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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891072801 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. - a- - ' ' "' Frsff ' " tT " ' k - Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. Bobbitt Dissects Ewcll. CitAii Okchaiu), July ell, of Lomlon, uiul K. CHURCH I Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JULY 28. 1891. AFFAIRS. i NO. 42 I MT. SALEM. BARBOURVILLE, KNOX COUNTY. To the Kilitor Interior JoHr-.-- l. U5.- -K. K. Bolthitt to-tlit- pliico Mr. Kwull is not one of the by tin' Cicero of the number olinlli-nj-tM- . MoutitaiiiH, nor loe Hobbitt consider 1 well bis peer, "Hut no man can invade cussed tin iiw constitution at thin my home dominion and I not draw my natd Hobbitt. weapon of defi-jc(JiiiU'U ctowd was out to hoar tlnin, two tiiirdrt of whom were rcpnbiicniiH who hud conn; out to iicar the man who had twice been their standard beanr for CoiiKrecH in the Kiithth district. Mr. I'.well made a pretty little Bpwch and when he touched the claim1 on Ma very he Ktt'W eloquent anil bin appeal to ti.e colored brethren was touching, telling constitution them that the prcm-n- . could nciiin make them wtwr the chains of slavery. Hut the nppluut-- was noted e," opponent had said and showed the new constitution in be the most ridiculous and damnable article ever penned by man. He was applauded by f hind iiud foe. Ah a man posted on the new we rank Hobbitt next t' John Ilhea. We are Btitislled that Mr. Kwell will never dare meet Hobbitt on this subject for not only is he more than a tnntcli for LnmcTh e.ifted ton, but he has the subject. As Mr. Kwell is a Christian preacher lie will pteach in this place Isow we agree with Hro. Kwell on his religion and think that should this now constitution and his politics damn him, m if he will stick to the Campltellite there is a chance for his soul. X. con-htitutl- hiU'iice. for hour", when Hobbitt came Ho npoko in the past we have never forward. Now been a Hobbitt man, but to do him jus tice he completely shook asunder all his dot-tri- In Memory of Willie Johnston. Willio II. Johnston, son of David S. Johnston, Johnston and Mrs. Molhe died at his home in Lincoln Co , Ky., on July '.'2, 1MI, aired eighteen yeats, three monthri and fight dus. The intellectu-nlanmoral attainments of Wllle H. Johnston were such as to entitle his name to an endiirinir record upon the wicred tablets of all hearts that knew him. This paper is not intended ns n pronounced eulogy to his memory, but rather as the truthful statement of the essential factors that were the formative forces in moulding n character that challenges our admiration. 1'irst, hu was trained by ihristian par-cinthewuy heshouldiro. Hisassocia-ttou- s were puro and kept pure. Hu was raised up under the intlucncc of the Sunday school ami the church. At thu ago of fourteen he made profession of Ids faith in the Savior, and became a member of the Christian church at litis tonvllle, Ky and tilled elHdently the otlico of secretary of the Sunday school until his death. In the nieiintiino he business eduhad received u cation under thu tuition of President M. (.J Thomson, of the Christian College, Hustonville, Ky., and had accepted business as cleric in the Hustonville National Hank. While discharging the duties of this position, ho was taken suddenly ill with In grippe, on March 2 1MU. During the progress of thediseace, his lungs became seriously involved, when it soon became apparent that no human hand could long resist its fearful advances or long delay thu fatal crisis. assured thnt his life on earth soon he closed, he gave everv must of a readiness to depart, and expressed the greatest concern for his parents ami for his brothers and sisters and for his grandmother Cloyd, who so faithfully had ministered to hi: comfort, that they all would meet him in the better lamb He also requested tho writer to deliver a farewell message to his Sunday School, earnestly beseeching all of thorn to meet him in heaven. July 2:1, at 10:30 a. m., his body was conveyed to thu Christian church in a very neat casket, accompanied by nix young gentleand n large men friends as ussemblyof neighbors and fi lends. After n short discourse based upon 2nd Samand other appropriate uel 0:22-2:the bodv was convoyed to the cemetery and there gently laid down to rest. After having been tilled, tho grave was soon covered by a thick spread of beautiful llowers, as symbols of the love of tho living for tho dear name and memory of tho departed. He leaves behind a character without fault. His young life was an honor to his father and his mother, to his family, to his comhis church nml to iiiB God. munity, to "Hut 'tis God who hath bereft us Ho can all our sorrows heal." d ut llrst-clas- fl Hon. M. J. Durham will erect a momorial window to his grandfather in the new Methodist church. Danville, says the Advocate. Itev. George Hunt will preach his farewell sermon at the llaptist church next Sunday, to thu sincere regret of many friends nml admlrcts. In the past century Protestants have increased from 37,0W,IKW to 1:17,000,000, Uotimnkt from nearly to lOJ.OOO.OO ), or The Ilev. Henry K. .Sutharliiiul, of the M. K. church, of Haxieton. l'a., has been convicted in the United States Court, at Kiie.uf sending obscene matter through the mails. The meeting at theMethodistchurch clood .Sunday night after a very pleasant and protltahle continuance of a week. There were no additions. Mr. Godfrey would have continued the meeting but for his inability tosccurc help. Hex. John (J. Paxton, the famous New York Presbyterian divine, in an interview in Pittsburg enid that the Preshytetiau church is on the brink of a revolution, but we suppose Hrer. Pax-tois more after getting adveitUcd than telling the truth. The Baptist church, of this citv, has called llttv. B. A. Dawes, of Mercer county, to the pastoral charge of the church, to liegiu September 1. In the meantime the church is to and a new carpet put down in time to receive the new pastor. Carllde Mer cury. It is said that several puople in Home saw the image of Chi 1st in tho Church of M Jacob open it eyes. Thoy told their friends of the miracle, and soon afterward crowds of puople went to tile chinch to see the image. One of the cardinals is making a careful investigation. Kmv. Frederick Fuerst, whoso amorous demonstrations toward one of the sisters at Bellevue, Ky., was iiilI with by a shawl pin which sho stuck to its head in his carcais,ar.d who was afterwards indicted for criminal assault, has jumped.his bond and skipped for parts unknown. The IxTisitioit Joric.vAi. Job Printing department is getting out a full report of the last meeting of the Kentucky Conference Woman's Missionary Society for Mrs. S. C. Trueheart, secretary. The treasurer's report shows that these good woman raised last year :!,00fl.71 for the support of their own missionaries in foreign fields. The Stanford auxiliary contributed 51.11. The organ has broken up another Campbcllito (Christian does not apply in this case, church. This time it is at Padttcah. During last winter, the ladies of the church raised quite a sum of money by frequent suppers and other devices. There were two uses to which the money could be put, repairing the church and buying nn organ. Kid. J. C. Tulley, a teal estate agent, who is also a preacher, chain pioned the repair proposition, and Kid. L. II. Sine insisted on thu purchase of an organ. The latter carried his point and a ?:1,000 organ was bought and n $000n year man employed to play it. The result was that the church was split wide open. The row culminated at last in an altercation in church between the two preachers, when Tulley is alleged to have drawn his knife and threatened to go for the intestines of Stine. Lust week the matter was brought to the attention of the grand jury, when Tulley was indicted for disturbing public worship. Meanwhile the trouble grows in intensity and outsiders are looking on with holy horror nt the final outcome. four-foltwo-fol- d. n here-frescoe- The 'people are brightened up at this place considerably since thb good rains and nrestrictly opposed to the new constitution. Farmers are making hay now while the sun shines, hut the meadows are very poor this year except in some of the river bottoms. We received a brief call from Sam Menefeu recently. He seems to be a hustler and is what might he called a "chip of the old block." George Wilcher killed n large rattle snake hist week, not however until it had bitten his favorite coon dog, which when last neard from was in a critical condition. We had a quiet wedding at Mr. G. W. Kstes' last Thursday at o'clock v. M. His daughter, Miss Annie P.stos, ami Mr. Kberlee Smith were united in matrimony by Hev. Long. We regret very much that your able reporter, Mr. K. Tarrant, has left us, but that clever old soldier can sling the ink wheie other men can't, and wo are glad to note his lengthy ami interesting items from any point he may visit even though he should some day wander otl into the no man's land. Mr. Daniel Lucas, of whom we wrote in our last, still remains in hard luck. A few years ago G. W. Kstes found a Ice tree in his woodland, but love money nor honey could not induce him to have it cut, but some parties came in tho dead hours of the night and cut the tree. He has since found n bucket lid which he thinks u good clew, also a portion of the leg of a pair of pants which indicates the hasty departure of the thieves. 1 Hon. John II. Wilson, Judge Tins-le- y and others spoke at the here yesterday in opposition to the new constitution to quite a good crowd. The Hev. J. C. Stuly nnd Miss Fan- -' nie James were mariied at the residence of the hi ide's father, six miles iu the! country, Thursday last. There was quite ' n crowd from town went out to witners court-house ' I GARRARD COLLEGE LANCASTER, KY. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. V. M. McFoil JSAii.. Kootl owus. Afee, Stanford. M. O. I have ID nice owes for enle. . Vniuleveer, Howlatul. Foil S.U.U. A liijih jjratle Jersey A No. 1 milker. cow nml lieifer J. U. Carpenter. Fok S.U.K. One Alilerney cow, one niilkera. all Jersey anil 11 Mr. C. 11. St. Clair. Tlie Paris News pays M. Kalm ship-pt'15 rnrs of fat rattle from there la&t 1 1 d catch-penn- y pall-bearer- By careful experiments made nt the U. S. mint it lias been shown that So aro lost by abrasion every time $1,000,000 in Koldcoin are handled. The experiments were conducted with bags containing jJo.OOO each, and it was shown that tho mere lifting of the two hundred bags making up $1,000,000 to a truck to be removed to another vault, resulted in the loss stated, and that their transfer from aer-vice- s, the truck again made a second similar loss. W. 1.. Wll.UA.MS. The second day of tho Danville Fair this year will eee the greatest trotting race in the history of Circuit, and it will be a the long time until as many good ones are seen there in one race. This will be in tho 22 class, in which have been entered Bonuie Wilmore 2:22, Lizzie Mao 2:22, Nellie W. 2:21., Heady Boy 2:25)1, Walter Herr 2:21J, and Sallie B. 2:2:tJ. These campaigners horses are all and tho race will he hotly contested. A GitBAT ItAiK. Blue-Gras- s well-know- n m K ery for Consumption, CourIis to Kive reli.l or money you nothini; and will surely do you a couKh. cold or any rouMe c :', throat, chest orlunss. Or Mils td , An earthquake shook up Kvans-villenight, but did no Intl., Sunday; further damage than to Bcare many people into fltp. Now Try This "d will cost wh Hockslein I vos tired of life. Gif mo some poison, and so I vill kill uioiuself. Drug clerk (jocularly) All right. What do you want arsenic or strychnine? Hock-stei- n Vich vos der sheapest ',' N. Y. Herald. Paris green is the standard remedy for potato bugs, and when thoroughly tried is always otl'ective. A desert spoonful of the poison to a bucket of water is enough. The lii'i.tNo J'assiox. wi I b. paid back h Sutlers, from