You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895070201 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. vol. xxiii. 5 Semi Weekly Interior Journal J2B STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. JULY 2. 1895. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. LANCASTER,, CARRARD A COUNTY. HUSTONVILLE. NO. 36 "Bad" Tom Smith. Uelow is the confession ol "Bml" Tom Smith, who was hung nt Jnckson Friday. Thu drop (ell nt r. M. anil lie died in 10 minutes. ''Save mo God," woro his last words. "Ye: 1 killed Dr. Under. Wo had hecn drunk together for several days, And that night w tried to Rot Mrs. McQuinn to ro ufterZLouisH Southern, n She Rirl lie had been corniuK to sie. failed to And the irl und Itader cot nind at her nnd 8he told me to kill him or ho would kill me. Ijwnslltoo drunk to know better nnd I shot him twice. Now I'll tell you about thu other men I killed. Tho first ono was Joe I'urt. Ho cntno to my house above Hazard nnd I shot him with n needle gun, nnd Joo Adkins nnd I then hit out for Joo Kversole and Joo shot him and Kick Combs. I shot nt them aa they fell nnd then robbed body of $30. John McKnlght wns the next man I killed. I shot him Bob Brothers in tho tight at Hazard. was shooting nt him at the time nnd it Jack Combs may bo he killed him. Robert Cornett next. Ho and I killed when o came upwas cutting saw-loon him. I shot first. Wo killed him because he belonged to tho Kversoles. 1 was at Jesso Fields' nnd heard Full Adkins, Boone Frazler, Mrs. French, Joo Fields nnd Jesse Tharp mnko tho plot to kill Judge Josiah Combs, nnd afterward heard Adkins Bay he fired tho shot that killed him. French oll'ered me monoy, but 1 never hired to him. Yes; he gavo mo clothes." gs - Tho following Is n list of fairs in with dates of meeting this yenr. Lebanon, July III a days. Lawrencebnrg, July 'M -- I days. days. Springfield, Aup. Danville, Aug. -12 days. Sharpaburg, Aup, 0 I days. Nicholiuvllle, Aug. 0- -3 days. Campbellsville, Aug. 13- -1 days. Versailles, Aug. 11- -3 days. Columbia, Aug. 201 days. Shelby vllle, Aug. 20 i days. Winchester, Aug. 21- -4 days. Sheperdsville, Aug. 21- -3 days. Loudon, Aug. 213 dayo. Maysville, Aug. 22- -3 days. Lexington, Aug. 27- -6 days. Bardstown, Aug. 27- -5 days. Barbourvllle, Aug. 274 das. Franklin, Arg.2S -- 4 dae. LaUrange, Aug. 2S- -2 days. Williamsburg, Sept. 3- -4 days. Paris. Sept. 4 -- 3 days. Bowling Green, Sept. -4 days. Louisville Trots, Sept. 0- -0 days. Kliztbothtown, Sept. 10- -4 days. Horse Cave, Sept. 17- -4 days. Ken-tuck- y, 13 1- 4- raducah,Sept.2l-5day- s. days. Owensboro, Oct. Greenville, Oct. 0- -4 days. How Thbv Began Lint. Sarah Bernhardt was a dressmaker's apprentice, Adelaide Keilson began lifo as a child's nurse; Miss Braddon, the novelet, was nu actress in the provinces; Christine XiUson was n poor Swedish peasant nnd ran barefooted in childhood; Minnie Hauk'a father was n German shoemaker in most straightened circumstances; Melba, tho greatest prima donna of tho presunt day, is tall and handsome. Her boy is 11 yeara old; she lias been singing only six years. Her maiden name was Mitchell, her father being a Scotchman, her mother of Span-isdescont. From tho latter she inherited her musical gift, and nan girl she was ono of the best pianists In Melbourne, her nntlvo city. She was married nt 17. Her husband, Mr. Armstrong, is a hand some nthlete, nnd lives in England. while Melba's homo - is in Paris. h 15 iltnees for tho position to which both he and Mr. Olny nspired that gnve tho victory to tho magnetic man of Mercer. Kut for tho currency issue, which had no proper placo in tho contest, it would hnvo been "Hardin first ami the rest With that question relegated to rear, tho people of Kentucky will tho have no dilllculty in judging whether they will have Hardin or Bradley a democrat or a republican to bo governor of tho Oommonwenlth. Louisville Times, Centrnl Holiness unrip Meeting, Ky., meets July 20th to Auguet faro for d 1S05. One nud 0th, y tho round trip via Queen & Crescent nil points beday of meeting from The Queen A Crescent Routo will sell tween Cincinnati and Chattanooga inAsk agents for particulars. tickets from nil stations in Kentucky to clusive. W. C. Rinearaon, G. P. A., Cincinnati, Cincinnati nnd return nt ono and fare daily July 20th, to morning O- trains to August Gth, account Oakley "The iMiEi'RKssiiiLK oaxuv." Sen Races. Ask Queen & Crescent agents 10 centa in stamps for a handsome copy for particulars. irof tho volumo "Snap ShotB," by tho Bucklln's Arnica Sulvo. repressible Saxby. to W. 0. Kinearson, The best Halve in the for cut j, Queen and Crescent sores, ulcers, salt rheum, world tores, tetter,bru'iei fever gen'l pas'r agent, chaphands, rhilbUini, corns and all t kin eruptions. Route, Cincinnati, 0. Send at once. ped It politicly cures piles, or no pay reputred. It is guaranteed to give pertect satisfaction or money Only n limited edition. refunded. Price as cents per box. For sale bv A. R. Penny. Stanford. Ky average eye not;more than - - i To the extraordiGen. Hardin's middle name is Watt stars are.viaibit; to aoaie nary keen eyes about 8,000 are visible. That unmistakably indicates that he Watt.-- St. Paul Globe.Through the largest telescopes about knows what's are seen, nnd there is evTho term "bachelor girl" having CO.OOO.OOOlstara into use, we hope to see ery reason to believe that millions more come largely "widow-manmore of the ." exist. T sonality his greater potentiality upon tho stump and his not lets thnu njual It was Hardin's more engaging per- Wil-mor- e, ono-thlr- ov-er- We nro all happy to soe thnt you r entertaining and Accomplished corres pondent from Kidd'ri store, aftef n long silence, has once more imtde his appearance in tho Intehioii Joimimal. His nro always read eagerly by his many friends in this section. McBpAth and Prawitt have returned from Louisville looking rh if they had been through ono of Bonaparte's campaigns in Uuffiia, but Boyle nnd Georp.0 have not turned up yet. We am uneasy about them; fear that they took theirs straight without any dilution. Hope our fears nro groundless. Cnpt. J. A. Goodall returned from Atlanta Fridav. Mart Cowden camo in on the hack Thursday evening after an absence of about nine months. Last Oc tsber ho wont to San Antonio, for tho benefit of his health. Though ho etil looks feeble, he has improved in appearance. He gained It pounds during the winter months, but his weight declined when hot weather came on. Prior Young after an nbsenco of Boino weeks, returned Friday from the Commercial College in Louisville. G. A. Prewitt returned with him from the democratic convention. Hearing fascinating music in tho parlor of Preecott's hotel last night, we went across the street to see about it, and found that it was executed by Mrs. DoUio Coots, who had cotno back to see tho "old folks at homo" nnd many other friends. When she left here the 12th of last December to visit a married siHter in Owensboro she was Miss Dollie Whipp. Being of n romantic disposition, like many other young Indira of her age, alio became dissatisfied and wanted a change and so she changed both titlo and name nnd it is also reported that thereby she made a young farmer ny the name of Wilson Coots very happy. Sho left her "feller" in a heat field, but ho will be on in threo weeks to take her back. Tho Casey County Medical Association met in the county court room hero at 10 a. m. Thursday with Dr. J. T. Wesley in the chair. Dr. Patrick Humphrey who wns to hnve road a paper, boing absent, tho proceedings wero opoucd by a paper from Dr. I. S. Wesley on tho Pa. Urology of Gaatro Intestinal Catarrh, loll lowed by a diocuaaion of the same by the Association. In the afternoon Dr. Bertie Carpenter, of Hustonvillc, read a paper on tho Diagnosis of Malignant and Beningn Tumors, which wan discussed by Dra. Isaiah Wesley, J. T. Wesley, J. T. Hughes, H. Brown, Barker, 0 H. Mcltoberts and tho chairman, J. T. Wesley. Dr. J. T. Hughes then introduced a case for examination nud treatment of John E. Baldock, and Dr. McRoberts also introduced an aged colored female for examination. Dr. Brown by requeet reported a recent case for discussion. The program for tho next meeting nt this placo the 4th Thursday in August is ns follows: 1. Tho Doctor ot the Present, Past and Future, paper, Dr. H. Brow n 2. Cholera Infantum, paper, Dr. Herrin 3. Paper of his own selection, Dr. Bertie Carpenter. Ellas Kldd and R. L. Murphy arrested Chas. Helm last Tuesday and Joe Sams Wednesday morning. They were delivered into tho humia of Sheriff' Clay Adams and his deputy, Juuu Brown, who took them to Uolumbiu and surrendered them to the sheriti' of Adair county They were both charged with aiding nnd abetting the killing of Dan Kidd nt Pel. lyton laat week. Tho two Crockets nro either in concealment or have loft. It turns out that tho report of their going to Columbia and giving themselves up was only put out ns a blind. From tho best information we can get, tho killing of Kidd was a plain murder or a bad case of manslaughter. Dan Kidd was n small man of light musclo nnd was without defensive weapons, having a small penknife only about him, which wns found closed in his pocket after his death. It is Bnid that ho laid aside his pistol some time back for fear ho might got into trouble or do some wrong with it while under tho inlluenco of liquor. Ho wns kind hearted nnd had many friends, and though somewhat annoying in his talk to irascible people when drinking yet ho was not considered dangerous or malignant. It is tho opinion of all acquainted with tho facts in tho csbo that there was no excuso of self defense for him to bo so cruelly shot to death In his helpless and unfortunate condition. let-ter- n one-thi- rd 5,-0- 00 - fine rain mado glad tho thirsty The corn crop is unusually good and soil on Sunday night. the yield will be very large. The Catholics held services here Judge Henry Camnitz's little Sunday morning at tho courthouse. daughter Is quite ill with tyDied in Upper Garrard an infant phoid fever. