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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895072301 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. aL EMI-Weekl- y Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. JULY 23. 1895. NO. 42 vol. xxiii. KIOD'S STORE. HUSTONYILLE. these three car loads they made $20. Jus. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. , ho 'hI In held at $2 75 and 53 hero Old corn 'lUl three car -- MIfs Sarah IWlii, a native of Har-Miss Florence McMurtry commenc- of ,H1"08 week and lost $100 on rodaburirwho has la elv adopted Hub- - nd baled hay at SOc; no sales as yet ot 1a,,f the nnb,,c Bcho1 at Msn'B Bcuo1" "IB 101. Mr. Allen took n nice bunch of ?d by UeW 1)8'. nninvpd A rntivill I. .uiv..M; "'Jw " nR visitor cattle to Danville court. n 1I t,.,t uonee yesterday, asnd. ' ibo tlrst blackborrhs of the season old friends of this locality. Eld. Jesse Walden, of this place, is And a complete line ol Crayon, Slates, Tablets and Pencils, in fact theui bock again rather than" Klton Ford, a young Uuckeye, who appeared on our streets last wook. Price begin a protracted meeting nt Scott's every thing a pupil needs. take low prices ollered. Uriah Dunn, to has been reared in an atmosphere of pre- - 00c per water bucket. another of our traders, took in the1 Fork tho Eecond Sunday In August. A now feed stablo In town, Judlue against the reputed bloodtblrstv Tho members of the juvenile club Georgetown court laet week, but found Is sojourning with friends near ted by Dud Jarman, old, is the latest stormed Misses Eugenia and Barbara Aluotlilng to buy nnd only succeeded in by Bud is gradually recovering from con- candidate for the favor of the public. len Busby at their home on Danvillo Wheat threshing has been delayed trauing one ot bis horses for two to a of a cordon of greu- Vlctloa of necessity street one night lflBt week. Fine Box Paper, Tablets and Envelopes. A splendid assortment. man there. Arthur Jones sold a W(J notce tie new crQj) J)o adlers and apprehension of ambuBcadis, i)y rn,)( Tuesday, at the home of the aaddlu gelding last week, by chap ginning to come in. Lust Tuesday when rashly risking a ride through bride's parents in the upper part of the nnd over highway. But one, Givens delivered sir loads to tho mill Masou Talbott, for $03. , county, Mr. Jones, of Crab Orchard, is to , M. G. Thompson and wife are s death by violence and two or three nhoot-- here. homo again after au absence of n week. bo united in marriage to MIbs Addie Mil Everything new, purest and best quality. We solicit your patronage. occurred within ear shot While attending the Tiirnersville ing acrapa have Miss Lucy Alcorn has returned from a ler. o! his abiding place during the few meeting onu night last week, Millard AlThe partnership firm of the Lances-te- r visit to Pennsylvania. conceptions len's horse became unmanageable Mm. Pearl weeks of his sojourn Bnd his Planing Mill has dissolved and S. T and of Washington City, aud two beau- of the ferocious product of former slave rearing up, fell, while in the shafts, Leavel has severed his connection with Druggist, Stanford, Ky. . territory and the momentary menace to against n fence. Fortunately but sliubt tlful children, were in town last week t but will again go into the coal busivisiting friends. Misj Kate Bogle will life to the innocent and un- damage was done. limb and ness. e wary traveler, have been materially mod' The public school eeesion hero will teach the McKinney public school next in tbis Married nt the iiled by bis gracious reception and begin on Mondny, July 29th. Miss Mary term. Win. Graen, the insurance man, place Thursday, Mr. Thomas Ogg and appetite up to present writing Thompson will be assisted by Miss Mary who died at Perry ville last week, was Mifs Bottie Martin, of tho White Lick nnd widely related here. vicinity. The ceremony was pronounced and the surrounding Luak. Mies Mary Kay, If our district n here, samples of the average common will teach the MilledgHviile school this Miss Mack Logan left on a visit to reia by Judge R. A. Burnside. are tlves in Danville Tuesday of last week. school, State and National elections will year. Sho began last Monday. The entertainment Friday night at e soon be of secondary Interest nnd exciteMeredith Prowltt, one of our accom- Dr. Ed Alcorn went to Russell Springs the under tho auspices of ment In comparison with that of common plished young teachers, who secured n this week. Miss Kato Cook was at the Methodist church was pronounced And to be posted in Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Boots, Shoes last week. Miss Rosa Yowell re- slendid, in fact one of school trustee and family factions, local certificate at the late exatninn-tlonthe best things of you must first of all examine what we are doing. We call your esfeuds aud neighborhood wars will soon will hnvo charge of tho public turned homo Tuesday after n visit of sev- thb kind ever given, and the sum of $30 become as common as wero Indinn fo- school at Bradlordsvillo this fall. We aro eral weeks to friends in Somerset. Mrs. was made. Much prniso is due Mrs. pecial attention to our stock of Black Suits guaranteed to fit or no rays in pioneer times. Favoritism weighs pleased to chronicle the successes of our Newburn, of Bolivar, Tcnn , mother of George R. Patterson for the untiring pa- sale, reduced from $12 and $15 to $8. 50 and every thing we have m Davo Newburn, of this place, arrived most with many in award of schools, and rising young men. tience and pains sho put forth in train here lest Tuesday on a visit to her son. ing the children. apa caudldate committed ton particular Any items of interest of n personnj plicant occasionally to number ol three nature, or concerning social events, or Mrs. Ed Edwards returned homo Tuip-daWe wish to correct the article in referlast from a protracted visit to Lex- ence to Mr. Carpenter Stuart's marriage. or four Is run by a faction, creating unnouueements such its for preaching greatest Bnxiety as to the Issue. The de- services, Ac , Ac, if left with Mr. Juno ington. Mies Lizzie Boglo left for Lex It has since been learned the report was feated are often disgruntled and in the Reid at F. B. Twidwell's drug store, will ington last Thursday to attend a training circulated here as a joke, and as the These goods are to be sold and not carried. We need the room for chagrin of defeat wlllluir and occasional- be thankfully accented and receive school for nurses. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. young man is still single it would not be We have also bought our Shoes Wentherford and their three bright little right to class his name with tbe long list our Fall Stock and they must go. ly anxious to commit tho whole business prompt attention in this column. hoys left for their Milldale home last of Benedicts because in advance of high prices and we know we can do you good. We tD the ilemnition that are found in Lincoln. Last week some miscreants carried they can't control. Instead of promo- oil' the street lamps at the intersection of weok ulter u pleasant visit to relatives Though it was nn error when it was said have a ting the interest of the district by con- Dauvillo street with College Avenue. A here. Huston Ellis, who was arrested he was married, still it seems that no tributing every ell'ort to support of trus flno of $50 is the penalty for disturbing here lust week, charged with stealing n young man could object to having it said l. tees and teacher, fault fluding, critical ttlftllt Intlltl mm tiiu ..nftI..n .. 1IU IUU pistol, Is in no way related to our estima- be bad wedded a pretty girl, even if it ...luw .M.u,f Utlfl 1... lullll'Cf for technical Irregularities Hiid a this one are apt to learn what that means ble townsman by that name, although it should turn out to bo a mistake. search general bigoted cnssodness are the order. bb our vigllaut marshal is hot on their was reported tliat ho was. Mr. and Mrs Some of the reporters now claim Oscar William?, of Meridian, Miss., are that tho celebrated Stivers' breach of I hat brings you more goods lor your money than you can get any Let position of trustee be appointivo by truil. u visiting tho family of Mr. John Dinwid- promise suit has been withdrawn, while where. This is cleaning up time with us and we intend to clean this List Tuesday evening Mr. John superintendent for bis term, only women gave a party at his home in tho coun- dle. Mrs. Williams was Mits Claudio others are denying it. The suit still stock. Come and see us. certificates eligillo to holding teach a common school, and the first try in honor of Miss Woodson, of his Drye. Anthony Hunn, of Columbia, is 8tand8 on the docket of the circuit court neighborhood, and Miss RubboII, of Lex. hereon ti trading expedition. Miss Min here, and if Stivers has taken any steps bentflclary of tho system who would iiiL'ton. The following ladies Hiid gentle- nie Drye, of Bradfordsville, is visiting toward a withdrawal it has been through it, nroirreas be mde first run the gauntlet nnd then be translated by inten- men from town attended: Messrs. Doc frieuds here. Miss Mary Lusk left last bis lawyer, Fox, of Danville. There bas Drye, Ja. Allen, June Reid and Harry ieek for Lancaeter to visit Mrs. Kaull'-ma- never been a case in Garrard sified iniWmmablea that has Hooker; Mi6ses Borlhn and Enua Morse, her aunt. G. M. and Reuben Giv- created as much comment. Mora espeJessie and Kate Cook, Julia Stsgg aud ens paid a visit lant week to Mrs. John cially, it is supposed, on account of the ofTlocaTnaturl Lena Goode. It was a very swell all'air Taylor, at Bradfordsville, Mr. Given's fact that women were to serve on the iu- Jack Norvell, wno skipped out from daughter. Dr. Hawk Brown attended n Vy. und greatly enjoyed by those present. Middlesboro between two suns, has four ftaa Vtt ID Next week, beginning on Wednea doctors' convention at Eldorado, Mercer SUIOO Am Pnt. lAft (.HbUIUaj fi. l fJ ILU Cnrnc.lntt lUi n !a. living wives. to friends in Covington. Misses Min. county, last week. He reports an enjoy- it post- day, we shall have witli us colored W.S. Uarr has been appointed . galore. A few days' meeting of an able timo. Mrs. Kate Blain, who has nie and Annie Cotton, of Danville, are master at Kearney, Laurel couuty, in association ot tho colored brethren of the been visiting Walker