U U"Pe foundand perfect recov-erand under It. u.o had a speedy our bottle at c?ent and yoiirVili how good a tlunff It is 1 R Penny', drug .tore. UrKe .iic jo celU and $i. ".' '' Tliurstluy which cot him Hen Itohiiifon bought of various of fat 1 nml 1int Kiul p.irtius a cattle at 2 to I'.J cents. l'ence, owned by A. M. Pence, lowered his record to '2.'27l at the Richmond fair by winnini; a heat in that time. It. O. Cromwell, of Union county, rained St bushel of wheat on two acres, and U crop of ;tS acrea averaged 'Jo - . t3 bushels. The Mt. Sterling reports sales of !H5 cattle nt 5J for delivery and " to 5J for September nnd 7.'1 present delivery at o to 5J. The wheat crop of Russia is (iO.OOO, 000 bushels short, and tho rye crop is" :100,000,000 bushels short. The French wheat crop is also short 100,000,000 bushels. The press bureau of the farmers' nt Washington is at present very busv sending out circulars to farmers ad vising them to hold back the wheat crop for higher prices. K. W. Jones, real estate agent nt Pineville, sold for Mr. Georgo A. Peyton hit farm of 50 acres, near the Somerset pike, for Sl.SOO to Mr. Archibald Ureen, who will move to it. Wheat is coming, in to Lancaster rather slowly. The price continues steady at 7oc for a Xo. article. Hemp commands 1.50. Nothing doing in other lines of trade. Lancaster Record. The be:d American beeves nro worth H cents in the London market At this time last year V2X was the outside nuotntion. Such cattle as nro now selling in the Chicago mnrket nt G to 0 were quoted at l.So to 5 one year ngo. James George made Bales of about :!0 head of mountain cattle at t! to lie. Hu sold to C. M. Jenkins, of Garrard county, 150 mountain ewes at $15.00 per head. W. J. Davidson sold to George Marringale :!0 acres of Jland ou Pitman Creek for 250. Somerset Reporter. The Taylor County fair will bo held at Catnpbellsville. The comAug. pany has one of the best half mile tracks in the State nnd some of the best trotters r,re enter d. A saddle stallion ring with $200 premium, eutries to close Aug. 12, is one of the big features. Mr. II. S. Robinson, the secretary, writes that everything indicates a largo nnd successful exhibition. W. C. Gentry bought Wednesday of George Dunn "0 head of feeders, about 1,:0 pounds, at a fraction over l cents. J. 0. Caldwell bought of W. T. Robinof fnt cattle, averaging s son two 1,500 pounds, nt 1.35 to 5. I). N. nbout Prewitt bought of J. W. Harlan 01 stock ewes at $:i.50 per head. Cognr, Haas & Co., of this city, have bought nbout 1,000 bushels of wheat this week for 75 cents. .Richard Gentry bought of & Bro., Hubble, for Lehman, 10 head export cattle of 1,500 pounds uver-ng- e, nt 5.20. He nlso bought four carloads of 1,025 pouud export cattle in Fayette. Advocate. cnr-loail f. Hobertn Chi tin, of Loxington, is with the family of Maj. S. B. Dishman. Miss UNIVERSITY Annie Lee Dishman is home from a vh-- t ,. to friends in Pineville. c, e , tu A Full Faculty fa'.., !! ha specialist in hi department. Klchmond. the Keogra,.rnca. irire HlJVtt ir (be heart of the David G. Colson, of Middlesborc, teuini, noo feet r 'inl.ua.adu ', r yr.i'fr m !. msrille, Cincinnati, Kli"xil!e i . Oefr aliove tht Kclinetl and r; spiu e c uiu.ii.lv a' ,t and Col. Clark, of this city, discuss, d nts find homes in the best families and Memo the constitution nt Manchester, Clav, rial Hull Attendance t sovuon 4 1, lr .n 2 M.ite, Territory and louiitncs. re tha Ji M county, yesterday (Monday). Col. Clark, Now OymniWlum-- hdarship t .r uj.oi addsof!,i'e endowment last year. Eltfhty-tWthi worthy, P'jor own? man. ,') s Si t . SJji for t "enetit b .ird, washingand servant attention. Mr. Colson, Chns. W. Schively nml the mioii Expensoa inoderate Wednesday, oprn bepteraber ., writer left for that point Sunday after-- . Next SOBSton L, H BLANTON, D. D. Chancellor. Kor catalogue apply 3 noon. The Hon. John II. Wilson returned ' SHELBTVILLE. I'.nglisn and Class-Friday morning from a trip down' ical Schoot forGirls. Annual Mfc Session opens Wednesday, Sept. Oth, 1891. WF through Clinton, Wayne, Russell and . Prepares for Wclleslcy. W. T. POYNTER. Adair counties, where lie has been speaking in the interest of the IRepnbli In the Utltt. PPNTR I VCP 'I t.000 alumni. can State ticket and iu opposition to the Ilttll, OLIl f IT LUuuLjUIj. OUlMtCollege leadin;South-- est More than Scientific and tree courses to degrees U lasi' al, Elect it. Full Facultv. Twi ek'ant buildings jut erected Cmipletc Ojmuasium. Location proposed constitution. Lcg.ns Sept For catalogue or f irtlier information , lSt healthrd. Jt saloons Next se V. C. The writer lind the plture of addre Ol'.NG 1) D . Danwlle. Ky. a discussion of the constitution pro and con, Thursday, at Callihan's School House, live miles from town, on Richland Creek, between Judge Tinsley nnd Col. A. II. Clark iu opposition and DANVILLE, KY. Smith Hays for it. There were about 125 voters out and two of them said they 9, would vote for the new, the others for With a lull cnuncof study, both Fn;lish and Classical While the course of instruction is especialOla-ly adapted to prepare youn( n en for the r the old constitution. it is intended at the same time to furnish a Knglish education to any who desire It. In connection with the Academy Hon. John Young Drown addressed liberal the citizens of H.trbourville and Knox county at the Inst Thurs Has the personal the Pmi'lpal. Regular day. The house was ciowded to its ut- hoursbeen established in the home and under and nvMstants (.Mitr- theofrestraints and government study ..nder the supervision of the Principal and of a. most capacity. Mr. Brown made n mas- Christian home are cn hiued with the ' test educational advantages. Tor further particulars in rMrd to oard, tuition, etc , address terly ell'ort and the democrats of this JAMES B. WALTON, Principal. Danville, Kj section say they never heard the like before. Hon. James 13. Black, of this city, introduced Mr. Brown in a few well chosen and well delivered sentences. Mr. Brown and party left that evening for "Kly Dale," the home of Maj. O. P. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Ely and his good wife, eight miles south 1891. of this place on the L. & N. railroad, where he remained from Thursday even- Kull corps ft C "vetv.uory and Normal hol teaihers. Superior courses in Literature, M .and ing until Saturday morning, when the Art. boar Jing department. Catalo;u-s,an- d orcu'ars furnished on app.Kat on party left for Middlesboro, where Mr. Brown spoke that dav. OPKXS SHIT. 8. Hoarding department for ladies only. Instruction for both ladies and gentlemen Klevcn Specialists. Five Diploma Courses Classical, Scientific, Knglish, Commercial and Musical. Piano, Vocal and Violin Culture, directed by Prof. Raphael Koestcr. from the Royal Conservatory, Hcrlin, Germany, with eight years' experience as a director. Terms as. reasonable as any the ocension. For catalogue or other 'nformation, address Miss .Minnie Elliott, of Kirksville, school of like character. J. C. CORDON. B. S., Pros., Lancaster, Ky. is visiting Miss Nannie Anderson. Mies ' l CENTRAL la-- R.?5?r!Illue-Ura- c &; an.tChnt-tanuos1 a. ! O i- 1 KY.-- An Sixty-sevent- h I f , 1 mi w C si-- 11 Centre College Academy i, -l The Xcxt Session of this Institution Begins Sept. court-hous- A Home Boarding & Training- Department Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September ist, Kx'-elle- COOK'S SPRINGS. Sentinel-Democr- at An-mi- st The grandest picnic and banquet of the season will be given Saturday, Aug. 1. Among the many attractions will be a eplendid dinner and supper, two bauds of music, base ball playing, speaking, boating, and Professor Ruuyon, a very fine violinist, will have charge of the Will have n strong police force on the grounds and the best of or der will be preserved. Everybody invited. J. F. Cook. lull-roo- I'fllGHTNBMG FOR MAN u;ep For Tme J LINIMENT OR BEAST r . LsME BAci PRAIH; Etc. YAFoRf"EuMWM rROUP Referring to Ziek Phelps' infamous charge that Senator Carlisle is against the new constitution because the lottery companies, which it abolishes, gave him a house, Mr. Wattersou says: If the author of the originnl calumny against Mr. Carlisle had any sense of justice, or propriety, or even of ordinary accountability, he would make his charge good by proof, or withdraw it, with suitable explanation and apology. Bucklen'8 Arnica Salve The Lest salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruji lions and positively cures piles, or uo payrequir. cd. It is guaranteed to irive perfect satisfactioc, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per bcx. Kor sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. AkkH for I recommend mu Infant and Children. t Cjwtorlr. cures Collc, Constipation, Dwrrtiwa. ..,', ..,rintin II Sour Stouiooh, gives btep,tmctatlon, v,vonua, and promoted I Ku petlon, 'CaatorUlssoweUadaptcdtochlldrenth-v,. any I - M Specimen Onsos. as superior II. A. Arciier, M. D., to me." 111 00. uxioru Dt., uruuuyn, a, i. to-da- y S H Clifford, New Catsell, Wis., was troubled with neuralgia and rheumatism, his stomach was disordered, his liver as alfected to an alarming decree, appetite fell away and he was terribly reduced in flesh and strength. Three bottles of Klectnc Hitters cured him. Edward Shepherd, llarriiuurg, III., had a run nine sore on his leg ot eight years' standing. Used three bottles of Klcclric Hitters and seven boxes of HucMcn's Arnica Salve aud his leg is sound and well John Speaker, Catawba, Ohio, hail five large fever sores on his leg, doctors said hu One bottle Electric lllitersand was incurable one liax llucUen's Arnica Salve cured him entireK. Penny's drutr store. ly. Sold at A. I n iwwn uiji imiuuii. The Centaur Compant, 77 Jlurray Street, Ii. Y. The Old Reliable 12&-4S'dr-C- Jewelers in the Lead. (7h dttQiwuY' wtmzjF ) ouictw msrsz A. R. Penny i - Watch. 11-1- 4, many women sufTer from Excessive or Scant Menstruation; they don't know who to confide In to get proper advice. Don't confide in anybody but try Every Month iff 7 .- -' xm Has the largest and OF MOST COMPLETE STOCK, f Female Regulator lor PAINFUL, PROFUSE. SCANTY. SUPPRESSED and IRREGULAR Bradfleld's a Specific MENSTRUATION. Book to "WOMAN" mailed hi all Druggist. free. I BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ca. aid ever shown in Stanford at prices as low as the lowest. ' r iirtT watch-maker- s in the State; Remember that I have one of the best Repairing. Don't have to who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic-te-d A. K. I'ENNYf and I guarantee satisfaction. r-- imm. iv ."- -- ii t- - irnniiii i iiirHrr" " n i mi1 .m imwv . Watches and Jewelry Ml r r STATECOLLEGE of KENTUCKY. 26 PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS. car-load- Eu-bau- Classical, Xovmal School, Academic. Commercial and Military Courses of Study. COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. Fall term beRinsMftciiibi-rUth- . lHlll. Hoard durmltorr - per week ; In priratu families fl.V) to l. For C'atuloguu address JAMES K. PATTERSON, Ph. D., Lexington, Ky. In Ayrlcultuvnl, Scientific, IStwtoMHSyf Is Receiving His Sp ring?. Sum mer Goods Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give nhn a call. & Tyf-FTJP-i.- - - - f tx" T - W' - '.!' , jjr - - .? ,fivsT nI n F: ? ffi, Twenty buihLrc burti'-- l nt Now-poKcsTiTKiAxa will next Monday have News Sunday, causing a loss of $n0, It seems that the new constitution, in the first chance siuce tho expiration of ex000. its greed for revenue, is not content with Heed's Billion Dollar Congress to William Todd shot and fatally increasing the taxes of the living but press their condemnation of the highlrgin A 'Cnt .nl iontii'ii" fcur dajs This mining wilt tip the V. Elijah Young at a picnic in provides a tax also for the dead. Com- handed, unscrupulous and profligate wounded were drunk. GRA1TDB3T IN SHE HISTORY OF THE ASSOCIATION. pare tho law as it is with what it will be measuies and means resorted to bv it. Madison. Both A mob hung a negm near Franklin Ky Jui.Y 28. 