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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895070901 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 Weekly Interior Journai VOL. XXIII. DODBITT LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. il NO. 38 I STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. JULY 9. 1895. Mountains. Dr. Lost In the Cumberland J. L. McICco preached a sermon I 0 o'clock (or the fl"uraon Sees Two Black Bears, but Saw Them tho children. Day Before, Securely Tied. LO-AJST- Prol. Waldrop, o( KirkBville, preachTo (he L'dltorof the Interior leurnat. ed the union sermon Sunday night nt Mutual Life Insurance Co. m I am representing the North-westerI'inrvillx, July 8. Court convened tbo Baptist church. the loan department and am ready to make loans in this and adjoinMonday with a heavy criminal docket MiB Kittle Msbou gavo a "tea party' 31.10. ing counties. Interest 6 per cent. Term 2 to 5 years. For full inand 18 In jail to bo tried for various of- to a number of her littlo friends at her Tho city tax of Harrodsburg is 70 formation and application, apply to fenses. There is but littlo usu HcndiiiR home on Water cents on the f 100. The asseesed properstreet WoJnesday. HUSTONVILLE. men to the penltontlary In Kentucky, There was a "picnic" at MrB. B. F. ty Ib about a million of dollars and tho JOEC1T Misses Rboda and Al Harlan, of cost of running the city government is uormuch In convicting them (or tho Walters' spacious grounds lout Thursday, tho gallows, tho Court o( Appi as being l:b, for tho benefit of the little folks. Danville, and Martha Paxton Rout, of $5 per head. acityol retugoto which tho crimltm Many little hearts wero made happy Stanford, were visitors at Mr. L. B, AdWEDDING AND BIRTHDAY Jack Combs, a pal of "Bad" Tom can safely lly, and ebould the dooia thero that day by tho pleasures they enjoyed. ams' last week. MiBa Miranda Tucker, Smith, is on trial at Pineville on a change bo closed against him, then the governTho Bale Saturday afternoon of the of Washington county, and Mifs Van- of venue from Perry county, for the kill pardoning pen Ih mightier than the Garrnrd College furniture drew a largo araditl), of Springfield, are tbo pleasant ing of Robert Connell. Smith confessed or's law ot Justice and tho verdict ol a jury crowd, notwithstanding the rain. Most guestB at Mr. James Rose's. Mrs. R. N. on the gallows that be helped to kill that knows nil about tho case. of the furniture brought only moderate Adams and her three interesting chilbim. "Bad Tom" Smith was sent lor life, prices. There v,na another sale Monday dren, of Greenville, Texas, are the guests AT WITHERS & HOCKER'S. The Centre College foot ball team ot relatives in this community. Miss will be coached this fall by Richard T. Tho Court ol Appeals granted him a now afternoon. trial and while out on bail he killed I)r Lancaster has had two fires in the Irvine, of Danville, is the guest of Miss Lowndes, whohasjuBt graduated from Our line of Chairs, Picturs, Easels, Folding Beds, Suites, Couches, Rader, (or which ho was hung on tho past week in quick succession. Satur- Beulah Vanarsdall. Pryor Young, who Yale College, where be waa prominent to date. Be sure to 20lb. This turned out well, howetcr day tiio dwelling of Robert C. Hamilton has been attending a commercial college in all athletics. He is 0 feet 1 inches Window Shades, Carpets and Wall Paper is up sec our line and you will be convinced that we carry THE line. bis IJad it not been that Dr. Kader lost on tho new Danville pike, was entirely at Louisville, and Lcs. Reid, of Latonia and weighs 178 pounds. life, had tho Court o( Appeals not destroyed by lire with all of tho con- wore In town on the 4th. Mies Margaret M. N. Dripgars, a married man of granted "Bad Tom" a new trial, both ho tents. Mrs. Hamilton and baby had a Hopper in visiting Mrs. W. W. Bruce, her Richmond, wrote to Mies Ada Mier to and Dr. Kader would have been alive narrow recapo for their lives. No Insur- sister. Lexington and accompany If the judgment of visitors to the meet him at ance on the house or furniture, we are him to Cincinnati. She assented and You remember tbo cold blooded Hustonville picnic on the 4th is to be reaccompanied Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, JudRO Middleton, ol Harlnn. eorry to Btate. Stanford, Ky. lied upon, tho afliir was the most enjoy went to the trysting place The ringing of tho fire bell Friday by her mother. Driggars was on hand, Wo Bent two lor life; tho Court o( Apable of tho kind transpiring there for peals granted ono a new trial; on a sec- afternoon drew n largo crowd to the many years. The day proved an ideal but failed to see the old woman, when ond trial ho was acquitted and the owes eceue of tho conflagration. It was eoon one as to weather. It was estimated by he advanced to speak to the girl. Ab be One Gallon of- did so the old lady hit him over tbe bead filed away against the other two, and discovered that the house of Matt. good judges that 2,000 people were in atof color, was on fire, and owing to hickory stick in which there were this week the governor pardoned the ono tendance. The Stanford Gold Band fur- with a pMiltnntiary. These cnsrH were the scarcity of water, it was thought it nished most delightful music for the oc- driven 2S nails. All three wero arrested. In tho eftried in Whitley by change ol venue and could not bo saved, but by untiring casion and were highly complimented CHURCH AFFAIRS. fort (for which tho Lancaster people are cost the Commonwealth o( Kentucky for general and individual excellence. Will Cover 300 Square Feet of Surface two coats and costs you noted on such occasions) the flumes were about f 10,000. A California preacher was convicted The chief feature of the day was the adThat is right, governor; that is rlRbt, extinguished without much serious dam dressee, which were delivered by tho fol of perjury and sentenced to two years. Judgts o( tho Court o( Appeals. That is age. Tho following enjoyed the 4th at lowing named gentlemen, eminent in Elder J. G. Livingston will preach why tho toilinr, sweating tax payer pa8 Crab Orcbnrd Sprlugs Dr. Herring and their particular callings in life as well as at Sugar Grove School-hounext Satyou 510,000 a year. urday night, Sunday and Sunday night. It is wife, Mrs. J. K. Stormes, Mrs. Blanche in the council of Masourj: Rev. Prof. a Thero is n caee net (or Monday, the Sweeney, O. F. Andemon, Miss Hallie Worrall and H, G. Sindifer, of Danville, The receipts of tho Lexington trial of two aesnwlns of Cay wood, ol liar. Herring, A. II. Kice nud wife, Louis on tho 4th of July were $2 COO, Hon. J. X. Saunders, ol Stanford, and Ian. One of tbo partita hns been con1,100 more than on any day in its pre Eugenia Hon, P. Wat Hardin, of Harrodsburg. and wife, and Misses victed. Tho Court of Appeals granted Busb. Julia May Gaines, Annie Loyd The speeches delightfully combined ex- vious history. Any Shade you like. him a new trial, on eecond trial bo was Horring and Fred Frisbie. George D. hortation to patriotism with explanation Rev. George Darsie, of Frankfort, n uiiihv. but acouittcd. ftud two of his Itobineon is at home ou n visit to bis of the origin, principles, aims and record and well known in Stanford, has returnaccomplices are to bo tried next week. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Kahioeon. of Masonry. The day passed in pleas- ed from a trip to the "Holy Laud" and Hut I'll ohanire tho subject, (or I havo Mesirs Rowland mid Goodloe, of Dan- ant enjoyment and not a disagreeable other foreign places of interest. no joy 'mid scenes like these. It required 99 cars to take tbe peofeature was noted. The Masons of Hus ville, were In Latieaiiter on Monday. As I came to Pineville I saw two ber u Mm. Martin, ol Sherman, Texas, is tonville are to bo congratulated upon the ple from Mason City, la., on Sunday to tiful, elegantly dreseeti ladieH going to the giifst of her cousin, Mrs. It- II. Bat. successful termination of their ellorte to hear Dr. Talmage lecture at a near-b- y Mlddleaboro on a viit. Whilst In an ani- eon. Mrs. Austin and daughter, Mie. provide a day's genuine enjoyment for resort. Adout 12,000 were present. mated conversation with these Uo g.y Thomas, of St. Louis, Rev. Newsom, of Texas, known as nri guests of Mr. their gueste. .Dealer in. buttei tiles of fashion, the car careened uh and Mrs. F. L. Austin. Mips Pattie tbe "Cowboy Evangelist," is holding a NOTES OKTIIK DAY. though It would turn over. 1 bey were Beazley Is visiting relatives in Richmond We noticed Uncle Joe Hopper, ot Per powerful meeting at Halls Gap church. alarmed. I reassured them by telling and Lexington. Mies Lily Williams, of ryville, on the speakers' stand. There have been 75 Banctificatious and them, "Don't be alarmed, ladies; if you London, is the guest of Mrs. Blanche F. P. Combest, of Phil, gracefully additions to tbe church. )p go heaven this evening you shall not go The Rev. C. E. Nash has sold tbe managed the long procession as chief Sweeney. Miss Lucy Francis is visiting alone 1 will go with you. I shall have Kentucky Baptist to Dr. J. B. Cranfill, her sister, Mrs. Ballou, of Richmond. marshal. no toublo getting you through the Mr. Hon. J. Proctor Knott was unablo to who has changed the name to Kentucky Kdmlston and Bister, Miss Ua John pearly gates. I shall say to St. Peter He, ol Crab Orchard, are guests of Mr. attend and make his advertised addreea Baptist Standard, and it will be printed two beautiful the gate keeper: 'Hero are and mailed in Louisville, Ky., and WaNathan Elliott and sister, Miss Florence. on account of illness. angels who slipped through your gate Mr. Gen. Hardin mixed with the crowd co, Texas. It is now a Beven column Prompt attention given to Prescriptions. Trade Solicited from surJohn Brooks, of Mlddleaboro, was a while you slept and came down to earth, during the (orenoon and greeted many quarto and is published weekly at $2 a rounding country. Wall Paper Very Cheap. visitor of Mies Annie Koyston Sunday. 