Bel), in Casey visiting their cousin, Mies Lena Riguey, Mutual Life Insurance Co. in I am representing the North-westerplace of G. D. Moore, deceased. Christian church will be the procuring county, returned home last Thursday. Wm. R. Marrs, of Knoxville, is in Lan- the loan department and am ready to make loans in this and adjointhe negro who killed Dock Hosklns, cause. One of our citizens was nearly Felix Twidwell is back Pgain at the old caster on a visit to his mother, Mrs. Mar- ing counties. Interest 6 per cent. Term 2 to 5 years. For full inPoliceman Oaborne at Norton, Va . has pnraljzed by being coolly asked to con- stand after au extended visit to Cincin- garet Marrs. Claude Royston is visiting formation and application, apply to probbeen captured. A lynching bee Is tribute a wbolo beef to the entertain- nati. Mrs. Lud Evans, of Stanford, vis- relatives in Chicago. Mrs. Dr. Rogers able. . Bioomington, Ind., is the guest of her Ag-aatTOEEXT Thomas Smith, a prominent young ment of tho prospective guests. Evi- ited her mother, Mrs. Prissie Drye, of ol by dently the local colored brother proposes this place, last week. Squire Pevton was parents, Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Gill. man of Somerset, committed suicide Miss Eva Stegar, of Crab Orchard, has Bbootlng blmsoll through the heart. He to go on a grand scale if it takes nil bis iu towu last Friday, greeting old friends. Uncle Bob Tucker, of this neighborhood, returned home after a visit to Mr. "Wn room and under tho white friends have. did It while In his Last Sunday a week, pupils of tho who has been paralyzed partially for sev- Ward and family. Mr. D. M. Williams, intluence of liquor. Presbyterian and Christian Sunday, eral years, was in town last week and re- of Campbellsvilie, was here visiting his The Uussell Tribune gives the vote And hdiools, together with many friends from ports himself much better than usual. son. W. I. Williams, a portion of last lu that countv on local option as follow making a majority both churches repaired to our cemetery This is gratifying to his host of friends. week. Miss Nannie Sweeney has reFor S55, agalust 372, turned from a visit to relatives at Dan of 483 for the measure. Editor Brents nnd surrounding the grava of Mr. J. B. Mr. Jaa. A.len was presented with a quilt in announcing the glad Green, sang the songs that ho loved nnd of many colors by some lady friends as a ville. Miss Bettie Robinson has returnprints a rooster placed many beautiful lloral olitfringB souvenir of the Masonic picnic. This ed from a visit to Miss Mary Dunn, at tidings. The Dauville. Mrs. W. S. Elkin, of Atlanta, Within a month or six weeks there thereon. Elder W. L. Williams made a refutes the claim of the sage of Kidd's magnlficont touching memorial address. It is not of- Store that Bro. Allen's eminent services Is here on a visit to her sister, Miss Jenwill be nothing left of the nie Duncan. Jas. Cunningham, of Lou Four Seasons Hotel at Harrogate, save ten that tho memory of good men is on that day wero not appreciated here. isville, is at home on a visit to his mothWe were a little previous iu stating in the wine cellars, and they will bo emp- kept green in this way. You are invifed to call and see them. Chris Wrenn, a boy about IS years the last issue that Mrs. Conway, former- er, Mrs Mary Cunningham. Mr. Miltrn building has been sold to tho ty. Tho of age, whoso relatives live in Casey ly Miss Helen Reid, had returned to Ok- Elliott left last week to visit his cousin Chicago Wreckage Htul Salvage CompaHenry Phillips, at Monticello. Eldor ny for $9,000. Next week they will be- couuty, was arrested nt the homo of his lahoma with her husband. She is still building. Tho sister, on the Fork, by Marshal Devers, here to tho gratification of her many George Gowan has returned from his gin the destruction of the friends. trip to Boston, Now York, Niagara Falls, S THE HERD OF material will bo shipped to Chicago and last Thurday uight. He is charged with Albany, Cambridge, Norfolk and Old breaking into n passenger car at Junction Roger Rucker, to contractors. Two boys, Hume and there sold Point Comfort. Mits Love Brodmarkle After n long and useful life, Rev. City last week aud abstracting a lot of found a live, terrapin crawling near the books, papers, fruits, candies, Ac , from mill a few days ago with "J. F. W., July has returned to her home at Greenfield, Strother Cook, Sr one of tho oldest nun 111. Jesse Sweeney aud Mies Alice HudR. H. Bronaugh, Pror, idters of tho Baptist denomination, died tho newsboy's stock. Ho was lodged in 4, 1S70," cut on its hack. We presume it spent Sunday at Crab Orchard son Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. at his homo In Mercer Sunday morning jail here Thursday night and Friday is the property of Joe F. Waters, of the Springs. Misses Carrie Woods, ITattie rlsHM!WWllfcWstBySiiiS"r hour, ol a carbuncle, aged 80 morning Sheriii' Baughmao came and I.NTKiiiOH JouBNAii. He can get same by at nn early Vaugban, Altie Marksbury, chaperoned Pigs for sale from the best types of Reglttere years. Ho was a brother of Mrs. Kvnn took him to Danville to await trial thore. calling at this otlice, paying (or this by Mrs. AW O. Bradley, went to Hif h Stock. Breeder! secured from tno best herds In several different States. Correspondence Solicited join- Ido Austin assisted the marshal to make "Waters and Mrs. Betsy Novius. Ho etc. Lancaster Record. Bridge Camp Meeting Saturday to hear capture and it is n fateful dny for ed tho church at Providence, Boylo coun- this d The Big Four will runa grand excur- Key. T. De"Witt Talmage. Brown youth, nt which timo the law breaker when these two camp on ty, when quite a his trail. has returned to his home at August 1st, to Niag sion from Cincinnati Rev. John S. Higglns, remembered and Bird, Due A Hale, a nursery firm of ara at $0 for the round-triMiss Angle Ballou, of Stanford, and Lake loved by nil the older people In Lincoln, Tennessee, sued John Carney, Charley Chautauqua at 14 50. Toronto only $1 s the guest of her .brother, Mr. U. M. was pastor. He began preaching at HUSTON YILUE, KV, Johnson and others in Squire John Bai- more and Thousand Island $0 more than Billou and family. Ernest Brown, o church, in this county, in ley's court hero last Wednesday, on notes rates to Niagara. This road will alao give Louisville, Is at homo for a visit. I have ah immense stock of goods now arriving which will revolu1533, which was then a Baptist church, of hand given for nursery stock. Tho a rate of e for the round to BosThe prices mentioned below will seem imspent 02 long years in proand hecco A sweet girl graduate thusdescribed tionize the retail trade. defendants claimed that Hale, the Bolicit. ton August good to return Sept. 10, claiming the glad tidings, during which ing agent of to a great many people but I will pay any one's toll coming tho firm, deceivod them into on accouut Knight Templar's Conclave. the manner in which a goat butted a possible time ho turned thousands from the orrcr buying troes of him by promising to reyard: "Ho hurried the to my store and not finding them as I represent them. AU of these For full particulars call on agent of Big boy out of a nf tlmlr wav. He leaves 11 children to few days. place all that died. The firm, howover, Four or address E. O. McCormack, pass, previous end of his anatomy against the goods will arrive in the next mourn tho loss of a loving father and refused to replace any - 1 boy's afterwards with an earnestness lost trees unless tratlic agent, and D. 13. Martin, G. P. A., nnd quite a number of and velocity which, backed by the ponall of whom were the purchaser would order nuother bill Cincinnati. A good black slicker jS 1.25, very fine rubber coat $1.50 worth S3. , derosity of the goat's avoirdupois, imof goods, aud even then only at halt Black cape Mcintosh S3. 75 worth $5.50. Mens sandals worth 75c A Million Frlondd. with him during tits last uours, itev. price. All of the defendants were of the A friend In need Is a friend indeed, ind not lest parted a momentum that was not relax- for 45c, Ladies' sandals worth 50c for 35c. Boy's knee pant suits for Strotber Cook, Jr., his next oldest son, Moreland neighborhood. A number of than one million have found .just such a friend in ed until he landed on terra Anna beyond 65c, Si. 10, 1.40, 2.00, 2.50 and 3.50, worth almost double. Mens to Africa, nrriving who is a missionary Dr. Kinj's New colored brethren were among those dup Coughs ana Colds. Discovery for Consumption, the pale of the goat's jurisdiction." 11 you nave never used this In time to bo preseut at the dissolution. ed The Louisville & Nashville railroad, and Youth's suits, coat, pants and vest, $2.50 to 7.50, worth $$ to one trial and their wroth at Hale and his firm great Cough Medicine, curative will convince you powers in all di unusually lengthy procession followttiat it has wonderf al An with its accustomed liberality, tendered Si 5. Mens' fine suits, imported goods, elegantly trimmed and tailor was terrifying to bohold. This tale points caiesot the Throat, Chest and Lungs. Each botis claimed or mon ed his romalns to Shawnoe Run church a moral frequently emphasized These goods a special train to the Kentucky Press made for S12.50 to S15. former price 18 to 25 dollars. in tho tle Is guaranteed to do all that be refunded. Trial bottles free A. in Mercer yesterday, and alter a funeral experience of our people, and that is eywill 's dtug store. Large bottles 50c andat$t . Association from Hopktnsville to Atlan- are equal to suits that tailors charge double the money for. mi discourse by the pastor, what was mortal while wo have good nurseries ta, Georgia. ! near home Four Bier Succosaos. was laid to rest in the cemotory by the it is tho better part of judgment New discoveries, tending toward Woolen dress goods in great variety of style and quality and I know to pa. liavinthe advered merit to more than make aide of hiH beloved wife, who preceded tronizo them and let the wiiey agent rcmeutising claimed for them, the folof gootl all urKing' ies have reached a phenomenal convicting H. II. Holmes, the insurance that I own them way down below their actual value and will sell them J. F. W. lowing fo. him to the grayo 4 J years. swindler, of several murders, are being lower than the lowest. Don't buy your dress or silk shirt waist untale. Ur hs and Mew Piscouery, for consumpdistant firms, with his colored plates of Coughs and Colds, each bottle euaranteed-Electrmade daily. Slkbj'kh Bkktii. Per- plums as big as base balls and pears as tion, for Liver Stomtil you see how cheap I will sell them to you. Wash Fabricks I have bitters, the great remedy Enqaok Your Uucklen's Arnica Salve, the ill ach L. E. Fant died last week at Old Point Comfort on the large as pumpkins, pass by. The squire best andthe tier eyt. and Dr. King's New Life Pills, in all the latest novelties, both in style and color. I have a line of world, sons going to in He was not as large as bis which are a perfect pill. All these remedies are and Ohio special train July gavo judgment for the plaintiff. check, striped and figured white goods carried over from last year for Chesapeake guaranteed to do just what is claimed for them Givens & Owens sold to A. Hunn and the dealer whose name is attached herewith name indicated. aro requested to send in their half price. 