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Noah Several of the "joung set" attended the opening hop of Liunietta Springs A. W. Knvaunugh, of the Paint last Friday night. Lick neighborhood, shipped a Mr. Uriah Dunn's residence caught d of boas to tho city market last week. fire Saturday, but very little damage was Mr. Logan Wood, of Lincoln, bought done before it was extinguished. of M. F. Rout, of Lower Garrard, his Wheat crops in this section are as good us could be expected. The rust and entire flock of sheep at x2.oQ per head. Why can't Lancaster organize a de- fly have donesorious damage everywhere. bating society like Paint Lick? We The tobacco crop is very backward think it wouid bo of mutual benefit to for this time of year, although it is said by tobacco raisers that the crop will be the young Tho wheat harvest is about over and fair. Doc Drye's Btring of fine saddlers is later reports nre that tho crop near Lancaster is much better thun was at first in the pink of condition and will give anticipated. some of them trouble at the Kentucky If reports be true Laucaster will in fairs this season. tho near future lose ono of her faireBt The young people of the town daughters. In our loss wo think "stormed" Mies Catharine Baugbman will gain. last Tuesday night at her beautiful coun-- Rev. F. M. Hill, of this place, left try homo nnd those who were in attendlast Thursday for Chattanooga, Tenn , to ance report an enjoyable time. While bandaging Mr. Calvin Carpenattend tho Epworth League Conference. He goes as a delegate from both the Lan- ter's fine saddle rnarn, Mr. Will King was kicked on the leg by the animal, but caster nud Bryantsvillo Leagues. There will bo n public Bale Saturday not severely injured. Mr. King is handafternoon at 2 o'clock r. i. of all the fur. ling Mr. Carpenter's string of saddlers nituro belonging to Garrard College, con- aud will do the Kentucky fairs this sisting of about 25 sets of be room furThe Masons are preparing to give a niture, carpets, dining room and kitchen grand picnic Thursday aud have their furniture. An attempt was made by two ne- plans complete. They will march from groes to rob a wagoner down on Dix their hall to the picnic groundp, where a river n few days ego; full particulars were basket dinner will be spread and enjoynot learned, but it seems a band of ed by all who attend. Speeches will be thieves nro getting in their work right made by Hons. J. Proctor Knott, J. X. successfully in this section. Saunders, Mr. Henrv G. Sandifer and Tho board of graded school commis- Prof. J. M. Worrall. A game of base sioners have decided and given to Prof. ball will be played by pick nines in the B. S. Gowen, of Tennessee, the afternoon. The Stanford Gold Band will of tho bchool. We understand furnish the music (or the occasion. Mr. Geo. D. Weatherford, of SomerProf. Gowen is a gentleman of scholarly set, is visiting the homefolke this week. attainments and a very fine teacher. A Bible class for teachers was organMr. and Mrs. J. B. Adams, of Newport, ized Sunday afternoon by Dr. J. Lapaley nro visiting relatives here. Mrs. J. G. McKco at tho Presbyterian church. As Weatherford and children, of Milldale, are Dr. McKee understands this organiza with her parents, Mr. nud Mrs. Iluf.li tion thoroughly and if thu teachers will Logau. Mies Minnie Dinwiddle, who only attend it is known they will re- has been in Louisville for the last two ceive some valuable instruction. months, returned Saturday. Mita Ella There was a picnic in .Mr. Tom Her- Jones, of Lexington, is visiting Miss ring's woods, n few miles from Lancas- Lona Goode. Miss Martha Paxton Rout, ter Saturday under the auspicep of the of Stanford, is the guest of Misses Mary Baptists. Tho dinner, which was good Bud Frauces Adams. Mr. Roy Rose is aud in abundance, wns an important fea- at Ruesell Springs for a month or two. ture of the day. A number of young Mr. Jhaa. Adams will leave for Ruesell people from Lancaster were in attend- Springs in search of health. ance. J. M. A. Mrs James Layton, of Cincinnati, is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Gulley, THE SICKROOM NUrtSS. Mrs. Goodloo Lackey and children, of , rownnd Kansas City, nro visitors of Mr. D. M. Her Iutlt-- Her Authority Good. Dor er For Evil or Lnckey and family. Mrs. Mattie Busby, has greater power for evil No of Cynthiana, is with her sister, Mrs. Dr-- or for iersou than has tho nnrso in tho good N. Bush. Sidney Adams, of sickroom. Her actual nuthority is secwas in our city Saturday and ond to that of tho physician, but her opSunday. Miss Katie Turpin, of Rich- portunities for exercising it nro nlniost mond, is with Miss Moody Poulter as her unlimited. If a physician in a country guest. Mrs. J. O. Sisk, of Charlestown, town wishes to tecuro a trained nurso, telegraph or write to the 111., is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ho should nurses' directory, to soino hospital or Robert Boyle. Master Robert Crow, of physician whom ho knows, in tho nearLouisville, is visiting his est adjacent city, stating for what sort Mr. and Mrs. Breathitt Brown. Miss of n caso ho will requiro a nurso, what Mary Crutchor, of Richmond, is the ho will pay and when ho will requiro guest of Miss Amanda Anderson. Mies her. Such a messago should sccuro for o Payne, of Lexington, and JMiss Mellie him almost immediately whatever ho requires. Hopper, of Hustonville, nro visitors at The traits of character which make Mrs. Annie Hopper's. vMr. Humphrey tho ideal nurso nro patience, obedicuco, Hudson nnd daughter, of Danville, are imd temper. Tho tact aud good guests of Mr. Morgan Hudson nnd wife. uurso's costume should consist of a o Misses Holla, Allie and Mary Arnold are or 8cer..ucker gown, with whito visiting their aunt, Mrs. James; Fish, at cap, cuffs and npron. Woolen gowns Crab Orchard. Miss Angie Ballou, of should never bo permitted inn sickroom. Stanford, is the guest of her brother, H. Her authority is absoluto after tho phyM. Ballon. Mies Sue Ogilvie left last sician's. Sho must obey his instructions to thu letter, oven if they aro against week to visit relatives in Columbia, Tenn, her judgment. Sho has no discretion in Mies Carrio Curry has returned from a tho matter. short visit to friends in Harrodsburg. But tho patient and tho patient s famMessrs. Earnest and Archie Cook, of ily must obey hor. Sho must Mover bo Danville, are guests at Mrs. G. S. Gaines. allowed to disobey tho physician's orMisa Lizzie Jennings, of Paint Lick, is ders, and tho first symptom of any such the guest of her aunt, Mrs. W. J. Re- behavior should bo roported immediately to tho physician. All his instructions mans. Mrs. J. 0. Frank, of Flemings-burwith reference to treatment, diet and is expected this week to visit Lancaro should bo followed faithfully. Tho caster friends. Miss Alico Hudson has fact that her patient is a man should returned from a visit to her aunt, Mrs make no differenco in her behavior in Geiger, at Ashland. Mrs. Chenault, of tho sickroom. Ho is a patient, not a Richmond, is tho guest of Mrs. Elmore. man, and eho a nurso, uot a woman. Miss Mary Elkin, of Stanford, is visiting Wheuover a nnrso disoboys a physiciau's her cousins, Misses Sallie and Mattie Mr. and Mrs. Sam Harlan, of Boyle, orders or bohaves iu any manner which renders hor dismissal advisnblo, tho have bton in our citv for several days. family or tho patient should request the How Junes l'roiiiMcd. doctor to discharge her nt onco and to Jones Misa Arabella, do you like supply her substitute A word from him cabbage? is sufficient to insuro her departure. Arabolla What a Btraugo question, Ladies' Homo Journal. . Mr. Joucsl I'rlrnte Electric Motors. "I know it is a btraugo question, but A well known olectrical nuthority has plcoio answer it." "Yos, Mr. Jones, I am very fond of pointed out that it is now as easy and cheap to havo an electric elovator in a cabbage." privato houso as in a largo offico build"Ah, I am glad to hoar that!" ing. Stairs aro literally a barbarism, to "Why?" "Your liking cabbage goes to show which women frequently owo ill health, that wo wero born for each other. I doto nud to which nmnydolicato persons may on corned beef. Why thould not wo nttributo tho deprivation of tho full enjoyment of their homes. Tho coat of unite our fortunes?" operating an olectrio elevator in, say, a "Oh, Mr. Jones I" flvo story houso, making 50 or 00 trips They will bo married uoxt week. every day, will uot exceed $3 or $ 4 per Boston Travoller. month. Tho dovices for operating theso In 450 there wero a drought and fam-In- o elevators havo been so improved thnt an nil over south Europe. In Italy par- invalid or a child can manngo them. ents ato their children. It was computed Tho old lover arrangement can bo disthat 000,000 pcoplo perished. pensed with, and tho elovator ascends or pressure of a button. It Leoch lako, in Minnesota, takes its descends oil the nt each floor and will translation of tho Indian will stop only aamo from a elevator door is jnhsuhgupgwah chomakang, "tho place start only when tho closed. New York Times. 3f leeches." Hen-drickso- n. car-loaNich-olnsvilie Money, Money, Money I I am representing the North-westerMutual Life Insurance Co. in the loan department and am ready to make loans in this and adjourning counties. Interest 6 per cent. Term 2 to 5 years. For full information and application, apply to n TO EC. LCD-A-ZCsT- JOHiET 3SIR31T, Insurance Agent, WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY AT WITHERS & HOCKER'S. Our line of Chairs, Picturs, Easels, Folding Beds, Suites, Couches Window Shades, Carpets and Wall Paper is up to date. Be sure to see our line and you will be convinced that we carry THE line. WITHERS & H0CKER, Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, -- Stanford, Ky. sea-so- u. One Gallon of-- 1 66 MASTIC" MIXED PAINT Will Cover 300 Square Feet of Surface two coats and coats you ONLY: $1.40 '.PER: GALLON. princi-pnlsh- ip Very Fine and Durable. Any Shade you like. .It is. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. W. B SScR0BERTS, .Dealer in BmiTOS, FAINTS, I(Xg9 sur- to-d- ay FjffiUSOMIFTIOJKfSo Prompt attention given to Prescriptions. Trade Solicited from rounding country. Wall Paper Very Cheap. Hus-tonvlll- e, grand-parent- ANCHOR : STQYES, Anchor Steel Ranges, - And - The fcerv-ic- BEST IN THE COUNTRV, You are invifed to call and see them. cam-bri- FARRIS & HAKDIN THK nLUE-GKAS- S HKRD OF Duroc Jersey Red Swine R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. Sto:k. Dreedcrt secured from trip beat herds la several different States. Figs ior tale froai the best types of Kegiitere Correspondence Solicited g, JAMEB FRY ILa IIUSTONYIIXE, KY, I have an immense stock of goods now arriving which will revolutionize the retail trade. The prices mentioned below will seem impossible to a great many people but I will pay any one's toll coming to my store and not finding them as I represent them. All of these goods will arrive in the next few days. cape Mcintosh S3. 