1 have brought them back sgain." This Mm. Will Berkley and little daughter, of old friends and made a host of new onee. year; ministers half price. was enough. Rev. L. M. Lasley will hereafter Mr. Jos. Conway, of Oklahoma, and Hickman, are gueataof Mrs. Berkley's paThe court adjourned for the 1th of Ju- rents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wherrit', wife, formerly Miss Helen Reid, of this make bis home or headquarters at Lon, ly and wo celebrated all over Middlesbo-roProf. Milton Elliott and family, who vicinity, were in attendance at the pic don and evangelize through this section Cumberland Gap Kaat Tenncaseo of the country. He preaches the dochave been moat agreeablo residents of nic. and West Virginia. James D. Black our city for the past two years, left up Sheriff Newland and Deputy Sam W. trine of Holiness, pure and simple, Bro. - And mado a speech at Cumberland Gap that Monday for their now home at Mayfield, Menefee were present, but had uo occas Lasley is one of tbe most devoted and two recently had a tendency to reunito taking with them the good wishes of our ton to exert tuelr autnonty to suppress earnest christian gentlemen we ever had warring sections. Col. Black la the Col. people. the pleasure of kuowing. Ecbo. disorder. Hill of tho mountains. That night on Kentucky will have three Southern At night the ladies of the PresbyterTho new railroad, the Kentucky the Tennessee side the silver question Southern, is now thought and hoped to ian church served refreshments from G Methodist conferences within its borThe was debated by Morrison and be a certainty. The report conies to us to 11 p. M. They wero quite successful, ders in tbo month of September as folThey each handlod tho subject lows: Western Virginia conference at that there is a harvest in store for many clearing about foO. well from his atandpolnt. Prof. T. O. Cherry, of Bowling Green, Louisa, September 4th, presided over by connected with it. It has been generally Tbo next morning early I started (rom known here for soma time that there was present at the plcuic, being tbe guest Bishop Duncan; Kentucky conference at You are invifed to call and see them. Cumberland Gap, Kast Tennessee, to were plans on foot to build a railroad in for a day or two of Mis Fannie Harper, Winchester, September 11th, presided walk to Mlddleaboro to take the train (or Eastern Kentucky. The parties havo a former pupil. over by Bishop Haygood; Louisville Pineville. After walking for somo time, kept Uncle Greenberry Bright, of Hubble, a conference at Madisonville, September bo quiet about their movements I discovered that I was lost in tho rugthat it could not be ascertained where Mason for 57 years and probably tho 25th, presided over by Bishop Haygood. ged Cumberland Mountains, whoso hidS HERD OF Rev. George O. Barnes writes from THE tho road was to bo built or who were en- oldest Muson in Kentucky, was present ,1 eous precipices alone would havo deter, gaged in the enterprise. On Juno 2Sth and enjoyed the day hugely. Versailles that ho will begin a meeting at red a less determined man, 1 found h articles of incorporation were filed with Harry Giovanuoli, of tho Danvillo Ad- Lawrenceburg next Friday and also knife, on the jaws of which was the tho secretary of State witli the following vocate, took in the picnic and claimed takes occasion to praise the organ pn R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, word "Kureka," "I have found It." I named gentlemen as the incorporators that not even tbe Dissatisfied Man could Bented him and Miss Mario by Lancaster bad found tbo knife but lost my way. I Messrs G. L. Prescott, of London, Eng.; have found any fault with it. friends. He adds: ''We have rather an Grab Orchard, - - Kentucky. called at a house owned by a Mr. Gib' W. S Manning, of Wisconsin, W. II. Henry Sandifer: "I have attended a interesting meeting at Versailles, with a eon, far out on tho Joneaville, Va , road' Kiunaird, L. F. Hubble, R. L. Hubble, great uiuny gatherings of the character, fair, but not crowded attendance. I meet Piz foriale from tbe belt types of Reglttere and told thorn I was lost. Took break- and R. E. McRoberts, of Lancaster, and but this, considered in all respects is the many friends of "Lang Syne" some hap Stock. Ilreederi secured from trip best herds in several different States. Correspondence Solicited. fast with him and hired his boy to show J, D. Smith, of London. On June 20th, most enjoyable I ever took part in." plly others painfully. So it goes and mo the way to Mlddleaboro. Wo had to Considering tho rival attracton in tho ever will till tbe Devil is Dead. Then tho company was organized at Lancaster retrace our ateps to Cumberland Gap, with G. Lionel Prescott, president; W. L. special program at tho Lexington Chau- "wo shall know each other better, when more than two miles away, and then Manning, L. F. Hubble, tauqua, tho attendance from Danville h s mists have rolled away." acrosa the mountain, and alter a brisk socrctary, and W. II. Kinnaird, treasu and Stanford was quite a compliment to walk of seven miles In all, got to tho de- rer. The length of the road is 35 miles. Uustouville's reputation for hospitality MATRIMONIALJMAnERS. MUSTONYIUUE, KY. pot 20 minutes before tbo train started. and to the eminent gentlemen whospoko Rev. Hayden Kayburn married hia It has not yet been determined whether I have an immense stock of goods now arriving which will revoluTho people of the mountains are well tbo road will leave tho L. & N. at Mt. at tbo picnic. 1,270th couple Saturday at Kokorao, Ind. The prices mentioned below will seem impleased with tho ticket. Gen. Hardin is Dr. Samuel N.Scott, brother of Eth tionize the retail trade. Vernon or at tho mouth of Littlo RockTho word "agnostic" was an invena great favorite here. possible to a great many people but I will pay any one's toll coming castle River. The river route has been tion of Prof. Huxley, the English scien- elbert u. fccott. 01 this place, was mar Fontaine Fox Boiuutt. last week to Misa Em to my store and not finding them as I represent them. All of these Burvoyed and tbo Mt. Vernon route is tist who died last week, to express his ried at Somerset goods will arrive in the next few days. now being eurvoyed. If built the rivor position with regard to the Christian re- ma Horton. S. A. Fields killed his littlo boy, his woman who refused to say 1 he CJ-iOlX,d-.route thero will not bo a single tunnel on ligion of which he professed ignorance. LJJ wife and thon himself at Polo, Mo. marriage ceremony, perscholars, each of whom the road'and if built tho Mt. Vernon The word has now been incorporated in "obey" at her A good black slicker $1.25, very fine rubber coat $1.50 worth S3- Thirteen formed by Mayor Strong, of New York route, only ono short tunnel. Tho dif- all the standard dictionaries. Mens' sandals worth 75c cape Mcintosh $3.75 worth baa studied 13 years, form the 13th the other day, was a widow and the Black ference in elevation if high water maik Mrs. Catherine O'Leary, who owned class ol the Mt. Sterling, O., sandals worth 50c for 35c. Boy's knee pant suits for for 45c, Ladies' above the level of the sea, on tbo river tho cow that kicked over tho lamp that groom who said "go ahead with the bus and 3.50, worth almost double. Mens' High School. Tho superstitious will 1 can make ner," was a 65c, $1. 10, 1.40, 2.00, 2.50 route from the beginning to tho end of Btarted the fire at Chicago in 1871, which mess, mister, watch their career with Interest. suits, coat, pants and vest, $2. 50 to S7.50, worth $5 to the road as surveyed is only 134 feet in destroyed 100,000,000 of property, died widower though he seems to know very and Youth's A watermelon train was wrecked Si 5. Mens' fine suits, imported goods, elegantly trimmed and tailor tho whole distance of tho road, only on a few days ago of pneumonia. Tbo sub- littlo about about women. noar a colored church north o( A case of the Enoch Arden variety made for $12.50 to $1$, former price 18 to 25 dollars. These goods average of about four feet to tbo mile. ject of the fire waa always distasteful to Va. Tho congregation promptly ia reported from Waycross, Georgia. Dr. are equal to suits that tailors charge double the money for. Considering the almost inexhaustible ner. adjourned, and by night nothing but S ! supply of valuable coal and bard wood Vanderbllt'a yacht, Valiant, is tho Brown, who is a Frenchman, went on a rinds were to be seen in that section. visit to France, leaving his wife in Geor- Woolen dress goods in great variety of style and quality and I know timber, Bltuated aa it is in line of tho oil largest that has ever been built. She is will sell them Tho Queen & Crescent Route will sell and natural gas region, and the further SOS feet long, 39 feet wide and 10 feet gia. While there he killed a man and that I own them way down below their actual value and was sentenced to 25 years in the peniten- lower than the lowest. Don't buy your dress or silk shirt waist unin Kentucky to fact that it lies midway between two of deep tickets from all stations Six persons were drowned by the tiary. He recently completed his term the greatest railroad Bystoma in the til you see how cheap I will sell them to you. Wash Fabricks I have Cincinnati and return at one and to morn ng South, tho L. & N. on the East and the sinking of tho Lady Lee near Memphis. and returned to find his wifo, who bad in all the latest novelties, both in style and color. (are dally July 20th, I have a line of mourned him as dead, happily married trains to Augiwt Otb, account Oakley Cincinnati Southern on the West it is tostriped and figured white goods carried over from last year for Central Holiness Camp Meeting, to another man. He did not raise a row, check, Races. Ask Quoen & Crescent agents day tho most feasible location in which Ky., meets July 20th to August but quietly left, apparently heart broken half price. . lor particulars. fare for over hia fate. to build a railroad in tho South. A con- 9th, 1S95. One and Carpets and Mattings. My priceson these will surprise you. They via Queen & Crescent evBuoklln'a Arnica Salvo. tract has been mado with a construction the round trip stock. The New YorK Times calculates that are all new, not a single piece of carried over The bet salt - in. the world for cuts, oru:iei company to build tho road. A company ery day of meeting from all points be.. i t.tter. chin. r . urcs. ulcerf, sail meum, tween Cincinnati and Chattanooga in- New Yorkers expend annually about Great Bargain. A black stiff hat, the very latestshaye, for Si. 15 A In eruption. is now being organized in the North to clusive. Ask agents for particulars, no pay it puired. It U sequel Buy and sell for Cash. I positively cure piles, or (or oil and gas along the line of the W. C. Rinearson, G. P. A., Cincinnati, 15,500,000 on churches, while theaters worth 3. bore TAMES FRYE. Hustonville, Ky. absorb about 16,500,000. road, and aa oil baa recently been dis O. covered in large quantities but a short distance to the Southwest in the adjoining county of Wayne, It is confidently expected that a rich find will be discovered in both oil and natural gas along Rockcastle river, bringing fortunes to some and glid hearts to many in finding Bomothing to do in which to earn their daily bread. OF A LOCAL NATURE. Tho Watts steel plant at Mlddlcs-bor- o has voluntarily increased tbe wages of t employes 10 per cent. The Register says the city and school tax in Richmond for 1S95 amounts to J 1.92 on the SI 00. Tho city tax alono is Money, Money, Money TO n E. KIRBTT, Insuranco Agent. to-cI- WITHERS & H0CKER, -- aesas-Blnat!o- e, ii MASTIC" MIXED PAINT ee ONLY: $1.40 '.PER: GALLON. Cba-tauqu- Lan-dra- m Very Fine and Durable. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. - W. B. McROBERTS, EWS9 PAXNT9 ID FMIElSOMIFTIONBo ANCHOR : STOVES, Anchor Steel Ranges, IN THE COUNTRV, FARRIS & HARDIN BLUE-GKAS- Wads-wort- h. Duroc Jersey Red Swine vice-preside- JAMIEB F1YE U- - I 9 grad-uatin- g SS-S- Rich-inon- d, DBBSS O-OOHD- one-thi- rd mm Wil-mor- e, one-thi- rd . i.. -- -" ,- -- iThe A. K. Penny, Stanford, Ky. I it l i t : J. II. Baughman & Co. engaged several crops of wheat yesterday at GO cents. A single consignment of 12 carloads Stanfobd, Ky., - July of exceptionally flue wool was sent from Crawfordsville, Ind., to a Boston firm. It cost 14 cents a pound. At Terre Haute, Ind., James Ryan, a W. P. WALTON. blacksmith, shot and killed his wife and That Clears, at of stairs. He An electric car at Nlles, O., waB threw her down a flight men in bis profession in the country and THE TICKET. thing by killing himthen did the proper in his specialty of genito urinary troub- wrecked by an Erie Jrelght train, and self. For Governor, one person was killed and Bevera1 aules, bo was regarded as the highest Hustler Russell, formerly owned by P. WAT HARDIK, ol Mercer. thority. Dr. Palmer leaves a wife, a wouuded. W. E. McAfee, of this county, got secFor Katie Ryan, aged 14, attempted sui-- , ond money in tho daughter and two eons to whom ho was pace at R. T. TYLER, of Fulton. devoted. Uis Bona have taken to his cide by jumping in the Licking river Steubonville, O., Saturday. Bent timo The Summer Clearance Sale of the nast two weeks has been a won For Treasurer, profession and will graduate next March. near Cincinnati, because her stepmother 2:12. derful success, and is still in full blast. Our entire stock of high class K. C. FORD, oJ Ciy. The nowspaper fraternity, especially took her garters from her and refused to -- Hal Pointer, 2:04J; Hal Dillard,2:04j; summer is to be closed. For Auditor, It starts right at the front door and sweeps give them back. those who attended the memorablo d Hal Braden, 2:07,; Storm, 2:0Sjj Hal L. C. NORMAN, of Boone, At Chicago, Fredorick Hollman, a Every thread and fiber on the list for PreBS Association, will rememand Hal Traveler, all carry the blood through the entire house. For Register of the Land Office, ber what a delightful companion the doc- contractor, killed his wife, his four of "Old Traveler" and are oil great race slaughter. No mercy shown to prices, no attention paid to values, G. B. SWANGO, of Wolfe. tor was and how much he contributed to children, and then himself by turning horses. For Attorney General, the enjoyment of tho occasion. Ilo was ou the gas after all tho family save The Harrodaburg Democrat says that V. J. HENDIUCK, of Fleming Hood Worthington'd 100 acres of wheat elected an honorary member of the himself bad retired. For Secretary of Slate, At Evansville, Jas. Kuykendall averaged 23 bushels to tho acre. David body and on several occasions since has HENRV S. HALE, oi Craves. a tended its meetings. lie was a thor- while catching a game of base ball, was Walter bought three car loads of hogs at ForSupt. ol Public Instruction, ough man of the world and took delight shot and killed by Ben Sandefur, who 4 to 4c. ED PORTER THOMPSON, of Owen. in all kinds of recreations. Though 53 was a square away shooting at at a bird All the horses in tho Hamlin string Unheard of chances for bargain seekers. Superior qualities at startFcr Commissioner of Agriculture, years old. ho showed no sign of ago and on a telephone wire. with short toes and aro trappy gaited ling low prices. Ih'gger, eo ION B.N ALL, of Louisville. better and quicker returns for your money After keeping the corpse of his o Even Fantasy, a mare that was always custom never staled hid infinite variety. For Railroad Commissioner, For proof of these bargains comyears "Whis- supposed to have a remarkably long than was ever offered in Stanford. girl in bis home for five A warm hearted, honest and truo man GEO. II. ALEXANDER, of Louisville of Long Beach. Cal., was stride, now Bteps something less than 20 pare our prices with any and all others vou can find. paesed away from life, out of which be tling" Davis, For proof of For Representative, derived so much pleasure, when the arrested Tuesday, and tho body, or rath feet when going a 2:02 clip. quality examine and investigate. We have some extra values that M. K. NORTH breath left the body of Dr. Ed. Palmer. er the few bones left, buried. About 20 bushels to the acre seems we' will make special mention of: The resignation of Mr. Robert H. to be the average yield of the best crops The popnlists nominated Thomas 8. The A. P. A. did more to elect Col. Ingram, assistant to President Smith, of of wheat in Bovlo county. Squlro John 5 Dozen Unlaundcrcd Shirts for men and boys at 20c; 5 doz. SweatPettit, of Owenaboro, for governor, J. J. Walter Evans to Congress in the Louis the L. & N , occasioned some surprise in Craig sold to Anderson & Spllman about ers for men 25c, worth 50c; ladies' vests 5c, up; men's undershirts Blair, of Nicholas, for lieutenant govern ville district than the republicans and he railroad circles. It is not yet known 150 barrels of old corn at $2.75, deliveror, and completed the ticket with a lot of showed his appreciation of its services 15c, worth 35; bleached drill drawers for men 25c, worth 40c; good what Mr. Ingram's future movements ed at the mill. W. P. Givens sold his other nonentities, who were never heard by addressing an A. P. A. picnic on the will be. working shirt for men 25c; big lot of ladies, slippers worth 75c, we crop of 50 acres of n heat, not yet thresh of before and never will be again. The 4th. The colonel may be as cold as an Billy Waters, a San Franrisco pugi-li- ed, to O. O. Vanarsdall, the Hustonville arc offering for 50c; silk finished wire buckle suspenders 15c, worth nominations in some instances went beg icicle, but he doesn't forget favors of the and bar room bouncer, is now vice miller, at 75c, delivered. Tho day re ginc and it was with difficulty that a fall character he has received. 35c; a lot of light and dark Derby Hats, men's sizes, 25 and 50c; president and minister of war for For Porter Sandidgo sold his crop to the ticket could be made. There were only 100 pair cassimerc pants worth $1.50; marked down to 90c and Si. mosa, ilo won uib uigu (iusiuuu uy same gentleman at same price. AdvoNEWSY NOTES. about 125 delegates present, not a one we knocking out a gang of Chinese manda- cate. are proud to eay from this and the 11th Sam Swone shot himself to death at rins with his fist. districts. Mrs. Henry made a Btrong ef- Valparaiso, The house in Lexington in which The States voting in November for Ind., because bis girl went ) fort to get an endorsement of woman's governor and State officers are lows, Abraham Lincoln wooed and won hia back on him. rights, but the ungallant body refused to Maryland, Massachusetts, wife is now occupied by a saloon keeper, 75c, and Si. Wc wish to state a few facts in regard to the recent cut The gross earnings of tho L. it N. for Kentucky, do so. The platform is as long as your The prices have been cut extremely the year ending July 1 were flO,293,107 Mississippi, New York, Ohio, Pennsyl- and in the samo room which was then in our Clothing Department. farm and besides demanding the free and Michigan and Rhode the parlor of the dwelling house, cock low. We advise those who intend buviim a suit to look at our assort an increase of vania and Virginia. 'I his tails and eln fizzes are made. unlimited coinage of silver at 1G to 1, John Garrison, a young Robertson Island voted in April. proves to what base uses may we come ment if they want to save money on their purchase. of Great Britwithout tho county farmer, chocked to death as the It ia said that the great Studebaker at last ain, saya that National banks must be result of an attack of lonsilitis. firm of South Bend, Ind., is preparing to abolished, that additional bonds issued A great cloudburst at Red Lake, S. no into the manufacture of bicycles on .NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. by the government must not be interest D , filled a dry lake of six square miles the most extensive scale and intends to bearing, that Congress shall not stipueight inches deep with water. nut on the market, a wheel equal to the STST., late what kind of money debts shall be XTOTXCE. At Louisville, B. W. Twyman broke best, and sell it for $35. paid with, that an income tax law shall four bicycle A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, v. Campbell, of Ohio, and records by covering 40G Thoe indebted to the euate ol John M. Reid be provided for by a new constitutional will please settle with meat once and these to miles and 84 yards in 21 hours. Waller, of Connecticut, were the whom it is indebted will present their claims propT; D. RANEV, Manager. amendment and so on. The recent deA man named Gunnwald and his "long talkers" at the annual celebration erly verified to me for payment. cision in the bank tax cases is deplored wife JOHN II. FOSTER, Branch Stores. were burned to death in Chicago by of Independence Day by tho Tammany 33 Kior. John M. Held and retrenchment in every part of the Society. Letters were read from Presexplosion of a gasoline stove. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, government is demanded, even to the the aged 70, killed ident Cleveland, Senator Hill and others. salaries of the judges of OS Anthony Ghamness, reduction of the Virsaillcs, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. birds out of 100 at a shooting match In her speech before tho populist the court of appea s. Tomtit rettit is in Elwood, Mrs. Josephine convention at Louisville, Ind and won first prize. Successors to J. B. HIreim, Dealers in entirely too small to stand on such a Wiley Dallas, after being released K. Henry, the woman suffrage screecher, huge platform and he will probably get from jail at Glasgow, married the girl denounced Congressman Berry, who lost before the dog days are over. Uis took a drink before the domocratic conwhom be was charged with seducing. course in politics is another exemplificaCapt. Paul Webb attempted to ride a vention and said he had committed a po Kv. tion of the scriptural assertion that there barrel down a 300 foot chute- into Lake liticai tragedy. We will continue the coal business at Mr Hie be those who prefer to dwell in the tents on and will all times John Cunningham, an wronant, Sins' old st indcoal whicnhave will hand at promptly Couer D'Aiene, Idaho, and was killed. the very best we deliver of the wicked to keeping door for a severe was instantly killed at Winigau, Mo. We will sell strictly for cash and will make It to Chicago was visited by the house of the Lord. In other words wind storm Snnday, which did great He bad made three successful ascensions the interest of the people ol this section to pay Cash. 37 Tommy prefers very decidedly to be a damage, besidee killing several persons. during the day. The fourth time when thing to a small man big man in a small all the hides I can get Daring the first six months of this about 1,200 feet high, he cut loose, IT I V Q I "ill in a big thing. traae lor lor cam or year there were 0,570 business failures, but the parachute failed to open and his court days at :taniord or atin my home leatner on in Otten- Unless you come and look for yourself how cheap goods can be nelm. (.has. Tanner. period of body was mashed to a pulp. Dr. 0. J. Walton could not induce against 7,039 daring the same If sold. We arc determined to close many of our Summer Goods proAt Terre Haute, James Ryan, a the republican convention to nominate 1894. HOLDA9I, vided the people want them. If you do you can't afford to pass us John Chambers, a Chicago idiot, blacksmith, shot and killed bis wife and bim for auditor, to which office he would proper Is a candidate for Supeilntendant of Schools of by without examining amused himself by tearing up $3,000 in threw her down stairs, and then not have been elected, he has without what wc have and the prices we arc giving. Lincoln county, subject to the action of the De half trying been nominated for an office greenbacks and then drowned himself in ly enough, killed himself. At Spring mocracy. roveuibcr election, 1895. field, 111., George Lawson, a hotel proto which he will be elected. He has been the lake. Brown, without provocation prietor, while drunk, murdered bis wife Josh S. BURCII, named for State Senator in the district and then committed suicide. composed of Hart, Green and Larue, and in cold blood, murdered his Is a candidate for Superintendent cf Public A girl is reported to have been as- Schools of Lincoln county; subject to the action son, at Louisville, and then drowned where he is absolutely invincible. The of the Democratic party. saulted in Elliott county, by three young republicans are making a desperate effort himself. John Bakehorn, of Wabash, Ind , men, who then nailed her hands to the to capture the next Legislature by nomi during a fit of temporary insanity, shot wall of a vacant house and left her. She Are on the market to be sold. All lightweight and light colored and nating their best ana most popular men and revealed the names Attorney at Law, and it behooves the democrats to be on and killed two of his horses and crema- was discovered wash Dress Goods will be closed regardless of actual value. of her assailants, after which she died. - the alert and not be caught napping. ted them. Shoes, Hambnrgs, Lace Curtains, Light Weight UnderThe negro, "Riilroad Bill," shot and The criminals have not been found. Heretofore they have in many instances Will ac'. as Executor, Administrator and Asilgn- - wear, Straw Hats and everything for summer must go out to make Riley Watson, wanted in Lincoln let anybody have the office who would killed the sheriff of Escambia county, for murder, was capturSpecial attention given to Settlements oi Fs room for our immense fall stock which we arc even now beginning to take it, but the day seems to have passed Ala., making the second sheriff of the county, W. Va., as Attorney and bale and Division of ed at Gallipolis, O. Watson, who is a ales, Lands. in many Kentucky counties, when a dem- county he has slain. nlants' buy. If you need these goods don't delay but come at once and get Office on Lancaster St. overSupt. W. K. daughter of Robert notorious desperado, and killed two men The ocratic nomination was equivalent to an what you need. 90 fued, treacherelection, and good men must be put up or Lancb, of Columbus, O., fell headfore- in the Hatfield-McCo- y most into a kettle of "boiling water and ously shot and killed bis best friend the tables may be turned all around. over an imaginary last Wednesday was scalded to death. grievance. The Tennesse adventists convicted The Baltimore Sun nominates John -:- G. Carlisle for president and Senator for working on Sunday were fined from FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Jo to $8.50 each. All refused to pay as a Gray, of Delaware, for Ky. Carlisle is the greatest of living states- matter of principle, and all went to jail. M. F. Elkin bought of W. A. Coffey nephew of the a couple of heifers at tic. A men and there is no honor that could be 3 conferred upon him that he would not Goulds, living at Philadelphia, has been Alix, 2:03J, trotted an exhibition 1895 worthily wear, but wo fear the time has arrested on tho charge of breach of milo at St. Joseph, Mo., in 2:073. Primary, Preparatory and Collegiate Departnot come for the rest of the country to promise, brought by a professional nurse. Hides now bririK 0 cents a pound. ments Scientific, Classical and Special Course ot accept Southern men for the highest ofThe wages of laborers all over the They Bold at 3J this time laBt year. fctudy. fices in the gift of the people. Kentucky, country are being increased. The Pulland Elocution. Angle D. broke the track record at hchools of Music, Alt, French a specialist in her licit teachers employed, each I am now selling Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced prices and however, is for the secretary first, laBt man Palace Oar Co. is the latest to give Lima, O , by pacing a milo in 2:11 J. own Department. Hoarding pupils under the direct supervision of on easy monthly payments, or any other terms to suit the and all the timo. its employes an increase of 10 per cent. purchaser R. H. Crow sold to John Johnson, teachers. For further information, address Mrs. Abraham Wilson, of Parkers-burbest. I give special attention to mail orders and carry as fine a line hogs at 4c. of Boyle, 28 220 pound WILLIAM S HELTON. President. 34 The president has appointed Prof. W. W. Va., gaye birth to four boys. of goods as can be found any where in the land. L. Moore to fill the vacancy occasioned The The wheat yield in Central Indiana little fellows are all of the same CONDITION OKTHK- I am selling SEWING MACHINES cheaper than I have ever by the removal of Chief of Signal Ser- weight and appear to b6 perfectly will not exceed four buahela per acre. vice Harrington. The appointment is healthy. A. G. Faulkner sold to Montio Fox a FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. sold them before. Give me a call and be convinced. strictly in line of civil service, as the cattle at Gen. Guerra, the insurgent leader, s small bunch of JS? Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel. AT STANFORD, professor has been an employe of the was killed in Cuba. Eighty others were 3c. At the close of business June 39. 1895. Mrs. Margaret Portman will be in charge of the store, but in taking bureau for 21 years. He is a republican killed in battle. The Spanish governO. Bishop sold to D. C. Terhune, of and 41 years of age and is said to be the ment has borrowed $120,000,000 to be us- Mercer, an extra good mare mule colt this position does not give up her class in Music, but will continue RESOURCES. Lsans and Discounts most proficient man in the service. $7Ji8o 30 teaching as before. for $42.50. Address ed in putting down the rebellion. 3,774 53 Halraa, the great derby winner, will Overdrafts bonds A mob took Robert Bennett out of Stocks and a girl again, making three that 1021 30 It's not start at Oakley, but will likely be Due fiom Hanks 33.354 9 have been born to Mr. and Mrs. Grover tho pulpit at a church near Lake Cityi Hanking house and lot rested up until fall. 5.500 00 Cleveland. The interesting event occur- Fla., and hung him for an alleged assault Soo 00 Furniture and fixtures R. H Bronaugh returned from Cinon a white woman. He was conducting red at Buzzard Bay, Mass., Sunday after18,497 37 cinnati Friday, where he Bold a car load Cash noon and mother and babe are doing a protracted meeting at the time. 5338,884 61 At Doswell, Va, Edgar Phillips of slop cattle at 4 70 and one of hogs at well. The dispatch says that Grover LIAI1ILITIES. stabbed and killed his wife, seriously 41. Capital wore a smile of satisfaction, but we sus100,00000 McDowell in his Surplus stock paid In, in cash Commissioner fund pect he begins to feel that the uniformi- wounded bis eon, who came to his moth "i74 4 er's assistance, and then cut open his monthly report eBtimates that to per Individual Deposits - 109,134 03 ty of box is a little too unanimous. 10,396 53 cent, will be the full average of the Due to Hanks own abdomen, inilicting fatal injuries. Fund to pay taxes 346 8a Harrodaburg Sayings has kicked watching a funeral procession wheat yield in Kentucky. The fly and While The havoc. OatB is $338,884 i out of the democratic traces and turned at New Decatur, Ala., a 10 year-olboy rust have been playing 1b .