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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889071901 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 1889 $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. - I J( I t - lf p, I , " '.)'.' rrr & - J- ,t 4" 1 vi'V "" Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVII. CHURCH Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1889. AFFAIRS. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. 1 1 jf 1 NO. 46 W R. C. WARREN. Kii-lum- j j The coiner stone of u now Methodist chinch at Harrodsburg was laid Tuesday witli apiiropiiate ceremonies. KlderT. V. heats will preach at How laud Sunday next at 11 o'cleck. All who wish to hear the Scriptures fairly explained, come out and hear the crip-- , pled pi earlier. Hev. J. J. Porter, Baptist, and Hev. X. J. Howe, Chiistian, will debate at Owenton, Am:. I'D, on "The Dfsign ol Baptism. This is nearly uspoorbiisiness as some of the preachers of this county lire engaged in. The Lexington Press says that Hev. George O. Barnes has been induced to hold a series of meetings theie, in which he is being assisted by his daughter. He ought to do .something for Lexington; it has done so much for him. The South Kentucky Association will meet at Somerset August III; the South District at Salt Hiver, Boyle county, Aug. 'M, Tate's C'leek at Libertv, d (iarrard, Aug. 27, and the South Hiver at Second I.ibeity, Iluv sell, Sept. o. The pastors of the various churches in Stanford have agreed to hold union services hereafter on Sunday nights, to begin next Sunday at the Presbyterian church, at which time Hev. Ueorge Hunt will preach. Theic will be no other services iu town. The female portion of the "Pentecost Band," a strolling party of evangelists that has been doing Indiana for some time, are iu jail for holding boisterous and disorderly meetings. They refused to have their lines paid, preferring to suffer the mnrtvrdom in jail. Sam Jones is said to get SloO a day for aiting as clown for the High Bridge circus. Those who pay for that kind of thing seem to get their full money's worth out of Sam, who claims that the Urd nude him out of a pattern which , (or whvh , u. aflrwnrili) , Cum-beilan- Brodhead will erect a roller mill. The lightning rod man is now upon us. l'lux county. is prevalent in portions of the Convention is in session GRAND KENTUCKY EXCURSION TO- tf A S. S. nt Brodhead. The nhovo U a tolerably fair llkenesH of the gentleman who will represent Lincoln county 5:: tlio next Uenernl Crutch of Kentucky, Held Wnrren. Ho was born liithicoirn-ty- , now n part of Hoyle, April A, 1HI1, nnd Krailitntod nt Centre College in IStCJ. Head law under Hon. .JoahtiH F. Hell, one of the most ilistinpuiaheil lawyers of bin day, and ufterwunln nttended the LouUville Law School, from which he graduated in 18W. He then located at Stanford and practiced his profession in partnership with Jude H. J. Breckinridge for a while mid afterwards with Judge M. C. Snutley. In H70 he was elected County Attorney, which ollice he tilled most acceptably four yearn, and. iu 1830, was chosen Commonwealth's Attorney by the people of this district, serving lx years with great fidelity and making a reputation rw an earnest and tireless advocate of the iK'Ople's cause. Ilin party endorsed him for In 18il, but he was defeated by thesuiall majority of 81, when thrf republican candidate for circuit judge got over WW majority. Since then he ha devoted himself assiduously to his profession and he ...... m.k . tli.s, mnut tiitr-- " t fk uu VV , practices at.this bar He was .named to MIm Charlotte Letcher Duncan in is, J and they nave six children. His nomination for the legislature wm not of his ow it seeking, but he is a tried anil true democrat, who does not refine any demands made upon him by hw party, and when once he was induced to accept the Humiliation, he threw '" whole soul into the canvas and is carry lug the banner of the democracy Jt' the credit that always characterizes his Vlbrt. He is a good man. a capable man and n reliable man and we have . ..... grcui eoiimioiue u.av wie .eu,..e coin countv will enibraee the chance to . wiiii uiu ikw anu iiio-- i .iiimnie.. legislature that she has had her to the for years. He is the will of honor ad what he tells the people he will do they can rest assured it will be done, if iu his But our people know Dick jiower. Warren too well b need any eulogy of him from us, ami we believe as surely as election day shall arrive, that they will testify their coutldence in his honesty, capability and integrity by electing him by such h majority as shall do honor to him mid the gsd old f'ltuty be will represent. l J. Vanderpool, living near Williamsburg, has 'Jt living children. Mis. Cathritie Hudrall, aged v.), died Sunday, near Brodhead, of cancer. H. K. Thompson bought a hunch of at cattle from T. (J. Taylor at 2 J cts. A splendid brick hotel and l!l acres iu lots for sale. Maiet Cress, Mt. Ver non, Ky. at. Arch Mctiuire was married to Miss Martha Bowman, near Climax, this, county, Tuesday. D. N. Williams has nut iu a hvdiuu lie rain at "Spout Spring" nnd Is piping the water to his dwelling. The coal mines nt Livingston have almost run out and are beginning to fall in. The wotks will shortly be abandoned. George Doan seriously cut Ike Mizu at Whitaker's Store, on Skaggs Creek, last Sunday, on account of some remarks made of female relatives. No arrest. Mat Winstead, who established and run the notorious "Jo Fields" iu the east end of Mt. Vernon, sontu years sfnee, died at Grays, Knox county, Sunday. A sullicient amount to begin work on the prosjwsed college has been subscribed and tiie stockholders meet tonight, Thursday, to organize. Work on the building will be begun as soon as bar-roo- Iwiet ensure. VIA- - JI CENTRAL OW R. R. $10 Ten Dollars Round Trip. $10 Special through trains without change of Palace Sleepers, Elegant Chair Cars and Day Coaches, leaving Lexington 1 p. m., arriving at Falls j0TSpecial Reduced Hotel Rates. Tickets early Wednesday morning. good for five days. Excursion under auspices of the Ladies of Broadway Christian Church of Lexington, personally conducted by Mrs. J. S. Shouse, Route of trip through Cincinnati, over the with a Co.' s Agt. in charge. Bee Line. ever popular Application for Sleeping and Chair Car space should be made at once to For particulars call on or adS. F. B. Morse, G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. M. 0' Bryan, Agt., or E. H. Bacon, T. P. A., Lexington. dress If. The Young Man's Fatal Blemish. He had taken n vacant seat in the car by tho side of a lovely young girl with whom he had some acquaintance already, and whom he was ardently desirous of impressing favorably. Under the spell of his brilliant conversational pow ers and the glance of his dark hazel eye blush had risen to her cheek the tell-tal- e and bore mute yet eloquent testimony to the progress the presumptuous youth was milking in her good graces. Carelessly handing the train boy a quarter of a dollar and requesting the worth of it iu caramels, he was about to resume the Coyle is visiting her brother, L. M. Frazer, iu Louisville. Seven or eight from here attended the republican convention at Richmond Wednesday. Little Ida May Aduius is very low with llux. A. M. Decker, late of tho C. V. News, was here Wednesday. Tom Smith, wife and Miss Marion Smith are To my Friends in Lincoln County. visiting at Livingston. V. P. Freeman, Sw( (J Tm,ilhlv- miu, of . tlll, j NT who lived here a number of years, has Kul. BIul J()lKNAI t!ml w,0 moved hack to Atlanta. Ga. j,, u cmlMntc superintendent, OH,v ,ffllM lo ,)0 Ilccor,eJ tll0 riiihi to H111111.E. Hepiihlicans all seem to be ,jn out the unexpired term for which her satisfied with their nominee and will all filth,.r waiflwtwl.an.l to earn for the support In til. with few exceptions. The famiv the lest of the salarv to which he vote for Warren "and Montgomery is wolll,i !l!lVt. ,eeii entitled.' I, as a true 11s it was ten days ago. Berkele passes Kl.ntHl.k,lllIf ,uost cheerfully accord to here and tells us lie is going to tackle ,1(jr mi(, t,u, fanjy o Breckinridge for the Senate. nv luQ A. ,...,.. , ,,.,., .,.,, , , , valw Traylor is in Louisville this week.G. Jas. ptited right to such consideration. I fur- - ICngletuan is hauling lumber for his tht.rmijre t(.t.i thnt friell,, u om house, sain Fugleman says, "I will be countv will not censuie, but fullv ? 10.000 Warren beats Montgomery and tl0 aree that I have pursued the proper the money is in tho Stanford hanks." h c0,uc ,n t,0 umUor ,... ,. lnt, lU fof sain Spoonaniore hud a very tine mare ,,.., lvw, fll... ..,., , ., ,1V ,.,,., to run against the fence and snagged so application to my duties as teaclier of badly that she will die. Theie will be the public schools, and in the work of speaking here iu the shade by the counure- - ty candidates Friday afternoon at lomity itis'itutes and p:ringinyself for the position of county o'clock and a good time is expected. Joel sup"iiutendent. Ami I feel very proud Walker sold Piewitt some late lambs of the coidial suppoit promised me by this week for cU. H. S. Hubble and friettds'in the diU'erent sections of the Jesse Fox bought ;tl mules from Lovla-dcounty. Hndalso for those kind expressof Missouri. Miss Virgio White's Colored ions from some of the conductors of our school began here Monday. institutes with whom I havo been nsso-- i folks will havo a picnic here Saturday I.NTKiiKsTi.Mt Facts. The inventor of dated. But I bow to the decree of fate ind at night. Supper at the the pigs in clover puxzlc realized ;100, and what my friends with whom I have' was a success of ?.'o.;'.3 S. K. Ownlev 000 from it befote the public dropped It. consulted, and myself, consider ju)icc. sold some ."(. pound heifers for 'JJ. Miss Kvery genuine champagne cork tired ' How over, should the friends of popular Bell, of Hopkinsville, is visiting Mi.--s in a Inittle of champaign costs four eiiuctuioii uetiro mm. i snouui serve Hattie Hobiuson. J. B. H. is going to cents. The quality of tho cork Is indica- them for the full term, I should most visit Niagara Falls soon after the election ted by its close grain and marvelous ex- gratefully accept your confidence in ac- to pass oil the chagrin of the defeat of pansion after being withdrawn from the cording mo the position, which Is,, us I his party, who call themselves prohibi bottle. conceive, i very grave and responsible tionists. Two young men, Willie and pounds in his fight one. That, however, will bt with those John, went to see their special ones SunKilrain lost When he Mopped into iu whom such poweis are vested. wiMi Sullivan. day night and left a lantern hanging nt he weighed IH7 pounds, but the ring Very I'espc ifully. the gate to guide them away; but it was when he left it his weight had been reW. F. Mi Cl.vuv. day on the boys too soon, so they left duced to 1ML Sullivan went down from their lanteiu hanging till they como "lOto'-'O-l. