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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895073001 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. Hrj" 'iip rTT'' - fr Semi Weekly vol. xxiii. CRAB ORCHARD. HUSTONVILLE. Interi or Journal. NO. 44 STANFORD. KY., TUESDAY. JULY 30. 1895. na i The beat bIiow of Block, tbe be 6t and ebadleflt grounds and tlio best accommodations at tho Dad villo Fair. Hemember the date, Auk. 1 Rm' Mrs. DutiCHn and Mib. Proctor, of Danville, are vUlting Mrs. J. E. Carson. Mrs. Campbell and children, of Boyle, are with Mra. J. E. Cultou. Miss Mollio Pitman, of Parkaville, Is visiting Misa Bettlo IHgRlna. Mies Nannie I'ettui, of Somerset, is visiting Mr. Dr. IVHub. Miss Maggie Lynn, of Maywood, spent the week with Miea Elllo Holmea and Mrs. W. E. Perkins. Miaa Lizzie Phillips, of Stanford, 1b vIbHIdk Mrs. T. M. Holmes and other frienda in thia vicinity. Mr. Jim Miller, of Lowlsburg, joined his s, Mrs. Sue family nt hia Holmes, Saturday and will spend afow daya among old friends. Mrs. Comba, of Kaueaa City, in viuitini; her parenta, Dr. Stapp and wife. Miea Annlo Melvin, of Fariaton, Is visiting the family of J. II. Collier. Mra. Dr. Hcott, ol Somerset, spent a few daya with Mies Laura Moore last week. Mlm-- Nannie and Bettle EJmietou go to Millory Springe, county, Tuesday to epend a few weeka. Mrs. CIihb. Itedd, Sr., hofi been visiting Dr. and Mrs. Cooper In Living, ston. Mies Bettle Henry and brother, Jim, Mies Katie Simpson and Dr. Beaz-lespent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Beazley. Miss Hallie Eduiiatou left Thursday to vitit her grandmother, Mrs. Dr. Krisbie at Kirksville, and will bo absent several weeks. Miss Jennie Phcrl KO, Of Allanta, who has been spending part of the Summer with friends in Crab Orchard, wont to Lanruter last week and will also visit Louisville, after which she will return to her home in the South. mother-in-law'Mac"-laon y UBERTY,CASEYCOUNTY. Don't miea the Danville Fair, Thursday ana Friday, Aug. 1 and 2. The Teachers' Institute cloeed Friday afternoon with a full attendance of both teachers and citizens during Its entire session. Great onthusiaiui was mat ifeeted all tho time and much good work was doue In the cause of education. Prof. Hoark left Friday evening for his homo iu Lexington with the kindest ami beat wishes ol nil who attended bin lectures, Resolutions were tendered to Superintendent Taylor, Mlm Fannie Harper and ' others for valuable services. Thursday night tho large court room was crowded to the fullest extent to witness the en tertainlng exercises on that occasion. Af ter musical performances the first thing on the program was "Back in the Fifties," by E Tiirrant, In which ho narrated tho trials and tribulations of his tint, school In Casoy in 1S31, when only IS years of age. Miss Fanule Harper fol bwed with a rectltatlon entitled "Flying Jim's Last Leap," which received the highest commendations from the A duet was then rendered by Ambrosaand Miss Loulo Humphrey, entitled "Mr. and Mrs. Brown," which was highly applauded. Tho recitations, "The Heroes of the Land of Penn" by G. Preston Fogle, and "The Death-Be- d of Benedict Arnold." by W. S. Lawwill showed elocutionary powers of a high order. A manuscript paper waa read by Ambrose Humphrey, called the "Clavib'' In which he made many comic hits at those connected with the Institute. Mr. Warren Kusaoll, of Lancaster, delivered two recitation, "Ben Hurr's Chariot Itace and "Disgrace of Rcgulus," in tho highest dramatic style, which received loud applause. Mr. It. S. Rector performed "How we Hunted a Mouse," in a manner which allowed that he was master of tho comic atyle. All were vociferously applauded. aud'-ence. Sarah Bernhardt has a new gown which cost tho modest little Bum of It la of Ivory Ratin, decorated with diamonds and turquoise. It is said that "no fewer than 200 animals were needed to procure the ermine to lino the train." That sounds very cruel and murderous, but It Is probably a fact. The Lexington Chautauqua cleared 12,600 at its last meeting, which enabled the directory to pay tho interest that was due and nearly 1,000 on the principal of the debt. $7,-G0- 0. - At remedy for all fornu of Headache ItElectric very belt. effccti Uitteri hM provod to be themntt drmded habitual .I ih. IS'hAdach.VleTdT ToTit. influenc.. W. bottle and give all who are aflllctid to procure a ol habitual a fair trial. In caie Hitter, cure, by giving tbe Electric case, long the bowel, and fe .-- The Big Four will run a grand excursion from Cincinnati Auguat let, to Niagand Lake ara at 15 for the round-triat $4 50. Toronto only $1 Chautauqua more and Thousand Island $5 more than ratea to Niagara. This road will also give e for tho round to Bosa rate of good to return Sept. 10, ton August Knight Templar's Conclave. on account For full particulars call on agent of Big Four or address E. O. McCormack, paea traillc agent, and D. B. Martin, G. P. A., Ulncinnau. t r T Ouro Tor Headache. p one-far25-3- 1, . ott bottle" onW so cent, at A. R. Penny TryUor.ce. t Drug Store. Lare iuMWteeooBWpeilicttfifactton felunded. Pnce as cent, p.r box. A. K. Penny, Stanford, Ky. for The best lalve in the world wre.,cut., brufie. tetter, chap-ne- d .alt rheum, fever all .kin eruption., hand", chilblain., corn, and Jt i no pay repaired. or money lal. by Bucklln'a Arnica Salvo that he wrote up our friend, Pierce LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. Conibeai, for $10,000, while on a trip to Attend Danville Fair, Aug. 1 and 2. A uanctlflcation protracted meeting RusHell Springs last week. Jaa. Tucker. The Hustonville Hop Club gave one is in progress at Fiatwood, in this counof Boyle county, paid his uncle, Robert of their enjoyable daucja at Voweli's ty. Full course in Literary Department. Tucker, of this vicinity, a visit last week. See tho dioplay of agricultural proHall. The following parties from thia place ducts at tho Danville Fair Thursday and Five Months with Hoard, &c, for SS$, S90, S95, Knllamize, a and greataccording to grade. " ly liked little colored boy, eon of Francea took in the excursion to the Cincinnati Friday. Zoo last Tuesday: James Frye and wife, J. M. HUBBARD, Pkksident, Tho Garrard county teachers' instiBrown, died here last week. T. Carpenter and family, Misses Ellen tute meets in Lancaster August 5th and Premiums of flO to $00 for aaddlera, Howard Female College, Gallatin, Tennessee. roadatera and fancy harness horses Ht tho Powers, Grace Ydnarndi.il, Julia Stacg, continues five daye. Sallie Cook, Dolllo 0bbell and Mrs. A picnic waa enjoypd by tbe juvenDanville Fair on Thursday and Friday Cloyd, also Helen Hoeker and Lucllo ile set at the iron bridge last week. Tliir- - W. N. Craig, M. D. J. W. Hocker: next. Cooper. Mrs. E 0. W.tlton, of Stanford j ty or more in number composed the mer Cholera haa uppeared among the was hero last week with relatives. Neal ry party. hogs that rove our street.- If It should Messrs. W. A. and T. J Price Bold CO in keeping them oil the streets for West, of Perry tille, was here last wtek ion business. Mrs. Elizt Wright, of head of cattle to Mesas. James Burn-aid- e awhile its visit would not bo an unmixed i Louisville, arrived here last week ou a evil. and A. T. Lea veil at 4jc. They avn Last Thursday tho Infant eon of W. visit to Mrs. Susan Wright. James eraged 1,223 pounds. - - aud wife, of Lebanon, and their 0. Wolfoid und wife died. Tho interA belled buzzird upon the farm of ment took place next day in our ceme three attractive children, were visiting Messrs. Ed and Napo Price near town has tery iu tho presence of a large concouree the family of Mr. John Dinwiddie last been creating confusion and fright Wc handle a complete line of School Books, Stationery, Fine Toilet of Hympathlzlng friends. The baby web Friday. Misses Mattio and Minnie Dinaajongfct their horses and cattle widdie and Minnie Drye escorted by A. 13 mouths. aged Rev. Malum, of Williamsburg, Articles, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Painter's Supplies, Glass, DrugWallace Hall, while attempting to B. 0. Dinwiddie left on a visit to Uar preached at the Baptist church Sunday gists' Sundries, Sporting Goods, Surgical Supplies. We give a most awing ncrudle in an oat Held, cut him- rodBburglaat Friday. Billy went spe- morning and the union sermon Sunday liberal discount for cash. You can save money by having your preself severely on the right leg below the cially to visit his aunt Mag. night at the Presbyterian church. Only the most reliable drugs used and knee with the blade. The woutid though Mr. B. F. Robinson bought 12 lambs scriptions filled at our house. 0F"Ai0CALNAfURrT not considered dangeroua was quite painof Mr. J. U. Raney at 3c, which averag- accuracy guaranteed. Prescriptions filled night and day. A big line ful and laid him up for repairs. The Somerset stove and Heating ed SO Hm. Mr. Robinson also bough of Spectacles. 