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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895071901 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. ft r EMi-Week- ly Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. JULY 49. 1895. HUSTONVILLE. -' vol.xxiii. WILUAMSBURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. n NO. 41 . dale, and their children are with rela-- 1 LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. D. S. Carpenter has put a now shin- -' lives here. Mrs. Sam Logan, who was ill ' visiting relaMiss Emma Sproule is Lancaster is now rejoicing over the gle roof on bin property on Main street laBt week with typhoid symptoms, is re- fact tives in Oorbiu that she has standard time aB well as Marshal DeveraBwallowed ahair last, ported much better now. Miss Mattie her sister cities. A small picnic party spent InBt FriAlcorn took in the Chautauqua laBt week. week and Hvch in dally dread of its turnday at Mnhan Station. The young men of Lancaster gave n Roy Rose has been on the invalid list at ' At tho recent teachera examination ing to "sarpunt" in his stomach. hop Wednesday night to the fair visitors Tho lumber used for stands, &c, at Russell Springs for some days and his that are sojourning here. 15 out of 21 secureil certificates. mother left last Friday for the springs to1 s the picnic on tho ith was sold publicly Messrs. A. J. Parker and J. K. Miss Mamie Noel entertained a few briughlm home. Josh Swope, after attended tho convention at Klelr to Jan. Allen for $11.23. Theru were tussle with his sworn enemy, tho rheu- of her friends at her pretty home in the feet. tnond this week. suburbs Tuesday evening. While our farmern are complaining matism, is now much better, thank you. Sunday School Miss Elmistou, of Frenchersville, The Whitley County Lee Logan was here last week on a visit died at her homo Sunday and was burConvention will bo held at (Jorbln next that their wheat will yield scarcely half to relatives and Mends. Jerrv Adams ied a crop, it Is refreshing to hear John Wednesday, 21th. in the samo vicinity Monday. Ooodo claim that hie great field of oats arrived hero last Friday on a visit to the Elder Georgo Gowen is expected Mrs. J. L. Whitehead has returned family of his father, L B. Adama. Misa ncill turn out 80 bushels to tho acre. from Washington City, where plie had home aud will fill his pulpit Walker Lyons shipped from More-lan- d Margaret Uopper, of Perry ville, returned at the Christian church Sunday. been called by the death of her father, last Friday, in one car, 13 fat cattle, home lait Saturday after h week's visit Mi-Gen, Green Clay Smith. Amanda Anderson began teachMrs. 0,1 hogu, 19 sheep and eight calves and to relatives here and nt Stanford. Henry llaker gave IiIh vouch Mr. ing her school at Scott's Fork Monday. Sophie CarBon, of Louisville, is visiting Mr. Mack Elliott also commenced his riendsn very pleasant entertainment was disappointed in not finding more hersiiter-in-laMrs Mary Brown. E. sheep to fill out the car load. Saturday uvenlug. Various amtiBomeutH school at Herring's School-hous- e the Willard VanArsdall, little son of C. Tarrant, of Liberty, was in town last same day. were engaged in, after which refreshO. VanArsdall, while performing feats of Saturday, greeting his old war comrades The Lancaster people ore looking ments were served. The party closed whom he has immortalized in his hisforward to another "debate" the first of begiuning of Sunday. lln wbh agility on the roof of a large chicken tory. Dr. with the J. P. Rifle and friend, Mr August, when another contest will be coop in his father's yard, full and strikassisted by Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Gentry. ing a picket fence in his descent, cut a Threlkeld, of Covington, are visiting held for the Demorest gold medal, to be A heavy storm passed over this here, Geo. Weatherford, of Somerset, ia given in the temperance cause. county Monday evening about dark. The painful gash in life throat. On Thursday of last week a wild with his mother, MrH. Geo. Weatherford. The following Lancaster people are corn is lywind blew very hard and the Harry Hocker, of Danville, is on a visit enjoying the healing waters of Dripping great dtal of It wi.l never sensation was created by h messenger to relatives here. ing flat; a Ed Stagg is filling his Springe: Mrs. H. A. Price, Kate and straighten up. Great damage was also coming hurriedly for tho doctor and the old position at the Hustonville Roller Lillian Kinnaird, Maud Robinson, sue report that Will King was dying. It done to the fruit crop. The lightning Mills again. Mis Lou Hocker waB and Hallle Herring, Florence Anderson struck Moore & Perkins' store, tearing turned out that Will had eaten too many among those who attonded the Chautau and John E. Stormes. considerably, and green apples with the usual result. He qua from up the back end of it this place lat week. Misn Rev. T. li. Graham, in the interest of also the barn of SJterltl W. B. Uennett, is now up and about again. Dollie Williams is at homo after an exSome crops of new wiieat were Bold the Orphans' Home at Louisville, was Injuring tho building considerably, but tended visit to friends and relatives in here Wednesday and gave n talk that did not hurt his horses. No one was in to O. C. VanArsdall for 75c, tho time of Lexington. Mr. Robert Casaidy ami evening at the prayer meeting at the delivery beiug specified. It is claimed the store when It was struck. family are visitiug W. R. Williams. W. Christian church, telling of the benefits Last Sunday afternoon D.u-- Hodges that very few samples submitted so far Connorp, of IiuIsville, representing the that had been derived from this worthy colorcJ, became will grado na No. 2 wheat. That the qual- Mutual Life of Now and Tobo Goics, both York, is talking in- institution. engaged in a dllllculty near the depot, ity should be inferior as well as the yield surance to our people and has succeeded The "Mother Goose" Cantata last when Goina drew his pistol, which failed short is certainly very discouraging to in writing one $10,000 policy, so he tells night at tho drew a good to fire until Hodges got it from him and our farmers. me. Mrs. Kate Blaiu has been on a We understand that the city fathers crowd. As usual the little children, of flred one shot at Goins, mining visit to Walker Bell, in Casey. Mr. Con paititn then concluded that the have decided that all fines in town must way and wife returned to Oklahoma last which the entertainment was mostly pistol was not an ellecttve weapon, and hi) of brick, when they pass through the Tuesday after n visit to her father, Mr. composed, did themselves credit by the way they filled their places. An admis-siothrowing it away, began to use rocks. roof of a building and further that they Sam Reid, must project at least four feet above the of 10c was charged. Hodges hit Goina on the head, cutting b The rumor is now afloat that we will bad gesh. After the dllllculty Hodges roof. This will uecefsltate a good many KIOO'S STORE. most assuredly have two weddings here came down and surrendered to Sherif changes as n number of Hues lien are Miss Alico Cabbell accompanied her very soon. One is only a few miles from Goina made his escape It constructed apparently with n view to Bennett, but cousin, Mies Em Beldeu, to Liberty, last Lancaster and the other in the upper Is said Golns' wife was the cause of the burning the town up. G. W. Bowman, of Moreland, swore Friday. part of the county. We have been an trouble. Hodges was tried before Judpe Mies Kate Cook has been elected eye witness to a portion of tho trousseau Hemphill Monday and held over under out a warrant in fctjuiro John Bailey's president of Stringtown College, Mi?s of ono of failed to give and court Wt'dnteday morning, charging the brides, so we know whereof a 1500 bond, which he Huston Kills, with stealing a pistol val- Julia Stagg principal of Petersburg Acad we speak. to jail. was sent ued at $10 from him in his room in Pey emy and Miss Lula Riil'o of Kidd'a Store Mr. Carpenter Stuart, a young man DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. ton Hotel at Moreland, early Wednesday parochial xchool. of Crab Orchard, who was a resident of James Foley was arrested Monday morning. Kllis wan arrested by ConstaLancaster for more than a year, surprisW. J. Do Baun, the threeherman, and taken to Somerset on an old illicit ble Tom Gooch. He was charged with ed his friends this week by getting maroslitnalcH the w heat crop in Boyle at grand larceny aud being unable to give whiBky score. About two years ago Jim ried. Monday ho was united in the holy two thirds of au uvernge crop. located in our midst and has been an in to Stanford jail. bond was J. Harlan weighed 20 head of fat trial was settakenSaturday morning. His dustrious, exemplary citizen. Poor to bonds of wedlock to Miss Katie SlaughKifor ter, of Crab Orchard. As Mr. Stuart cattle to Monte Fox that averaged 1.6&1 lls Uvea on Casey's Creek in Casey county-- an extreme, a mere shadow in physique, proved himBelf a moral, energetic and brought fire cents. pounds. They tho get up he has exhibited in struggling The we are Isaac & J. F. Shelby have bought following young lady teachers to support a wife and babies was both worthy young man while here, sure ho deserves at least a portion of out the livery business of 0. J. Thur- received certificates: Misses commendable and surprising in a man mond at Junction City and will contin- Anna Held, Kate Cook, Minnie Drye. whom a casual observer would think ac- life's good things and what is there ho can more highly appreciate than a pretty ue at the old stand. Miss Cook will teach the school near tuated to manual labor ouly by a deteron Charley Bohon's place. Have not heard mination to lighten a wife's struggles to wife? Lancaster friends extend their Mr. T. D. Gueanut, who lives tho new Lancaster pike, and Mrs. Saliie where the others teach. Miss Mary pay his undertaker. Jim declares that good wishes. The examining trial of Shelby Nunn Hampton, of the same neighborhood, Thompson was given tho public school his involvmeut in a technical irregularifor the killing of Win, Best was called were married Wednesday. hero. She will have an assistant. Miss ty results from malicious persecution of The city council, In order to stimu- Ma-- y bears an enviable reputation as a an acquaintance he accommodated in Monday in tbe presenceof a large crowd late tho livery stables, willgivo five dol- teacher and the appointment gives uni- procuring the whisky for him probably who bad