1891 under the new instrument. The pres- Tho iniquitious Mclvinley bill whereby Stanfokd, iff Gret K. C4. (IimhI Kin. Mchhirn' Mhi llrMrty Wplcomo. Sll a knife on a white man. C. V CKC1L, 1'rci.ilcut ent law (Gen. Stat. Chap. 1)2, Art. l.S.r. the tariir duties are increased many fold, because he drew person to swing for the Iiurlii iriiim al i' - ,inl trrll redn - rtliw J A I.i:i:, So. tcury of life, in a He was the third J), Pub nee. 5,) exempts from taxation especially on the necessities ought trtbo same limb. His murderers Taxation Under the New Constitution. "all public cemeteries except those own time of profoundest pence and more than Ithasbi'en frequently pointed out tlint ed by joint-stoca quarter of a century after the close of made to adorn it also. companies or associaThe jailer of Madison county was Hoc 170 of tlie new constitution tions WHICH DKCI.AItK A DIVIDEND." Bv war; the Force bill which was designed subjects to taxation 51) millions this law no burial grounds are taxed ex- to throttle the voice of the Southern fined $500 in tho Wolfe circuit court for worth of flie milch cows, household cept such as are organized for money people by placing elections in tho hands refusing to oboy an order of said court LA IK .W.tXAMH'.K'SHOli:!.,.- furniture and farming implements of the milking purposes and actually declare of partisan republicans with the power for tho delivery of a horse thief to tho people, which are, now by law exempt dividends for its owners. This is right at the point of a bayonet to do their sheriff of Wolfe county. AND Campbell & Elliott's cotton and from taxation, that it reduces the poor and just. The new constitution, how- own registiation, enumeration aud cerSsSO as they ever, takes apparently a different view tification; the utter disregard of prece- woolen mill was destroyed by fire in man's exemptions from KatcH $2.50 now stand to $230, 1n any event, and to of the subject. Section 170 exempts dent, whereby the will of tho minority Philadelphia. The loss is from $tW0,000 women and Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Housnothing if the legislature pliould deem "places of burial uot held for private or was ignored aud its rights denied and $750,000. Over 450 men, LOUISVILLK, KY. it proper. This just and grave objection corporate profit." This change of phrase- the hhameless waste of tho public mon-e- children are thiowu out of work. -- The second section of an excursion to the new instrument has never to our ology must mean something, and to our are to be considered by every voter, W. R. LOGAN, Mnnngor. knowledgeeen fairly or candidly met. comprehension it means that all the who will by his ballot endorse or con- train ran into the first nt St. Maude, A. V. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. .Marshall, 'Clerks. That its efl'ect will be as stated any one burial places in the State will be sub- demn the reckless course of the party in near Paris, France. Tho wreck took capable of understanding plain Knglish jected to the same tax as other proper- power. Tho result therefore of next fire, and the last reports say 40 people is bound to eee, that this was intended ty. We venture to say there is not a Monday's election is of more moment were killed nnd 100 severely injured. John Myford aud Harry Boyd, two to bo ita effect, that the deliberate pur- cemetery in Kentucky not hkld for cor than the mere selection of State officers, young Monongahela City miners, fought was to cut down pose of the convention porate profit, whose charter winch is for it will tell to tiio country nt large the property exempt from taxation and the tenure by which it is held does not how the democracy of Kentucky feels with bare knuckles according to pi ire Huy the STUDKHAKKR, and prevent auy future legislature from ex- contemplate and even encourage the toward the further usurpation of power ring rules. In tho fourth round Boyd t empting more than S2o0 worth, clearly making of a corporate profit. Wo do that tho republicans have attempted. killed Myford with a blow on the neck. will have the best one made. you The Elizabethtown News pays a man apparent from the debates on this sec- not mean to say that this profit-i- s usual- Whether justly or not a reduction in the I am for the celebrated , tion. They held then that the legisla- ly distributed among tho majority given our State ticket, will bo ac- sold $100 worth of plums from a tract s ture had exempted too much of this in the shape of a "dividend." On the cepted by the republican newspapersnnd of land ho gave $150 for this spring. -class of property from taxation, and that contrary it is rerhaps invariably devoted speakers ns evidence of our lukewarm-nes- s There never was such a crop of fruit nn Muldraugh's this was a wrong which needed correction. to the payment of small salaries, and to aud it will be heralded as a victory this year ladeiiB Ihetrceson And have reduced prices on both Now, they are either as dumb as oysteis the improvement and adornment of the for the administration and its miserable Hill. Tho boiler of a steam thresher exon the subject, or attempt to evade and grounds, coadjutors. This is of all others not ploded o,i James Durbin's farm, in r- thus enhancing the value of I also have the Dicks Feed Cutter, 12xce!--Plows and repairs dode it. We have before us a marked the corporate property. But where the time for democrats te go oil' ou side county. John Durhin, William der Mills, Huckee Force Pump, CincinnatiKlcvator and a hill line copy of thn Morganlleld Sun, which con- lands are permitted to be bought, even issues and we are sure none of them tains an elaborate article from the pen for burial purposes, by the acre and sold with the interest of the country at heart Rashatn and John Massuv were instant of Groceries and Hardware. of the Hon. I. A. Spalding, in defense by the foot the enhanced price is cer- will do so. A vote for Brown and our ly killed, and five others will die of their injuries. of this feature of the now constitution. tainly a "profit," no matter to what pur- admirable State aud county ticket is a Deputy Tinted States Marshal argument poses Presumably it is the host it may be appropriated. The dif- vote against Harrison, Ueed, McKiuley which can be made, inasmuch as it is ference between the new law and tho and the other conspirators against the George Armstrong, en route to Louis- II. J McKonhltP-- . W II IIIOOINS". the only one we have 6eeu, and its au- old is simply this the old only taxes power and rights of the people. Be sure ville with a lot of moonshiners, was shot thor was a leading member of the con- cemeteries which actually distributes to go to the polls and have it recorded and instantly killed at Morehead by Constable Siiniiis over the shooting of a vention and is m man of character and these profits among the s in for democracy and honest government. hog by Armstrong. ability. Let's examine his defense a the Bhape of a dividend, while the new Harrison Sallee, aged about 70 years, moment and tee if any sane taxpayer taxes all which are held for profit, reCou W. 11. 1'oi.k, who is now of the Lexington Transcript, died at his home in Monticello, Wednescan bo deluded by it. editor gardless of what disposition is made of "The Hewitt law exempts 5250 worth that profit. Thus tho Stanford Cemetery never loses an occasion to pelt his ene- day, after un extended illness. He leaves of each of these descriptions of propermies nt Middlesboro. Ho says of O. O. a widow and one grown son. He was u ty to every housekeeper, together with is a chartered corporation with stock Hall, who ran the Herald into a hole brother of the late M. I. Sallee, of this other exemptions amounting in all to holders, a board of directors, &c. They county. Advocate. about 5S50. Do the housekeepers all get are authorized to purchase land for with several thousands of other people's Hon. Jerry Simpson, speaking nt of these exemptions? Those burial purposes and the benefit to sell burial lots at money: "Hois the advertising agent Birmingham, Ala., declared that John who own the specific property exempted Town Company, who of the Middlesboro in no gel me oenent. iut jiu inuuy any price they may choose to fix. They Sherman, the father of our financial syshousekeepers possess that much'.' If are at perfect liberty under their charter from an ordinary Cincinnati reporter tem, is the arch enemy of tlui human they do not own the property the ex- to do as they please with tho proceeds got into his present position and labors emption does them no good, and its re- of these sales, which represent a consid- under the hallucination that he is little race, and that the alliance has determined to defeat htm in Ohio. moval does them no harm. The erable profit, because they buy their lower than tho angels." This is a little of the exemption will not subTho coupling pin of an excursion of we expected ject any property to taxation which they lands at about $75 per acre and sell at $2 more moderate than people who think that train, broke near Dayton, O , leaving do not "own. per foot. If they should divide these Polk. There are GKN'TS'and bet- two coaches filled with happy people How is it under the new constitution'.' profits among the stockholders their Hall thinks he is much higher worth of personjust in front of a heavy freight train, By its provisions $250 ter than even the archangels. ally is exempted, and if a man has not property would be taxed under existing which struck them killing three outright that much household property he can law and properly taxed, but if they np- Notwithstanding the renublican con- - nnd wounding dcores of others. add n horse or wagon or any other ply them, as in point of fact they do, to W. O. The total collections for internal property to make up the $250. A enlarge and to beautify their grounds, VCIlton ,,t tho dictation of Col. party lash to make the revenue for tho first six mouths of this ira,il0y used the great many men own 5250 of all kinds who do not own $30 worth they would not be taxed by tho present im.mbor8of that party vote for the new vear were $l4t!.0.V.:70. nn increase of of of furniture or farm machinery, and all law, but would under the new provided constitution, a good ninny of the leaders '.U millions over the year before. Kensuch persons will get the full benefit of a profit of any kind or for any purpose ' nnj a of others who are tucky paid $15,S58,707, which is the drii0 the constitutional exemption." is made out of the sale of their lands. ll0t hoping for Federal office, will vote third highest amount of any State. Now every one undershinds that un Any pioperty, in other words, may be of statute laws. The Cape Cod, Mass.. people wel der the present constitution the power hem lor "corporate profit," and may against the crazy quilt j We kuow a dozen republicans in this comed Mr. Cleveland and wife to their through the legislature to make a corporate profit, of the people without declar-- ; county who do not propose to be dicta-ing- a summer homo nt Sandwich, Saturday, in HATS, TRUNKS AND VALISES, exempt any and nil kinds of property dividend, just as the profits of tC(l toj a ,rttter which had no business royal style. The ex president was given from taxation is absolutely unlimited. manufacturing and mining corporations ; n .)arty platform, an ovition and binquet and to tin toast The new constitution in Section 17(' are frequently expended in enlargiugj "Our Neighbor," ho responded in his places this restriction on this power of their plants nnd are thus added to their' The proper time to "suw" turnips is usual happy manner. not all future legislatures: "Provided capital. The Stanford Cemetery Com-- 1 now agitating the mind of Farmer Charles M. Osburn, a wholesale more in value, of household goods and plainly, by their charter, hold their1 gaii, of the Louisville Times, since con- other