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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891073101 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. v?F . Wr-- " "i Semi-Weekl- y vol. xix. HUSTONVILLE. CRAB ORCHARD. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. JULY 31. 4891. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. NO. 43 Miss Kale Hays has securwl the Ty Dave IMwbem is rejoicing willy and begins teaching Monovur the addition of a boy to his inter' rone H-lto- eating little Hook. A large per cent, of our mail matter "tracts mid now Is re ns thick i9 chigoes in the opponents e regret to tlie blackberry patches, stnte, Oeorge Ryan run over from Somernet iiiHt week for n few diiys with ids friend here, nud tliat means evurybody for never did stranger more thoroughly ingratiate himself ii any community than has "Sister" with thli people. Mrs. John (Soodtr entertained lust Wednesday evening in honor of her husband's nieces, Mioses Dora Miller, of Hoyle, and Kiln Joue, of Lexington. A delicious lunch wAs spread and an engagement elsewhere of .!: looal prevented dancing. Mies Lucy di vens and her guest, Miss 0 recti, of I'erryville, were "stormed" Thursday evening. The first wagon load of melon was brought to town Inst Friday and though they had wandered from a distant Southern State in qtist of a market found a ready Kile dispitc physicians' warning that consumers mist so time their cramps ns not to interfere with if they expect a profession' nl administration of cholers mixtuict. One of our most popular yoiinc men lias concluded that his unluckiest Scarcely had etar is now ascendent. his back recovered from sore punish nieut by fair hands when he found it necessary to bury his Sunday riir to eliminate one of the moit pungent liquid extracts native to America, and delegate a friend to t'icet a preHng engagement. The rattle snake and pole-ca- t are rampant at this inception of H day. Hon. It L. KwitH'n sermon Sunday was liituned to as attentively ami praised hh loudly as hii political speech deJ ' livered the day before. Mr. W. A. Onrcon has rented from Col. John Ituchauau the upstairs rooms acrocs from the Corner Hotel tind he Mini bis haud'Wine wife will go to house-- It is reported up town that It. C. Ford is not expected to live till morning. Willie Young, n miner at Altamont, was killed Wednesday by tdate falling on him. He was a quiet, iuotreusive citizen aud well liked by all acquaint- drg-lay- n. Mr. Hugh Thompson, of the l'ork in Caey, was rather over-unthus-e- d IHg on his return from High Bridge Camp Meeting, Sunday a week, and nb-- 1 livious or iudill'erent to time nud place, opened a fusiladu with his pistol as he started out of town. The marshal re-- 1 ttirmul lila niilit'ii iii Vim! tint lnrkllv tin one stopped a wild bullet, and Mr. T. will be meat for .Imltry Cumuli when imprudent enough to venture within his jurisdiction. I returned to his business at Lebanon last Sunday after u Will Cnbhell pleasant week in tljis vicinity, "llroth-er- " Prye's familiar figure is iigjiin feature of our burg after a prolonged stay in the urasslionper State. Tom Robin- sou sports the most variegated suit of citihair tiiat any of our zens ever saw. Originally almost black, . .,...!. .. Ill ... it.o .u., ... ui ilirciui nj'iinnii; i.r tvi lino lilii. lull! a venerable cast to Tom's appearance, but now when his hat is removed his friends are startled to see that a bright bronze has been conspicuously added to tin two pronounced shades of several years. g The new constitution is the topic. In a circle of cultivated maids and matrons that instrument was recently mentioned and one of the mat- .. .. .i... i i ..r rutin "Ha iujkcu i ic i views. illi ....LI.... know nor care anything about State constitutions, but would love to secure an amendment to the national coustitu tion whereby mothers who have nursed BARBOURVILLE, KNOX COUNTY. S aud 10 children should be pensioned Hon. John H. Wilson, Judge Tins-leand instead of the robust and John T. Hays addressed the peowho have not loafers half of their country's service to their ple of this vicinity on the new constitu. tion last Monday at the credit," was tlio wise response. Judge Boyd also spoke iti opposition to The showers have been very parthe instrument. tial since the drought was broken in Mrs. Ora Chamberlain is visiting in Jutio aud many tlelda haveHreoeived u Manchester this week. Mr, Will Hawn, eulllciency of rains to maintain a thrifty formerly the individual of growth of vegetation whilst those of bells have the Cumberland Valley Bank, resigned neighbors in sound of dinner Ins position with that institution last had but a sprinkle from margins of the Saturday. His vacancy has not vet Last WednesdayKtiight and been filled. clouds. Miss Gertie I'aydeu, of Thursday morning there was the heav- Georgetown, is at the Anderson House iest precipitation on some neighboring Col. D. H. Olark, of this place, nnd localities that has fallen since April, David G. Colson, of Middlesboro, spoke which was supplemented by a nice rain to the citizens of Clay county at Man Saturday night and Sunday morning. chester last Monday. The Tlio present outlook for corn is fully up was crowded nnd the debate was listen to the average at this date, barring the ed to with great interest and it is fair to very late tlelds. say that Col. Clark hail tho house with have an abiding The him, while showing up the proposed faith in influence of the lirst constitution m its truo light. L'oth of July, in determining the weathThe canvass of Knox county in op er of following b!x weeks, tlio position to the new constitution com period. A shower on the Uoth promises Hon. John II. Wilson, mences s. plentiful rainfall during Judge Tinsley, Judge D. N. Cull, Col. On one occasion we met a crowd Clark, C. F. Davidson, II. 0. Faulkner of mountaineers on n fateful day in nnd others will be