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. again. A timely cry of lire by a partot owned Tho engagement of Mr. Kminons In Marietta. Ga., brought its master into Blaine nnd Miss Side Wiiiskkus and Anita McCormick, the the room and prevented a bad fire. The second daughter of tho late C. If. .MA clone observer is reported by parrot had accidentally Ignited a box of cCormick, of reaper fame, is announced. the St. Louis as saying: matches and seemed to i ealiu the dan- Miss McCormick is a beautiful and nc- - "Did you ever see n man with side Kvonlng World. ger of n conflagration and whiskers that wasn't selfish? If that is a now' idea to you, n great favorite in Chicago society. She Phksknt ai.k ok Tiir. Faiitii. The w ill have a fortune of 52,000,000 or more just run over a list of your acquaintances ago of the earth has been placed present who havo side whiskers, nnd tell me if in her own right. by Sir William Thomson at 100,000,000 or noble any of them are years, while tho speculation of others DEATH'S DOINGS. I'll bet you a dollar to have given much larger tlgiuca. Thcio Mrs. Nancy, wife of Martin Crovv, a nickel that you won'tfindone. Not long are, however, good grounds for icgard-inj- r ago I made known this theory of mine died at Danville, aged 1(1,000.000 years as a moderate about men with side whiskers in conMis. Sallee, wife of Mr. Jell' M. Scientists- concur in thinking was hotly opfor several years a citizen of this versation nt the store. It this is but a small part of the earth's exposed at first by some of the boys, but istence, and everything lectin to tho be- place, died at her homo near MillSpring, when they began to count up their acin Wayne county, Tuesday, of heart di lief that Its total evolution through the quaintances witli side whiskers they bewill exceed u million sense. She leaves, besides her husband, immensity of spice all of whom me young came my converts. Only u few days ago of centuries. New York Commercial several children, and who will sadly miss a mothers's one of the boys went to write a business Advertiser. letter discussing another man and ended love. is a cow calf, it with: 'In short, lie is one of those "A fellows.'" A woman was killed mid several othwith a bull calf, and generally barren," says Webster, hut .Mr. C. B. (iuisenber-ry- , ers were seriously injured by jumping Hon. R. C. Warren from an electric car, in Cincinnati, that of Clintouville, is owner of u Democratic candidate for Iteproenme, will heifer that had broken a brake. grade following timet and places: A Confederate court martini just spv ik at the produced n calf some weeks since. Mr. Hubble, Kritl.iy. July ijilij (JuUenbcrry mys that t'is Is tho third held at Atlanta has exonerated one Mr. McKinney, baturda), July wth; ferry's Spring, July 34th. case of tho kind on record, so far as ho Mahcr fiom the charge of deserting the 15th. has read or heard. Lexington Gazette. Confederate in my. The trial was under WaynesJiurjf l'iomc, JulyJuly ;tti; Millcdgewlle, Saturday, the nuthorityjif tho Confederate Veterl'rearhersx ille, on Saturday, August jd. The Pride of oman. ans' Association. At t o' clock 1'. M. at each plat.. i always a A clear pearly and transparent ikln During the four years of Hunter Time will bv divided with other candidates for Ign of pure blood, an J all ptrjon trout lc J with Wood's term its collector of internal rev- the office d.irl, Rreaky, yellow cr blot Jicd skin can ret Kggs and chickens are too vnluahlo to ttiat ihvir blood iuut of order. A few doses enue for thfs district, the sum of 5,'yf IS,- fMaktr will of Ileus' lllood 1'tirilifr Vln Uloodbecome clear ami :'C0.8!) was turned, into the treasury, tho bo allowed to go to waste when Gnnter's will llio cause and the n average per year being $l,n$2,0)2,H7L ' chiuketi cholera euro is soldniul warrant iratiinarenl try It. and If lutiifacttun h not A l is fully warnnlud It will cost you nothing Henderson News. ed by Mcltobeits it Stngg. H. l'enny, uruisslst possible. Miss Julia ...!.. lw' I i SUMMER GOODS 3sf z- - AT- - furM-lioo- l , T. R. WALTON'S. White Mountain Cream Freezers. Extracts for Ice Cream, MASOSTSIWERE-TOF , ....-.- ,v 1 "i conversation that had been interrupted for the moment, when he saw the flush die out of the young lady's face and a cold, indill'erent, wearied look took its place, nnd he knew a blight had fallen on his budding hopes. On what trifies hang the destinies of two human live' As the boxes of caramels were thrown by the train boy on tho young man's lap they fell to the floor and his fair companion hud seen them fall and noted the reason. "I can never marry a man," she had said to herself, "us bow legged us he is." Chicago Tribune. Nerve at the Poker Table. number of gentlemen were gathered at Chamberlain's telling poker stories the other day when one of them said: "One of the nerviest games of poker ever saw iu this city was played not long ngo in a room nt he Ailington hotel, iu wliPie several gentlemen National nolities were in the party. All the hands had been dealt and uboutlOOO were in the pot before the draw. Only two staid ill. Tliov were Gen. Mahone nnd Col. Henry Watterson. Gen. held two pair and drew one caid. Wutterson stood pat. Mahone bet an even clOO. Watterson saw him the $100 nnd raised $.'i00. Mahone saw that amount and raised it another $100. Watterson s:w that and raised it $1,000. Mahone laid down am! asked Watterson to let him see tho cards, but Henry said: 'No, if you want to see what have you niust pay for it.' and he raked in the pot. Afterwards ho told his friends just what ho hud. It was a cool blufi', and he hadn't u card in his hand higher than a queen, but it took several thousand dollars of the Virginia gentleman's money through using his nerve at the proper time." Washington Capital. A 1 well-know- n Ma-bon- 5'c. y, t FRUIT JARS Jar Gums. , j school-hous- e Sealing Wax and Scythes, Snaths and Whet Stones. o j Stanford Roller Mills Flour always in Stock. Regular stock embraces Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, Glass- ware, Queeusware, Confections, 1 Globe-Democ- rat cold-blood- ed Cigars, Tobacco. T. H. W.AXTOIT, J. P. Burton, Clerk. Main and Somerset Streets. warm-hearte- d orself-sacriilcin- estl-mat- e. 111. Sal-le- e, free-niarti- u twin-bor- n cold-bloode- two-year-o- free-marti- n The Win en no Post. "There is not in a singlo the State of Delavvmo penitentiary. If a man beats his wife or sets llio to a neighbor's barn, or breaks into a house, he isn't shut up with u lot of other criminals, with full time and opportunity to learn all their . tricks of deviltry that ho did' not As a preventive of crime the lias n much greater terwhipping-pos- t ror than a term in tho penitentiary, und I have never known ol a man that cnuio back for a second dose. Ho simply leaves tho State. .Maybe he comes to NowYork; I don't know. At tiny rato he seeks another homo and you may rest assured that if he lives iu Delaware lie lives n very quiet life. To be sine it is n relic of barbarism, but it is our way. Governor Higgs iu tho New York Star. to-da- y know-before- The Great Remedies itsi-lf- ! KEET' SPECIFIC mrc all b!tod diseases, such asScrofula, Ulcers, Pimples, Ulcerated Throat, White Swellinc, Syphilitic dieacs in all its start's. Necrosis. .Vc Price Si per buttle. II A VIS' IIIO.V 1)1 1'IKKS is the mou pleasant to take o( all the Iron tonics. It cures Dyspepsia it eIncs a keen appetite, enru !n the blood, regulates the liter and imparls new energy to the muscles Price Si per bottle. and nervous systi-GA I'LII- P's WORM S KUP is made of .the best worm killers and expcllers known to the medIt is pleasant to take, safe and reliable. Price 15 ical profession and therefore recommends per bottle OATUKF'S MAGNl'.riC Plt.LS for all Liter Complaints, Impaired Digestion, Sick Headache, Ac Acts ascathartu. Pru.e j cents per box. Manufactured and lor sale to the trade b the WILLIAMSBURG DRUG CO., Williamsburg, Ky. Ho (Do BUFILlBTg SUMMER i You Cannot Afford At thixMAftOti of the ) car to he without a good re, Ilablydiarrluea h'.im in the house, as cramps-colic- , diarrhota and all inflammation of the stomach ami bo els ate exceedingly dktiKcroui If not a One bittloof llejijs' attended to at once. llalsam will do more good in cities of the kind than any tthor modtcinoon earth Wit guarantee it A R. Penny, Druggist Diar-hroe- MERCHANTTAILOR Is Receiving His SPRING 'AND GOODS.1 Give him a Trial Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, r iti ''' .iiift.)i , . wji,. V n . -. .1 'u '' . '- " - - lfMfMMWi flu itmtnmn..nCT.,. yy...mrmjy7f9nW)rvmm sasslcWsiiSSs i I of The prohibition t speakers proclaim Cot.. I). HowAiui Smith, Kentucky, died, suddenly of, heart di- - that they ate opposeii to woman .Monday morning at his home in frnge, but they are circulating literature Louisville, aged OS years His wife was which not only advocates that and the Stanford, Ky., July 11), 18SU to hnvo staited to visit friends in Virgin- - disfranchisement of uneducated poor ia tiiu night before, but wa detained by folks and negroes, but demands a to secure sleeping car accouuuo- - j erty rinalitlcation for voteia. All these V. F WALTON. dations. Col. Smith was a son of Capt. dogmas are proposed and advocated by Kelson Smith, who removed to MiisStatel the prohibition party nnd if it should from Louia county, Vn., in 17S:t. He ever come in power, which we believe DEMOCRATIC TICKET. -ATwas given a thorough education and at the good Lord u ill forbid, each one of r State Trersurer, the age of 21 began the practice ol law them will bo adopted, lucre m no tell SHARl'E. STEPHEN at lieoreetown. In 1S10 he was elected ing to what extiemes the tanatical ct to the legislature and in lfw.J to the Sen- will go, so democrats especially had betFOK STATF. SEATON, ate, in both of which he wondistinction. ter stick to first principle". The demoR.J nRECKlNRIDGE, OK HOY I.E. At the beginning of the war he raised cratic ship has weathered the htornis of the oth Kentucky cavalry and entering nearly a century and is still good enough For Representative, Lhculn County, into tlie service of the lost cause fought for common peonle to all in. Let every RICHARD C. WARREN. gallantly for it till captured in Morgan's democrat get aboard and l oil up such a V famous raid into Ohio, and placed in majority for Dick Watrcn as will utteily We to only prison at Camp Ch.we. He was exchang and entirely put cranks and fanatics in The republican stock in trade in the present State can- ed tlie following .miucii ami again enter the btick ground. vass is the defalcation of Tate, which ed active service. On the death of lien. It may be all very well topiohilut the they are using for nil and much more Morgan he was entitled to the command sale of liijuor, but when you have to take than ifis worth. The unusual spectacle but waived it for Gen. Basil Duke and woman's suH'r.tge, an educational and a of a democratic ofllcial koiiik wronj? is urged the secietary of war to make the ty ijualitication for voting along enough to occasion wonder, surprise and appointment, for which uneltish act propel To Dry Goods; Clothing, Boots, Shoes, witli it. but few who understand Caps, indignation, in all of which we sincerely Gen. Lee paid him the highest enconium of the prohibition parly will caie $c.t join. We are no apologist