75 worth 5.50. Mens sandals worth 75c for 45c, Ladies' sandals worth 50c for 35c. Boy's knee pant suits for 65c, Si. 10, 1.40, 2.00, 2.50 and 3.50, worth almost double. Mens' and Youth's suits, coat, pants and vest, $2. 50 to $7.50, worth 5 to S15. Mens' fine suits, imported goods, elegantly trimmed and tailor made for $12.50 to Si 5, former price 18 to 25 dollars. These goods are equal to suits that tailors charge double the money for. Woolen dress goods in great variety of style and quality and I know that I own them way down below their actual value and will sell them lower than the lowest. Don't buy your dress or silk shirt waist until you see how cheap I will sell them to you. Wash Fabricks I have in all the latest novelties, both in style and color. I have a line of check, striped and figured white goods carried over from last year for half price. Carpets and Mattings. My prices on these will surprise ypu. They are all new, not a single piece of carried over stock. A Great Bargain. A black stiff hat, the very latestshaye, for Si. 15 "The sequel Buy and sell for Cash." worth S3- TAMES FRYE, Hustonville, Ky. El-Ki- n. A good black slicker $1. 25, very fine rubber coat $1. 50 worth OLOTEEI1TG I S3-Blac- k DR;BSS OOOZDS I I ' )- ' - Jo When Gen. Hardin was asked if he 'FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. felt like a winner, be replied: "Win? The blackberry crop is said to Do a Why, certainly. The democrats are go- complete failure. ing to bo united, and thero is no power July 2, 1985 Tom Yoager will likely bavo Harry Stanford, Kt., on earth to prevent tho entire ticket go B., Tip Biuce's good gray pacer, in his ing through." striug this year. We regret exceedingly that our former W. P. WALTON. Tho dato of tho Springfield fair has countyman, C. W. Mbtcalf. was defeated been changed from July 17, 18, and 10 Of Summer Goods at the- for secretary of State. He took it like a NEWSY NOTES. man though and his friends will see that to Aug. 1, 2 and 3. Mr. J. N. Menefee tells us that somo he is more successful, should ho again Snow foil for an hour at Cumberland, of his wheat will not make more than offer for ofllco. Wis , Friday. Wo are indeed glad that our friend five bushels to tho acre. Six men were killed by a premature Georgo Starr thinks he will steady Mr. Ion B. Nail got in all right. He is a blast in a Mexican mine. Is in full blast now. Hundreds of bargain seekers have visited our clever gentleman, knows almost as much Flying Jib down this season and that Frank Smitb, of Bellefontaine, 0, will be a great race boreo. about farming as ho does nbout the newsstora the past week and went away heavy ladnn with the wonderful attempted auicido by eating glass. Roy Beazley is making a good paper business and will make a capital And it looks as though every customer that visitRobert Brown fell from Mr. F. Reid's Doreoy Gold-du- bargains obtained. commissioner of agriculture. a tree in Louisville and broko bis neck. Don't delay purchasing when you can and he will be at the fairs this ed this sale sent their friends. Out of compliment to Gen. Hardin, he, A farmer residing near Evansville, get the newest, handsomest and most stylish goods. All this seasons with Mr. James P. Helm, was allowed to year. Ind., was buncoed out of $2,500 by sharpF.J. BiBbop sold to Johnson, of fashions name the two members of tho democraters. Boyle, 10 hogs at 4c and bought of vaic State central committee from the Frof. Henry Iluxley, the famous rious parties, a bunch of Hon. Charles It Long and English scientist, died in London SaturGen. John B. Castleroan were selected. cattle at 2Jc. day. John Dickerson'8 string is doing fair A new featuro in Kentucky politics The banks now bold $34,225,925 jn this year will be a democratic cam- ly well. Ora Wilkes has made a mile in excess of the requirements of the 25 per paign committee, in command of the 2:11, MutaWilkesln2.il, Llssa Wilkes cent. rule. fight against the republican foe. Maj in 2:111, ud Mary Best in 2:121 -S- tock Edward Llttlejohn, of AVellston, 0. L. O. Norman and Mr. John M. Ather Farm. Dry Goods Wc are giving special prices on fine Lawns and dotbad a band bitten off while working Warren Russell, of Danvlllo, won ton have been suggested as good men with an angry mule. to placo in cbargo of this important two races at Bloomlngton, III., last week. ted Swisses, Dimities, Percales and Challics. The republicans of tbe 13th SenaCling, by O. F. Clay captured a trotting work. Shoes We always lead in Shoes and Slippers. Ladies' slippers torial district have nominated Dr. (J. J. race worth $500 in 2:2SJ, and Connor won from 50c up. Children's slippers from 25c up. Men's Shoes from A Successful Meeting. Walton for that office. his first pacing race, in 2:23. & Steel Co., of BirmParsonage and Home Tho Woman's The Sloss Iron Jack Ohinn's great colt, Llssah, won 75c up. Mission Society of the Danville district the Liberty Stakes, worth $4,000 to the ingham, baa increased the wages of its A negro woman has just died at has just closed an interesting and suc- winner, at Oakley, Simon W. second. 3,000 miners 15 per cent. f Centerville, Tenn., who is shown from cessful Six firemen were killed and two seannual meeting at the Methodist Flying Dutchman third. The distance mv .rn.m- - ms k 11 ms Mi mv m riously injured during a Are that caused reliable records to have reached the age church of this place. This Bociety was was a mile and a quarter. Tho time, of 110 years. instituted for the purpose of aiding and 2:0S. $100,000 loss at Minneapolis. Miss Minnio Wilkinson committed We arc in the lead in men's aud boys' fine Clothing. encouraging the buildinp of homes for colored, was bung Thomas Bowen, President H. O. McDowell, of the suicide by shooting herself in one of the ministers both in tbo pastoral charges at Trotting Hoys' Knee Pants Suits 75c, worth 51.25. by a mob at Frankfort, Mbbs., for criminHorse Breeders' Association, church parlors of the Second Presbyter- borne and in mission fields, and to aid in has our thanks for an invitation to the ally assaulting a blind woman. ' Si, 1.50. ian church at Richmond, Va. general home mission work. In tho DanAn Ohio man, reported to be worth meeting at Lexington be" long " " 1.50 " Handspring, tbo 2.50. ville district there are 10 auxiliaries, most ginning $100,000 and a partner, who is also and continuing threo won tbe great Trial Stakes at Sheeps-hea- of " " 4.00'. 2.50 which wero represented in tho meet- days. wealthy, were arrested for counterfeitBay in 1.10 Applegate finish- ing just closed. Mrs. L. M. Gray, of Men's Suits at ing. Reports say Washington county 5.00. 3.00 r ed second and Formal was third. Danville, Mrs. Bryant and Mrs. T. J. will not raise The Thatcher reservoir, about 50 its usual crop " Cheviot Suits, 4.00 6.50. An Illinois woman coyered 100 miles Metcalf, of Wilmore, Mies Sudlo Over of tobacco. miles from La Junta, Col., broke, floodSections that previously " Worsted Suits 5.00 " on a wheel Suuday in seven hours and street, of Roberts' Chapel, Mrs. O. S. 7.50. raised hundreds of acres haye uonu this ing a large area and causing great dam- 3S minutes. The same run was made by Powell and Mies Annie Belle Harbor, of season. Cut worms destroyed all the age. a man in six hours and 31 minutes. Bargains in Carpets and Matting. Richmond, Mre. S. H. Sawyer, of the plants. At Cumberland, O., a littlo son of Three prisoners broke jail at OklaMrs. J. P. Davis, Mies Marv Kay The biggest winners at tho Latonia Charles Bell, a prominent farmer, had homa City and in the fight that followed and Mr. Eph Pennington, of this place, meeting were: Fleischmann fc Son, both legs cut off by running in front of a one prisoner and an o dicer were killed. were the delegates and visitors. Byron McClelland, J5.S22; Gai grain reaper. The other fugitives will be lynched if M!bs .Mary Kay, district secretary, pro Straus, $4,740; Talbot Bros., $4,G0S; FishJohn Chambers toro up $3,000 in caught. sided over tbe meetings and Miss Annio er Tarr. $4,430; Woodford A Buckner, bills in Chicago and then drowned him- Jesse Howard, while fishing in the Belle Harber was elected secretary. The $4,300; J. E. Pepper, $4.3.50. self in Lako Michigan. He is thought to Kentucky river near Richmond, found A. URBANSKY & CO.. Proprietois. exercises wero opened on irtuay evenhave been crazy. A Pennsylvania farmer made a test the dead body of a white woman in tbo ing by a devotional service conducted by with 50 hens and one cow and gave the The commissioners appointed to T. D. RANEY, Manager. body indicate mur- president, and on Saturday morning the river. Marks on result as followe: Valuo of milk sold the voting precincts have added der. The woman tbe unidentified. ia Branch Stores. address of welcome was delivered by from one cow, $114.10; incomo from 50 15 to tbe city of Louisville and two in Charles West died at Brazil, Ind., Mrs. W. E. Arnold and the response by county. hens, mostly for eggs sold, $150 81. The Paris, Carlisle, Jefferson Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, CynthianaJ1 from the effects of a blow on the head, Mrs. C, S. Powell, of Richmond. Excel- cost of keeping the cow was given at $52. A. J. Alexander, of Spring Station, inflicted by his father while tbe two lent papers from Mrs. Buflington, of CovVirsaillcs, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. while tbe maintenance of tbe hen? cost Woodford county, purchased property at were engaged in a quarrel. Lafayette ington, and Mrs. Aahbrook, of $50 and less attention than the cow. Clark and Randolph streets, in Chicago, West, tbe father, has gone insane. were read, setting forth various Nnver before in the history of trotfor which he paid $505,000. Joseph Paxton and Wm. H. phases of tbe work of the Bociety. Mre. ting have the horses been known to co of Mnncie, Ind. Mre. Mary Smitb, life convicts in tbe Prison South at .OUR. S. P. Stagg also furnished a splendid pa so fast in Juno. Such performances as aged 65 years, committed suicide by Jefiersonville, died within a few min- per on hanging herself with a driving rein to a "Uur Uounlry lor unnst, anu the race at