2?L. H. Bellebaum, Parmaaist. Craig & Hocker. A few days ago a largo blue crano works were burned. LjhsHOOO) with eeven lambs of T. L. Sanders at 1c. Hew over town about dusk and roosted light insurance. The new product that was to berais- ..., .t r. n iu a large tree on Adams' hill for the Lincoln has no Fair. Let her tciti-ze- cu i... nuudniui iuuui iutiut mi. T W . u Ho was shot at by several parnight. attend in a body the Fair in her sis- Newland, la now growing and creating ties, but not injured. Jess Dunn, who ter county of Boyle. much aatonitdiment that it is an industry has hunted all kind and colors of crantB, II. K. Wilson, fattier of ol thia country. sayB ho must have been eeven feet high. J. H. Wilson, died at Barbourville W. O. Dunlap has filed suit In the Alex Moborly, of Walnut Fiat, at an advanced age. circuit court against Dr. B. F. Walter and bought of Glvena & Ovrens 100 ewes last Liberal premium for Jersey cattle others to recover $2,000, which lie claims week at i'2 25. Laat week J. W. Allen eUeep, muled aud jack colta at the Dan- is due him from bis father's estate bought eight cattle ou the Fork, for ville Fair Aug. 1 and 2 Meesra. L. F. Hubble and W. I. Williams , which he paid 21c; also two cattle from The BarnsUdt Hotel at Bernstadt. are Duulap'a lawyers. E. D. Kennedy for 3c. New wheat is Laurel county, was deetroyed by fire. i M wwf . MyyJtf Ab Joe Haselden was out driving quoted in the local market at tiOc. Some Loss about $2,500; insurance $1,500. Thursday afternoon hia horse became Brtlea of new clover nay at 20 to 30c. Kentucky pays nearly a seventh of unmanageable, when he neared Mr. Constable font (iooch claims that the f 15,977.75 of internal revenue Jessie Walden'a residenco and threw he shot Uumon Ellis through the leg, as colected during the year just closed. This him ou', upsetting the phaeton and inhe was making his escape, bringing him district paid ,MU,5S5 25. juring both him and it. to the ground, whereupon he ran up and Dr. Win. Ruby, who has been ileec-in- g Danville street is making improvencized El. is, but tuo muti of OuHoy'a the gullible iu and around Perry -- ments of late in some of her residences. Creek fought so lively that he disengag- ville, with his magnetic healing, was Mr. R. E. McRoherta is' having a handed himself from the coustaoie'a clutches lined Sol) at Danville lor practicing med- some front made to his house and the and tied over the hills and far away. icine without license. homo ol Mr. Georgo Smith is being torn -- Gen. P. Wat Hardin has sold to F. down preparatory to remodeling. The colored convention of the Christian church in sebsiou here last week had O. Hull, president of the Log Mountain Mr. L. F. Hubble will be sent bs a at leant out) beneficial eilect. It caUBud Coal, Coke and Timber Company, of delegate from the city council to the several of our colored people to bulla Ptnoville, 10,000 acres of coal aud tim- convention which is to be held in Louis new dwelling houses and repair old ones, ber lauds in Wayne county. The I price ville, Aug. 15th, aud County Attorney to paper, paint, whitewash and clean up is not Btated. Win, McClelland Johnston has been apgenerally to receivo their guesta. The Pleasant Hardy waa sentenced to 10 pointed by the fiscal court of this counchurch even bought a now bell with years by the court at Barbourville for ty, aa a delegate also. which to call the brethren to the ses- rape and on hearing the verdict Elisba Tho other vacancy In the graded o Jordan, his accomplice, skipped. It echool, which Is to open here Sept. ICth sions of the meeting. F. B. Twidwell has been very ill the waa proved that the act waa committed has been supplied by Miss Lena J. of Leitchfield. Misa Caperton will past week, but ia nowaomo better. Char- on tho young wife of Jordan with hja ley Adams is improving rapidly, having connivance so that he could use it as have charge of the primary department. passed the crisis of tho typhoid fever testimony in his suit for divorce against Only one place now remains to be filled safely, much to the gratification of his her. that of the art instructor. M. T. Lippe, Jr., of Boyle, announMra. O If. Hiatt and little daugbb r many friends. An infant eon of Mr. and Mis. Dave Newburn has beeu danger- ces that he Id Moses, Elias and Jesus from Lexington are visitors of Mr. and ously ill with cholera infantum. Judge Christ compressed into one body, and Mrs. John M. Hipginbotbam. Mra. John Forrrcrly President ol the Columbus Painless Dental Co., of ChicaHenry R. Camnitz had a severe attack of that he is moved by the spirit of God to Greenleaf, of Richmond, ia tbe guest of go, 111., now permanently located at Louisville, Ky., will visit painters' colic last week, but is now out Bay to the people that the 4th day Mra. Emma Kuuffman. Mr. nnd Mrs of August next will be a day of great de- Sim Slaughter, of Danville, were visi again. Rev. Burnet Pinkerton, lately of struction over the whole earth. It ia ting their daughter, Mra. Sam Harlan,ou Wichita, Kas , preached at Christian thought that Mr. Lipps ia crazy, but he Sunday. Misses Margaret Bright and church morning and night last Sunday. appears so rational on other subjects Bettie Rochester from Stanford are being QiUM A$ Ho has been connected with some ss that he has not been tried for lunacy. entertained by Misses Lizzie and Mattie Thompson. Mrs. Nannie Bettis and educational institutions and it was The editor of this paper waa invited to daughter, Mies Altba, are guests of reported that the object of hia visit here IJMA deliver an address before the Kentucky Misses Bettie and Mary Doores. Misa was to cxamiuo Christian College with a Press Association meeting at Hopkius-vil- le Mary Welch has returned to her home view to purchasing it. We should regret a in September, and this is the way in Nicholasville after a pleasant visit of Remaining one week until Saturday, August 10th. any arrangement that would cause us tho John Harris tellB in the Louisville;Post several weeks to her cousin, Mrs. John lors of Prol. and Mra. M. G. Thomson na of a matter which waa regarded aa a E. Stormes' Mies Grace Bartman iB visresidents. prcf mud secret: Dr. Bender has been connected with some of the largest Dental iting her Bister, Mrs. George Patterson. A young hcrse bibnging to Win. "Walton, of the Interior Journal, haa Mra. Mary Hunter, of Crab Orchard, and Colleges and Institutions in the country and has no superiors in the Weatherford, hitched in tho shed of 1). been writing for two months on alepeech Mies Eliza Smith, of Brodhead, visited profession. He is prepared to S. Carpontcr'd stable, fell or jumped to get an opportunity to Dr. J. W. Grant and family last week. upou a buggy etauding near him in the that he expects deliver ou this occasion. At least this Miss Rolla Arnold is visiting her aunts, shod and mannged to get his head ih the atorv that was told to Harry Mra. Edna Wilmore and Mrs. Hugh through the rear wheel of the vehicle by Jim Richardson,' who Said it Hemphill, at Nicholasville. Mits Kate and his hind leg through the front wheel was related to him by George Willis, aud Turpin has returned to her home in iu two places. It is a mystery how ho Willis got his tip from Col. Starling, who Richmond, Mr. G. S. Gaines and wife And without the use of Gas, Cocaine, Odontunder, Chloroform, managed to thus become tang'ed up in Is alleged to have communicated with have returned from a visit in Spencer Ether, Electricity, or any sleep producing agents, but by a method the buggy. The wheels had to be taken theinfor-matio- n county. After a visit to Mr. Joel Wal- invented by Dr. Bender and used only by himself, who is the easiest, oil before the animal could be released. JetrSterrot, who had just had imparted to him by L. J. Old- ker's faiiily. Messrs,. Ashbrook nrd Strange to ay no damage was done eiso quickest and best painless extractor in the United States ham, and Oldham awoars the cat was Uolton Frank havo returned to Lexingther to the horse or vehicle. acknowledged by the dental profession at large. Where he causes of the bag by A. J. Casey, ton. Misa Jennie Pherigs, of Atlanta, ia Misa Maggie Phillips, who haa been first let out in any operation he makes no charge. who had been in direct communication the guest of Miss Bettie Henry. Miss pain the pleasant guest of the Misses Dinwid-di- e for some time, returned home to liar with John Babbage, who is a warm Moody Porter ia visiting friends in Richrodsburg last week. Sam Lusk went to friend of Col, Grceu, and Col. Green is mond. Messrs. Horace Herudon, Fred Someraet Monday of last week to take a on intimate terms with Editor Woolfolk, Frisbie and A, G. Work attended the High Bridgo camp meeting Sunday. situation to qualify himself for tho posi- who probably gave the trick away." MessiB. T. M. Owsley, of Stanford, and of electrical engineer. Ab he retion The talk of a fourth nomination and turned the same week he doubtless ac- a third term for President Cleveland will Graham Price, of Dauville, were visitors complished his purpose and anyone in pass away with the passing of the silly at Mrs. E. L. Owsley's Sunday. Mrs. A G. Daniel, of Lexington, is visiting her need of an electrical engineer can ad- season. What George Washington Froe Charge Tooth sister, Mrs. Theodore Currey. Mr. Odie dress Sam confidentially at this P. 0. would not accept and what Ulysses When Plates are ordered. Fillings with all kinds of material without pain at reaMrs. Sallle Young, who was formerly a Grant couldn't get will not be yielded to Shugara entertained the serenading parMies HuiTman, of Louisville, paid a visit or thrust upon Grover Cleveland or any ty Friday night at hia attractive home sonable cost. on Danville street. Many symptoms of catarrh, headache, earache, indigestion, dyspepsia, etc., are to the Misses Cook last week. Her other man. Louisville Times. bright little aon, Huffman, accompanied A Hardin county girl reaU an adver- the result of decayed teeth and roots of teoth. To bo cured of these aches and Tho Carnegie wire.nail mills at Beaher. Miss Pearl Johnson, of Danville, ver Falls, Pa., havo been purchased by tisement in a Chicago paper: "Girl pains one must commenco at their origin, which is tho teeth nnd gums, which ar who has been visiting Misses Ida and the Consolidated Steel and Wire Com wanted to sell baking powder. To any only cured by the skilled treatment of a dentist. Thoso who aro in a delicate and Lizzie Twidwell here, returned home pany, of Chicago, for a reported price of girl who will send ua $ for three dozen nervous conditiou can come and have teeth extracted and tilled and feel as calm as if cana of our rapid selling baking powder they had had no work porfonued. last week. Mlesea Kate Cook and Anna $725,000. Dr. Bender guarantees all work and docs as he advertises. Come early and ayoid Reid were at Russell Springs last week. L. & N. officials deny the report tin. and show that it has all been Bold, we the rush, as his rooms aro nlways crowded. Oflice hours 9 a. m. to 5 r. jr. Several of our people took in the High they will supplant with white men the will forward at once a beautiful safety." Free hour 8.30 to t:30 each day CONSULTATION FKEE. Bridge circua Sunday a week ago, with negro brakemeu aud firemen on their She Bent the money, and by hustling Talmago as boss mountebank. George traiua in tbe South. like a house on fire for threo weeks, Bhe Dinwiddle'a recipe to counteract the evil Miss Lily Lowe, a Louisville girl, managed to unload the stud". The "safeeilects of the hot days is to eat a raw po committed suicide in New York. The ty" came in an envelope, and was one of tato daily. Mrs. Mary Green and Mrs. cause is a mystery. size, like those braes pins, S HERD OK THE Mary Jonea returned last week from mamma used to keep up our style with. Crab Orchard, where they had spent a We authoriieGuaranteed Ouro. to icllrou- Elizabethtown News. our advertued druggut Red weok in search of health. Mrs. Green Dr. King. New Diicoycry for Consumption, It will pain the friends of Harry W. Couph. and Coldi, upon tun condition: If you w'as very much improved by the trip. Dr. are alHicted with a Cough, Cold or any Lung Fuller, the accomplished general passenR. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Cheat trouble aud remedy Ed Alcorn returned last week from Bus-se- ll Throat, or to directions, givingwill auae thi.trial and ger agent of tne C. .v O., to learn that it according lair Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. Springs, which he pronounces a great experience no benefit, you mar return the bottle the amputation of one of hia feet has have your money refunded. We could not place for health and pleasure. Mr. Con- and tht. offer if we did not know that Dr. King. been decided to bs neceaaarv, as the make MBMCHB5&j-"--J!KS5Bcould Pigs tor iil from the but tjrp ol Rsjittero of a fracture sustained aeveral ner, the Louisville insurance man, who New Diicovcrr bottle, belied upon. ItR.never Trial tree at A. Penny', ago. secured from t&a belt herd la tevtral different StMti. Cerrcipoudtoce Solicited Stock. Breeder! months ia spendlug some time In our midst, tells arug.tore. Large Ue joe and Ji. Educate Your Daughters. well-know- n - re-sti- lt CRAIG & Bel-de- STABTFOHB, DHUGGISTS, HOCKER, KENTUCKY, na TeaHi Extracted WittiM Pain. i Teeth. Filled Teeth Crowned Without Pain. Without Pain. m i 4 a Q a 2 Cap-erto- DR. E. P. BENDER, Famous Surgeon of National Reputation. first-cla- STANFORD &$ MMM UliMil&-A.fJA tj.' jS mmmsmsmm& tS Sora-me- rs EXTRACT, iGROW MD FILL TEETO WJTH0UT PAIN. to-da- y Teeth Extracted Free of Charge and Without Pain Between the Hours of8:30 and 9:80 Each Day. Teeth $5. Teeth $8. Teeth $10. Extracted of DR. E. P. BENDER. BMJE-GKAS- horse-blank- et Duroc Jersey Swine re-Bu- lt. i - r The cost of shipping Georgia melons A storm in Kansas twisted off trees THEnow is about as great as the price they two feet in diameter. Judfce Hicks' house at Big Stone quarrel over a bring. Some laylthis to the railroads, As tho result of a Gap, burned, and with it his four childpiece of tobacco, Fred Hale Wft9 stabbed and with others tho reason for it is that Stanford. Ky., - July 30, 19B5 ren. the market isl)ooded. to death at Paducah by Henry Bush. Forty lives are Baid to have been lost Tho corn crop in Southern and A negro preacher was shot and killby the sinking of the Be)le of Memphis, ed in his pulpit at Mitchell Station. Ala. Western Kentucky is said to be tho big besides a big cargo. W. P. WALTON. The shot was fired by some ono outside gest since 1S55. The year before corn A remarkably heavy rain broke tho sold at 10,'per bushel, but as soon as the building. drouth in Iowa. At Dubuque, two inch- the Cholera is doing what the Chinese '55 crop came in the price declined to The current Issue of Harper's Weekly es of rain fell in one hour. couldn't, wiping out tho Japanese. Out 20 cents. baa a well timed article ou "Tup Pension Skeletons of 40 persons, some of of 9,000 cases at and about Yokohama, Leander Davison weighed tbis week PoJeon," which seems to permeate near-th- c enormous Bize, have been dug out of the to Richard Gentry, for Nelson, Morris, 5,000 proved fatal. entire body of the Ameri. ancient mounds of Mason county. Five car loads of watermelons went 10 export cattle averaging 1,477 pounds cm people. The occasion of it was the Prices that talk, A few Unmatchible Bargains for this week. 13c The wages of the employes of the down in a wreck on the K. O. Sunday in at 5 cents, Hnd J. V. L'ook 32 averaging recent conviction of Special Pension Ex- American Leather Company have been in time for choice. Not an item quoted on which you can not Bourbon and the negroes had a big time. 1,533 pounds at Buma price. Lancaster aminer Waito at Oresco, Iowa, of having voluntarily advanced 25 per cent. Record. A brakeman had his leg broken. procared testimony by threats, on the A drop of 15 cents in the price of Tbo Statel Board of Health has do An interesting debate will be held unsupported testimony of a man and oil in two days at Pittsburg has wiped in Owensboio August 1. Dr. Peters, a clared a quarantine against cattlo from G wife. Mr. Waito hod succeeded In con- out what was left of the oil boom. M i. colored republican, will meet R. W. Virginia, the Cnroliims, Georgia, FlorMl victing one Van Leuwen and Dr. Kenell Mis. Leonard Ochmanie, of Louis- Christian, tho colored democrat, who is ida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, of conspiracy in defrauding the govern- ville, takes the cake. She has just given at present organizer for the National Arkansas, Texas and Indlun Territory, ment in the matter of pensions and hav- birth to a boy weighing 24 pounds. League. It is expected that the wool on account of the reported prevalence of cran Purchase now while the opportunity is afforded. ing them sent to the penitentiary. The The burning tunnel on the Short will fly on this occasion. Texts fever. prosecution by the local authorities is Line has heen extinguished and opera Mies Maggie Vaughn, of Lewis coun tafeiAAA said not to have been because Mr. Waite tions through it have been resumed. ty, claims a man and two women drugwas guilty, but because he was instruIn a quarrel at Paris Ben Wilson ged her and forced her to take a drink mental in procuring the conviction of was struck with a stick by Ed Kellis. containing broken glass. She suflered the pension sharks. This shows a most Wilson died from the effects of the blow. agonies while the particles were work Three papers of pins 5c; 1 dozen whalebones 5c; ladies' ribbed vests The McCreary Guards, of Frankfort, perverted sentiment, but it is not uncoming out of her back and sides. Her hair rg mon in sections which rely almost en won the competitive prize drill at 5c, worth 10c; misses' J and children's hose 5c; ladies' hose 5c; lace white and Bhe Is an Invalid. over six much older companies. turned tirely for its support upon the pension curtains, 3 yards long, 50c; In Greenup county, during the proA prosperous Georgia negro has class. They do not care how unworthy gress of a dance, Jamea Spencer threw a a beneficiary is of a pension, nor how been whitecapped by his colored neighpolecat through a window at George many lies he swears to in procuring one. bors for ''riding his family around in a Daniels because he was standing too close Their only idea is that pension expendi- carriage." -to his sweetheart. The animal struck A mob gathered in West Indianapture is a good thing, because it makes the girl instead and at her request it was money circulate among the people, for- olis to lynch a man accused of assaulting means so much more than i tied around Spencer's neck and he was getting as the Weekly suggests, that "the a child. The hose was turned on and 3 6 inch firinped towel 25c pair; mens gauze shirts 15c, worth made to walk home in that condition. you imagine serious and 25c public treasury does not draw its funds the crowd fled. white bed At Richmond. Va . Philip Mcholas wotth 1.25; 6 foot window shade, patent rollers fatal diseases result from A little .Spitz dog was killed by., a from some mysterious outside reservoir, He murdered was hanged Thursday. 20 and 25c.Mcns';woolcn suits 95 , worth 7.50; boys knee pants but that every penny in it has been rattlesnake, near Portsmouth, while de- William Wilkerson and James Mills by trifling ailments neglected. mistress from d from tbo people themselves, most fending its suits 75c and up. Wc have placed all of our summer "goods on drawn Don t play with Nature s drowning them. He induced them to of small means, by taxation." The pentho reptile. with him in a boat in 'greatest gift cross James river health. Cherokee Bill, outlaw, train robber which auger holes had been bored by sion roll is no longer a roll of honor. EvIf )oureffelinp erybody seems to feel that he is as much and murderer, has killed another man, Nicholas. The boat sank, and Wilkerout o( sort!, weak guard at and generally ex entitled to live on the government as the last victim being a jail son and Mills could not swim. Nich- : hausted, tiers ous, any other rascally bounty jumper and Fort Smith, Ark. have no appetite wife. olas had been intimate with Mills' a ii(i cant hoik, William Fredericks, one of the deserter and here it goes. .Men are on begin at oncetnk- Iiir the most rella- - J And wc don't intend to carry any of this season's stock over. J There the pension rolls who would be in the worst men in the West, was hanged at hie streiiKtheniris; FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. penitentiary if they had their deserts, San Quentin, Cal. He is known to have fore our friends and the public in general will reap the harvest. I I I II I Brown's Iron Hit. and fully half of thope who get the boun- killed three men. Danville Fair Thursday aud Friday. ten. A few hot. ties cure benefit . . T. S. Hooka, a Baptist minister, was ty are not entitled to it. These scamps A sulky weighing less than 20 lbs. is 1 comet Irom the they spin, the only tarred and feathered at Westmoreland, being built for Alix2:03J. toil not, neither do : try tint ilose i nvm't tluim war exertion they ever undereo being to get Kan. He was accused of an attempted Wanted stock to pasture. Plenty of tertk, a til It's pleasant to take. an increase of pension, further to gratify assault on a young woman. grass and water. W. W. White. Thirty-twColeridge, by C. F. Clay, won a race their appetites and add to their profligamen met death in a mine " cy. The pension business as practiced explosion at Bochum, Westphalia. Oth- at Detroit last week in 2:CGj. 2:001 and A: URHANSKY & CO., Proprietors, is a growing shame and a menace to ers are still missing and nine who es- 2 07. Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver T. D. RANEY, Manager. prosperity. It has debauched the man- caped were severely burned. Neuralgia, The owner of William Penn 2:111 Troubles, hood of politicians of all parties, made WilConstipation, Bad Blood to have refused an ofier of $25,000 claims A veterinary surgeon named confirmed paupers out of men who are liams was shot and killed by the mar- for him. Branch Stores: Malaria, Nervous ailments able to earn their own living and be shal of Willard, for interfering with the Women's complaints. J. W. Adams sold to T. O. White 09 Paris, Carlisle, Mr. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnceburg, Cynthiana, workers inBtead of drones in society. We marshal while making an arrest. Get only the genuine It has crossed red acres of land in the Deep Well Woods lines on the wrapper. All pthcrs are sub. Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. agree with the Weekly that the moral stltutes. On receipt of two jc. stamp we The charge is made that silver men for f 350. of Beautiful World's effect of a system which is fraught with of Nevada put up $3,000 to help BlackM. F. Elkin has bought of various I wilt send setand Ten ee. book-frFair Views so much evil is almost bb bad as its finan. burn in his campaign and that the su parties several head of butcher stuff at BROAN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MD. Y cial cost and that it is high time to call a gar planters will bo just as liberal. ol n 3 halt and to create a public sentiment The Sheepsbead Bay Futurity.which Frank Armstrong, of Denver, Col., that will bring oar cowardly law makers jumped from a window and fatally in- will be run August 24. will be worth $67,- to their senses. Those Indebted to the estate of John M. Reid jured himself when his wife quarreled at 000 or more. A Big Line and will settle with Oar last appeal is, attend the Dan whomplease indebted will me at ooct and those to him for coming home from club at a late it is present their claims prop Mb. Oablislb says that alleged interville Fair Thursday and Friday next, vrsiwcu ,u u iwr vmjmwvi hour. JOHN B. FOSTER. view with the Richmond, Va., man, was Aug. 1 and 2. 3S A terrible battle took place in Kaor. John M. Reid in social confidence. He thought he was this, Mercer D. F. Logan bought in N. J., between three policemen talking simply to an internal revenue and Boyle counties, 50 hogs averaging After a dramatic e and a Offered. collector, forgetting that he was also an the culprit had to be killed in 150 pounds at 4 to 4c. AT LANCASTER, KY. editor. The' secretary is therefore someMr. J. E. Farria took several horees cold blood. what angry at the abuse of confidence, Store Itooin go feet deep, plate glass front, the Henry Bradley, his wife and their to the Richmond fair, but was not fortu latest modern shewing, all new and elegantly furbut as he did not say anything that children were found dead at their homo nate enough to get a tie. nished for dry goods, clothing or drug store. Centrally located among amounted to very much anyway, we do Dan Holman, of Crab Orchard, cash stores of on the Public Square, price right,the at Petty, Texas. It is thought that Bradthe town. Terms and On best Vapor Stoves made, at not see that there is any use in getting ley murdered the others and then com- bought In the Woodstock 6ectlon a bunch Address K. II. UATriO.V, Lancaster mad. Everybody knows or ought to of young cattle at 3 to 3Jc. mitted suicide. know that Mr. Carliele is not a candidate I horse-mea- t Robert Ronner has bred Maud S. industry has The canned for the presidency in the sense of seekassumed such propoi tions at Portland, 2:0Si to Worthier, a son of Advertiser Having decided to move to my in ing the office and it is generally conceded Oregon, Stanlnrd, Ky-- I have a desirable in that a special rate to the East 2:15 and Waxana, dam of Sunol 2:0Sl. the business portion ol Rowland which I will sell that if Mr. Cleveland is he ought not to has been made by The government has decided to dis- or rent at a reasonable price. Fur Information apthe railroads .or handbe. T.C.I) ALL continue the distribution of seed, and ply to, ling the product. employes engaged in this work will he A burgoo at Wilder Park, with Gus Jack Chinn doubtless tbinka now that IX OLD AM, JAMES he is a "biger man than old Grant." His Jaubert as chef and 100,000 veterans as discharged. ol Gil Currv sayB that Robert J. can Is a candidate for Superintendent of Schools Deson, Morgan, a pronounced Blackburn guests, will be one oi the novel and stirLincoln county, subjoct to the action of the With full assortment of nice Fnrniturc bought before the advance ring features of the Louisville Encamp pace a mile in two minutes any day and mocracy. November election, 1805 man, ran for the democratic nomination will make him do it before the that he on raw material. Just give us your car for a few minutes and wc will ior representative in Mercer, and beat G. ment of the G. A. R. W. S. BURCH, William Stagg, a young man whoee season is over. B, Sullivan, supposed to bo for Gov. name a number of articles which you arc in need of. Solid oak bed Mrs. Stanford will sell the Palo Alto Is a candidate tor Superintendent of Public for U. S. Senator, by 492 majori- home is at Bonnieville, Ky., was so badroom suits S13.75. Sec our line of framed pictures and made up Schools of Lincoln county; ty. Chinn fits is a young lawyer and a ly crushed in an accident at the Bloom-ingto- stock In order to raise money for run- of the Democratic party. subject to the action frames. You will not be disappointed when you learn the price. Wc Ind quarries that it was neces- ning the Leland Stanford University very popular and worthv young man and duridg the next term. handlc'a nice line of furniture, such asjsuits, chairs, cheap beds and Ohinn pere was enabled to do with him sary to amputate both legs. D. S. T. S. BrookB, a Baptist minister at A negro wojaan in Louisville is afcouches, bed lounges, window shades, curtain poles, extension brack-sio- n what he could not at the last election give bis enemy a black eye. It is said flicted with that rare disease, dermoid West Moreland, Kas., was treated to a brackets, carpets, wall paper. Price elsewhere then wc can Hustonvillo, Ky., c however, that Gov. McCreary took no cyst, and since April last has coughed coat of tar and fathers for attempting an Has more nice Furniture than was evor in you that wc make the prices low. More pretty Hugies, hurreys and interest in the race and that Sullivan up over 400 teeth resembling those of assault on a young woman. Moie toad Cultivators, Wagons, To the premium list of each fair the I'haetons. nice Harnsss, Undies, Whips and Plows nearly every animal and reptile. announced himself for him. and more never morn $50 and Col. binder Twine than was ever seen here. He inFire caused by lightning destroyed agricultural bureau adds vites th public to call and see his stock and g,et If Senator Blackbnrn gave utterance one of the buildings of the Dane county, McDowell is busily engaged mailing prices. Cider Mills and Cano Mills. Undertakers and Furniture Dealers. Stanford, Ky. to the remark attributed to him, that he Wis,, asylum for insane. The inmates checkB to the various clerks. 'THEHEALING WATKRB" STILL KLOW U. S. Senator were safely removed, but the superinintended to he FROM OLD Local dealers are offering 02 to 03 Reubon Gentry or a republican shall succeed him, that tendent was fatally injured while fight- cents for wheat alone should defeat him, to Bay nothing ing the flames, sold 500 buBhels to Anderson & Spilman of bis open revolt against party utteran in yesterday at 65 cents. Advocate. A Warren county ! Since their more than a century ago, and party discipline. The meat of office the interest of free pikes decided that One of the proposed specials of tho these famous discoveryhave given realth and pleasSprings upon which this pompous Bervant feeds under the present law the pikes can not Bufldlo grand circuit meeting Is a match ure to a mighty army ot Invalids and Tourists from all parts ot the world, The Springs are has caused him to forget his creators and bo made free, and a commttee was ap- between Jobnson, the champion bicycle In School Supples at Now Open for Reception of Guests. he apparently thinks that he can crack pointed to draft a law to present to the rider, and the pacer, Robert J. 2:01 J. the whip in their faces with impunity. next Legislature. John W. Flowers has bought of Boating, Bowling, Billiards, Dancing. Driving, Kishinp, Outdoor Games, Good Mu.lc, New Democrats will be false to themselves if The Treasury department has de- Johh Higginbotbam, of Garrard, ISO Livery, An Excellent they do not rebuke Buch an assumption cided that the prevention of the propos- acres of land near Camp Dick Robinson And all that goes to make yourCuisine,enjoyable. visit of supriority by relegating the Senator ed bull fights at the Atlanta Exposition at $25.50. He will take possession tbis TERMS MODERATE. to obscurity. by prohibiting