30tb, will be glad to tell you more of them. Sold at A names and state how much space is last Tuesday, 18 lambs at Sic D. Allen K.l'enny Drug btore. Carpets and Mattings. My prices on these will surprise you. They Bucklln'B Arnica Salve The best salve in the woild fur cuts, bruiies are all new, not a single piece of carried over stock. wanted. This'can be done by Jotter or A Lyons shipped a car load of lambs last Henry Brown, colored, was banged sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chappostal and is quite necessary in order Friday to Cincinnati, for which they ped hands, chilblains, corns and all sktn eruptions, A Great Bargain. A black stiff hat, the very latest shaye, for Si. 15 Fla., for the murder of Ed It positively cure piles, or no pay repuired. It is "Thc sequel Buy and sell for that a sulllcient number of sleeping cars paid 2 to 3Jc. Same firm also shipped at Live Oak, to give perfect satisfaction or money worth S3- He confessed guaranteed rnce s cenis pe y last week three car loads of sheep and Ryeberg, a white man. refunded, can be arranged for. George W. TAMES FRYE, Hustonville, Ky. A. R. Penay, Stanford, Ky. lambs, paying for them 1 to 4c. On that he had killed seven men. D. P. A., Loxlngton, Ky. - ,.,-al- lv , I 't SCHOOL BOOKS, bro-igh- t conduct-Southro- n, j J ' lix-e- ry jjt To-da- y, Win-arral- a i STATIONERY, Drugs and Medioines, Pul-lia- "W. IB. M'ROBEETS, i I court-houB- unim-paire- d well-know- n well-know- KNOWLEDGE INDISPENSABLE. K court-hous- Lin-niet- ta Ursl-claB- H p, y SUMMER CLOTHING. bow-wo- .t. Al-le- Remnant Job Counter, HUGHES & TATE. flrst-clai- w I ob-atm- nt I n, Money, Money, Money ! deln-gat- es TO S. LOA-IsTn KIRB"ST, Insuranoa ANCHOR : STOVES, Anchor Steel Ranges, IN THE COUNTRV, FARRIS & HARDIN BLUE-GUAS- Duroc Jersey Red Swine no-lic- e, Bu-for- Nicho-asvill- e. p FA!MLRS MUTE, one-far- 25-3- 1, grand-childre- n glothhtg- m IDiESS QOOIDS ic Flem-ingsbur- Bar-ne- Cash.t -- 1 W 1 i i X There aro 115 K. of P. lodges in awath 42 feet wide. Two horses draw it iNTERIORJOURNfll Kentucky with a total membership of and two men manage it. It cuts and binds 100 acres of grain a day. 0,800. d Gheat nmr'Atv fid nrrn farm nnA. Samuel FKzpatrick was fatally , Ky., - July 23, 1985 by a man named Oliver at a dance Stanford for salo. Improved and in n Stanford. high Btato of cultivation. Call and seoj in Knott county. Marshal Davis, of Midway, killed or address mo at Stanford. M. Speed W. P. WALTON. James Harris, an Ohio negro, when he Peyton. A verv Urge crowd attended Lancas resisted arrest by shooting at him. ter court yesterday, but there were only A trolley car was held up in WichThis hot weather has no effect on our business spirit. Wc are alTiiEBtory telegraphed the Louisville ita, Kan., in broad daylight, and robbed a few cattto on tho market. J. U. Bough- Times from Barbourville that the repubways ready and willing to give Bargains Unlimited. We never fail to man engaged a number of crops of wheat by a single bandit in sight of a crowd. licans of the 11th district are dissatisfied at 59c on the cars there, play our part in this fast age. So don't fail to come and sec us this Senator Blackburn is In Washingwith Col. W. 0. Bradley's nomination August Belmont hna an option on week and give us a chance to prove ton, trying to prevent tho dismissal ot his that we do for governor is only tho baseless tifrrnent friends who hold government positions. Henry ol Navarre, tho grnat colt owned of a correspondent's distorted imaginaFour tramps who wero stealing a by Byron McClelland. Mr. McClelland tion. Ool. Bradley has a few enemies ride on a freight train were killed in a refuses to disclose the amount, but it is among the would-b- e leaders of his party, wreck on the Atlantic Coast Line near said on good authority to bo $50,000. who imagine that he is in their way, but The Harrodsburg Democrat says that Petersburg, Va. the rank and file Bwear by the lovable While three highwaymen were rob Irvine Moss' 50 acres of wheat averaged colonol and will vote for him to a man. ing a crowd of laborers, near Gallion, 25 bushels and Mooru A 8tephenfon's 93 Such statements as the one published Kouj, the Alabama political agitator, Miss., they wore attacked by a sheriff's acres 22 bushels. David Walter shipped are puerile and can do the colonel no says he will never again run for govern- posse and ono killed and another mor- 500 lambs to Cincinnati that cost lilinDJc. harm. We aro not going to down him or. And now if like Judas Iscariot, the tally wounded. livT. A. Bradley, of Danville, has win Our Cut Rate Sale for this week will eclipse all former efforts. by misrepresentations. It ia going to other betrayer, he will go and hang himler William P. Dennis, of Helena, ter oats for salo. Sow in September or ery line of goods whether mentioned or not will receive the cut. Wc Ja take hard, honest and unceasing work to self, all will be forgiven. Ark., it is called to his door and shot to October and get moro gmzlng thnn from have just received a new iine of Towels from present diaccomplish that result in the ioc up. Worth double death without a word of warning. Har-ve- v wheat or rye. Will thresh 40 to GO bushof the democratic hosts. money. Underwear of all kinds reduced lor this week. vided condition NEWSY NOTES. Weeden, a former assistant, and a els per acre. Fifty to 70 heads from a tic single grain. crime. Two negro murderers were banged negro, are charged with the Sam J. Roberts, of the Lexington A horse canning establishment at Gov. Brown refuses to pardon A. K. at Greensburg, Pa. Leader, who is as much like Goy. Louisville warehouse forger Portland, Oregon, has begun operations : At Washington, a negro was hanged Sutton, the : as he is like himself, has written o( horses are ou saying that there were no extenuating a id several for murdering bis miBtrees. Oim a Idler euyiug iubi mo icpuutiuauB Frank Sun was thrown from a Texas circumstances connected with the crime hand to be slaughtered. The demand are going to carry Kentucky this year Sold at half their value. We r?v. give you big bargains in all kinds pony near Hopkinaville and fatally in- and be should be satisfied with getting for horse teh for food is confined to forand he must fulfill bis promise to come eign countries. of Shoes which wc bought before the advance in leather goods. Laoff so lightly. jured. over to Macedonia and help them. Sam's a The short-hormarket Is on the up- dies' Kid Gloves, black and tan, A grudge caused Joe Noska, a A gay young barber in San Francis75c, worth $1.25. Gent's Driving a sanguine soul, but he ehould not misward tendency in England, last week 4S Italian, to attempt to extermiby bis wife on the co was uiovcs, 50c, wortn 51; also at 75c, worth 5 1.25. Don't fail to see take sanguineness for success. The renate an entire family. With a shotgun head sold at 075 per head, while one street. publicans may give us a pretty hot fight shells ho killed extra fine yearling heifer brought f SCO A lunatic at Steubenville, 0., set fire and buckshot-loadethis year, and are depending on fool bull the phenomiual neople and wounded four others. and a to bis bed while confined in jail and was three democrats to continue to make fools of may die. The assassin figure of $1,775. two of whom fearfully burned. themselves, but they are reckoning withO'Connel, the great Harry O'Fallon John H. Chapman, of Illinois, was has fled. out their hosts and Kentucky will still be It develops that the great and good gelding, broke the world's record for six president of the Baptist Young kept in the middle of the road. Wat elected John Wanamaker pays his saleswomen an furlongs at Oakley tho other day by go- Which go at S2.50, $3, $$ and $7 this week. We have just received Peoples' Union of America. Hardin will be our next governor, and Don't L. Oldham, a Baptist deacon, was average of less than $4 a week. They ing the distance in 1:12). Caesarian was our line of Fall and Winter Samples consisting of 500 styles. by 25.C00 majority at least. orsecond and Egbart, owned by Tim Mur fail to see them before sentenced to 12 years imprisonment at can not live upon thia and they have placing your otdcr. ganized to compel him to give them bet- phy, of Danville, and in Carroll Heid's The Stanford Interior Journal, one Ukiab, Cal., for stage robbery. stable was third. President Cleveland has issued an ter wages and rid them of the petty of the very best papers in the State, has o! the floor walkers. been shining with even a brighter light order placing employes of all pension On Tuesday, July 30tb, thu ChesaThe gold coinage at the United since Editor Walton took unto himself a agencies under civil service rules. peake and Obio will run a special train Louisville has already raiBed 43,. States mints for the fiscal year ending of Pullman palace sleepiug cars and day wife, but we regret to Bee our brilliant using bis wit at the exponse of his 000 of 175,000 necessary to properly en- June 30, 1895, amounted to $44,000,000. coaches from friend to Old Point There would not have been a dollar of News. After tertain the members of the G. A. R. friends. Elizabethtown Comfort, leaving at 4:30 r. M. and arrivpolA: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, Three-fourtof the paper makers, gold coined at those mints had the thanking you for such a nicely turnedi icy of