Sidney, where fix beats were utes of each other Saturday. They were Mrs. W. E. Arnold favored the audience paced better than 2:12, and at Dubuque, beam in the barn on her farm. on adjoining cots. on Saturday night with a paper on "Her where Chamois paced in 2:12J, and Maud Fire at San Francisco destroyed an Two deaths Sunday will be used as O. trotted a heat in 2:10, are generally oines of Early Methodism. " entire block, rendering 100 poor families texts against Sunday base ball. A pitchThe presence and work of Mrs. S. H. reserved for much later in the season. entailiDg a property loes homeless and er, Harvey George, fell dead during a Sawyer, the conference organizer, debetween $1,000,000 and $1,500,000. game at Decatur, Ind , and at Newport, serves special mention. Her paper SatOF A LOCAL NATURE. Denver police had to guard the Maurice Davis was struck by a ball and urday night on "Woman As a homes of eight alderman to save them Len T. Wilson, a Richmond saloon-isinstantly killed. was pronounced one of the ablest from the wrath of constituents who behas assigned. Thirty tramps camped near Straw Hats, Luster, Serge and Flannel Coats and Vests. Clay scriptural arguments for woman's place lieved tbe honorable gentlemen "bood-lers- ." Joseph Reed, an accentric old bachone night last week, and tbe and work in the church ever beard in Worsted Suits in grays, browns and blacks, simply unsurpassed in elor, was found dead in his stable near Democrat accuses them of stealing 50 Stanford; wbile tbe one Sunday night on Blanche Newberger, 15 years old, Cynthiana. Tho cause of bis death is a cut, finish, trimmings and fit. Wash goods for ladies in Lawns, Orhome-mad- e pounds of soap. This is tbe "Tbe General Need of Home Mission committed suicide at Denver, Col., by mystery. gandies, Jaconet Duchess, Crcpons, Sattcens, Ginghams, India Lin first time such an accusation was ever Work" exhibited a depth and rango of taking carbolic acid because she bad Middlesboro will inaugurate tbe brought against a gang of wandering thought P. Ks. Dotted Swisses in whites and colors in been scolded for quarreling with her that were truly surprising to coming boom on tbo Fourth of July. It ens, Paris Muslins. Willies. many in the large congregation. Mrs. is a sure thing this time; no OOdays about fact everything for Summer yonnger sister. Tbe condition of the United States Sawyer was a Miss Hardin, of London, Neighbors who opposed their cothie;- -i. e. the Fourth of July. News. treasury at the close of tbe fiscal year is this State, a member of one of our ll ibitation wrecked with dynamite a most John T. Reed, a young man at house occupied by Dyes Matheny and a encouraging, when compared with the noted families, is a cousin of our townsattempted suicide by taking figures of a year ago. The receipts lackman, Mr. Mark Hardin, and a relative of corrosive sublimate. He has been a hard Mrs. Fence in Adams county, O. Both ed $43,250,000 of meeting tbe expend the next governor of Kentucky. She is drinker for years and has twice tried tho were terribly injured. itures, but this is a better showing uy doing an important work in the church wife of Warren Mrs. Springer, Keeley cure. Springer, a Chicago millionaire, has nearly $27,000,000 than was made last to which she has consecrated her life. Col A. W. Robinson, of Jessamine Wc will also'put in this sale our large stock of Ilamburgs and Labeen indicted again for attempting to year. What is better, a large part of She is especially interested now in county, aunounces that he will proseces. Our Shoe stock for the Fall trade was bought at the old prices bribe a juror in a damage suit iu which this difference, or about $11,275,000, is establishing industrial training schools cute his new for made by a decrease in expenditures as a in the mountains of Eastern Kentncky. her husband is interested. running oil with his daughter, who is and wc propose to give our customers all the advantage. There will Fred Vanorden,of Delpbos, O., shot result of democratic economy. Ttie Woman's Parsonage and Home Mis- the same age. be a fjreat difference in prices now and this Fall and those who can a lightning rod man in tho abdomen bo" sion Society is building a school of this The annual encamnment of tlm should availthcmselvcs of the advantage. THE TICKET. cause be charged him $500 for putting kind in her native town of London, Kentucky Knights of Pythias will be For Governor, lightning rods on his barn instead of $5, 0 where they will immediately invest held at Camp Uoyman, Park's Hill, July P. WAT HARDIN, of Mercer. as Vanorden understood. in tho work. 814. TheL. AN. will Hell tickets at For A young man living at Racine, Wis., The music furnished by tbe choir of one fare for round trip. R. T. TVLEK, of Fulton. on the advice of a sympathizer, drank a tho Methodist church was pronounced It was voted unanimously by the For Treasurer, n washbasinful of soapsuds and a half one of the features of this interesting Young People's Society at tbo Baptist K. C. FOR D.ol Clay. of kerosene to cure stomach trouble. occasion, while'the devotional meetings church Sunday afternoon that the memFor Auditor, Tae prescription cured him. were intensely spiritual and greatly en- bers begin missionary work by bringing L. C. NORMAN, of Boone, joyed. The annual sermon was preached their pruntB and otherB to Friday night A wife murderer, Michael McDo For Register of the Land Office, nougb, was hanged in such a bungling Sunday morning by lUv. W. E. Arnold prayer meetincs and to Sunday-schooG. B. SWANGO, of Wolfe. manner at Columbus, O.. that tbe rope and the meeting was fittingly closed SunFor Attorney General, On Tuesday, July 30th, tho Chesacut into his neck, severing tbe jugular day night by tho administration of the W.J. IIENDIUCK, of Fleming. peake and Ohio will run a special train vein, and tbe man bled to death. Lord's Supper. For Secretary of Slate, of Pullman palace sleeping cars und day Harry Hay ward, under sentence of HENKY S. HALE, ot Graves. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. death for the murder of Catherine Ging, coaches from Lexington to Old Point ForSupt ol Public Instruction, has, with characteristic assurance, made Mr. W. B. Walton, of the Hanover Comfort, leaving at 4:30 v. 11. and arrivED POUTER THOMPSON, or Owen. application for $10,000 insurance on her All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairing, Herald, at Ashland, Va., and Miss An- ing at Old Point early next afternoon, in For CommiMioner of Agriculture, l.fe, which had beon assigned to him. nie Johnson, a pretty and accomplished timo for a refreshing plunge in tho surf done in first class style. ION H.N ALL, of LouUville. Tho master in the case of tho Knox-villyoung lady of Beaver Dam, Va., were before supper. Round trip tickets will For Railroad Commissioner, Cumberland Gap and Louisville marriod in tbo parlors of tbe Metropoli- besoldat $13, good to return until AuGEO. II. ALEXANDER, of Louisville. railroad against tho city of Knoxville, to gust 17th. Stop overs will be grnnted tan Hotel at Washington on the Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic For Representative, compel the city to issue $225,000 bonds Special Tho groom is a nephew of the editor of at any station on return trip. M. F. NORTH. voted tbe road will fllo his report in fabe made at tho Hygeia Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work. this paper and will be remembered by Convention Echoes. Hotel and also to New York, Washingvor of tho railroad. the friends he made here during his conKIRLEY. BIPERIEECBD FEIETEB. Hurrah for Bob Ford! He got 459 J on nection with this paper. In the language ton, Virginia Beach and at the surround- MR. Frank Melbourne, "the rain maker," who made a fortune at the expense of the second ballot and was declared the of Rip Van Winkle, "May he live long ing resorts. A trip to Old Point Com- Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trial. credulous people in the West, now con- unanimous nominee for treasurer. iun auurus a greater variety 01 recreaunt bin happy." Hon. James B. McCreary predicts a tion and enjoyment than any other re fesses that tho whole thing was a humTbe Cashier "I would like to get off sort known. Write a postal for deecrin- bug, and that he possessed no more majority of 20,000 for Hardin and tbe power to produce rain than any other democratic ticket. Ho will take active this afternoon to go to a funeral." tive circular nivine full information. The Boss "All right, Scripps. Let me Special rates from all part in tho campaign. man, towns. George E. Stone, of Casey, nominated know when you are ready to start and Chicago is going to show Its friendGkokok W. Barnky, liness to the Atlanta Exposition by Mr. R. O. Ford and Hon. O. H. Price, of I'll bo with you. Tho Grooms play the DiB't. Pubs. Agent, Lexington, Ky. sending a large delegation of business Bell, nominated Mr. O. W. Metcalf. Each Giants to.dav and I wouldn't miss the Mother You are at the foot of the game for worlds." Brooklyn Eagle. m in, together with tbe directory of tbo did so in a fitting speech. spelling class again, are you? O. W. Metcalf, who was defeated 1 ite Columbian Exposition undor tbe Mr. And now they say that girls who ride Boy Yes'm. escort of tbe First Regiment of tbe Illi- in the race for secretary of Stato, made tho wheel are heavy and awkward in Mother How did it happen? many friends during bis ntay here by his nois National Guard. dancing. It may become a question of Boy Got too, many z's in scissors. Tbo price of all grades of Southern charming personality. Courier Journal. sacrillca the wheel or the waltz. Wiiat Judge W. E. Varnon, of this place, pig iron waB advanced $1 per ton Fria dilemma day. This makes tbe fourth advance was mado member of the State executive Low Ratbs to Cincinnati. Monday, Fweddia Was your uncle's mind July 15th, under the ouspices of within GO days, and represents a total committee for this, tbe eighth district, tne Call and See Them. riso in price of of $2.75 per tou, placing and Samuel Brown, of Shelby ville, was clear to the end? Aid Society. Low rate excursion Cholly Don't know. number one foundery pig at $0 75, the selected as membsr of the State central Haven't seen tickets via Queen & Crescent. Ask your committee. his will yet. highest quotation in two years, agent for particulars. oemi-Weekly Interior Journal Ten-year-o- ld