personal property, of a person land for "corporatu profit," and doubtless, stitutional questions are barred. It is commission merchant, was banned at Atlanta, Friday, for killing a retail merwith a family, than 5250 shall be exempt- make a profit Must it not be taxed un- - j well that the old hayBeed has so fruitful chant who disputed his account to tho ed from taxation." Does this exempt der the new constitution just an its neigh-- a subject to fall back on. ! nmountof 5 cents. Strong efforts were $250 worth of property from taxation ? bor, the Stanford Roller Mill is, which exempt one cent's worth from Does it T,,E Truth says that Logan made to save him both through the govholds its properdin precisely the same ernor and the legislature. Most assuredly not. It simtaxation? manner, and which has for years been , Carlisle, a son of the senator, is now an Dr. Smith, of New Haven, who ply prohibits the legislature from ex- devoting its profits to precisely on the the same editorial writer empting more than $250 worth from tax- purpose? The same is true of tho nml promiBCB to distinguish himself as ninnked 70 cigarettes a day for 20 year, cein- ation, and only inferentially permits it etery at Crab Orchard, which is held by Journalism as his father has in Is dead, and so isO. L. Morse, Windham, Conn., at the age of 01, who stnted in is not to exempt up to that amount. It the Odd Fellows for corporate profit in l)0lltlC8, his will that he iiad drunk a pint (f restriction of ex- the same an exemption but a NEWSY NOTES. sense that we have indicated, rum a day for 21 years. Did cigarettes is a mere brutum fubacn in emption. It and the same is doubtless true of every ,, Tpaillc of lsrl7 in nnd rum do the business for them ? Ue auy aspect until the legislature acts, ami other public cemetery y in the Sta e. The There are accoidiug to the school Cheese, when it does act it must declare specifi- assessor will have to put them all on his Ul0 UniteJ StateB 7 ,00 hoiwe8 fallcd for c...n rwwwi census 5S4 0M white and 11 1,12:5 colored cally, as in the present law, for exemp- ll8t' Mrs. Searles. widow of Mark Hop- - children of the school age in Kentucky, tions cannot be made in general terms, The laboring men will vote for the kins, died at Methuen, Mass., Saturday, nn increase of 11,5:U over IS'JC. The what kinds of personal property, and per capita, $2.25, is the same for both Lamps, Glass- - and Oueensware, Tin- - and Woodenware, Fruit Jars, what amounts of them shall be exempt, new constitution because it forever pro-- ' leaving of Alleghany City, Pa., white and colored children, and exceptDr. Hazzard, Jelly Glasses, &o the aggregate not to exceed $250. The hibits tho competion of convict labor' y ing the State of California, which pavs legislature to distribute the benefit of with free labor. It requires that the j has organized a league for the convicts shall all bo worked nation of the sparrow. F.uch member her school expenses out of her Hales of of the exemption as equally as possible immense tracts of unoccupied lands, it within the prison walls and not nut un- -' must kill fifty birds. exwill be compelled, for instance, to Dr. J. L. Rose has been appointed iH the largest school per capita in the of furniture instead on public works or hired out in competiempt only $50 worth worth of farming im- tion with free laborers. Richmond Reg- medical pension examiner for Jellico, Union from direct .taxation, out of tho of $250 as now, Stnte treasury. plements instead of $250 now, and soon ister. Beg your pardon. Such a reck- postotlice Williamsburg. George W. Iliggins, of Pulaski, was A negro tramp named Craig called through the scale. This meaning, this less statement would induce the belief Mason's Fruit Jars, read the document. fatal! v shot by Miss Minnie Reddy, who At the residence of Nathan C. Conway, efi'ect of the Bection in questiou, is so that you had uot Ring Top Jars, plain, 60 clear, so indisputable, as to See Sec. 2(!2. which civi-- the h'lnslature was hnndling a pistol, which he banter- near Pans, Sunday, aud asked for a drink of water. It was given to him, argument about it other than the power to authorize the employment ed her to shoot at liitn. make auy Fruit Jars; Scaling William Lloyd Garrison Camp, when, without apparent provocation ho the quotation of its language, a sheer of convicts upon the public works, or Brothers of Friendship, of began n murderous assault on the family impertinence. The dullest dunce who when, for any cause, they cannot be pro-- United Wax, extra top and Toto fair ville, captured the first prize in the coin- - with an old scythe blade, killing Mr. and for in the penitentiary. ever wore a foolscap couldn't be misRubbers, Jelly Glasses, Mrs. Conway, both old people, and pertaken about it. And yet here we have gentlemen, and leave the demagogue to petitive drill at Chicago. The supreme court of Virginia has haps fatally injured Charles and Wilof the conven- appeal to passion and prejudice. a distinguished member Hrass and Porcelain Kettles. decided that the law of the State which liam, two grown sons. Neighbors, who tion, careful all the while not to quote Ahtkh swearing that they would not forbids the running of freight trains ou came to the rescue, shot the murderer to the section, averting that the new con- consent to the governor's terms the min- Sunday is unconstitutional. death while lie was pursuing one of his stitution has actually exempted $250 ers at Briceville, Teiin., consented and John Brown, who killed John Gard- victims worth of personal pioperty, "and if a peace reigns agiin supreme. The con- ner, at Jackson. Tenu., Saturday even-ing- , SALVE, HOMEOFATHIC man has not that much household propMATRIMONIAL MATTERS. wns taken from the jail at midnight wagon or any victs are to work in tho mines unmolest erty he can add a horoe or ed and tho governor is to call a session 500, and hanged. John Dean, lit, of Garriinl, nml Miss CurcxuK, lmmt, old ort, tVm ditejiei, 1,500 Acres of Coal and Timbered other personal property to make up the of the legislature to which the miners by a crowd of Imlttr fistula, Kv.Muvor O'Connor of Paris has Kunice Ulakemuti, lr, of .lenmine, coriK, bullion piles, bruise. scratches it has Lands Wherever $250." By this extraordinary rule of burns, clew poison and In Kaslcrn Kentucky, at $10 per ncre, or would construction, the now constitutiou.when are to submit their claims. There is withdrawn from the legislative race in eloped to TennoBsee nml were married. been used it has given wonderful !Uifactinii and exiJunne lor sorcnp l remarks its propensity lor removing h'.iriu. Forpartic- general rejoicing in Tennessee and elseDickson, tho Sam Ovveim anil MiHs Klizaheth Mc. Numerous testimonial will be secured and lllars ,iddro-M-i i;ua nine l.rass C. 1'iniAS. W. it provides that private property shall where in this peaceful solution of a nint-te- r Bourbon, leaving E. M. sole candidate. .Made will appear in this space at a later date t Mauclii'sicr, Ky. Hniloy weie married at Mrs. Mary Baidemocrat c nominee, the be taken for public use only upon propnl lold by which promised no end of bloodr J It IIICCINS, Stanford, Ky. A tire which broke out in J. B. Cow- ley's yesterday. Ho h '2'2 nnd she Hwtet compensation, actually appropriated er shed. an Co.'s whisky house, in which were 10. ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, for public uses all the private property of whisky, destroyed Mr. O. T. Hone, a widower of 13, and So kak as we have observed all tho Btored 700 barrels in the State, and, again, when it says Seventh mid Market Streets, of property at Dallas, Miss Dclilu Denliain, just 18, were marthat the sessions of the legislature shall delegates to tho constitutional conven- $:500,000 worth Louisville, - - - Kentucky, not be longer than t0 days it means that tion, with perhaps a republican excep- Texas. lives were lost in a collision be- ried yesterday at J. I. Denham's.in tho Sl'ANKOKI), KY, Six WII.I. OI'KN MONDAY, .MAJt. a. Kast Knd. they must be that long even if the busi- tion or two, who have offered for tho tween two passenger trains ou the DenHaving sold out our entire interest in the hotel, legislature or other offices, have bein ness is coucludedin five minutes. Grande, near Carlisle Spriugs, oil Jefferson street, we have moved to our old dishonesty, or is it only feeble- sat upon. Tho last to be flattened out ver & Bio stand that c occupied for years so successfully Is' this Col. The accident was the result of on Seventh kiiU Market streets, are now fitting it 'I hi Hotel, renovated and refurnished, is now up in mindedness? Or, rather, isn't it the is Judge Bullitt, of McCracken, who misunderstood orders. shape, new throughout nnd the outintend to conduct it mi as to fit willclvcant in my charge and When Baby w&s tick, ire gave her Costorli. of that complacent assump Ho in esery way be elegant, Including cue ot wanted to go to the legislature. not only maintain its hich reputation, but to add Hale's Safety Passenger and i)ar.gaU Elevators Joseph Fayley pointed what ho When she was a Child, tho cried for Castoria. to Its lonn ll.l, ol friends. Special accommodawith all the late improvements. We tion, everywhere indulged by the con was beaten Saturday by J. M. Quigley, thought was an unloaded shotgun at a allot and lino rooms for our old friends to come and see us in ourrant home. tions for rommercial traveler old When ha became Miu, she clung to Castoria. of all the stitution makers, that the people aro who received fully the dlspliiy of samples. We promise you that our rooms, table and service crowd of picniccrs near Wheeliug, W. When the had Children, she gave them Castoria. blooming idiots? shall be second to none in the land. My wife, Mrs. votes cast in tue county. Jp II. Alexander, wants to be remembered to all Va. Miss Sarah McGownnn was killed, A First-Clas- s Saloon of our contemporaries give our lady friends nnd she will be i;lad to see them Can any Tar-OiKentucky is oii I to have a surplus and two other persons were seriously inAndllll.LIAKDand I'OOI. ROOMS attached. aud clvc them a heartv reception. Fare Si per day. us auy information about the JOSKI'II COIT1.Y 101 0. IS, Al.KXANDKit, Manager. jured. of 40,000,000 gallon? of whiskey. Co., Chicago ? Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal It Don't Even Spare the Dead. rt THE DANV ILLE FAiR 4 i W. WALTON. fi d- j k ncces-paril- y THE WULILAMB, THOROUGHLY RENOVATED JMl'ROVED. e, Per liny. ', v If You Need a Wagon, hill acnt stock-holder- Oliver Plows, J 33. FOSTER. t t stock-holder- asbo-ciat- e NEW FIRM. Successors to Stnxgl&pIcKobcrtN, dealers MeRoberts & Higgins, -- 1 nl CLOTHI N G . pei-son- al , FURNISHING GOODS pen-onalit- j y 1 n,her 3ST IE O DKZWEIR, rrr: Conrier-Joiirna- MEN'S AND LADIES SHOES Lo-pa- ! Go to A. A. WARREN'S ".iioii:i .koci:ky" l, ' For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats, Dried nipples, Peaches and J vanes, Rice, Pickles, Preserves aiulJams; , j j j exter.ni-penitentiar- Fancy & Family Groceries I 0 s - ' 1 Louis-vide- d HIB1 FOB. SAXiE. j 37-s- ito6-iy- !fc PORTMAN HOUSE, JOSEPH COFFEY, Fro'r. 1 off-sprin- g -- two-thir- ds r d . 37-- T' Tflfjlr Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal' .Ji'i.v '28,1891 CAn-M- un .v fresh Biilt nt J. II. Foster's. 11. Stanfokd, Ky., Youn account is duo and you. J'lease call nnd Buttle. W. due. ready for ter. Don't forget that your account' is past) Pieae call and settle. J. I). Fos- I"I.,' ,A.- - OTIIiAMC !J!N'tLCVj:S AND LcAVKyour laundry with Severance it Son. Albert Severance, agent for LexA iikwv rain full Sunday luorniug nnd added lnrguly to tho prospects of a ington Steam Laundry. K.CWALTON, line corn crop. A younh man of this place is said to MEANS BUSINESS. Vive skipped, taking with him a bloom- - j Fnt'iT .lnw. IIoiihv .InM. 'fin CatiP. i ..! 