for Dick Tate. and recommended his appointment as to ii.t their lot with it. stiek to the old He deserves the strongest execrations brigadier general. Broken down in forlandmaiks and vote for Warren, Breckand most ignoble punishment for dis- tune, lie returned to his homeattheclose inridge and Sharp. gracing the long line of honorable of the war and resumed his practice, as given the Stale. barren almost of hone as he was of mon- that democrats have "I'm not guilty, God knows," were the the repub leans to cy. He did fairlv well till 1S07, when he last words of Mike Bolak, executed TuesBut it make such an ado over his sin, when it was nominated (or auditor by a practical- day at l.elvedere, N. J., for murder, but comes home every day nearly to them. ly unanimous vote and for three terni the impression prevails very largely that people possessed good The statement is made, based upon the he was elected by majorities which show-e- l Mr. Holak was lying like it dog. If their both and, We facts, that in 20 years more than 4,000 rehis strong hold upon the people. It storio-- t are to be believed, a guilty peryou. to is depublican government olticinls have is no reflection on the other gentlemen son is the exception and not tlie rule in Complete. faulted, some of them in much larger who have held the office to say lie never the legal business. and no living man will had a suneriorm its nianaeenieiit. He sums than Tate's, The legislature of Ithode Island has ' ever forget the frauds, thieving, rascality was afterwards railroad commissioner for nnd corruption that grew and fostered two vears and since his removal to Lou- - been convened in extra session to pass, under Grant's administration. Yet tne isvilfe has been in the internal revenue laws regulating the whisky traffic, made; by the recent vote, over-would-be holy radical holds up hishauds service. He was a splendid looking man, neces-ar- y in horror Ht a single case of wrong doing easv and dignified, and was verv jwj.u-- , whelmingly lepealing prohibition. The 31. SALINGER, on the part of a democrat and tries to lar." He served well in every capacity to result will be watched with inteiest, as Main St., people believe that never which lie was called and a grateful con- - the legislators will work in tlie light of make ignorant since the world began was there such stituency will award him the highci-- t experience and not on theory Two men were killed and :.' .iim-corruption m has been permitted at meed of praise. Collkctoh GooitLoi: has addressed let in an accident on the l'ennsy'.vaniaruad, for political capital, Frankfort. It is all Pa. "A" pro mix nattoiinev" had himself ters to all his democratic storekeepers re- - near but it will not bo taken at p. r by sensi are tVlf. State's interviewed by a Times reporter to say questing mem to resign, utu n wie V.l Tllnlr Tnto w.v.w ...w Well, a convict, escaped from a .x. Gtnlo L1U .,.,1.. fJMUI'iVi that J ndge Boyd did not decide tliat a sensible tltey win heo nun in naucs nrsi. railroad camp near Georgetown Wednen. mnnuv. na nnv wi.ik and let him duy and was punned and killed by i . l none, Tl... ucmuvi.uii; i irinn wlir liuil .......v.. .... nriininnnfni'lcn If lie wants to get rid of them, xnv .1. ...... . ..!.. . ....v. ....... fnrtrw..1 nil ,...... ... ..... man migiu nave take the bit in his mouth and discharge. guards. officials discovered his rascality and a on a newspaper report was incompetent dfrnopratic trovernor exnosed it and ask- - for jury service. He simply said that At anv rate everv man of them ought to Four nun in attempting to recover n fit legislaturo.to make a' newspaper repoits were often bacd on hold on till he does. watch that had fallen into a ed tlie democratic Lincoln. Neb., were overcome by the full and searching investigation, which' vague rumors, more often still they NEWS CONDENSED. foul cases and died. was done. The books have been exam- -' were the statements of parties who were Collector Goodloe has appointed two At .;.,llalin. Tenn., 11. S. Dunn, has ined and the result made public, so the interested in the case, and, frequently, Union Telegraph Co. rpnntiliran nnnenl for a chance to look thev were designedly false. He stated colored storekeepers. ..,..,! ti1L. ,. i "ithem falls exceedingly flat. They are that. newspapers were compelled to rely Kobert Cooper lias been appointed for go0tCOu damages for Having transmit-noat -- At1(.(, newimper dispatclies suiting Mint jn good shape and with Gov. Buck-- , upon information furnished by other postmaster at Lime Creek, Pulaski. Tlie Monon now used the Kentucky ,a, WBS A ner's admirable selection for treasurer, persons for their accounts of criminal ' . ,uan ,mu.d Gaston took a pecu the office is in tin top condition. Hisse-- 1 transaction; that thev were liable to be & Indiana bridge at J.ouisvine instead oi O. &M. 8 ijar wnv to shuttle oil' his coil. Ho lection has been endorsed hv the democ- - imposed on, and in view of the uncer-- i the ut'llr-wto- n, Ala , Lightning tore tlie shoes on" an Indi- wnj-t.,- j Steph-- j tainty which must necessarily always at racv of the entire State and Judge ti0 n ana man, but he was so tight it did not umj ni,ajns,t tiiMsaw, which cut him m to succeed tach to the correctness of newspaper en G. Sharp is our nominee ' t(V0 Jn un i,utant. as treasurer. Taking tlie office ports, lie considered that a man of suili-a- t hurt him much. ,... . wo t0 one vote dancing has Jones Fisk has been appointed post-the time it was in a most confused cient good judgment and intelligence to ' bringing serve as a juror ought to possess alsoam- - master at Orlando, Bockcastle, Vice T. F. . prohibited at the ceremonies at condition, he has succeeded in order out of chaos and demonstrated pie powers of discrimination to prevent Chestnut resigned tending the opening of the new Georgia A soda water fountain generator ex Capitol. Another evidence of the Pharthat he is the right man for the place. It his mind being biased or prejudiced by j T ploded at Bowling Green, O., killing Le isaical tendency of the age. is the duty of the democracy as it should an opinion having no better foundation be its nlfiiRiirn to elect such n man to of- - than a report in a newspaper. Wecheei- - on Chapel instantly. people of Khwibethtown.Tenn , The r erdict A stock company is being formed to . iiiitmivil t a rice and while we believe there is hardlv fully give place to this statement, espec- ' . 1. ..: .1 t Ml .. I .1... .1,. ....... ut.oriir ...nWlnunt linti.l lit lliitli Itrilliro . r,.. a doubt of his election, we would call ially since we published the one printed uuim u iii.iin.iv..... jor a nnn wuo Kf(i uie uc"i.' ....... DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, the attention of tlte bovs in the trenches bv the London Echo, and further to for a summer resort in coM blood that it was with difficulty FANCY ARTICLES, &0. An Indiana woman has made a quilt i... ,.t nrntiTted from mob violence. fact that many a battle has been show the judge that we are always dis- to the Mrs. liar-nf tiOV. LoWTV. of Phyiieim pfticrij.t.ci.i inrarauly a,, lIMTO nieces-- of whu-....unr Such orators as posed to tote fair with him or anybody with lost by compoi'n1rd rison furnished several. Breckinridge, McKenrie, Durham, Mc-- j else in our columns Mississippi, was named by the DemoT The prospective railroad trust coin- - crats in convention at Jackson Tuesday. Pkhifv TUanlrlmrn ltiif'Unpr. TTnnlin nnd The prohibitionists declared in their bines :io railroads, with 100,000 miles otbeni , 'are stirring the people up, butj HxGov. Mone, who has already served, .. , , ... resolutions lor minority rule yet we nf Pn.1(i HI11i sinoo.ooo.OOO. vi two terms as chief executive, is thenom- THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, ' K'rn t,mt 15r0- Montgomery, their can- .lpnih Rtrn-.r- lo John Fitzpatrick, referee of the to CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. didate, does not subscribe to that decla :., fight, has notified the stake -- Harry Davis body, riddle withbry Ever lioucht to ihit market l'ricee lower Ihjri reduce the democratic majority, in order In round numbers the prohibi- holder to pay over the money to Sullito make themselves more solid for gov ration. was ratified by a lets, was found hanging from a tree at the Ioe,t. Watchei, Clocki nd Jewelry He. majority of van. tory law paired on hrrinotkr and warrantcil. ernment nie. but if the democracy will Hobinson, Tex. rxm his breast was a 200, 1,3.)0 voting for and l.loO it. Humbolt county, New, contains 4 piece of paper stating that he wasextcu- doitsdutv, they will reckon without There are fully 1,000 persons against did who square miles, and is larger Mian Deltheir host. Lets retire Gen. ...i... to not vote at all, more than half that ted by 50 men for repeated attempts to mini aware, IMiode Island and Maryland comthe rear and go in the fight not merely I,.. frt pmiDinD oof ieffipfnrif ir tlmmDiili'Aii outrage women. bined. major 't to win, but to regain our The child of an unknown Italian fell rest having attained tueir maJohn Stevens, at Strawberry Plains, into the river from a steamer at Padu-caity of 40,000 to 00,000. Democrataof Lin- and the jority since. Tlib thousand, with those Tenn., was fired at tlnough an open wincoln, with two such nature's noblemen as nnd Henry Shelton, the colored Dealer In who voted against the law makes dow as he sat with his family nnd inJudge Sharp and Hichard C. Warren, fireman, sprang into the water to people, and yet the political parson says stantly killed. vou will not, you cannot falter m your it. Both man and child went down toMint should he be elected, he would rec- At Baltimore, Ellen Gross shot and gether and were drowned. ! duty. ognize no petition for a resubmission of killed James K. Coates, who threatened There is n gigantic scheme on the . Fhancis Muiii'iiv, the great temper-- tie luW t.XCt.pt from those wj10 vote(l to kill her for interfering while he was STANFORD, KY. tapis to organize all the labor unions unance orator, was interviewed in New for 5t i other words the l,.To0 shall abusing his wife. der one heai ml Mr. Powderly. of theYork the other day about the recent de- - nile the 3,500 voters of this county at Tlie various parts of the construc of Labor. Arthur, of the locouioteat ot prohibition in I'ennsyivania ami th ir own rCi, .m nn(J tl 8,ian be n0 tion of n magnificent union depot, corner Knights Assoi tctl other leaders are now. other fctates. ile said no was very glad appeal from it. Can a democrat, with of lOihnnd Broad wav. Louisville, bv the tive engineer", and deliberating upon the question at Chiof it. "The defeat of prohibition is a gpnrk of ovo for ,,!h party aml it, (lec. L & y have hcm uU cago. good victory for temperance. 1'rohibi- - laration of majority rule, voto for such a A steamship brings news from At a recent Paris reception the move- Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is means rhariseeiem, fraud nnd hy set as those who na that a flood in the northwest of together, for a full and complete. We call special attention to our pocrasy. It is an attempt to bring' nre Iuonjjeving under the name of the Kwantung drowned 0,000 nnd rendered ment of the guests threw Whitelaw P.eid, Amelia Hives moment, church and State together again and will prohibition paity? 