to-d- ay W. J. Adkins, a Fulaski county terror, was fired upon from ambush and killed. The first train will bo run ovor tho new Louisville and JefTersonville bridge July 4th. Lightning struck a church in Cordova, Md., giving the congregation a severe shock. SenaThe wayward son of tor Troy Cave, of Indiana, was arrested for cattle stealing. Harry Mason, of Pittsburgh, purposely upset a Bkiff and drowned his wife and Isaac Adrian. Henry Thomas, a old colored boy, of Harris county, Ga., has just committed bis second murder. Claiborne Wilson was killed at Tine Bluff, Ark., by his son, who had been kicked by his father. J. B. Simrall won on the poll to test tbe strength of Lexington's three candidates for mayor. Populist leaders say their party will put out a full ticket at tho State conven tion to be held in Louisville Thura lay. AtBluefield, W. Va., one Taylor killed a woman named Faulkner for having testified against him in a larceny case, The value of tbe bullion traded at the Denver mint during the year ending was $5,014,642, a gain of over ox-St- ate 11-ye- ar 00. A BIG -- SALE STORE, LOUISVILLE : h st State-at-largo- . two-year-o- ld At Prices Untouched By Others. tfTT. flTPrTTRtTl ex. f 0i 4 Mid-Summ- odds-on-favorit- e, d 4-- one-fourt- h Wil-mor- e, $13,-11- 4; THE LOUISVILLE STORE Cyn-thia- na, Art-ma- n, 90 Degrees Sale. r" t, liar-rodsbur- g Hat-rodsbu- son-in-la- w $40,-00- Lieutenant-Governo- r, HUGHES & TATE. gal-Io- l. St. Asaph Carriage Co., STANFORD, KENTUCKY, MERSHON & GREER, Proprietors. e, Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing of all Kinds. E. E. EN low-ratesj- blue-gras- s SUMMER CLOTHING LIGHT AND DARK COLORS. Tid-Bit- s. 1 Flannel, Worsted, Luster. Ln-die- s' H. : J. : M'ROBERTS. HjmmWpqyCTmiOT I ...n,, ,inii.iini-liil- wn ..I ., i)i !?1QffV w).mr it -- mi-Wee- Interior Journal Jh,y cian. 2, 1895 A nooD CITY AND YIHINITY. SnccTACLKs ( opti- Uavk you seen Danka' imitation cut glass! q; fitted by Danka, tho d 3rANroitD, Kr., - . Beautiful- wedding presents, - Danks, What is it that makes second-han- E. C. Walton, Business Manager PERSONAL POINTS. engine for sale cheap. aeml-annu- al portablo B. K. Wearen. the jeweler. Both of the banks here declared their regular P. W. Ghken baa sold to G. W. Cain, dividends of three of Somerset, bis saloon at that place. per cent, yesterday. .. Moses F. Bkhiiy, of this county, baa been granted n pension. "" "' THE GLOBE CLOTHIERS The most popular place to buy Clothing, Hats and Furnishing Goods il Mns. Ophelia CtiiiD has boen quito la sick. Slits. A. G. tives In .Mercer. Eastland visiting rela- I biiALL attempt to collect every acthat Somerset will have no fair this year. This will count u my books after July 1st. bo unwelcome none to those of our peo till be added to all accouuts due ple who think there is no fair liko Som- Jun i, 1&U5. H. J. McRoberts. erset's. Tub Poppleweil Hotel at&omerset was Having, secured tbe services of Mr. sold by the muster commissioner to Mrs. McKobertfi. J. F. Barker for 1,500. bbe will relit Mn. J. A. Duudkkar has moved bis Lewis II. Bollebaum, an expert pharmacist, wb are prepared to fill prescriptions and refurnish tho hotel and run it in . family from Garrard to bis place near s day or night. Accuracy guaranteed. style. Duddcrar'a Mill. Craig & Hocker. Mn. and Mrs. Thomas Dalton and While cleaning tne window glass at to-da- y. MisaSuaio Klley spent n few days at News comes from Cincinnati that Mr. Craig A Uocker'B drug Btore yesterday Linnlettn Springs. George Goode is tbe proud father of n afternoon, Arch Jones slipped and fell Mn. T. C. Ball Is beautifying bis boy. Mr. Goode formerly lived at Hus- through one of tue lance plate glasses, on Lancaster street by giving tonville ana was correspondent for this shivering it to atoms. it a coat of paint. paper cjulto a while. Out of 23 applicants examined nt the Miia. Mary Bowman and bandsomo The colored boys have organized n recent colored teachers' examination, daughter, Mies Virginia, of Dauville, are base ball club known as tbe "Black In- eight received 1st class, two 2d class and visiting relatives here. Mrs. M. B. McAlistiii nnd Mrs. A. E. terior Journals." Tiiey went over to three 3d class certificates, while 10 failed Hundley, of Boyle, have been guests of Danville tho other day and beat tao team utterly. Richmond Register. of that place by t. score of 5 to 2. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. McAlister. Lancaster is getting so dull that peoMtesRs Bells Okay, of Somerset, and Anotiieii popular sermon of the Rov. ple will not even attend courts there. Pearl Hout, of Hustonville, aro visiting Peter Vluegar, the colored Lexington di- Tbe Record says that not over 200 peoMrs. Will Gordier at Rowland. vine, who will preach from the Bubject, ple wero there last court and those left Mr. S. G. Dxuurr, a good friend of "A Damned Hot Day" at tho big Logan-tow- n town as quickly as possible. this paper at Somerset, bad bis foot badmeeting, is "Politics Is Hell." ly maabed by a trunk falling on it. The band boys, assisted by the JuncMrs. Lizxie Hollinsworth, olTennes Snakes. John B. Smith, of the South tion City band, will give a concert in the see. and Mrs. Fannie Karris, of Arizona, Fork trestle pection, killed another ratDEATH'S DOINGS. yard Wednesday evening. tlesnake Friday, It was a big one nnd Later on in tho evening a banquet will have been visiting Mm. B. F. Rout. Green Clay Smith died in Gen. 'Swims J. S. Murphy returned Friday had nine rattles. This Is tbe fifth rattle be given tho visiting gentlemen at E. J. Washington Saturday afternoon after an visit to bis daughter, snake he has killed on his farm this Foley's. from a protracted Illness of several weeba caused by a caryear. Mrs.T. M. Goodknlght, at Frankfort. Sam Joe Burch begun yesterday tbe buncle at the base of his brain. He waa Mipsks Fannie Shanks, Annie Alcorn Mad Doo Killkd. John Curd shot contract of carrying tbe mail between born at Richmond, this State, in 1S32, and Essio Burch spent several days with and killed a mad dog Saturday in Mr. J. Kingsvillo and this placo. His leaving and was a minister in tho Baptist church. tho Misses "Buchanan at Crab Orchard. Gen. Smith, who was a republican, took Mrs. Tims. E. Kiiitley and daughter, W. Porrin'a porch. Ho was frothing at tiruo is 7:45 a. m. and he ia expected to the mouth and snapping nt everything return at 5:45 i. m. He will carry the considerable interest in politics and Miss Hallie, of Greenville, Texas, will bo served with distinction both in the Leg.AT. the guests of Mrs. Joe F. Waters this in his reach. Fortunately ho had done mail in a cart drawn by a mule. islature nnd in Congress. He wan electno damage. week. Notice K P'b. -- Owing to tho many at- ed to the latter from the Covington disMisses Lizzie and Lccilk Menefek Bad Luck -- Mr. A. G. Hutrman has tractions out of town July 4th, there trict in 1S03 and in 1S05. At returned Saturday from Lynnlaud Col been uufortunato in tbe last few weeks, will bo no lodge meeting on that night. the close of his term he was appointed lege, where the latter has been unending losing a fine Jersey cow from puerperisl A full attendance is desired on the fol- governor of Montana by President Johnschool. fever and Friday night had another kill- lowing meeting night July 11th for son. While in Congress he was offered Mrs. Thomas Metcaif, son Charlio ed by tbo night express. Both had drop installation of officers and other work. tho mission to Spain by President Linand Mrs. Bird Bryant, of Jessamine ped heifer calves. J. S. WellF, C. 0. coln, but he refused it. Gen. Saaitli county, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. J. A mo delegation from this place will served in the Mexican war when a mere A ijhn belonging to John Greening at Foster. boy and nfterward studied law. In 1S09 Spokes, Tires, Bolts, Horse Shoes, TRKABL'iiEn" II. 0. Form and wife thb toll gate on the Hustonville & Dan- attend tho Masonic picnic nt Hustonvillo of tbe Baptist ville pike near tbo latter place was struck Thursday. Thn Stanford Gold Band will he entered the ministry passed up Friday to their home at Manchurch. Tbe funeral, which occurred at chester. Thev both looked as if they by lightning nnd burned a few evenings furnish tho music and na heretoforo announced Hon. Jamea N. Saunders will Arlington, yesterday, was in charge o. wero satisfied with the result of tho ago. A lot of corn, hay ami some farmbe one of tho speakers. The Masons the Masonic order of which he waa a ing implements were destroyed. convention. member. All of his children survive will attend in n body. Mn. J. M. BnoNACQit and sisters, &c, &c, Eoobne Pkahck, one of Danville's him, Mrs. J. L. Whitehead, of Williams ' Misses Annie and Catharine Bronaugh, Nkw Firm. K. L. Tanner, of McKin-no- y, burg, Miss Mamie and Mr. Duke Smith. crack riders, won three of tbe most of Crab Orchard, have been quests of has sold his store to his sons, J. L., Tho Btory that Gen. Smith came within events at tbe Georgetown bicycle their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dr. G. races. Hu captured tho open E. J. and V. M. Tanner. Style of tho one vote of being the president of the W. Brouaugh. First Week in June. firm will be K. L. Tanner's Sons. They United States was denied by him. Not race in 1: I0 seconds, the hanRev. A. V. Sizemore, who had intend-- i dicap propose to do a "cheap for cash" busi- long ago Gen. Smith predicted that Kenthroo-miiin 2.'J5.A, nnd tho haned to spend this week nt Erin, Tenn,, asness and from tho way they have cut tucky would co republican at the next dicap in 7:11. Advorato. sisting in a mooting, is confined to his prices will make things lively in that election and expressed a desire to return bed by illness. Maccaiikks. Messrs. M. F. Elkln nnd section. here and make tho race for governor. Mies Pattie Alcorn, who bns been G. G. Wine organized Tents of Knights statesGkohok Gknthy, tbo colorod the guest of Mrs. J. S. Kindrick, return- of tho Maccabees Ihst week nt WilliamsNKW ADVERTISEMENT. ed to her home in Stauford yesterday. burg, Jellico nnd Bradfordsville. Su- man and fox hunter, tolls us that two of hia crack hounds ran a (ox from TuesSomereet Reporter. preme Commander Markey says 1,000 Oatt. Wilky Searcy, of McBrnyer, applications were received in three days day till Sunday noon, the longest time on record. A dog belonging to the Messra Will have