the bulla from being fall. 60 acre farm near Board and Rooms, !8 to S15 per week. Special brought into the country from Mexico Gbkat Bargain. Rates to Families and Societies. With the most of the Dick Tate defal- is no part of its busidess. Stanford for sale. Improved and in a For further information apply to cation made good by sureties and the Surprising results are reported from high state of cultivation. Call and seo GUS IIOFMANN, Prop., A Large Stock and each article the very best to be had at its a Crab Orchard, Kj half million dollar deficit in the treasury Iowa. Free silver men were turned or address me at Stanford. M. Speed price. wiped out, or nearly so, we are at a loss down in the democratic county conven- Peyton. " M. S, Baugiisun. J. W, llAl'CHSIAS. to know what our friend, the enemy, tions where they most expected to win. Tip Bruce, of Danville, has sold to Ool. Bradley, will find to fire the rural The State convention will, it is now W. O. Hartford, of New York City, his heart, unless he draws on bin imagina- thought, be ruled by sound money dele cray pacing gelding, Harry B., 2:203, for tion for bis facts and his wit for his ar- gates. rwormKTOHs S2.500. Ho iabv Happy Day, dam Mam- gument, or words to that effect. "Dr." William Rose, who was par- brino Chief. & David Walter shipped five car loads prepare for and col- doned from the Kentucky penitentiary It cost 188,789 to to Cincinnati Monlect the 177,130 paid in as income tax on condition that he remain out of the of cattle and lambs - - Kentucky. State a year, returned to Frankfort be- day. He paid 2J to 3c for the cattle and ! and it will cost a good deal more yet to fore that time and was at once reimpri 3 to 4c for the lambs. Harrodsburg return that sum to those from whom it If you need livery give ua a call. Nothing but turnouts wilt leave our stable. See us was wrongly obtained. The income tax Boned. He had been convicted of grand Democrat. peach for rates. In our An estimate of the Delaware law has proved a mill atone around the larceny. One of the striking features of G, crop, made during the past week by HARNESS SHOP democratic neck. R. week in Louisville as now propos- agents of railroads, which will transport You will find a good assortment of Harness, BriA. dles, Saddles, Ac Have your repairing done by Tqk city judge of Louisville fined a ed, will be a parade of 5,000 Confeder- the fruit, puts it as being at least our man, he understands his business. We have a of a full crop. If present pros- mechanic in our woman $6 for calling him "honey." Most ates, commanded by Gen. S. B. Bockner, ., n Via arldrpoaAri In flfTertlnnarn . in honor of Commander-in-Chie- f ..Law- - pects are fulfilled, there should be about I4I.W U1DU litr BLACKSMITH SHOP. 1 terms by the women, bat this modern ler and other National Encampment 3,500,000 baskets of peaches pat upon Will guarantee work and' satisfactory prices Ty our hor shoer. Joseph baa arisen to rebuke the world. J officers. 1 the market. emi-Week- ly Interior Journal NEWSY NOTES. -- Louisville Store. King of Low Prices. SAirs mmi r Sin f I Look At These Prices ! Flein-mgsbu- Poor Health Lawns and Challies 4 1 2c, sprcadsc, three-year-ol- f .. Brown's j Our Bargain Counter, THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STANFORD, KY, i Diners It o -- i t J r NOTICE. Ho-boke- n, wife-beat- er. GASOLINE STOVES. Speeial .' Inducements, Extremely Low Prices NOTICE , W. H. WEAREN & CO.'S store-hou- se store-hous- e F. HERE WE ARE AGAIN, Mc-Cre- ary n, CARPENTER, con-vinc- le. WITHERS & HOOKER, ed to-da- y. Crab Orchard Springs. mass-meetin- g Every Thing You Want PENNY'S DRUG STORE. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, LIVERY, FEED STABLE, Stanford, first-cla-ss SALE TELESCOPES AND TRUNKS VALISES H. three-fourt- hs CLUB BAGS AT --- first-cla- ss J. : M'ROBERTS. F-- fc lyi fiilji nnjsshii'iuiiui a fiwimlHjJ4M ltM Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Rkad Dr. Bender'B largo adv. page. m I Fancy China in odd pieces at DankB'. For. goods at bottom prices For jeweler, Danks. Bee the leading to CHURCH AFFAIRS. m 3tanford, Ky - Jily 30, 1895 spectacles try Danks, the Opti- - cian. OiuKi A UocKEtt, cash druKlst8. orythinR cheap. Rich roadster nndsweepstako Danville Fair Aug. 1 nnd 2. Mabon fruit jars, apple parers and der mills at V. U. Wearen & Co's. cl- - E. C. Walton, Business Manager a re- Ev Don't fpll to attend the Danville Fair both days; Thursday Bnd Friday next. 9 m ' Deckklmann is unBiirpassetl as DEALER IN Tho pairer of watches and jewelry. The work is done well and promptly. Lovers of bicycle races Bhould by all Block o( watches, novelties and jewelry James Frye, the Hustonville merI TilI is means attend the Danville Fair August 1 he will take plewmro in showing you chant, continues to sell the best goods at complete, whII selected nnd at very low and 2. tbo lowest prices. prices. At Penny's Drug Store. Pleasant weather has prevailed for Good music by Saxton's band will be several days, but warmer is now predictPERSONAL POINTS. one of the many attractions at the Dan. ed by the s. 8. ville Fnir, Thursday and Friday next, Mns. 13. K. Wkahkn continues very Look at This. We will shoo horses all Aug. 1 and 2. sick. round for SO cents cash. Satisfaction Mb. P. P. Nunnkllky Is quite ill of The highest grade of goods at lowest prices. Mayoii Menbfke should be deposed guaranteed. M. S. & J. W. Baughmalarial fever. from o III co. He is wickedly and with -37- - AGENT FOB THE COLUMBIA Mr. Charley Giibkn is courting in man. a STEEL WIND-MILaforethought bringing his high Greonaburg. The Danville Steam Laundry does the malice by straddling a oflice into disrepute Mus Anne Siiankb is visiting friends best of work. No satisfaction, no pay. wheel and disporting himself in a manGive it a trial. J. W. Belden, agent, in Sheibyville. ner unbecoming tho dignity of the mayMrs. J. It. Wahrkn, who has been Stanford. or of a great city. The city council meets quite ill, is bottcr. Ladies. It is now JJOtii of July and ntxt Thursday night, nt which time imMil asu Mns. V. II. Wkaren are at your account unpaid, i'ieoso call and peachment proceedings should be LiunietU Springs. settle, I need the money to pay my debts brought against him. Hon. Samuel Ward, of Livingston, Mra. Kato Duddornr. was here yesterday. Those who attended the Richmond Crim Huuiile, who lives on Green Riv- fair from here came back very much Mr. and Mrs. T. F, 8riNK went to Buyjthem now. We have a large stock of Canton Flannels bonght er, killed a rattle snako the other day pleased with the fair in general, but Dn. Bekdkh comes to us highly recom- much lower Louisville yestorday. than their present value, which we are offering very Mns. 8. U. IIocker is adding many that measured four feet in length nnd BOineof them were a little disappointed mended as a painless extractor and low. seven inches in circumference. improvements to her residence. at the way several of the strings were a thorough workman in all branches of Mr-J.Haydkm went to Uock Castla profession. He not only the dental Michael Earnst, a German aged 23, tied. For instance in the big saddle teeth without pain, but crowns Springs yesterday to join his wife. stake for mares and geldings Friday, Linwas adjudged of unsound mind by a Mr. G.C. Keller. Jr., and children jury in Judge Davison's court Saturday coln county had three splendid entries and fills without pain, and makes the proposition that where you are not satreturned to Washington Saturday. and ordered to the asylum nt Lexington. viz: W. A. Tribble's Kate.Mallov, LoMimes Clara and Nellik Mkiisiiox gan Denny's Francis P. and Samuel T isfied, he makes no charges. At Myers He has been in the asylum before. " are visiting rulutives in Richmond. Harris' Ltdy Harris, and only the latter House. Aug 5. We will openfthe last of this week 20 pieces all wool Black Dress Prof. 0. II. Holmks was selected by mare itui a tie and that was no better Mies Lrttie Uklm is with her slater, Goods. You should see them. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Mrs. J. F. Walton, at Crescent Springs. the trustees to teach the public school than ti.ird. Nelson Rowland's bay geldMil. W. 0. Elliott, of Cincinnati, has hero another term. Miss Jennie West, ing won first money and Ball Bros., of joined his wife and children at Mr. J. 0. of Mercer, who has taught several terms Woodford, second. Lincoln county has in this connty. will assist him. no desire for more than her share, but Jones'. ii when such mares as Kate Malloy and Mil. Run's Pickett, of Shelby, is the ON Lost On Thursday between Dr. guest of Messrs. Carroll and Thomas II. Clifton Fowlor's and town a black neck- Francis P. ar overlooked by the judges 7, 8 sho does think she has a right to kick. 9, 1895, That Spot Cash is the only way to do business. You can save Shanks tie with small scarf pin witli gold dollar LouisOur clever countryman Mr. S. T. Harris Will be The money and that is what you want to do. Come and let us show Mh. W, W. Withers went to bangle "R. F. WV on ono side of ban-gl- o was congratulated on all sides for the ville yesterday to attend tho furnituro you. and "E. M. V." on other. Liberal Banner Fair & Trotting Meeting success of his great little mare. exposition. reward. Mrs. R Williams. 