assembled to listen with eagerlars to the one first hitching to and haul- versal satisfaction. We understand the advancing pay aud afterward demanding ness to the testimony of the witnesses. Thero were 25 or more on each side. The ing the hose wagon or hook and ladder term this year will be five months. and obtaining his money, which his prosecution proved Nunn fired two shots truck to a tire. The McKinney base ball nine cross- friend (?) declares a sale. at Best from the window of hia house Danville now baa several lady cy- ed bats with the HuBtonvillo Invincibles John Allen, president of the often, clists, and It will no doubt bo a very (?) last Saturday at this place. The hitherto, bottomless mud road leading and then ran out and put another load of short time until there aro many more, score was IS to 22 In favor of McKinney. trotn Bradfordaville pike to Stringtown Is buckshot Into his prostrate body. This was now that the ico Is broken. But bloo- Lafon Carpenter, pitcher for Hustonville, exhibiting an engineering skill and en followed by five more pistol shots Mr' James Mitchell was the only eye witness mersnever. was struck by a pitched ball on the right terprise which will entitle him to an unThe Boyle conuty teacher's institute arm and retired from tho game early in obstructed track for thujbertb, when you to the killing and is the principal witwill be held at Junction City tho fourth the contest. If tho umpire had counted free turupikera elitninatethe feature of ness for the Commonwealth, being near Monday in August, instead of tho sec- tho McKinney batters out when they toll gatherers and make tho position of Best when he fell from his horse. Anond Monday, bh printed In our last issue. knocked tho ball into the creek and al- general superintendent ;iof good roads other witness is old Mr. Ralston, who Prof. Grinstead will conduct it. Advo- lowed Bcecher Adams to catch files on elective. Old timers traversing tho su- testified that he heard Nunn tell bis wife he had killed Best. Many other cate. "first bounco" our boys might have won. perior grade and .'crossing (the excellent that witnesses were examined and most all of Hev. Archie Griggs preached nt McJ. P. Chapman, of CaeaopoliB, Mich., Kinney Presbyterian church last Sunday bridges will search for,'prominent land the testimony was damaging to Nunn. marks beforo convinced there is no misclose of the speeches of Hon. is the "cynoeure of all eyes" wherever afternoon. He will preach at Hide's take about "whore they nro ot." Men- At the Win. Herndon and Lewis Walker for tho he goes. Ho hitches his white trotting school-hounuxt Saturnay night at S tion of John suggests that we Caseyites dog, Joe, with n white Shetland pouy, defense and County Attorney William a white o'clock. Rev. G. W. Perrymau lectured are also proud of Jim, and deplore the Olelland Johnston and J. Mortimer Roth-we- ll rides in a white sulky, wears to a fino audience on tho Fork, Thursday selfishness of our suburban neighbors in for the prosecution, Nunn was held suit himself and uses white reins. night, of last week. The Rocky Ford failure to bestow praise) where deserved Thero whhh marriage, birth, death Baptist church employed without bail. the Rev. Mr. Miss Mary Welch and Mr. Brown aud burial in tho same family one day Jackson, of the Louisville Theological of tho wonderful success of the celebraadBuford, of Nicholasville, aro guests of last week within the space of a few Seminary, to supply twice a month dur- tion of St. John's !day,;wbich was hours in this county. Carter County ing the summer. Rev. Dr. McDonald, of journed over till 4th, to accommodate Mrs. John E. Stormes. Mr. W. StuHustonville.g Now, tbecharitable would Bugle. synodical State evangelist of not deny even Mephlstophiles his de- art Myers, of St. Louis, has been visiting Sisterville, W. Va., Louisville, -- A gas well at Kentucky, of the Northern Presbyterian serts, and wo have vainly searched the in Lancaster. Mrs. Hattie Wnolridge daughter, Miss Mary Harvey, have discharges 12,000,000 cubic feet of gas in church, preached at the Presbyterian metropolitan shoots in'hope of finding at and 24 hours. It is the biggest over known returned from a visit to relatives in 13 church here lost Sunday morning. After least partial acknowledgement that Jim Miss Lula Batson left Thursand its roar can be heard eight miles. tho sermon, John Blain was ordained a The postmaster general has issued ruling elder for the Northern branch of Allen gavemore, did more and bad more day to visit friends in Richmond and an order prohil iting postmasters to draw the Presbyterian church here. Rev. Mr. done than any halfdozenjpromoters of Oynthiana. B. A. Spencer, of Louisville, the grand picnic. It is only necessary to is here on a visit to his friends. O. K. money orders payable at their own olll- - Kddy, of Danville, accompanied Dr. Mc- couple his name with the management McGuin, of New Albany, Is the guest of ces. Donald and assisted in the ordination Tom Petitt, populist candidate for services. Roy. Davidson, of McKinney, for his value 10 be)recognized wherever Gen. W. J. Landram and family. Miss governor, paid $13,000 for a Daviess passed through town on his way home he is known, but we insist that strangers Mary Holmes Lusk, of Hustonville, is shall appreciate Oasey'dJIdesorta in fur of hor aunt, Mrs. Emma KautT-man- . county farm. from a great meeting at ConcorJ church, nishing Hustonville both the brains and the guest Wanamaker has increased hia Mrs. J. O. Frank and little daughJohn on Fok, last Tuesday, ConcorJ is a brawn of the enterprise. The details of life iusuranco to $2,000,000. occupied by both Methodists convenience and comfort provided for the ter, Joe Hordie, Fleminesburg, are visit church ing Lancaster friends. Elder Joe SeverA Topeka, Kansas, paralytic fasted and Baptists. He reports eight additions women, even to toilet essentials in a de OS days and died. ance, of Stanford, visited Homer Bataon, to the Baptist congregation and 14 to the sire to touch up cheeks, bangs Wednesday. Mr. Elizabeth Mrs. Langtry sports $S50,000 worth Austin and Methodist; sanctificatlonsand professions and ribbons to sayjuothinjj of a Scott's daughters, Mrs. L. Thomas, of St. Louis, of jewels. CO. Rev. Isom, of Moreland, and pack convenientiy;placed here and there, about Mrs. J. E. Hays, of Louisville, reRev. Jackson, of Witmore, did the but emphasize a long and widely known and A Million Frlondd. turn to their respective homes Great crowds attended and fact that some good girl has missed the A friend in need U friend indeed, and not leu preaching. s' row after a visit to Mr. and than one million have found just tuch a friend in the devil was given in the holy laugh iu for Consumption, New Discovery best husband on earth in Jim's confirm- Mrs. F. L. Austin. Mrs. Eva Ward, o Dr Klne' Colds. If you hare never uied this great style. Coughs and ed celibacy. Tho crudest stab of all was Crab Orchard, is visiting her son, Mr. Cough Medicine, ono trial will cnnvluca you t in all M. G. Thompson, wife and charming your HiiBtonville correspondents classifithat It has wonderful curative power! Each du bot Wm. Ward, and family. Ashbrook easesol the Throat, Chest and Luns. or mon littlo daughter are visiting tll euarantced to do all that li claimed at A. county. Jns. Allen and F. B. in Mercer cation of Jim with the patriarchs, when Frank, of Lexington, is visiting Messrs be refunded. Trial bottles free ev Twidwell we all know that he is Dave and Will Walker. Judge N. San- 'sdiuc store. Large bottle 50c and $1. were in Cincinnati last week. Miss Pearl "one of the boys." Four Biff Bucceaaea. difer, of Danville, was here this week. Havintheadvered merit to more than male Johnson, of Danville, is visitiug relatives W. G. Smith, wife and children have rood all ur remeutulns claimed for them, tho John Waggoner aud Rose Schofieid Mr. Klng'sieshave reached a phenomenal in this community. George and Arcbie isle Drhsand New Piicouery, for consump. Rifle took in tho bike racea at Danville were whipped and then coated with tar returned to their home in Covington. "oni Coughs and Colds, each bottle euaranteed-Electrbitter., the great remedy for Liver tho last week, making the journey ou their and feathers by a masked mob in Brown A freight train plunged through a Salve, nd ilitterevs. lluck en's Arnica Life wheelB. Misses Dettiu and Mack Logan county, Ind. In Shelby county, eame weakened bridge in Colorado and it is King'. New u in thewotla and Dr.All these romedit.K1U, are and Misa Zoe Ellis spent several days which are a perfect pill. cf State, Mrs. Jennie Justice and Sadie Al- believed that 10 or 12 men who were re guaranteed to do just what is claimed for them herewith len wero driven from borne in their pairing the pridge were buried under the d.aler who.e name 1. attached Sold at A last week at the Lexington Chautauqua. ore of them. el1 you wUl b gl J the cars. One woman was also killed. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Weatherford, of Mill- - night clothes by masked men. K.Pnnv' Drug- Store. Wat-kin11 0 8 h SCHOOL BOOKS, And a complete line oi Crayon, Slates, Tablets and Pencils, every thing a pupil needs. in fact Fine Box Paper, Tablets and Envelopes. Everything new, purest and best quality. We solicit your patronage. STATIONlEira 9 Drugs and Medioines, A splendid Druggist, Stanford, Ky. assortment. "W. jB. M'E,OBERTS, KNOWLBDQE I NDISPENABLE And to be posted in Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Boots, Shoes you must first of all examine what we are doing. We call your especial attention to our stock of Black Suits guaranteed to fit or no sale, reduced from S12 and S15 to S8.50 and every thing we have in SUMMER CLOTHING. These goods are to be sold and not carried. We need the room (or our Fall Stock and they must go. We have also bought our Shoes in advance of high prices and we know we can do you good. We have a court-hous- e bini-'Bot- u Remnant Job Counter, That brings you more goods for your money than you can get any where. This is cleaning up time with us and we intend to clean this stock. Come and see us. HUGHES & TATE. Money, Money, Money first-clas- s Mutual Life Insurance Co. in I am representing the North-wester- n the loan department and am ready to make loans in this and adjoining counties. Interest 6 per cent. Term 2 to 5 years. For full information and application, apply to to ! iDO-A-nsr- . JOHN" H. HIRB1T, Insurano Ag'ant. ANCHOR : STOVES, Anchor Steel Ranges, And The BEST IN THE COUNTRV, You are invifed to call and see them. FARRIS & HARDIN THK BI.UE-GHAS- S HERD OF so Duroc Jersey Red Swine R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, pfWHJE?K!S(S?fe Stock. Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. Plgi (or sale from the best types of Regittere Breeders secured .'rom the best herds In several different States. Correspondence Solicited JAM HUSTON YIIXE, KY F1YE. 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. fine slicker 25, worth S3. Black cape Mcintosh $3.75 worth $5.50. Mens' sandals worth 75c for 4?c, 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' 5. and Youth's suits, coat, pants and vest, S2.50 to S7.50, worth $$ 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. to-$1- uu-io- n - I CLOTIHIIILTQ- $1.50 very rubber coat Si. A good black i r-. two-week- un-a- y ly ic 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 you. They are all new, not a single piece of carried over stock. A Great Bargain. A black stiff hat, the very latest shaye, for Si. 15 The sequel Buy and sell for Cash. worth $3. TJBBSS of style and quality and I know great variety Woolen dress goods Q-OOID- S ! in - ljiii2 rKXii, nusionvwe. r.yji J' wammM iwmA'sf n ii t Mr. Geo. Rodes and ittnily, ol Kay Mrs. Nancy Slavens, was murdered! home in Wayne coun- - county, Missouri, are visitlnu Mike and and robbed at her are James itosers near hero. Prof. J. E. ty. Some of her Robinson ia arranging to take a horse of the crime. Ky - July central com- back trip through to Middleaboro. W. Stanford. The democratic State mittee of Nebraska, representing tho D. Robinson is much improved since he free silver wing of the party has sent Mr. came home. Dr. Cicero Eubanks and W. P. WALTON. Carlisle an invitation to address tho wife, of Paducah, are visiting the family NEWSY NOTES. State convention on August 23. The of bis father, Mr. J. W. Eubanks. Docsound money wing had already invited tor tells us thore ia.no rest for him thero Wc come to the front with extra attractions in the way Henry M. of Barrains Aftbr much wrangling and 10 ballots, been elected toStanley, tho explorer, has him. anu consequently has to leave to recu parliament. in all Snmmcr Goods in every department. John 0. Wood, of Mt. Sterling, was nomWc submit perate. Wo are glad to know that one Destructive winds blew down a MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. inated by the republican convention at of our boys is meeting with such success. our prices and let you be the judge. whole blocs at Anderson, Ind. for railroad commissioner in Richmond Several of tho public schools opened The Mammoth Cave railroad will be FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. the 3d district. It will be remem-bore- placed in last Monday. the hands of a receiver. that the convention met originally M. O. Mullins is building a large be Ben D. broke the State record by Archie Brown, of Shelby county, at Louisville, but being unable to agree, tel at Livingston. pacinc a mile in 2:07 at Tiffin, O. adjourned till the 16th, when Chairman died from tbe effect of a tick's bite. Rockcastle, has the largest apple crop W. H. Johnson Bold to J. H. McAl- In tho last 00 days nails have gone Vincent Boreing decided that balloting known for years. istcr 20 feeders, averaging 1,100 pounds, up iuu per cent, on account of the commust begin, where it left off. Great obLishtning struck and fired' a shock at 4c. jection was made to this, but after much bine.Safe John Johnson, of Boyle, bought in got away with fOOO in of rye near town. blowers discussion the ruling of the chair was stamps and money from Lightning split several telegraph the West End, a lot of 1,000 pound cat- Unheard tho Midway of chances for bargain seekers. Superior qualities at startsustained. There were nine candidates: poles near Maretsburg. tle at 3c. ling low prices. Bigger, better and quicker returns for your money of Kenton, alone Burviving Comingore, Some one shot and killed two hounds A Ferris wheel much higher than Best cattle 5, do. hoes 5.30, extra till the last ballot, a resolution having the one at the World's Fair has been belonging to Charles Adams while in a sheep 3) and choice lambs 5 wero yes than was ever offered in Stanford. For proof of these bargains combeen adopted to drop the hindmost after erected in Chicago. fox chase Tuesday night. pare our prices with any and all others you can find. For proof of terday's Cincinnati stock quotations. the 5th. One of the many sensationEditor Smith's golden eagle is said to The Danville fair will give some lib- quality examine and investigate. Cashier Parish, of the Farmers Bank We have some extra values that al incidents was the calling of the color- of Orrick, Mo., has skipped with $20,000 bo the finest specimen in captivity. He eral premiums for farm products this wc will make special mention of: a liar by ed orator Gaines, of Covington, is very proud of the bird. of tho bank's funds. year and Lincoln county will have nuLyons, a white delegate from the same The fire extinguishers lately pur- merous entries. Two unknown negroes, who murder5 Dozen Unlaundcred Shirtsjfor men and boys at 20c; 5 doz. Sweatcity, who retorted that Lyons was no ed a white- man at Stampton, Ark., were chased were tried on Griffin's mill. Tbe J. E. Lynn sold to a Boyle county ers for men 25c, worth 50c; ladics'jvcsts 5c, up; men's undershirts gentleman, because he. used such lan- strung up by a mob. fire had mado big headway on the roof. party 32 head of extra nice guage in the presence of ladles. The machines were a success. 15c, worth 35; bleached drill drawers for men 25c, worth 40c; good. A cattle at 4c. They are to be delivered child at Mansfield, The crowd cheered the negro lustily. The cruBber located on Jones farm during the month of October. O., stumped its toe while running and wurKing siuri lor men 25c; oigiot 01 lauics, suppers worth 75c, wc near Pine Hill tank is now able to crush Tho Richmond fair promises to be a 10 days debate fell breaking its neck. arc offering for 50c; silk finishedjwire buckle suspenders 15c, worth The much advertised Elijah Weight was shot to death by 15 cars per day. Welsh's quarry ia turn daisy as far as the racea are concerned. Horr and Harbetw.een 35c; a lot of light and dark Derby Hats, men's sizes, 25 and 50c; ing out nine to 10 cars by bard breaking, There will be two each day and the envey, the author that conglomeration of me jailer while attempting to escape daily. 100 pair cassimcre pants worthi.50; marked down to 90c and Si. tries include some of tho cracks of the falacies, "Coin's Financial School," began at Palntaville, this State. Tbe lime company is at work on a Kaufman, a Blackburn man, was new brick kiln and running their quarry country. Tuesday at Chicago. The dispatcheB 8ay At the Gideon & Daly pale of horses that there were 50 persons present tbe nominated in the primary at Lexington, for building stone, besides are busy layTuesday, by a majority of 21. at New York, the practically untried first day and if we aro to judge by the ing the foundation for a big business Up to the end of the last year Phil house. Hastings, by Spendthrift Cincharacter of the discussion, as bo far de The oats harvest is about completed derella, was sold to Mr. August Belmont veloped, the number will bo reduced to adelphia's new city hall had cost $15,699, 75c, and Si. Wc wishto state a few facts in regard to the recent cut and shows a good yield. Corn is in for f 37,000. only the judges by tbe time the hippo- 001.07 and is not quite finished yet. The prices j have been Jcut extremely Rice Griffin, colored, was murdered splendid condition and the potato yiold T. A. Bradley, of Danvillo, has win- in our Clothinfj Department. drome closes. Horr is not the most brilat Lebanon and his body placed on the is immense. No blackberries, briers ter oats for sale. Sow in September or low. wc advise those who intend buying a suit to look at our assortliant of men and Harvey is only a sharp October and get morn grazing than from ment if they want to save'money on their purchase. charletan out for the stuff, so nothing railroad track, where a train cut off the frozen out last winter. The Sundayechool people are mak wheat or rye. Will threat! 10 to C0 bushia untrue may be ex- head. new and much that Mrs. Thomas Bacon committed sui- ing an effort to have a coach run on lo- els per acre. Fifty to 70 heads from a pected. cide at Hopkinsville by cutting her cal freights from Livingston to Brodhead single grain. Ike VanMeter, of Clark county, sold Blackburn men won in town and throat with a knife, because of bad and return on July 23 to accommodate to the agents of Nels. Morris, 242 cattle, visitors to Sunday school convention. county in Fayette, but by very slim ma- health. contest at WilA cigarette-smokin- g We have been disappointed bo often weight 1,000 lbs. to be taken from Aujorities. Kauffman beat Riley, tbe liamsburg, N. Y., will result in the death that we will not mention the number of gust 1st to August 15, at 5 cents per man. 21 in Lexington, and Phelps A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietots, bested the McCreary man 14 in tbe coun- of one of tbe entries instead of both, as strangers in the county leasing oil lands pound. He bought also 15S from other T. D. RANEY, Manager. and property for iron, ore, &c, though parties at same price. ty. The democratic strength in Lexing- it should. Because they opposed the election they are here and some of them claim to There are in the United States ton was not polled by 1,000 voteB. Phelps Branch Stores: miles ol street railroads, and 45,000 ssjb he personally prefers Buckner for ol Wm. Webb as teacher, a crowd of have found fine specimens of iron and cars. Electricity ia employed as a motor Senator, but he was supported by the people at Buffalo, Ky., burned the zinc ore. Mt. Vernon baa a good chance to se- on 10,3(13 miles, and that is one of the Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, Blackburn men. G. J. Bronston was schoolhouse. d stone, which was cure the Kentucky Southern provided main causes of the great depreciation in Virsailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. A nominated for Senator without opposibeing hoisted Bt 8t. Joseph, Mo., fell up- an effort is made. Quite a nnmber of the price of horses and mules. tion. Strange as it may seem after all D. F. Logan lost 22 fat hogs Wed that Gov. McCreary did for his father. on Fred Schuske, reducing him to a tbe people are working for it, while others are actually talking against it. Tbe nesday, He had driven a bunch of about grease spot. Bronston is said to be for Blackburn. Crittenden county will take a yote place would surely be benefited, not in- 75 to water in the Hanging Fork and in pardoned Monroe July 20 on the question as to whether or jured, if the road would start out from their effort to get back into a wheat field Gov. Brown has Bouyesou, the Paducah man who killed not liquor shall be sold. The county at this point. through n small opening in the fence afMrs. Rosalind Nesbitt is visiting tbe terward 22 were smothered to death. the local correspondent of a scurrilous present is wot. With'a full assortment of nice Fnrniturcjbought before the advance Kansas City paper who had slandered Mrs. Wm. Rice, of New York, gave "old folks at bome,"atRa vena wood.Those n Mr. S. Goodman, the him. The governor says he can not con birth to a daughter while waiting in tho clever gentlemen. William Fields and produce-deal- on raw material. here, last week sold 50,Just give us your car for a few minutes and wc will ceive a more detestable character than a depot for a train to carry her to her hus- Charles Rice were up from Livingston. 