open and ready for inspection this (Friday) evening the Anderson county, came up with Judge last week, ISo in one day. Attorney at Law, Walker, of Garrard, onco ran one four Stephen Burch Saturday and spent sevlasgest stock of Summer Geo. Shunkles, who has been in jail days nnd nights, but Gentry 'a dogs bent - eral days with him. Mil. Lkwis II. Bellkiiaum, of Louio- - several weeks charged with rnping bis that several hours. Will act at Executor, Administrator and Assign-- e daughter, was balled out by vllle. arrived Saturday to tako charge of manager of Linnietta Cai't. Richards, Special attention thn nrescrintlon department of Grain .t his Crab Orchard friends Saturday. It Springs, tells us that about 20 couples ates, at Attorney given to Settlements of Fs. and Division of and is believed now that there is nothing in nfants' Lands. Hockor'a drug atore. aro already entered in tbo dancing conhnmlsomo tho case and that it was a piece of spite test nt his delightful resort on Thursday Office on Lancaster St. overSupt..W, F. Miss Lucy Allen, tho 9 young lady who bns been the guest of work on tbe part of tboBo who had the evening, the 4th. Aa stated in a pretho Misses Woods, returned to bor borne writ issued. vious issue he will give a week's board at Mlllersburg Friday. AU3UT 20 couples of young people to tho best lndy and gentlemen dancers, Mn. and Mrs. J. B. Owens, of Har- "stormed" Mis Mamio Lynn, Ever in Stanford. The following is a part of the many good things. AT LANCASTEER, KY. nt "Lynn-wood,- " nnd tho prize is worth seeking. By tbe rodsburg, were up Friday to bid their her pretty home in tbe couutry way about 25 guests nro already nt Store Koom 80 feet deep, plate glass front, the beforo Friday night. Thoy relntives nnd friends good-by- e which ia tho largest number over latest modern shelving, all new and elegantly furwero entertninod in nished for dry goods, clothing or drug store Cenleaving for thoir now home nt Bowling royal Btylo by tbe charming hosteta and there tbia early in tbo season. trally located on the Public Square, among the Green. cash storos of the town. Terms and price right. each of her guests felt that it was good Address It. 11. llATdO.V. Lancaster. Tub railroad to Rock Castle Springe Mn. A. A. Wahrkn was down from to bo there. Delightful refreshments looks liko a certainty now. A dispatch us were served, Rock Caatle Springs Friday. He wero enjoyed that guests are already arriving nt that and the pleasant occasion will not soon from LouiBville aaya that the Kentucky delightful Summer resort and that a largo bo foritotton by those who were fortunate Southern Railroad Co., with a capital Btock of $250,000 waa corporated under crowd ia expected this week. -:- enough to bo present. tho Kentucky statutes Saturday and B. Fkrrill baa been Messrs. II. Deputy SiikiiiitR. M. to Searcy's distillery in Anderson and names aa tho stockholders Messrs. G. Ky. county and J. Nevin Carter to W. II. Mr. Sam W. Menefeo took William Lionel Prescott, of London, Eng., W. S. 3 Traylor'e, while Judge Burcb nnd Mr It. Spratt to tbe asylum nt Lexington Friday Manuing, of Wisconsin, L. F. and R. L. 1895. to rec- and also took Isaiah Smith to Frankfort Hubble and W. II. Kinnaird, of LancasR Gentry aro given a little time Primary, Preparatory and Collegiate Departto Bervo IS months in the ponitontlary ter, and Mr. J. D. Smith, of London. The reate. ments. Ritchie Vaughan, who for shooting William Dunn, also colored. road ia to be built from tbe mouth of Scientific, Classical and Special Courses oi Newton and Study. o They bad couaiderable trouble in get- Littlo Rockcaatlo river down to Big Come early. havo beon visitiug their uncles, the Schools of Music, Art, French and Elocution. line of Laurel, river, along tbe Ilest teachers employed, each a specialist in her loft Sunday for their homo in Vir- ting Mr. Spratt to the depot na he refusOwn Department. disHoarding pupils under tbe direct supervision oi ginia. Tho little follows hava had a ed to walk, but they mauaged to got him Rockcastle and Pulaski counties, a teachers. right good time and thoir uncleB bavo tboro by taking it time about carrying tance of 35 miles to the Cumberland For further information, address WILLIAM SHELTON, President. him. 34 river. enjoyed thorn hugely. In-tor- eui M. J. 11. Kiriiy Is working insurance) at Campbollarille. Lynn Oarii, of Glasgow, is visiting tbo MisseH Menefee. Airriiuit Hill, of Stanford, is In town. Columbia Spectator. Slisa Mattib Elkin, of Garrnrd, is tbo guest of Mrs. M. F.EIkin. Mna. II. B. Fkhrill, of Kubanks, is visiting Mrs. Llszie Ferrill. Mits. Sallik Sawykii, of YVilltnoro, is n guest at tbo St. Aaaph Hotel. Puok. W. O. Lackky is visiting bis brother Sam at Harrodsburg. Mn. IIakvr K. Helm spent several days at Crab Orchard Springs. Miia. IIaiiiiy Hilton, o! Rowland, is visiting bur parents at Drodhead. Miss Kate Blain is attending tbe educational association nt Lexington. Mn. J. It. Bailky, of Mercer, is visi tins bis old friends in tho East End. Mips Jknnir Oiikik, of Burksville, bns been tbo guest of Mrs. Dr. 0. A. Cox. Gioror A. McltOKKRTS baa been suffering from a spider bite on bis baud. Mu. BuyanO. Owslky, of Louisville, is visiting bis cousin, Mr. W. H. Shanks. Mtsa Martha I'axto.i Rout Is visiting Mirs Frances Adams at Hustonville this week. MirsOvikSmkdley, of Uarrodsburc, arrived yesterday to visit Mrs. II. J. Youh account is due and ready for Oils, paints, varnishes, etc., at Craig & you. Please call and settle without do Hocker's, tho Now Cash Drug Store. lay. M. 8. & J. W. Baugbmnn. Shirt waist sets and novelties of all Eo Wilkinson has sold a half interest kinds in sterling silver. Danks, the jewin his barber shop to E. 0. Cain nnd tbe eler. firm name ia now Wilkinson & Cain. Your account ta ready nnd I must have Mrs. G. B. Cooper, who some years money. Please call and settle. W. B. ago had a rooBter that laid eggs, ban now McRoberts. .. a curiosity in shape of a turkey with four Mr. M. 0. Thuhman has leased the legs. Cumberland Falls Hotel and is now in chnrgu of it. Notice. We have perfected arrange-montby which we are enabled to exJon lot of lamps, China cups nnd saucchange flour nnd meal for grain at all ers, pocket books and ladles' purses at times. J. II. Baughmnn & Oo. cost at Craig & Uocker'a Now Cash Drug Store. Tiik Interior Jouhnal bus bought Foil rocking Monroe Owsley's house press which will nrrive in a few days. It is of the most modern con- several nights ago, Will and Lige Withers wero fined $12 60 and costs each, All struction and is a sum enoueh daisy. of the parties are colored. Please cnll at once and paV me what CO. W. James Stull and Tom Harp, you owe. I really need tbe money to pay my debts and I hope you will not of the Kingsville section, were tried be foro 'Squire A. G. Faulkner Friday and ask mo to wait longer. II. 0. Rupley. . . fined '5 and 10 days in jail. ... Killed. Tom Alexander, colored, was J. W. Adams bought of Thomas Hurrun over and killed near Corbin Satur day night by the second section of freight ley n five room house at Rowland for :o. 32. He bolouged to tho work train $100 and moved it to the vacant lot this side of Rev. A. V. Slzamore's. crew. ... Read the Answer In B the Stars. an-oth- er $-- It is moro than probable . m BECAUSE All their goods are of the best texture the market affords for the money, are well made and fit perfectly. Because when they sell you goods it is value received. Tley keep up with the times and prices are as low as any in the large cities. Satisfaction is guaranteed or money refunded. Na trouble to show goods, and first-clas- We have the Best $10 Suits in the Country store-hous- n m m m THE GLOBE Strictly One Priee Clothing House, J. L. Prohman & Co., Danville, Ky. court-hous- e m m wEDDING F K 1ES1BNT m DANKS, THE JEWELER. Wagon Material, Rims, Rasps, Nails, Hammers, W. H. WEAKEN & GO. vnl-unb- lo half-mi- lo ono-tnil- AT MlEBUCJJEiB FMICOJElSo o o m II Wallao Stanford, E. Vamon, Kentiicfcy. McCla-ry'solTlc- e. FORKBIsrT, Lin-niott- a, m te-ll- s teto-a-tete- a ed STAMFORD College, Female French Percales, Jaconet Duches, Cordele Organdies, New-lan- d Stanford, Fall Session Opens Sept. Scotch Lawns, Darro Dimities, Ginghams, &cC Wal-ton- s, Rock-castl- SEVERANCE & SON. uJtim iimmmmimm, Pabllahod Every Tuesday and Friday AT CONSUMPTION. Care of Jlaj- Ho lessened. Tlio snoccssfnl treatment of the Tntlrnt, Tlint Ilia Suffering eonsump-tio- ii and by this is mount making tho t$2 FKR. YKAK 6nffei or better nblo to boar his burden, if not actually lifting it from his shoulaarWhen not 10 pid S2.60 will be chinred." ders is largely a question of nursing. If tho disca-s- hus already gained a footK. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. hold mediciuo in most instances is of no m' aml 3 Trains leave Stanford i 7;5 avail oscept in potouing the evil day, arriving at 4:10 p. m. and o:o p. m. and oven if it were otherwise a few general rules wonl-- ' bo just as essential l.&:n. local time card. - 13 37 p m to insure tho comfort of tho patient So. ti, Train going North.. 3 15 a m wliilo recovery i sroing on. No. 4. " South . .13 04 p m No. ti, In tho first place, then, wo must un15 pm No.