01 the year. All are Invited to Attend. of The t'ots were good, in fact the best Mil Richard Coim, Jr., and son far in this circuit. The The Lancaster police judge fined a wo the season bo Fhelps took tho train hero Friday for ! : A : man $12 iho other day forswearing three 2:10 trot Friday was won by May Day the Richmond fair. Will be run from Crab Orchard and intermediate Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Swai.v, of Somer- times. The attention of Judge Carson is owned by W. H. Robinson, of Danville) stations, Isaving Crab Orchard at 8 a. tn., 8 ij, Rowland 8:15, Shelby set, visited the graves hero of their two called to the fact that Stanford is losing In the fast time of 2:18. Letcher waa City 8.46, JunctioD City Stanford 8:35,Lebanon arriving t 2:23 at 10:05, and returning alter the fair. One fare second and Blameless third. The a great deal of revenue by the little children Sunday. round trip. of the law here. trot was also a good race and was not fin- forFor programs, etc , address, lUv. and Mrs. J. M. Bruce and little T HORACE CLELAND, I'rea. at dark Friday afternoon. Aeleta ished dauihter, of Glasgow, are visiting Mr. Said to re 110. Old Aunt Judith waa the favorite, but Eagle Pass took the and Mra. B. H. Danks. Mtrs Minnie Monday, of Stanford, is a King, colored, died at her home in Lo first beat The favorite then got two guf st of tbo family of her cousin, Mr. J. gantown last week at the advanced age heats, Eagle Pass another and Elkin of 110 years; or nt least those who are in two, when the race wb called on account W. Munday, Harrodsburg Democrat. LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT, Miss Anna Chow, of Jessamine, who position to know sav sho is that old. She of darkness. rendition JenVina' Admr., Plaintiff, vs Pendle Robert Adams, of Somerset, won the ton Jenkids Heirs, Oefendents. has been visiting the family of Mr. 0. J. left several children, the youngest of Notice of Sale. bicycle race "bands down." Pearce, of and others, returned home Satur- whom is 03. Grow We make all kinds of concessions. In Clothing we are now giving order Pursuant Danville, waa second and Nelson, of Sil Feb. term, to a judgment andIn the ol sale at the you Sio, 512 Suits for S7.50; day. i&oj, of this court above styled Tint mule that Utmrlle llayslett was $10.50 and $15 Suits for $10; $18 and action, the undersigned commissioner will on Mm. Broaddup, wife of the first pastor riding became frightened at a bicycle in ver Creek, third. S20 Suits for $15. of the sport, Rich In the language ol the Christian denomination here, Is town Saturday evaning and jumping MONDAY, AUG. 12, 1895, pupil, Mrs. J. F. suddenly threw young llayslett to the moud has a "wide open" fair. Every ' visiting her former e door ol Before the imaginable ia permit- ford, Ky , between the hours In thea town and Stan, Cash. m. of 9 4 p. ground with much force. He waa un- gambling scheme veil at public outcry to the highest and best Mr. Samuel Davis, an ex newspaper conscious when picked up and remained ted to run on the grounds and both pool ra.. the following deicnbed real property lt bidder are allowed. A man, Is here advertising his fine brand so for quite a while, but finally got all selling and side shows did a A 229 of tobacco, "Tho Drummond Natural right. He was considerably bruised half dozsn or more of good business and a reproduction of the Situated In Lincoln county, Ky.. on the Stanford We are giving you 3.00 and 3.50 suits for 2.50; 4.00 and 4.50 suits foc Leaf." about the head and shoulders. road Midway Plaisance waa a money coining & Milledgcvilln turnpikeabuttincand hounded genMiss ErriE Burnett, of AVincheeter 3.00; 5.00 and 6.00 suits for 4.00. properiy.holders: erally by the tallowing On the North by the lands of R. H Crow, North Tiik new drug Arm, composed of Dr. machine for its owners. grown more handsome and stylish than aud East by the lands of A. W. Carpenter, South. Tho oilkera think they will come out east by the lands of P. W. Logan and West by the ever, is the guest of Misses Nannie and W. N. Craig and J. W. Hocker. appreciBroaddus. year and should lands of Mrs. fictile sale of said farm are not ating the value of advertising, have, con- ahead financially this Sue Baughman. -:- If the proceeds ol they can claim success all t satisf v debts and costs for which sale is Mrs. Mattie Alvkrson, mother of tracted for tho space widen tuey occupy they do so ordered, the Corn'r will then sell the Mr. J. M. Alvereon, of this olllce, took in this issue and will from time to time round. On account of the rain Wednes175 Acros Land We are giving you 1.00, 1.25 and 1.50 Shirts for 89c. Garner Perfour premiums and four certificates on tell our readers of the advantages of tra- day tbo fair was continued oyer till Sat Farm ding with them. They aro well prepar- - urday. More or less, situated in Lincoln county, on the cikes at the Richmond fair. cales and Madras for $1. and Hustonville turnpike toad, and Thoaa who attended from here Friday Stanford generally by tne following amittlng prop Mr. liucm Seargent, n prominent far- oJ to servo the public, having an extra bounded Dalton, Mrs. Hettie ertv ho'dtrs On the Kast by thr lands ol J Vv. mer and stockman of Walnut Flat, Lin line of drugs, &c, and a most competent were: Mrs. Thomas Tlalley. South and t bv the f.n.l of coin county, was hero Fridny en route to pharmacist. Dawson, Misses Sue and Martha Paxton Simuel Givens and J II. McKinney and North ol the Hustons the Winchester. Richmond Register. Rout, MrB. E 0. Walton and Messrs. J and West by will lands hob) Each farm Lebanon Fair. W. W. Penn was here M. Alverson, W. L. Evans, J. T. Embry, pose of satisfying be said aa a --claims for the pur against the the following Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Owsi.RYnnd daughto- - it: The claim of Sat unity advertising the Lebanon Fair "tite of Pendlrton Jenkins, ter, Mattiu Hays, after a pWsant month's 0. E. Tate, S. W. Menefee, J. F. Nancy Jenkins admr lor $3,Jii 80 with interest nnd the special train thereto. Tho fair trom Jan. 3, 1883, until paid, subject to the J. E Bruce and E. 0. Walton. visit to relatives hero, will leave this (374.47 paid Jan. 1, 1864, $181 paid Jan. We are giving you Imported French Ualbriggan, formerly 2.00 per promises to be one of the finest in the 18th, 1S85, ii8i 80 paid Jan i88f ;i8i 80 paid Jan morning for their home In Columbus, suit, for 1.50; regular 1.00 per suit for S5C. I. 1887; 1,000 paid July a;, 1887J S500 paid Aug. State and will last three days, beginning MATNMOmALJIATTERS. Ga. sjth, 1887 and Jajo paid Jan. ao 18S8, balance duo Aug. 7. The special train will start from Nancy Jenkins' admr. Aug a, 1803, $1,071.16, the Mr. W. B. McRoiierts nud family Mr. Samuel Elmore, just 21, and claim ofb Use B. Bright for , 573.78, the claim of vnzh day, leaving there nt went up to Crab Orchard Springs yes- Crab Orchard Miss Mary Elliott, of the Walnut Flat CJ. C. Jenkins' trustee for $6,000 and the costs of tbia action. S a. M., passing hero at S:29 and reaching terday to spend a week or so. Mr. Out ol proceeds of sale the costs including alneighborhood, a bonnie lassie of IS, will Lebanon at 10 Oo. Returning it will lowances to attorneys will first be paid; the claim spider bitten hand lias been come to town to morrow and be made of Nancy Jenkins' admr will be paid in full' the leave tlinro at 0 r. m. The fare is just clims ol Florence Jenkins and Sallie B. Bright giving him groat trouble. one flesh. and G. C. Jenkins will be paid in full out of the Fast colors, 35c and 50c, now 25c. Odd Pants for boys now 50c. Judge Stbiilino F. Grimfa, of Cuero, half tho regular rates Gordon Ben residue and if same is not sufficient then said resiIt is said that James boprcrated according to their respective Texas, arrived Saturday to visit his mothof tbo New York Herald, is due shall paid OiiKAM and Crimson. nett, owner We aro indebtclaims thus in ol six, i and 18 Tikms. er, brothel and sisters. He is judge in ed to Dr. L. II. Blanton forn copj of tbo Bhortly to wed Mrs. Annenkow, the di- installments,Creditpurchaser elving monthswithequal bond the his district, a position corresponding to Cream and Crimson, the exquisito Cen- vorced wife of-- Russian, reputed to be personal security bearing Interest from dar cf sale and payable to the commissioner. Lien our circuit judgship in importance. tral University Mnnual. It contains a the richest woman in Paris. will be retained on land as further security. R.C.WARREN, walk nt Linnietta Springs great amount of College information, tolot of mortals ATacako It rarely falls to tho M C.L C. C, at the other niuht our hnndsomo and ac gether with life like pictures of many of to celebrate their diamond wedding, but complished young townsman, Dr. A. S. tlmofllcials and pupils, Including one of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Manuel, of Kenne-bunPrice, won ilret prize as easily as falling our townmnn, J. B. Paxton, Esq., who a Me., are exceptions. They were Our Loss is your Gain. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded. ofl a log and Jim Shelby won tho second year or two ago delivered the address be- mnrried 75 years ago last week. trying. made a dewithout half An Alabama judge haa fore tbo Alumni. The printing is tho -:- Miss Nora Morkland was given a de- work of the Courier-JournCompany cision that is causing a great deal of conlightful euchre party by Miss Minna Wa- and is as fine a sample of typography sternation among the unmarried men of Ky. ges while at Richmond last week, Some as was ever executed. theStato. He holds that if a man putB d 3 couples were present. MIbs More-lan- d bis arm around tho waist of a marrlage-b- le guests at Linnietta There are also won tho premium in tho fancy 1895 woman it is prima facia evidence that Springs and they form as delightful p Le haa proposed to her. turnout ring at the Richmond Fair. Primary, Preparatory and Collegiate suit to teat tho divorces ments. left yesterday crowd as ever assembled. At least 50 In the Courses ol Scientific, Classical and Prof. J. M. IIuiiiiakd Study. for bis new hume nt Gallatin, Tonn., ac have been turned away so far this Ben- granted by the probate judges of Schools of Music, Art, French and Elocution. Best teachers employed, each a specialist in her the Supreme Court of tho Terricompanied by his boh, Arthur P. Hub. son and tho "standing room only" plaown Department. Boarding pupils under the direct supervision of bard. The professor takes with him the card hangs out moBt of the time. The tory has affirmed Its