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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891071401 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 1891 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. wr - j t$T " " -- ""'" J' Semi-Weekl- y vol. xix. Cumberland Falls In Full Blast. Fishing Splendid; Fare Excellent and SoU said ' tta-culpr- Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JULY 14. 1891. -Ft-n- i N0.3S tint ninny n courtship which has scemied from liii Bprinj LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. quietly terminated in happy marriage was bejiuii glided uroiitid into an advantareoiiH (?) Rev. JJronstou Hay, of Buckeye there, and wlvu a couplu ism-eto droll position, and without warning slashed ciety Superb. A Charmpreached at the B.iptist church Sunday oU' toward that place it i.i generally eon- n Btinitini,- - blow with whip, ing Summer Home. morning. tin hut-air- ceded that there i 8omcthm in the air. which caused a lightning-like- , reach out Notttithstuiitlinii tin fnutthat DANVILLE, KY. Quaiterly court is in session The in nngeiiieiit of Ciiiiiberlniid Fulls of both hind feet, at Iea.it on of which itwiiy doru hint been "rtioiij-yiiiT- ' (Monday) with very little busines;- of Vcvt is in liiimlfl thirt year. Mr. caught the imprudent wagoner on those in Urn ri'Kion of znru ami the vuwthi-importance on hand. With a lull courfcof st i1) find of wa bv far more lilting for late fall tliHii Nannie W. (Jweno. who has been there lips which should have hen used in ion especialThe colored citizens of Garrard will ly adapted to prepare ) my; n n 1'nzlUh rre'Simin CU,Whiltheci re the in. t mettime it furnish a for tlie it li intended at s.me to mid dimmer, there was a good crowd at lor the lust l. year is a thorough host- - connection with the good, and he carried hold a Htock fair the latter liberal knglish education to ny wbn it. Ir cunncttion with the A ii.tmi part of the CumberNnd Kails when the writer was I'M, while genial Jim Cook u ill attend to home in his pocket nine of his teeth as month, the dates of which have not been Sj 3D there last week, and the many advan- .the binhit'tri of the office and tee that a rather depressing reminder of the so decided, but will be given in this col"Mis. often unheeded "I told jou w " iillbnliKl by that model ids gneots want for iiotliiim. tages that are !Ia been estu! llshed in Ihe hninfati ' timlcr the prna1 crntrcl ff the I'ntKlta'. Regular study umn. hunts under the up rninn ol the l'mumiil ar.il and the re trail t in .',o eminent of a Miss Alice Cahbell bus just got back bummer resort were being cinoyfil to Urtens in toiaistod ill her ilutics by Miefl Lew in Y. Leu veil, Christian honio are ion l.iuei' w.tli il la.t tduratiolial advantai.eii. of Itelle Cook, of liimtouvil.f, who proves from Chicago, III, where ahe spent a , For further pirti' uU.s in r)i ttd 10 no.ird, etc , address the fullest extent by them all. It w.-the Citizens' National B ink, of Lancas a iiumI ablo lieutenant demost pleasant time visiting her aunt, tor, was crowd, as I have Hitid before, JAMES B. WALTON. Principal, Danville, Kj-- . nominated for the legislature by Among tlitt Wux ut Die springs ate Mrs. Wingnte. Miss Nannie Brown re lightful crowd, ns it gives me pleasure to j ui-wittily committee on pie3ut Meusi. It. M. VJ, of C'inmiiiittti, and turned Niturday from a two weeks' visit baturday. say, and a merry one as tlio-will attest. In fact, tho-- who are.lnxu-- ' uuituii A. 1h lor, ol Covington, 'the at Lebanon. Mr. C. A. Dunn, of HousThe ladies of (he W. C. T. U. are riatlug at "Knuickv' Niagara" form foinier is a little put the age of tho gny ton, Tex , is visiting friends of the West fitting an elegant suite of rooms over the Knd. Miss Itessie Held and Frank Me a congutiial Hirty tnat on might m2iuty iiimii, but ins age is no inteifur-regartuii-s store of J. G. Sweeney, where I.AI h AI.KXANDtR'S IIOTEb, it Friday. all fiicnds of the entire aggregation a oim once ami he "yeH there all the Hnnie." Kinney paid us a Hying the temperance cause will thoiomjhly aloof Mr. Tuyh.r i eoiiiidomhly his junior, Miss Anna Cooke IIuH'iiirui, of Lexing- be large, hnppy family, welcomed. RENOVATED AiYD from the vexatioiiH of buslnets and out but milliciently old to li.ue a vrood ileal-fo- r ton, is hero. Miss Louise Culbertson, of Iuicast.r has washed her face, adhealth ami fun only. For a reerea-- ' of experience, the young ludieH tell me Covington, is rusticating with her little justed her curls, donned n brand-new- , Day. tion, a utop at Cuinberinnd Kails is jut.t and eii.ila his older colleague. Me is a cousin, Miss Edna Camnitz. Mr. George 30 cent, dress; had the public square 2.50 the thing; foi excellent mineral wateis haniUainn fellow and his position with Powell is making his annual sojourn at thoroughly cleansed ; the grnsg in Ceil, Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Housthere are few better plneus, and for a the fair Hex at gay Cumberland Fulls is that famous summer resort so popular tral Park neatly mown: the iron fence LOUISVILLE, KY. was with of these parts, Hus-secharming placo to tell the old, old tttory indeed an enviable one. When painted; the mowing machines removW. R. LOGAN, Springs. IIU daughter. Mrs. Nan-ui- e ed from of love, stop not till you reach it. In there his particular attentions were tho pavements, all in readines A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. bliick-cye- d con-beauty, voted to a little Powell, is with him. Misses Mary for the fair to be the very atmosphere seems to held in the beautiful tain Mine property tlml is uggustivo of known by hiiiu of our widen iiml it and Kugeuiu Peyton have returned from woodland of B. K. Hudson, near this love, and with Iota of pretty girls to "lis- was whispered that his friend Wall was McKinney, Texas, where they visited place, on Friday and Saturday, July 17th friends. Miss Jones, of Lexington, is ami 1Mb. ten to your tale of woe" it puzzlos me to growing a bit jealous hecMiise. Our people do not expect mighty pretty girln visiting her uncles, .lames ami John thi. There are know how the boyB stay away from that .. event to be on a scale of magnitl-- . at the Falls and moie are booked to ar- - Gooile. Hilly Williams got in Saturday cence with the World's very eden of delight. Fair to held in -- v ll't'h and from the torrid northwest, which he has Chicago, He.iutlful hcenerv hturouiid the fuHn rive in a few day. With hut all the same it will be which is alone worth the trip to mm ; ' dancing, luxitinir, Imthiiig. tistiiiig. ftroll-th- e been triangulating ns general agent of worth coming to nee, and we therefore building is in good repair and better iug and rotirting whiu manner of youth the Moline Plow Company. Dropping in behalf of the citizens of Garrard bid Has the largest and equipped than ever for comfort and the would he h- - who would not be content-fall- s in on one of bin Central Kentucky you comu and be welcome. Tiost k Sure .standby's last week, confident of a hand- Saxton's Band will be ou hand and de are one of Kentucky's greatest curl- - ml to go tbeio ami furevert-ojoiiru- . MOST COMPLETE STOCK All of this, and more too. The ly the wntet would be, notwithstanding some maiden order, the tenmerature light the visitors with choice music dureonsiil-- ' Iiin notn d plume is a mont appropriate Mink with that rapidity which always table, which is not lastly, iti the ing the day and aUo play in the park in OF attends a blizzard when he was informed An i i I'miih.ou. oration of fcome, is mtppHod with all the one. the evening. thnt his customer was "full up," till the good tliitig-- t that money tiiu wen re. ..X "fr'V. HUSTONVILLE. pilgrim felt absolutely "frozen out " and J&PS well MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Vegetables of oyery l3SSSfcrV ever shown in Stanford at prices , prepared, are an every day thing; fried Mous. of Waco, Tex., has disposed to "throw up the sponge." A couple living near Lithonia, Fla , as low as the lowest. Stopping by next morning to hid his chicken "till you can't rest," mid the been visiting one of his hrightot pupils, in the State, friend farewell, hoping better success who have been married 40 years, claim Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s tnoht delightful milk and butter found Miss Mary Cnrpuiitcr, at her fathet'e, our j next time, his elation can be imagined to have never kissed each other, nnd who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. long story hort Cole. anywhere. To make a Don't have to they have 11 children too. IVter Cattw light Itutt, one of the when an order for 100 plows betrayed the fare Is ilr.st class in every particular send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. , Old John L. Wilson, of Nelson, Neb.i and the whetted appetite the water gives oUleM West Kuders, tlnally" miccumbod the "guy" which cost him the most mis- and Mibs Lena Martin, of Washington gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is soltc-te- d erable afternoon and night of his pilyou. makes rnting hour almt as enjoya0 ,M protracted ntlhctions and was burcounty, were married at Springfield, A. R. PENNY. and I guarantee satisfaction. ied here last Fridnv. Allen ble oh the others are. Itutt, n grimage. Friday. The groom is 50 and the bride ...... n..'.,.!..... .. III. ..r..l... i, .... (tlHtl V.I WllfVtflll In VfllL'. 1.ntl... fall, III 11... iiiii-- i i ut' iMviiiv i, i nn cuivnrii .t tut iruuti.t sia no niu it ii,ii.i ..i ' 52, and they had never tieen each other BARBOURVILLE, KNOX COUNTY. C extent equal in grandeur. proceeded to the interment. J. N. MENEFEE nra and in till an hour before the marriage. An A. SINE Judge Tmsley, of this place, was feet and the The fall ie It is again disheartoniniilydry in our insuiauce agent got them to correspon-roar can be henrd for miles. At fltstone ptm, and corn anil gns are Riillerinir. urged by the citizens of Bell county to ng and as a token of appreciation of is not plefted with the sound, but after The earlier corn fields are in that critical come to Pincullc, l:(, Monday mid an- his act, the husband presented the wife 0( tatselii:g an I "Hliootiug" which swer Charlie Bronato'i, of Lexington, on an hour or o it becomes pleasant and The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. with a So.OOO paid-upolicy in the resembling rain fallini: on a tin root, demands rain, that deferred imuh long. the new constitution. Judge Boyd will agent's company. makes deep delightful. Utile hlaglo er will cut hbort the crop half or more. also speak at Loudon on tlie (same ay SASH, LUMBER, V falls is not ho iiumeiiHe hut in a beautiful Burglars entered two houses on and answer V. It. Ramsey, of that place, The enormous growth of the penVion DOORS, of water over a high ledge and Bradfordsville aveiim, last Friday night, and Major I. W. Freeman, of this city. list and the scandalous methods by pouring SIDING; Mifci Daisy Potter, of Manchester, is which the new national debt has been the k encry around in superb. without dropping ou anything valuable. Verandah and Stainvork at city prices. visiting at Col. A. II. Clark's. Mr. A. created is a startling show ing. The penJuot at this time fulling is splendid, As the forays wen bunglinly exeare cuted asto betray tho operator's presence M. Docker, who has been down South sion list of the United States on the olst "W2:KI3 and old tifdiermnn tell me that ba plentiful than was ever known be- at both places the inference is that ama- as far as Georgia, North Carolina nnd of .May contained (i';0,'5'J4 names. This more We carry a full stock of everything found in a fore. MeMii-r-. Lyles, of Xaihville, and teur home talent made the essay, and South Carolina ou a business trip for exceeds by '15,000 the peace establishTaylor, of Covington, went out Thurs- there is much regret that something was Swann, Abram A Co., of Louisville, re- ment of the Gormaii army. The cost of T3 line not taken as detection would have been turned home Thursday evening. Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract Miss the pension list for this year will be day nnd Miececded in angling Young, of Atlanta, Ga., is visit- $1150,000,000. This exceeds by nearly or building. weighing nearly four speedy. Mamie ones the largest MN'E & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. pounds, and it is no uncommon occurJudge Breckinridge and Col. Jacobs ing Miss Maud Kngland this summer. 50,000,000 the cost of the great staudiug There are 1"0 invitations issued in army of Germany. The pension rence for tlie cook to go out a few mo- were gisen an attentive hearing lapt Satments before breakfast and catch enough urday afternoon in Dr. Brown's wood- this city which read," Mr. Dutton Jonts on this basis represent a for n meal for all ot the guests. land pasture by a large, intelligent ami requests your presence at the marriage public debt of over 4,000 millions of dol.Bathing is a delightful feature of Cummost orderly audience, in their discus of Ins daughter, Fannie II. to Rev. J. C. lars at per cent. The highest point over r berland TiiIIh, but the cool weather has siou of the con. coil's late elaborate Steely on Thuisday, July L'3d, at 10 a. readied by the bonded war debt was on much participation in that work. Kach gentleman wa$ convincing m. at his residence near Barbourville, ly 'J, 700 millions. After '25 years of debt- prevented The cards were issued paying unexampled in the history of napastime. However it is no fault of the in his arguments and as in the relig ous Kentucky.' place as the bed of the river is assmooth debates of the long ago both tiidis won. inursuay last ami tlie weUding :s on to tions, tlie United States are now bur-dns a plank floor, nod a bath here is said Not a proselyte reported, but the impress say tlie least has been expected for some with 517,000 000 more annually for at Old Point of the two's work was apparent in the time.And to equal the interest on the war debt nnd for penthe Moutttaiu Kcho refuses to IbOO. X. Y Comfort, both for pleasure and health. preponderance of the anti-- . Judge B. gratify the Join.VAii'a Barbourville cor- sions than they were in This week promises to be a gala one in led oil in an hour's speech which neces- respondent when ho World. "he seeks to gain On the market is the RETS OF ROCK SALT because stock will do the history of the falls. Partiet from sitated brief reference to but few sec notority" by getting a controversy with At the close of the civil war there Lexington, Covington and probably Dan- - tions of that instrument, and he touched 20 per cent, better and it will go three times as far as common barthe former paper. In shoit the Echo were 700 steam vessels entered on the villo and Lancaster will arrive, and so up those pertaining to roads, revenue, rel Salt. I have just received a car load and will quote low price. says it wont advertise without pay. I naval register of the United States, but will the music. It is also probable that ballot and jury systems in particular, all only '27 of them survive. Ol wonder what is to become of that un. Middlesboro will aend down a largo rep- of which objections Col. J. brushed aside fortunate individual, Lewis D. Samp- these'siirvivora the most famous is the J-resentation, including many of the as trivial. The people are eager for light " who failed to gain n very enviable Kearearge. m m m wealthy Knglish. The baud referred to which will insure an an intelligent ex- son, Success in Walton, Ky reputation while editing a paper of his above is Waxey'a celebrated solo orches- pression at the polls, and maiiy of us not have jutt J C. Robinson, ol Walton, Kcko wont notice rt?mocd a knot from a horse'swrites;thnt w as left leg tra from Lexington, and with four good assuming to pass wisel. on matters which own," since now tho leg is from him. Now, Brother Dyche, don't anil a hurt Thehave a now perfectly smooth ery high retard for natural. I musicians the sweet strains will reverb-era- to puzzle the highest judicials are in a " scorch " people too closely about their Quinn Ointment, which lias iccontplisnetl the come moid the moun- quandary which the axiomatic "doctors " for time to literary " productions. Until you get aWe result.' tains and valleyH of this section. The ditl'er" fails of relief. A Safe Investment Messrs. James Bailey and George the beam out of your own eye nnd don't ball room is spacious and has a splendid ou satis"MODEL Is one whlshls question too severely the veracity of factory results, or ;uar.iuteed to bringa return of in case of failure, floor nnd dancing will be 0110 ofjthe Lee, gentleuieu of African 'Hcent, will ono calls upon you to your purchase price. On this safe plan you can probably patronize a livery establish- others lest some many delightful features this year. our ailveitistnl druggist a bottle of Dr. state from what source you get your in- buy fromNew Discovery for Consumption. It is King's Boating is another pleasure that the ment in future where business demands guaranteed to brlnj; relief in every case when their attention so far from the Huston-vill- e formation regarding the change of sen- used for any atfection of the throat, lungs or chest, puests nt Cumberland Falls enjoy. FanvJiraiiuOon of the lungs, base ball grounds that walking is timent in eastern Kentucky regarding such as consumption,whooping cough, croup, etc., cy painted skiffs, which can be rowed by bronchitis, asthma, the new constitution. etc. It is pleasant and agreeable to the taste, per. tho smallest child are free to the patrons impracticable. A few evenings since, always be relied upon. Trial Tlie funniest thing that I have no- fctly safe and can R. Penny's drug store, bottles free at A. of tho hotel and a liberal portion of the rather than keep their friend Mat up Cheese, ticed during this whole campaign is the late awaiting their return with a livery time is devoted to that popular sport. . Merit Wins. fact that all those great orators who are There are thoso who no do doubt rig, they quietly appropriated Rev. W. Ve desire to say to our citizens that for years we urging the adoption of the new .consti- have been silling Dr King's New Discovery for dread tho stago ride from the station to L. WlllianiB buggy, and returned it in s tution had rather argue the matter Consumption, Ur Kinc's New Life Pills, Glass- - and Queensware, Tin- - and Woodenware, Fruit JarsJ the falls when they contemplate going good condition, hut our vigilant marshal among Arnica Salve anif Electric Hitters, and hate Lamps, themselves and not divide time never handled remedies that sell as well or the to Cumberland Falls. This thought ia something of a horse and buggy man Jelly Glasses, &c. We do universal satisfaction. with anyone. For iustance last Friday have given suchguartntee them every jimeand we not hesitate to should be abandoned immediately for himself and was "on to" the coons, who Hays, Alex. Sevier and Ma- ntand ready to refund the purchase price If satisreally that is a feature of the trip. Splen- soon found themselves grist nt J ml go when Smith results do not follow their use. These jor K, W. Freeman, all of this place, factory have won their great popularity purely remedies did new stages with strong mules "spin" Camuitz's mill which has lain idle so gathered themselves up and boarded a in their merits. A. K. Penny, DruigWt. over the extraordinarily good mountain long during these dull times that the "jolt wagon" and started for Brush roads nt a rapid gait and it is indeed a machinery would'nt work smoothly in A and the toll footed creek, where they were hilled to talk. relief to exchange the smoky, dirty interest of its patrons up just Sl'5.'!o in each case. Had Bro. Also the discussion which took place at ontrains for the ntage. The distanco is London yesterday (Monday) Major Freely about 12 miles and is easily made in Williams horse been "drafted" an exrV touisvutt.mwjUuiiTa cmcinofff ta" pert tuathometiciau would have been re- man and Delegate Ramsey announced 2J to 2 hours. that they would talk on the new constito Lover's Retreat is a beautiful place not quired to "figure up" just what tho exdid not mention that they far from the hotel nndia no misnomer in penses would have been. Al. has uot tution, but time with anyone. Tho any way. It is thoroughly ioolated from despaired of weaving tho web around would divide ' .And., nnd a charming placo that vandal who slashed the top of Prof. Hon. Curtis F. Barnaul, of Richmond, is tho outside world Monday, July 27th, billed to talk here Indulge in the pleasuio of Thomson's phteton with his kuife. for those who nd for r Monroo .Morris, a of which is County Court day, on the subcourtship. This retreat is n comfortable ject of the merits of the new constitu...And..., Beat on a rock, resembling very much a Frye's creek, is at present ou a strictly CMtorlBUMweUfcfoptMtochtldrentl-uI CavrtcrU cures Colic, CoMtlpAtloa, will be replied to by modern settee, and is thoroughly sur- liquid diet in consequence of a littlo in- tion. Mr. Barnaul Dtofcnjc taUon. gjjr 8j I recommend I rounded by boulders, some of them CO discretion of which Monroe's friends aro two of eastern Kentucky's leading lights, H. A. Arciii, M. D - known to me." ration, nd Pulllit So. Oxford St,, Brooklyn, N, Y. 1 Without injurious medication. feet high. There is a cool spring near amazed that he should have been guilty. Hon. John II. Wilson, and Col. A. H. I'ulluianWestibulfil HufTet Sleeper Uunjet Chair Cars on all trains through to by and ferns in profusion form aJ splen- Monroe is a man of deliberation and Clark, Commonwealth's Attorney for man Thb Cmsrxvn. Compamt, 71 Murray Street, H. T. Chicago without change. this district. .Monun and get the Best for the least Go via the did carpet. Overhanging this lovely few words, and having occasion to remoney. For information address Charles P. Ball, Sr., aged G4, died place is a huge rouk which makes a per- buke his oil wheel horse for some flaJAS. BARKER, G, P. A., Chicago. W G. CRUSH, D. P. A.. Louisville. fect shelter from either rain or situ. It grant violation of regulations, he de- - suddeuly at Danville. Centre College Academy t ile-dr- y j to-da- y j - r tph-iuh- d Tlie Session of tliis Institution Bejjins Sept. 9, A Hiorao Boarding Training apartment I avi-ttant- k vice-presid- luitl.-li- 11 e d dry-good- vi-- THE WIlLILAilB Kates Per e, j ; THOROUGHLY IMPROVED. 1 1 health-seeker- s ll de-fa- ct Manager. 1 -- - The Old Reliable Jeweler ii in the Lead. I, A-- v ' tfu-j-- e ffeA. R. Penny deK-riptioi- Detii-isni'- rf"5 "L 11 Watclics and Jewelry - rtWFZ j -- -- - -- - s d d i Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, SHINGLES, FLOORING, CEILING, BLINDS, ASTD P p WOVS1T SLAT FES7CE. 1 FIRST CIX&SS LTOBUR YAKD. IS The lost Popular SALT ed serf-bath- s ltHsDIBfiBHHMOsHL to-da- B. FOSTER. GROCERY" '! Go to A. A. WARREN'S Meats, For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Dried Apples, Peaohes and Primes, Rice, Picliles, Preserves and Jams; t Iluck-ten'- CTIOAG0)i oalklts-WjISST stave-haule- Infanti Children. t . -- -- . lV T raiMWyvt.'y''v.ni,r;,Tfi-in,j...,- l .- - y !! 'uWl lffl Tl. ,., . 1,1 ,! IM 1, .1 '' Wl li, lH M J Bill 'flaMaggafrr' iyi.Mlwiariiwjiayiiiypii.jau.a f'tMmnf'tmmm0itimt f J'J" ill in mn w. .iyJi.i.mjIiwyniiiiiHpl U." 1. ' 1 i Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal W. P. WALTON. 