10,000 people homeless. Piin.wlW IlnHiilo Kill and Iielva Ann ... no inniTiTUina innr TinvAv ouuvw. " ....... v,v oiininiii . , A young .Michigan lanner poisoned """, C,iANr.i.Kr..Cont,nues to keep t would be hard to group ,,, sUtutory laws do not stop the sale o The best Casket of the kind ever invented. 1Il0ther and .hter. bo that hoi ,our vo been more " Auitnc.uis Honor,, and rem nds the preachers that dent of lis fresh in the . i ..... , .. .1 , f.i... mi in amii iiiu lUIKIll oecouiu iiib uwiiui . Embalming under the most approved method when desired. i.UKiu uiiuut. t nnnnla onnnnt lui mm u mnni liv unfa nf lIlilWiH of tno i ionli. AllsWPrinc nn- in. j '""i"" - "" "" n)irry tne girl oi ins cuoice. Dr. Hourigan, who was recently the legislature. The sale of wliisky, as tsrviow with Joe Ulackburn published, wnuti.,.rI1 J. 0. McOlary, Salesmen and Embalmer. ates have contributed Bi.nti.iif..il tn lif imnrisonment for the it cannot bo prevented, should be re- - by a Louisville paper, he says: since the war $37,000,000 for the uduca-- ; ninr(it.r of his brother-in-lain Marion, "The traffic should bo in the burn wisely refrains from describing his tion of the negro. Bloody shirt orators' ,,., ... Uirdhtown. where ho was hands of good men," says he, "though acts, except that he says he discharged a nevt-- made mention of this fact. Kx. confined for .safe keeping, and is st.ll at that may sound paradoxical. High li- - duty and was forced to punish insolence. claims that the inn... .Ir... HiiHM'U. charL'ed with grand The cense nnd restrictive measures will pro- - J. 0. S. Blackburn complaining of, refusal of John L. Sullivun to fight Peter ,nrm,.. iu fcl.n,.,i .., the cause of temperance, nnd the lencol A clown in n circus rinding1 Jackson because the latter is colored is a ,u...f. , ... fault because of a j'oke! It is probable clear violation of the civil rights law. people are wise enough to see it." TO-DP- , that while anticipating and fearing no v:..l. W'.it.lmin,. llili.v fclint nnil ..... j .HKiik The Lebanon Standard presents to the actual assault, I ought to' We realized killed Detective Pelot, at Atlanta, just nnim nf (4f " T. mat tne slightest vartti rf twit it mLif ".im ," , f.ineri,i.(i " , produce 'v"'"1"" ""'utl till touch , migm ,...... ,. Biter He lintl IrOlIl the hOUSe A lh AHmlnU.ralnrof Hen Ricliardlun. deed . . .V Wm.ir. U'nntt na n u....w. n In rendcncf, 4 mile iv.m. contamination, lnasinucn as aeniucxy he had had an assignation with .Mrs IM. I will cxpoeti-l- e t hi late Orchard jilkt.cn ' Eat of Stanford .n the Crab Joo Blackburn and takes occasion lo iin,i nri.dn.iti.,1 n n metliod of warfnn. pay liim ft very high compliment, adding tll0 communication of contagious disease, ley in. Z7U1, 1889, The reunion of the survivors of however, that "he is not a canumato in xotuing of the sort, however, has as yet command, who suffered peni- All or the pertonal property of the deceased, luch theordinary sense of that much abused broken out on inc." If Blackburn was Morgan's Hone, Carpenter' 'lool, confinement, to bo held at Win- ns I'nrnliurc. bfciii at 9Ji o'clock Ac bale to term, and will uot become one; but ho magnanimous enough not to thrash the tentiary over that ami Tcrmicaih fortumi under Jio; 1, promises to be largely would appreciate his election as the little scoundrel, when he made no resis- chester, August montln'time. J. S. OWSI.KY, Jr., attended. Adiiiinmraur crowning honor of an honorable life." ho certainly owes it to himself nnd tance, Mary Brady has been convicted at his SUite to do so now. The latter insinJersey City, N. J., for being a common Fkom a supplement sent out by the uation ought to bo wiped out with his scold, the penalty for which is fine nnd FXXTE Frankfort Capital containing' tho Con- blood. imprisonment, not exceeding two years. stitution of Kentucky and the official I am Klad to to announce to my patrons and the Mint In the long list of places arranged for It used to bo ducking. vote adopting the same, we observe public tliat I have secured a ccommodmut studio N. II. Gentry, of Sedalia, Mo., sold from Mrs. Kubu Williams, on Main street, Stancounty 'voted OSo for to !US distinguished speakers to orate the counLincoln and will begin to teach Sept. 3d, iBSo, u class-iagainst adoption. The majority in tho ty of Lincoln is conspicuous for its ab- to Andrew Smith, of Sac Francisco, ford, fine Arts, according to the principles of the the Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Schools Furniture State for adoption was &l,:tol. John L. sence. The State Central Committee Cal., a Berkshire pig, the finest In the Fine Artmy methodo(ofPans, France.beingconfidently and Undertaker's Goods. My teaching us both clas. present prices will be as low asFauch goods represented Lincoln county in has always been of the opinion that she State, for $750. The pig was expressed sical and correct. Portraiture a specialty. Fancy Ballinger and German Letter. can be bought in the cities. I'cn Drawing, Give me a trial and you will be conthe convention which was held tlie 11th can take care of' herself and she genei-all- at a cost of 105, making the total cost to Inc free to my regular pupils. J5 vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. MISS MARY V. CARPENTER. "do." Smith $855. of June, 1850. Sew-Weekly Interior Journal sui-sea- AT- pro)-failur- o CLEARANCE still continue SALE I J I . THE LOUISVILLE STORED spell-binder- 's Offer Extraordinary Inducements buyers of Carpets, Matting, tin-tren- as Hats, Trunks, sor-vic- e We must reduce our stock For the summer. Many ' neck-breakin- g taste and cash have made of favorable investments, for the present future. invite visit our store, as our stock in Every Department 1 j THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Stanford. Manager. j -r - over-temnte- d i 1.. ces-p- ool - v j ... -' ' We-te- rn ... Wall Paper, Wall Paper, Wall Paper, w imist. saw-mi- ll M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S. ,oXo ' 1 ' Mo UUO-GIS- PBNNYo & JEWELER, ten-yea- i .... ' ' ..r. I , 1 on .: old-tim- , - 1 i '. 15,-85- e .. .. ..... h IB O re-c- ue K WEAHEN, Goods Furniture ana Undertakers' i t A TlicaUirjjest, Cheapest nnd Ilest Stock of Wall Paper, Border, Ceiling Decorations and Window Shades Chi-tio- n one-sided- , one-idea- d .... . -- ' T i: - -- j- - ..... rat .... .. htdesthttctibljs burial casket, FUMITURE STORE! MOTff'MA; "Black-stricte- d. .,.,, r I Globe-Democ- inso-inot- o -- .. SEW " ... . . , ..w.,. r ...,. . Administrator's Sale MA'OIK . ' ' I Saturday, July Ilo, T AET SCHOOL 1 I! g y t 3 Semi-Week- ly w The Louisville Tiin s registerstUis terThe time is up and I need tho money due me and must have it., Plenu come rible hope: "Miss Kate Bogle announces herself a candidate to till out the unIn at oncu and settle. II. C. ltuplev. " I'iiieuvi.no KiiTTi.r ami fruit jars of expired term of her father ns school suFALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. 2, 1880. The Crab Orchard Springs Co., with perintendent of Lincoln county. If any Stanford, Ky., July H. 1?0 all kinds at Thomas Metcalfe. its usual liberality to Lincoln county peo31. IIL'ISIIAKD, A. 31., nan is so uugallant as to take the stump Skk our pine and iedar sldnles before ple, will make a special low rato to those ner, itie limes hopes tlint un- ing.unst MnnoRer covering vour building. Sine A Menu-fe- who stay a week or more. ot Trained Tea hers Excnlent lioariline Depattnem Ditciplme Strict Inttructton Thorpe1!!! j tamed Cicero of the mountains, Fontaine rtri inlotmation'ivcnon appll ation Fox Ilobbitt, may camp on his trail and A st sniEit of Lincoln county people MEANS BUSINESS. 1'i.k i: call andHcttleyouracconnts, as will embrace the unparalleled rate oiler-e- d talk him 31 C I Com k and settle vour arcoutit. A. It. tliev lutveK'en due sime July 1st. by the K. C. next Tuesday ami visit Accm'Th. Mr. Iteeso Ward lias acPenny. need the money . Kate Dudderar. KENTUCKY. the. world's wonder, Niagara Falls. Ten cepted the republican nominanion for Watciieh and jowolry rejiaiied and is the, price froih doll.us the round-triNext Session Opons Sopt. Ilth, 1889. the legislature ami he says he is going warranted. A. It. Penny. Tub "Merrie Kid Club" met with Mim THREE COLLECES THIRTEEN DEPARTMENTS OF STUDY- - CLASSICAL, SCIENTIFIC TiiKliext plaeu to buy drtip, pntunt Cteorgie Wniy, at 1'ink Cottage, last any station on the mad nnd is almost as to make the race like Harper's horses AND COMMERCIAL COURSES. medicineonnd toilet artielisia at A. It. nitfht and of course bad a delightful cheap as staying at home. "from eend to eend." Asked as to Ids Htallhv Location in the heart cf the Blue Ural rcLinn i,oc, feet atrve it a level Refined and lViinyV. community s,U((.ntf ,, hone in the boat familie and Memorial Hall Kxprntes modMil IX D. Kennedy, who has made n position on tho resubmission qiustion erate Sifo io J40, Atlend.in e 313, frcm jt tatM and Territotitt. For full informalluv your school hookn, ink, tabletc. time. tion and Caulne apply to he said, "It is exactly like Dick L. H. BLANTON, D. D., Chancollor. school Miiilies of all paper, jiencils and go without capital assessor, announces his candidalEis fashionable now to kinds from A. It. l''nny. but the old man will have, to do in this isue. 1'nder beard ofuiy kind. The younger dudes cy for more than make assertions if he succeeds the present law thoolllce is quite a PERSONAL POINTS. in Stanford can follow the style without one, but Mr. K. has shown that he in corralling the colored vote. ill of typhoid costing them even so much as a shave. Waiiiik.n Hot icr.n h cty . . is fully master of the situation. An en. Aitek three ringings of the fever. As we learn that Pier. Heese Ward is dorsement is tlierefoie in order. bell and considerable hustling Mitt. Axmc J on. in nt Crab Orcbani a poor stumper, we cheerfully oiler him Tin: Itowland men who, it was claimed, around among tho "larger guns" a crowd Springs. the use of these columns to tell the peowere made to dance by the fellow King of some stt or 10 was secured to listen to Mil. Sim 11 K km, of Somerset, U vieltiug ple bis position on the questions of the and his brothers, deny that they did the Hon. John D. White Wednsd.iv niL'ht. his (dd friend" here. hour. They were attacked lie represented the republican party in ' terpsichoreiiu act. Ht.snv Uaiiiiim. is taking a week's vas that Postmas- them, but were not forced to dance general, but Mr. Colson, for State Treas Liberty Tin: cation in Louisville. ter A. T. Itoyalty, nfter a conweutive or do anything they did not want to do. urer in particular, and gave bis audience Miih. .1. W. Walkkk, uf MoKluuey, i service of ;'S years, has resigned and They simply reasoned the matter and that gentleman's biography from his with Mrs S. M. Owei.s. first sleep in the cradle to the present Mn. J. Cakvei: Jos'it-- , of Khiinib City, Mr. It. T. Price is recoiiimendvd for the presented trouble. time. He was highly eulogistic of him