- -, derstand exactly tho coudition of the QUEEN & CHtSCENT. consumptives not so much by ascertain' ingtho location auti extent of his disem-Trains pan Junction City at follows: as by familiarizing ourselves with his Mo. t South ......11.48 a m No 3 North ...3 35 P m " " 3 " ,..1.35 pm tomporament, his likes and dislikes, and, 1315 am " 4 6 1135 am ...3.15 a m above nil, with his power of unduranco 5 ' ..o 00 a m " 10 ' 9 840pm and 10 run no fur- - and resistance. Norc Nos. j and 6 and 9 Cher than Junction City, nor on S inday. If wo will bear these things in mind wo may bo ablo to do all that is possible for tho sick ono namoly, to citable him to withstand tho onslaught of tho disease until naturo shall gain tho controlling hand. So successful is this method of treatment thst it often results iu a complete or at lctst n temporary euro. Consumption is ono of tho most of diseases. Not only does it attack tho lungs, but tho action of tho nervous system is sooner or later seriously interfered with, tho digestion impaired, and tho simplest form of excitement renders oven tho circulation of tho blood dangerous from Iwlng overactive. W'q shall como nearest to striking at tho root of all these troubles if wo direct our energies toward limiting the frequency nud severity of tho cough, and iu this wo havo not only to follow tho ad vice, of tho physician, taking caro that his directions nro exactly carried out, Absolutely Puro.f but wo must givo careful attention to A cream of tarter baking pow nursing. To prevent tho flrnt paroxysm of couchder. Highest of all in leavening ing, which is usually incited in tho strength. Latest United States morning by the exertion of rising, it vxovernment rood Report. warm cup of tea or nn egguog should bo ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., taken before tho patient leaves tho bed A glass of something warm, liko hot lOO "Wall Street, Now York. milk or gruel, should also bo taken retiring, and plenty of timo should bo allowed in preparing for tho bed. Tho following farmers have posted their lands Tho patient should sleep in blankets, .and hunters and trappers will please take notice. and a glass of warm drink should bo JOHNTUKNIIIT1.L. placed within reach in caso ho should wake through tho night. A. G. Lanhgm If tho prosouco of food in tho stomach JObaB. Castleraan. causes the reappearance of tho cough after meals, some suitablo preparation of pepsin should bo used to hasten the digestion, and an hour or two's rest should bo taken immediately after tho meal. Youth's Companion. IN" ADVAXCB! P- - .- 1 o FPU A Tolar City. Two LtvoB Snvod. Jin. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City, III., was Numbers of explorers who havo sought she had consumption tho arctic regions iu quest of tho polo told by her doctorsTor her, but two bottKsand that of Dr. there was no hope New Discovery completely cured her and havo told of a mysterious city mirrored Kick's she says it saved her life. Mr. Thos. Kggcrs, 119 against tho northern sky stately build- Florida St., San Fiancltco, suffered Irom a dreadings iu choice architecture tall mid im- ful cold, approaching consumption, tiled without thin; else then bought one bottle of posing spires, but such as ditror from result everyNew Discovery and in two weeks was Dr. King's anything wo know about Whothor tho cuted. Ho is naturally thanklul. It is such reprove the foundation of this mirago is u reality sults of v. hlch these are samples, thatcoughs and wonderful efficacy of this medicine In only unrccognizablo because of colds. Freo trial bottles at G, I. Penny, Kxor's and transposition as to directions, whothor Diug More. Regular sito 50c and It it is a work of sonio myfctorious romuuut Electric Blttora. of our race that onco occupied tho pole, This remedy is becoming so well known and se or whether tills is tomo fanciful foatnro Kopular ns tn need no special mention. All who samo song of tho frost, as tho peculiar shrubbery praise. A Klectric Hitters sing the waist and it of Is purer medicine does not wo mm) on tho window pane whatever guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Klectric of the I.iver and will cure this is, it must bo consigned to tho per- llitlcrswill removeall disrates llotls.Salt Rheum and Pimples, plexing enigmas of tho unknown rarion. other affections caused by impure blood; will malaria system and prevent as Who knows but some spot, onco tho the- driveas cure all from tho fevers. Korcureal Headwell malarial ater of busy and advanced human life, ache, Constipation and Indigestion,, try may havo coenped tho general cataolys-mil- l relunded. Entire satisfaction guaranteed or montiy per bottle at A .K. l'rlco 50c and wreck, and this city may bo tho si- Penny's drug store lent and as yet undiscovered witness of prcpolar times, stunding alone in tho 1IOLDAI.I, dead desolation, in tho rigid shroud of Supeiintendent of Schools of now polar deatlu If wo must bo barred Is a candidate forsubject to the action of the DeLincoln county, from entering tills uudiocovurod country, mocracy. November election, 1895. we may add to our equipment by a caro-fu- l noting of iUs mlxtuio, and then givo to tho base of these phenomena most of Public Is a candidate tor Superintendent thorough study. Philadelphia Press. Schools of Lincoln county; subject to tho action Kld-ne- Croon Briar Springs FOR SALE. Persons desirirg a placo of this kind will find to thslr advantage to call on or address, MRS. MARY K. SLAUGHTER, Crab Orchard, Ky. 14 1 33B. W. B. FElTlTTr. Dentist, : Stanford, : Ky. Office on Main Street, W. S. Dutch, Alty at Law. THE 13AST1N HOUSE, Crab Orchard, Ky. Meet all Trainstnli;ht and day. Patrons taken to any part of town Free of Charge. Good Opposite the Poal-Otfi- ct M. Ncwland, Deputy Shtrifl Buroh. & ITowland, Conoral Colloctors, Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kentucky We otter our servlcts to the public to do a gen eral Collecting llasiaess. Accounts, notes, etc collected In all parts of the county. 11 6in s, day. Livery Attached. n-m Ore of Hotel $1.00 per A. II. IIASTIN, Prop. NOTICE I storo-housstero-hous- s. 1 JAMES F. o Having decided to move ta my in e Stanlnnl, Ky,, I have a desirable in the bualnes portion of Rowland which I will sell or rent at a reasonable price. For Inlormation ap 1. ply 10, 1IA1.U. I. Dehorn I "2"our Cattl. 11 w. s. burcu,: J. B. HIGGINS, .Dealer in of the Democratic patty. All Hinds of Coal, Kv. ladies. Time Mid Step. Stanford, any place where thtre are six or more cattle to . rhoru. I do the work with the Lightntrg Drhorucr Can dehorn any cow In three seconds. 1 he knife makes a clean, smooth cut, dcs not cruh rwr break the horn, at the clipper dow. It l the only humane way toil, Does not punish Oie animal like the saw, rn'rii and the wound gets as quick again as thst aade by the saw. For further information, call on O. A. PEYTON. Stanford, Kv. See the Lighting Pruning Hcok. 101. ill bo to wl POWDER tho music, but out of step, tho company right, tho captain wrong. Distressing. But then I havo seen u musician marching out of stop to tho music of his own band, nud there is now and then a soldier who never really learns to keep step. Tho familiar order is, 'Loft, loft, left, left, tho left foot down at tho heavy tap of tho drum.' " Now York Sun. Scone, 11 "Sometimes," said an old soldier, "ono soes tho captain of a company marching proudly along, in time with Farmers Rank&Trnst OK Cc Nashville, Tenn,, College forToung STANFORD, KY., I stn row ready to deliver tee irom the Stanford Water, Light and ice Company's Factory ICE I r;sniiednd ready lor business win Rev.JGco. W. F. Price, D. D Pres., At 40 Cents Per Hundred Pounds Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. Mrs. S. O. Truehcart, Former- And over and;tjc pound for 10 pounds and up to 100, 21 000 Surplus, . Hills due tstef each month ly of Stanford, Ky Lady PrinK. 1IKKMEK. Stanford Isncwfullr.'r bo-for- o POSTED. misty day. Sandy McKay (coming out of a public house and meeting his uiiniMtr faco to faco) Losh, sir, it's an awful thing, this mist. D'jo ken (impressively), I waudored in there the uoo, thinkiii it was tho grocer's? Loudon Globe. s Tho Canadian element forms of tho foreign population of Maine and Now Hampshire, f of that of Vermont and of that of Massachusetts two-thirdouu-halone-thir- d Thin lis tho MM. town iu the north on a very ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. MANAGERS, Forming characters! Whoso? Our own tr others? Both. And in that monion-lou- s of fact lie tho peril and our existence. Khlm Burritt. Insurance Company Tasmania was named in honor of tho discoverer. Tas-na- AN AVENUE OF IDOLS. A I Three Buildings, room for so boarders Faculty of 40 Omccrs. Teachers aad Lecturers Pationagc My M.lllnvy Sio:lt it fill u cxnolele. Privileges in Vandeibill Unifrom entire south tho same management. Call 11 ArlNudio Gym- andcaamme and you iil b sure to buy 7 ptovisions of its chatter, depositors are at versity. MinK Conservatory new nasium. Kino Paisenger levators Term beKius spring Mat. fully protected as ate depositors in Natioaa Banks, its shareholders being held individually Sept, s, 1I95. SenJ for Catalogue 6JISSLICCIE nXAZLCV, liaole to the extent o( the amount of their stock Stanferd, Ky therein at the par value thereol, in addition to ths amount invested in such sham. It may acta, executor, administrator, trustee, &c, a fully n sn individual. To those who entrusted their buisincss to o while mnaginK the Llncolr National Hank 0 Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks aad - trust they will continue to transact their busincsr with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt ansa : ticn to same, our twenty jr ears' oipetieoce li banking and as liberal accommodations as arc coa OTiceon t.incaiter Street, oppotitc the Court House Collections receive especial attentinn ti To call and examine my Spring Millinery, whi, h suteut with sound banking. I aiu opening up I pride myself llut 11 s w., selected and that It is ton ml to pleair Hav.ng dikictoiis: bougrtl lor cash and bng determined to sell for Williams, MC Vernon ; J J. n aim. Mwcst DOMtble title. Aa vain. 1 1 . H. Shanks, btanford; .. .h.lM...H.. win ...Miutuuo u lll loflimcv )WJ. J.S. Owsley, Stanford; MRS A. A. McKIXVF.V S J. Eiubry, Staufsrd; J. B Owsley, Stanford; v. a ji'SEs J T J KM, HuK. J. V. Cash. Stanford: William Gooch, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, MlllcOgevilU, Office over McRobcrts Drug Store in the Owsley Holding W. H. Cummins, Prtachwri i He S. H. Sbncks, President, Or. J. 11 Owsley, Cashier, : : W.M. Bright, Teller. Now closing up) with the same SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIOSA1 BANK OK STANFORD, cipal. aistts and undo TO TECE LADIES - W. S. BTraCH, Attorney at Law, Stanford, Kentucky. THE laADIES CORDIALLY INVITED A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, Stanford, Kv. raw people ol West Lin-Fu- J. T. STJTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, BARBEE&CASTLEMAfl r i coin and Catey Counties stock of Collins aveuuo of images, representing tho and Caskets always on hand Commerce Building, Louisville Amida Buddha. Tho idols vary in sizo, D s. Carpenter, Manager. 