000 pounds of wool at 17 cents around. name a number of articles which youjare in need of. Solid oak bed Fourteen drummers here this week with Goodman bought the wool some time slanderer, and he regards as public ene- band's bedside. See our line of framed pictures and made up mies men who will publish base calnm-nie- a A railroad employe who was placed 50 trunks. Miss Maytie Weber is visi- before tbe rise at about 13 cents, and aa a room suits $13.75. You will not be disappointed when you learn the price. We about the living and the dead on tbe black-lis- t on account of tbe great ting Jellico and Knoxvillo. Mr. M. F. consequence cleared quite a snug little frames. Bouyssoa is now in the lunatic asylum railroad strike, has sued tho Nickel Elkin, of the Maccabees, was here yes sum for himself. Glasgow Times. handle'a nice line of furniture, such asjsuits, chairs, cheap beds and terday. Jamea Million lost an eye while but is fast improving and will be turned Plate for damages. couches, bed lounges, window shades, curtain poles, extension brack-sioout a free man when hia mind is fully In tbe next Houbo of Commons tbe breaking rock in Welsh's quarry. brackets, carpets, wall paper. Trice elsewhere then wc can conrestored. conservatives, it is estimated from the Co CRAB ORCHARD. vince you that we make the prices low. returns from the general elections, will Tom Pettit wants to break into the de of CO. Of STANFORD. KY., Merer. Bronaugh and Herrin shipbate between Hardin and Bradley, but have a majority A female bicyclist was fined $25 for ped two cars of lambs to Cincinnati Tues Ii new fully orgenircd'and ready (or business wit aa the populists and prohibitionists are ready sale. running, whether intentionally or not, riding through tbe streets of Chicago in day for which they found up Capital of $200,000 Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, Stanford, Ky. Mrs. E. R. Davis brought Paid a bloomer suit consisting of flesh colored Mr. and in tbe interest of tbe republicans, he 20,000 tights and a short jacket. youngest child to Grab Orchard for Surplus, . their and they should be ignored by the deW. P. Woods was killed and his burial Saturday. They have the sympamocracy, bo far as speaking is concerned. One Gallon of-wife was badly burned by lightning thy of their many friends in Crab Or- SUCCESSOR toTHE LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, The joint canvass of the democratic and while standing under a railroad bridge chard. Now doting up) with the umt assets and uni republican candidates will begin about management. the near Murfreesboro, Tenn. Quite a number of onr young folks n y provisions of line iti chatter, ilepoiitori are Aug. 1 and from that timo till the "ides" A Connecticut school marm who are going out to the hop at old Dripping fully protected aa ate depositors in Natiooa.' of November oratory will be on tap, sufBanlci, aharcholdtra being held went all the way to Kansas City to mar- Springs There are quite a num- baole to iu extent of the amount of individual!; the their ttoci ficient to keep the welkin ringing all the Will Cover 300 Square Feet of Surlace two coats and costs you therein at the par value thereof, in addition to tn ry a stranger, mourns the loss of her ber of boarders thero now. Mrs. amount inverted in such shares. It may acta, time. husband, 51,200 and a gold watch. of Lancaster, is still keeping up her executor, adminiatrator, trustee, Ac, as fully i an individual. At Beau Lcke, Mo., George Michael reputation for good board. To thoie who entrutted their butiineii to u. Mr. Quicksall, of Wolfe, is a man of while mnaging the Lincoln Hank at Misa Bessie Carson wont to Harrods-bur- g Stanford, we we here tendcrourNationalthankt and anagoeity. The populists nominated playfully snapped an empty pistol at many Theodore Kirkman as be lay in bed. The with Mies Mollie Brooks to visit trutt they will conUnue to tranaact their busmen him for register of the land office, but with ui, offering at a guarantee for prompt .It is. Mr. J. It. Brooks. Dr. Black, of Knox, to same, our twenty yeara' experience ii he has declined with thanks. Ho is a latterwaa buried tho following day. banking and at liberal accommodations at are co Two;Cincinnati fireman were" killed, ville, spent a few days with his wife at ittent with sound banking. townsman of G. B. Swaugo, the democratic nominee for the same office, whom 1G injured and two citizens badly hurt her father's, Mr. Jas. Fish. MrB. Dr, he takes occasion to compliment and rec- by a fire that caused $175,000 loss near Black and Miss Allie Fish have gone to J J. Williams, ML DiRiCTont: Vernon; Any Shade you like. . H, Shanks, Stanford; Mr. Quicksall the north end of the suspension bridge. Richmond to visit Dr. Black's parents. ommend for There are 25,000,000 gallons of mo- Mrs. Campbell, of Ashland, Mrs. J. F. J. S. Owtley, Stanford; is one of the best known of the populist S J. Kmbry, Stanford; nominees, having been the first presi- lasses stored away in tanks on tho largo Cummins, of Stanford, and Walter J. H. Owsley, Stanford; dent of the farmers' alliance in Ken- BUgar plantations in Louisiana and its Saunders, of Livingston, are visiting Mrs. J. F. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, SUnlord; tucky and also a member of the consti- owners do;not know what to do with it. Dr. J. D. Pettus. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgeville, Marion Tale was stabbed to tbe Haldeman are visiting her parents, Mr. tutional convention. W. H. Cummini, Preachers lie quarrel with Bill and Mrs. John Buchanan. Misses Nora heart in ajipay-daof Georgia, realizes Reed, near Jellico. Beth were miners. and Pearl Phillips are visiting MrB. Robt. S. H. Shanks, President Gov. Atkinson, Dr. J. II. Owtley, Cashier, that "when sorrows come they come not They had been iuyesting too freely in Collier and other frienda in this vicinity. W.M.Bntfht, Teller. as single spies, but as battallions." First liquor. Mrs. J. M. Bailey, of Danville, spent last I am now selling Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced pricesjand his wife, who is a morphine fiend, was Near Allegree, in Todd county, S. H. week with Mrs. Alice Newland. Mr. and detected in petit thieving and sent to an Duyall and Lewis Buefsr, each armed, Mrs. Thomas Warren, of Lebanon Juncon easy monthly payments, or any other terms to suit the purchaser NATIONAL BANK asylum; then he was attacked with ap- met in a field to settle a quarrel, Du tion, are visiting his parents, Mr. and best. I give special attention to mail orders and carry as fine a line OF STANFORD, KY. pendicitis and came near losing bis life, vail got the drop first and fatally Mrs. John Warren. Mies Katie Simp of goods as can be found any where in the land. recovering in time to see his little son wounded his enemy. son, of Garrard county, ia visiting Mies Capital Stock-Surplu- s fall from the top of a bouse and sustain I am selling SEWING MACHINES cheaper than I have ever Senator Blackburn called off tbe Lizzie Beazley. Miss Pettus, of Somer2l,7O0 sold them before. Give me a call and be convinced. fatal injuries. Truly do his sorrows up- two candidates, Julian and Lewis, who set, ia visiting Mrs. Dr. J.D. Pettus. Mrs. on each other tread so fast they follow. wero seeking the legislative nomination Katie Zeller ia able to ride out some Attention of the public is invited to the fac S- - Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel. is the only Hank Stanford in his interest fn Franklin. Hon. E. H. now. Mrs. John'.Edmiston still contin- that thisthe provisions National National in Dank Under of the The board of managers of the Ken- Taylor, Mrs. Margaret Portman will be in charge of the store, but in taking by the Jr., will make thb race. ues very ill. Misses Lizzie and Mary Lo stock, but are secured not only liability capital bv the stockholders' for as tucky distillers' association have resolved sister, Mrs. Boyd. amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol this position does not give up her class in Music, but will continue Dock Hoskins, colored, killed Tom gan are visiting their to stop the over production of whisky by thit Inttitution are tecured by a fund of $400,000. is spending a Five sworn statements of tha condition of the bank teaching as before. a Address closing down all distilleries in tbe State Osborne, policeman, at Norton. Hos Mrs. Ourry, of Lancaster, are made yearto the United kins resisted arrest. He will probably few weeks with her sister, Mrs. W. A. ment and eachassets are examined States governits year, provided 95 per cent, of the at stated times for one wuon caugm. by government agents, thus securing addititona mere is Carson. distillers agred to the plan. There are do lyncneu and perfect safety to depositors. much excitement over the killing. This inttitution, originally ettabllahed at the HUBBLE. iiOW in bond in the State 55,000,000 Deposit Hank of Stanford in 1858, then Four masked men at Ashland, O., Ued aa the National Ilank of Stanford in lSoj and and the demand is very light. Albattered in the door of John Miblin's G. A.Swinebrotttl uas bought a grain again reorganised as the Pint National Uaok ol ready 75 per cent of the distillers havo hat uninterhouso, bound him and his wife, and tor- crusher aud is going to feed barley to his Sunlord in iS8j, of js had practically an supplied rupted existence years. It is better agreed to now with lacllitiesfortransactintrbutiness prompt tured them by burning