Bltckburn been substituted for ing at Old Point early next afternoon, in though undeserve 1, compliment, permit representing $30,000,000, have combined T: D. RANEY, Manager. time for a refreshing plunge in the surf the policy of Carlisle. Lou. Times. U3 Bro. Sommers to beg your pardon for and will send prices away ont of sight. before supper. Round trip tic will Five negroes were killed and four After being imprisoned in a mine at the paragraph which called forth the latbe sold at $13, good to return until AuBranch Stores: wounded at Mart, Tex., by the blowing ter part of the above. Really we had al- Penabic, Mich., from Wednesday till Frigust 17th. Stop overs will be granted ways regarded you aa a democrat of such day, the nine miners were finally rescu- up ot the house of the widow of Abe at any station on return trip. Special Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, Phillips. Phillips and Phil Arnold, a purest ray serene that the doubt implied ed. will be made at the Hyteia Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. No fewer than 570 architects entered white farmer, had killed each other in a Hotel and also to New York, Washingby your having to assert that you would support the ticket surprised as well as the competition for the preparation of dispute and the outrage is supposed to ton, Virginia Bach and at the surround plans for tho projected Paris exposition have been committed by Arnold's ing resorts. A trip to Old Poiut Com shocked us. friends. in 1900. fort affords a greater variety of recreaRev. John H. Moore, alias Chas. Candidates for State librarian, which Maria Narbere bos been sentenced tion and enjoyment than any other re office has been practically conceded to to death by electricity for the murder of Jones, was placed in the Paris jail, sort known. Write a postal for descripthe ladies for years, are getting aa "thick the man with whom she lived as his charged with stealing two bibles, two tive circular giving full information. shirts and a pair of shoes from the Special as autumnal leaves that strew the brooks mistress. With'a full assortment of nice Fnrniture bought before the advance rates from all blue erass towns. sin Vallombrosa." Mrs. Emily Todd The chief of the bureau of statistics house of Will Perry, colored, in.'MilierGiokob W Barney, on raw material. Just give us your car for a few minutes and wc will Helm, late postmaster of Elizabethtown reports the value of exports for the fiscal burg. It is said that Moore had on one Dis't Pass. Agent, Lexington, Ky. name a number of articles which you arc in need of. Solid oak bed and widow of the gallant leader of the year just closed at $100,000,000 over the of the shirU and the shoes and one of the bibles in bis possession when he was Orphan Brigade, is the latest entry and imports. Sec our line of framed pictures and made up Oar old friend, William M. Hull, for room suits S13.75. we will wager dollars to dougUnuts that many years an editorial writer on the frames. You will not be disappointed when you learn the price. We At St. Louis, a woman victim of the arrested. The invalid wife of Dr. W. W. Courifr-Journain the final count the excellent and paregoric habit swallowed half a pint to has contracted to go at handleja nice line of furniture, .such asjsuits, chairs, cheap beds and of Nashville, died Wednesday advance representative of Minnie Matl-dedeserving lady will be there or there' satisfy her appetite and death quickly from a pistol wound. Her husband abouts. Fish, who returns to the stago aa a couches, bed lounges, window shades, curtain poles, extension brack-sio- n followed. says she committed suicide; while her a ar after several years of retirement. brackets, carpets, wall paper. Price elsewhere then wc can conTwo men were killed, two fatally inMb. 0. C. McOuord, railroad commismother said Dr. Kinkead murdered her. vince you that wc make the prices low. sioner, could not get the endorsement of jured and three seriously hurt by the The old lady changed her mind howevgftglWlElVjIiAa a nomination to that office, but be has caving in of a sewer trench opposite er and created a scene at the funeral by succeeded by putting up a pitiful plea Newark, N. J. throwing her arms around the doctor's The production of pig iron for the that the L. k N. downed him, in virtualneck and begeing his forgiveness. Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, Stanford, Ky. ly getting the nomination of State sena- first six months of 1S95 was 4,0S7,55S FARM AND TRADE ITEM S. tor in his district, two of the counties gross tons, against 1,039,405 tons for the having declared for him. If elected Mr. same period last year. One Gallon of-Azote, 2:07, is now the champion The L. & N. has awarded the con McCbord will doubtless use hia position - gelding of the world. and his massive intellect to down the L. tract of grading the line between ShelbyA. F. Moberly bought of S. M. Owville and Obristiauburg to Joseph Coyne. &2J. ens 100 sheep at $2 25. The work will coat $75,000. George Baker bought of various parThe Italian steamers Ortigia and A debating society at Frankfort has Will Cover 300 Square Feet of Surface two coats and costs you of the ties a bunch of heifer at 3c. settled the question as to whether Gov. Maria P. collided at the entrance Fortv-nin- e Belle Meade yearlings wig by decidiug that Gulf of Genoa. The Maria P. sunk and McCreary wears a brought an average of 11,027. means so much more than be does not. It doesn't matter so much 143 passengers were drowned. Robe rt J. paced a mile in 2:03 at Sag- A vigilance committee at Pineville you imagine serious what a man wears on hid head as what he has in it, and the governor's being unmercifully whipped some disreputable inaw, Mich., the other day. fatal diseases result from I grind every Friday at my GriBt chocked full of good, hard common sense women, who bad failed to leave town afIt is trifling ailments neglected. Mill. Joe Williman, Jumbo. he is the idol of an admiring constituen- ter promising the court to do so. Don t play with Nature s Alix went an exhibition mile in A St. Louis firm has contracted with cy, which always delights to do him 2:031 at Saginaw, Michigan, breaking greatest gift health. a firm at Lumberton, Miss., for 100,000,-00- 0 honor. feet of yellow pine. It will take four the State rcord. If vou art f Jlnel Any Shade you like. out of sorts, rrak Directum's mile in 2:061 at La In the count of preferences by the years to saw it and 10,000 cars to haul it- Generally ex- and Crosse, Wis , last week is the fastest of and the candidates already haustcd. nervous A design for a $2,000 monument to hate no appetite the year bo far. nominated, Gov. McCreary haB a good the memoy of Gen. Green Clay aud can't work, Smith begin at once takA. G. Whitley bought 40 shoata lead for U. S. Senator, which it is hoped, has been ordered by the National Coming the most relia rom Harmon, in the Rolling Fork counwell as believed, that he will maintain as ble strengthening t mander of the Union Veterans' Union. try, at 4 cents. Advocate. to the end. The governor spoke at WinBrown's Iron Pike county had two killings Thursters. A few Gen. Wat Hardin owns 12,000 or chester yesterday and counteracted to a ties cure ben Mat ney killed Will Thocker 15,000 acres of the land in Wayne coundemo-c-at- ic day, John great extent the damage done the conies from ery first (lose and Jake Smith killed Jim Coleman. ty, much of it valuable timber and coal cause by Senator BUckburn. won l Ham your . Both claimed to have acted in -- i ... .1 lands. it aia UlC a- J I am now selling Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced priccsand J'IC.13.1111 Mr. R. G. Mastm, of Woodford Yesterday was the day fixed for the on easy monthly payments, or any other terms to suit the purchaser The republican committee for tho county, raised live acrts of barley that respective committees to arrange the se17th senatorial district will meet at Mt. averaged 50 buahelB. He sold ut 40 best.B I give special attention to mail orders and carry as fine a line ries of debates between Gen. Hardin and Vernon next Saturday to determine tho cents. Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver Col. Bradley. The firet will be in of goods as can be found any where in the land. Neuralgia, Troubles, the time and manner of nominating a Will Robinson, of Danville, refused and posBibly last two days, if the I am selling SKWING MACHINES cheaper thai I have Constipation, Bad Blood State senator. $1,500 for hia Abda'dah Mauibrino mare, wind of either does not give out. Both sold them before. Give mc a call and be convinced. Malaria, The barber who attends Mr. Clevo-loNervous ailments May Day, 2:19$, while on his Ohio camare captivating speakers and on their Women's complaints. has shaved every president since paign. V& Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel. tour of the State great crowds will gather Get only tre ccnuine it hacroed red the time of Lincoln. He is a bright, colC. 1. Hood's Jereey cow Signal Lily lines on the wrapper. All others ate sub Mrs. Margaret Portman will be in charge of the store, but in taking to bear them orate. pounds of ored man and has a $1,4C0 clerkship in Flagg 31035 produced On receipt of two ar stamps ue stitute will scud set of Ten Beautiful World' ' this position does not give up her class in Music, but will continue butter during thu last 12 monthd and Tue Glasgow Times, whose editor is a the Treasury Department. Fulr Mews and book free. BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MO. For the first time in three yeaia holds the record for tho ji'tr. teaching as before. Address prophet without honor in his own counDirectum is no good thia year. He try, predicts that Senator Blackburn will bank clearings are larger than they This demonstrates that trotted second to Azote at Saginaw, win and that eome day, Gov. Brown will were in 1SU- -. be U. S. Senator. Let's see. Ibu'i this the aggregate of busiuecs is now greater Michigan Saturday for two heats anU was drawn with a "leg out of shape." the same editor who said that a free sil- than at any previous time. buc:eijr to J. D. Ifigins, Dca'ers to Frank Kelly, of Lawrence county, The St. Louib Fmr Aaseociation ofver resolution would go through the shot and dangerously wounded his wife fers a stako of $1,250 for the champion State convention