41. tr" Stanford, Ky., A July 14, 1S91 Flag of Truce. ai M w i i- H t1 it : r I ;i A. idea of the enormous and outrageous amount of appropriations made by the ."ilst Congress may be had when it is told that it would take the government ho took to his heels. Mr. Teal mints coining silver at the rate of was not so very wrong. There is a cera month till 1!U J to make enough of reciprocity, so tain, incongruous want money to pay them. It is the duty of speak, in this thing of lighting at to It has been the policy of tho people democrats to put the seal of their conlong range, as the recent passage be- of Kentucky, in the formation of the demnation on this republican profligacy tween this paper and its big cousin, the several constitutions under which they every time they uo the polls. Courier-Journaexemplifies. For have lived, to prescribe the qualifications Tiik more the lailuro ol the Keystone some days since with naught but of tho officers who servo them. Age, National Bank, Philadelphia, is investiwe bent oil to this good will in our heart residence and citizenship have always haujdity city relation a w hole bundle of been hold to bo of prime importance. gated, the more the sainted Wanamaker is shown to be a wolf in sheep's clotholive branches, while at the people of the whole State ing. In other words, his motto seems hauling us, Neither the moment it was engaged in nor the people of a county are willing if you can, over the coals in the most servigrous that an alien shall represent them in the to be " get money honestly but got money. " l lie latest developthis game of manner. Again, later in administration of the aflairs of governments put the pious postmaster-genera- l our wrath becomes en- ment. in a worse liuht than ever. kindled and just as we have painted our It would naturally have been sup and set visage with reddest ot posed that our recent constitutional conOnt BarbourvlUe correspondent loose the dogs of war, lo up comes our vention would have recognized this fact. the greater part of his letter, which adversary as smiling and gracious as Home rule is dear to the people of Kenwe omit, to the editor of the London bummer. A plague on such a misfit war, tucky. They are opposed to surrender-in- g Echo, forgetting that our space is limand a truce to it. it to those who from a want of resi- ited and that the game is too small for The dispute, after all, is over a matter dence or citizenship among them are not tho ammunition. A harmless imbecile which isn't particularly our business, in sympathy with them. And while, if He is not deserves a commiseration and a querulous continuance of it will left to the exercise of their own choice, the proper subject either for ridicule or lead, as our friend Carlyle might say, they are not likely to ever delegate a censure. Mr. Watterson is big enough public tiust to one who prefers a citizenIn the oratorical bout in LouUville to take care of himself and old enough ship elsowhero, it would have been well to know better. The fact is we hit him had the constitutional delegates em- between Cols. Bennett Young and John chiefly because he stood so fair and be- bodied to its fullest extent this natural .M. Atherton, on the New Constitution, cause (for we are an Irishman and not a and wholesome sentiment of the people it seems that the former got tho bettor "Welshman) we loved him. He is a very in the constitution. But this they have of the applause from the groundlings lovable man of genius, and much can be not done. County judges, clerks, attor-nev- and tho latter the better of the arguaccordiug to the judgment of forgiven him upon proper repentance surveyors, coroners and jailers ment and confession. Hejs also a sagacious must be of a certain age, citizens of thoughtful men. observer of the political Kentucky and residents of the State two Gov. Camchei.l seems to have made and may even he by possibility in the years and of the county one year next his calling sure for a renomination a right sense that all things are possible preceding their election. But sherills, chief executive of Ohio. If he can make in this quarrel. constables and assessors, so far as anyelection 6iire as easily over McKin-ley- , At all events, in withdrawing from thing to thp contrary appears in the con- his is dollars to cents that his name this barren logomachy, here's hoping the stitution, may be under 'Jl years of age will it on tho next democratic national be result may pro'e him to, and that before and may be moreover citizesor residents ticket. we y the summer mellows into autumn of the Kingdom of Great Britain. may meet somewhere in all amity why All of his newspaper friends regret it may be regarded contrary to the old Crab Orchard where in all the spirit of our institutions for an unnatunot at that Editor Sam M. Gaines has been circuit of the sun the mint is greenest ralized foreigner to hold a civil office, but forced to chamjo his spaikling and hearts are warmest? and crush to- certain it is that there is nothing in the to a weekly. Maysville ought cergether such a "cup of kindness" as will proposed constitution which prevents a tainly be able to support so good a paper wbbIi from our memories all taste of bit- citizen and resident of tho State of Ohio as tho Common ?eal oven if it appeared terness, and make Leftenant Logan's ca- from holding the ollico of sheriff, asses- daily. pacious mouth, which is not to be in it, sor or constable in Kentucky. It is not The Newport Journal has been chang to water for a month. to be presumed that the convention was ed to a daily with Mr. Frank Connelley wilfully unmindful of the great importFavors For the Rich. as editor, who gives evidence that he is ance to the people of these offices, but capable of doing what is expected of is one of the favorite platitudes of It the omission to prescribe tho qualifica- him. ttte advocates of the new constitution tions of the incumbents of them is an that the bantling of the 100 wise men is additional evidence of tho slattern, slipNEWSY NOTES. the constitution of the people, that it al shod way tiiat body executed its trust. ". of men an advantage lows no man or set Fire at Jennings, Mich., destroyed As to the sheriff, the only requireover any other within the Commonmill and lumber property valued at ',ment is that one shall be elected for a wealth. If this were so it would, in fixed term. As to assse&sors or consta- 000,000. truth, be a tribute to the impartial spirit The Lake City tFIa.) Bank and the qualifications "shall be the animating the organic law under which bles their Citizens Bmk of Nevada, Mo., both same as those of the sheriff." After it is proposed wo shall all live. Hut does their election they shall reside (Sec. 21o) burst Friday. the instrument itself justify this boast? within their respective counties, but beJim Bailey, negro, was taken from Let us see "The general assembly may the jail at Beebe, Ark., and hanged by fore and at the time of their election authorize any incorporated city or town they may reside and have their citizen- a mob for rape. to exempt manufacturing establishments The jail at Lexington, built at a cost ship certaiuly anywhere within the from .municipal taxation, for a period not of S'W.OOO, was completed last week. It While Sec. 2 IU inuy afexceeding live years, as an inducement I'nited States. 150 prisoners. ford partial relief, it doe's not relievo will hold to their location." Thus reads the conA threshing machine boiler let go against tho possible evils of what is usucluding paragraph of Section 170. Vincennes, Ind., and eight men ally styled nouage. An IS year old boy near against capital may be quite popular and may possess were killed and wounded. The communistic howl At Ellis, Neb., a father killed his and corporations has been and continues unusual gifts, but he lacks that stead! wife and four children and then ended be the battle cry of the pro constitu-tionisto ness of character, that maturity of judgEquality in taxation is their ment, which are demanded by these im- his own unhappy existence. Mrs. Nil n rod Harris died at Harsupposed high tower of argument. The portant executive offices. rodsburg from a bioken leg, caused by bubjection of corporate property to the With circuit judges under .'Jo years of paid by individual age and sheriffs under 18, the good old a loose plank in the walk turning and same rate of taxation property is their buckler and shield. State of Kentucky will make tilings throwing her. She was SI. A negro lunatic, yho wascommand-e- d How false, how Ivollow, how insincere is whoop ! by the Lord to drive out all devilp, the pretense that the welfare of the people is the great aim and end of the conS. E. Ehwi.v, the People's Party candi- shot and killed two colored men and a stitution, we have endeavoied to show date for governor of Kentucky, is a white boy near Olinstead, 111. The Ixniisvillu and Nashville Comgeranium. He left the in previous articles. dividend l manufacturing establishments presidency of the Farmers' Alliance iu a pany declared a Great the management of shrewd in- cloud caused by his crooked connection of 2 per cent, in cash. The fiscal year's under corporators, with an almost unlimited with the Tobacco Warehouse business, end, on June .10, Bhowed a surplus ovei supply of capital, able to take care of and the court records show that he in- dividends of fiSL',3 10. their own interest, long since paBsed Hie duced Mrs. Victoria Sanders, whose hus . Five Missouri murderers are conperiod of infancy, needing no aid from band had been separated from her for demned to die on the gallows on Friday, the government, are to be made the es- seven years, to marry him by making August 21. Eight persons are at prespecial pets and favorites of the State and her believe that a lawyer said that it ent under sentence of death for the exempted from paying municipal tax for gave her a divorce without the formal- crime of homicide in that State. Larkin Jones and wife were killed live years. There is no provision that ity of a decree. Succeeding in his vile the humble artisan, the mechanic, the purpose, he soon grew tired of his bar- while crossing a high railroad bridge blacksmith, ttie tailor, the shoemaker gain and then frightened the poor wo- over Pitman creek near Somerset. The may have a like privilege. He may be man olf to Tennessee by telling her she train struck the woman and the man a worthy and intelligent citien. His lit- was liable to prosecution for bigamy. jumping was dashed to pieces 1"0 feet tle industry may be advantageous to the The people's party will never amount to belo v. community. He may have arouud him much with such creatures at its head. The superintendent of immigration t immigrowing' family promising fair to beat New York reports that a We take it for grunted that every dem- grants arrived at that port during the good men and women. He may come ply his trade with zeal, and deal houest-l- ocrat, whether he be for or against the past fiscal year, as compared with for the preceding year. Next to Gerby his patrons. An exemption from constitution, which is not an issue iu taxation for live years, or for even one the campaign, will vote for the excellent many, Italy furnished the greater numyear, might be of material advantage to ticket which the Louisville convention ber. H. E. Huntington, late of the K. 0., him. But unless he amounts to the dig- placed in the field. It is one of the nity, the wealth, the power, the influ- strongest wo have ever had, there being a nephew of C. P. Huntington, will on KSTAllMSII- - no weak point in it, from John Young September I next go to San Francisco to ence Of a MASl't'AVTUM.Nfi mknt the State has no use for him. Even Brown for governor to Swango for regis- become assistant general manager of the the town in which he lives, though its ter. Lincoln couutv can m relied on to Southern Pacific. On the 1st of Januauthorities might desire to do so, is for- give it even more than her usual ma- ary Mr. Huntington will be made genbidden the privilege of giving him an jority. eral manager of the Pacific system and , Southern Pacific. exemption. The Harrodsburg Democrat thinks Oregon lines of the Bank, of Louisville, Favoritism in Government is about as that John G. Carlisle's opinion- - that the Tho Falls City despicable a thing as can he imagined. people of Kentucky would make a great chartered in 1853, made an assignment But when to favoritism there is added mistake if they udopt the new constitu- Friday. It lias a paid up capital of which with its other nominal assets Pharisaism, it would be better to have tion is worth the opinions of 40 Joe despotism. The blessings of govern- Blackburns and u like number of Ben- run the amount up to a million and a ment should descend equally upon all. nett Youugs. And no one who knows quarter. The liabilities are stated at Its punishments, when uecessary, should the men thoroughly will gainsay the $431,300. The enormous contraction of the bank's general deposits from $1.300,. be impartially administered. But these proposition. 