their feet and hogs for a few weeks. ly and liberally than ever before in its long and Master Bob Bright will give hia honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduSecretary Hoke Smitii admits, in re- hands till tbey gave up the little money playmates a birthday supper Friday and ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully sponse to criticisms that he was once a tbey had. Archbishop Gullion, of Oaxaca, all the little folks are looking forward to Tha Directory of this Bank is composed ol ailverite, but changed his mind on a more Forcstu Held, Lincoln thorough investigation of the subject, as Mexico, has inherited $13,000,000 in gold it with much anxiety. Bob is 7 years S.T. Harris, Lincoln; county; y old and only weighs 33 pounds, but is a it appears to us every sensible man from an English relative. J. H. Colliei, Lincoln; men should notice that in little man in habits. would. It is only fools who nover J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S. II, HaughmanJ Lincoln; Mexico sound coin is expressly designatEubanks Bros, and R. L. Hubble change their minds. J. S. Mocker, Stanford;' ed to distinguish it from inferior. car load of bogs, averaging shipped a W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; Electricity seems to be tbe coming The deputies appointed to collect 250 lbs., to Cincinnati Monday. D. N. M. D. Elmore, Stanford; steam engines are to tbe railroad tax in Carter county have Prewitt bought some lambs of Mrs. power, and tbe old T. P. Hill, Stanford; be left far in tbe rear. A huge electric about abandoned their task under the Broaddus at 3Jc. J. M. Snow sold a yoke K. L. Tanner,;McKinney; M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon.Ky locomotive was tested at Baltimore this threats of the citizens. A crowd of 1,000 rtf oTn la M. S. Russell at 21c. Judse week, when it pulled 26 loaded cars with bunted for one of the deputies named Robinson sold bis large bay gelding to a J. 8. Hocker, President; Jflo. . McRoberts, Cashier; . tbe greatest ease and ran at high speed. Justice, but be skipped tbe country, A. A. McKinney.AsiL Cashier Lexington paity " &mi-Weekly Interior Joukke Mr. J W. Harris, the bright young Journalist who has bo successfully man- aged the Owensboro Inquirer, has resign ed to accept the position of State and 19, 1985 telegraph editor of the Louisville Post. The Post has a knack of corraling the best of the newspaper herd. I grand-cntiure- n sua-pect- Summer of '95. of Profit d Not a Thought Now. post-offic- e. - 1,250-poun- t ' two-year-o- ld twe-year-o- ld SUMMER COAT & VEST 50C, , Mc-Crea- ry THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STANFORD, KY, 13,-5S- S 24,000-poun- HERE WE ARE AGAIN, well-know- er n Fanners Bank&Trnst WITHERS & HOOKER, "MASTIC" MIXED PAINT Roth-wel- l, ONLY; $1.40 ".PER: GALLON. attae-uo- n Very Fine and Durable. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. 7 y 1 PIANOS and ORGANS. FIRST 8200,000 P. H. ID OL, Stanford, Ky. gal-io- ns solic-te- Cheap-mone- TRUN KS VALISES ! free-silv- er TELESCOPES AND CLUB BAGS AT H. ! J. : 1YPROBERTS. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Jply Fancy pieces in China at Danka. & ( Stanford, Kv., - Try tbe caau plan with Severance Son this six months. 1U, 1895 Ohkai wheat for chicken feed at II, Baughman & Co's. Wuxn you insure witb Jesse D. you get what you insure for. CrtAin ft IlnrtcR., eaah druDslata. Ev a member of the Methodist church and ncVH erytuing cheap. an ardent admirer of the order of Knights - Cracked ice tnba 75c. Imitation cut ed the funeral at the Methodist church, glass. Danks, the jeweler. when the Knights took charge of the reJ. of com- mains and held a short service ut the For fire insurance in the best - of Pythias. Rev. W. E. Arnold preach- E. C. Walton, Business Manager PERSONAL POINTS. Wear-en- , panies call on Jesse D. Wearen. A good second-han- d engine for salo cheap. grave. MATRIMONIALMATTERS. John Swope, of Elkhart, Ind., shot W. U. Brady bought yesterday of his sweetheart to death when she refuscounty. Will Matbeny his cottage and lot on ed to marry him. Oils, paints, varnishes, etc., at Craig & Mill street for $750 cash. Counsel bas agreed to fix tbe ali Mrs. Fannik Green has boon sick for Hocker's, the New Cash Drug Storo. mony at $100 a week in case Mrs. Cor-be- tt several days. Nunn, who killed Bill Best, was held is successful in her divorce suit. Miss Katie Lke Ybaokh, of Boyle, to Youn account is ready and I must have without bail. A peculiarly cowardly Wm. J. Melton and Miss Oaee Bar-net- t, the guest of Miss Mary Bruce. money. Please call and sottlo. W. B. caBo of murder was made out. Mies Mary IIundlky is visiting rela- Mcltoberts. daughtar of Mrs. tbe " tives in Lebanon and Springfield, Tub Stanford Gobi Band bas been en- Hannah Barnett, were married yesterMessaqes for doctors left with Craig & Miss Mary McKinnky is visiting Miss gaged to play for the bicycle races at day. Hocker at the Cash Drug House will be A Tennessee editor, who has given Mlnva Phelps in Madison county. Mns. P. W. Grkkn is visiting in Doyle Tub Walnut Fiat school will open Monday, Miss Maggie Sacra, teacher. portable B. K. Wearec. Havo You Ever Gotten a Bargain? If not is your own fault, of for IP those who have called and bought one T One of the largest and most select lino The Stanford Water, Light & Ice Co. fever from kissing a crass widow. of hats ever received in Stanford at one declared a dividend of 2 Mi. and Mrs. Burgo, the former 70 time at W. H. Shanks'. Can tell you that this is percent. The total earnings were $4, and the latter 00 years old, quarreled at 205 53. Rut8ellville and separated. They had All who have not paid their city taxes will be advertised in next issue. Sam child of Mr. and Mrs. been married only three monthB. A W. Menefee, city tax collector. An Ohio man sued for breach of John Pepples fell from the stile block in Row. front of the house Wednesday and broke promise plead that as he proposed and From July 1st we shall conduct our re was accepted on Sunday, the contract acMr. Giucxniicrry BiwiiiT and Mrs. G. one of its arms. pair work and optical business on a spot . cording to the laws of the State is not A. Swinebroad went up to Middlesboro cash basis. Danks, the jeweler. Tux weather Is excessively hot. The binding. Tuesday. mercury baa been up in the 90s for sev.Tanix Wxaiibn went to A daughter of Senator Blackburn is Littlx Mim I shall leave Stanford permanently Somerset Tuesday to visit her sister, Mrs next month and those Indebted to me eral days and no relief is promised by about to marry, it is said, Mr. Plazer, a We will make one more Concession and that is the best suit ever sold the signal service. member of tbe Mexican Legation. He It. G. Hail. for city taxes must settlo at once. Very . we are Miss Nora Mobrland went to Rich respectfully, Sam W. Menefee. Mr. Stivers has withdrawn bis foolish is short and dark and speaks English rnond yesterday to visit Mr. and Mrs. breach of promise suit against Miss very poorlv. M. IlAnDiN has been appointed post Matt Cohen. Katberine West in Garrard, but Judge CHURCH AFFAIRS. Littlx Maiiy I'xn.minotom has been master at McCreary, Garrard county, M. Sauflev'a ioke about a woman jury in threatened with typhoid fever, but is F. Craig at Lynn Camp, in Laurel, and the case goes marching on. Rev. R. R. Noel will preach at Crab J. T. Boswell at VanArsdall, in Mercer. .9 much better. Orchard next Sunday at 11 a. m. t Mr. J. 0. Elmork is down from Jelllco The blackberry crop is exceedingly Next Sunday is Rev. J. P. Halsell's I (hall advertise for Stanford city taxHttlo daughter, Susie, who is to Bee his short nnd they sell at a high figure. It regular appointment at Walnut Flat, es in Tuesday's paper. Settle and save ill of scarlet fever. used 10 be said that the people of Pulaa We will let you be the judge, we've said our say. cost. I leave Stanford next month and ki could not pay their taxes if the black- where he will preach morning and night. Mies Bbrtiia Walkkr, of Garrard, Evangelist Fife is holding a great W. must wind up tbe business. Sam who has been visiting Miss Minnie Hup-leberry crop failed. If that is the case yet, meeting at Campbellsville. Prof. Mar-sMenefee. she will be a worse "pauper" than ever returned home yesterday. witb a choir of 100 voices furnishes Mus. Annie Jambs nnd daughters and James Locker is under arrest at Lan- this year. the music. Misses Ilottie and Bruce Wearen are vis- caster for living unlawfully witb Mrs. The Commercial Bank of Liberty was Parson Kratcher, who was holding iting relatives at Crab Orchard. Susan Dailey and her two daughters, organized Monday. F. P. Combest was a holiness meeting in Daviess county, Mns. Sarah Stewart, of Lexington near Paint Lick, Insatiate Locker, elected president; G. A. Prewitt, cashier made an objectionable statement and Come to see us when you come to Danville. who has been visiting Mrs. W. II. Cur- would not one have bu Diced ? Opera- the congregation pelted him with aged and A. P. Young, Weduesday. tis, loturned home tions will begin in about three weeks. eggs. Wi are requested to state that Miss Mk.O. E. Tatk has returned from Miss Bessie Talbott, daughter of Col It baa not yet been decided whether the Ilock Castle Springs, where be says 100 Mary Carter will begin her school at capital Block will be $25,000 or $50,000. onel Charles U. Talbott, of Versailles, Neals Creek on Monday next. Mr. Wal. guests are enjoying themselves. will sail from San Francisco on tbe 15th hustling cloth- ter Carter will also commence his school M11. J. L. Fhoiiman, the Mr. Reuuen Williams says that be of August for China, whero she goes as a ier of Danville, was on Tuesday's train at McCormack'a church on the same has had the house that was burned in- missionary of the Presbyterian church, day. sured ever since it waa built, but three having decided to devote bound for Crab Orchard Springs. her life to that Mits 'Vivian Thurmond was called Kentucky's prize beauty, Mrs. W. L. weeks before changed companies. He has work. She is the second daughter in borne yesterday by the illness of her Davis, who was Miss Mattie Thompson, carried since 1800, $79,770 in fire insur- one family to engage in missionary work ance and has paid out in premiums father, who lives in Hart county. of Hanodsburg, is a mother. The interin China. It is the first loss he has ever sufMr. and Mrs. S. V. Rowland, of Dan esting event occurred at Narraganset The census bureau reports that ville, were the guests this week of the Pier on the 10th and tbe new comer is