like a dose of Baits? and John Houk, her relative. The Btddle horse of America. The stake id We are glad to welcome our old friend had separated and Houk wes trying to be competed for at the fair in OctoB. J. Newlon, into the journalistic ranks to bring about a reconciliation. Kv. ber. again. After trying to bu a money devil A coal combine, controlling seven-eighGray horses are the longest lived, We will continue the coal tmunen at Mr His old on and will for saveral years, he baa come back to his Creams gn very si ndcoal whlcahave will hand at all times of the coal interests of the South, and roans come next in order. the best we gray goose quill, and will it is said is being formed with a capital have not much staying power and suc- We will sell strictly lur cah 4od deliver premptly. first love, the will make It to the Interest of the people ot this section to pay edit the Owenton Herald, which already ot $50,000,000. Kentucky and Tennes- cumb quickly in very hot weather. Da- Cash. wears an air of unwouuted brightness. see mines constitute a large part of the kota Farmer. IT f rv HO I will take all the hide I cau get Trust. Prince Francis, of Teck, bet $50,000 UlL'J-iO- . forcaihorin trade lor leather on court days at Stanford or at my home in Tunnel No. 3 on the Short Line di- to 100 cents on a horse race, lost, repuThe latest addition to tho Cleveland Char. Enniho, Tanner. family has been named Marion, a French vision of the Louisville and Nashville diated the debt, caused the Prince of form of Mary, though the French nor railroad has caved in and is a roaring Wales and relatives to pay it, and is now any other nation can improve on that mass of flames as a result of the fire on bis way to India. following fsrtzieri have posted their lands sweetest of names. Ruth, Eather, Ma- started Saturday afternoon by a spark There is a harvester now in opera and hunters and traprcrs will take notice. ! from an engine. The loss ia very heavy. tion near Grayson, Ual that cuts a 1 rion; next? JOHXTUlt.NhULL. ftMl-WEEKL- Y Sexatoh Blackburn says he was never defeated but twice in his life when Sam Randall beat him for the Speaker ship of Congress and when he failed to get on the committee on resolutions in the recent State convention. The senator has been exceedingly lucky and the people have been patient and long suf fering, but the tide has turned against him now and he can not expect to disprove Mr. Lincoln's favorite assertion "You may fool some of the people all the time and all the people some of the time, hut von can't fool all of the people all the time." The senator's course since the convention shows that he has been trusted with public oifice long enough, and until he has outarown his masters, who aro determined to retire him to pri vate life. J Btab-be- .. Hot : Weather ! - Mc-Kinl- car-loa- Gent's Straw Goods Lou-isan- n horse-whippe- d d Our Mens" Fine Suits, THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STAFFORD, KY, J 1 ty-ra- ny hs k-- low-rat- es HERE WE ARE AGAIN, Kin-kea- d, l, rn in Poor WITHERS & HOOKER, Health "MASTIC" MIXED PAINT 'ONLY: $1.40', PER: GALLON. Very Fine and Durable, PENNY'S DRUG STORE. hold-over- s ::Browrfs J ! ' Iron !U!44 self-defens- e. uiuers I PIANOS and ORGANS. 1 ..i 1W It Cures Lou-iBvi- lle cvr nd ' 1,0-17- R. R. Noel & Son, P. H. ID OL, Stanford Ky. Ki-I-ly- s AH Kinds of Coal, Stanford, ts TRUN KS VALISES t CLUB BAGS AT TELESCOPES AND Otten-lel- POSTED. nit-m- e lit H. J. : MjROBERTS. il KltiiiMrfia : i.iii.ij iJW. tt.T wrU ., - Ai.ii .m. si, .Ui M . . &MI-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOURNAL 3tanford. Kv., - Jply 23, 1896 E. C. Walton, Business Manager PERSONAL POINTS. Mb. Mack Huffman is recuperating at Linnietta. Mb. A. II. Sevkranc went to Millers- bun; Saturday. Mns. W. G. Welch isatajinR at Crab Orchard Springs. Du. A. S. Thick is spendinR a week at Linnietta Springs. Miss Suk Willik Ualk is viaiUng riends at Somerset. Kkv. A. J. I'ikb, postmaster at llrod-heawas here yestorday. Mn. W. H. McUoucRTd is aulIerinR from a spider bite on his hand. Mus Mattik TiioMfsoK, of Lancaster, Is tho Kucst of Miss Margaret Bright, Col. ani Mrs. T. P. II ill left Saturday for Russell Springs for a 10 days' stay. Mr. Jamkb A. Hbazlkv is clerking for Farrls & Hardin, during tho letter's absence. Miss Gxonou Wray has returned e. from a visit to tho family of Silas d, San-didg- Mrs. Sara Huffman Youno, of Louia-villhas been the guest of Mrs. G. B Cooper. Mipsks. W. K. SiiudAita and George Palmer, of Lancaster, were here courting Sunday. of Clinton, Mk. Bowem Bowling, Tenn., was the uent of Miss Octavia Sizemore. Mtt. John W. Moork, of Ctsey, has been viaiting his daughter, Mrs. Kd Wilkinson. Mr. John S. Ghkoory, of Carter county, has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Baltoy. Mns. N. W. Con way and children, of Louisville, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. Flowers. Jl'IMlK AND MH8. II. IllUCKINIUIXlK, o, T7. ren and many friends present. They were married at Danville, in the PresbyA world of hats at W. H, Shanks'. . Orackkd Ice tubs 7oc. Imitation cut terian church, July 20, 1SSL The cereTry the cash plan with Sovcrnnce & glaea. mony was performed by tt.e groom's faDanks, the jeweler. Son this six months. . ther, tho Rav. James 0. Barnes, one of . For fire insurance in the best of com- the most prominent then in the Presbv Cheap wheat for chicken feed nt J. panies call on Jesse D. Wearen. terian ministry. Mrs. Barnes' maiden H. Baughman & Co's. name was Jane Steele The display of now photographs at A. spent tneir'hnneymoon Cowan. They When you insure with Jesse D. Wear-en- , in India, where J. Earp's is quite artistic. The family Mr. Barnes you get what you insure for. was sent as a missionary and . aud other groups are exceedingly well where Miss Marie and Will were born. Oils, paints, varnishes, etc., at Craig & taken. Hooker's, tho New Cash Drug Store. CHURCH AFFAIRS. . . Thirty five years ago last Sunday the second-han- d A ciood portable first great battle of Manassas was fought Milwaukee gets tho convention next engine for sale cheap. B. K. Wearen. but those of us who beard the booming year of the Baptist Young People's Un... Your account is ready and I must have of the cannon on that eventful day can ion of America. A Cincinnati woman In order to money. Please call and Bettle. W. B. hardly realize that so much time has passedmake atonement for her sins, stuck her-- . If not is your own fault, for those who have called and bought McRoherts. Belf full of rjeedles. Forty were extract A .message Irom Linnietta Springs says ed from her of Mk8A0E8 for doctors left with Craig & feet and ankles alone. HockerBt the Cash Drug House will be that it is crowded, with people sleeping Tne Walnut Flat concregation bein tents or rooming up town and taking comes more promptly delivered. more pleased with the meals at the hotel. Capt. Richards is as new paBtor, Rev. J. P. Halsell. He One of the largest and most select lino busy as a hen with one chicken, but preached Sunday to a large audience on of hata ever received in Stanford at ono manages to see that everybody haB a 'Growth in Grace and Knowledge," and Can tell you that this is time at W. II. Shanks'. good time. his effort was both enjoyed and compli.. From July 1st we shall conduct our reThe adjuster for the British and Mer mented. Asked his opinion about sunctifica-tion- , pair work and optical business on a spot cantile Insurance Co., John H. Kirbyi Bishop Fitzgerald reep onds in an cash basis. Danks, the jeweler. agent, settled with Reuben Williams open letter:. There is room in our Methyesterday for his house in Darstown to Three car loads of darcies went on the his entire satisfaction. Hu paid him $824, odism for good people who differ in their excursion to Louisville Sunday and reMr. Williams argreeing that there was views on this subject. Our fathers difturned at 3 a. m. yesterday, satisfied tiiat $170 worth of material left after the fire. fered, and yet loved each other. So can they got more than their money's worth. we. Holiness in heart and life in the . . The weather continues extremely tor- present time wo all hold to be tho priv- We will make one more Concession and that is the best suit ever The estate of Dan G. Slaughter only rid, though several local showers have ilege of all believers. Wo will fall out we are pays cents on the dolfar and this somewhat cooled the atmosphere, caus- with no because heetates amount Commissioner R. 0. Warren has ing the signal service to promise relief to- hie belief and experience in a way that been ordered by the court to disburse. day. Friday night was tho hottest the differs from our way of doing so. The debts aggregated over $9,000. oldest inhabitant over experienced, many m NEW ADVEUTISKlE.Vra. The smoke house of Mr. Horace S. people buying to get up and go out of Withers was broken in to Thursday doors to keep from suffocating. night and all of his meat exrept two pieCONDITION OK THE To i he citizens of Stanford and vicini ces stolen. The scamps also took what ly. Book yourordersfor winter coal at as We will let you be the j'udgc, we've said our say. FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. . flour there was in the early date as possible so as to save frooi AT STANFORD, 1 Am'les are so abundant this year that to lj ch). per bushel, and avoid the cut At the close of busioeti July n, 1S95. three of them come on a stem. At least ting up of your lota and yards in soft load that is tho way a samplo sent to this of- weather. We will order by the car RESOURCES. for any parties who desire any other coal, Loant and Discounts fice by Mrs. Ailsie Jones appears. They $3jj hpndle. Yours v"dra,,i 3.'73Sej are joined together Siameso twins fash- besides that which we S,ock respectfully, R. R. Noel te Son. t.oaijo ion and are quite n curiosity. Due f.om m m m se - Fancy pieces in China at Dinks'. OlIA 1(1 it; Ifnrtrcn erything cheap. rflli iImiiIbId 3 one Have Ton Ever Gotten a Eargairi? m m OUR $10.00 SUITS Bargains. ! THE Place For Genuine sold fellow-believe- r, m NOW SELLING AT $7.50. GOOD. ... smoko-house- OTHER DEPARTMENTS EQUALLY AS Come to see us when you come to Danville. lUnks Orchard Springs. Mimis N'blmk and May Orndorff attended the Engineer's picnic at Lebanon Junction Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hardin are visiting relatives in Monticello. They made the trip in a buggy. Mrashs. J. B. Cook, of Lawrenceburg, and II. B. Hockor, of Danvillo, were here yesterday with friends. Mrs. J. W. Haydkn went to Rock Castlo Springs Friday. Mr. J. S. Hughes also joined bis wife there. Mr. T. 8. Farms, of Arizona, passed through Sunday on bis way to Lancaster to visit his wife and child. Mr. J. 0. McClary and Marshal 0. J. Xewland have both been sick for several days but aro much better now. Mr. J. I. McKinnky sent his father a watermelon from Montgomery, Ala., which arrived yesterday. Mit. Jos SavsRANCK, Jr., a promisiog young preacher of Stanford, was in town Taesdny. Shelby ville Outlook, Mrs. E. G. Waller and Mrs. Henry Lammers and Miss Eva Lnmmera took in the Lebanon Junction picnic. Miss Mary Kay was selected by tho trustees of the Milledgeville school and and begau teaching there yesterday. Mrs. Lucy Whitman nnd Miss Ruby Marriott, of Bounleville, aro visiting the former's daughter, Mrs. J. A. Mudd. Mn. E. D. Smith lias moved his family from Crab Orchard to Groesbeck, Tex-amuch to the reuret of their many friends in tho East End. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Lackky will for a sojourn at Russell leave y Springs. Judgo M. 0. Saulley will also go and be joined at Liberty by Hon. Geo. E. Stone. Mit. B. Ciia.ncii.lo it and daughters' Mirses Lucy and Ophelia, accompanied Mrs. Anna King as far as Cincinnati, oti her return to her home at Fredericksburg, Va. Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Hays are nt Linnietta Springs, where Mrs. Hays pays Bhe is going to slay till tho old man's beard, which hu had sliHVod oil last week, bo grown again. PllK81IKNT Wll. SUELTON tolli US tllH he has engaged Miss Mary Harris, of Abingdon, Vr., a graduate of Stonewall Jackson College and of the Virginia State Normal, to teach art, elocution and the primary and preparatory classes at the College. This completes the faculty. ?, to-da- J. The K. 0. division of the L. & N. will of Danville, spent several days at Crab sell tickets at ono fare for the round-triduring the Richmond fair which begins today. You can get there at 10:10 by leaving here in the morning and the last train leaves Richmond at 7:30 i m. A sneak thief stole all the wheels from M. D. Elmore's wagon on tho night of the ISth. He will give $5 reward for the return of the wheels and $15 for the conviction of the thieves, Tho wheels are painted red but most of it has worn off ilanklnc house and lot 's Lhihtni.no struck one of Mr. R S. fine horses Sunday afternoon while Furniture and fixtures Taxes and Expenses paid grazing in the yard at Mr. A. M. Feland's Ca,h killing it. Mr. and Mrs. Lytle had driven out there to spend the day and LIABILITIES. they witnessed the killing. The animal Capital stock paid in, in cash was apparently dead by the time it fell Surplus fund m to the ground and strange to say showed Undivided profits Individual Deposits no Bigns of the stroke any where. Mr. Due to Banks Lytle had been o tie red $500 for the pair, which were splendidly matched. B. Ly-tie- 3Im8 4, 3 500 00 800 00 i,76 17,664 yQ 5J3.? ,9i,74 a,g "0,833 6(746 f joo.ooo 00 a . The bubs are patent and the tires pretty well worn. A German named Dilzelhorst was tried before Judge DavIbod Friday on a charge of killing cattle belonging to Carl Hof-man- n, also of the Ottenheim section. He was held over till circuit court in f 100 which he readily gave. Ditzelhorst claims that Hofmann killed ilvo of his cows and calves recently and killed hogs belonging to him a few months sov-eral ago. To Confederate Soldiers. We would be glad if every Confederate soldier in Lincoln county would send the Interior Jouhval his name and address, together with his company, regiment and command. There are no pensions in this nor other emoluments. We simply want to preserve tho roll of honor and forward a copy of it to tho Confederate Association. Co.nstaiile T. J. Benedict went down to Adair county last week in search of Goly Gaddis, ono of the prisoners who broke jail here several weeks ago. Gad lis Uvea in that couuty and Mr. Benedict searched his house but did not find him. He caught a glimpse of him the following day, however, but ha took to the hushes and the constable saw no more of him. There is a versatile and inventive genius of the Ananias variety at Lancaster, who is working the daily papers for all they aro worth. One day he telegraphs that a man and his horse sank nearly out of sight in a quagmire while crossing Dix River, the man being saved only by an opportune passer throwing him a rail just as bis bead was disappearing from view. The next he has a "gentleman cow" chasing a bicyclist, who carried a red lantern, into a confectionery store at Lancaster and anon he toils of a lady, at Paint Lick,wbo enjoys the embrace of Morpheus bo much that sbo positively refuses to permit him to leave her, but continues to sleep peacefully and healthfully. The correspondent deserves to be k of the great made the high and growing order of prevaricators, of which Joe Mulhattan was originator and tounder. muck-a-muc- I, John Owsley, cashier el the aboe named Bank, do awear that the foregoics statement is true to thj best of tor knowledge and belief J.B.OWSLEY, Cashier. Sworn to before me by I. B. Owsley, this Julv w, 1B9S. W. M. BRIGHT, N. ! L.t. 7S3. $336,912 4a THE GLOBE Strictly One Price Clothing House J. L. Prohman & Co., Prors., ,, ,, Danville, Kentucky. 4t 4 3 REPORT OF THE CONDITION THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. AT STANFORD. In the State of Kentucky, at the dote of business July 11, 1895. RESOURCES. MATRIMOMALMATTERS. John Coli.ikii, alias Yarnon, has been granted a pension of ?0 a month. John enlisted in the army a year or so ago and was sent to Fort Robinson, Neb. One night, he knocked n pistol oiIa table in the arsenal and it went off, shooting him in the shin, producing a wound of somo dimensions. He returned to his home horn and will henceforth live on the bounty of the government. Mrs. Lee F. Stonk met with a peculiar accident a few days since. The bono bIio wa driving got the lines under its tail and in her etlbrt to get them out she leaned over tho dashboard, which broke and alio Ml headforemost under the veCITY AND ViniHITY. hicle. This frightened tho animal and it struck out at a lively gait. Mrs. Stone was LcfiT. Bunch of keys with my name dragged a short distance hut was fortuou metal tng. J. G. Carpenter. nate enough to escape with n few scars Tin; at Penor, Casey coun- andh ruiccs. ty, will be discontinued (titer the 81st of This nilke haejuat printed 5,000 bills this tiiunth. for the Junction City camp meeting to Pi or. J. M. Hliiiiaki) will sell a lot of bo held Aug. under the auspices of furniture at the Collego this after- the Colored Methodist Church. Many noon, l;5d, at 3 o'clock. eminent divines will be on baud and all denominations aie invited to participate. My customers will hereafter call at my Excursion trains will be run Sunday coal oillce or pay niy driver when tho Aug. 11 from Greensburg, Somerset and coal Is delivered, ub I sell for cash. J. R, Richmond and reduced faro will be given Hales. during the ontiro meeting. Rev. W. H. My wife having left me, I hereby warn Crowdus, of Junction Citr, will conduct the religious exercises nnd everything Any person from trusting her on my account, 08 I will pay no debt that she con- - will bo dono for the spiritual as well as the physical oomfort of those who attracts. F. J. Jones, Crab Orchard. . . tend. The excursion from Richmond Settle your tuition account by Wed- will pass hero at 0:30 on tho 11th and the will be only 30 nesday evening, after which I will put faro for the round-triall such claims in the hands of Attorney cents. Ed Gaines, a very intelligent colJ. B. Paxton with instruction to push ored man, will be in charge of the train and will eee that order is maintained, their collection. J. M. Hubbard. post-cllk- 'o U k p Solomon Rigsby and Mips Lelia . on, both of the Preachersville section Total $371,381 33 LIABILITIES. eloped to Jellico aud were married Fri Capital Mock $100,000 00 day. Surplus fund ............ 93,700 00 Twelve out of 100 London widowers Undivided profits............. . ,04 sg who re embark in matrimony attempt to National Bank Notes oiitMimlinj,'. ........ 45,000 00 solve the domestic service problem by Due to other National Banks. ............ 8,838 8 Due to State Binks and Bankers 1,627 93 marrying their housekeepers. Individual deposits Mibjcct to check 91,309 63 groom, who whp married An Indiana .At the Very. 37',j8t 33 less than a month ago, is eueing for a di- To,:l1 ) " STAI'K OK KENTUCKY, his fi'Ht vorce, bo that he can County of Lincoln. j wife, who got a divorce from him. I.John J McRobert, cashier of above named II ink, do solemnly swtur that that the above stateMrs. Murray Keller, of Louisville, ment is true to the lot of mv knowledge and he. JOHN J McROBERTS. Cashier has been giunted a divorce on the Iiof. 5 day grounds of abandonment. Shn ia a Subscribed anJsworn to before me this ai C. of W. M. BRIGHT, N. I L. July, 1895. daughter of the late Dr. Standiford. ") J S. HOCKKK, V Directors. W. A.Tkiiiulk, - At Rev. Newson, the oanctnicationist J. W. Hayukn, J who stirred up thing) so at Hall'd Gap No. 3917. church a few weeks ago, is now holding REPORT OP THE CONDITION a meeting at Highland. There have been confessions to date. Immense THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE crowdB hear him nightly. Mrs. Harold Brown, wife of one of In the State of Kentucky, nt thocloc of business July 11, iSu;. the richest men in Indianapolis, has brought suit for divorce against her husRESOURCES. band charging him with unfaithfulness Loail and di.coulit $101,661 63 to his marriage vows, and asks the Overdrafts, secured and unsecured- 2,391 73 US. l!o'id to secure circulation 12,50000 nndest sum of $150,000 alimony. Mies Alice Howard, of LexiDgton Banking House, furniture and fixture. ' i,o go Due fro in Nat. Hanks 13131 Don't who haB just eloped to Jeilersonville to Due lro-- Stats Banks and Hanker.... 8,14331 Time is coming on and you will want lots of Summer Goods. marry Robert Clem, comes from a family Due from approve rtderve agents... . . 