000 to $200,000 necessitated a contraction truthB, so universally accepted, cardinal " It was the best speech I over listen- of loans, all of which produced suspiwell established in the popular sense no of iustice that they have long since be- ed to" was heard on all sides when cion and finally suspension. There is no charge of crookedness. come truisms, are set at defiance by thu John Rhea got through last evening. l, e, "D n me," said private John Teal to bis captain on an occasion during the late unpleasantness, "d n uio if I can ehoot at men that I ain't mad at and that I can't see," and thereupon, not constitution. It holds out the horn of plenty to those who are already rich. It allows them immunities and franchises which it denies to the poor. It gives them government aid which they do not need. It imposes upon the poor the burden of paying municipal taxes to I e expended for tho benefit of the rich. And these things it does, professing through its priesthood, to be the people's anchor, the laboring man's safeguard. Among its many conilictiug and utterly irreconcilable provisions, thero are none more .striking and none more disgusting than those which, iu their turn, choke the bicath out of corporations and then choke the breath out of tho people to italize the corporations. Since the transfer of tho Weather Bureau to his department, they speak of Mr. Busk as the Prophet Jeremiah. This is pretty good, but it is misleading. An exchange very truly says that theio is no prophecy at all in connection with weather forecasts. They are founded on correct telegraphic reports of weather conditions, and careful scientific estimates on what tho weather will probably be. self-sa- cross-purpose- s, war-pai- do-vot- Treasurer Noland, who robbed Missouri of $:0,0C0, was given two years in the penitentiary. J, 1). Gaines, formerly of Lexington, Ky., shot and killed the city marshal of Texnrkann, Ark., in a quarrel over a trivial matter. A young man was found dead in" bed Findlay, Ohio. An autopsy showed at that death had resulted from excessive cigarette smoking. An 1'nglish syndicate is said to hao given $1,000,000 for Sheffield, Ala., Ijind Co's property and the Alabama Iron and 1 will take old gold Hallway's plant, including three largo furnaces. Charles Hogers, a boy worked two It J MiKolll.M. s for $3,000. Ho Memphis cashed all his winning tickets and sav ed all his losing ones as evidence against the proprietors for selling to minors. Bather than stand a law suit, hu poolrooms paid him $3,000 and quit business Tho burning of Biirkhardt's fur house, Cincinnati, played havoc witli the seal skins. There were about 000 destroyed, as follow i : Jackets, about 00, sacques, about 200; new markets, about 10'), novelties, about 100. ltesides tho nvKn-there wore between 7.000 and s. 000 plush or soalet garments. There' were also about 200 sealskin sacque stored awav for tho summer by Indies. Ex-Stat- o EMI E0BT. FEXTZEL, t' WATCHES, CLOCKS A trlii OH IWW, Wjr Repairing neatly and promptly done. All Work Warranted. or silver in exchange for goods. Fiue,'Watclics a Specialty. W 11 (Stanford, Ky.) IIU.tilN-.. I pool-room- I NEW FIRM. & McRoberts Successors to Higgins, In e ' CRAB ORCHARD. Mrs. " I CLOTHING, (ilCNIS Staj; &piclto1erts,G(lculcrs s, trade-wind- s, word has been granted a peniou under tho new law. Pi i .1. W. Smith is asistant day clerk .i Urab Orchard Springs. Mrs. Allio Philips opened school yesterday at Walnut Flat, and W.J. did the same at Ephesiis. Mr. Jack McCall, who married last week at Columbia, Tenn., accompanied by his handsome wife spent a part of this week at Mr. and Mrs. Ike Heron's, the latter of whom is a sister to Mr. McCall. It. II. Brouaugh Mild to Hichiiiond nriu-a huiiii oi piaiu yoar-oii steers, weighing 70) pound, at 3c. He also sold yoke of cattle for $75. Hob-ort ('. Bogg. of Madison, sold to It. H. Bronaugh 1 fancy combined horse for Sarah Ed-inist1 ' j ' FURISSSSHINC1COOOS 1ST El O ZKTWTEIR, HATS, TRUNKS AND VALISES, it m il vm mw mw i 1 MEN'S AND LADIES SHOES , $175. 1'03-sibl- ly Madamjltutuor, and by the way she's a knowing old gal, 6tates authoritatively that there will bo a wedding hero pretty soon that will surprise folks. It won't exactly be a union of May and December either. The prospective groom, however, is a widower up in the 10's, and the posesor of a goodly portion of ' t le earth aR well as some of the fatness thereof. The would-bbride is a Fweet, sixteener, and as pretty as a new blown rose. Watch, wait and he mute! ' e V VWriiW X VERMIFUGE WHITES tim r .t s - w nan jh? c& m va n& im m m mr at : V3 r fh im t. a vfjm m va h. m x "'-- i x s. T' CREAM HAS LED ALL ntEMRED BY WORM REMEDIES FOR 20 YEARS SOLD EVERY BfiTFLE GUARANTIED RiCHARDHK-TAYlOR EVERYWHERE. Tho (Sunday dram-drinke- r lierer-hon- ts MED. CO. ST.tOUIJ MO. :?-- ! ts. sweet-scente- d semi-annua- 40-",t- y 32S,-00- 1 SUOO,-00- 0, is clothed in sack cloth and sitting in ashes, so to speak, bewailing his hard lot. Judge Egbert issued a ukase Sat- - t unlay, prohibiting under penalty of a heavy tine the opening of and other drinking establishments on the Sabbath, and providing for arraignment Mason's Fruit Jars, before his court any person suspected to iu the lea.it under the influence of be Ring Top Jars, liquor, who, on oath, must testify whore Fruit Jars, Sealing it was obtained. This is just what bus been needed here for some time. Wax, extra top and since tho Hon. Font. T. Bohbitt took the stump against the new constiRubbers, Jelly Glasses, tution, lie has necessarily been compelled Hrass and Porcelain Kettles. to be absent much of his time; and his Sunday flock at the Christian church has, in consequence thereof, been bleating for another gentle bhepherd. At an election held Sunday morning Mr. Stuart was chosen superintendent -Min his stead, and .Mr. John Carson whrJ installed as secretary. Both of these young men are earnest and zealous ; and the school, under their management, should wax and grow iu numbers ami interest. T. II. Carson and wife, of Cincinnati. Is Receiving His are at C. O. Springs. Drs. Pettus and j Beazley went to Dilliou's Wednesday on a fishing expedition, but as the river was "up" they came hack Misses Calthn and Henry Fish left Fri day for Madison county, where they Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give uim a call. will spend a couple of weeks with theii sister, Mrs. Dr. Jim Black. Miss Allio Hardin has returned from Danville. W. F. Kennedy and daughter, Miss Nannie, qf Hussellville, are here visiting relatives. Mr. W. B. Burk, the L. & N.'s t rtftuw ffl ttlrrtru Clmvn Wnrrn. tintnA tf !&-- . lUiclne, Win., Myn: "Arwrtrjlnj; Of popular "night man" at Junction City, every known remedy, IrcmcncU n luro lluncli sumhas been enjoying a portion of his or two yenm MundlnR, from a 3 ycur old ally, with three application of mer "lay oil" iu these parts, the guest of Mr. Frank Dillion. his brother-in-laMrs. F. Arthur 'iller, of Noblesville, ltllhobctnrcparfttlonItinvevcruMxlorhrnnl! Iud., is here on a visit to her sister, Mrp. of. 1 bcnrtlfy recommend 11 to nil llorbuuiuu." J. F. Holdaiu. Misses Liccie and Daisy 'chaie hundreds of inch tetlimonial. Lynn spent Sunday with Miss Maggie A rrlw.tt.aoprr bottle ABkyourdruRRlRtrorlt. Ifho Middletm at her picturesque country. A(1d not keeplt.w rxl us 25c. iUoi in or Mi it, fur trial box. home. Mr. P. II. Cormly, after it couple kDK MARK. A W. II. I)I)V & CO., Whitehall, N. Y. of weeks visit to friends and relatives in this vicinity, has letumed lo Louisville and to Jacob's Park police force, aint, .Mm Nfwland, be tlnidly prehent-c- l ticket, and witli which he is now doing duty. E. the check, detiiandint! K. Higgins, tlio gallant and popular thnt ntllcial refusing his "paper," 0 Louisville, drummer, is summering here Krew wr.ithy, and for u few luiimtcH with the home folks. Dr. J. W. Grant, iiinde the air hut nd milpburic, with Iuh of Lancaster, was here Sunday. Hol- oatl.H. When the train arrived, lie daiu Stuart is "plugging" at tho depot. didn't tntir the co.ich, but contented J. W. Brooks is in town, himself witb clunblun Into the cab of A fellow named George Hasty, hail- the engine and uivinn tlie engineer and ing from ltockcastle, wad hauled up be- fireman u round or two of his profanity until No fore tho police court here Saturday and TheiihtihUdkedniidHtorined pulled up, when the mulcted $5 for drunkenness and disor- ill, n frcL'ht train, derly conduct. Loaded to the bilge w iih idea of Roinir baek to the ruu'iied jiills of mean whisky, he went to tho depot Rockcastle nmn entered Iuh muddled about 1 o'clock to take tho train for brain. So he tackled the conductor-w- as, home. Having no money with which of courflt. refund a ride; and open-in- s was to buy a ticket, lie produced a $5 check, ' bii"' machine, up lit .'ARTIST, payable to Champ Mullins, of Livings- promptly knocked into a cooked hat by railroader nnd left to ln ton, and indorsed by that gentloman. tho STANFORD, KKNTUCKV, This he evidently thought as good as a taken charge of Marshal W.T. Saunders, llai a firU'CtaM Ilarbcr Shop on Main itreet, 1'orttuan llouic.aml invites a lliare of gold certificate, but as it was crumpled who turned him over to tho authorities patronage Prompt attention tooutilde call your and prctal attention in ladipand chillrer. Work and worn and dated somewhere back in by whom lie was "let oil" with the clone in the Utct ityle with ntatneia and '85, nobody wanted it. To our obliging liht fine above mentioned. bar-room- s Fancy & Family Groceries v Hoi-da- .4.RUPuEY.-- wfttttM3H empty-handed- .! SpringiiSummer Goods I'W.