position. lifs joined bin wife here. ItoiiHKH. -- Four iminters on tho L. A and referred to him as a man any State Mm. (ikomh: ItiMiKi:, of I'ineville. is WBBKnfflmffllL IIa.nii Mashed. Tony bbawley had X., who are brightening up the Crab should be proud of and who would fill the guest of Mi Mary Jom-his riuht hand fearfully mashett w bile Orchard depot, weie chloroformed and nnyolllct! with credit alike to himself T JNfcfteyriti'ilJPVj JKj.iUk' Mum. L. A. Faiiixh ii visiting her sister, coupling cars at Corbin Tuesday morn- robbed of $13 at the Vanderpool House and count. y. He scored it into Dick L. 11. Hiisiiig, at Somerset. Mrs. ing. All the lingers were so badly man- there Monday night. Two suspicious Tate and the democratic party and asMk. f w. My Elf attended the High tled n to necessitate the amputation of looking men, who have since disappear- serted that Auditor Hewitt was as deep llridge tump uicctlnn Wednei-day- . A bottle in the mire as Tate was in the mud for ed are suspected of the crime. them. Mus. Mwtv IAros, of nreen"burg, witli a few drops of chloroform left in it the Mate's loss by his defalcation. The has been vhitini: Minn Muttiu Cox. TiiKlIrm of Mctcall A- I O'ter having was found back of the depot. The thieves absence of any referance to the local raMiss M ttiu .1lnki.. of Horse Cjiiw, been dissolved, we are very anxious to only took the money and three handker- ces Mas rather a surprise and somewhat has !een visitinir Miss Mary Hiittii. settle the tlrm business and all parties chiefs. of a disappointment to those republiVACIL1V J C Gordon, It S , Metaphjsics and Natural Science; J. W Talor. A. M , I'h. D Mim Mattiu ItiK m.sri'11 is spending a knowing themselves indebted to lis will cans who wished and expected to hear Greek ndl.atm Lanjuasej and Literature, Amo Stout, A , Mathematics ami Astronomy; Mus Tin: Mt. Olivet, Sugar drove and L few weeks at Crab O'rchnrd Sprim. call and settle at once. Mi tcalf A Hardin, EnulUh Literature and Civil lli.torv, Mitt LUzie Hardin. French: Mr. Kaphael pleaiu Mr. White on tiiat subject. His speech German; Mm Mullle Itarman, Preparatory department j Miss Adah C. vion, Primary Dewill give a basket Mus. Alpha Stone, of Gilberts Creek, Foster. could not be considered an eiTort worthy partment; Kapha) Koettcr, Muical fiirector, Instrumental and Vocal Music and Violin; Mrs. Kcctier Aksntntm Music, Miss Mary C. Webb, Art nnd Art Criticism picnic at Migar Grove August Ski. There is visiting her son, Mr. . T. Mow. of the speaker's reputation, nor was it GAKRAKI) COLLEGKwill be opened apaln September lOth, with a full faculty of superior A iiKiNKiis mini, some 10 years old, will be speeches, recitations nnd esMiss ltnoin I.rNsntunfleft jesterdnj leathers, and all the advantage) lound in the test Colleges will lie offered in Music, Art, Mathenut-- 1 s, Science, English, Gieek, Lann, French exhibiting money to the amount of near- says by the scholars and speeches by particularly well received. The colonel Viohuand instrumeutal music will be under the for Missouri to fcjM'inl several iimnths. of PRO! KOLSTt the best ly Sl'.OOO stayed mound itowland inlay Messrs. Iiichard C. Warren, J. o. Mont- told us that the announcement of his inllerlin and Hamburg and II, an emirtnt sptciatist, who studiedas fie ears undir Eurcne andmatters has since Keen eminently successful teacher both in Mr. MitsTiiOMxs Miti vuris Amer s peaking was a surprise to him, but Ihe tnarvelnus growth ard sncLess of of this College the pat year is unparalleled in the histo- ica claimed h" was a gomery, 0. Hansford, J. A. Chap-peland Mrs. John Metcis". at Nichoiiowlli'. or two this we.ek. lie tv ni soumern v.oueges, Iltforcdev.id nj to send elsewntre sendfer catalogue nnd further jnforma- always loaded for the democracy ticn. J U UOKDON, H S , F. Nile- -. Prof. Hire, It. Lee M I j. Co 1.1.1 ss (.i.... ill v is iitiug her stock buyer, but the general uiipri-- x Principals, J W TAYLOK, I'h. D and ready to jump with both feet upon 4' ion is that he w.i" a "stiotter" fo the F. F. lloi.bitt, Itev. J. M. Cook. A brother, Mr. N. 15. Hiuiiuito, at Ihoib it. His powder seems to have been a He left unharmed. railroad company. A C SINE. cordial invitation to everybody is ex- littie dump, howeu-r-, head. j jf MEXEFEE. as lie went off llKNPiuc-- r M'slmam, late of thi tended. rinii slowly and in a rather hcMtating manmen in town at least TiiKiin are ner. ty, is: a candiilate fur county Attorney of who believe implicitly in lien. ireely's light forthelegifela Tm: Morion. weather, Col. T. tun is awakening many ability to forecast the dem It, II. Uiio.vAfoii, of Crab Orchard, .VEW ADVKKTlsEMKNT. W. Miller and W. F. Ramsey. The one ociats to the Importance of doing their tells ns that his youniri'st child is very ill would not start to cut his meadow and duty, ami many wbo nave been counted with flux. uncover his brick kiln, Tues- for Montgomery have now come out E. I). KENNEDY ' M.W. II. A. V. ss has bien conrtnccl the other to Etc., day until the delayed dispatch tame, for Hick Warren. One good i Candidate for Assessor 'f nuoln County, to his room for several days with flux, A3NTD F "fair and warmer." old democrat, who doesn't as a usual subject to the actum of the Dtmotr.K y. but is iiuproing. Mouldings, Brackets and Scroll Work, elcc- I'n xie will be given in the wood-- tiling take any further hand in an Mil S. L, Pow eiis, of Columbus, 0., is MISS BOGLE here seeing after his stores at this place landof.Mr. Clark IteynoliN,. it Waynes-- , tion except to always vote the straight Is a Candidate to fill out her father term as Thursday, July 25th, to which ev democratic ticket, said Wednesday that School Cciumistiuncr, and reipectfully s aiks the burg, and IluMonvilli. Cedar and Locust Posts. I'eiikim writes that her erylKhly is invited. There w ill be music he would hrniK in seven votes along support ufthe voters nf I.imoln county We will carry a lull stock of every thing found in a Mia Anna Lumber Yard. A C SINE, Itukineis Manager. school at Pleasant Point has SO scholars and dancing, together with speeches by with his for Warren on the morning of Hon. It. C. Warren and the other legis- the election. The example is worthy of and is still increasing. has returned lative candidates. The clay previous, emulation. Let every democrat bring as Mis llcrrn: Paso.ns from Hinton, when she was nt the head 24th, Mr. Wniren will speak at Terry's many us he can to the polls and roll up New our candidate's majority to the number Spring. of a nourishing school. Containing six good rooms, situated on Main si , it ouht to be. Miss Dkiiiu lUn.iiM .v and brother, opposite Stanford female College Apply to A nine composed of the young men of MRS HUGH KLII. 43 Will, were attendants at the party given Stanford, not included in the Ixtciiiok W. F. MiClmiy. As will be seen by by the Mls-c- s ltaughtnau. JorrtNAi nine, will play that team at tiis letter in another column, Mr. W. F. CRESS & 3IARET, Miss Ioi lie Mc ItoiiEiiTs lost an auto their grounds near the trestle this after- McClary has withdrawn from the race grajih album which she would thauk the noon at 'J o'clock. The game promises for school commissioner to give Miss REAL ESTATE AGENTS tinder very much to return. to be an interesting one and the admis- Kate Ilogle a clear track, so far as he is MissKiI.irriK lluiuiiT and Bessie Mt. Vernon, Ky. We believe that this chivalsion fee is only 25 cents, so don't fail to concerned. By have returned from a pleasant see it. The proceeds v. ill go towards rous act will redound to Mr. McClary's visit to friends at Ijiucaster. 1 imbcr Lands and r'arm. for sa'e Cor Coal and benefit and that the democracy, appreci- retpomlence buying gloves and a mask for the 1. Js. solicited. 44 Misses Kose anii Hiie ltKiMiiie-arating liis action, will nominate him by a visit to Harrodshurg. They back from Tin: City Council is getting clown to an overwhelming vote for the term Eleventh Annual Exhibition took in the camp meetingandSam Jones. business about the At its which begins September, 1S!H). On Mil Wuiint Atkiv. of was ordered that sealed more than one occasion this gentleman last meeting it passed nji to Crab Orcliurd Springs proposals be ndveitised for to cIomj Aug. has acted most magnanimously ant! for His sweetheart went up the 20. for the exclusive franchise for 25 the good of his party, and we have conday tsofore. . proposition lor chuiuueiunj; fidence that he will yet reap the reward Years. Col. Joe Aniikkson mid Mrs. Kather-ia- and operating a system of electric lights for it. There is no truer democrat ASSOCIATION, Akcr, of Lexington, Mrs. Davids will also be entertained. The works than Frank McClary and the nnil Mrs. Carrier, of Louisville, with lie operated either by the direct pres- party owes him a debt of gratitude that Commencing their families, passed up to Dripping sure or reservoir system and it is esti- we are confident will be paid witli inter Springs yesterday to spend the summer. mated that neither will cot over $25,000 est. TuesdSrji Au. Sr and Continuing 4 Says, There is a large crowd there now. to Hipplva citv of 15.000 inhabitants.! A note from Miss KtniLu Sautley to a For further information addict V. II. It ih a remarkable fact that not a reprehenUtive or other man was nt friend tells of the safe anival of her and Stanford. city clerk, the republican convention from the Miss Helen at their home in Laramie Tin: Cumberland Valley bind Compa- - Cr.ib Orclmrtl precinct, although it was City, Wyoming, after n delay of two tint t.t.se Ward, of tiiat pri- dajHcnioutc. They found the family ny held it annual election for directors Kivcn well ami the Judge oh" holding court at Wt'ilnesilav when the following weTe cinct. was to be nominated. The fact is clioen: Vincent Iloreing, Hobcrt Boyd the tieonlii there knew Ward too welli Buffalo. to want him as the nominee for an otlice W. and. I. A. Craft, London; It. II. saysA Itowi on correspond1-nand J. W. Fox, iloMon, J. II. Mc in which the makingof laws is the solo I). Iligtrs has resigned the position as .1. S. business. They knew that ho is as baggage-maste- r on the K. C. to accept a Creary, Richmond; V. U Welch, Similes the shortest, :: hours quickest between Walton, Stanford. little qualified for it as he could possiwill locker and W. government position. The baggage once and bly be and that ids record on prohibi- K cry day, and the promise of the most Smcetsful not be carried by stations now, ns Mr. This board organised at Inhibition ever held Judge Uoreing piefident, Hon. tion was such as made his availability New OrEph Pennington has been appointed in Jainen II. McCreary vice president and out of tho question. Mr. Ward isa good Excetlent Track Splendid Grand his stead and is strictly business. Mrpri l HlSfc mislliMiB Mil Sim M. Wiliiiti:, of Ixmisville, is J. S. locker secretary and treasurer. and clever old soul, but he is entirely Stand. Entire Trains Run Through Without Change. days' letuin-in- g The report of a committee showed that out of his element now. The best memwith his friends hen u f W J LYLE. ITctidcnt Harlan bers of his own party recognize this and THROUGH CAR SERVICE. fioni Monticello, where he took his the company has in Hell and 46 JNO M MEYER, Secretary -TJjis is counties otne :'.0,000 acres of coal and know that if by any chance he is electwife to spend the heated term. South. Hound Tram No.t, Tullman Hcudoir Buffet Sleeping Cars, Cincinnati to New Orleans his first visit at his old home since ho timber lands, besides option on several ed ho would prove worse than a knot on Attentats to Articles cf Incorpcrat'on Chattsnoii4 to Shroeport Ai.ienduieiits to the a log in a body of statesmen. more. Truin No. 5, Pullman Itoudoir Buffet Sleeping took on paternal honors and the boys thousand Cars Cincinnati to New Orleans and Cincinnati in nnd girls look on him with becoming charter were adopted which appear to Jacksonville and Knoxille. Sleepers St. Louis n Mr. W. 11. Burke, late toNcu Orleans via M. O, our advertising columns. veneration. merchant of Danville and a son of Dr. Cumberland Valley Land Co. Tin: meeting of tho Cumberland ValCondensed Schedule in Effect March 31, 18 The party given Tuesday eening by Burke, tho Iloyle county man who was m.r.M.1.'