a fered. ... there are 143 distinct denominations in family of Hon. John 8am Owsley, Sr., at boy. Tux Stanford Roller Mills steamed up the United States, besides independent . Walnut Flat. for tbe first time since the fire yesterday churches and miscellaneous congregaTeachers will be glad to know that Miss Susik Riley, who has been bore afternoon and Mr. J.H. Baughman tells tions. The total communicants of all for several months under tho treatment the per capita for 18lt0 will be f'2.80 an us that be is in better shape than ever denominations is 20,012,800, who belong y for her increase of five cents over this year, notof Dr. Carpenter, leaves to make excellent flour. The latest im- to 105,177 organizations or congregationr. withstanding tbe bard times and tbe inborne at London. proved machinery bas replaced that in- These congregations have 142,521 crease of tbe Bcbool population to nearMrs. Mary Elkin and Mrs. Martha jured and the 100 barrels it makes per which have sittings for 43,504,863 ' Salter, of Garrard, were over Wednesday ly 728,000. The firm is now persons. The value of church property, day will bo . to see their relative, Mr. Uugb Hays, paying CO cents for wheat and has gotten used exclusively for purposes of worRxmbmuer the Moreiand Union who continues very ill. School Excursion to Cincinnati next 15,000 bushels at that price. ship, is $070,030,139. There are 111,030 Misses Oatiiabink Alcorn and Helen Tuesday, 23d, conducted by Bert Shew- regular ministers, not including lay Tiylor, two of Uustonville'a beauties maker and George L, Carpenter. Train OF A LOCAL NATURE. preachers Fitted by Latest Scientific Methods. are visiting Mies Martha Paxton Rout, leaves Moreiand at 5:45 a. M. Fare for Local option was carried in Russell Hlghcation Avenue. on The B'g Four will run a grand excurround-tri- p children 5 to 10 years county by a majority of 450. Mr. James W. Fox, of Big Stone Gap, $125. danger- sion from Cincinnati August 1st, to NiagJames Mann was shot and . was among the visiting statesmen here round-triand Lake ously wounded by John Phillips near ara at J5 for the Wednesday, drawn by tho Cumberland Danville Is to havo a public fountain, Bradfordsville. 50. Toronto only $1 Chautauqua at Valley Land Co.'s meeting. the contribution of a generous lady, Mrs. more and Thousand Island $5 more than Miss Mamie Cawood, of MiddlesboWe have Specialist. Owslky and Chastine Joe Gill. Little Britain is slowly catchMissus Ellkn rates to Niagara. This road will also cive ro, was bitten by a rattlesnake and la exo McGregor, a beautiful pair who have ing up with Stanford, though wo are not for the round to Bosa rate of pected to die. good to return Sept. 10, been visiting in Middlesboro, were here disposed to brag over tho fountain here, ton August NaDepositors of the defunct First Tuesday en route to Ltucaater. which a young lady very justly proon account Knight Templar's Conclave. tional Bank, of Middlesboro, are being Mm. E. T. Minor, of Louisville, was nounced "quite a joke. For full particulars call on aeent of Big paid a dividend of 10 per cent. .. here for a short while Tuesday on his Four or address E O. McCormack, pass. Hon. John D.Goodloo, of Madison, Thieves have been getting in their way to Lancaster to see his wife, who is traffic agent, and D. B. Martin, G. P. A., work in the last few days. Tuesday bos announced his candidacy for ill at her father's, in that city. man Cincinnati. all tho meat except one tiou as Senator. He is a McCreary Musks Jthsii: and Katk Cook nnd night they stole and a popular one. piece in Mr. Ed Carter's smoke-bousMary Holmes Lusk,o( Hustonville, spent NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Louis Coffey has been bound oyer in few nights sgo Mr. J. S. Hocker's ben several days with fsiends hero this week. a was relieved of several dozen chick- the sum of JGO0 to the Circuit Court to Miss Lusk went to Lancaster from this roost ens, and for two successive nights Mr, bo tried for the killing of Isaac Burnett placo. garden on his farm has been at Monticello, July S. Miir. Mary W. Bowman, of Danville, W. P. Tate's James Hodgkin, Sr., father of Miss Those indebted to the estate ol John M. Reid of vegetables. Mr. W. H. Millis visiting Mrs. F. Held. Her daughter, robbed icitle with .At the Very. Wednesday Adelaide Hodgkin, who used to vitit Miss will please indebted will meat once and those to disturbed present their claims propwhom it it Miss Virginia, is at Long Branch, under er's chickens were night, but a shot from that gentleman's Lucy Tate, now Mrs. C. U. Paine, here, erly verified to me for payment. tho chaperonago of Mrs. Bowman's JOHN , FOSTER, is dead at Winchester. ' trusty ntle scared the scamps away. Exor. John M. Reld. 3S friend, Mrs. Watson, of Lexington. .. Tho Kentucky Central has adopted Mil. J. E. Carson, of tho East End, The stockholders of tho Cumberland tolls us that he has had as Ids guest for Valley Land Co. met hero Wednesday orange and canary as its colors, and has buildHBveral days, Mr. V. E. Fuller, of New and elected Messrs. Vincent Borelng, bo painted all of the company's Mr. F. la one of the most exten- Robert Boyd, J. A. Craft, John W. Fox, ing botween PariB and Covington. York. Successors to J. B. Hlggins, Dealers in AtGov. Brown has appointed our olJ sive Jersey cattle men in the country. Jr., James W. Fox, J. W. Hayden, J. S. friend, Capt. O. P. Ely, of Flat Lick, one Prop. J. M. IIuiihahd baa returned Hocker, W. G. Welch and W. P. Wal- from Gallatin, whero be made all ar- ton directors for the ensuing year and of tho delegates to tbe National Farmers' Congress, which meets at Atlanta, Oct. rangements to accept tho presidency of they Judge Boreing, president; Kv. Howard Female College. He secur- Dr. R. B. Whitridgd, of Boston, vice the Charles Spurlock, charged with killed three of his faculty in the town and president, and J. S. Hocker, secretary the will ing John Cawood iu Harlan county six We old continue will coal business at Mr. times all on bas three more 10 engage. and and treasurer. The committee, James years ago, baa boen acquitted by tbe ju- the very standcoal whicnhave will hand at promptly. deliver we best Mrs. Maiiy Ouaio, MIbs Bettie Paxton W. Fox and J. W. Hayden, appointed to We will sell strictly for cash and will make it to pay and Mr. G. H. McKlnney loft yesterday audit tho treasurer's accounts made a ry at Pineville. This ends the famous the interest of. the people ot this section to 37 Cash. Howard-Turne- r fued. for Martinsville, Ind., to Bpend gratifying report, showing a nice sum on morning O. W. Kremer, of H. T. I can get I will taVe all the several weeks. Mrs. Craig and Mr. hand after 25 per cent, dividends have Harris, of this place, was robbed of a TTTrT7C for cash or in trade hides leather on tor rHJJiO. Stantord or at my home in go in search of health, while been declared. The company's lands lio court days at valuable diamond pin, while on his way Chat. Ennslin, Tanner. Miss Paxton goes for recuperation. nrlncinallv in Harlan county and era. to French Lick Springs last Sunday, but Don't Time is coming on and you will want lots of Summer Goods, of Groonsburg, Mb. Lucikn 0. Alcoun, brace mnny thousands of acres. HOLDABI, forget to look at our stock. Fancy Goods, Notions, Summer Wash detectives succeeded in recovering tbe formerly of this county and familiarly 9 . pretty pin and arresting the thieves. A Sad Cask. An unusually Is a candidate for Superintendent of Schools of Goods, Fans, Handkerchiefs, Parasols, Small of all kinds. as "Wink," has become an In- known Lincoln Tho three boys Ed Monday, Elsie mocracy.county, subject to the action of tho Deventor and is, wo hope, destined to be- - young woman from the East End was November election, 1895. Fox Bobbitt BroaddUB and Jim Cosby who are rnmo rich bv it. Ho has obtained letters here with Hon. Fontaine Taypatent for a safety attachment for eleva- yesterday to swear out a warrant for bas- charged with aessuUlng little Annie W. S. BURCH, tardy against Richard Emmett Brooks, lor Saturday night, were arrested at tors. of Public a candidate for Superintendent Is DepSchools of Lincoln county; subject to the action Mr. Josbi'ii Clark and wife, of Indi of tho Brodhead neighborhood. Her their homea near Valley View by of the Demociatic party. annpoliB, Mr. Win Warner, of Sedalio, name is Miss Eliza Turner and hors is uty Sheriff Simmons and taken to Richmond and lodged in jail. To the officers, of man's porfldy and wo id. nnd Mrs. Samuel G. Warner and the old story Dresses will be in demand for three months yet, so you should come man's trustful love. The follow wooed it is said they nude a confession. They son, Fred, of Birmingham, Ala., attend now before the stock is broken. ed tho burial of Mr. S. G. Warner, Tuea and won her, only to cast her abide at a ought to bo hung. Mr. Samuel G. WarThe remains of -:- ,i.v Thnv were cuestB of Mrs. Kate time when she most needed his protec tion and support. Suo says she has ner, an uncle of Mra. Kate Dudderar, Dudderar. who died at Mineral Springs, Tenn.,were Ky. Mr. 8am W. Mbnefre, on tho recom waited patiently and begged him S. H. save her honor and legalize brought here and interred in Buffalo to meudatlon of Commissioner 3 her offspring by fulfilling his promise to Cemetery Tuesday afternoon. Mr. WarSbankB, has been appointed s8oj. Birmingham, Ala., and was and stenographer lor tne toai anu uamB marrv her. but he turned a deaf ear to ner lived in Primary, Preparatory and Collegiate Depart- institute, a new and lucrative position. her entreaties and she waa forced to take a member of tbe undertaking firm of ments. Forget we have Summer Goods and they must go regardless of priNo one can Warner, Smiley & Co. He had been in Scientific, Classical and Special Courses ot Mr. Menefee is a moral, competent and the legal steps she bas. . ces'. time and had gone Study. of Music, Art, French and ElocnUon. Schools popular young man and everybody will look into the soulful eyes of tbe bad health for a long wronged girl and not hope that Brooks to the above named Springs to try tbe Best teachers employed, each a specialist in her be gratified at ms goou lormuc. own Department. will be made to repair the injustice be e fleet of Its waters (or liver trouble. BeBoarding pupils under the direct supervision of AND VICINITY. CITY has done ber or feel to tbe fullest extent sides a wife, Mr. Warner left Beven chil teachers. Kor further Information, address WILLIAM SHELTON, President. dren, most of whom are grown. He waa the law's demands. of habi at W. H. Shanks'. of pension has been granted Judge T. Z. Morrow, of Somerset. Miss Katk Alcoun haH gone to Franklin to visit Misses Barlow and Munford Mrs. V. E. Ellis has returned from a protracted visit to her mother in Glaa A HKM8SUK semi-annu- Mia Mattik Alcorn, of Hustonville, is the guest of Miss A mi to McKinney. promptly delivered. Nicholasville, Friday and Saturday, Aug. .. 