former decision, best wishes of our best people lie has young ladies are considerably in the ma- holding that all such divorces are void teachers. For further informaiion, address WILLIAM S HELTON, President. done much for the causo of education jority and the benux that are there are and that aubsequent marriages of the 31 made besides an excellent citi- in clover. There is no better host in tho persons bo separated are illegal. Hunhere and zen. Several young ladies from hero will country than Capt. Richards and ho dreds of Eastern people who thought they were divorced and then remarried enter Howard College, of which bo is leaves nothing undone to make his have a good time. Thero will bo n are now bigamists in the eyes of the Successors to J. B, Hlggins, Dealers in president, nnd notico of which appears oflice printed for him big hop Friday evening next. law. elsewhere. This also some handsome catalogues, copies of Bill Merahon waa cut twice in Cut. I wibii to expresa through your paper which can be bad by addressing him or the right arm by Green Skidmore, once my Bincere tbanka to the good people of Fitted by Latest Scientific Methods. calling at his oflice. Kv. across the wrist and the other between Stanford for their kind asaiBtance in my the bonea near the elbow, severing an recent bereavement. I also deaire to We will continue the coal business at Mr. Hlg on all time old and will CITY AND Vir.lNITY. artery and causing him to faint from losa eapeclally thank Diadem Lodge Xo. SI, gins'very sundcoal whicnhave will hand at promptly. deliver we best the of blood. Drs. Peyton and Cook stop- Knighta of Pytbiaa for taking my hus- We will sell strictly for cash and will make it to Go to the Danville Fair. Interest of the people ol this section to pay ped the bleeding and Merahon soon ral- band's body In charge and burying it the 37 Cash. of hata nt W. H. Shanks'. A world lied. He says that Skidmore came to his with the ceremonies of the order he eo We have Specialist. bonne and after cursing him aaked what dearly loved. Mra. S. F. Warner. Summer novelties at Danks', the Jew . he bad against him. Hia reply waa, FOR SALE. eler. A Connecticut church thus adver"Nothing at all," when Skidmore jerked Try the cash plan with Severance & ont a knife and began the carving. Both tises: "A good church physically, Persona desiring a placa of this kind will find Son this alx months. were drinking. At least, Merahon says a warm church spiritually. Good seats for to thtlr advantage to call on or address, timely arrivals, and glorious times to MRS. MARY E. SLAUGHTER, Hatb ol all shapes, colors, sizes, quali- Green was and bia looks showed that he Crab Orchard, Ky. 4 all." bad been also. ties and pricea at Shanks'. B 1 but splendid show rings at rings nt Danville Fair, Thursday and Friday the next. No races, m The State Baptist Association will meet at Paducah Aug. 13th. They call him Dr. Joseph Ballou at Mt. Vernon. Good. Dr. Ballon it is. Elder J. G. Livingatan is holding a meeting at Sugar Grove. Great interest is manifested and 20 have already been added to the church. There have been over 100 confessions and sanctifications at the meeeting held by Rev. Newson at the church at Highland. The meeting will continue through the week. Rev. L. M. Laeley was here yesterS day en route to the holiness meeting t Wilmore. He tells us that he has held good meetings recently in Laurel, Clay, Leo and Owsley counties. Rev. T. R. Bridges, who a short time Bgo was pastor of the Central Cbrlstinn courch, New Albany, revised his be lief and became a Congregationalism accepting a church at Brooklyn. Then be saw a chance to Bervo n 55.000 salary Presbyterian church, with parsonage and other attachments, and he was again converted and is now serving the Second Presbyterian church at Newark, N. J Bffr Bridges is evidently a preacher for revenue only. Farm AND Yard Fence. A. C SINE, Stanford, Ky., wmw L, 3 SASH, DOORS,BLINDS Metal Roofing, Rough, and Dressed LumTaor Lath, Shingles, Eto, Canton Flannels ex-tric- tB BIBLCK GOODS. REMEMBER m The Lebanon Fair, August and SPECIAL TRAIN SEVERANCE & SON. May-wo- cd anti-sweari- ng Com tti isaioner'sSale. PREMIUMS! to Every Offered One. Court-hous- to-w- book-maki- ng Farm of Acres, CHILDREN'S SUITS I FURNISHING GOODS. sufri-die- nt of of Soutn-eas- r. Cum-min- a. follow-credit- s: irarosRWEAR CHILDREN'S SHIRT WAISTS J 1 a We Must Make Room For k, Winter Goods. BAlEW&AIWSo al STANFORD College, Female Stanford, Fall Session Opens Sept. CMEJ HABIiT A MB (BET THE GLOBE Strictly One Price Clothing1 House J. L. Prohman & Co., Prors., Kentucky. Danville, 60-od- SO-o- Depart-Specl- al Okla-hom- a, pa-tro- no R. R. Noel & Son, All Kinds of Coal, SPEOTACIiE! Stanford, For .' Diseased '. Eyes, AND OPTICIAN. Craan Briar Spring DANKS, THE JEWELER, H-- wmm S3 EJffiK. tWWhen not aapaid ist, AT wm, Published Evory Tuesday and Friday YKAR IK VrVVN03S 32.50 will be cbarged."TO K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Trains leave Stanford at 7:15 a m. and arriving at 4:30 p. m. and 9:1) p. m. 3 p. m. "Why, my brother Jim. Don't you rctnombcr him?" "Oh, yes. I remember him and a menner cuss I never knew," replied the host, grimly. ".Tim's dead now; don't be too html on him. I to had pood streaks and ho wns awful lucky in some ways." "Oh, ho was!" Money to Hum. KNOWLEDGE INDISPENSABLE. 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 $12 and Si 5 to 3.50 and every thing we nave in THE BASTIN HOUSE, Crab Orchard, Ky. Meet all Trains.nleht and day. Patrom taken to any part of town Free of Charge. Good Livery Attached, day. n-6- m db, w. b. FEsrirr. HDQfcrwtm!iV7 Karx fl Hotel $1.00 per A. II. 1IAST1N, 1'rop. Dentist, t Stanford, : Ky. Office on Main Street, Opposite "Why, just five minutes before he died a man came in and mid him ton dollars he owed him. Ho died holding1 L. &'.N. LOCAL TIME CARD. tho bill tight in his hand." "Ah," responded tho host, handing Ko. t4, Train soinc North... n 7pm No, to. ' .. " .... 3 15 a m back tho receipted bill, "then he had ' South o. 15, ia 04 p in No. --!, . .. ... 1 15 p ra money to burn!" The brother departed pondering on QUEEN & CRESCENT. tho landlord's meaning and the f look in his eye when lie made that last Tratnt past Junction City at follows: remark. bocial Circle of Anecdote. No. 1 South' 11.48 a m No a North 3 3!P " 3 " ......la.icam " 4 " ...1.3S p m ' 6 ' " 5 a ra SittlHfactor135am Compromise. ...3.15 - 9 " ...... 840pm ' 10 ' ...6 00 a m "Alice, dear, will you marry me?" None. Nos. 3 and 6 and 9 and 10 run no fur paid a young man to his best girl. ther than Junction City, nor on S indsy. far-of- Nashville, Tenn,, College for Toung Ladies. the I'oet-Olfi- SUMMER CLOTHING. These croods are to be sold and not carried. We need the room for 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 Rov.;Gco. W. F. Prico, D. D., Pros., Mrs. S. 0. Truoheart, Former HFC I will take all the hldct I can get lUHO. forcaihorln trndolor leather on court days at Stanlord or at my home In Ullen- nelm. Chat Knnslin, Tanner HI W. S. ly of Stanford, Ky., Lady Prin cipal. beatdcrt. Kaeulty of 40 Officers, Teachers and Lecture rt. I'atioflsjc from entire tvuth. Privilruei in Vanderbilt Mutc Conservatory. ArtSmdio. GymUni-tersl- Atty at Law. Burch, M. Xclan-t- , .Deputy Sheriff, Bur oil & ITowland, Oo., Three lliilldlns; Conornl Colloctors, room for 100 Stanford, Lincoln Kentucky ROYAi "No, Charlie, "Oh, spare me from saying that you will bo a sister to me. I can't stand but" nasium. frept, a, 1893. Kitie Passenger Elevators. Bend for Catalogue. Term begins n.jm WeofTer our icriicta to the public to do a gen eral Collecting lluilneM. Aicouuli, notes, etc 11 6m collected in all parts ot the county. ISP POWDER Absolutely Pure.r A cream of tarter baking powHighest of all in leavening Latest United States strength. Government Food Report. der. SOYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 Wall Street, New York Magazine. going to say?" money than you can get any "I wsis going to say that 1 couldn't That brings you more goods for your marry you, but we could get a clergy-- . where. This is cleaning up time with us and we intend to clean this man to many both of us." Dcmorest's stock. Come and see us. that chestnut." "I wasn't going to say that, Charlie." "What were Remnant Job Counter, Stanford, Mouse. w. s. btctuch:, Attornoy - - at Law, IDob.om "Zour Cattlo. 1 will ga to any pUca whet there are six or more cattle to ithotn. 1 do the work with the Lightning Dehorutr. Can dehorn auy cow la three teconds. the knife makes a clean, smooth cut, dots not crush nor break the horn, as the clipper deet. It It the only humane way lode, hern Dott not punish ihe animal like the ssw, and the wound gels welt as quick again as that made by the saw. for further Information, call an U. A. PKYTON', Stanford, Ky. Sec the Lightn'ng 1'runlog Hook. 101. Kentucky. Office on Street, opposite the Court Collections receive especial attention. 8S IIIi Argument. "Mr. Uplate," said tho landlady, severely, "it is now after ten o'clock. I rcnlly cannot keep the breakfast table waiting for you so long every morning." "Manam," replied the lazv boarder. with dignity, "if think I am going to endanger my health by arising before the day is far enough advanced so I can tell whether I will need to put on my winter llanuels or my gauze underwear, you are entirely mistaken." Buffalo Express. u HUGHES & TATE. Money, Money, Money ! SPRING AND SUMMER. Something to Beautify the Ladies. Dally optnimne- New Hats, flowers and lacesl We cUt the assurance to the trade that they wi nuu in ous esiaDiitnmeni me tame cacluaivcncis In style of patterns, hats and txtineU and all lh leaitlng novelties in Millinery for which v. aic known throughout the country. I have secured a trimmer for the season. Thanking you lor past favors, we respect fully solicit your patronage heretofore so literally beatawed. ni. II UUIIUCKAK' KATE DUDOUKAK. Matiagrr. first-ela- te I am now ready to deliver Ice .rom the Stanford ater, Light and Ice Company's factory IOE I At 40 Cents Per Hundred Pounds And over and.Mc a pound for 10 pounds and up to 100. Illlls due sat of each month. K. II KHMER, JManlorJ for Ilopr. "Do you think you will be acquitted?" asked a New York gentleman of a prominent mnn who was indicted for Good Ground bribery. I am representing the North-westerMutual Life Insurance Co. in the loan department and am ready to make loans in this and adjoin ing counties. Interest 6 per cent. I erm 2 to 5 years, ror lull information and application, apply to n TO HiO-A-ZEsT- . J. : T. : STTTTOIT, TO THE LA3DIEQ hustonville,:kentucky. Offers his services o the people ol est I.in- coin and Catcy Counties ull stock ot ColSct and Caskets always on hand. U. S. Carpentir, Mantger. 