.'..nm ley Land Co. drew tho following gentle Misses Nancy and Kitty lUughman nt yjuimued by Die undersigned shareholders of the Cumber Charley Hen- - hud Valley Land Company amend the said Com. ' men hero Wednesday: Judge Itoreing, tbeir handsome residence on Somerset dersnn, and .Miss Irene Pillion, the very tuny's Articles of Incorporation, heretofore filed READ XJ3?. RKiVD DOWN""TRAINS NORTlfT for record August 1, 18s;, in the cilice of the clerl It. Itamsuy, London, 1KA1N& SOU1H A. Craft and J. avenue was an occasion which will lin- pretty and estimable daughter of Mr. F. of the Lincoln County Court, hiving thtrctutcrc "NTT" No 4 No. 1. No. 1. Jo75. No. 4. No. 6. 0. 3' STATIONS. J. S. Hingh.im, Pineville, Samuel Clay, ger many a day in the minds of tho W. Dillion, of Ciab Orcliurd, took the ben duly arltnou leiTjwl, as follows Daily Lim. Daily Daily Fast Daily f Dally. 'Ihe first and third sections of iiid .trucks Ex. Sun. Dally. Ex. Lim, Daily. Lim. Tinsley, Daily. Lim. Ex. Sun, Jr., Lexington, Judge J. II. tirst place the express Wednesday night on matrimony are so amended as to include within the scope of young people. In tho .Cincinnati,. .A'rv 6 11 a in 403pm Scopmi75Jam .. L7v Wilhamttown., .L've S 40 a m 64J pm 1015 a in 330pm the Coinujiiy'scperjtions.in addition to the conn James W. and John W. Fox, weather was propitious ami nature seema 30 a m mj 13 a m accompanied by Misses Mary and ties of HarUin and Ikll, the couiitien of Knox, 9 5.1 m S 47 p m 9 30 p m m bent, Georgetown. 4 10 a m Boston, Hon. John D. White, Louisville, ed to have combined with the two ele- 7 as a m 11380 m Clay, I'erry, Letcher, Powell, and Whitley, Laurel, Lee, Leslie, Knott, MinAi , 1059 a m 7 01 p m 10 19 p m .Lexington.., Ora Wilniore, of Nicholasville, 3 48am 4 15 Pm 7 00 a m ii 10 p in Wolfe, llrrathilt, 11 jojim 7 35 pm lois piniioajam nnd Jcfeso Howiud, Harlan RTF Arr .Lou gant young ladies to make the entertain- - ywir. C. C. Carson and It. L. White, of Johnson, Martin, Morgan, Mencfre. llatli, Rowan, ,..Le. Arri. UurKin hlllnti, .awrincc, lloyd, Cnrtcr, Hemming, Lew inent the most brilliant of the several txH place. There objective point was is, (reen,Ousley, Jnckson, Hoyd, Wayne. Cnm- llurgin,,,. .Arr 155 a m 3 lop m 5 50 am 10 50 p m am Lve 8 4 pm.iiMa mil 17 una Lin- U3J Pra 8 co pm 1'li.e, ruiasKi, Kocscaslle, a 3 a mi Danwlle. . iiivcn tliis season. Somo 10 couples had somo town fii Tennessee on tho Knox uerlanu, which said addiiioiial counties it shall le 1150 pm la 16 a m 'CITY AND VICMITY. 530 a m 1031 p m coln, in 1 28 a mi a 53 .1 in Junction City, 45 m 50 a mj tspm busiJioim 10 10 apm transact been invited and save one? or two, who villo Division, but at tins writing wo lawfulof for the said Compiny to lands, theitsmining 300pm 9 10 pm'ia 03 a Somerset .. 00 pm 105am1 Djpni 8 30 m j selling freezers at Tlios. ness C001.EHS nnd .. .Oakdale . y il pm 11 as a in . 5 as am 4 15 a m home, all were present. have not heard from them. Miss Dil and salepurchasing and mimifactttru of lumber. 650pm 4 35 am were detained at of coals and the ' 8 35 am iOD m Ar'v.. Chattanooga. .L've 0 jo pm 7 55a m 4 06a m 10 00 pm 11 Stctloii 4 Is so amended as timt the capital Metcnlf's. m t u rl, ittinnnmt .' t' highly accomplished young nock of said Company, instead of ono hundred and Assisted by tbeir biother, Mr." J. II. lion is 7 35 1 00a m 9 10 a m 4 47 a m 101pm1 9 49 p m Ar'v.. . ..Attalla. (1 IJaughman, the Misses Batighnian en- lady of tho brunette typo of beauty, fifl) thousand dollars, shall be one million dolTuk Danville Fair will begin Aug. 3 00 p m 3 00 p in 145 pm 1145 pm L've llirmingham one hundred dollars each, which lars, shares of Tuscaloosa I 02 u m 608 pm 30 m and last till the Mb. Secretary John M. tertained in their characteristically su- with black, sparkling eyes, remarkably said shares, shall bu issued to the stockholders by . L've locop m 11 as pm 4 45 a in Ar'v... .Meridian a m Ar v. New Orleans ..I. se 4 5m 3 35Pm and attractive perb manner, making each person enjoy vivacious nnd altogether a very lovely ctrtiflciites when Jjo has beinpild on each share Myer promises a pleasant 630am II 00 a m L've thtrcuf subkcribcd for, and the President and SecMeridian .Ar'v .....I 940pm 5 10 retary of said company are hereby authorised and entertainment to all who attend. See himself to the fullest extent. At tho and lovable petite piece of femininity, directed to issue the stock accordingly. 0 top m 9 10 am L've .. Jackson .....Ar'v L've....Vicksbutir. 4 co pin were served, while tho voting Kcntloinun who him iiiiim L've Monroe nil. proper hour refreshments Witness our hinds this i;th day of July, 18S9 4 35 pm 1005 a ra VINCKNT IHJHEING, merry young folks partook of won her has proved himself a good bus 8 lop ill Ar'v....Shreeport.. 600am I. S. HoCKEK. The Waddle Bros. Uaso Ball Club tele- which the all repaired ness man and capable of taking care of 11. Dovn, by J. A Chaft, graphed tho I.NTBiuoii Joun.vALs yester-da- y liberally. After luncheon No, a, Pullman Houdoir liuftet Sleeping Cars, New Oileans to Cincinnati Train J. A. Ckaft, till 1!0 happi- No. 1 and 2 either for that matter, oven . W. IIavue.v, Shreveportto Chattanooga. that they will an ivo Tuesday, 23d, to tho parlors and there Sleeping Cars New Orleans v. P. Walton. Train No 6, Pullmanlloudolr Buffethiiffet Sleeping Car Chaitanoogato Cincinnati. tho "fare- before ho has reached his majority. Wo ness reigned, but at that hour toCincinaii and Train No. 8, Pullman noudolr and J. S. Dinohau, 0 play two games, tho first thit . W, O. Wklch, ,0 Cincinnati, via W. A. and H. T.. other Wednesday morn- wells" began and by 2 o'clock the young congratulate him heartily and wish for y W. R. ItAMSBV, were on their way home, eulo- him and his bride a long enjoyment of JOHN C. GAULT, General Manager, CincInUHti D. G. EDWARDS, Gen'l Pass, and Tki. Ai loan W. Fox, Jr., ing. A special carof GO people will come people ,Obio. IAMBS W VOX, 48 gizing, very highly, the delightful affair the life they start so young together. with theui. InteriorJournal Cinnu mills at HInK'nrt ,( McKlft m m StanfordFemaleCollege CENTR0L UNIVERSITY,"1 -- J. h.cwalton, bus. President. e. m toib-ath.- " II ONI), p War-ren's- ," lt difll-cti- lt Garrard College, Lancaster, Kentucky. court-hou- e Pre-ssa- ... ' . WX&mm5&& . i-- -- vflfi'iilPvWPlrV'' mKm - i'o.i-pel- 's 15 11 Ko-est- er Minday-sehool- s Ha-(.li- direc-rtctic- n la-wa- VV". l, Ha-v- i, tn three-cornere- d hike-war- SINE & MENEFEE, Laths, Shingles, B3CI3MDS HOUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, d Is-- I GSASH, DOORS V 1 KATE FATE1TT WIRE AND SLAT FE1TCE, first-clas- s For Hezit or Sale. Handsome Cottage, m buying e water-work- s. Your SUMMER COATS And "Vests, Wed-nesila- Central Kentucky Fair u any-whe- re NEAR DANVILLE, ... Flannel Shirts and From Straw Hats, r, j ' j 0t - Whit-ridg- e Bruce & McRoberts, 1 1 Trotting: Xtaoes TIPPTil sSi Cincinnati and leans. 1 I ... d Kioi-KMEST- . Ulnus-Eye- - 1 11 . Court-Hous- e. 1 11 ice-crea- j 111 1 . . 11 1 ,m A 111 1 North-nound- 1 L". Jack-sonvd- l,v -- 1 2SS T2m''ZUr'mi ' ?? jfaiX&gs-''- " , n;-- fm r i'iL'i gm 1s !!! Mllnfc rr!"svt- -r 1 Ml III ! a , L III II . -- l. ..,, -- 1,1 '! 'il)i i" II M Mini SS1.SI II wlsuiM's.)lniwiiiiMijif' myiiyyiiiiiiniiiniwritl JFL Gov. Buckner. lvsryt geed and Sale Stable Two years ago when old Simon Boli at var Buckner was nut nt the head of the' Wheat is selling at Hopkinsville DENTIST. 0.3 to tl"j. State ticket we were told that lw was a; Office m Lancaster street, oppotite Published Every Tuesday and Friday D. N. l'rewitt bought of V. S. Hoar-le- y "decayed sentiment," "a superannuated .Stanford, K). AT !5 '22 stock ewes nt cts. nonentity" and "a political back numAlio .Smith sold to T. E. Wood 3 ber." He took to the saddle, outrode $'3 PKK YISA.n,lX ADVAKCE Rails, Shingles and Shoes For Sal,, hogs at H cts. "When not to paid $2.60 will be charjred.Tsi head of and outspoke all the stalwart young fel- Samuel Wells eold to John Buclian-a- n lows on the ticket with him, poured hot Rails actl 10,000 Poplar Ten Thousand Shingles, W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. a pair of aged mules for $205. I has shot into the enemy fore and aft, and on hand Men's, Women's Misses' and K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. LONDON, Ki Children's Shoes, mad hs Alter, r'oril & Co. Tom stone sold to I). X. l'rewitt i saved the day, despite the failure ofi and Miimlcllc, winch I will sell nt the orj lowest Good turnouts and s vldle horses always lor hire cattle at 3 cts. Train leaves Howlaad at oo a m , returning head of I hue bought them and the) mutt he on rcatonatle terms London U the mist consen-len- t prices to do his duty. He sat up Gen. Apathy sold My stock Is complete and those who want point on the railriad to reaih placet in the John Land sold to u Marion county with a it 4 :jo p. m. d legislature day and bargains can get them t ratlin e. I mean husl-es- s. in the mountain si- - uon f the Mate 10 W C llUl.r.V, Tiirnersvllle. patty a combined gelding for $2110. iiitr,h scourged it to its duty and vetoed L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Johnson, of Boyle, bought of Fount its acts of negligence and downright SAIJE OR Mail train going North u Jtpra Young l head of fat cattle nt 3j cts. , South Jipm wroni;. He drove the money changers tto.nl Ilmisc ard Lit at ,Ma ul SuiuMe fur 1157pm Express train " Soulh Tribble, of Madison, bought of J. II. from the temple, bioke up pinion bru-- J tlKlir r leather t. 