$9,356 19 its coat of many colors. We dislike to fell from a tree and was killed. His above the average and corn much im- Gross earnings last six months Distributed: see a good man go wrong, but in this grandfather, who was ill, died of the proved. Expenses I', 355 59 A good crowd attended court yester- Dividend No. 10 case we are not sorry enough for shock caused by the news of the acci6.000 00 day but buBlnees was generally dull. Fund to pay Taxes 750 00 lachrymatiou. This is a free country dent. A bloody riot in which one man was There were only about 25 cattle on the Carried to surplus 150 60 and if a man wants to wallow in filth, $7,336 19 1,200 pound steers killed and a number were fatally wound- market. A few we have no right to say him nay. I, lohti 11. Owsley, cashier of the above named Call and See Them. ed, occurred in Boston on the Fourth brought 3c. The rest were mountain Dank, do swear that the foregoing statement is The railroads will make a rate of one during a parade, because of a display of cattle and were not Bold. Plug horses true to the best of my knowleuge and belief. j. cent a mile to the G. A. R. encampment an A. P. A. emblem, the little red school- - brought from $13 to $20 and brood mares Sworn to before me by 11. mvsL.br, uasmer,u.y J. !i. Owsle' i house. W. M. IlRIGHT, N. P. L, at Louisville next Fall. 3,l8;s. from $30 to $48. Semi-Weekly Interior Jourral At ClarksviHe, Tonn., burglars robthe tragic death of Dr of Louisville, carries sor- bed a safo and extracted, in addition to Ed K. Palmer, row to tho hearts of bis legion of frionds money, 110,000 worth of notes. Three negroes were hanged Friday all over the State. While taking a tpin 9, 1985 on his bicycle Friday night, he collided from tho same scaffold at Mayersvllle, with another rider and was thrown Miss., for tho murder of Dr. King. Ex-GoJones, of Ala., Bays that headforemost against the curbstone, fracturing his akull and producing death State will follow tho oximplo of Kenin a few hours. Lie was of tho foromost tucky and declare for sound monoy. The news of fl Glearanee Sale LOUISVILLE : v. Lieutenant-Governo- r, STORE, free-for-a- ll ro flu-for- -- Not a Thought of Profit Now. lit-tl- st bo-fo- SUMMER COAT & VEST 50C THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STAXTFOHD, Ex-Go- ex-Go- v. R. R. Noel & Son, of Coal, Stanford, All Kinds - Yon Gannotpoai. f uiiyuu. JAMES F. W. WaLLaos E. Varnon, Kentucky. Summer Suits and Light Weight Clothing. Low-quarter- Stanford, ed McCla-ry'soSl- ce. STANFORD College, Female HUGHES & TATE. vice-preside- nt. newly-marri- ed Stanford, Fall Session Opens Sept. PIANOS and ORGANS. g, -- 1,200-poun- d P. H. IDOL, Stanford. Ky. SUMMER CLOTHING d LIGHT AND DARK COLORS. Flannel, Worsted, Luster. H. : J. : M'ROBERTS. --- ,.; mtitMimgrntjm Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal - WitxN wo say cash, we mean caah. R.Noel A Son. R.( Oils, paints, varnishes, etc., at Craig A Hocker'a, the Now Cwti Drug Store. ""N"ft"5rf", S Excursion. Ed Emory is here drumming for a colored excursion to LouisJ1 J II ville from Stanford, July 21. Train will You are in need of spectacles and wo leave at 5:30 a. m , arriving in Louisville E. C. Walton, Business Manager can fit you. Danks, tho Optician. about 0:30; returning, leave Louisville at rato' 1.75. Special A good second-han- d portablo 10im Round-tri- p PERSONAL POINTS. coach for white people. A good band engine for aalo cheap. B. K. Wearcn. will furnish music for the excursion-istMas 0. J. Nkwlanu is down with a Lay aside your coal the first of tho Blight Attack o fever. wwk, but bo sure you also lay aside the Mas. Jennie Wolfe, of Danville, la tho money Tub Law N. G. Judge Saufley has to pay for it Saturday. R. It, gueatofMra.T.J. Hill. decided in conformity with n majority Noel A Son. Mies Ovix Moons, of Caaoy, ia visiting decision of the court of appeals iu tho her sister, Mrs. Ed Wilkinson. Please call at once and pay me what World's Fair bill, that the local option Mibb Macioik Uoi'i'GR, of Perryville, is you owe. I really need the money to law, under which the election was held the guest of Mrs. U.S. Withers. pay my debts and I hope you will not in this magisterial district, was unconMibs Julia Moohe, of Middlesboro, is Hsk me to wait longer. II. C. Rupley. stitutionally passed, so unless the higher tho guest of Miss Montie Harris. J. S. Ghimks' bank at Eiizibethtown, court reverses itself, prohibition does not Mr. M. Samnoku wna up from tho city prevail in the district except in Stanford yesterday helping the boys In hia store. the First National, declared a dividend which held a separate election under Miss Molmk Uauoiikrtv returned of 3 per cent. It earned $5,551173 in the tho new law, about which there is no Sunday from a visit to friends at Jellico. last six months on a capital of $75,000. question of validity. Recently the court Mug, Mattix Nkvil'b and daughter A rain, which was pretty general over of appeals decided in tho cases against T. Halllo, nro visiting Mis). Sin Cozatt in the Statu, lull Sunday, and did a world of L.Shelton at Rowland that an electiou Parksville. good. It was very sultry yesterday, but held in a magisterial district affected tho Mibs Dora Stkauii has returned from cooler, fair weather is promised towns embraced in it and that the trus Bollva-Tenn., whero she has been sevtees of Rowland had no right after that Pocket Book John G. Lynn, Jr., and an election to grant license. The ques eral months. Misses Susie Biiinklbv and Catherine Lynu Carr found a pocket book with tion of the validity of tho law was not Waddle, of Somerset, nro visiting Mips money in it yesterday, which they left at raised, hut since the indictment of Judge this office, where the owner can get it by Sheltou Sue Willio Hale. in 25 cases at the last court, au describing. Mk. U. B. Faiihib, tho clover proprieagreed case was submitted to Judge Sauf tor of tho Glemmens House, Danville, o Having secured the services of Mr. ley and the constitutionality ot tho was hero yesterday. Lewis U. Bellebaum, an expert pharmaof tho law will be tested. In the Mn, and Mia. Will Severance left cist, we are prepared to fill prescriptions meantime the saloons will continue to Saturday to visit the family of Mr. James day or night. Accuracy guaranteed. run, if tho county judge will grant them A. Pickett in Shelby. " Craig A Hocker. license, which is not likely as be had reJ. T. Jonkb, of the firm of Jones Bros , 9 9 fused to do eo on the application of Judge has returned from an extended business We have some accounts on our books Sheltun. If the court of appeals sustrip to the mountains. for which we have waited long and pa- tains I'h'-.- l and Judge Sauiley, tho disMr. 11. C. Xunnkllky and .Miss Man-ni- e tiently and now wo Bay to those who trict if in the same condition as before Kunnelley, of Georgetown nro with owo them that they must bo paid. A the el ction was held and another will their Kunnolley relatives in this county. hint to wise people is suilicient. Hughes have iu be ordered i( the local optioniBts MriH. II. I). Gremoiiy, of Grayson, with A Tate. so decide and petition the county court her pretty daughter, Catherine, are 1'rof. L. C. Boslky was appointed au in the prescribed manner. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I. examiner by Supt. Miss Kate Blain, in Bailey. Linnietta Snti.s as. Those who en 11. Holmes, and ho and MibsssBillkGivk.ns and Mattio Al- place of Ciiaa. joyed the 4th at this pleasant resort, and 23 teachers Fricorn, nf Hustonville, visited Mrs. Bettie II, S. Young examined day and Saturday. There were 37 nt tho many did as tho accompanying list of McKinneyand Miss Annlu McKinney names shows, had every reason to conottier examination. last week. gratulate themselves on their good forThe yonng ladies of the Presbyterian Col. Wm. Siiklton, the now principal Somerset's champion bicyclist, Robert tune. A sumptuous dinner and supper church will have a social on tho College -of Stanford Female College, is here getE. Adams, finished third in Princo Wells' were spread and Oapt. Richards was in grounds Friday evening next. Music by ting acquainted with tho peoplo and ar- 10 mile road race at Louiivilie. Walter his glory dispensing good things and Deckelmann'e orchestra. Refreshments ranging to move. Stout, of Owensboro, was first and C. 11. good cheer. The prize competition drew will bo served from 7 to 11. Admission R. Lie Davis, a former Stanford boy Collier, of Bowling Green, second. Tho a large crowd of dancers and the contest 25cte. and a good writer, has resigned his positime was 25:10 and there were S5 start- - was quito exciting. Six couples who went tion on the Richmond Register to go eis. The booth privileges of the Casey from Stanford participated: Mr. and MrB. 9 i. ii back to school touching. G. L. Tenny, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Keller, County Fair will be sold to the highest It is customary for newspapers to Ia Receiving His A riCTUnx of Mies Mary Clay Thompmake a big blow when thev buy a new Jr., Robert Bruce and Miss Jennie Dick- bidder at Liberty, July 15, county court son appears in the Courier-Journa- l of say inson, JeffYeager and Miss Salllo Bent-le- day. Tho Fair will be held Aug. 2S to : : : Sunday, which is a real carricature of the preBs, but wo are too modest even to George Dunn and Miss Sue Willie 30 J. Boylo Stone, president; M. K, that we have just put in one of tho finbeauty of that charming young lady. Hale, Wallace W. Withers and Misa Humphrey, secretary. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. Juiwx II. J. Brickinrhmib, of Dan- est and latest improved presses, bought Mary Davis Dudderar and W. B. McKin while we were Iu Chicago, that ie in any Perry-maThe lecture of the Rev. G. W. ville, waH hero in a law suit several dayB ney and Misa Ophelia Thompson. There night, at Hustonville, last week. Mrn Breckinridge was with office in the State outside of Louisville. wero two waltzes. After tho first all but him and they were guests of the 8l AsA oooi) delegation from this place will four couples, Mr. Keller and wife, Mr. 10th, will be in tho Presbyterian church aph. and not in the Baptist as stated. "Wan1'Ror. and Mm. M. G. Thomson, of attend the bicycle races at Danville next Dunn and Miss Hale, Herbert Price and tedA Man" is the subject and it is said Christian College, were hero Saturday to Thursday and several of our boys aro Miss Brewer and Mr. McKinney and Miss to be both humorous and instructive. are Thompson wero ruled out and in the sec have their catalogues printed. There will entered for the contest. Tho prizes Frob-maond tho judges decided in favor of the bo some changes in the faculty next ses- liberal and aa our friend, Mr. J. L. Old Cake. Mre. Waveriey Hamilton is one of the promoters of tho en- latter couple, who are entitled to a week's left at this office yesterday a liberal sam&SjP sion. Mn. W. M. Boole, of Now Orleanr, terprise, we predict It will be a success board each. Miss Thompson has the ple of a black cake that she passed through to Lancaster yesterdny to reputation of being one of the most made two years ago. It was aa nice and started in the nine? Sam Emiiry, join his wife at Mr. W. II. Wherritl's. graceful dancers in the State and every- as good as you ever stuck a tooth into, .AT. He Is not so fleshy hb when he held mile race at Winchester and wm in the body knowa what a pretty foot Walker and the wine she brought along to waah lead, when his wheel broko down. Bedown the depot agency here. McKinney shakes. Tho following per- it down was Mr. T. 0. Adams, of tho Richmond sides wrecking bis wheel, young Embry sona were present, many of whom are Wx are indebted to Bro, F. P. Pantagraph, was hero vesterday raking was badly scarred and bruised up. He still enjoying the delights of the springs: rank of Phil, Casey county, for a good A pretty girl was more the is a very fast rider and promises to in ducata. Stanford. Misa Isabolle Bailey, P. M. magnet than the desire for money, wo some day with the cracks of the coun- McRoberts, W.G. Welch and wife, Judge report of the Hustonville picnic, bat it try. suspect, however, that drow him here. M. 0. Sauiley and wife, G. L. Penny and came after the one which we print. He Mn. Thomas II. Shanks left Sunday We'll wager that this ofllco prints wife, R M. Newland, J. W. Hocker, J. was delighted with tho events of the for Niagara Falls, Boston and other more picnic bills than any other print- H. Yeager and wife, Miss Sue Will Hale, day, which he says was a grand and glorpoints. While at Boston ho will attend ing establishment in the country. One G. B. Dunn, Misses Pattie Alcorn, Adele ious one, enjoyed by everyone present. the Christian Endeavor Convention. He day last week it got out threo sets of Feland, Mary Bruce, J. W. Alcorn and was joined at Danville by Rev. George them and tho first thing the next morn- wife, Miss Kato Alcorn, Mrs, A.T. Wath-en- . The county court was rather barren of Spokes, Tires, Bolts, Horse Shoes, ing an order came in for more. The reaGowen, of Lancaster. Miss Nettie Wray, B items yesterday. The liquor license of R. 0. Warren, Hahhy Giovannoli attended the sons for sending work to this ofiice aro H. DankBand wife, MissSillie Bentley," W. B. Wright at Hnstonvillo wbb transpicnic and wrote it up in great numerous and apparent. W. W. Withers, Misa Mary Dudderar, It. ferred to Wright it Burns and the will of stylo for the Advocate. It was the John M. Reid was probated. It divides Portmistkh Rout realizes to his sor- T. Bruce, R. 0. Englenihn, W. G. Burton, his estate equally among his five chil Jouiinal'b busy day and it could row thb truth of the adage that a miss is Di. A. S. Price, James Saulhy, Miss &c, &c, not spare a BtalT reporter, but n local dren, after each is charged with amounts good afl a mile. Ho just lacked $35 of Ophelia Lackey, J. W. Rout, Jr , Misses as Bcriho kindly furnishes us with the incl-- , Bessie Richards, Georgio Wray, MrB. II advanced. John B. Foster is appointed reaching tho limit of Bales for a $ 1.400 dents of the memornblo day, executor without security, a decided salary ami ho lose? 1100 thereby. There Lammers und Mies Eva, E D. Scott, J. Mns. J. M. liuiuiARD left Friday for would B. Bailov, Miss Clara Lackey, Carroll compliment to his honesty and integrity, aro many peoplo in town who First Week in June. and he qualified as such. her homo in Memphis with tho good bought that amount ot stamps hud Bailey, W. B. McKinney, W. II. Wear-e- n wishes of many friends made during her have wife, Mrs and wife, G. C. Keller and how near Bnd vet bo far The Moreland I'nion Sunday school stay here. She is a highly educated and they known J. E. Portman, W. F. Sheridan, G. T. will bo given a low rate excursion to was from reaching the goal. accomplished lady and the profession of Lackey, Mrs. Stephen Burch and Mies Cincinnati and return via the Queen & teaching Ioscb a shining light in her reMibs Kate Blain has received the last Essie, J. II. Uurton, It J. Yeager, John Crescent Route Tuesday, July 23rd, con tirement because of five per cent, duo teachers and is ready Hale, Chas. Green, Arch McKinney, ducted by Messts. Bert Shewmakcr and Puor. J. M. Huiiu inn received n to disburse. She tella us that she has Embry Beazloy, Geo. Farris, MIbb Mollie Saturday that ho hnd been unan- engaged Prof. W. E. Lumley, of Pulaski, Wright, John Lynn, A. P. Hubbard, George L. Carpenter, at $2.25 round trip. imously elected over 14 applicants to Tenn., the Bame gentleman who per- Thos. Dalton and wife, MIbs Sudie Ri- Children under 10 years $1.25. Train tho presidency of tho Howard Female formed a like service hero last year, to ley, W. 0. Shanks, Misses Sue and Beps will leave Moreland at 5:45 a. m. and rem. Mr. Carpenter says those College at Gallatin, Tenn., and it ia like- conduct the Institute this year and has WoodB, U. Rowan Saufiey and MiBS Sue turn at 9 who wish to get on at other stations can Will have open and ready for inspection this (Friday) evening the ly that ho will accept. The professor fixed August 5th for it to begin. The Ogilvio. lasgest stock of Summer do so by notifying him and having their ranks very high in his profession as a law requires it to continuo five days. Danville. N. W, May and wifo, John tickets stamped at Moreland. teacher as well as a man of fine execuA. Herron, W. B. Thomaa and Wife, J. Bank. Tho longed talked of bank at tive ability and tho compliment of his Reid Letcher, J. U. Letcher, W. I. LetchThe case of the Stuart heirs against election to the presidency of this insti- Liberty lis now a fixed fact. Messrs. er, T. P. Embry, G. W. Chestnut and Mr. Thomas McRoberts was decided by George E. Stone and G. A. Prewitt were tution ia as great rb it ia deserved. R. L. Salter and .Tidge Saufiey Saturday in special session of wife, Misa Chestnut, hero Saturday to examine tho G. N. Price, Sidney and judgment for about $10,000 in money wife, U. H. Price, CITY AND VICINITY. tho Farmers Bank A Trust Co., after Otter, W. S. Lawhill, II. J. Smith, Misa and several thousand in land notes renChoice wedding presents. Danks, the which the Casey institution, which will Mamie Brower, T. N. Roberta, A. L. dered against him. Mr. McRoberts qualbe a State bank, will be modeled. Tho Jeweler. Denny. ified on this estate when ho was sherifif amount of capital has not yet been deLebanon. -- Misses Annie Spalding, of this county 50 years ago, and was unThy tho cosh plan with Severance & cided upon, but it will bo olther 25,000 Pearl Cleaver. Josio Putman, Mary Bur der the impression that he had Bottled it Ever in Stanford. The following is a part of the many good things. Sou this Bix months. or 150,000. ton, Mrs. Cleaver, W. S. Card well and up and still is, consequently he will api China dinner boib cheaper than any I am now out of tho coal business, wifo, F. Ray and wife, T. It. Spalding, peal from tho decision. Messrs. It. P. whero elso at Danks'. having rented and sold my house and Ed L. Englaud, E. J. Crouch, J. T. Leav-el- l, Jacobs and Hill & McRoberta representteamB to MeesrB. R. R. Noel A Sou, and I W. G. Spencer, Len Spalding, Oscar ed him and Judge It. J. Breckinridge White duck vesta and pants and neck- desire to thank my customers for tho Bowman. and Col. Welch the plaintiffs. wear in great variety at W. II. Shanks.' " liberal patronage they have given mo. Louisville. Misses Scott and Moore, Attemited Suicide. Mrs. G. B. FonYour account ia ready and I must have I also wish to commend to the people of Mra. A. A Stateler, 0. L. Holmes, J. E. money. Please call and settle. W. B. Stanford and vicinity my BucceBaore, who Chilton, Miss Ophelia Thompson, Robt. da, who lives with her huBbond near Kingsville, attempted Biiicide a few days aro Christian gentlemen and who will Davis, R. 0. Kennedy, T. M. Bowman. McRoberte. handle the very bet coal at tho lowest Lexington. J.S. Stoll and wife, MisseB since by drinking carbolic acid. Tno acid Your account is duo and ready for possible price. J. B. Higelns. ) Addio and Christine Stoll, M. T. Lylo was considerably diluted, however, and 9 you. Please call and Bottle without and wife. Geo. Stoll, Miss Salllo Baker, by the aid of physicians her life wbb While returning from a visit to a . M. S. A J. W. Baughman. saved. Mrs. Fonda's mind has been out neighbor a fow nighta ago, tho buggy iu S. 0. Stofer. Misa Jennio Dickinson, Middieaboro; of balanco for several weeks and sho had Jon lot of lamps, China cups and sauc- which were Miss Molllo Hubbard and ers, pocket books and ladies' purses at Owen Yandoveer, Jr., turned over, Misa Beesio Washburn, Chicago; Wm. said frequently that she intended to decost at Craig & Hocker'a New Cash Drug throwing tho occupants out with much Feland, Mrs. Alice Willis, Mrs. Wm. M. stroy herself. Several years ago she had a similar attack and attempted to kill Store. force. Besides being badly bruised and Irvine, Richmond. Come early. John E. Patrick, Jackson; T. A. Lee, herself by cutting a fearful gash across I bhall attempt to collect every ac- scratched, Miss Hubbard had one of her MiBS Crone, Cavo City; W. her throat with a razor. Sho is about 47 count on my books after July 1st. In- -i arms broken. Her companion was suffi- Covingtou; accounts due ciently fortunate to escape unhurt. Both Leochman, Harry Thompson, Spring- years old and has several grown chilterest will be nddod to all dren. field. parties live in the East End. Jan. 1, 1895. H. J. McRoberte. 