2 and 3. the subject practical demonstration, says that a fellow Is not liable to catch bay OUR $10.00 SUITS Bargains. ... two-year-o- ld THE Place For Genuine ... NOW SELLING AT GOOD. m y, on OTHER DEPARTMENTS EQUALLY AS book-keepe- r. $2,-03- 1. THE GLOBE Strictly One Price Clothing House J. L. Prohman & Co., Prors., Danville, Kentucky. to-da- eJi-flee- s, M first-clas- s. Sunday-- P1EOTACL.E.S ". f'-'.- m p $-- For .' Diseased Eyes, one-far- 25-3- 1, DANKS, THE JEWELER, AND OPTICIAN. re-ele- c e; 1 NOTICE. MCAS0W8 JAUl : -- R. R. Noel & LOWEST Son, His-Ein- PRICES, All Hinds of Coal, ed 10-1- 0. Stanford, W. H. WEAREN & CO.'S s' Mc-Kinn- son-in-la- Olten-Hel- m JAMES F. STRATFORD Female College, pit-eons- ly book-keep- er Stanford, Fall Session Opens Sept. SEVERANCE & SON. A world ,! W. h. ECT5H KKKJ-- S iJSE&JLjSXZ 8CT333E SE3E 3SSSTTft DR, W. B. I BW?PF SBHI-rai- T .r PJCITlT"Sr. t 1ST, JOURNSL. A CORNER FOB WOMEN. Tun Hritish matron is nettled by Damlct's caustic observations on her Fubllshod Every Tuesday and Friday lnck of physical charms and of her AT tnstc in dress. Sho says in reply thot S3 PKB YMAR IN ADVANOK the French novelist saw very little of England. not .opaid S2.60 will be charged Jul Fisk was worth about two million dollars when ho was killed by Ed. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Fish's widow is living Stokes. Traljji leave Stanford t 7:15 a m. ami 3 p. m. in a humblo frame houso in tho tenep. m. and 9:05 p. in. arriving t 4:30 ment district of lloston on an income of fifty dollars a month. LOCAL TIME CARD. ' en r.Trytninc txio.e. "Thieves," read tho head of tho family, "aro going about appropriating My everything loose." "Ilenvcns! bloomcrsl" was Maud Edith's unguarded exclamation. Indianapolis Journal. Juit to Misko Itoom. Ico cream ho bought his beloved, And sho nte ami eho a to and she nte. And her heart sho llnnlly cavo to him, To mako room (or auothcr plato. Town Topics. To-da- y L.O. SKNSITIVKI.Y OKQANI7.r.n. No, No. No. 14, Train going North...., 16, ,ia 3 ..13 s, No. -- 3, " " South ... " - . 1 QUEEN & CRESCENT. Rums Wateimioi'se, n wealthy mant$n m ufacturer of men's furnishing goods in 04 p ni New York, recently deceased, has left l5Ptu a legacy of two hundred thousand dollars to found a consumption ward in St. Luke's hospital, to bo named in honor 7 P m flowers Is well known, and sho lias an especial fancy for great flowering fur- Notk No. s and 6 and 9 and 10 run no plants, but is enthusiastic over all' flowthor than Junction City, nor on 3nndsy. ers, from tho most modest wild flower Robert Unirganl wrm hum: by n mob roso and orto tho conservatory-bre- d at Wiucheater Monday night for attemptchid. ing rape on Myrtle Elkln, a white girl Lon'O as sho has resided in England, and a cripple. He wnanrreet-e- d the princess of Wales hns never mastered tho English accent, "Channel," Sunday night nt Ford after tho father . ; "Talk about ttnlr.a-for Instance, she pronounces "shannel," aren,- sain pretty young Aunt Post, re- of the girl had ahot nt him live times, and there aro man3 other little dlfllcul-tie- s flectively, nfter reading a letter from wounding him once in the arm. Capt. of speech which betray that sho is y her married sister. "I never Raw John G. Jonea, who was n Confederate a foreigner born and bred. to equal Clara's boys. You couldn't ollicer under Morgan, commanded the Mns. Ida Buxton Cole, prominent ask cither of them to bring in a pall of mob, which was 200 strong. No ellort among suffrage speakers, says: "Wo water but he'd burst right out crying." was made at concealment and everything read in tho Dlblo that after the IsraelN. Y. Recorder. ites were all worn out with wrangling was done in n quiet nnd orderly manner. AVny Up. and dissensions God gavo them a The local company of Statu guards was Catterson When 3011 were first marwoman Deborah to Judge them; sho called out, but discretion was regarded ruled over them for forty years, and wo ried, did j'our wife know all about the better part of valor and no ellort wb housework? read that 'then they had a rest," Nattcrson Yes, indeed, old man. made to resist tho mob. This is tho secAh' appeal has been issued to tho Why, sho taught me all I know. St. ond lynching in Winchester in 10 yeare. women of the south for funds with which to build a monument to tho Louis Republic. mother of Gen. Robert E. Lee. An asBucklln'a Arnica Salvo No Ocruilon for Alnrm. Absolutely Pure. for sociation formed for tho purpose has The best salve Cumso What do think of tho sores, ulceri, taltin the woild aorta,cuti, bru'tei.tetter, charrheum, fvcr matter chilblains, corns and all akin eruption, A cream of tarter baking pow- theerect in charge. It is proposed coming woman? hands, to the monument in tho churchpositively cures pilea, or no pay repuired. It is t Cawker She is not worrying me. If guaranteed to give pertect satisfaction or money der. Highest of all in leavening yard of Christ church, Alexandria, Va. sho waits to button her gloves sho will refunded. Price 3tcenU per boa. For sale by Latest United States strength. A. R Prcny, btanloru, Ky. not arrive In your lifetime or mine. SAYINGS OF THE WISE. Government Food Report. Judge. Time Is the herald of truth. Cicero. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., The ltraaon. Patikm'e is tho key of content. Mo106 Wall Street, Now Yorfc. He Wh3 do girls like to bo engaged hammed. bo often nnd married so seldom? The follovioc farmers have posted their lands A. C. Lasham John B. Cattleman. Command Is anxiety; obedience, ease. She Why, they get a diamond ring and hunters and trappera ill plMie take notice. JOH.VTUHNHL'LL. Pa ley. for each engagement nnd only a gold Merry larks are plowmen's clocks. ring for marriage. Truth. Shakespeare. A. S. To Cntch 'Km Iloth Way.. Aftek victory strap tho helmet Surgeon Author I've got a great scheme to tighter. Japanese. Opinion is a medium between knowl- mako a fortune. I'm going to writo a Dentist, book on the financial question. edge and ignorance. Plato. His Friend Well? The sure way to miss success in to Author And then I'm going to writo Office over McRoberts' Drug Store in the Owsley miss tho opportunity. Chaslcs. llulldinc, It is the penalty of fame that a man a reply refuting it. flblcRcro Record. &CASTLEMAK must ever keep rising. Chapln. Minds which never rest nro subject MANAGERS, to many digressions. Joubert. Commerce Building, Louisville The pursuit even of tho best things ought to be calm and tranquil. Cicero. Agents throughout the South I have great hopes of a wicked man, slender hope of a mean one. Ileecher. Dealer In- W. A. TBXBBLE, Local Agont, Fiction is a potent agent for good in the hands of the good. Mmc. Necker. STANFORD. K.Y The shortest way to do many things if v"OU AKt, GOING. is to do only one thing at once. Smiles. Fosteh the beautiful, and every hour thou eallest new flowers to birth. .THE Schiller. Theke aro some people who glvo with the air of refusal. Queen Chrisl Tratnapaie Junction City as follows: No. t South .... 11 4 rn No rortn 4 " 3 13.15 am .. m ...3 -1- 9 II .1 II fi Kilt! .a r. tn 6 " 10 ...31s m ,..6 00 a m .35 3Pm P" of his deceased wife. Mns. Cleveland's great fondness for On Tuesday, July 30tb, tho Chesapeake nnd Ohio will run a special train of Pullmnu palace Bleeping cara nnd day coaches from Lexington to Old Point Comfort, leaving at 4:30 r. M. nnd Jarriv-in- g at Old Point early next afternoon, in time for n refreshing pluugo in tho surf before supper. Round trip tickets will be sold nt $13, good to return until 17th. Stop twvta will be granted at any station on return trip. Special ba made at thelllvRuin Hotel and also to Nmw York, Washington, Virgin!. Reach nnd t the surrounding resorts. A trip to Old Point Comfort aflords n greater variety of recreation and enjoyment than auy other re aort known. Writo a postnl for descrip tive cucular slving full information. towns. Special rates from all Guonc.K W Kahnby, Dia't Pass. Acent, Lexington, Ky, Au-Ru- et low-rateej- Croon Briar Spring FOR SALE. rcreonedesirlrfcaplaceof this kind will to find thtlr advantage 14 to call on or address, MRS. MARY K. SLAUGHTER, Crab Orchard, Ky. Dentist, W. S. : Stanford, t Ky. Opposite the Poat-Offi- THE J3ASTIN HOUSE, Crab Orchard, Ky. Meet all Trains,nlght and day. Palrona taken to auy part 01 town Free of Charge. Good Office on Main Street, c Uunh. Atty. at Law, M. N'ewland, Deputy Sherlfl. day. Livery Attached. n-m Fare of Hotel $1.00 per A. It 1IASTIN, 1'rop. Buroh. & ITowland, Conoral Colloctors, Stanford, Lincoln Oo., XTOTICE I Kentucky blue-erne- s In Having decided to move Id my store-hoStantnrd. Ky,. I have a deilrabln itorhoutf In o( Ruwland which I will tell th builncia portion or rent at a reatoniblo price. Fur Inlornation ap ply to, T.U. HALL, We etTer our icrvlcis tothe public to do a gen rrnl Collecting HinlntM. Accounts, uoles, ttc cetlected In all parts ot the county. tt 6m Dobtorn "Sour Cattlo. ROYAL "-- 1 will go to any place whara there are tic or more cattle to .ehorn. I do the work with the Lfghtnlrg Dehorurr Can drhorn auy cow la three seconds. The knile makes a clean, smooth AT LANCASTER, KY. cut, dot snot crush nor break the horn, as the Store Room 80 fcrt deep, plate glass front, the clipper does. Ills the only humaue way lode, horn punish he latest modern shelving, all new and elegantly fur- and theDoes notgets well as animal like the taw, wound quick again as that nished for dry goods, clothing or drug store. Cen- made by the saw. For former Information, call trally located on the Public Squat, among the on O.A.PKYTOM, btanforil, Ky. cash ttorra of the town. Terms and price right. See the Llghtn'ng Pruning Hook. 101. Addiest It. 11 llATsiOK, Lancaster. FOB lEZEJUSTT, auj'-bod- Kashvillej Tenn.i College for Toun Ladies. 1 am now ready to deliver Ice irom the Stanford ater, Light and Ice Company's Factory IGIE I AKlH6 POWDER Rov.;Gco. W. F. Price, D. D., Pres., At 40 Cents Per Hundred Pound3 Mrs. S. 0. Trueheart, Former- And oer and;Hc a pound for 10 poundt and up to 100. ly of Stanford, Ky., Lady PrinItlllt duo lit of each mon'h. cipal. Thrc llultdings; room for too bosrders. Faculty of 49 Officers, Teachers and Lecturers. Patronage Irom entire outh, Privileges in Vandeibilt University. Muic Conservatory. Artivudio. Gymnasium, Fine Patscugrr F.lcvators, Term begins a hcpt,a, 1893. bend for Catalogue, si-jr- K. IIRKMEK, Stanford. 