'tnl m hi.il-h.mi lot LONDON, KENTUCKY, " North 7am I Apply t. L .Sl'I'.l'UKNhON combined mare for kerage and made the State a model gov- -' Local Freight North 630am Jones n 4i Masd, Ky South. CAPT. FRANK B.JILEY, PROPRIETOR 5J5P $275. The latter train! also carry passengers. ernor up one side and down the other. IJailey Hill has bought in the last He put away the Senatorial crow n mid Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished. Firtl The above i calculated on itandtr J time. Solar This A n.irvr! nevert time it about 10 minutet fatter purity. class l''are and Reaionsble Privet. Day and night few days a bunch of mule colts at z'M to devoted himself unreservedly to the trelljthlnwder IVh 'e. triei arid M.in- - 1. mmtnl. V .ninfc. than the ordinr) kinds ,nj 1111 nut e sold in Trains ate met by Polite Porters ot this Popular A M F'eliitd hst i csxsd Milt. Cos far sile, all $00. good work to which the good people had lonipeimoii wit- - t'te multitude t low test, short House. f. llioroyhbrwi calse. iu d)s old, S. O. DAVIS, W. W. & 5. M. Sandidge bought of called him. The fiosts of two more weight, alum nr phosphntep .w Ier Sold only In huHii,- - hid ciUss nhin at hours of each ether can. KOAL HAMS' J POWDER CO., John.on, of Boyle, 25 head of A (;ol chasit t gsrt a gori cass and a tharuuj(b-bre101 W11II street. New ork PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, 1825. winters have fallen upon his old white hogs at 4 cts. bull calf chrip Alto lias sexne nice )sjuhk it leads and lights the poll, but MT. VJCRTON",lv bulls ready for tersice, W. A. llerrin, of Bockcastle, bought van of embattling democratic hosts the NIXES . A M FK1.AND. if Drug Store. in the East End lit head of 2 and year-ol- d Office next door to Whiteheads Stanford, Ky white plume of Kentucky's Henty of It an tndt'mjnt Candidate for S hol Superin- On DnvlLngs, lloun-lulSii res, MeSpecial attention given to diseases of children f cattle at 2 to 3 cts. rchandise, .1 , apply t the old Navarre. Bully for old Buck! All hail tendent Llmoln Count) t. tjj-lA train-loa- d of cattle bound for Chithe good old w hite governor of the gloriPennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. DAWSON cago 150 in number were killed in n ous old Commonwealth! Would that HARRY A. EVANS, Lightning lsuies atti Vet and damajss paid LAROK ROAN COW ssith RLI) NKCK. and collision on the M. K. & T. we could have another term many Is a Candidate for Jailtr of t.lnoln County, tub siheilier fire ensuet or not, sshite hail, marled isnli slits in the left car CHEMIST, ANALYTICAL A. T. Nunuelley bought of W. B. more terms of him! Louisville Times. jet to the action of the Dcmwtac) 'I aVcn uii 's Mrs Jse Klmore alwjut May ist, t.l.O li II KIT K, Altera. 17 iSj, and valurd before me ly Robi-r- t Mcdeiick IK) head of ewes at 3 cents and Anuendt STANFORD, KY. anJSol S Flui.rr si 5JJ IIhs July iJii Styi.ks is Notk Paper. "The correct HfOH sKARt,KNl!j P 1. C 40 of W. K. Dilllon nt same price. t. Engineering and Surveying in a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County, subIt Ben Kobinson, of Garrard, bought tints for paper," says a Chestnut street ject to the .tion of the Democncy. all branches. in this and Boyle counties a large bunch stationer, "are cream white and mauve of or a delicate shade of blue. Square encattle nt 2? to 3J cents. SAM I KOWLANI), KV . The dry weather has cut Dakota's velopes are used with paper that folds It .1 Candidate as Jailer of Lincoln a moimgrom in count), suMcct for the wheat crop 30,000,000 bushels short and once. Ladies employ 51 ) Yo rth Asenue, Dealer Ir lo action of the Dcnoualic corner, party My New House on Main St., the total will not be over 20,000,000 bush- gold and colors in the Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps - or directly in tho centre of the sheet. Stanford, Ky. For terms apply to Mr W. II, els. ilats, Shoe., Cblhin;, Hardware, Queens-- ' Hlggins, Stanford, or to me at Danville, Ky. CJ. S. J. B. Walker, Secretary, will accept Some, however, prefer the double cipher uart, l'inaie, r'urniture and a LOTTIE .V HOLMES. 3I vogue in England. Men use It a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subour thanks for complimentary to the that is in Conoral Lino .of Crocorios, C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Kirksville Fair, which will he held July plain paper or have their crest embossed ject to the at lion of the Democrat! party MT. VERNON, KY. Fancy CanJies, Canned Ois.h1i.Ac. 20 and 27. over an old English initial." PhiladelHotel is stilt maintain All Svinds f Pr Mutt-- Iken lis eishanje for ifoods This old and Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, Georgetown court was unusually phia Inquirer. Speinj itt line reputation. Charges reasonable. . Is a Candidate for Sheriff, subject ta the action of cial attention to the triselin; public Stanford, ky. dull. Less than 100 cattle were on the the Lincoln Counts. l)rm.rai.y LooTEit Tannkii. As soon as I had At. P NKWCOMH. Prep. market, of which small lots werenold nt 0 n e. taken my otlke they brought me a stack t Ml Vernon, Ky. j Weill drilled to order and Pumps (urnuhed at from $2.81 to S3 per cwt. M. lactory prices. of twodollar-a-montpensions to sign 30 This country consumes 3,000,000,000 I "Take 'elll away; , CandtJate for Clerk of the Court of Anneals. pounds of sugar a year, and nn iniqui- What said WSIS this: of lh cratic party, iM.I).,i H. I am too valuable a man to the lnvern- B. tous Trust only has to raise the price one signing pensions inent to put in my time w,th STANFORD, KY. cent to make ?:0,000,000 out of sugar. And I am. I areijuiet at low- offiftycenUa week." In Cincinnati cattle OtT.ce on I.AtiCAttfr Street. opHiiifl Couri-liou- it am P will er prices than ever, best shippers only :... not sign inose pensions, imill iiiiv . . I .. i . l. .... ...iiiunvitnpd us. mttinnil tirurt ri.BiUi.L.o i..u..m.u . v- ....v... practice tills proiessinn, csilttne istiention oi uit Manufacturers of Kiiie Saddles and Harness, in bringing 3.00; hogs are 11 rm at 3 J to 4 J; iiil' m .i every ttyle and finish known to the trade. Race r ?' be u of Rub llc ., ninn will either ITO Oil the roll to M. 1. Richards, eithrr for ood. or , pa 1 ct and Trotting Equipments a specialty sheep active at 3 to 4 J and lambs steady " of nium lis ansertans in ion or eouniry. iil ir.uM.k. ; No. 53 Katt Slain Street. LEXINGTON, Ky. tos;ether or he will get a four tloll.tr ,T" ? Q at 4 to ). to --1 O M. L. RICHAKO. ..nsion.-G- em from his Chicago speech. If certain negotiations be perfected, S?S m ajc of the people of Stanford and sic nity Itatked FOR ELECTION. the great tlour mill interests of Minneap 0 by mm A HonsK belonging to Mr. John Mene-- ' having occurred in thu Oils Sire tO be capitalized ami nilialgatliflWhereas, a 2 -p i fee, left standing on Depot street, Wed- 3 I on a office of School Commissioner for Lincoln county, i ,,,,) ... )..i;..,,,. ti,u ,.!. ....... IiersdllV, became frigllteued anil tOOK OUt and Weep Coalhand myNo i quahiv or Jellico, Lily & Nut (K, yard Lease your orders at caused by the death ot JI A. Ilosle. It is therefore " in or Lincoln invnlv.w l(i IsKKVIrt. ordered by the court that the Sheriff y?r.4 "iL?.."1"' "rs. at. i thc will be attend. down'to Main street at a hreak-nec1 his notice forewarns butters, ruhertneu and to promptly. J II IIIUCINS. county be and lie is hereby inm(niiiilil fr cause ' n our lanls viirjout ethers net to Old, worn-ou- t dairy cows sell In the speed, carrying the wagon he was bitched oj in fllrtn fn a rlftlj! ( cilrl Pftllfltv fttl the tirtl 1 ra a star ford ky as all suits wliitn-- prD.pvuU-- to lis fullY B $1.25 per cwt. to with him. When the Myers House I Chicago marketas low as ftdiZe. est client of the la Sinel LKE HL'fcTMAN I J O Said election is to be held by the officers appoin- - g., are cl,iL.fJv j0 canners, who prepare crossing was reached he Mumbled, and C.KO D HOPPER, T.J HILL, hold the regular election in said county on i . ted to SURGEON DF.Nnsr. 111 McROHKinS.JR. M v 1IAUOHMAN, isMd TcXtlS turninga somersault, landed in the creek, prillR COril beef. saidI dav and in all resnects be conducted ill the I Stanford. KOIIl AICAI.ISI t.K. Kknticks. J.f. IIKUl.r. f s v samo manner as tne regular election; ana t" I ,...., ,,,,,1 inillu Kll c ir c 11 11 Ts nl -I- .OU 10 sheriff is directed to gie notice of the same by the wagon piled upon him. Only a lit- Office tsuth tide Main. iodnri above Depot St. MRS ctiK.-LIIKNRV IIALT.HMAN, A M FKUsNU door and I advertisements posted at the black Berkshire sllOatS tle damage was done either to wagon or J J,ave r t nL'Vft' jnil.V W HOLMES. . .v-r.- . r. , . at theplacea of sotinjin taia county nnd by pubV C. PA Kill-I- I. A J IIAYHKN, , ct ' lication in the Interior Journal, a newspaper pub-- males and leiliak'S, Which I Oiler lor S.llit horse. u. ui 03 I) V. HOLMES I . llthcd In Stanford, KkLinGBcCOiJPER.tti (X) aa bree,lera. They will weigh about Dr. Meacham, of the Hopkins ville KenI sish to sell my farm ef M aire, .it isted on now, are thoroughbred and sire pounds HOsLTElN-FRFI-slAHULL, lin hiilinil nilieb exnerience 'he LancVster pike two miles Ir .m Manf.ird lh ' ' w 'a, 'lau'''"omea3a"v'J01-v,r- i land is all in iras;.i r.H.l.i.1 il.t. .lu.ll... ... o TFIJ17 AnjJJlC -- Usually large numbers of Texas in raising" children, gives this remedy for roomsis situated upon t u farw ,n f . eii ui a n itvain 1 s if sssVsasLssssssssssssssssV . . .. t No n H. r. H l: calves are being marketed. One day n- - whooping cough: A mixture of a team . 11 a w Will h permitted 10 sere a f w." nearly 1,000 arrived in Chicago. spoonful of honey, a teaspoonfulof sweet W T'Sj msri at my sta ssvrvxj K, E. H. BURNSIDE, Proprietor The total receipts of calves at .sVlV.tiHj ' j,, Ln. M sSurt s of Stanford at of a teaspoonful of city oil and a fw i Throo Dollars by the soriHon, and 111 p 2.o Z 2. ad Attorney at Law, " rum. pa '.! jovent l Mill llt, th aluin. A do-- e of this kind given at b'd June 27 ngtiregited '2,'2ti, the greatest sau.e, ssith the prisilsjeot (.reeling in1 the o.r . ...... ..1. 1.... .. !.,.. ;..,. :u .reseiuijtiiSiii.iKU. S...W.S...S, o. n No .ilt?1-'0Mf "l"J-.-" proses M be ssith calf lecbid. uniewiii number on rr ontuck .h!?.T"ef "S'i" gtanfortl ,,1,,,uirbuj n9, uf,hsers a e t shall be maintained Walter Van Anglen, of Waverly, upduring the night and enable the viebreedir, but i indtruluallj a ser 3- - P. .perior ... illprati. r thisandaljom- - m, mesery particular He ssili no- u Sleep. einarthe iVmmof oappwil rr t'llll to get relief lllld Illlicll-neeileof Mo., shipped to Chicago II ns countirt and lis rourt. du c milk cosss of tne huhtst e e. e:u . th . 2 2 0n'Leovr McRo'ier. A SMji1. drutf store 1,4.00 tils ptHlin- - attd his inJisidualits v.sr mee th.s cittle, average weight a little over I...I.J He ha recently added to itt appointments ' 2-- p Outcast -- "Please, Mum, ..n.. .r,ii Th, Hoi.te,,,.,,.,,,.. attic hi- - fr.rrai pound-- , for which he received but 4 cts. Irsiers, llor.emen and who Was imii u ill It ARIIi1l?Q S,t. kn.cn ot the counUet ' vrasons Ul.cn the lead in the l.l.i M'ed I ati.emarli iititnrlilll-lt- i nil Illllll S W est hr consnssndint under lb har er lie J. M. Thomas also shipped 5 loads about iltl elevator and laid lip for SIX IllOUths Lini in, Garrard and Wa.hlsn:- rl " Marion cs- .,rki, and hnsiuic the iapa us t . prdiu. ore ton ss ill find nil the nesv Alto matters .,f in- - milk and l.utit-- r than ant other hrtcd an as run. I sitne weight, which he sold at $3.15. The Olll Lady "I'oor mail, lieies a dollar terest to Diet, ,n the t .,,,r and a. xoosl they ,li .0: la.l rt rV? 11 Livery Stable cattle had i on full feed for 10 for you. Howdid you happen to get &, ' miil.h A First-Cla- ss & r month1?, and the lo to the feeders was ,.,,n.,l,r" rtnti-im- t (tinpketlllL' the dul- - eaclisseek ii'r seir ,iuts and trs it nnnn.mn.l'.l ,! dnM.I rt . ff lit. lnr1tt.H I base for sale twofine reil-r- J II l.ten I rei ' A ' for three m ut, I, yie. 7 si 4 Pb licit Turrjutt furnished lieslVV. . transient patronage, ian bull 1 also an J nc and' e,fcr alf liir) "The police were too ijuick for me, Mmuuer, u. uir K 15 W CotnmerLiai iratciirs ana nt ieri !i Mil Lilt, The old gentleman sends us thK 1, Ky stantor Time. clipping from a Kansas paper A wj. imiut. FEMA13 COLLECS Thurmtiii is again sutler termelon weighiug over40 pounds reacli-- ; .11. UllL'CK, ed this ollice this morning from the farm ' jug greatly from rhejimatistn. To n ofCapt. II. Kelley. The captain, who is! friend who' recently asked how he was A Modem Progresivc School, JnVi SALS AND ?2S0 STABLEi 'S9. 