-Ml'll-il i JAY EYE- SEE Y TM ; , j m w, WL!KuKE QUINN'S OINTMENT, E. H. FARMER, TONSOMAL cool-heade- d i Tl -- t - -- if - FHf !"" - IflHfi fH 5 VT--- 1 3"1 "T, rfff """Tr"' ' 'Hft'"""" ' " T '"I" """"" n - JVKn "VWTV Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Jiia" ' YiSvr Candies just received at A. A. Wnrren's. H. Stani'oim), Ky., Foit S.m.u. .TiO.OOO brick. M, 1891 W. II. Wearen. Nu 1: cottage for sale )o T M. Goodknicht. K. it or rent. Apply ready for H. B.O.WALTON, MEANS Bus.ManaRor BUSINESS. Yolii account yon. S01.K is due and Please call nnd settle. W. done ut A. K. Penny's. m u account 1b now ready. IMcush (.ill nud settle. A. U. IVnny. Havb your watcli, clock and jewelry repaired at A. It. Penny's. All work warranted. Hkmkmhcii that all silverware, wntehen, rinpj, Ac, boimht at A. It. Penny's will be ensraveil free of clmrce. PERSONAL rsi.KAvi.Vd beautifully nml artistically ' (lour. W. II. Wunr'cn. nirents for Lexington Holler Mill H. K.it Kvorv sack guaranteed. Foil Sam:. Cottage on upper Main Location street, containing I rooms. good. I Miss Liccie Heazley. sur-ry- have a nice stock of buggies, s 4-- and phietons, nnd will ell them at prices which defy competition. Joe SevM. Muxi.Kit wius here vestenlay. Mn. Fiia.nk Jo.nkh is back from a visit erance, Jr. to Lexington. Tiik Mt. Xenia school will bo taught Mim Kohk Sali.n((KI(, of Paris, Is vl&tt-i- this session by Mr. N. W. Hughes, and c Mr. Max Manes. it will open on the first Monday in AuMini. ISkitik .Mi'llrr, of Texas, is vis- gust. iting Mrs. He toy Kevins. Liukuty. Jmlge U. J. Hreckinridge Mil. W. It. Maxikh, of Xnslivillf, joinwill sHak nt Liberty next Saturday at ed Km wife here Friday. 1 o'clock nud at Midilleburg at night Mn. V. It. Coi.it)i an, our Millur&bnr,! nguinst the new constitution. reporter, was to tee us yentonlay. Miss Hettih Tompkins, of Harrods-burg- , Mm. it ItciD is HuH'crini: from anbeeHii the (Soshuu school ester-daother pcriodlenl attack of quinsy. with a full attendance and the Mivi Maiiv Alcoiin went to Ilarrods-iit- i: promiso of a successful sossion. yesterday to visit rtiliitivey. S. J. Pri i.i M and wife, of Piiik A P. O. ixscMCTOii examined the oillce are at his father's in this county. here the other day and pronounced it in MihsTii.uk Hm.i., of Winchester, i shape. He also took occasion the Kuest of Mimes Nan and Kit Uatih-inftt- i. to pay Mrs. Courts and Miss Warren a J i i.i:.I. W. Auoit.v and Col. W. (i high compliment. Welch went to Louisville on 1ck.iI busiTiik Sunday school at Pleasant Hill, ness Friday. near Highland, will give a picnic Satur I i;mt, Mtss ItuHi:r( of the Marion, day, 'ifith, when there will be exercises In , Female Seminary, is the Kuest of by the school, good speaking by distinMrs ,I.M. Hubbard. guished men ami n splendid dinner. Mn. J. (i, Cuti'KSTKit nnd children Fverybody invited. s are spending a few days with her Wiulk n crowd of eight from Crab at Crab Orchard. Orchard were coming down to hear the Mifs HoNinwooi) Hrw.MN accom panied by Mr. It. K. Hughes, were over speaking yesterday, their wagon broke and thev including Dave Kdmiston and from Siiudny. Miw. S. C. Tttti:iiKiiT left yesterday Joe Paxtou) were compelled to walk spend noveral weeks with the assem- from Walnut Flat, a distance of live miles. bly at bike Chautauqua, N. V. 9 Mn. W. M O'Huva.n. the clever h. A Cut. H.T. Hi'sn brought to this of N, au'eut nt .1 unction City, was here the fice a freak of nature in the shape of a sweet potato vine in bloom. Wu have other lay seeiiiK after his property. Mini Maky Mykiu has ono t spend beard of such a thing and Uncle Kd claims to have seen it, but it is the vacation at bur old home in Virgin-iii- , the tlist vine of the kind most of us where a happy time awaits her. I'nor. li. I. Fnv, our Waynesburj: over saw In bloom. (cube, has (jone to Lebanon, Ohio, to A niKKiAT carrying live carloads of lecuperatu within the walls of his Alma bound for High Hridge, Mater. was wrecked at Kingsvill e Saturday. MwnMii Sallie Coppapo and Jennie The larger quality of the melons were Dean, who have been visiting Mrs. Joe lost and the Kingsvillo people have Swope, returned to Itradfordsville, Satbeen feasting on them bince. Nobody urday. wasjiurt in the wreck, which was caused Musks. W. A. Peiiii and George Giv- by a broken wheel. en, of the Laurel Coal Co., at Pittsburir, were hero yesterday to hear the new Avu'ir. Report comes from the ((institution discussed. Fast Kud that n young man named Ken Mks. it. F. Hum, of McKinncy.andMiss nedy had been arrested for assaulting Sue Hansford, of Ilarrodshurc are visit-- I old Mrs. Nancy Adams, with whom he He is said to hnve iik Mrs. Iteuben Williams, nud all went became oH'euded. gone toher house drunic and when she to High Hridcc Saturday. Mish Hkttik P.wtox returned from ordered him away, struck her with a Louisville Saturday, and accompanied gun breaking her arm. Miss Mattie Paxtou and Jos. H. Paxton Tiikhk were 10 colored teachers examto Crab Orchard Springs. ined for certificates, eight of whom passMn. ami Mas. Mai'iiice J. Faiiius and getting a very high daui:hter, Josie, and Mrs. Josephine ed successfully, none grade. As a rule most colored teachers F.vatis, of Danville, have been visiting go to college; during the winter and iclatives in this county. ? for Mu. J. W. Pci.liam, of the Pension spring thus spending the money they have taught trying to better Otllce at WashitiKton, and wife are vis- which iting relatives in this county, and Mr. prepare themselves for future work. P. paid us a pieasanl call yesterday Tiik democrats of (mrrard have found Misi Ki.i.a Ti.Nbi.KY, the little beau- n capital candidate for the legislature in ty who endeared heiself to every one the person of Mr. Lewis Y. who she met during her slay with the Misses is not only worthy and well qualified, i:auhinan, returned to Harbourville yes- hut democrat in whom there is no terday. guile. The nomination was made by M It. J. HllKl KIMUIXiK, J. W the county committee, but the democraYerkes and C. II. ItodeH, of Danville, cy will ratify it unanimously when it were hero yesterday to hear the spek-in;- meets next court day. Garrard county wa also hugely PitusiiiKNT J. M. Hi'iiiiAiti) announces icpresented. Miss Hksmk Hkii.naiu), of Louisville, in this issue that the next session of little beauties Stanford Female College will begin one of the bright-eyeSept. 1. All of the faculty, including who has been visiting Miss Mary left for Cynthiann Saturday, Misses Hedinger.J Tipton and Howard, with numerous hearts danKling to her each of whom gave great satisfaction last wo are session, have been belt. glad to learn. The school is eminently Mn. JokS. Junks, a popular and successful merchant, of Stanford, was here deserving of the public patronngo and Sunday visiting .Mr. J. I). Swain, He the prospect for a large school is very contemplates the eestablisbment of a promising. wholesale business in the Johnston Tiik Chairman of the Central Com Hlock. Col. J. Somerset Reporter. mittee of Mu. An Oatiio.n, of Somerset, who Stoddard Johnston, was so pleased with spent several weeks at Itock Castle the articles in our Inst issue on the abSprings this season, asks us to state that surdities of the proposed organic law, lie was greatly benelited by bis sojourn that he ordered 1,500 extra copies by there and that Manager Campbell and telegraph, which were promptly printed wife did nil in their power to make it and sent him. They will be scattered in pleasant for him. every portion of the State and we trust will turn many votes against the new CITY AND VICINITY. constitution. At any rato our adverbenefit. Finkst comb noney for sale. J. M. tisers get a Mnywood, Ky. -t Ware, Fhidav two gentleinnn of the rond met here and both happened to bo Tub Central Kentucky Medical AssoOue had money the ITith, at named Thompson. ciation will meet other had none. The onb with the lucie Harrodsbuo;. , .set up the drinks for his lesa fortunate camo near being a little scene new found fiieud and soon got overThkkk during the BpeakiiiR of Mr. Ithea yeate- i- loaded. In this condition and fearing day, caused by a misunderstandinp, but arrest he prevailed on William Thompson, us hu afterwards appeared, to take it was soon over ond quiet restored. him outside of town aud give him a bed extend-ed;bVkbual invitations have been under a tree. When ho nwoke from his MiBa Ella May Saunders to u hop drunken sleep ho felt for his money to to be Riven by her at the Portman House find that it was gone. Then he swor,o evening. out a warrant against William, charging him with robbing him of Si), but ho was Foil Sai.k. A and 1 set of Bar Fixtures, nice walnut,, unable, to substantiate it 011 the trial, condition. Will sell cheap. and William was allowed to go on to in Address G. D. McCollum, Junction City Middleaboro, where he claimed he be onge. Ky. POINTS. n 1 1 y Fal-ii.init- li, lirfit-cla- "s par-int- m ts TiikSckakino Ykstkuday. Thoanxi- etv of people to hear the new constitution discussed was fully demonstrated hero yesterday, for they listened to .it from II o'clock till nfter 0. Hon. F. F. Hobhitt spoke for an hour in the forenoon, scoring some good points ?s. against theldociiincut, and a little after I o'clock, Hon. C. M. CUy, Jr., was introduced! by W. II. Miller, Ksq. Mr. Clay spoke for an hour, and even his bit) terest opponents agree that he mado n strong presentation of his side of the argument. He seems to be fully impress-- el be restock with;the idea that the railroads, and especially the L. & N., are grinding the we to case. people to powder, nml that the adoption of the new constitution is the only show to stop it. We hav'nt space at this Into hour to give even a synopsis of the speech, which wns delivered under serious diillcultics, but shall take occasion J in. to tefer to it hereafter. aan'l;, to folwool Hon. W. U. .Smith, of Madison, 1J. to lowed Mr. Clay, and he too made thu one-ha- lf best he could out of what we consider n all-wo- ol wry bad cause. His cry like that of Mr. s nnen' Clay was against corporations, and ho C(k,w wool Z2.S5. worked that demagogic scheme for all it ' was worth. It was i o'clock when Mr. John S. Rhea arose to answer the honorable gentlemen as well as he could in the pitiful hour and a hnlf granted him. Ho began by showing how silly" was the cry be against corporations, the whole stock in j Oil aud of the trade to A WA T: One who wading nt once into his subject made n to powerful argument ngninst the adoption Wi of the new constitution. He is a born Come booh. orator, nnd understanding bis subject, GcnsenQ he was able to make the most telling was jammed alhits. The most to sulibeation, but the crowd was bunt on hearing him and listened wi'li the greatest attention throughout. That his speech strengthened the cause in A. URBANSKV, which wo are laboring will not be deMAXES AXD nied, wesuppose, by anybody. Mr. Rhea Main Street, Stanford, Ky, evidently had the crowd, if the applause XKW ADVKHTISF.MENTS. is an indication, aud it wanted him to keep on after his time wns up. At the conclusion of Mr. Ithca'H speech Judge Hreckinridge, whowasail-vertise- d J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. to speak, explained thai hu Now i the time to la In yo.ir fu'l for thu Win1S91. didn't know of the other appointments ter at clitap rale . Senl $aj I'. the when he yielded to solicitations to speak Laurel County Coal Association K11II corp ot Coneratory and Normal School teat. hers. Superior course in Literature, ilutic'aml against the constitution or he would not Art Kxcellent boarding departmrnt. CataloRiles and circulars furnished on application. , anJ enter a hnve made bis. He is ngniiibt the con- At I'nubtirch, ar Ky their belt lumpFive lliinilrwJ coal on track of (joo) lluiheli should present delivery stitution world without end and could nt mine lorTraction oer qH- on Thu coalStiinfrd track al com you a give the best of reasons for it. Mr. in tar luad lots Smith attempted to answer Mr. Rhea, but the crowd was wearied nnd but few ATremained to hear him. THE CLEARING SALE COXTLyiJED AT THE . X.OUIS1FI1L1LE S A OxmjEi Prices are cut unmercifully in every department. Our must duced, not only on account of room, which is needed for our Fall purchases, but also for the cash need, hence you will find prices suit this OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. fen's Suits in three different styles at $2.50; mew's Cassimere Suits shaaes $4, ivortli 8 bU; men's att Summer Suits at $7.50, worth $12.50. Boys' Suits from IS at $2.25 and up and of regular prices. Children's Suits SI. 25: children's Suits at $2.50, worthed. J fen' Blue Cotton Bants Je; s Cassimere Bants $1.1 5; pants men's all Ladies' Slippers, indent leather tins, nt worth Clf and all othei Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Notions, Hats, Carpets Cloth, G-IYE- sold this week at greatly reduced prices. fine Roching Chair even customer buys S20 rth ofgoodsjrom us. It is not necessary buy this amount at one time. in and get your Eggs, and Feathers bought at the highest market price at c, will court-hous- e THE t LOUISVILLE STORE Proprietor. GABRIEL, Managers. Farmers, .Attention. Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September isl, ' water-melon- s, CHURCH AFFAIRS. 11 Kb-U- S. ;. STANFORD, KY., The International Convention of the FRIDAY AND SATURDAY- Young People's Societies of Christian Kndeavor, now in session nt Minneapolis, is one of the largest religious a"sem 'I hu Hotel, renovated and relurnUhod, U now binges ever held in this country. Near- In my charge and I intend to conduct it mj as to OFFERS ly 15,()00 delegates nre present from the tolt long list oi friend. Special accommoda lor commercial irnteicrs auu mm iuuiuikh States and Territories nnd from Canada. tion deploy of lainptc. : the : : A crowd estimated nil the way from Saloon A First-Clas- s 0,000 to 10,000 listened Sunday to Row T. For road, saddle and harness Hor.ses, Mules, &c. HeWitt Tnlmnge prove that "We Are And llll.l.lAUn and I'OOI. HOOMS attached. JOSEPH COFFKY. j7.,l Witnesses" at the High Bridge C37No fee for exhibition. Competition open to the world. and he had the undivided atIC. W. LILLARD, Sec'y, for catalogue to tention of the immense throng from beW. K. WALKKK, President. Lancaster, ginning to end. Seeing is believing, but Dealer in Foreign Jr Domeitic indeed on this occasion it was hnrd to believe that such n largo crowd could AND JLIQUORS, even after nearly nil be so Senn & Ackerman's and Milwaukee bottled seeing it. Undoubtedly the success of beer. lU Fan Jefferson street, bet. Floyd and Pretton, LOIISVIM.K, KY. Ste.im bottled the great preacher is duo to his simplici- beer, warranted to keep lv n.ontht. My oue saloon aud the Purtman be A1STD ty, and Instability to magnify the little willFertillfo'itid al Rowland i 6n. llros'., at tilings of life. It was a representative Kentucky crowd nnd n considerable im' provement on the nverngo ing gatherings. The beautiful women for which Kentucky is famous were on hand by the thousands. I noticed only Color two femnle representatives from Lincoln, Misses Mamie Lynn and Dovie CONSUMPTION that they Talbott,;imt it is SCROFULA beautifully held up their end ot the lengthy log of living loveliness. EMULSION BRONCHITIS -- Stoek Fair PORTMAN HOUSE, LANCASTER, - - KY., JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. July 17th and 18th, '91, - Garrard Co. -- 1 An Attractive List : of Premiums Send Ky. Camp-Meetin- H. FLBXHBB, WINES well-behave- d, W. B. McROBERTS, JETarELEH. DRUGGIST Has the Newest and Latest Styles of Wall Paper, Every Shade and of Alabastine; The Best and Barest WhiteLead and Oils; Ready Mixed Baints and Jfeal's Carriage Baints; Largest and Handsomest Line of Sil- Kl camp-meet- WHAT COUCHS COLDS well-know- n SCOTT'S CURES SllKTAW. DEATHS' DOINGS. Wasting LiEeasei d Mc-Kinn- theanti-Constitutionist- s, Many liavo gniucd ono ponnd per day by its uso. loss. Scott's Emulsion is not n secret Miss Nannie Kast. n remedy. It contains U10 stimulatof William Moutray, died nt his resi' ing properties of tho Hypophos-phite- a and pure Norwegian Cod dence nt Row land, Saturday night, of heart diease, aged 'JO. She was n mem- Liver Oil, tho potency of both UBed ber of the Christian church and wns being largely increased. It is Physicians all over tho world. both pious and exemplary. Rev. John by Bell Gibson preached the funeral serPALATABLE AS MILK. mon Sunday afternoon. Sold by all DruQvMs. COTT Sl BOWNE, Chemists. N.Y. declared H. .Vicstep-daughter Henry Chappell, aged 2, died nt Rowland, Sunday, of consumption, leaving a wife and aged mother to mourn his Wonderful Flosh Producer. verware, Watches, Clocks to do all kinds And JFWFLRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r of Watch, Clock and jewelry repairing. Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, day and night. REMOVED. -- Having Removed My Stock A commission has tor Newcomb, lute president of the L. & ... V Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, no s X., insane. Thomns Fitzgerald, superintendent of Richmond & Beattyvillu railroad, dropped dead at Xicholasville. A Cuban physicinn has discovered a euro for yellow fever. He pnts his patients in a refrigerator. Ho has not lost n case. .. jfr W": m tvo. tions, Etc., VSMk f i Sk CXLtbSsP Hack to my old stand on Depot Street, where rent is cheaper, I can sell you goods Cheaper than ever before. All kinds of produce taken '- To euro inilouncss, lintioii, Muliiu.i, LI 1 r 1 tlio safe ami cut Sick l onti- i"l131 rc.r.ct.y, - 'i'". tnlc tn exchange. y It is stated that Mrs. Jetlerson Davis has given her consent for the removal of her husband's remains to Richmond. Va. Lightning struck the house of S. l Anderson near Clifton, Texas, killing his wife nnd three daughters. The bolt also set the building afire and before the bodies of the girls could be removed nil were burned. w w H Br i'J' Eta il rsotJioS.UAI.I.MUofKil tMcilcanitotho llll,( AI113 THL M'r OOWNIEJiT. IfOllUv tSultrtVsIo for nil A,cm. ki SI SEASONABLE GOODS. Grass Hooks, Machine Oil, Farm Bells Lightning Fruit Jars, Mason's Fruit Jars Jelly Glasses, Price l itlior hIxc. !i"if, iv" IMMo. "P.10T0SMVUU 11 UU.AN3, J.F.SMIIHiCO.li.str.o. Tpmtrmm muwi(i!tQ)iiii'iii iMiiiiinD4iik IT.IOL'II HO. n IIZE. w VI I "' m FOB. SALE. 1,500 Acres of Ooar and Timbered Lands Hlue-C.ra- Cradles, Mowing Blades, Leonnard RefrigFOR MEN ONLY! Grain erators, Water Coolers, White Mountain tar six-pock- Pool-Tab- le first-cla- ss MkBtuaf Body and Klad. XMti VvHica m Vvu.t la AU jkbPammk HtMt, ItkU WiNUSOB Ml? KllUnl. Kl I. raUrn iii lAirtuuKuiii.ariiiTiorBUDT. In Eaitern Kentucky, at $10 per acre, orwould BinMan. IkMl.Ulr ufklll HOai TMITBHT-Kut- tu I. a ty. w tarni. exchange for Bcol a. iMtllj ltm to iLIm u r.rtlf CaulrtM. Writ tank W. C. PITMAN, addre bMCrlitlt. IhI. M.I..11IM u rhUVM4lci)lrM. t Manchester, Ky. Mmc Mil MCOICAk CO.. BUFrfcO.N. V. V..JBh. Bru? and bkavoub OAT -- or Miuxa 1 Pt Ti to j7-.4- Freezers, Lime,' Salt, Cement, Plaster Paris, Plasterer's Hair. B. K. ft CT. B. WEAKEST. J ' -- iJ - 'fPiiWPW f - tt"1 c. - . . T r. PPNPMCMMOWCWMCWNIM PWWWMHa f V fry , I rnrnm prancnaffr- -i .ly.fc.t W. .h Semi-Weekly Interior Journa; AT I' rubllBbod Every Tuesday and Fr day srVhen not fo paid S2.SO w'll Kt charged." K.C. LOCAL TIME SftRD. ( Train naves Rowland at 7.00 a. m., returning trades-peoplwho are never passed by at j:cop. m. when monassessor nor the L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ey to carry on the government is wantMail tram going North ....12 3 1 pm information, ' South 134pm ed we would, for our own Express train " South 1 13am as well as for the information of others " " " North 47jm Local Freight North ..659 am we know, good and true men, but ignoSouth- ' supra rant as we, be glad and thankful if some The latter trains also carry passengers. The above is calculated on standard lime. Solar advocate, of the proposed new constitu time if about jo minutes fatter tion, or it8 opponents, Kilted with Divinity in interpretations, would e, sul-licie- FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. A. S. U. Can Any Mortal Man Explain? THE STOCKHOLDERS OK THE (To the Editor Interior Journal.) SURGEON DENTIST. Bcazley Bros, bad a fine mare mule PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, LouaviLLB, July 11. In common with . II. McRoberts' Otlice on Main strett, over STANFORD, KY. of killed by a train Friday night. Dm Store, Stanford. my fellow citizens of every portion C. L. Honsley sola to Kb. Lawson a in the welfare CoiTsnanvnt,ieo,prM'Kobrm' M" the State, I feel interosteil L.C1IIU UUIIIHailJ j,nien 0ens property at the junction si.!oe, lot of cattle atSll.SO. ol Hjsi and rooiI jroveinnient of tho people, anil LIME ix-- ir lonvme ana w.iui tc pmc Jesse Fox bought of J. It. Russell i Arc notified that there will be held at under n constitution, wise, bftiiilcent, 10 the Firt National Rank, head S50 pound enttlo at $20 50. I will deliver Unit nt as Cents a llushel In Lanand well understood by thu common A promising jack colt belonging to caster, Stanford and the STANFORD,: : KENTUCKY! classes of our people by our farmer?, I will also liud on cars at Crab, Orchard, Uriel . . -- on laborers ami .Mr. S. II. Heid. of tho West Knd, died merchants, mechanics, tHH5 Dr. PRICE, DR. I.. COOK, r Cumberland Valley elet-tiu- ',pt AND BRICK. neigr-burhon- THE I 1ULEY " " .. new . ft x 1 HOUSE, .nut yesterday. Koity acres of good Well-watere- blue-gras- s for rent. J. lit Sr., Stanford. Foil Sai.k. A high grade Jersey cow and heifer calf. A No. 1 milker. Lot on J. U. Carpenter. ' J. W. Shelby, of Boyle, sold to 11 prmseasv. land S. Murphy, nt 73 cents a hundred Give we a chance. FRED KHLEGKR. Crab Orchard. 136m J F jj RlliEy, Proprietor, " H'-te- Wednesday, Julv 1:5, x8oi.,Lonc,on i ; fob, sa:l:si Main Street in Stanford Containing t acles. me lamttanx , .n m 10 select nine wircrlnrs t the same time and pla, e the ,M Hard of rrctnr. prepnrtd thin r alia hod loc,t All the .....1 nui r.wu mcir reu Ji r annual ICM'Sl ill tnemhrof the IWird re earne.tlv riuKtc! to be present. , VINCI'M' HORI'INti, J.S IIOCKER. C. ts Land Co in-- line. , ., !... Kentucky. an tftt-3 C 'a..A.t '. dl Sturv.rt .. ' ju err ' M l jn.net) omtnodate the n comcrie;.,. I RANK r dt-- RILh. Bourbon county party, nets mare for $T00. T R. WALTON, Stanford. n bar- - ' T v V If ,' II' M'4 ii- kindly explain to us through your valu12" We will drlner iccewh tr n, i i (,llw able paper or otherwise tho true and lit- Monmouth Park Saturday, carrying pounds a mile and a furlong in l:"t. OrSce South side Mam street, in oflict recently eral meaning of Sec. 8, bill of rights, wW&J$i Under 50 Pounds 1$ cents, ovnr Little Maurice Karris sold to Maurice vacated by Dr. I.. I Huffman, Stanford, Ky which reads in the new: Triuttm,' 50 and under 1001 cont, over suckliug Texas presses shall be free to every person who J. Karris, of Danville, n 100 3 of a cent. I pony for jliO. His brother Robert sold eczema, and all undertakes to examine the proceedings ' to same a yearling mule for $o0. rAVtsmFW'Mk3 ) M. F. ELK1N & CO., of the Kneral assembly or nny branch v , Bl TMMVJT' r'--l blood Uapt. A. J. liios sold his crop of of government, and no law shall ever be IK) bushels of wheat last week at In the corporate limits o Rowland made to restrain the right thereof, livKy. t ijr Twcrtri 'c t'i speak cents. Ken Wathen about 2,000 bushII J. DARST, Rowland. ery person may freely and fully subject, being re- els at SO cents and W. M. Ditto 1,700 write or print on auy bushels at So. The crop is being threshc ti r- -v It will in I crura I mi,. dt ', n Mik m ilir. , sponsible for tho abuse of that liberty." it for ed as rapidly as possible and the farm-eArticle S, sec. 0, bill of rights, in the Mi, tngali I'uints, relieve and cure St I onii. Chiias are selling as fast as they get it threshH. 