37,103 9a forget to look at our stock. Fancy Goods, Notions, Summer Wash of elopers. Her mother oloped to marry Checka and other cmh Items 373 75 Goods, Fans, Handkerchiefs, Parasols, Small of all kinds. . her father, and her five sisters have all Notes ot other Nat. Banks nickels and 1,19a co Fractional paper currency, eloped to marry their respective bus cents 9 99 bands. Specie 11,51500 a tender note.. 1,000 00 12,515 00 It is announced that Miss Consueio Los with U. S. Vanderbilt is to wed the Duke of Marl- Redemption fund circulation. Treasurer 561 . 5 per cent, of 50 borough. Not a great while ago a rich .....$i6S,6i8 13 American widow became the wife of the Total LIABILITIES. Dresses will be in demand for three months yet, so you should come father of tho present duke and expended Capital stock paid in $50,000 00 a great deal of money in repairing the now before the stock is broken. Surplus fund 31,000 00 famous property a grateful country be- Undivided profits 733 35 stowed on the first duke. National Bank notes outstanding 11,15900 6,914 78 Miss Margaret Johnson, daughter of Due to other National Hanks...... aud Bankers 6a 46 the Hon. Claude Johnson, eloped and Due to State Banks subject tu check Individual deposits 77,647 56 was married to Mr. Lewis Brown, of Lex4i3,6i3 15 Her mother wanted her to Total ington. Washington. The I, J. W. I locker, Cashier of the above named marry a nobleman at swear that the above statement Forget we have Summer Goods and they must go regardless of pri bride telegraphed her father: "We are Bank, do solemnly of ray knowledge and belief. is true to the beat ces'. married and no power on earth can sepJ.VV. HOCKEK, Cashier. arate Lew and Margaret." Subscribed and sworn to betcre me this aoth Rev. and Mrs, George 0. Barnes cel- day ot July, 1895. J. II. HOCKER, N. P. L. C. ") H. Brown, ebrated tho 41at anniversary of their Directors. J. T. Rosa, T. J. Rciiinson, J Saturday with all their child- marriage Loans and discounts. $135,481 43 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 5,010 j5 U. S. Bonds to secure Circulation 50,000 00 Stocks, securities, etc 15.143 31 Banklns-hous- e, furniture and fixtures.. 9,130 00 Due from National Banks .. 6t48t 71 Due from State Banks and Bankers 1,677 93 Due from approved reserve agents 6,058 00 Checks and other cash items 1,607 48 Notes of other Nat. Hanks. 3,170 00 Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents ,0, 45 Specie 7,838 55 Legal tender notes... 8,499 ,6i337 45 Redemption fund with U. S, Treasurer jpvrcent. of circulation..? a.ajo 00 Dieh- - PEOTACUES Fitted by Latest Scientific Methods. For .' Diseased We have Specialist. ". Eyes, DANKS, THE JEWELER, AND OPTICIAN. MCAgtDN9 JAMB ry LOWEST : PRICES 30-od- d W. H. WEAREN & CO.'S 1 . I V SEVERANCE & SON. Kxcrllnff nig Instruction. The curtain had risen on tho third act, and tho momentary hush that pro ceded tho resumption of tho perform Published Every Tuesday and Friday unco on tho stage was broken by a AT btentorian volco from tho rear of tho im-mmi m. mm. charjred."; 92 PJCR YKUUN' ADVVNCfi Mr When not so paid auditorium) 32. SO will be K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Tralnsleve Minford arriving at 4:30 p. m. ami at7'lja P. n. in. anil 3 p. ro. L.O. LOCAL TIME CARD. .. ..... . No. at, Train going North No, so. " South No. as, " " No.M, QUEEN & CRESCENT. Train pais Junction City as follows: No. 1 South ...... 1 1. 4S a m No 1 North Whereupon Dr. Higglnspikcr, looku 7 p m ing very red, picked up his hat and .. 3 '5 .11 04 pm cane and walked down tho aislo amid . 15 P ni loud and enthusiastic applause. Chicago Tribune. 1 In the houso?" "Is Dr. A tall, heavily whiskered man occu- P3In a front heat rose np. "If Dr. Hlpplnspikcr Is In tho houso," resumed the stentorian voice, "ho told mo I was to como hero and call him out at ten o'clock." cr Tho Difference. .3 3? P m ...1.3s P n ...3.13 am ...6 00 am -- 3 la 15 am " 4 " " 6 ' 3 1135 am " 10 " ...... 840pm 9 Note. Not. 3 an J 6 and 0 and 10 run no for mer inxa junciiuu .iir( wui uw ,j....m- -j " pOYAl Idea's. Gaggs What's the matter? You look glum. Waggs Well, that's tho way I feel. I've just lost a thousand dollars in a business deal. Gaggs Oh, cheer up, old fellow, and tako tilings as they come. Waggs Great Scott, manl any fool can take things as they come. What I flud hard to do Is to part with things as they go. N. Y. Herald. The Father's Privilege. Behold the felicitous father. His daughter's wedding when at, fiucrkretlng nt (tnniOA. Mrs. Robert Lonis Stevenson snys that housekeeping in Samoa was not fo idyllic as it might 00111. Her supplier ennio from New Zealand or Australia onco n month, so that if hho wanted n bottlo of bluing or n bag of ttour, for instance, sho had tOK'iiiUialf aoiwirt tho Paeiilo to get it. Tiie native diet was all woll enough for a few weeks, but ns it consisted almost solely of fmit and fish it began to ixill on European palates. Housekeeping in this South w paradise (of romances had other drawbacks, in tho matter of pxihmisg, which was fully six or seven timos as great, Mrs. Stevenson says, as living on a corresponding scale in San Francisco. As for society, "there's more of it to tho fiunro inch in Samoa than in any othor placo I know," says Mrs. Sttenoti, but it appears to bo largely of tllo living picture kind. jmr-ticulnr- I JAMES F. UOLDAM, Is a candidate for Superintendent or Schools of Lincoln county, subject to the action of the Dc-- 1 mocracy Noeuiber election, 1893. Green Briar Springs DR. W. B. PEinTT', FOR SALE. to Persons detirirg a placo of this kind will find it thtlr advantage to call oil or address, MRS. MARY K. SLAUGHTER, Crab Orchard, Ky. t4 V. S. B17RCII, Is a candidate lor Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln county; subject to the action of the Democratic party. Dentist, Office on Main : Stanford, : Ky. Post-Ottic- A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, THE BASTIN HOUSE, Crnb Orchard, Ky. Meet all Trains, nlKht and day Patrons taken to .any part ol town Free of Charge. Strtet, Opposite the K M e W. S. IJurih. Atty. at Law. Newlsnd, Deputy Sheiltt. Stan ford. Ky. Office ever McRoberts' 2i7 Good silvery Attached. day. u-6- n Fare of Hotel $100 per A. 11. 11ASTIN, Pro,.. Conoral Coltoctors, Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kentucky rral Collecting limine.. Drug Store in the Owsley building. 1TOTIOE a I stere-hous- Jmk ttaM Supporting the brldo to the altar, And tho bride and the groom alter that. Dcmoreit'a Magazine. WHY IIC TARRIED ON THE WAY. POWDER Absolutely Force nt Hnblt. JOHN 11, FOSTER, Tho gi'ninl captain of a steamer ply35 I will ro to any pUee where there are Kxor. John M Held six or more cattle to .ehorn. I do the work with the ing on 0110 of our American rivers was Lightnlrg Dehoruer, Can dehorn any cow In appointed a vestryman in an Episcopal three sacouds. The knife makes a clean, smooth AT LANCASTER, KV. cut, dci snot crush nor bteak the horn, at the cliurcl1 in a city which luyat ono end of dow. Store Itoom So feet deep, plate slats front, the clipper Does It it the only humane way to dehis route. horn not punish 'he animal like the saw, latest modern shelving, all new and elegantly fur- and the Ono day shortly nfterwaid it was re wound gets well as quick again as that nished for dry goods, clothing or drug store Cen-:- made by the saw. For lurtncr Inferm.tlon, call trally located on the Public Square, among the ported to him, when on shore, that G"V",KVlON,S.tanforu, Kv. cash stores of the town 'terms and price tight. See the Lightn'ng Pruning Hook. there was a Irak in tho churvh He was 101. It. 11. DAlsON, Lancasttr. Addiett Ky. uccustonicd to prompt and on of tho ho went to the 3 church, took a caudle and slatted down Kashville, Tenn., Collegs forlcung Ladies, ss. into the cellar to find tho leak, evidentI am now ready to deliver Ice ,rom Primary, Preparatory and CollejUtc Dcpart-- 1 ly thinking of the basement its the hull the Msnford mtnts ater, Light and lco Company's Factory of tho goal ship Zion. Scientific, Classical and Special Courses ot Tho captain himself tells the story Studr. Rov.'.Geo. W. F. Price, D. D., Pres., At .jo Cents Per Hundred Pounds and with much apparent enjoyment of its schools of Music, Art. French a Elocitlon her licit teachers employed, each clIin in Mrs. S. 0. Truchcart, Former- And over and.tfc n pound for 10 pound and up humor. Youth's Companion. own Department. IOO. Hoarding pupils under the direct supervision o( ly of Stanford, Ky., Lady Prin- Hills due ittef eachto mouth Kentucky will have a coal exhibit nt teachers. K. 1IREMF.R, htanlerd information, address For further the Atlanta exposition. cipal. WILLIAM S HELTON. President, 34 Having decided to moto to my storehouse in o desirable in Staulord, These indebted to the eitate cl Johu M Reid the builneis portion ol Rowland which 1 will sell ill please settle with m at once and those to or rent at a reasonable price. For lnlormation apwhom it is Indebted will present their claims propT. C. HALL. ply to, erly wrifitd to m (ur payment. XTOTICE. .v.,,.u ,u ui lai 01 1UC Accounts, cuunijr, notes, etc I, , Belaorn Your Cattls. STANFORD College, Female FOE; REHT, ue, pt moa-ing- Stanford, FallScssion Opens Sept. ICE I 1 I Pure. tvf A- A cream of tarter baking pow der. Highest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States Government rood Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 108 Wall Street, New York. John B, Caslleman. Bo - Ti -- "Pi" '''ijr 'iR K. WIEAlHim -- Dealer In- - Faculty Three UuIUIidks. room for o beaider I Patronsge of 4 Officers, Trachcrs and Lecturers I'rivilrKet in Vandcrbilt Uni- - My M.lit.iery Irom entire Jwuth Sto kit fill nj onpltts , Oil Jklmtr (Ytn.ervAtnrir ..-!- .. Art udla (jvifl nanum. Kino Passenger 1 levators Term begins andcaamiucaad yotl will.U sure to buy a new Spring Hal. 155. tud lor Catalogue. MISSLICCIK flEAZLKV, Stanford, Kr si-j- TO THE LADIES A. G. Lanhsm ROYAL insurance Company OP LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&CASTLEHAN MANAGERS, Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages Wagons, Old Party Well, my little map, have you caught anything? Rustic (dolefully) Ain't been 'omo W. S. BTJRCH, Attorney at Law, - Stanford, Kentucky. THE LADIES CORDIALLY : Office on l.sncatter Street, oppotite the Court House. Collections receive especial attention INVITED yet. Pick-Me-U- p. stait:f orb, isrsr. W. I,. WITHERS, Salesman. WaUaoe B. Varnoa, Attorney at Law, Stanlord, - - ICcnluclcy. Will ac" as To call end examine iny Spring Millinery, whuh I am opeaiBK up. I pride my.elf that it it well telcetcdaad thatlt is bo.nd to pitas. bught ler cash and twig determined to Hansg sell fur cash. I rauM'll at the lowest possible prices. An ctaEuloattou will coavlacc you. MS A A. McKINNEV. a Commerce "W. Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South After III Own Heart. The first thing Col. Illood, of Ken tucky, noticed when they arrived at the Pyramids was a train of camels. He promptly uncovered his head. "Why do you take on" your hat to tho camels?" cried his traveling companions. "Because, sah," returned tho colonel, St. Asaph Carriage Co., STANFORD, KENTUCKY, Ksccutar, AdwltststinWr and Aslgn-e- e j)N. J T J KM, MuR. Special attention given to Settle aents ef as Attorney and sale and Divltton of nlants' Lands. e. Otfie. en Lancaster St overSupt. W F. McCU-ry'sotne- 9 JOITES BEOS., Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Metal and lion Rooft. bailsfactian Ouarantred All roofs psititrd with D.aii's lllack Diamond I alnt guaiantccd for years Dealers In n Pumps and Galvanised Iron Filters. ten 67.1m els-er- A. TBIBBLE, Local Agont, STANFORD. KY with great dignity, "I appreciate anything, sah, that can go three weeks without taking watah." N. Y. Recorder. A MERSHON first-clas- s & GREER, Proprietors. J. : T. : STJTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, .KENTUCKY. Oilers his services o the people ol West LinFull stock of CoiUui Cater Counties and Caskets always on hand, 05 I) . Carpenter, MansKtr. coln and Sol proprietors Dean's lllack DUmuad Roo I ami Kttlmatca furmtned for painting Wood. Stanford, Ky. ir tfOU AKL GOING WORTH OR WEST, ......THE Louisville a Nashviilc R. R. one-arme- Dcllrato Subject. Jingle What was the trouble In tho Soldiers' home last Sunday? Jangk Rev. Mr. Thankful chose for his text: "Let not your right hand know what your left hand doethl" Jingle Well, but what wa9 tho trouble? Jangle Nearly all tho Inmates aro d veterans. N. Y. World. Cue. All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairin style. done in 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. Wire and Picket Fence, Made of Seasoned Oak Pickets, Manufactured and for sale by G. B. COOPER, ...Proprietors of, MR. E. R. KIELEY. EN EXPERIENCED PEIETER. Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trill. Livery and Feed Stable, STANFORD, KV. Having bought of P. W. Green hi. Ltverr busmen and added new buggies and horses, we aie prepared to furoish FIRST-CLAS- S I It the lioe Make dose for you, at its Bontale Daily Trains connections at &OTJISVILLE And CINCINNATI -- For all points. XHROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH of tforaay information enquire Agent, JOE S. RICE. Stanford, Ky Its Further Tramp Madam, you know tho suit you gave mo last year. Hero it is. I have brought it back. Kind Lady Well, what do I want it for? Tramp I thought perhaps you would like to put it in a missionary box. Brooklj-Life. n 18i Reliable Process Greatly improved for 1895 and worthyjof consideration. A. C. SINE, Dealer In TURNOUTS Portland. .To San Francisco. tie RTOBTIfflWEST ...Via The .. . . Wheelmen's Motto la Coined. Gadzooks It seems to me that the wheelmen of tho world ought to adopt a motto. Zounds Well, thy couldn't do better than adopt tho saying already In common use: "It's a good thing; push it along." N. Y. Tribune. Tho Sllsur Mnlnp. Lawj-cI'm very sorry. best I could. r The travrlmif public will fiad us always ready and wllliu; to lurnith Drummers' Wagons, cither single or double, or Carnages of adkinds at very LOW PRICtS. The boys in and around town will also And us the people to deal with Stop with us when in town at couits and entertainments and your horse and ve On short notice. Lumder, Lath and Shingles, Sash, Doors and Minds, Metal Roofing, Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Finishing Lumber, etc. Prices lower than the itmt iustlty of material can be bought ateliewhcre. OtSte and Yanl. Depot Street. Stanford, Ky. h!cl.w,llbwellc.r.dforon S; Myers House Stable, Manlsrd, Ky. They have Proven a Success. Br 4tJ Ijj SPRING AND SUMMER. "i pA Something to Bcautifytho Ladies. New Hats, (lowers and lacesl trade that they wil. tame cacluslvencss in style of patterns, hats and hcimets and all the leading novelties in Millinery for which Me aic known throughout the country. 1 haveaecuied a trimmer for the seaThanking you tor past favors, we respectson fully solicit tour patronage heretofore so In We give the assurance to the find in our establishment the Dally openining first-cla- ss I Sell for Cash Ouly. t I did tho They are beautiful and an ornament lo a parlor. The Myers House, P. W GHF.EN. Proprietor. OJlCUISfUH HtWAlBm CHICAtO"RtT(Q Only Dining Car Route From X.OXJIS1TIX.X.E TO CHXC.&GO. Elegant Pullman Vcttibuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address f E H.BACON, ffUANK J. REID.) D. P. Agent, or G. P. Agent, (. ) Louisville. Chicago. Convict Well, good behavior will brinp the sentence down to about two years and u half, and, afterward, I'll never bo in danger of having to servo on a jury. Truth. Guarantee Satisfaction Call and ste. Stanford, : : : Kontucky. KATfc DUDDttRAK Manairer. M D DUUDLkAR I am still running this n Hotel and will continue to give my guests the politist atten tnas w;ll as the best the market aiiurdt. titles, you know, arc not like the continental ones. They can't bo bought. Pil&arHe Ho Knevr Hotter. Oh! tho English HIGGINS & MeKINNEY, TO THE CITIZENS Of Lincoln County. The Newj Special Attention to the Traveling Public. Van Uullion Can't, ch? I know it cost mo nearly half a million to get ono for Matilda Jane. Puck. A Complluirnt for Onc. THE Mill, RILEY - - HOUSE Kentucky. d. Denver. I i tocaiifer 'MONON' Route, He SURE St. Paul. : Ky. Ulidland R'y, Only Dnect LlLe Between lie Harry and May used to bo on the best of terms. What has happened? She Why, Harry told her mother, in May's presence, that tho two might easily bo taken for sisters. Urooklyn Life. HciiBon Knouffh. ntmYMt Is hocoiving : EUb Lancaster Planing Lancaster, Ky., of P. B. RILBY, Proprietor, London. 11 , Is now n full operation, and Invites the attention the builders of Lincoln county to its material, superior workmanship and low prices . Nele I have moved to my new Hotel and am bettsr prepared than ever to accommodate the public. Livtry attached, and every convenience Give ms a call, fRANK RILKY. Irate Passenger Conductor, why is C:iucIniiaU it that tho accommodations on this Shortest and quickest between train aro so Inferior? Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Cool Conductor Uecause this is an Carlisle, Maysvillo, Oynthlana, accommodation train. N. Y. World. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. : : SOME OF OUR PRICES: Perteclly clear poplaror yellnw pins flooring at Jjpei hundred. As low aa $150 per hundred. Perfectly clear yellow poplar weather boarding at hundred ti Co per hundred. As low at $1 30 per In Allpatterns and thicknesses ot Ceiling per anu am, ni iuw n. ji pine, poplar, cnctinui hundred. Double dressed lumber as low as ft per lumber, hundred. Beautiful ellow pine rinlshlot; quarter oak, Ac. Save money by giving us you. D. S. CARPENTER, aiidFraiilcfort Trains Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. Hustonvlllo, Ky., f,n!im0,CMCeFurn,turot.!la ever in ',ore Pr'y "8Kls, Surreys and Phaetons. good Cultivators, Wagons! Plowi and more nice Harnett, llridles, Whips and more Hinder I wine than was ever here. He invites the public to call and seeteen stock and get his M. S. THE Axle for tickets via Kentucky Midland. run by Central Standard Time. Falmouth and Covington. TinieTabU June 2, 1895. No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. TKAINS EAST. a. m. d. m. D. m. 1 00 A 4 00 7 00 Ce Franklort 4 " Klkhorn 7 " ' JO 4& " Stamping uround 7 38 430 Arr. r-- .. " C. S. Depot C Paris Georgetown B... 7 47 7 55 8 30 4 47 4 59 5 35 ' 1 S 3 Stamp's -' Klkhorn Gro'd Arr Frankfort A... TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. a m. p. ra. 6 00 .....C 94$ Ct- ParisDepot 0 43 0 17 C. 8. 6 35 Georgetown B 10 40 " 10 11 11 N- o. a. ni. 4 40 - No. 8. p. m. 6 40 7 S of quiet tastes? Mrs. Crimsonbeak You wouldn't (Ceavs Georgetown 10 3S a. m; arrive Frankfort think so if j'ou heard him smack his "lifave Frankfort 4 00 p. m. arrive Georgetown lips at tho table, Yonkers Statesman. SUNDAY TRAINS. DreMsecl That Way. " I wish I were a man," the sighed He quickly raised his head, And looked at her In wild surprise: " I thought you were," he said. Urooklyn Ufa. 16 3 ,i 5 55 Obliterated. Probbs So you wcro in tho Iowa cyclone. At what point did tho storm leave tho town? Dobbs It didn't leave tho town took it along. Truth. The Change. Banks I thought sho needed sympathy and so I married her. Hanks And? Hanks And we have now changed places. Detroit Free Press. (Julet Tuates. Queen &Crescent ROUTE reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed through trains. Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harriman, Chattanooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to knoxullc, Hot Springs and Asheville; and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Monroe Through Tourist Sleepers to L,os Angeles and and Shreveport. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, San Francisco. via New Orleans or via Shreveport. . Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati Free Parlor with every accommodation to patrons. Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and Observa tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and Chattanooga. W. O. Rlneorson, Chas. W. Zell, O. I'. A., Cincinnati, 0. Wp. Pou'r Agt., Cinclnu-n0 PW rde"THE LANCASTER PLANING MILL, 73-6- tr Lsncatter THE HEALING WATERh" STILL FLOW FROM OLD Halchxun. J. YV. lUlGIIHAN Crab Orchard Springs. 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Atfent. 11 uiDDffU , ll.i'.JIrR.n . ..-r- !nnt UI.U. u.uam rraniciori, ry. -- TERMS MODERATE. Board and Rooms, S3 to S15 per veek. Rates to Families and Socli ties. For futther information apply ts a Special BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee work and' P'ices, Try our horw ihoer. first-cla- . GU3 HOFMANN, Prop.. Crab Orcoard, Kj ' wiuciory ,. "tTit n.' i! an'twrrsumsifc. -