1 TO THE LADIES I W. S. BTJRCH, Stanford, House. My Millinery Sto:k ii fill sal omplste, Call and examine and you will.be sure to buy Spring Hat. MISSL1CC1E RKAZLEV, Sunford, Ky POSTED. Attornoy at Law J - - Kentucky. TEE liADIES CORDIALLY : ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL, Officon I.ancaiter Street, oppoilie the Court Collections receive especial altcntlnn INVITED pible ) T J PRICE, insurance Company Wallaoo E. Varnon, Attorney at Law, - - Stanford, Ky. Stanlord, Kentucky. To call and ciamlnt tay Spring Millinery, which I aiu opemag up. I pride myself that it is wcll ietettrd and that It is bound to pleat. Hating bought lor cash and bng determined to tell for cash, I cau m1I at the lewest prices An eiamloalioti will convince ou. MRS A. A. McKI.VNEV. W B Will act as Ksecutor, Administrator and Assign- Special attention given to Settle nenls of Ft. atcs. as Attorney and bale and Division of nlants' Lands. Office on Lancaster St. over Supt. W, F. McCla. 00 JONKS. HK, VGB, BARBEE K. WrEAIHEM -- ry't office. J. : T. : STJTTOIT, hustonville,:kentucky. Offers hit aervices o the people ot West Lin rull stock of Coram and Caskets always on hand. $ .Mansger, U. 9. Carpenter, coin and Casey Counties undertaker, aroRTK west, Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages Wagons, STANFOBD, K"ST. W. I.. WITHERS, Salesman. proprietors Dean's lllack Diasond Koo Paint Estimates furnlined for rwlntlng Wood, Metal and lion Roofs. Satisfaction Gusrantcvd. All tools pamteU with Deau'a lllack Diamond Paint guaranteed fur years Dealers In cm Pumps and Galvanlird Iron tilers. Ust els. 67.1m JOXTES BROS., Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. Sole Wire and Picket Fence, Made of Seasoned Oak Pickets, Manufactured and for sale by G. B. COOPER, ........Proprietors of........ tiana. FROM LouiaviLLC a NaaHVIllC R. rl. BARRACKS AND CAMP. Livery ami Feed Stable, STANFORD, KY. increase tho price of camphor, as that island nnd Japan are the ch ef places from which we obtain tho drug. Japan proposes to build a steel tcwer Make close connections at 1,000 feet high at Tokio to commemorLOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI ate its victory over China. It will bo adorned with atatues of Japanese worthFor all points. .THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. ies. CHECKED THROUGH BAGGAGE Anton Lipp, of Mlskolcz, tho last enquire of . .Tor anv information Hungarian survivor of tho battle of JOES. nttSxt nutiiiiKy Jllin. Stanford, Leipzig, died lately at 102. For some years ho had been tho only living per San Francisco. son wearing tho "cannon cross," made Portland. ..To tie., of the guns taken in the battle, tho emblem of tho military order established by Emperor Francis of Austria for the campaigns of 1813 and 1814. His Via The.. cross was buried with him. Somk of tho troops engnged in tho Chitral campaign seem to havo learned the lesson of saving their ammunition. At the taking of tho Mala-kan- d fgyiOUItVlllt titWAlBAKT CHICAtO Rr &S pass, tho Second brigade, which bore the brunt of the lighting, with Only Dining Car Route From 2,825 men, fired only 19,7-1- rounds, an average of less than seven per man. The engagement lasted several hours, and was tho first in which the Lee- Metford rifle lias been used with corElegant Pullman Vestibuled dite. la the hoe for you, as its Japan's war In Formosa Is likely to A. C. SINE, Dealer In Double Dally Trains St. Asaph Carriage STANFORD, KENTUCKY, Co., Having bought of P. W. Green his Llverv iness and added new buggies and horses, we aie prepared to furnish I busFIRST-CLAS- S TURNOUTS MERSHON first-clas- s & GREER, Proprietors. All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairin style. done in On short notice. The traveling public will fijd us alwaya ready and wilting to turnish Drummers' Wagons, either single or double, or Carri. ages of ailkindsat very LOW PRICKS. The boys In and around town will also find us the pco pie to deal with. Stop with us when in town at courts and entertainments and your horse and va. hide will be well cared for. Prices lower than the same quality of material G. II. COOPER can be bought at elsewhere. Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky. S; Office and Yard. Depot Street. Stanford, Ky. SPRING AND SUMMER. Lumdcr, Lath and Shingles, Sash, Doors and Blinds, Metal Roofing, Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Finishing Lumber, etc. NORTHWEST 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. Something" to Beautifytho Ladies. Dally openintng. New Hats, flowers and laccsl We els tho assurance to the trade that they wtl find In our establishment the same escluslvcntst In style of patterns, hats and bonnets and all the leading novelties in Millinery for whuh we ate known throughout the country. t have secured a trimmer for the season. Thanking you lor past favors, we respectfully solicit your patronage heretofore M D DUIiDhRAR- besuwed. KATK DUDDKRAR. Manager. firit-clisoiii-crall- I Sell for Cash Only. Tho Myers Houso, P. W. GRF.EN. Proprietor. MR. E. E. KIELEY. EH EXPERIENCED Has charge of our Painting Department. FEIETER. Give us a trhl. Stanford, : : : n Kentucky. 3LOUISTrXXX.E TO CHICAGO. 1SS 1.,. . I am still running this Hotel and will contiuue to give my guests the politest attsn "as well as tho best the market affords. TO TH2S CITISEXTS Of Lincoln County. The ewj Sleepera of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address E. H. BACON, FRANK J. REID. D. P. Agent, G. P. Agent, Chicago. Louisville. NAMES OF OUR RIVERS. Reliable Process They have Proven a Success. Special Attention1 to the Travel ing Public. - THE Mill, London. IULEY - - HOUSE Kentucky. Denver. to call for MONON' Route, He SURE St. Paul. The Acquia creek, in Virginia, has an Indian name, sienlfvlntr "muddv Greatly improved for 1895 and water." worthyjof consideration. Lackawanna is a corruption of tho Indian words lcchanhnnne,"thc stream Lancaster Planing Lancaster, Ky., F. B. RILBY, Proprietor, I have moved to my ne Hotel and sun better prepared man ever to accommodate the nuMlr. MWVI. a.,BlUMl and every convenience ja-sired. Give ma a call. 77 FRANK R1LXY, that forks." Ky. Midland R'y, Only Duect Lite Between Cincinnati and Frankfort and quickest between Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland, run by Central Standard Time. Time Tabid June a, 1895. No. t. No. 3. No. 7. TUAINS EAST. a. m. p. m. p. m. 4 00 00 tort A 7 00 t.v Frank M t ao Elkborn 41a ..711 148 " Stamping Uround 7 18 430 47 ' Georgetown.il... 7 47 J 3 C. S. Depot 7 Si Arr. co 1 Frankfort, Georgetown and. Paris, Carlisle, Maysville, Oynthlana, Falmouth and Covington. Shortest Humholdt river, in Nevada, was named by Fremont in honor of Ilaron Humboldt. The Ocklockonee, in Florida, is named from a Seminole word, meaning "yellow water." The Atchafalaya, In Louisiana, was named by tho Choctaws. Tho word means "long river." Is now n full operation, and Invites the attentlou oi the builders of Lincoln county to its material, Note supcrioi workmanship and low prices. .., SOME OF OUR PRICES: Perlectly clear poplaror yellnw pine flooring at As low aa $150 per hundred. Perfectly clear yellow poplai weather boarding; at Aa low as $1 30 per hundred. 1 1.50 per hundred. Allpatterns and thicknesses ol Ceiling In y:!!ow pine, poplar, chestnut and ash, aa low aa I i.aj per hundred. Double dressed lumber as low as i per hundred. Beautiful vellow pine finishing lurobrr. quarter oak, Ac. Save money by giving us you. They are beautiful andjan ornament to a parlor. D. S. CARPENTER, ispei hundred. Hustonvlllo, Ky., Has more nice Furniture than waa ever in HusMore pretty Huggles, Surreys and ton. I Moiegood Cultivators, Wagons, and moro nice Harness, HrldJes, Whips and Plows Hinder i wine than waa ever seen here. Hemore the public to call and see his stock and get pricea. es The East river, North river and Trains South river, at New York, were named by the Dutch. THE GERMAN EMPIRE. Guarantee Satisfaction Call and see. C,de,,THE LANCASTER PLANING MILL, fj.oir Lancaster. " Paris C 8 30 1. j 35 "i in Germany. In North Schleswig tho Danish Lan-gu- n 6 4 go society has been ordered to dis6 40 2$ 40 (S 7 '8 solve, ns tho Kiel judges decide that It jo - Elkhorn 7 !3 Is a political club. it 16 7 ' a 7 35 '3 Arr Frankfort A... 11 3 Hep.lin Is tho most cosmopolitan of largo European cities. Only thirty-seve- n SUNDAY TRAINS per cent, of its inhabitants aro Leave Georgetown 10 36 a. m; arrive Frankfort so a. ti Leave m. arrive Georgetown German by birtlu Frankfort a 00 p A societv for the suppression of s Kentucky Midland Railway and scandal has Just been started at Instcr-bur- g form the shortest and cheanest route to all in East Prussia. Every scandaluointt South, East, Ncrth and West. Kor further inrormatiou apply to their agents. ous story spread in the town will bo C. D. UKKCAW, Gen. Pass. Agent. GEO. B. UARPER, Itec'r&Gen.Supt traced and the originator prosecuted by Frank for., Ky. the society. Lve Paris 9 10 C. S. Depot Georgetown U 10 Stamp's Gro'd 10 TRAINS WEST. No, C No. 4. No. 10. No. 8. p. m. a in. p." ni. a. ui. 45 17 C German frugality is shown in tho letting of the old Reichstag building for business purposes at f 500 a year. Slag from blast furnaces is pulverized and used for fertilizing farm lands HIGGINS & McKINNEY, THE HEALING WATERS" STILL FLOW FROM OLD M.S. IIaugiiman. J. W. Haugiisian Crab Orchard Springs. Since their discovery more than a century ago, these famous Springs bate given resit Ii and pleasure to a mighty army ol Invalids and Tourists from all parts ol file world. The Springs are M.S.&J.W.Baughman, rnorniKTOHs in LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. If Now Open for Reception of Guests. Uoatlng, Rowling, lllllUrds, Dancing. Driving, Kishine, Outdoor Games, Good Mudc, New Livery, An Excellent Cuisine, And all that goes to make your visit enjoyable. foVrltir you neod livery give us a call. IUnrourm,W,,""Ve Ur Nothing but " " HARNESS SHOP You will find a irood die., Saddle.. Have Ii Receiving His TERMS MODERATE. call. Hoard and Rooms, S3 to S15 per week. Special Rates to Families and Societies. For further iuformstion apply to OUS liOI'MAKK. Prop.. Crab Orchard, Kj a or""."BcSjltB& connec-lion- SPRING : AND : SUMMER : GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee first-dawork and' prices. Tiy ourhor...hoer. ' is sitl.f.ctnr. u