'ia1;, IH'ttDit, CUvelal'd. old or present constitution, from which Bieckinndgo News. dyspepsia, nervous ed. Iulianaiulls ana the West, SMALL I'AIt.Ni. iitujic! Htr Itftuli,,. it., Sec. S in the new was copied, reads: Canada, New Liilami. ' miles from Yesterday wits another dull court as ahota j 10 aires in htaiifurd, coiiUinini; a.mut debility, and Acres. cultlation and all wed water "That printing presses shall be free to far as stock sales were concerned, but ed House has tkrw rooms PusttHtwn gnen Ilaltiwore WashuutMO. every person who undertakes to exam rinUd ijth. Apply tu me on the premises tired l.I. the crowd was tiie largest for some time. Jul Jt lest time to ljrrttdVurjr, Frankfort, K jo MRS K J. MOCK ine the proceedings of the general asKu iinneil, YIKlilMA Shortest an. A lot of mixed yearlings brought $i:.50; (. iuke.1 line to sembly or any branch of government, steers i!l and SOOpouud catwill you. and no law shall ever be made to retle sohl at SlU. There was a good deal strain the right thereof. The free comS hd Trains, cars, smoking"'" ariS Co. nes, I'litlinin lluluir Mwr thi nh with opinions is of horse swapping by a band of Gypsies, munication of thoughts and o it hsixe sia Chilian w, lliimlMi;im, Mrrtd but no direct Bides were made. I am ell prepared to bore wells and will the l..n fiikin,' direct lonim ti hii en ttult I' r kswi, one of the invaluable rights of man, and R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. every citizen may freely speak, write It is said that the wheat yeild in the work in a good manner and promptly vilie, Ahcsille, I.r' 1i'C and pmnls in the Pnichnse is enormous this year. A dis At One Dollar a Foot. and print on any subject, being responDENTIST. patch from Padticah says: S. K. Thomas Call in or address me at Stanford, Kent'iiVs, At ClattJhi.ja (nt iUaU,Caluoibu, U'iInmij sible for the abuse of that liberty." tt Office on Main strett, opposite Portman House, L.I SMI ill has just threshed 7S0 bushels from 20 l.n, Ctirlt.n. AiiitU, Mai on, Sarannah, ap stairs. Nitrous Oxide Oai given for painless We note here a little change in the llr mtaick, Lake City, I kotuasvillc oud I l.UHI extracting. acres, and Taylor Bond's entire crop of DA Txhiiis order, indicated by the above, made by STANFORD, KENTUCKV. the lily ce tui ni"i .lid trir witli choice 43 acres aveiagvd SO bushels to the acre. "we the people," Pul mm fVii,!,iir .,r I' Ucr the late convention, Car. to ji These are not exceptional cases, but are Mniil wiinw ,t Icr an) ! p.sf so called, and find in substance the missor Brt ln ni Mos .nrnrr) llunlsrille, Ii an index to the general yield. atur, P. V GREEN, Proprietor ing link back in Sec. 1, division Uh, bill HOMEOPATHIC SALVE, Hat me removed my l.r' r shun tr rra Kloienrr t .Mcmphu and i i It K ANSAS imiI, Tho Somerset Reporter reports that S'.o't-of riuhts. where it is emphasized by a anil iiux kr mercial Hotel, I am iirtiiaretl to .u wnvnltK laS!in,Mj ,i msl uln NKV OR Hi, rt innf'ti n maile m ioytbinK they may bile diesasweilas "The right of Wolf k Catron bought 21 hogs at 3c, I have recently taken chars this Cures cuts, bruises, old sores, skin diseases, sharper individuality tsh and a of lambs at IU to He. Hotel and mteud keepwK " t it ptetent hifh n in my lin. Children aUo waited on. (jfl l.l'ANs without im.uui ti.it.fer for tvteitna Housi' n, Austin. . orns, bunions, piles, fistula, scratches, halter freely communicating their thoughtsand J KSSI". THOM standard. Special attention to Ike traveling InCoMimer- Ul burns, dew poison and bruises Wherever it has TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. And this by thu way is a George Jones bought a lot of cattle at public. used it has given wonderful satisfaction and opinions." been lb. and 200 Iambs at I to lj, and The only lhiowh line In Jackson and i ksbur, its propensity lor removing soreness is remarkafair sample of the work of "we tho peo- 2.:S per Mim Shrep.1 L , makinir .tire, t .oiinfctio. ble. Numerous testimonials will be secured and First-Clas- s fc will appear in this space at a later date. Made ple" in convention assembled. This sold to Lynn l'rewitt 100 sheep at St. NA I I0NAL BANK :.Jrlri.S,Xi."SWc,,,l and sold by & Catron bought two car loads of In connection Also hashing up of articles, inserting a por- Cowan r J. B. 1IIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. Ol hi ANIURD. K lambs at 4 to 4i and 55 stock ewes at TEXAS, ARIZOIIA.MEXICO.CALIFOnNIA. tion in one section and a portion in anPool and Billiard thu better it would seem to hide $2.50 to $5. Kr thr.H'ich rale dure, t county Mai., and tjl other, ml rmaliun aJI H Agent at lunumn Ciiv, K SHELTON HOUSE, their plagiarism, as they mark no Capital Stock cradd'.ss HlANh V WoOILKV. Tiav Pass Act I.exmrton. K "Because a young man In a sash ;unl quotations give it all to us as their own IJ 5 KDWAKDS, Surplus 16,500 D MM t.KK. J. H GREER, Proprietor, production after long, weary months of r pair of yellow shoes ouu afford to go (, V A T A.. Tu. Msuir f the public is inwteit to the fact Attention Cintirriti O away and be n masher two weolcs doesn't - study and investigation. that thu i i he only National lln. in Stanford Untler the provisions cf the National Rank Ait. But to our inquiry, "printing presses prove that ho can nfford to marry," says .IF tot' ARK t;iii:..... I have finished ror new Saw Mill on the Soraer accommodations at reasonable rates. dr tutor ttr .ecu red not only bv the capital tut ike, 7 mile from Manlord and .irr nrenared stock. tin l ov ine iiKuniiio.fs iiadsiiiv ror iiiu.A-.nnv- v. Open day and iui;ht. Sample room and Rood livery shall be free to every person," etc. tho Philadelphia Times. ..-- . OK VL' KSi'J I 1 M '1 toiurnisn aut kinu ot 1. 1, in connection. sill.M.i.r.s. amount enisal to the stock, so that depositoss f v What we want to know is how are they I will sell the , at LOW KM- TRICKS. Ac thi InstttutsoH are seemed by a fund of J It is gratifying to note tho interest tho the milt or deliver, to suit purvhaMrs. Give rive sworn statements of thccosiditsoa nf l bank free to every person? Is your printing THR me a trial. I'tsttoMicc, MAYW OD, KV are made wsch year to the I'uitod States jbv emA G I.anham I will deliver sawed ihetinut shi.jl.s at StanJohn It, Cattleman. press freo to me in the event I was to republics bouth of nn nro taking in the inent and its assets are esamtned at stated isasea or Kowund st i .ij i.cr .M. by (OverHment agent, thus seiurmj; .tddililosul undertake to examine, etc.. and in what Columbian fair. Ecuador will build itw lord y A II. 1IASTIN and peifcl safety to deposiiors. own exposition honses, Mexico will This institution, oririnsiiy esUbltaked as the way free? The freedom granted seems Deposit Hank of Stanford la ) thsrn contribute, nobly, and nmong the rost as the National Rank ol Matsivrd la li6 and absolute and unabridged. Can we go in FOR CASH ONLY. Costa Iiica has appropriated $50, the l'lr.t Nalnmal Rank of a;ain and take possession of your printing littlo in lias, has had practically an 000 to givo her products a bend oft". KiDdlni? that I can not make a detent liviiif bv Sunlordexistonrsrof s vears tl is Mter supnllsd press and elbow you out of your bf lire ? Louuyiitt 4 NasMvitic n. H doin: a credit business, I have decided to tu all new with lacllitiwrortraNS4ctinssinsiiaaiK buggy and waguti makibf Iv and hboratly tha ever before la its ! of my aad Or can it be that every man who "undercash only for cash, A country that cannot print its own and repairingyou can setand fardone cheaper ity honorable ateer. Aeeosusts of cerawraUoas, tida- paym cash as work takes to investigate" is to be freely furIs P e line f uh , j. its paper money must bo in a bad way, yet well as avoid the humiliation of having statement ciaries, hrms aHd Intllvidsuil rswaecMauy sssucted nished a printing press, so that he may presented every few weiks Hank is composed at The Directory of this WALTKR IMKLDS. i4.ira be as able to "freely print as he may that is the case with our hister republic T.J Poster, of Stanford; Turners tile, Ky. of Chili. The rebels have got ioaessioii M k tn e cunn. ti ( 1'or estus Rctd, I.lHftslacsMHiJj ; freely speak and freely write on any B A1113EE & ASTLEM W. la ydm, Stanford; free- of tho nitrate beds whence Chili drew J. subject?" "Any subject!" Is this LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI her government revenues. S tl. IlaMsansnn, Uacola; President ! I ! dom to extend to and embiace other MANAGERS, !. J. Miller, Mt. Vmnii. all point Bulmaceda lius nothing to run tho maV subjects than the undertaking to "exS. T. Harris Lincoln, THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. OF LINCOLN COIN- -' Commerce Building, Louisville. amine the proceedings of the general as- chine with, and resorts to fiat money. TV I nAGGAGI. CIIKtM.D lURUl't.H J.S. Mocker Sunfwd; But there was no company in the repub- I have am prepared tocolhKt you taxes for l)i. schuul tax to collect lor u G, A. Lackey, Uacosa; Agents throughout the South. sembly?" It would seem to ns that lic able to make tho bank note naner or Come prepared to pay all at one time districts. Far any iafermatsoa enquire of I hope T. P. Hill. Stanford; J A. CARPKNTKR. Aftut. none but the owner of a printing pres, Tirint it. SO n.liniili.i.rin. livw nl.Hrrml tn that everv tavoaver will trv to be first to stlla Or W. G. Welch, SUnfard. Stanfurd, Kj. M. with me or iiuc of my deputies mi Richard W. W. PKNN, Trav Pass Agent. W. P. Tai, Stanford. x tQ the Un,twl VT. A. THI3BLE, Local Affoat. his, her or its accredited agent could qv h A Newlatid, Samuel U . MenetveMKNIiFKK. Kv Junction C J. N have in our country the perfect freedom kank noto lullllufncturin Shenfl of Lincoln C. OFFK'KRS in 4im STANFORD. ICY. fully and freely print New York mmlu :?12i000t000 of of the same, or to J.S. Mocker, President; .. i, r ii'tfl, Sf., v... fliiu v.. .... nrtiur' money for tho Chilian republic. Tho .... nr iiiti' w,.. . Kill i. ii John J. Mc Roberts, Cashier. SALE. FARM A. A. McfCiunnv, Assistant Cashier subject. You buy your printing press bills were much liko our American )' I wishto tell prtately my farm of 45 aires, Mt- at considerable cost, run it at cotiHiuura greenbacks. "JIIVITK CiJivVWS HOUTJS." It is doubtful, though, uateil on the Knob Lick Turnpike !' miles from ble expente, uud it occurs to an ordinary whether they will over bo redeemed in Stanford1 and known as the Old henry Hrleht lomtortable he Irame dwelling contains plate - Tho Shortest and Quickest Itcuto from good repair mind that it is your personal and indi- gold. "T "n TiJT rooms and Central Kentucky to all potntn North Good alt T3 Address, water and locality healthful. X . iCvU U East, West and South-WoJLiAJ Kan vidual property, and that I would have SAMUEL, Danville, Ky J J. Llnobotwoon Lexington and CincinTUB GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR Thero Arc Heroes Still. ' Newport News . I). no more right to freely take it for the Valley Ci,".-:nati. Solid Vesti' ulea Trains to Is the world full of selfishness and purpose of "fully and freely printing" THROUGH TRAINN CINCINNATI TO MID Philadelphia Dl.KMIOROUGH and JF.LLIC. my own matters with it, than you would meanness, and aro thero no more heroes have to go to my stable and take my and no more lofty courage or self deny- Situated a SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, Baltimore, Now York, SCHEDULE IN KFFECT MAV 10,18,1. in beautiful valley on Dlx Klvcr, about horse or wagon for your use. Certainly ing generosity? Young Frederick 4' i miles east of Stanford, near the county road All points East and Southeast. SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, 4c. No I. No. 3 No , leading from Goshen 10 the Stanford ami Preailt. Only one niht out Iram Lexington, it cannot mean auythiueof this sort, but tho Princeton athlete, tho beloved crsvllle pike, will be open for those seeking a ijui PRICE BO CENTS. Ex. Sun. IVily. Ex Sun Corrected Tunc Card in Effect Mav t?, 1891. s Resort. pleasant and healthful the question is what does it mean ? of his father and mother mii1 of scores of et, accommodations will hummer Lve Cincinnati .. 