1.I... -l ..!.... ...I hcnutifully nntl nrth-tirnllCaps and (iauif, Tin Tops and Wire at uiK yuilHK Kill, nuuui iiuiiiiiu niui mo wife tuitrrelud Saturday night. iImioiUA. It. I'cnnv'H. " A. warren s Model Urocery. . Yout account Ih now irmly. IMenso ii call nml Tub majority for tho democratic State A. It. l'tmny. Tin: Stanford Colorod Hon Club will Havk your watch, clock nml jewelry ticket should bo fully .'Kl.OOO, nnd Linrepaired nt A. It. l'entirs All work entertain at Nunnelley's Mall, July :il. coln ought to contribute 2,000 votes to A. Carr is president, J. W. Ureen secrewarranted. that end. Let every democrat bo nt the Kkmkmiikk that all illvenvnri wntchep, tary nml J. J. Thompson treasurer. polls next Monday. ni)H, Sic, honulit at A. U. IVniiy'a will be engraved fre of charge. Invitations have been issued by MissTub public school in Stanford white es Annie and Mary Alcorn to n party to PERSONAL POINTS. district will begin August 21, Misses be given by them Wednesday evening, Thurmond and Alice Stuart teach Mim Lir..iE Davison Is nt Crnh Or- iu honor of the Misses Wlieatley, of Cettio me scuooi ngo in Americus, and Miss tie of At- ers. All ciiiKiren in chard. Bus.MnnnKor T? lKfKI2tftu riF fUcl'MB'X ' 1 STEEL BOILEEfj, Upright and Horizontal. '1 't'vmm Stationary, Semi-Portab- le 1- I .. power. Uncqualed in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Durability. 26-horse sizes up to and Portable. All m Wriic for Fret; Illmtiated Iani)lets nml your want to THE JAMES LF.FFEL & CO., NfW VORK CITY Sl'RINOKIKU), OHIO Jarnotte, MiHSim: bourville. Mib.i Li v. ik Lii.i.aiii Mi-sur- jh vicltiiiK in Unr I lanta, (in. Mis-hoti- said district are rei'ticsted to attend. M. McRoberts, Jr., chairman. 11 m m J. The Louisville Store TP "TC'fVr aa. T. kji yy m jf SU A MOONsitiNim nsmed William LovMn. K. W. Jones, of Pineville, is mnk- ing mill It. I). Wilson, wanted iu Mnwie Tuckor. farms in his ing a specialty of for the robbeiy of a pohtofllce, Mim Dou.ik .McIiOiuiirra is vfaitini; real estate agency. He sold tho Peyton were arrested in Laurel nml tnken to friendH in Madison. farm yesterday, and on the 1th of J. V. C'uki'oiiI), train illaiMtchui-- , wont ou!sviUu by Deputy U.S. Marshal Parhe will be down with otiite a num ker, Friday. Louisville, l'riday. ber of rich mouiitaiiiers who want to lo Mi6 Ansik K. Khrv, of biuiHville, is ZS: Pabsi'iis along the Crab Orchnnl pike cate in this section. vssitiiiK Mrs. U. U. St. Clulr. fail to recognize the largo residence of S- - -- wv u. fw Tin: third or people's party movement, Mil. I. W. (iiikkn in improving very Hon. John Still Owsley since tho transhas wo are glad to say, no followers in t ,ijch nt Cinb Orchard Spring. formation from a white to a red hrict Lincoln county. A majority of our J- f v lkK Uaitiikh, hod of Oil. Gnithur, of penciled and painted. Tho improvefarmers are satislieil that their only Harrodfditiri!, in vlsitim: Mack Lytle. ment is very derided. hope of relief can come from tho good M11?. Hi iiaiid.son nod hon, looter, of Pourr.11 Itoiu.NSo.N tells u that he old democratic party, and they aro not A Mala, Ala, are vlmtinn friends here. to try experiments. MnAsmk Wiiav ha been viriltiiiK shocked hay all day Saturday Instcr than nt Junction City. George Benedict could rake it up with a (apt. Klchurdb' family Tins otlice is putting in a new engine M. J. T. W'am.kh took Mips Flo.rie to sulky rake. We do not know whether made by the James LeflVd Co.. Spring-HelI'iilsville Friday to Hpond a tw weeks. this is to prove Benedict's laziness or O., an improvement on the one of Miuj. I'okii: Cookts spent n dny or two the shortness of the crop. their, make that we have been using over w.th Mrs. Alice Cloyd and .Mibi Holle experience Ik you are in doubt nbout the way 10 years. Wo speak from (Vh. etc. Come i when we say that Tho Lolle! is tho sim- Oil Miss .Mattiu Titiiiiiucaml Mrs. Lizzie you eliould voteon the constitution, have plest and cheapest engine on the market. ,$20' s goods we yourself recorded against it. It is not a are wpendinn u week nt Info's constitution, except iu name, butnptrim: Well. Hon. W. II. Mil.i.Kii spoke at Liberty of experimental Mntutes, which should Mil. ash Mits. J. '. Jo.niis and children at Alsyesterday, and will speak in suct'i imperishable form. : and Mrs. Joo S. Jonus nro btuyin nt not be placed ton's Store for tho new constitution. mm IIhIo'h Well. for Casey are T111: First National Hank here, which His other oppointments .m.; Mt. Olive, 7 corrcs)ondunt, Mr. holds fJO.OOO of the Oik per cent, bonds Neeloy's Gap, 2S, at r. a to Come J.owIh I). Sampson, parsed down to Lou20, at 1 oVlock; Bethel, 20, at 7; Phil, payable Sep. 1, will exchange them for booh, keep we isville Friday. the 2 per cents, nud thus help Secretary :W), at ; Lees, 150, nt 1, and at Helton's Mils. Ki.i. Likkmiii.i. and Mm. James 11 a. m. Foster out of a hole, while doing no vi- Store, :ll, nt lillon, of Ixxiisville, are Knvbtri of Mies olence to their own interests. A Madison man named Campbell, Julia HlnniiiM. who was pretty well tilled upon whisky, J. A. Mnii) ban taken his wife and baTin: announcement of Garrard College while A. UKIMNSKV, bies to her parents in Hardin county for appears in this issue and especial atten- tried to take the excursion train coming from tint Richmond fair Satur Main Street, Stanford, Ky, 3IANES AND h month or two. tion is directed to it. President J. C. himself for n Miis. W11.1. II. WiiKiitiirr, of Kan.Mitj Uordon has gathered a splendid faculty day evening. He amused City, has been visiting Mrs. Frank Har- around him ami added greatly to the short while by shooting promiscuously (J rant said: "An annual pension approConductor Tayreputation of the institu- about the car, but when ris and other friends. lor saw what was going on he promptly priation of 27,000,000 i9 not onlv an amMits. M. J. DiitiiAJi, of Lexington, is tion. Send to him for catalogue and furstopped the business by ejecting Camp- ple, but an extravagant pension for those n Ureen Hriar Springs, while tho judge ther information. who sutiered in tho late war." In 1S72 bell from the train. is on n business trip Fast. (ten Garlield said : "Nothing but unHash IU1.UTI10 Nicholasvillo base Mks. S. K. Laikkv, Mrs. J. F. Tun representation of the counties in warrantable extravagance will increase A3STD Mies Sue ltout and others attended ball team will play the Intkkiou .font. the next democratic convention will be the pension lift above 23,000,000." This the grounds here, this afternoon, .n.i.hou rudny night's hojt nt Crab Orchard. fixed by the vote of next Monday. Ow- year wo are paying $l.Ti,000,000 for pen: Mui'feiw. J. S. Owmlkv, Jit., and Joe at o'clock. There nro few better ama- ing to tht slimness of tho vote at the sions, and there will bo a deficit of at kever.uico went up to Harbour villo Sun- teur clubs than the Niebolnsvilles, but last general election, Lincoln's vote in for tho least thejl. J.'s will prove etjual to the emerday to see some mighty pretty girls. was several less than Congrehs to make good. Was there ever gency we believe nml get iu a score or the late convention Mibsta A ii;i. miu Hoixiki.v, of Win-- 1 it ought to have been. Don't let us suf- so lingo a swindle perpetrated on a 1. enter, and Dollie Willinms, of litis two.) (Don't fail to see the game. Color fer this to occur again, but turn out evepeople? tonville, nro guests of Mies Lucy Tato. Mk. John Hiuoiit found an old book ry man nnd vote the whole ticket from MlHSt LtLUK AND LlXli: IIOHI.KY, of iu his papers the other dny, which whs Brown to Kdmiston. NKW ADVERTISEMENTS. ( rmgtleld, and Annie .Suddiitli, of Win- printed nbout 1800. In it fa aro used 1'nor. Doimik, of Berea College, repubneuter, nro the guests of Miss Mattie for s'h.hihI Iheroare other peculiarities of lican candidate for superintendent of rA p CM V or RENT An exctllent Frm ltosley. rUA oALiCj fmvly Mil ier tho typography of the long ago. Speak-in- public instruction, spoke hero Friday pike, 3 miles from depot. Improved,fc105 acres, 011 Miis. A. J. Kaiic, mother and sister, of Stanford it says that it had in night to nn audience composed with but Mrs. C. lLSuuineison and Mrs. K. C. 1700 n good nnd jail, stone nuvlich, went to Crab Orchnrd Springs 10 dwellings, nnd III white inhnhitanta three exceptions of colored people. His principal theme was the Tato defalcaj esterday. ami 20 slnves. Hold June 9, lSyi. to do all kinds And JEWELRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r tion, which he worked on ids hearer Miut. Osik and Mrs. llettie of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. Linbrv, of liucaster, were over .Sunday mFiiiday Marshal Newland;arrested Sam for all it was worth, but neglected to tell to ku Mrs. J. M. MeUoberts, Jr., who is Lee, nlias Hall, nlias Logan on suspicion them about the millions the thievint; to the 'I'hom.is W. Varnon, wlio was compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, Lincoln Jinltfc some better. that he was implicated in the robbery of members of his party had stolen from office of Comityhie Hiid ill the otlicecoumv, liavtny Prescriptions having Uevn departed tM day and night. tilled by election of the justices of tho peace Mit. W. 11. Haldema.v, editor of the a freight car at Livingston 011 the night the people. of said (.ounty until u successor can be legally Courler-Journujoined his of tho 2nd of Mav when n lot of boots, Weekly ordered that an elec. and A vkkv pleasant company of loO or electa) held iiu.tlitied, It in hamlsomu wife and children at Crab Or- shoes ami other merchandise was stolen. more are enjoying tho splendid accom- tUntobrhold thesaid county by the officers appointregular e'ection therein ou the ed He was lodged in jail, hut on furnishing chnrd Saturday night. 1st Mond.y in August, 1891, for the election of a modations and excellent faro at Crab County Judge lor the unexpired portion of the Mils, Kluk.via Dr.Ni.Ai Potts has tho ollicer pome valuable information Orchard Springs. Miss Annie Mclaugh- term fur which s.id Varnon a elected V. KU. 15. COOPER, C. I.. C. C. : A coyy-cFiarge of Mammoth Cave excursion, with reference to the robbery ho was re Sole Agents for lin is further demonstrating her superior which will leave Lexington Aug. LI. leased. qualities as manager, while Mr. I). 11. The net proceeds are to go to charity. An excursion over tho K. C. from Kdmiston continues to win golden opinWk regret to hear of tho continued illKowlnutl to Cincinnati will bu run Au ions from the guesU for his urbanity and ness of our Lancaster reporter, louis gentlemanly conduct of the clerk's of- Held June ), i8yi, Hon. W. K Varnon presiding, (1, leaving here nt 0 a. m., and nrriv Lamlrutn, Kst. His many friends hope KtiHt A DIES USE ? WHY ing at 10 o'clock. Returning leave Cin fice. A number of distinguished people for Ids speedy recover and a rcMimption and pretty girls and handsome ciunnti at 12 midnight on tho 7th. Tho aro there Thomas Rn.li.irds, who was eleUed justice ol because it is the best; it is a beautiful jet black; ft contains no acof his entertaining letters. occasion is the meeting of the Grand widows aro smashing hearts that Imd the p.vueiti the Stanford ci II district in AtTKit nn absence of several yearr1, ids; it contains no alcohol nor anything else that will burn the leathColored Odd Fellows thought themselves proof against femiuntil a successor I11C been tilled by appointment the familiar features of Cant. Dick Lnw-- t Iodgo. of Ohio Orchard is one of the can be legally elected and qualified, it is order er aud make it crack; it is harmless to leather; it benefits the leather; round-trifare is only $2. See An- nine darts. Crab uy 111c lu m are again seen on the passenger trains Tho dellglltllll r080rU 111 eil lliai ail CieLUUll to IICIU theaiu uisiiiielection it contains oil; it softens the leather; it will not rub off the shoes and regular hold dursou Carr or Jesse J. Thompson for UlOHt .. ,riccr! aUI,oir,te.I t. on .1... r.. .. .. 1.. tftiiM1.!, ...... r..B 1........ o.y, ii on this division. Fverybody is glad to ..niiiuiij n. liiereiu Kentucky, a fact to which all who go the electionmr a justice of the pe.ice tor the unex further pniticulars. of soil ladies' skirts; it is economical, for it will make shoes on which it see the popular old fellow once more. pi red portion ol the term lor which said Richards will attest. there a Justice of the I'eace and is was elected. Also JnxiK.L W. A1.C0KN, who wbh rated Tin: tirst act of Gillis Johnson, tho regularly applied wear two or three times longer than when ordinaa Hustonsille Constable Iiastamily Outuaok. Tuesday tho Peace in theConstable in district; Justicenf ry acid dressings are used. by one of his distinguished admirers to keeper of tho notorious doirgery nt Gnni A the Tnrnersville disand trict; a Constable III the Walnut Flat district; a be tho "'greatest lawyer that is, over was, Spring, after being liberated from the night, as Mr. V. 11. Miller was returnConstable in the Crab Orchard district and u or ever will be," was in town Saturday Pinevillo jnil on a bond for 100, furnish- ing from his appointment at Ttirnorvillo Constable in tho lli!ilund district. C I.. C C. T.KO II COOI'KK, 40 on legal business. Mt. Vernon Signal. ed by his kinsiunn, Andy Johnson, ho met three persons near Mr. J. M. v S. marshal, created additional regret that ho had V ray's, who sang out "halt" to him. C.MT. A. J. (iito.ss, ex-r. and not so flered tho fate of Rossiimis nt the Thinking that they were boys bent on and wife, arrived on n visit to Dealerln... Mrs. A. M. Feland, Fiiday. Mrs. CjroeB hands of tho Middlesboro mob. A having fun at his expense ho drove ou, is still there but the captain has return! brother of his was breaking rock in the when a second demand was made. Mr. . ed to his homo in HreckinndKO county. cluim gang at Pineville for some otlonse, Miller enquired "What do you mean?" watches, ;::;;:; lay iu your fuel for the Win. s the time .. ,.n ... of te;Nowcheup rate,. toScnd 55 to the Mil. J. K. Faiihih, who was at Lexing- whoiii ho took from tho guards, who when ho was answered ...:.i. ton Saturday, says that C. T. Sandidgo were nfraitl to resist, and struck to tho pistol shots, one ball from which passed was just back from tho Fmlnenco Fair, mountains.'-few more hangings seem through the crown of his hat within an Lauroi County Goal Association neatly and promptof six premiums to bo necessary ill that section ami they inch of his head. Tho men or boys where ho took tlve out ly done. he entered for. Four were 011 his stock ought not to be cohlinud to itinerant were afoot and Mr. .Miller whipping up At Pittsburgh, Ky., and order a 1'ive Hundred (500) llushel car ol their best Jump coal on track his horse was soon out of tho range of nt mines for present delivery. This coal should tho other for being the best equestrian. stono cutters. their bullets. Mr. Miller thinks that it cost you n fraction over 9H1 011 track at Stanford CITYAN VICINITY." A ou.nti.umaN who claims to Je post was a deliberate attempt to ossaasinato in lar load lots. I will take old gold or silver in exchange lor goods. (Stanford, Ky.) ed savs that he has never seen tho ro- - him and has an idea that ho can spot tho FiiaT class brick for sale. J. 11. FospulicaiiH so compactly organized as thoy guilty parties, though he would give us ! ! A. C SINE ! ter, J X MENEfEK aro at present iu this county and that no clow to his suspicions. Others think cottage lor sale or rent. Apply unless tiio democratic leaders shall ' Kit k that it was theattempt of Bonio drunken lo T M. tfoodkuieht. arouse themselves and got out the full youths to bulldoze and frighten tho tirst TO TAX-PYJittS Or' LINCOLN COUNfor 1S91. party vote, some surprises aro in store man that they nit. In any event tho ; TY-haveI am prepared to collect you Uses districts. Huts at I school tax to collect lor la An elegant lino of The best selected stock and lowest prices, in Central Kentuckyf pay all at one time. I hope for election day. Ho says that this id deed was a most dastardly one. If it; Come prepared to III try to be first to settle MeUoberts cc Higgins. that every most absolute mobilization of tho re pub was tho premeditated attempt of mid- mlh mo or one of my deputies viz. Richard M. SASH, Tun Ileiuis Klectric Clock Co.'a man. lican forces may be entirely in behalf of night assassins to wreak their cowardly Ncwlaud, Samuel . Menefee. J. N MKNK FEE. DOORS, SheritTof Lincoln C. ufncttiry nt Dauville seems assured. 3'Mn' tho State ticket, hut he is of tho opinion vengeance Uioir crime can ouly bo fully SHINGLES, . that it is for tho purpose of capturing at attonod for with their necks. It it was Lost. On tho Hustouvillo turnpike least one of tho county ollices. In Verandah and Statrwork at city prices. other tho prank of drunken boys, their reckFARM a Bilver bracelet with ton bangles, all worda there likely to be a candidate disregard of life is almost as repreis .A.XTD Finder will bo rewarded by leav- for county judge in opposition to Judge less silver. hensible aud deserves the most condign We carry .1 full stock of everything found in a ing at this oilico. . j l nil to sell privately my tarin of 15 acres, Forewarned is forearmed. punishment. Let the matter be fully Varnon. miles from on the Knob .cV. Turnpike -Peakolost S3 on tho Let those whose duty it is seo that investigated and tho guilty bo brought sijnford and known as the Old jjlienrv llrieht CIO Lost. Misa Aunio j place, Tho Iraine dwelling contains S comiortable street between Jones' aud Salinger'a every democratic vote is polled and to "'Rtfce- good repair, (jood ' rooms and Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract all water aud locality heaitnlui. Auureis, stores, Saturday, which the finder will Bcotch this little game, if it is attempted SAMUEL, U.IMO , fy or building. SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. Eteal, Geii. J. J. In bis veto of the bounty obe played. please leave at thia ollice. vitfitinx ."Wins ri blue-gras- s Au-iu- st 1 1 HIS -:-:- -:- Offers :-- :-; TE BARGAINS d, Shoes, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Clo thing, .Ladies Hats, Dry Goods, Children's Hats, Gents' Hats, Straw Matting, Carpets, Ladies' Muslin Underwear, Trunks, Cloth, With each 1 hi and examine our prices. They will make you buy, bought of us worth of will give away : to-da- ONE : FINE will ROCKING CHAIR. ' 1 1 your It is not accessary and Eggs. Feathers and Genseng bought at the highest market price at THE LOUISVILLE STOKE. Proprietor. bay the 20' worth at one time, amount of your purchases. in and get GABRIEL, Managers. well-earne- d W. B. McROBERTS, Port-ma- n, Fifty-secon- d J3SW3EI.EB, DRUGGIST Has the Newest and Latest Styles of Wall Paper, Every Shade and of Alabastine; The Best and Purest WhileLead and Oils; Ready Mixed Faints and Neat's Carriage Paints; long-Hollerin- g g Owi-ley- . court-bous- e ' Lincoln County Court, l Largest tind Handsomest Line of verware, Watches, Clocks Sil- l, ! B. K. & W. H. WEAREN, IMPERIAL OIL SHOE POLISH. SHOIXD I. 11 Alt Lincoln County Court, IT I.im-ol- n .. ii 111 kirb lvIl &s? E0BT. FE2TZEL, Farmers, Attention, . m urav i fSr-Repairi- ng All Vorlt "Warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty. f M TAXES TAXES A tax-pay- er new-styl- o Stanford Lumber Yard; LATH, v LIMBER, FLOORING. CEILING, BLINDS, SIDING, FOR SALE. WOVEN WERE SliAT FE2TOX. sit-uat- ed FIRST ASS XVLTMBER ViUU. s 111 i 34-i- m ...j, .At ty I'r.t r R '.. . -- '- -. r, "i-'- -qi MKM ' Semi-Week- ly Interior Journr. AT PubllBbod Every Tuesday and Fr day 5VJ XMsiri YJfiAFUX ADr A.NOK $2.50 w'H e TWhtn nut so paid chirped." K.u. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7.00 a. in., returning Train u.aves Rowland at at 5:20 p. m L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. 13 1 Mail tram come North " " South Express trim " South " " North Local Freight North 39 pin -- .. time is about so minutes faster South. siapm The Utter trains also carry passenger. The above is calculated on standard time. Solar am 347 am ..6591m 13 i34Pn Colds and Coughs croup, sore throat, bronchitis, asthma, and hoarseness cured by Jfyers Cherry Pectoral the safest and most effective emergency medicine. It should be in every family. Dr. Ayer & Co Lowell, Mass. A. S. PRICE, Drug Store, Stanford. J. C. flaBb Office SURGEOy DENTIST. Main treet, oer W. II. McRoberts" on R. C. MORGAN, DENTIST. D. D. S. upstairs Nitrous Oxide Uas given for painless "l,'C,lnBSTANKORD. KENTUCKY. Office on Mam street, opposite Portman House, THE SHELTON HOUSE, D. A TWADDLE, Proprietor. Rowland, First-clas- - - Kentucky. s accommodations at reasonable rates. Open day and night. Sample room and good livery in connection COOK'S SFHIBTGS K'litntc.l m 3 beautiful valler on Dix River, about miles east of Stanford, near the county road 4i eriviiie pUo, ill be open for those seeking a qui et. D.easant and healthful Summer Resort. First class accommodations will be furnished to guests and, s the Spring have been very recently open. Among the mack, the terms will be reasonable ny amusements will be dancing, boating, fishing, etc. Carnage will meet guests at Row laud when notified The season ol i3gi will open with a Grand PlcnK June y. Terms for board can be had by addressing J V. COOK, Pror., Stanford, Ry 35 1 Ktiropenti Alliance. "Europe is pencel" says the emperor of Germany to his subjects. And lie then drinks burner after buni'ver of German beer and remarks that it is a thirsty day. "Peaco is assured in says Premier Rudini in speech to the Italian senate. Then Rudini congratulates his fellow countryman that Austria, Germany and Italy have re" newed the triple alliance, the for six years more. Xay, wo are given to understand that the triple alliance is really a ipiadruplo alliance, for England is a Bilent partner in the agreement which Austria, Germany and Italy havo made to defend one another against tho aggressions of France nud Russia. The triple alliance began in 1870. In the beginning it was only a double alli ance, and Bismarck was the founder of it. Bismarck, by his diplomacy at tho Berlin conference, defeated Russia in her designs on Turkish territory, even after she had entif led herself to a fair sharo of it by hard fightiug and victory on the field of battle. Then Bismarck, fearing tho far reaching revenge of the Russian, persuaded Austria to enter intc an alliance, offensive and defensive, against the government of the czar. Next Italy was persuaded by promises and threats to enter into tho alliance, and it became consequently the Thus diplomacy and statesmanship, so called, forced the people of Italy to stand side by side in alliance with their old time and bitterly hated enemy, They have never forthe Austrian. given their rulers for that alliance to this day, and will not in our time. Germany felt uneasy as to France, too, so France was watched on ouo side and Russia on the other. But what does it mean, this triple alliance, which began in 1S79, lasted mx years, came to an enu anil lias been renewed for another six yeara? Let us see. It means that Germany, Austria and Italy must together maintain au armed forceof r,l 10.000, that being the strength of the combined standing armies of the three powers. Behold these three, thin, on one side of the fence. On the other sido stand Russia and France with their combined armies of 5,803,000 men. So they stand, snarling and showing their teeth, like dogs ready to fly at one another's throats, hating one another, jealous of one another, watching one another. Meantime Russia is steadily, like a thief in the night, pushing her way resistlessly into the south aud east in Asia. Meantime, too, these tear- fnj standing lirillieS liro felowly Citing oat the heart of Europe, paralyzing her industries destroying all fruits of tho civilization oi peace. But Eur apt Is they y. Oh, yes; Furope is peace. En-rope- ," DEMOCRATIC TICKET. In fashionable sea Hon society. Elulit ounce glove are still In vogue amom; artists. Undressed kids are often keen in the, poorer quarter. Tho summer girl will be much worn In August and Septeutlier. The summer young man will wear mittens in the fall. It Is not deemed good taste for a young man to shoot his brunette sweetheart with a blue barreled pistol. Ulttu Is for blonds. Detroit Free Press. Slutting; Fashion Notes. Sealskin conts will Im worn next winter Goeinor A Lleut.