93 I undertaker, n A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, a; .. Office over McRoberts' Drug Store in the Owsley UuiMmc. "Yes, I think so." "Has your lawyer given you grounds to think so?" "No." responded the hopeful client, "but I have given him grounds to think so. I've deeded him all my real estate as his fee." Texas Siftings. Cliicrful Idiot. "I observe," said tho musical boarder, "that n man on the south side is bulng the proprietors of n boiler shop for making so much noise as to drive all his boarders away." "I hardly think he will win," said the Cheerful Idiot. "Why didn't lie pet a few boarders who thought they could day the clarionet and drive the boiler bhop away?" Indianapolis Journal. Contngloutt. Th JOHN EL 3SXRB1T. InsuraxiOQ Ag'ont. My M.lllnery S10 kitfill vtl Ca'l ana caamlne and you ill.ti sure to. buy new bpnng Hat. MISSLICCIU IfEAZLKY, Stanford, Ky cmtc SCHOOL BOOKS, And a complete line ot Crayon, Slates, Tablets and Pencils, every thing a pupil needs. in THE LADIES CORDIALLY cash. G. B. COOPER, fact -- : INVITED An Stanford, Ky. John U. Cattleman. r ..Proprietors uf... .;lte.l and that It boyml to ptaate. wt. Livery and. Feed Stable, bought lor cash andit being determined to Hating tell fur SrANFUllD. KV. Having bought of P W. Green hn Livery business and added new buggies and horses, ocuc prepared to furaisli I I cau m4I attha kswrtt possible prices elimination will coavinre yw. To call and examine wy Spring Millinery, whi h l iw npemag up. I pride mytclf that II Is A. G L1u1h.tr ROYAL esurancs Company OP LIVERPOOL,. BARBEE &0ASTLEM AJS MANAGERS, OTATlKDNlEMlf,, Fine Ron. Paper, Tablets and Envelopes. MKS A A. McKINNEY A splendid assortment w a j nc. ; t j nkt, ti,. Drugs and Medicines, Every thing new, purest and best quality. We solicit your patronage. S FIRST-CLAS- S TURNOUTS Commerce Building, Louisville Ageoti throughout the South 37. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agent, STANFORD, KY. "Now, sir," said tho professor of medicine, "you may toll me to what class of maladies insomnia belongs." "Why or " replied the indolent youth, "it's a contagious disease." "I never heard it so described. Where did you learn of this?" "From experience. Whenever my neighbor's dog can't sleep I'm just as wakeful as he is." Washington Star. Making Hi'iil I'rogrt-ftit- . W. IB. Druggist, Stanford, Ky. M'EOBEBTS, Co., & On short notice. The traveling public will nad us alwaya ready and willing to furnish Drummers' Wagons, cither single or double, or Carriage of a'l kinds at very LOW PRICKS. The boys In and around town will alto find us the people to deal with. Stop with ut when In town at courts and entertainmenta and your horse and veSole prepri.tors Deans Illack Diaaoad Koo hicle will be well cared for Paint Kitimatts furntined for jibUbj Wood, II. COOPKK O. Metal and lion Hoofs Satisfaction Guaranteed. Myers House Stable, btaaford, Ky, S; All tools paintrd with Dean's lllaci Diamond I'aint guaranteed for years Dealers In teit cis em rumps and l.alranliwl Iron Kilters. 67.1m JTOITSS BROS,, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. St. Asaph Carriage STANFORD. KENTUCKY, TO THE CITIZENS Of Lincoln County. The New 'Tho Myers House, I V. W. CUEEN, Proprietor. -- 777 Portland. .Totte San Francisco. NOETIWEST ,.Via The ... Cycliss You must be an expert rider by this time. I'ednll Sure thing! Knocked a man down at a crossing Cycliss Well? I don't see the point. l'odall That's easy. If I hadn't been an expert rider I would have lost my nerve and dismounted. Chicago Record. to-da- MERSHON GREER, Proprietors. Lancaster Planing Lancaster, Ky., Mill, Stanford, : : : Kentucky. I am still runnini this n Hotel aad will continue to ki my guests the poliust altsn as wsll as the best the market aflurdi. All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairin done in first class style. Is now n lull operation, and invites the attention ol the builders of Lincoln county to its material, superior workmanship and low pnecs. Note Special Attention' to tho Travel- ing Public. Qrmsviur.Htw'AiBOTaCHieatoTiTT Only Dining Car Route From x.omsinxi, - week? He Oh, cured. Srpei nundred. As low aa $130 per hundred. Hal Cured. Perfectly clear yellow poplai weather boarding at He Smoke that cigar nnd it will Special attention to horses with diseased feet. As low We have an artistic 1 .50 per hundtod.thlcVnniMs as i yt per Inhundred. ol Crilini yellow Allpatterns euro you forever of smoking bud Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work. pine, poplar, and chestnut and ash, as low as j per hundred. I'ouble dressed lumber as low as ft per cigars. lumber hundred. Friend Same kind 3011 gave mo last MR. Ac Save money giTing KIKLEY. SIPERIENCED FEIRTER. quarter oak,Ileautitul "tllow pinebyfinishing us you. He Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing of all Kinds. . SOME OP OUR PRICES: Pertectly clear poplar 1 or yellnw pine floor! nr at THE London. ood ' RILEY K. B. RILBY, HOUSE Kentucky. Proprlotor, 1 - - - E. ES I have mored to my new Hotel and am TO CHICAGO. (handing it back) Texas Siftings. IIU Chum--. tint's so; I did give-Fri- end Well, I'm Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trill. orders THE LANCASTER PLANING MILL, Latuaitvr. 736rr II betttr accommodate the public, Lirery attached and every convenience Giv m tall. FRANK KILKY, Elegant Pullman Veatibuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address E. H. BACOX, FKANK J. RE1D, D. P. Agent, C. P. Agent, Chicago. Louisville. ! The man will tnnd tho greatest chanco Tor savlnif of his soul Who lets hU r,ifo brlni; up tho kids. Whllo ho brings up tho conl. io Reliable Process Greatly improved for 1S95 and worthyof consideration. Indianapolis Journal. Denver. to call fcr MONOX Route, lleSUKE j I vi:ky wnix i'i.i:.si:. St. Paul. CO tiS4ia-- .' P j .ffffli fl,m 'i r. ANCHOR : STOVES, Anchor Steel Ranges, And -- The- . O O it C5 Q s T3 CI V They have Proven a Success. They are beautiful and an ornament to a parlor. BEST IN THE COU1MTRV, You are invifed to call and sec them. FARRIS & HARDIN M c S bo J Guarantee Satisfaction Call and see. Willie S. Mamma says she always likes to call on yoa. Mrs. Twickenham (highly gratified) Does she, Willie? Willie-Yes'- m. When she goes away she says she feels so satisfied with herself. Brooklyn Life. Bo K. WE2AMIEN Dealer In o O o Xfl o HIGGINS & McKINNEY, THE ti Q o tXi R3 Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages Wagons, STAJNTFOHD, BIT. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. a u c rt c - s tr "Walliio M M a o o w Attorney at Law, Stanlord, - - Kentucky. E. Varnon, Ills fault. creature!" exclaimed Uncle Allen to the mosquito that was buzzing about him. "There's room in this great world for both you and me. . . . Hut you shouldn't try to crowd mc," ho added a moment later as tho insect alighted on his noso. And ho reaches the priucipal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed crushed it remorselessly. Chicago through trains. Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harriumn, ChattaTribune. nooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, They Take Wnff. and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxvtlle, Hot Springs "Riches take unto themselves wlnps and Ashevilie; and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Monroe and llj away," said the teacher. "What and Shreveport Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and kind of riches is meant?" Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, -And tho smart boy at the foot of tho San da New Orleans or via Shreveport. class said: 1 fl! from tlin Ulue flrnss Cities fo Citirttmnti cit.nrf T.?ti ".. "They must be ostriches." Sparo Not. "Poor little Queen &Crescent PIANOS and ORGANS. route: JP Moments. Will et as Executor, Admluistrator and Assign- A Glnil Surprlae. 4 Sp'ecUl ttont!on givn '0.su,y,ij- Vfon of -- . lex, as nf ants' Lands. Office on Lancaster St. overSupt;W, F. McCla Ya office. , Lulu (who lias been very 111, rfnij - aeuli' you. mamma? awakens) Am I In nnd sud- Ileaven, Mother No, dear, we are still with Tammany Times. Free Parlor with ever' accommodation to patrons. Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and Observa Cars tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and Chattanooga. V. C. Rlnearson, ChaB.W.Zell, ZMp. Pau'r Ajt., Cincinnati. 0 0.1'. A.. Cincinnati, 0. fj tM:i9 wafcll. !?& "?3Sgrffia I am now selling Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced prices and on easy monthly payments, orany other terms to suit the purchaser best. 1 give special attention to mail orders and carry as fine a lint of goods as can be found any where in the land. I am selling SEWING MACHINES cheaper than I have ever sold them before. Give me a call and be convinced. 1ST Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel. Mrs. Margaret Portman will be in charge of the store, but in takine this position does not give up her class in Music, but will continue teaching as before. Address P. H. IDOL, Stanford Ky. ttSVtlWMI MWa9rn