8 10 a mi 8 00 p mi i he furnished to gtieMs P ra fcoxaSd uJok.tWOent Btaml,s for freo smplo ICliHt J found. Had the convention thought to have friends, n beautiful youth, nt tho thresh and, s the Springs have been very recently open. Lve Covingtan... 8 iS 1 tl I oi p in! i 6 p m maa ml Among 0 the terms will lie reasonable Hi ra Fast Mail leaves Lcilngton daily at 7 a am, Lve Falmouth... 11 J a m y 16 l ml 0 10 p n marked their quotations, showing what old of a manhood as full cf promise as ek, amusements will heilanciug, boating, the fishing, ny 10 jj P ml Arr Parts is Mt SterlW Hill in 11 10 p m 11 o p m 7 no p m copied into the new, that of a young prince or king, gave up etc Carriage will meet guests nt Rowland when Winchesters, Cilleltiburg8.,OUvarriving at Arr Lexington part of the old they Ashland u.15 pm, 11. i, notified The season ol i3)i "ill open with a f 13 i m 11 Lve Paris 5 a m 13.50 itseems to me wo common people could his splendid life at Long Branch to save Grand Fictile June 13. Terms for board can he Huntington r.xpresspm. 6 $1 j 11 Lcsingtun Haily at 6 15 Arr Winchester.. l 10 P ml i.tinticn leaves had by addressing pm 7)1M and would have the better comprehend- that of a simple Irish serving mijid. j., Wll.l. at Arr Richmond... v.h,. w,.... m...... t' ij, arriving Illll Arr Lancaster..,., 4 JS p m, 3$ J. F. COOK, Pror., Stanford, Ry. m S3 joj, Asnianu 1030 Catleltsburg m 3 is ed the amount and nature of the work Three servant girls, ignorant of tho din-ge- r Arr Stanford luntington at it 07 pin ABSOLUTELY PURE, AccojimiKlation, uallv, except bund.iy, Lve Richmond ... IS p m they did the changes made. A student of the treacherous undertow, venI FOR Lexington at s 15 pm. Win' hevter 7 lo, Mt. bier Arr Llvington .... 3 13 p m MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATHI lint; 7 45, nrilving at Olive Hill at 10 pm. in any of our high schools or colleges, tured too far and were caught by its tiddCo. Accommodation, dully except Sunday, leaves Lve Middletluiro 7 33 p m AND NURSERY PURPOSE8.iM did he or she attempt to palm oil" upon ly suction. Thoy screamed for help, r.nd Lexlugton at 11 10am, Winchester pm, Mt No. No. TAR-0ISterling os pm. Daily leave Oliveuvi 6 43 nm' No. 6 Hill CO.f Chicago, fifl tearher, classmates or society tho oration then young Brokaw, aware that he might OF STANFORD, KV.. Ashland 8 43 am, Catleltvhuig 9 0.1, arrives Hunt own would bo going to his own death, sprang to of another us their ington 9 jjani. Lve Middlesboro 6 38 a m For sale by A. R. Penny and M. L Bourne, or essay A.v Imiihiiek. (now fully organized and ready for business with stand disgraced. Lve Livingston 11 IS a m 53 Stanford. AVHt lloutul. their aid. os 11 46 a in Fast Mail leaves Huntington dally at 600 am, Arr Richmond. He was n fine swimmer, but the break Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. Catlettshurg 6 as, Ashland c 37, Olive Illll 3 jo. Mt Lve Stanford ... 7 00 a m o THE C, H. & D. 3 ii Lve Lancaster., Sterling 1027, Winchester 11 03 und arrives 7 30 a m ers cang.it him, washed over him and at is Surplus, . - - - A Cent a Mile to Detroit. 15,000. Limited 05 pm. leaves Hun'lngton daily at ao Arr Richmond., 10 15 a m Kxpreit His bravo Lve Richmond. , a 46 p m 6 03 a m The G. A. R. favorite route, tho Cincinnati, filled his lungs with water. pm, Catlettshurg 30, Olive Hill Arr Winchester., 30, Ashland Dayton Railroad, announces rate oi head showed onco and again gleaming Hamilton 40 p in 6 3S a m 301, Mt. Meillng 4 ji, Winchester 4 38 and arrives Arr Paris round trip between Cincinnati and S3.3tforthe 33 P m 7 4J a m SUCCESSOR tn THE LINCOLN NATIONAL. at Lexington at 30 pm. Detrvit on August 3, on account ot the G. A. R. through the cruel white foam. Tho last Lve Lcxiugton ... STANFORD, HANK OK 00 p m 7 00 a in 3 43 P m Accommodation, dally except Sunday, leaves Lve a the round trip Encampment On August and Paris 6 45 P m 7 a in Hill m rate will be $7 ae. Tickets will bo good returning time ho turned his face toward tho boat (Now closing up) with the same assets and under Oliveand 4 am, Mt. Sterling 8 2$. Winchester Lve Falmouth.... 4 10 p tn 9 S3 a in 4 )P tn arrives nt Lexington at 05 am. 7 13 3 P till Aug. 18, with n provision for extension till approaching to the rescuo he shouted Covington,,.. 5 4 P m IO49 a m 5 30 p m the same management. 6 37 Accommodation dally leaves Huntington nt6 33 Arr Sept 30, by depositing tickets with the joint agent Uy arc as loud enough for tho rowers to hear: fully provisions of Its chatter, depositors National fim, Catlettshurg 657, Ashland 7 u and arrives at Arr Cincinnati.... 5 30 p m IOSS a m 6 45 P ai at Detroit. protected at aio depositors in . Hill Except Sunday leaves Mt .!.r. e .. individually Sterling at St 55 pm. Winchester Ranks, "rancn o to. leaves Paris at "I'm exhausted! Save the girl." Then liable to its shareholders being held Five Dollars to Niagara Falls pm, 35 und arrives a the extent of the amount of their stock Lexington at 30 43 pm. at 6.'S- P m, arriving at 1&.?,,?.10'm '" m - a a The annual cheap excursion to Niagara Falls via another fearful breaker dashed over therein at the par . .i vine ai in value thereof, in addition to the " y m. Roller Extract, o. a the C. II. A- D. Railroad occurs Thursday, July Limited Vestibulcd Express runs daily and tat l..;.. r,......ii- - .'. 5 ,Q a '" "J" special excursion trams will run via 1 ol- - them both, and when the glorious face amount invested in such shares. It may act at "ivtng ,7n a m. No. ',leaves Mayiville at Pans at The executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as Pullman Vestibulcd lluffet Sleepers between Lou- 7 4?. at I so and cdo and Detroit and thence to the Palls via the appeared to mortal sight isville, Lexington, Washington, New Vork and KViV: " Tf ri' at. ,0- P nt. These traint ar. again it was an individual. nnnulir Michigan Central and will be (olid trains, To those who entrusted their buisiness to us Old Point Comfort. This train it made pnrt of the pi gunu.y, through coaches, chair cats anil cold and white in death. consisting of No. !. dally to all point! except Women, dc while mnaging the Lincoln National Hank ol celebrated sleepers. The round trip rate from Cincinnati or Ion which is daily excepts undav. Rowland Divis. Indianapolis will bejj and to Toronto and return you say thero is no chivalry left in the Stanford, we we here tendrrour many thanks and V. No. runs dally from cxingion to Cincinnati, trust they will continue to transact their business $6. Tickets will he sold July 30, good to return heart of man toward woman? Is .u. a rum uaiiv there with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt atten- East of Huntington on the C. A- O. Route. beAug j. No. i runs dailv from .11 ....:,.,. except the tion to tame, our twenty years' experience in Fast Muil Trains run daily except Sunday no more the heroism that will give its banking andas liberal accommodations as are con- tween Lexington and Huntington, Make direct Rowland Division, which is daily except Through Car nunJay No. 3 daily except Sunday. connection at Huntington with C ,V O, ; at Ash The through sleeping car service oyer the C, life for another? Thero is. Aye, thank sistent with sound banking. land wnh S. V. R. ; at Winchester with K C. R. jso. 4 daily between Cincinnati and Lexington H & D. and Michigan Central Railroads between no. 43 arts and Lexington Accommodation dai. R. north und south bound, and at Lexington with DtHECTOHS: Cincinnati via Toledo and Detroit and the fairy God, there is still as much of both ns IS OUR BEST FLOUR, ly Leavtt Lexington to.oo a. m. Arrives Paris L & N., L. S. and C, N. O. T. P. Railroads. island of Mackinac and the Northern Lake resorts thero ever was in tho-v.- . J.J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; Lexinuton and Olive Hill Accommodation dailv. 10.45 3 "1 season. These cars has been resumed for tho No, 8 Falmouth Accommodation; leaves CincinBUT EITHER except Sunday. Connects at Winchester to and J. M.Hall, Stanford; leave Cincinnati every evening, except Saturday, from K. C points and at Lexingtor. with L. A N. nati J'lop in. Arrives Falmouth 7 05 p m dailv J. S. Owsley, Stanford; at to o'clock, arriving at Mackinaw at 6 ao the except Sunday. R. R. for Louisville. next evening'. S.J. Enibry, Stanford ; No. 1 Leaves Falmouth ti 00 a in. Arrives Cln. Lexington and Mt Sterling Accommodation For rates, tickets, etc., address any C, H. A D. For Boils, Pimpies carbuncles, scrofulous sores, other diseases, take "Judge Morrow won another race at DR. W. . 33. PENiNT, Dentist. ICE, ICE Stanford, KJipc-cchr-- I Uf For Sale 4,-3- Twenty Building Lots oinsEa 1 aiTi-inirflix- Ayer'sSarsapariila that Sb.-rr- I n FOR ZEZEIfcTT. . ir. rxriMiVAoiu, I J v, , feeling. New Vork, Iloston, Has Cured Others cure l00-poun- d WJEjCI. .BOHXJSTG .1 hcf 'tj MYERS HOUSE, m a 1 i:i::: i !.. s't.-pu- t ih-r- uo f . - KWiil-ir- ni car-loa- d jis-e- ' - rs). It-l- ei. Sample Room FIRST Parlors. . tljfi-iy- THE S200,000 Rowland, First-clas- Kentucky. Bastin's Saw Mill. .miii-.k, , . s J lum-ber- 4 ,. ed JJ 1- -1 ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. 4j-i- ' - j SHOtor-rupt- fnsoranee Company, 0 horse-shooin- g, . Double Dally Trains 1 Aff I TAXES TAXES TOTAX-PAVBK- S rr ' j t. .. FOR 111 Kentucky GentralR.R. TAR 01 D J. ' (J-!- ! s jl-i- m Ai flTT'lTj' Jsiil ., COOK'S SPRINXxS, Washington, First-clas- -- .. Bro-ka- South-Houn- TARDSOAP D 111 . 11 Farmers BanM Trust , North-Houn- d, 1 Lex-In- gt 1 A-- 1 1 1 1 pCREAMiJ TStor SAT lbXOTOi,'Mr -. jmf 1 i - - m 11 - F. F. 1 - CREAM Extract 1 A-- COLD MEDAL, IDOL-KIN- G ' agent or E. O McCormick. geueral passenger and ticket agent, Cincinnati, O. The lest salve in the world for cuts, bruises, aores, ulcers, salt riieuin, fever Mrcs, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, coma and all sklr. erup . tions and positively curea piles, or no payrecjuir-edIt is guaranteed to gtva perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price S Ky. per box. For sale by A. R. Penny. Suotord, J. E. Lynn, Stanford; ob Bucklen'a Arnica Salve SILVER MOON IS A GOOD FLQUR FOR THE MONEY, Si When When When When Baby waa tick, we gave her Ctutoria. she was a Child, she cried for Castorla. the became Miss, '.ha clung to Cattoria. the had Children, she gave them Caatoria. A. W. Carpenter, Milledgevtlle; J. K.liaughman, Huitonville; J. F. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanford, Ky. S. II. Shanks, President. J H. Owsley, Cashier W. M. Ilright, Teller J H Uaugbtnan, General Rook. Keeper runs daily except Sunday, and makes direct connection at Winchester to mid from Mlddlealmr. ough and Richmond, and at Lexington with L. S. Ry. for Louisville. For full information in regard to rates, routes, Ac , apply to any agent of this or connecting lines E. HUNTINGTON, V. P. and CM., "lL "ta C. L. IIROWN, Iraftc Manager. Gen Pass. Agt. .G. P A, General office, Louisville Lexington, Ky. S. F. R. MORSE, Geh Psii.V,X,i C W, I1ARNEV, W.S.HARRISON, G M., Lexingtou.Ky T P. A., Ashland, Ky Oflice Chamber ol Commerce Uullding,CiiicInnatl MiMuiiflrrieVhroV1.h c?". ",m Cncinnattto Mlddlesborough and Cumberland Gap and all In. termedlate stations and runs daily. W. L MUNSON. Trav. Pass. Agt.. Cincinnati cinnatt 7 $$ a m daily except Sunday. No. a and 6 make connections at Winchester far V R't, E. D. points on the N. N. A-- .ty&s J w