3tanfohd, Kv., - Jpi.y Ghxai' wheat for chicken feed at 9, 1895 H. Baughman A Co's. J. the most important thing in life is to know when to f iorego an aavannage. t.n VnmATiiTcr Tr"hcm fen aQii7o art oSnrfvnriif;Tr o. FOOD FOR THOUGHT. to-d- ay , pas-sag- So is our line of goods, for we endeavor to select good and nicely made goods and offer the public the benefit of our knowledge. Call on us and judge for yourself. Our prices are low, for we bought these goods when opportunity was given us and therefore the advantage is yours. The best Clothing ever offered in this section of the country. Look at our $7.50, $10 and'$12 Suits. It will pay you. Our Children's Department is full of goods at low prices also. THB GLOBE Co., vis-itin- g m Strictly One Price Clothing House: J. L. Frohman & Danville, Ky. H.G.RUPLEY,-- m y, SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. n WJEBJLDIN(& n, Jr, PJt EBEMT tip-to- p. Com-bes- t, DANKS, THE JEWELER. Wagon Material, Rims, Rasps, Nails, Hammers, Hus-tonvil- lo In-tiiu- AT MlEDlLTOEilD) PlrMCJESo W. H. "WEAREN & CO. m Mr-Ro- die-pat- ch m by-la- wa French Percales, Jaconet Duches, Cordele Organdies, do-la- m Scotch Lawns, Darro Dimities, Ginghams, &c. SEVERANCE & SON. Wl'i rJHr- -' Ts" O I- ' TTT"'" AT llli Y-KAI- Ml Pnbltahed Every Tuoaday and Friday sea? j flrnmmarioss, nnt it TTorkcL Indianapolis was very quiet Sunday, When the train stopped, a man with owine to the enforcement of the IS'ichol whiskers got aboard and noticed, with ' fi0n law. Thousands went to the woods, ravclcr' t,mt cvcry j many takinK kega of beer that had been filled HI Oi MiMitfS-sii- i ' remarked, as he put his valiso down by WWhen not sopaid S2.60 will b charged." the water tank. Tho boy with hair K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. sprang to his feeU, reached them, and dashed through tho car door. Tho man nd 3 " Trains leave Manfod at yt$ with tho whiskers hlippod into tho p. m. arriving at 4:30 p ra. and 0 vacated seat. L. &1N. LOCAL TIME CARD. "Tito man run over the tracks, just ahead of tho engine," ho explained. . upra . No. u. Train coins North " .,. 11 ljira "It didn't hurt him any." N. Y. No, t6. " 3 t drab-colored S3 PJKR, IT ADVANCK P- - No, No. 15, if, " South ... r. iioinn 13 P in "Was it cool whor you spent your vacation?" Train 1 pan Junction City as follows: "Cool? I should say It was. I went No. t South ......11.48 a m No a North ...3.3(1 p m " 3 " M....lM5m " 4 ...1.3 pm away for a couple of days, and returned " 3 ' " 11. 3$ am " 6 ..iijam .., I m unexpectedly. I found tho old farmer " -- ....840 pm "jo ' 9 N'os. 5 and 6 and 9 and to run no fur wearing one of my shirts and my straw Notk. ther than Junction City, nor on 8 inday. hat; his two sons away at a picnic in my best clothes; and his wlfo straining jelly through my white flannel coat; and all they said was: 'Wo hain't been expectin' yo 1mm so soon.' It was tho coolest family I ever struck." Life, M I QUEEN & CRESCENT. rrlRlil. ROYAI ChnKrln. When a worrmn n secret ha to keep, And proud she Is to show It, Naught makes her madder than to find That no ouo wants to know It. Judge. THE LADY A'I TIIK LIMES. troRedy P1" side tho city. Bethe Oolson, the Trigg county desperado killed last week, appears to have been a holy torrcr and if reports be true hip taking oil wbb by no means too soon, The HopkinBvillo Now Era prints a statement for Cadiz that Colsou has killed 11 Ilo was men during his brief career. only 31 years old. Burton Gills shot and killed Robert Gills owed Keen, near Edmonton. money nnd the latter went Keen some to Gills' bouse to demand payment. Gills asked Keen to go to a neighbor's house with him, where ho could get the monoy, and on the rond fired five shots into the unsuspecting man. The town of Winona, Mo., was wip ed out by a cyclone Saturday. Eleven people were killed outright and many wounded. A water epout followed and the ground was covered four feet in On the same day Baxter SprliigrJ Kas., Buffered severely from a cyclone, five j eraona being killed and much properly destn yed. in a road-hous- tot o out- - In Poor i Health - Green Briar FOR SALE. to Springs DB. "W. B. Dentist. Office on Main W. S. Uurch. PEITN-S1- , Persons dulrlrg a place of this kind will find It thtlr advantage to call on or address, MRS. MARY K. SLAUGHTER, Crab Orchard, Ky. 4 $&&&& : Stanford, t Ky. I'ost-Om- THE BASTIN HOUSE, Crab Orchard, Ky. Meet all Trainf.nlght and day Patron taken to any part of town Ftce ef Charge. Good Strtet, Opposite the M c Alt t Law Newland, Deputy Sherlll. means so much more than you imagine serious and fatal diseases result from trifling- ailments neglected. Burob. c& STewland. day Livery Attached, n-m Fare ef Hetel J1.00 per A. II ItASTIN, Prep. Conoral Colloctors, Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kentucky We effer our icmIoi to the public to do a gtn era I Collecting UtmineM. Accounts, butrs, etc 11 4in collected in all parts ol the county. NOTICE I Don't play with Nature's greatest gift health. : Brown's A A sJA J v M ! iTT.n nausieu, nervous, hate no appetite and can't otk, begin at oncetak. Ing the most reliable strengthening ties cure- - benefit -- If j ou are feeling ntil ofsrii IK and generally ex- - in ing decided to mote ta my sierr-nsw-se StanlnrU, Ky., I have a detiraMe stare-SMol Kwib. which I will sell the butlneta portion er rent at a reasonable price. For information apT. C. HALL. ply to, Doliorn nt "Z"our Cattlo. ilroun's Iron Kit teri, A few bot. UIUI- medicine. hlch Is wa-te- r. SLm . I I I itam tmr ttitk, and It's pleasant to take. 'r erv ..flit II1V first dose 1 J " I 4U gn to any place where there are six or mate cattle te t rhera I do the werk with the Ughlnlrg IMioraer Can dehorn any cow In three wstds. The knife makes a clean, smooth AT LANCASTER, KY. cut. de s set crush Mr bteak the hern, as the humane way t dethe clipper dw. ttlsthcnly animal like the saw, (las Stere Room fo fret dtrn, punish the horn lit latest modern shelvlBf. a, I new d tlt.autt) well ss quick again fer dry gtds,c)tkiRg st 4xt Cn aed the wvund (tts For further Icfermstlon,as that made call trally located on the Public atn the en by the sawU. A. I'KY I t).V, Stanroril, Kv. Tcmw ssh! prfee tUkt. Cash itpt of the ton See the Lightning Ftunisf Hook. 101, m It FOR; RBHT, frt, Sst, Addieti It, rtA1ON, for Iaater i POWDER Absolutely PuroJ der. i. fr&F1P2tW 1. 1K J9'AZUtl U A cream stiength. of tarter baking pow Highest of all in leavening Latest United States txovernment rood Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 Wall Stroot, New York. John I). Cattleman. A. O. Lanhsrs ROYAL Insurance Gompaej OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE &CASTLEMAJS MANAGERS, Sbo's like tho lilies of the field. As fair nnd freo from sins. And yet there Is one difference. She tolls not, but she spins. Kiunev and Liver On Tuesday, July 30th, tho Chesauv5ncnaia. Neuralgia, Troubles, peake and Ohio will run a special train J fnnitlit.ttnn n., UIUUU of Pullman palace sleeping cars nnd day wviio.ifruiivil, &uu I)ln.l Alnlarla, Nervous nllmcnt.i j coacheafrom Lexington to Old Point Women's complaints. Comfort, leaving at 4:30 i M. and.&nrrlv. fS( Otltv K ctltlltiavlt rrs-Jhr at Old Point early next afternoon, in r Unci on the wrainvcf. All nlhrn sre iuh. V refreshing plunge in tho surf Btllutf!. Ori trilliiflf lun ts time for a uill ftrrul ftrt nf Ten Wnrbl't "l Bound trip ticketB will before Bupper. 1'H.lr lsiB.'ti nnii IwvtV.fr r norAj ruruirii n nutniAne PnU. besold at il3, good to return until Auunwi.n vi'biRiwtwvw, ltilMUn(, AJ gust 17th. Stopovers will be granted at any Btation on return trip. Special bo made at NATIONAL BANK , Hotel and also to New York, Washing-tonOF STANFORD KY. Virginia Beach ami at the surround ing resorte. A trip to Old Point Com- Capital Stock- fort oflordB a greater variety of rccrea-in- n ami nniovment than any other re Surplus Write a postal for descripAttention of the public is invited to the fsc sort known. Ihatthisii the only National Bank Stanfose tive circular giving full information. Under the provisions of the National in Bank are secured not only by the capital towns. Special rates from all stock, but by 'the stockholders liability lor aa Gkorqb v arney, amount equal to the slock, so that depositors ol this institution arc secured by a fund of Sao,cc Dis't. Pabs. Agent, Lexington, Ky. Five sworn statements of the condition of the bank It Cures V N..MI.,ki,C!ks K tar Ladies. X am new ready to deliver ice ICE I Sl:k is fill aai you willil Water, Light and Ice Comrany'a Faetory from the Manferd f k i(n Rev.;Oco. W. F. Price, D. D., Prcs., At 40 Cents Per Hundred Pounds Iilrs. S. 0. Truoheart, Former- And over andc a pntind for to pounds and up to 100. ly of Stanford, Ky., Lady Prin- Hill due sat of each mwuth E. IIKEMER, Manftrd. cipal. 1 itfA Three IlullJirgi. room fer oo Wattle! Faculty I'atioHsee of o OtKceri, Toacher and Leclurrrs. ly from entire Nouth. I'nirilegrs in Vandetbdt Gym-nanuMulc (.'onser story Artmdl Fine 1S93. TO THE I.ADIE3 My Millinery Spring Hat. I CaH ill FIRST Elevatoia Send for Catalogue. I'senjer Term kegins si-jr- a aot eaamine aid sure to buy a new S200.000 w. s. bttkcb:, Attornoy at Law, l - MISS LICCIE nEAZLEY, Stanford, Kv 21,300 Stanford, - Kentucky. TEE XjAEXES : blue-Rrae- s OUce on t.aacaiter Street, oppaiitc the Court House Collections rceive especial attention IS CORDIALLY INVITED -- N. Y. World. - Oommerco Building, Louiavillo here's twenty dollars which I have saved by giving up smoking. I wish you would take it and get some experienced housekeeper to teach you how to cook. It Went fir Cnr l"ur. Mr. Newwed (wearily) 3- dear, Agents throughout the South. W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Ajont, STANFORD, KY. .IK VOU ARK GOING...... r HOHTH or A ilMHItll WEST, other men in the world whom you have ever met? Miss Paseo (with unlooked-fo- r frankness) Ho asked mo to bo his wife. Tit-Bit- s. ted. The Directory of this Back is King's New Dis- Forcstua Itetd, Lincoln county; composed For a quarter ol a century Dr. and the radhens who have covery ha been teited S. T. Harris, Lincoln; received benefit from iu use testily to Its wonderJ. II. CoJiiei, Lincoln; ful curative powers in all dtxaies of the TBrtat ha stood the Chest and Lungs. A remedy that universal satisIVhut I)ltliiKulhi! Him. J. W liajdtn, Stanford; so long and that has given so test S. II. Ilaughman.1 Lincoln; Miss Castirjue So you are engaged to faction is 110 experiment. Each bottle positivewin be or the J. S. Hecker, Stanford; that Mr. Atkinson, are 3'ou not? ISow, ly guaranteed to give reliefto be themoney reliable most admitted refunded. W. A. Trlbble. Stauferd; tell me honestly, what can you see in for Coughs It isColds. Trial bottles free at A. II. and M. D. Elmore, Stanford; him that distinguishes him from all the Penny's drug store. Large siiejocandjt. Mr Fred Miller ol Irving. III. writes that he had a Severe Kidney trouble for many year., with severe pains in his back and also that his called bladder was affected. He tried many s About KidneX cures but without any good result. r v.. HIectric Bitters and found relief at once Electric Hitters is trouble ill Kidney aad Liver and often gives almost instant rehef. Oae trial Price only 50c, lor will nrove our statement. arge bottles At A. R Peany's Drag Store. It MayDo as Much for You .'