-Geerno- Fir Of IlemUrtoii. State.J"n Voting Brown Mllcholl C. Aifonl FOB SAIiEI Lot on Main Street in Stanford Containing t acres, WALTON, Stanford !l JJWISVIUC HjwAlB.S!T CHIUSO Rt 'tfl- - r 11 Of Boll. Attorney General...- .Of I'lemlHi; Auditttr Of HHn ermseasy. TR TO W.J. Ileiidnek ... Luke C. Nurmu Irwssirfr R.gittcr Stipt Instruction Cletk Csxirt -Of Gnu w. .- H. S. Hale ."WiiHgo METERS P. V GREEN, HOUSE. Proprietor 1'HIMS . . And. 5 v) jlitv -. . 0. K P And Jal Of Wolfe. Of Owen. "Drei-bund,- lllin Less of 11 llurtlt-ti- . 9 Ml 5m brake you up buyln b'loons." "Do you know, 1 t'lnk It mrka him lighter t' kcrry. He's a pow'ful hctvy chile anyhow." Harper's Bazar. Ouo .ism1s Of llarriton . I has e recently taken charge 01 this well known Hotel JHd intend krepmg it at Its present high standard. Spocml attention gisen to the traveling .A. Adams public. Thpio jo,- - County. THE A First-Clas. s SainplcKoom Inconncvtion Also Kef resentutlve W K. VorniHi l K KdmisloB C, Pool and Billiard Parlors. I'ulliiun esiibule.1 IluUct Meepers and Pn'l nan Bullet Chair Cart on all trains thruugli to Chicaro without change. Oo m the Minion nud gel the Best for the least money Kor information addrtss I s BVRkl'R.t.. I' A,Chirsg ; CRl'SIl, D P A . I miiesitl' V IF ctt ART tiOINti. . V H. & D. Th O A. R. I'morllc route, th Cincinnati. Hamilton .V Dayton Railroad, announces rate u! $ .oforthe rourxl trip betven Ctninmtl an! on August j. en account ot the G A. K Kncamrwaent On August i and i the round trip rale will be $; 15. Tickets will bo good retainnig till Aug. it, with a provision for extension till sept to, by lUitosUing tickets v. ith the joint agent at Detroit Cent a Mllo to Dotrolt. FOR CASH ONLY. I can not make a d.rrnt living bv ail a iredlt business, 1 base dendwl to J gn making irf my hrtrw shoeing buggy and By ') and repairing for cask, and for cash s itijj. cash vu can get work done cheapw well as avoid the humiliation of basing statement. eeks prrsiiled eierj le TORTK 1!IK TslTEST. ltriit diMng I lodlng that p) Flvo Dollars to Niagara Falls u.,m annual cheap etcursmn ti NUgar Fall sla thcC It .V D Railroad o. curs Thursday, July ;o The spactal excursiiHi trains will run via Toledo and Detroit and thence to the Kails sis the popular Mishigiti uentral an I Millbe solid trams, l coaches, chair cats "Wall, 'peaks like 1 nevah see you no consisting lbs. round trip rate from Cincinnati nnd or sleepers mo' wld dat chllo without ho liez a toy Indianapolis will he $ and to Toronto and return b'loon in his ban's. Should t'ink it 'ml 5 Tickets will be sold July 30, good to return 1 be WALTKR I'IF.t.DS. urnersiiile, Ky 1 LOUISVILLC A NaSMVILlt R. n. Ml Is the line for sou, as its r";h ICE,JCCE Wc will deUter kc each trorning as follws ! Double Daily Trains Make iloie vutit tt"n at 1, Aug 5- - LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI 1HRMlll.ll TICKKTS I Drei-bun- d. I'roblxni Soltril. The professor of natural science nt Ann Arbor was discussing the process of fertilizing plants by means of insects carrying the pollen from one plant to another, and to amuse them told how the old maids wero tho ultimate cattle of It all. The btttnblo liees carry tho iollen; the fluid mlcu eat tho bumble Imm?s; therefore tho nioro Held tnlco the fewer bumble bees and tho less pollen ami variation of plants, lint cits devour tho Held mice and old maid protect cats. Therefore the more old maids the more cats, tho fewer Held mice the more lees. Hence old maids are tho ctiiscof variety in plants. Thereupon, n sophomore with a single eyeglass, nn htiglish umlirella, a 1h. coat, with his "trousers" rolled up at the bottom, arose and asked: professah, what Is the cause "I ah of old maids, don't you know?" "Perhaps Miss Jono-- . can tell you," suggested the professor. "Dudes!" said Miss Jones sharply, and without a moment's hesitation. There was silence in the room for the space of thirty seconds, after which tho lecture was resumed. Detroit Free Proas, wi-a-- The through sleeping carsertice 11 A. 1) ami Michigan Central Railroads KetMeen Cincinnati sia Voledo and Detroit and the lairy isisnt1 of Mackinac and the Northern Lake retorts has been resumed for the season T'lice urs lease Ciminti.iti ciery evening, ctiepl Saturda), at ioo'lUi k, arnting at Mackinaw at 6 mi the net eveningtickets, etc , address any C , II. A D For rates, agent or E O Mi Cormick. general passenger and iKkct agent, Cincinnati, O. Turoutfli Car to Mackinaw. 50 Pounds li cent3, over urtheC. Under under 100 1 cent, over 50 and 100 ?s of a For all points SOLD. BAC.OAOI CHI'CKUI) nr an) I IIIKtil Au-t- .m cent. isf rinaii' A C v M. F. r ELKIN & CO., Ky. i tir VI NN, T, RPrMllt Start I'a J ,n n er,. ure of , Agerl tun i Kv ' C ts K) m Stanford, DR. W. B. PENNY, Qluftteat o V-r?. Dentist. rceectly vacated by Dr. L F Huffman, Stanford, Ky. Office South side Main street, in office lillO i DR. I.. B. COOK, PHYSICIAN Office AND SURGEON, r i STANFOKD. KY. James B ter Mi Roberts Drug Store Resideiue 0 ens" property at the junction ot aud Daasllle piken iru-oi- n es 1k i -- itrst to llus-lonsil- le MsVing tiimt M . uce i t t for ism Central I'uiondt llittaU, THE P. RILEY B. HOUSE, Kentucky. St, I Detroit, nun, RILEY, Proprietor, kleselaiiJ. llidianaivlis and the West. Canada, Baltimore. higaii Print. Chicago, Farmers Bank&Trast Co. OF STANFORD, KV., Is now fully organized and ready for business with Paid up Capital of Surplus, -- - - $200,000. 15,000. SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL DANK OK STANFORD, (Now closing up) with the same assets and under the same maiiagttncnt. By provisions of its chatter, depositors are as fully protected as aie depositors in National Hanks, its shareholders being held individually liable to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereoi, in addition to the amount invested in such shares. It may act as executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual. To those who entrusted their buisiness to us while mnaglng the Lincoln National Bank ol Stanford, we wc here tender our manv thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years' experience in banking and as liberal accommodations as are consistent with sound banking. IIIHECTOKS. JottrnaJIstiu Boiling Down. As a fiue specimen of the ability ol good newspaper writer to "boil down" four columns of matter may be cited the following summary from The Christian Union of Pope Leo's encyclical. The editor of The Christian Union remarks that in this encyclical the holy father has brought the Church of Rome iuto line with industrial reform. Here is its summary, with its own comment at the close: That there is a labor problem. That worklugmuu are buttering under gross Injustice. That it Is the duty of the church to concern Itself with these facts. That wealth is 11 trust and must be administered ii.su trust. That hours of labor should be such as to give time for Mini culture. That twtges hhould bo such as toghe opportunity for acquisition of property. That, If IheMi results cannot lie secured by free contract, Hie law should Interfere. That labor arbitration should taku the place of labor battles. That labor organizations ehould bo encouraged. That woman labor aud child lalor should be regulated anil reduced by legislation. That tho factory acts are right In principle. That the church, the etate, free l.ilxjr organization and capitalists should all In labor reform. These urc nil Christian Uulon liosltlous. Wo did not expect tea jours inroto live to see them advocated from the vatlcau by the l.ope. Tho world moves. Set It fur Hugging. Hotel and am Letter I base moved to my ne At the siege of Petersburg a young lieuthan ever to tenant, who s as very good looking and a lood Liseryattached accommodate the public Having removed my Barter Shop to the Cora andesery convenience di great favorite witlt the girls at home, was sued. Gise men call. mercia! Hotel. I am tub pa red to a v 3mmxlatc la-dies as well as gentlemen In anything they miy FRANK RII.KY. badly wounded in the left arm. Several of tish in my line. Cbddien also waited on Call tho surgeons declared it was necessary to JKSSF. THOMPSON. auie. amputate the limb; lint rinally oneof them InC mrrei. tal Hjtel. M. decided that by removing a section of the boue the arm could lie saved. "Hut," said Homeopathic Pliyalclnn, he, "it will be a bad job, aud when healed KENTUCK STANFORD, the arm will lie crooked." The young lieutenant, thinking that any EvsssUr ' 'tt'"lJ7'rniTl!lf n y Office Houri. 10 to 11 a m ; t to j p in ; S to kind of an arm was better than no arm, 9 p m Office on Lancaster street, opposile court house and with a thought for future conquest, replied: "Xever mind tho crook; set it for hug-giu- g and go ahead." Texas Sittings. London, New York, Washington, New Kngland, Philadelphia, Frankfort. K Iloston. (uKkest RuhmniHl, time to HairndsSurg, VIRGINIA (JwUkrst line Short's! aiij 10 I DR. JOHN CRAIG, Solid Trams, baggagi cars, smoking cars and coaihrs, Pullman ll ud ir Sleepers through with, out change via Chilian est a, Birmingham, Merld tan making direel tonnes lions en route fur Knoi. ville, Ashesille, Lynchburg and potnis in the rcainv 'Dbjleaks, A A ill i ipgn ir A WARNING. Saved. tiik roi'E says: (shaking hands with MLss Summit at the bail) Doyoti kuow, I have a singular feeling, as if 1 had come away and forgotten something. Miss Summit (coldly) Possibly you are not aware, sir, that you have no necktie on. Dashaway Oh, is that 111 Then, Miss Summit, there is nothing for you to do but to Introduce tne to your guests as a rising young poet. Brooklyn Life. Dashaway A ltesised Opinion. "I was pleased to call that cake of yours a perfect symphony, as you may remember," slid young Mr. Fitts about two hours after dinner. "Well, dear?" "I waut to revise that expression. I feel now as though I had swalloned a whole Wagnerian opera." Indianapolis Journal. PeiMHis are hereby ferbidden to fish in my take, smiles West of Waynesburg, under the penalties prescribed for such trespass. JAMK.N McWHORTKR, V Semite, Ky .lo-j- m vKrr'mmmKmM mwt LIME I AND BRICK. lni-casle- DA points 'I he only line running solid trains with chout Pullman IlMiloir or Palace Sleeping Cars to Ja k suntilic without change ler an) ilassof passen gcrsor baggage Selma and Montgomery, Hunt tville, Decatur, Herein c Memphis and ARKANSAS points OMUMpti anu ui' nv.i i. .r.ii.icm .iriini, ..19. lie Ducrt cnnc lions made at NKW i without omnibus transfer for Unit.! b Houston, Austin. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The only through line to Jackson and Vlcksburc, Miss., bhrevepcrl La., making direct Connections without omnius transfer for Dallas Fort Worth, Austin san jvninnm, r.i raw ana puimsiu OR-KA.