05 but nro similar in dosigu. Thoro aro sevAgents throughout the South. eral hundred of them altogether, and W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agent, they Bit facing ono another in two long Wo asked tho littlo Jap who rows. Is Kocoiving His STANFORD, KY. brought us to tho placo how many of -- .Proprietors of..... them thero were. In an awed whisper : : : Made of Seasoned Oak Pickets, ho replied, "Nobody knows. " Then ho told us how impossiblo it was to count Manufactured and for sale by Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. them. Each imago was inado unsightly STANFORD, KY. Only Dnect Lite Between by having numbers of littlo bits of paper Having bought of P W Green his Llverr bus 6tuck on to it and chowed bits of paper nets and add.il new buggies sed bursts, we are Dealer In M prepared to furnish which had been spat at it. Tho object of Shorten, and quickest between FIRST-CLAS- S Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, this disfiguration wo failed to discover, TURNOUTS Lumdcr, Lath and Shingles, though our friend Hojo informed us they Carlisle, Maysvillo, Oynthiana, On short notice The traveling public wilt fijd Sash, Doors and Minds, wero put on by tho young priests, a part Falmouth and Covington. us always ready and vvlllinc to turnlth Drum Dealer In- All; for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains of whoso novitiate it was to attempt to wagons, either single or double, or Cammers' Metal Roofing ages or air kinds at very LOW PRICES. Ihe fun by Central Standard Time. count tho Buddhas. Time TabU June a, 1895. boy s in and around town will also find us the peoThere is evidently something wrong ple to deal with. Stop with us when in town at Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. TRAINS EAST. courts and entertainments and your horse and vewith these idols, for no ono has ever a. m. p. m. p. m. Finishing Lumber, etc. hicle wilt be well cared for. been ablo to reckon thorn up tho samo .Lve Frsaklort A G.ll. COOPER 700 400 s.ioo " Elkhorn ao Myers House Stable, Manfsrd, Ky. Sj Priees lower than the same quality of material 711 413 twice over, iu spito of sticking n pieco "" .Stamping Oround 7 2S 148 430 can b bought at elsewhere. of paper to tick eacli ono off. Of couroo " "Jrtorgetown.Il... 7 47 4 47, 2 15 Mrr. C. S. Depot 4 59 3 oj 7 55 two unsuperstitions Englishmen wore Office and Yard. Depot Street. "Stanford, Ky. 8 30 Parm.......C 4 00 j 35 SPRING AND SUMMER. not to bo humbugged by native stories, I Sell for Cash Only. traveling companion) and s. 10. 4. Something to Beautify)the Ladies. Trains west. No. iu.. No.m. :no.m. No. m. so M. (mytho wholo thing ridiculous, de-I, p. a. p. a thinking 6 00 a. 4 40 Lvs Paris ...C 945 cided to count the mysterious images. 6 42 10 17 C.S. Depot New Hats, flowers and lacesl Daily opemning W. I.. WITHERS, Salesman. 6 25 6 40 Wo started ou Georgetown U 10 40 5 55 lines, each We give Ihe assurance ta the trade that they wil " Stamp's Gro'd 10 ,8 703 7 28 find in our establishment the same eiclusivencss " Klkhorn 11 16 7 aa 755 taking a side of tho avenue. Our efforts, In style of patterns, hats and bonnets and all the IVW GREEN. Proprietor 815 however, wero fruitless, for wo had not An Frankfort A... 11 30 735 leading noveltlea in Millinery lor which we aic known throughout the countrv. numbered off moro than a dozen each, havesecured a : : : Kentucky. trimmer for the seabefore AI. (whoso eyes wero not so good son. Thauking you lor past favors, we respectSUNDAY TRAINS. fully solicit your patronage heretofore n literally Xetve Georgetown 10 36 a. m, arrive Frankfort as they had onco boon) shouted across to M D DUDDKKAKbestowed. I am stilt running this vi 30 a. m me: "I say, saw cuo of Hotel and on j'our KATE DUDDKKAK. Manager. will continue to give my guenti the poliust atten Iavem- Frankfort 4 00 p. m. arrive Georgetown side moving. II'm certain I them They're - as wsll as the best the market ailurdt. did. 4 5? P. I am now selling Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced prices and Railway and connec :kv uncanny. Let's givo it up. " This intertions form the shortest and cheapest route to all Special Attention1 to the Travelruption of courso upset all my calcula- on easy monthly payments, or any other terms to suit the purchaser points South, Eavt, North and West. Fox further information apply to their agents. tions, but wo soon camo on tho moving ing Public. carry as fine a line C. D. BERCAW. Gen. Pass. Agent. best. I uive snecial attention to mail orders and J Of Lincoln County. GEO. B. HARPER, Ilec'r& Gen.Supt image, wuich turned out to bo nothing moro than ono of tho old Frenchmen, of goods as can be found any where in the land. Frankfort, Ky. seated peacefully among tho htatues ami The Jew. I am selling SEWING MACHINES cheaper than I have ever looking in his white clothes for all tho sold them before. Give me a call and be convinced. F. B. RILSY, Propriotor, world liko a jolly, fat, old Buddha. Mill, Gentleman's Alagazine. ST Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel. London. - - - Kentucky. Lancaster, Ky., Mrs. Margaret Portman will be in charge of the store, but in taking AND 4,000 31ll With a Whecllmrrow. I have moved to my new Hotel and aa bettar n full Is ever to I11 1878 Lymaii Potter of Now York this position does not give up her class in Music, but will continue oi now buildersoperation, and invites the attention prepared thaiiattached, accommodate th public. of Lincoln county to its materiil, Ocod Livery the and every convenience Note superior workmanship and low prices. Ftnto iiorfuriucd tho prodigious tiusk of teaching as before. Give me a call. Address 77 FRANK RILXY, pushiug a common "paddy" whoolbur- row ncross tlio contnieiit. Ho sturtod OUR SOME from his homo on D.tno tstrcot, Albany, D. S. on tho morning of April 10, 1878, and Perfectly clear poplar or yellnw pine flooring at arrived iu Sun Francisco on tho aftertaper hundred. As low as Si 50 per hundred. SOLD TO Hustonvlllo, Ky,, Perfectly clear yellow poplar v. either boarding at ALL POINTS: noon of Oct. 5 of tho samo year, being As low as Ji 30 per hundred. Has 81.50 per hundred. more nice Furmturo lhati was ever in almost exactly 178 days (live hours and Ceiling In yellow Allpattcrns and thlckiiie ol le. CHIP, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, preity lluggies, Surreys and pine, poplar, chestnut and ash, as low aa Si 25 per I haetons. More good Cultivators. three minutes over) in performing tho Moie Wagons. Plows hundred. Double dressed lumber as low as )j per wearisomo feat. Potter was a shoelumber, and more nice Harness, Hridies, Whips and more WISCONS.N, hundred. Uciutitul vellow pine hnlshln quarter oak, Ac. Save money by giving us you. Hinder I me than was ever seen here. He in maker, and tlio trip was tho remilt of a vites the public to call aud see hla stock' and get orders. MISSOURI, KANSAS, wager mad! by homo friends who beprices. THE LANCASTER PLANING MILL, Lancaster. lieved tiiat ouch a trip would occupy at COLORADO, WEBRASK least 200 days. Tho wager was $1,000, M. S. H Alanine. J. W. Hacgiihas ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, but Potter made between three and Ave 'THE HEALING WATERS" STILL FLOW advertising for different times that bum l'ROM OLD TEXAS, , improved for 1S95 and parties along tho route. Tho wheelbar- Greatly worthyjof consideration. row was made specially for tho uso to S0UIH-WEfflE WEST, rnOFRIETOKS which it was put and weighed but 75 pounds. Tho distauco traveled by PotriRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS LIVERY, & miles. St. AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. ter was exactly 4,083 Since their discovery more than a century ago, these famous Springs nave given Health and pleasLouis Republic. How of Jnpaneao Uurtilha Which Cannot llo Counted. Closo to tins interesting pool is tho Double m .H.6.R0PLEY,- - HUSTON VjLLE, KENTUCKY. ll mkmtH mUmA- proprietors Dean's Illack Diatcond R laint. Kstlmaic. fuinisned for painting Wood. Metal and lion Roofs ssllsfactioti Guarantee All roofs painted with Dean's Illack Diamond Paint guaranteed for years Dealers In best n Pumps and Galvaatml lion filters. 67.1m els-er- JOKTES BROS,, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. Sole - G. B. COOPER, Woven Wire and Picket Fence, Ky. Midland R'y, Cincinnati and Frankfort SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS Livery and Feed Stable, ITS JOoi ,1c WEABEKT, -- -- A.. C. SIEILSriE, i - -- x Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages "Wagons, STANFORD, srsr. j Tho Myers House, n PIANOS and ORGANS. -w 1 rlrst-cla- ss Stanford, - - TO THIS CITISE1TS THE NORFOLK RAILROAD. RILEY Lancaster Planing HOUSE WESTERN TICKETS d. P. H. IDOL, Stanford , Ky. OF PRICES: CARPENTER, 1SS Hus-ton- vl Reliable Process They have Proven a Success. 7j-6- NORTH-WES- T, 51 Crab Orchard Springs. M.S.&i.W.Baughman, THE BEST ROUTE TO THE COACHES, v v. "I bog your pardon," said one man to another in a railroad tram, "but I am DINING CABS SLEEPING AND 1ho manager of a muteum, and I havo u vacancy now for a strong man." SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE "Well, what of it?" HORFOLKWESTERN RAILROAl "Why, sir, I saw you open tho car CHEAPEST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE. window with no apparent effort, and I DescripUl thought perhaps wo could agree on tho Write for Rates, Maps, inphlcu, to any Station Agent, or to terms aud you could begin your enM. T. S1HAQO, AltCH HULL, W. O. HtVILL, gagement immediately. " Detroit Freo SMt'lrM.ftri(t. Uli. I'.M.itr it. TrtU rM. 4( Press. JtOiaOk'I. TA. MJftOKE, YA. 'ULIMAN VESTIBUIEO Time-Table- s, f"-"Hl8,0. NORTH AND EAST. Tho Man Ho Wanted. ure to a mighty army ot Invalids and Touiista from all parts ol tno world. 1 lie bpnugs are FEED SALE STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. ss They are beautiful andjan ornament to a parlor. Now Open lor Reception of Guests. Bowling, llllllards, Dancing. Driving, fishing, Outdoor Games, Good Muilc, New Livery, An Excellent Cuisine, And all that goes to make your visit enjoyable. Boating. Guarantee Satisfaction Call and see. If you need livery give ua a call. Nothing but turnouts will leave our stable, bee ua for rates. In our first-cla- HARNESS SHOP youwillflndasxoodassortment of Harness, Bridles, baddies, Ac Have your repairing done by our man, he understands bis business. We have a mechanic in our TERMS MODERATE. Hoard and Rooms, 13 to $13 per veek. Special Rates to Families and Societies. For further information apply to GU8 HOFMANN, Prop., Crab Orchard, Ky. s HIGGINS & McKINNEY, BLACKSMITH SHOP. s Will guarantee prices Tiy our hor first-clas- work and satUfacto; ahoer.