74 year's old, raised over two . . . . of feeling he eplied: "I shall have to nn- CHICKEN 3t oo melons, beside-- i attending to two acres of SWer abOUt tlie Same Way IIU Olll ICIIOW When' )0.ir daughter. sTANVOKfi. K. Hoard from June I to July t, per week ill ) taukln how I 'e- Cottage Kent from Junei to July :,pr eek J 50 potatoes, sweet corn and other vegeta"Uuiftej?"" ,','ro","y once did when tho doctor called and put .... e 00 Hoard per week niter July I which yielded a good harvest and the same question; 'Tliauk God, I'm SPF.CIL UllS'll'iSi tt).niLK(IlI Cottage Kent pcr!cckafter luly 1 . - 5 5 bles Literature, Science, Art & Music. traveler Horses a d i's I X t anl iJ . a plow after the lirst break- suttering about as much as I can.' " Single Meal 50 never in les Or Is hr.t-- i is- - hors'sR.i'1 .ed til .1 cr) Ad Ire. RFV C POPI. Pre. idem Horses well cared for, per weV. 300 ing. Al- nent t"r th' Yhllow Haiii. Yellow hair is the! Everybody Is eorJially invited to Uit- us eaily rr Mr. 1 C I KI MiKAhT, I ady Pnu. ipal A few weeks ago in the season uud set adsantaze of the reduced A homing pigeon Ilew from Detroit fashion now in Paris. WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING CO. Mill, rs rate. Retpeetfully, A. L. SPOONAMORK, K. K to lhiilalo, 225 miles, in : hours and 0 it was the exception. Now a bundled Ky O Addrirts, Sunford P s6tf lniiititos instances of dvcd hair may he seen in i fit; VVlA ' Gilman, tho murderer of Mrs. Hat; the equipages of fashionalde ladies in the u a sr t Gr U Olti, enhaver and hpr child, in Oregon, becom-- . Hois tie Boulogne any day. J. " iug alarmed at threats of itniuudintu' T""T"TJ A sure way to keep mo uitoes from a LOUISVILLE, KENTUOKY. . . , Hynching.confcssed tothedouble imirtler , ,,, ,.:linil,lor 1") iVf lV.C I IMtltl h N N..(M LI) and also admitted the killing of George 1WUIII flll'l thtee times a day. iu it two or Only one Night out to New York. LARGEST AND FINEST Morris a year ago. THE -Bucklen's Arnica Salve. vAuother editor liaa been recognized. ' V.ntii. Vd Trains to S HOTEL IN THE CITY. n't. !. tiU.in thn world for cuts, bruises. Kd'ward Ptanwood, of the Youth's ComC& ulcers, salt theum, fever -- ore., tetter.ch.tp- - J". panion, has been appointed a special sores,hati-ls-, chilblains, corns and all skin erup.. ped NOW York, Bal tilTIOrO, RATES $2.50 TO S4 PER DAY. ACCORD- agent of the Census Olllce, to collect sta- tions and positively cures pile, or no pay Thousands of dollars worth of HU3TONVILLE, KY PissmK all the Famous Virgin.a Springs by ds. tistics of cotton manufactures through- ed It is guaranteed to Kiti perfect satisfaction, hit kens die every year from Choi ING TO ROOMS. nd urr.vi.u .11 Old Punt tomf.m and the t.,11 in the Inisiness and re.ly to d Are ... money refunded I rice a$ cenis t.er uox ...... ra It is more fatal to chickens than Sis out the United States. .,,' l'MShort the n- -t ilternoon thins In the L'tulcrlakliu line ttock of C.iv-- and Caskws i! 'II kinds and Robes lime Card in Effect Jul) 1. isso ..1 "'her diseases combined. Hut the Cooper, a colored woman at For saleby A R Penny. Stanford, Kv Frances Oi-- r of every hcir.c. which isneirly! TURKISH A RUSSIAN BATHS IN HOTEL S.. 1,1 . . !....!. I .1 ..!... im overy of .1 remeay tn.it posttiuh r'sstVlail Tastfes new can he ol tamed i'wi short nonce Mr J II .si 1, 1 leusuii, nil., niviieii inree inner Merit Wins. (irt'in lias chirirt-o-f F.tpraM Express D.uls ur business and will ilmw EASTWARD ' (' j it has been made, and to be ron women she Inula spite against to dine our ijoods t.nny one n dnnr ai)thint in our sun h ually. nail) We dssireto s,i) to our cilirtns that for )cars f inced of its efficacy only requires u with hci. They did so and she dosed vve havehoen selling Dr King's New Discovery line 11, j a; am . . .. Lie Stanford la ji R. B. 11 is am 6 30 pm 7 jo am rml a bottle is l.esniuton foi on "Hough on Hats." One died for consumption, Dr Klnu's New Life Pills, Duck-leu'them u s pin e $S pin 10 am me h.iiidrcd chickens encugh Winchester Arnica Salve and F.lectnc Hitlers, and have SUCCESSOR TO It is guar and the other two will. K. u. junctM. . I o,t I t. .1... r 1. ituUrd rimrlif c that sell as well, or that inti-i'.- i " Ml Sterlmi,' I 17 pm 7 so puil t j nni If, after using tuo thirds of hnvegiveii such unlv rrsal satisfaction We ilonot . " Preston 1 oj pin 0 ji .1111 THE HATTER, M'MIOHAEL, the buyer is not thoioughlv A small boy began his regular praer husitatH to guarantei lliem every lime, and we ' Murehead am ) 10 pm 8 4a pm 10 stand real) 10 rctuiidtlie purchase pike if talis- Olive Hill 4 on pm, 0) am .v'biied w ith it as'u cure for Chicken in his regular way: "Xow I lay mo" factory rssults do not follow their These Oil 4TH AVENUE, a 03 pm 10 40 pm' " Ashland pm iy vh era, return it to the undcisigncd popularity purely remedies have won their 6 to pm 10 ) pm " Calleltsburj. . is pm and then he stuck fast. on their merits A K. Pcniij.druBiist 6 jo pin ta 30 ami 3 it pm LOUISVILLE, KENTUOKY. HumiHifioii,.. ir money will be refunded. A am 10 3 pm ind "Down," haiilMiis mother, prompting. Arr Whit Sulpliur is ("harlottssille. 11 00 am 4 os am tor by sal A Sttsit, Stanford Whereupon Johnny started again uitli A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life. The Nobbiest & Most Stylish " Witshinslon ... S 10 am 1 $0 pin COMPANY " llaltlmorc It was jut an crdiiur) scrnp of wrappint: pa sj pin, j nt am PRICE gieat alacrity and llueiicy: "Downciiino mtQ, , - v- -si- .s-ia.r 4 15 pm 11 jo am Stock of " PlnUdelphla per, but it saved hur life She was in the last " a blackbird and nipped oil' her !' " New York 9 ao pin 1 ao pin told by ph)suuns that stag. of consumption, 1 40 pm 3 01 am " Richmond, Va.. J Oldl'ninlUottilorl J 05 pm it 10 am she was incurable and could onl) live a slu rt time Never Say Die I m w:ii-o J5 pin 11 ov " Norfolk On .1 piece of shtfVveisjhiMl less than 7" pounds Sumrntd with ulcvrs, bulls and tetter, ftltWJK f 'tfSVIOlAlSREAM wrapper paper sliereidnf Dr KinusNcw THIS prcparation.wilhout Weak "I limb and sore of eyp, and jot .1 tample bottle; 11 IicImh1 hcr.i.lie Ever brought to tho city of I ouitvillc, now open bought a larxelutt e it helped her iuru, hoiiuht iti.iiiry.rcinovfsPronk. Hopeless now of grow mu; hettar, Returning, fast Vettihulvd from Nuw otkniiJ V. fast, contlnui-- its use and including the another and grew btter '1CUL"- lOB. LlVftr-Mnln- n all eastern puinta arris pi at Winchester 4 4 p in Surelv one must dit. Sim. is now strong healthy, roov plump weighing jab and Lnaitlltofl 4 47 l " ''"ly f'"t mail turn plos, Blnck-HoadNot nt all, pnor, discouraged tufferur frmn ilu- - tHiunds. For fuller parl11.11l.1rt .end tump tu W Sunburn and KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S, HATS HiintiU(toH and all points east arrive. Vt im his rial bottles ft Fort Siiiith Tan. A few ordered blood and scrofulous trouble Tuke l)r II Cole, drutsjitt, will render the noon dail) v. LesUifiin 11 jjtw itiili niinunyand Past exnre.s ,:rm Hun I 11. most stubbornlyapplications eofi, euiooth and Andalsomy own importaiion of Eni;lish HaU Pierce's Golden Medical Discover, the ireat iliiHwumlerful illitesery tree at A. It Pennys red skin ipi nni. Drugstore parkcrat'iirt; and WhseliiK arrves I.cxiiim wlilte. VIolft Oroam is not n paint and Caps. A11 elegant line d Canes and Lyon't and of modern daje. Al or iu is p m nuiiy Fine tHe uwholiom sores and hlool disorders may Celvbrated Uiulirelh alwuys on hand Why Is It in illive Hill accommodHtion I'riw, W nchester powder to cover defect", but a remedy to cure. is nipcrior to all other preparations, and he cured, aiid I he victim will look and feel like a t 10 a and Lxir2ton 1 10 a la. leuvcs Lcxiuaton It couisUlalninff Ja titisr alonrr SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, new man It it warranted lev bem.nl or cure cr Iti.,, Is guaranteed to civo Batlsfaction. j so p ttt, Winchester 6 f. At drug-gis- ts ' aW,t hal callnual tired leeling f Oun bottle of For tickets and inf rtuaimn wrueor apply to , or mailed for 50 cents. Prepared by money paiu ior 11 pr inptiy reiurneu. III km 1 niasir will en- t; W. II YKNIti, licet iiux . 1Ku;ks lllond is.irifl.r ana 'penalty Orders out Cloves S A IIRilMIIPRi. Tru P.s Ant. O. KITTVNTGTfc Sa . gmrau perfect salt sMaufni-- f Perfectio is attained in Dr S .ge's latarrli tnely remove this leelinj give them jtjivjdapjietito J I MirKPIIY.tic I P..,. A.I Tor vnti onio. x .. .v. "il It Pinny Druiititt ' .d rriruUt" duett on iiA-- fa NODIU HAT V Icxln.tn D ' a .y For-- , VJiy.RemeJy TlHii.ii J , V.tlUNuiON t, teed Duaifsl toorder It.uict the om mm ( lent M ' er.-- c ,f Ky Semi-Weekly Interior Journal FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. R0YAl f court-hous- e ii-i- d slip-sho- akiNg POWDER Absolutely Puro JACKSON HOUSE. FOR RENT. ie FOR SALE! 107-t- Iuo-poui- to-da- y W. F. Established FOR, mSTJRAlTCE d W. I. ESTRAY. to OTIS P. NEWXAND JI. OWENS WOOD WALLA6E gFOB. SA1.B. Men's Outfitter cr.Kc.KiLToisr left-han- d Louisville, Kentucky. CARPENTER NEWCOMB HOTEL. J. N. DIENEFEE F. Hrinkley 1 m S)-l- A h ) H. WILSON, , THOMPSON &BOYD, J."''" James Fryc. Settle With 0. M'ROBERTS, a iH h j &fff 2 run-ilnlla- i..i. .......,,.., ...... ii.. i , ORDER Attention, Coal llliriierH. lSVl 'WlttluL?. POSTED. J c 1 1 ri-- "' "" l"e ;,! (.. fJt "" no o sac-sne- ..1.., """)ira"j'"ilv, ""'"""" s- - . -- 3-- SO0 Steaill-COOke- d vli. tS" court-hou- se i - 1 1 s m m For Sale sx ' N nnilCF flU mlmvi!) llUUiaul MVDDC " Laplaill m ayiie. 3? 'ntly one-fourt- h " t 2.CS . .- v' r, SB"1 car-loa- 1 . i Pool and Billiard Parlors -n Ir-ci- lol, T:Li lA'nn i 1 . - , 1 S t- - , -'r WM. ADAMS SON, EALE'SWELL. June i, . Em?.!; ""r" u LEXINGTON, KY. I. A1TTEIV Cholera Cure Scaso:i Oiicns car-loa- ; 1 s u-- ed ' . HE AL I HO 01(1 Ky. Route ' . iWff 5o-ccn- T. SUTTOIT s CO., Washington, Philadelphia, , -l I ' ' GEOGEGHAN, 64-t- 11 s X . I ' j 1 in-- 1 1 - IK, If . I Sf 1 H A T 89 world-renoun- uo--e.- CREAM ZIoV&V 11 ), r&mmim I rt".rtts. a, - 1 WM "T B 11 I lood-purIf- )r LEXINGTON.KY. 111 ,ii I ur-s- or 'W-tstr- r -- . O. -- ,,, CO., Ni csMsrstM . i. sttssttssttlsttttilM"nA'j'''1'' A 'M'4testJsifatM s. "V I n