.":.. ..i...i ir..rnt i, ...il P'?'r arc made each yearto the United States government and its assets are examined at stated tiltcs by government agents, thus securing addlutua sad perfect safety 10 depositors. imi iu.uiuuod, ongiaauy esiaDllinca as the Deposit Hank of Stanford in i3$, then r.onraa iied a the National Bank el Stanford in iStj and as the First National Hank 01 again Stanford in i5J, has bad punctually an uninter- Office ever McRoberts' Drug Store in the Ows cy lluildiag rupted existence of ss years. Ills better supplisd now with facilities for transacting business pisrapt ly and liberally than ever before in its long ant acnarable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduJT. : : ciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully solir A. S. PRICK, Surgeon Dentist, To call and examine my Spring Millinery, which I am opening up I pride myself that ii is well. seUctcdaad that It Is bound lo pt.aie. Having bought lor cash add beng determined to scM for cash. I can Ml atlheVewcsl possible prices. An elimination will convince you. 6 MRS A. A. McKINNEV. w a Stanford, Ky. ;hn. TJ ma, vot JOITES BROS., Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Sole preprletors Dean's Black Dlsnond Roo Paint Kstimatea furmsned for painting Wood, .Metal and lion Roofs, Smlsfaction Gusranleed. All roofs painted with Dean's Black Diamond Paint guaranteed for years Dealers in best a Pumps and Galvanised Iron filters. 6f.m cli-er- T. STJTTOIT, Mrs. Newwcd (delightedly) How good of you, mj darling. I'll send for mother. N. Y. Weekly. A Quarter Century Test. ol UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, .KENTUCKY. Offer his services o the people ol West LinFull stock of Coffins coln and Casey Counties. Stanford, Ky. 1 and Caskets always on hand. D .S. Carpenter, Manager. OS POSTED. The following farmers have posted their lands and hunter, and T. P. Hill, Stanford; K. L. Tanner, .McKinnev; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon.Ky G. B. COOPER, -- Wire and Picket Fence, Made of Seasoned Oak Pickets, Manufactured and for sal by . J. h ; I Louisviilc NASHVIUC ft. R. Kaslly Arroiiipllshed. fPP'Vljli.jt0,!!"- 8. Mocker, President; J no. J. McRoberts, Cashier, A. A. McKinoey.Astt. Cashier ..Proprietors of...- -. Livery and Feed Stable, STANFORD, KV. Having bought of P W. Green his Ltverv business and added new buggies and horses, ws aie prepared to lurmsn l FIRST-CLAS- S Is the ltae for you, as its "Double Daily Trains l Make close connections at For all points. LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUOH For aay information enquire of JOES. IlICE. Agent, Stanford, Ky Mrs. Sunklands (an Arkansaw matron) I hear tell that Jim Clayctah says he's golu' to move his fam'ly back to Gawgy as soon as he kin 6ettlo up his affairs. Mr. Sunklands Settle up his affaire? Why, Lawdl All in tho world he's got to do Is to po' a gourdf ul of water on the flro and call the dawgs. Puck. . es .! B. K. WEAKEN, Dealer In A. C. SINE, Dealer In TURNOUTS Ky- - Midland .R'y, Only Dncct Like Between Cincinnati nnd Frankfort and quickest between Shortest Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Carlisle, Maysvillo, Oynthiana, Falmouth and Covington. Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. run by Central Standard Time. TimeTabU June 2, 1893. No. i. No. 3. No. 7. TRAINS EAST. a. m. p. m. p. m. 4 00 x. 00 Lve Kranklort A 7 00 " Blkhorn 711 41a do 3 " Stamping o round 7 148 430 " Georgetown.lt... 7 47 4 47 f a 15 4 39 Arr. C. S. Depot 75s 30 6 30 ' I'ari ..C 4 co j 35 1 What tho Fad Will Come To. Jane If you please, ma'am, as it's my night out would you mind lending me your bicycle? Mistress Oh, certainly, Jane, take it Ivy all means. And if look in you'll find a pair of last season's knickerbockers, which you may have if youslikc Boston Home Journal. u Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages Wagons, STANFOBD, TZTST. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. ages of ailkmdaat very LOW PRICES. Tho boy s in and around town will also find ui the peo ple to ocai wun. atop wun us wuen in lownsi courts and entertainments and your horse and vehicle will be well cared for. G. H. COOPER Myers House Stable, htanford, Ky. S; On short notice. The traveling public will fijd us always ready and willing to turnish Drum- men Jmim.miM either alfiol 1" double, or Cam- - Lumdcr, Lath and Shingles, Sash, Doors and Blinds, Metal Roofing, Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Finishing Lumber, etc. Prices lower than the same quality of material can be bought at elsewhere. Otfice and Yard. Depot Street, SPRING AND SUMMER. btaolord, Ky. Something to Beautify.tho Ladie3. in style of patterns, hats and bonnets and all the leading novelties in Millinery for which we aie known throughout the country. trimmer for the I have secured n Thanking you lor past favors, e respect fully solicit your patronage heretofore so literally first-cla- ss I Sell for Cash Only. New Hats, flowers and lacesl Dally openining We glvs the assurance to the trade that they wil. find in our FSMblUhmenl the same delusiveness Tlu Cunnlb.il's fjuiuidur-- . The Myers House, 1VW. GREEN. Proprietor. Trains chappie wo got out of tho last shipwreck," said the chief to tho cannibal king. "I don't know what to do with that St. Asaph Carriage STANFORD, KENTUCKY, Co., sea-su- n. bcsted. DUIiDERAR KATh DUDDBRAR. Manager. M 1). Stanford, : : : Kontucky. frankly, to her accepted suitor, "you know we got uono of pupa's money while ho lives." SUNDAY TRAINS. "I quite understand that, my precious Leave Georgetown 10 3S a. m; arrive Frankfort pet," replied the young man, with o a.m. ti Iawe Frankfort 4 00 p. m. arrive Georgetown light of love In his eyes. "Wo will the 4 sop. m. him to live with us, put a folding s The Kentucky Midland Railway and form the shortest and cheapest routs to all bed in his room, and hope for tho best." points Kouth, Katt, North and west Life. agents. 7 !5 8 13 in-vit- TRAINS WEST. No. a. a. ui. t,vo Tarls C 94) " C. 8. Depot . . 10 17 " Georgetown II 1040 41 Stauip'g Gro'd 10 ,3 " Ulkhorn 11 16 Arr Frankfsrt A .. 11 30 No.. p. m. "What's the matter?" "If wo take his cigarettes awaj from him hell pine away and get thin." "Let him keep them," "Then we'll spoil tho flavor of the stew. " Washington Stur. I am still running this n Hotel aad will continue to give my guests tho point st atten MERSHON first-clas- s & GREER, Proprietors. TO THE OITISE1TS Of Lincoln County. i nat well as the best the market atfordi. Special Attention1 to tho Traveling Public. 600 6 4a ;No. 10. No. 8. a. in. p. m. 440 335 635 703 71a 733 73$ 6 40 All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Rcpairin Tho Trustfulni-Nof Iive. style. "You know, dear," said Miss Dolycrs, done in The cNtwj Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing of all Kinds. Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work. Lancaster Planing Lancaster, Ky., superior workmanship Mill, THE F. RILEY HOUSE D. RILEY, Proprietor, London. note 77 - - - Kentucky. FRANK RILKY. Is now n full operation, and Invites the attention .ol the builders of Lincoln county to its material, ana low prices, o connec-tion- MR. a. Has For further information apply to their C. D. HEllCAW, Gen. Pass. Agent. GEO. B. HARPER, Uec'r&Gen.Supt Frankfort, Ky. E. KIRLEY. ES G1FERIEECED FEIRTER. SOME OF OUR PRICES: Give us a trial. charge of our Painting Department. Oood Livery attached, and every convenience desired. Give me a call I have moved to my new Hotel and am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public Koimtlilnfr to l I'rnuil Of. Portland. KKDMTMWBST ' '')) tauisvuit - mi rrn "This box isn't the regular size," said tho woman who hnd purchased some San Francisco. strawberries. "That box, ma'um," replied tho ..To the., vender impressively, "is the achievement of statesmanship." "What do you mean?" ..Via The.. "It's a compromlso measure." Chi' cago Mail. Rett Process Perlectly clear poplaror yellnw pint flooring at fjpei Hundred. A low a Ji jo per hundred. Perfectly clear yellow poplai weather boarding at Jt.co per hundred. A low as $ jo per hundred. Allpatterns and thicknesses of Ceiling in yellow Has more nice Furniture than was ever in pine, poplar, chestnut and ash, as low a ti.aj per More pretty Buggies, Surreys and hundred, Double dressed lumber as low a ft per hundred, lleautiful vellow pine finishing lumber, Phaetons. Mote rood Cultivators, Wagons, Plows Harness, quarter oak, Arc. Save money by giving us you. and more nice than waa lliidics, Whips and more Hinder Twine ever seen here. He in,dCr,THE LANCASTER PLANING MILL, vites tin public to call and tee his stock and get price. Lancaster 73.61c D. S. CARPENTER, Hustonvillo, Ky., Hut-tonvll- le. M. S. Bavciiiu.v, HtwAnma m CHicacoRiT w Only Dim us Car KouteJFrotn aLomsTrii.i.E - Incompatible. "You want a divorce from your wife, do you?" "Yes, sir, I do." "What grounds?" "Incompatibility. She and the cook are quarreling continually." Detroit Greatly improved for 1895 and worthyjof consideration. 'THE HEALING WATERS" STILL KLOW FROM OLD J. V. IIaugiiman M.S.&J.W.Baughman, raorxiKTOKj Tribune. They have Proven a Success. They are beautiful andjan ornament to a parlor. Crab Orchard Springs. 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