- Chttnoca for Atlanta. Columbus, Wilminr Augu.ta, Miton. In, C'l arlcstuti. Cilj.l huidasvtlle andSatannsr, llrinss.uk, Lake FLOHI At vM til' For through rat correct county maps and tui r, will deliver Lime at j Cents a Bushel In inlormallon call on Agent at Junction Cltr, Ky neighborhood. or address r RANK V WOOLLEY, Stanford and the Tiav Pass Agt , Lexington, Kv I wilt also load on cars at Crab Orchard, Brick I) ii IDWARDS, D Mil LER, STANFORD, KENTUCKV, at 75 cents a hundred. Give me a chance. (, P, ,V T A., Iralhi Matigr , ' Has a s F.GKR, Crab Orchard Cimlcnatl, O Barber Shop on Main street, on- j,6m FRH Kill poilte Poriutan House, and invites a share of your Prompt attention to outside calls and patronage Work ipecial attention to ladiri and childrep done in the latest strle with neatness and dis patch. Dealer In Iorcign A- Domestic first-clas' F. II. FARMER, T0NS0RIAL .'ARTIST, TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO.CAUFORNIA. S. 7LEKITEE, - SS-6- Kentucky Central R.R. "UL.17K WINES AND LIQUORS, ; HOUTJ2." t. Situ Spots and the Weather. Tho French astronomer Camille Flanv mnrion throws decided cold water on tho theory that there is any proved con Shot Silk. nection between the ieriodieal changes got shot silk? NATIONAL BANK in the sun's spots and storms on our lit Old Ijidy Have yougot aany of shot silk Clerk Sorry: ain't bit tle bit of a planet. If there be suck OF STANFORD, K in stock. connection, as there probably is, it is Old Iwidy Can't you shoot some while, I not vet MifHeientlv linilfrstoml to nrpili. wait? Binghatnton leader. S2OO,000cat0 anything certain about it. There Capital Stock Commencement Km.hj a. 16,500 j'3. however, a terrestrial magnetic vuri- Surplus I heard tho essajs. That ouo ou ttti11 that is connected in some way with : The Magna, Clmrta and King John, , Attention of the public is invited to the ract SU." spots. The head Rlrl wrote. Sho with tho wreath that this is the only National Bank in Stanford. Described Lear's Wumlerhiirs on tho Heath i u. Under the provisions ol tne isa u Wltat IS delmttely kllOWU about SUn Quite prettily. Another one depositors are secured not only by the capital Explained "Tho Spots Upon tho Sun." stock, but by the stockholders' liability lor an Spots la briefly this, according to M. Tho Influence of Drowning, and amount .1.1. equal to ine siocK.so iiiai "Ct...--- . Every eleven vears the .inn ,r, rnrnl l,v a fund of $oo.ooo. Flammanon: Tho Early Writings of George Sand; FUe sworn statements ofthecondilion of the bank gjxjts attain their largest size. In those Tho Transcendental Movement; How Iwffi.".; years the greatest magnetic variati is ne.hB..eV arheteminedd It Touches German letters Now. by government agents, thus securing additional observable on the earth and the greatest All theso I sadly listened to: ano peneci aiy io uniuiuin.. "What earthly food enu theno things do?" This institution, onitinnly established as tne daily variation in temperature, I asked myself. "Does old King JuUu Deoosit Bank of Stanford in 1858, then U lUS I"'" CUOrillOUS activity Teach you to sow a patch ution ,zed as tlie Na?,,nl Bank ol Stanford in 1S65 and again reorganized as the First National Bank of n the solar bJXJtS does have a magnetic A coat? Or can tho siiotteil sun SiJnlord in iS3z. has had practically an uninter Say when a roast Is rurely done? But we do not rupted existenceof yi years It is better supplied effect on our earth. Do IirowaltiK's tangled poems tell now with lacilities for transacting business prompt know as yet, says Flammurion, just Tho way to mend a stocking w ell'" aud It aud liberally than ever before tn Us long fiduwhere the spots themselves nre located. honorable career. Accounts of corporations, While I was wondering indly there, ciaries, firms aud indiwdual. respectfully sohc- - They may be in the fiery fog known as A sweet girl rose, nnd. I declare, Bho talked about all homely things Ine Directory of this Bank 11 composed ot tho photosphere, which surrounds the From washtubs dowa to mullln rlugs! T.J. Foster, of Stanford; county; jun, or they may be upon the surface of Bh had ten pages all on pie; Forestus Reid, Lincoln Sho knew tho choicest way to fry tho sun lUelf. J. V. Hayden, Stanford; Au oyster, and how best to bako If it were true that we have more Baughman, Lincoln; S. H. A good old fashioned johnny cake. Vernon; M. J. Miller, Mt storms in heavy sun spot years thau in Next day thnt k'lrl was asked to share S T. Harris Lincoln; others, and tho storms are proortioiial The fortunes of a millionaire; S. Mocker Stanfsrd; J. Sho now reads lit owning' wondrous books. to the spots, then wo ought to have had G A. Lackey, Lincoln; And leaves the cooking to her cooks. twenty times as many storms in 1883 as P. Mill, Stanford; T Tho girl who wrote on Hrownlng's work In 1S19, and no storms at all in 1878. W. G. Welch, Stanford. Is married to a gentlo clerk, V. 1'. Tate, Stanford. But in 1878 tho storms were very severe A Whose Income's small. No girl have they; J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; ' J. M. Kail, Stanford; J. S. Owslsy, Stanford; S J. Embry, Stanford ; J. E. Lynn, Stanford; . A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgeville; J. K Raughman, Hustons ille; J. F. Cash, Stat.ford; William Coach, Stanford, Ky. S. H. Shanks, President J B. Owsley, Cashier W. M. Bright, Teller. J. H. Baughman, General Hook Keeper. J Why She Wept. One of the bridesmaids was softly crying during the ceremony, and her escort, utidg- ing her, whispered: "What are you crying for? It Isu't your j Semi & Ackerman's and Milwaukee bottled l.eer,3i4 Kast Jefferson street, bet Hod am Steam bottlisl Preston, LOUIS WI.I.K, KY beer, varranled to keep six itonths Jly goo-lPortman House salo.m and will be found at the at rrrrill Bros'., Rowland s OLD KY. ROUTE Newport Tho Shortost nnd Qulckotst Routo from Contra! Kentucky to all polnta North THROUGH TRAINS CINCINNATI TO MID DLIBOROU(.H unj JELI.IC. SCHEDULE South-Houn- wedding." "That's why Pin crying," she said. New York Press. '"; Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, Now York, Nes Mississippi i alleytoCo , "K. D. bond Vestibuieu rains .V East, WoBt and Soutb-WotsFa Lino betweon LoxtiiKton and Cincinnati. IN EFFECT MAY 10,18,1, No I. No, 5 I No j For Sal I Ilmil Lines. Briggs You know that old sultof mine? I sold it for ten dollars today. Griggs How nice. Brings Not at all. I had to take the money aud make the first payment ou my tailor's bill. Clothier aud Furnisher. FIRST j 01 ! .v.1- i. I ." OFFULRS: I, S.HocVer, President; John J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A. McKiuney, Assistant Cashier yr . v I bruin fever in lSsl. now has hair seven inches long. Miss Asennth Philpott, of Gainesville, Texas, whoso head was shaved for 10 feet Shu Bcrubs ulid cooks tho livelong day; And slybs. v. lillo bending o'er tho range. When she r UecU upon tho change Tho fall from school sublimities To tattered books of recipes. -- SprlngUeld Grapull. Ex. Sun. Daily I Ex. Sun ... 8 to a m 8 00 p ml 3 P in Lve Cincinnati In the corporate limits o Rowland. Lve Covington.... 818 a ml 8 o! p m 3 06 p m JCiimI Jlotiml. Lve Falmouth...... 9 4) a m, 9 16 p m J' P ra 16 Fast Mail leaves Lusliigton daily at 73? am, Arr Paris H.;j. DARST, Rowland. ,0 P ra 11 is a in 10 ,3 p m p ra Winchesters J 3, Mt Sterling S j,OIIe Hill 10 ,0 Arr Lexington - u 10 p m 00 p m I j pm, Cnlleitsburg 11 al, arrlilng Ashland u at Lve Paris rn 13 ti J a mi Hiintinztou is. so pm 6 50 p m p ' Limited Kipress leases Lexington daily at 6 it Arr Winchester., u 10 p m 7 35 P a mi Arr Richmond.... r 35 ) pm, Winchester 700, Mt Sterling 7 ,t, Ohe Hill m o uj, rtsiiiauu 1030 uaiiciisourg lu 4j, aiming 111 Arr Lancaster... 4 45 P m Stanford...., 3 P Arr Huntington at 11 07 pm I am well prepared to bore wells and willjdo the Accoaunudalion, ilnily. escept Sundar, leases Lve Richmond ... 35 p in Llvingion.... 3 13 p m s 4; pm, Winihster 7 10, Mt. ater manner and promptly Lexnigtau at work in a good Arr Lve Middlesboro 1 )) line 7 4, arriving at Olive Hill at 10 pm Accommodation, dully escept Sunday, leases One Lexington lit 11 40am, Winchester la 10 pm, Mt North-BounNo. a. No. 4. No.fc Gallon or address me at Stanford, Kentucky. Sterhuz t os urn Dailv leave Ohse Hill 6 it am' L. I. b.'l 1 M. 2j.lt Ashland 8 45 am, Catlettshu.g 901, arrlies limit I ." g e Lve Middlesboro 6 58 a m inglon 9 15 am. Lve Livingston... 11 It tin AVcHt Jloimtl g , Arr Richmond.... is 40 am Fast Mail leaves Hinillngton dally at A 00 am, 0" jj Catlettsburg 6 a;, Ashland 6 37, Olite Illll S 10, Mt Lve Stanford . . 7 00 a m Sterling 1027, Winchester 11 03 and arrives Lex-lu- Lve Lancaster.... 7 30 a in Arr Richmond. ... 10 13 a in at not pm Limited l.xpreis leaves Hun'ington daily at 90 Lve Richmond..,. 11 46 p m 6 05 am Mill on the Somer- - pm, Catlettsburg I 39, Ashland Olive Hill Arr Winchester. I hHve finished my new Saw 50. 40 p m 6 35 a m set pike, 7 miles Irom Stanford and " prenar S. 3 01, Mt. Mcillng 4 ,p, Winchester 4 j3 and arrives Arr P.aris 3 33 pj m 7 43ajn to furnish any kind of LUMBER, SHIM.LK m at l.extngtrn at 5 30 pm. Lve p"m 7 oo a m 3 43 p m I will sell the lui t. Accommodation, dally exeept Sunday, leaves Lve Leajugton .. 3 00 1 a 45 P m 7 53 a in, a 23 ji m ber'at the mill or deliver, to suit purchasers. Give Olive Hill 4 am Mt. Sterling 6 jj, Winchester Lve aris Falmouth.. . 4 10 p in 9 a mi c t m me a trial. Pestoffice, MAVWUUU, m . 7 13 and arrives at Lexington at 8 05 am. Arr Covington.... 5 40 p m 10 J3 araUj; 4 m shingles at Stan I will deliver sawed chestnut Accommodation daily leaves Huntington sit 6 33 Arr Cincinnati.... 3 30 p m 10 55 a m 6 45 y m 10 and arrives ut ford or Rowland at ft 1 pcr.M pm, Catlettsburg 657, Ashland 7 A.B.BASTIN Olive Hills 55 pm. Except Sunday leaves Mt 4J-- y On theMaysville Branch, No 10. leaves Paris o pm, Winchester t 55 nnd arrives a 755, am and No. 17, at 613, p m arriving at Sterling at Lexington at 1 45 pm Maysvileatioio,am, and 830. p m. Nq. at A. G Lanham 9 John B. Cattleman. m, arriving at Pans at Express runs dally and tas leaves Maysvillc at s Limited Vestibuled No, 7 40, a Pullman Veslibuled Butfet Sleepers between Lou- arrives in. Paris 11 leaves p Maysville at 150 and at at 4 m. These trains ar. isville, Lexington, Washington, New York and daily except Sunday. to, Old Point Comfort. This train is made part of the No. 1, dally to all points except Rowland Dlvis. celebrated Ion. which Is daily except Sunday. No, runs dally from Lexington to Cincinnati. No, a runs daily East of Huntington on the C. .V O. Route. No 15 run, daily fiom all stations except the daily except Sunday belast Mail Trains runHuntington. Make Division, which is dally except Sunday. direct Rowlanddaily tween Lexington and No. j except Sunday. connection at Huntington with C A- O. ; at Ash No, 4 daily between Cincinnati and Lexington land wuh S. V. R ; at Winchester with K C K. No aj Paris and Lexington Accommodation dat. bound, and at Lexington with R. north and south ly Leaves Lexington 10.00 a. in. Arrives Paris L & , I. S und C ,N. O. A: T. P. Railroads. a. in Lexington aud Olive Hill Accommodation daily, No except Sunday. Connects ut Winchester to aud nati 8 Falmouth Accommodation; leaves Cincin510 p m. Arrives Falmouth 7 05 p m daily and at Lexiiigtor. with L. Ar N. from K. C points except Sunday, R. R for Louisville. No. 7 Leaves Falmouth 6 00 a m. Arrivea CinLexington and Mt Sterling Accommodation Sunday, aud makes direct con- cinnati 7 55 a in daily except Sundar. runs daily except MANAGERS, No. aud nection at Winchester to and from Middleslmr-oug- h points 3on fi make connections at Winchester for the N. N. A-- M V. RW, E. I). and Richmond, aud at Lexington u Ith L. S. ..N.,. "tries through cars from Cincinnatlto Commerce Building, Louisville. Ily. for Louisville in regard to rates, routes. Middlesborough and Cumberland Gap aud all In For full information Ac , pply to any agent of this or connecting lines lermediate stations and runs daily, Agent throughout the South. w, r intMcnw n... c! s. : KNorv, C. L. BROWN, riL F.. HUNTINGTON, jen .,.,.,u..,.,..,r1, Louisville. Act. V. P. and G M , OP A., Geberul ollice, Lexington, Ky. Kv Agfont, S. F. II. MORSE, Gen'l I'ass'e'r Agt., V S HARRISON. r. .W. HARNEY. T. P.A.,Aihland, Ky J Office Chamber ot Commerce Uuilding.Cic G. M Lexiugton.K) STANFORD. KY. 1 1 Twenty BuilcHnjj Lots All points Kast and Southeast Only one night out Irons Lexington, Corrected Time Card In F.ifect Ma 3, 1S91, 1 I ?" WEIX At BORIBTG 1 .. ,. M Dollar a Foot. 1 pn .j......, d. Bastixi's Saw Mill. .ii.ntmrpitirKS. ?i" gt 1 1 1 1 ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. "a . ( . M Insurance Company, f. r. v. 1 , N-- 10-1- BA11BEE &CASTLEMAN t.. W. A. TEIBBLB, Local oii TmcSi' r C -