the principal partici June, which was to deteruiiuu the pants in tlio canvass. e will not bo important matter of mast or no mast. able to tell you in our next letter how A heavy rain that day iuvarinbly Knox county has gone, hut feel Bafe in blasted the acorn mast was n tradition saying that it will give n nice majority in which nearly all believed. There against me new cousuuiuou. we were waH a local shower that day, west of the in Manchester last Monday and Mr. Jno ' mill where thatjerowd assembled, aud G. White, one of the best and most in wo remember very distinctly that the fluential citizens of the county, told us acorn crop was almost an utter failure that despite all the false reports as to where that rain fell, whilst a lino crop how much majority the county will givo river where was reported across the for the constitution, it is his opinion that thero was no rain. Tlio pollen was it will ho defeated in that county. washed from the bloom is the solution. Haven't you forgotten something, sir?" Mlloa' Norvo and Ltvor Pllla hinted the waiter insolently, us the the liter, Acton a new Anew atomach and tiowcli through the nerve. bilious, guest was leaving the table. "Ah, yea, thnnks; I believo I have." nnd tho discovery. Dr Milei' I'tlls speedily cure lis cr, piles, constipation. neat, badtasle, torpidomen, children, siuallcil, guest took a half dollar from under his for men, tt Uneuuatsd mildest, surest. Fifty dotes 3j cent, Samples plate, and with a pleasant smile, put it hack in his pocket. free at A. R. lVnny's, much-travele. 1 allab-sorbin- keeping there in tin near future. Mies Jennie' Ruteher, the daughter of Charley Mutcher and a graduate of Ituren, hns been engaged to teach the full term of the colored school here. She commenced Ijumiiphs Monday. Mr. Sam Magee, who was elected constable at the last election hut who by the misunderstanding of some little technicality of law, failed to qualify, will it is said have to make the race again, and he c.ills on bin friends to come out and support him next Monday. Don't fail to stick in a vote for him, for he will make a good otllcial. Mr. Alfred Rowland, who for several years has been atllicted with rheumatism and blindness, died Monday at his home in the Holdam Mill locality, aged about l. He was a uativeof North Carolina, a sohlinr in the I'tiion army, a quiet, peaceable citizen ami an honest, generous hearted man. Once he lived here in town and was in prosperous circumstances, but reverses of war and the too frequent use of grog sapped his strength, swept his pioperty away and reduced him to a state of extreme poverty, in which death found him. An aged wife, llkawise ttlliicted, survives him, along with several grandchildren, who will be taken care of by relatives. The burial occurred Tuesday. t Mr. and Mrs. Joe are down from l'ineville, the gnehts of Mrs. J.S. Fish. Mrs. Liauie Bryant, of Ctuupbells villi', Mrs. W. J. Dubon and Misw of Terry ville, are visiting Mrs. Gar ner and Miss Mrv Koliii?ori on Stan ford street. Those two handsome and popular gents, Messrs. Hilly Ueazley ami Hilly 1'ettus, went to Pillion's Wednesday to see bomo of their friends. Miss Katie Davis has returned frouiii week's visit to Miss Fannie Crawford, of Gum Sulphur. Judge Kgbert is in l'ineville. Mr. Lucien l'ettus is up from the great iron metropolis, Birmingham, to spend n portion of the heated term in C. O. with the dear homefolks. Mr. Joe Pleas ants is at Cumberland Gup helping forward the building craze now on in that thriving city. Miss Mamie .Smith, of Somerset, and Miss Florence Harris, of Luicaster, are the guests of Miss Maud l'ettus. Miss Mamie Doboard is back from a month's visit to l'ineville nud a certain .young man's heart is lighter and happier. (Our correspondent devotes n half column to prove that "X" was away oil' when he reported that Bobbin did up hwell in tlio discussion of the new constitution ajid that the reverse of the as sertion is true. As it is not a matter of very great moment we will admit that Kwell downed Hobbitt and suggest that if the correspondent had himself sent a letter Monday, there would have been no occasion for nny other report.) Kim-harlra-the- r, ances. -- Hon. Kdwnrd Parker has sold his residence and properly to Sehool-SupWeaver for o0. The way property has been selling here, Prof. Weaver bus got a b.irgain. Col. It. J. Breckinridge and Hon. Inlin H. Wilson will speak here Thurs day on the constitution and probably other questions, unless some of our small fry who claim earlier announce ments refuse to give way. Jim Tipton was brought to town Tuesday on a warrant sworn out by his mother, whom he had knocked down after beating his sister. He had already been tried before 'Squire Vaughn on n confession, and the case was dismissed by Judge Cauifax. "Col. C. W. Shively nnd Miss Lilly Clark, of B.irbourville, were here this Miss Lou McKee, of Pitman, week. Florida, is on a visit to relatives here. Craft has gone to Manchester on a visit to W. C. Pitman's family. Cooge Reynold has moved to town. M. B. Jones, with Miss Nannie Brock as assistant, commenced the public school here Monday. Tlio- condition and lack of for tho children of both sexes that attend this school is a shame and an outr.ige to the boasted enterprise of a town witli $10,000 streets, t. MrH.-Salli- e - out-house- s c. y ex-sold- ier camp-followin- g court-house- book-keep- court-hous- e old-time- rs dog-da- dog-day- to-da- y. dog-day- ( principlc-regulat- ine Blackberry time is nbotit over. Pluiity of apples at 40 cents a bushel, beans at 'Jto cents a bushel, new potatoes (H) cents a bushel. A few peaches aio coming in and later there will be plenty. Corn crop prospect line, wheatditto s and oats the same, and altogether e looks prosperous in Laurel. Tlio London Manufacturing Co. hns burned a brick kiln with success. Mr. Andy Johnson's new sash and door factory is in full operation, aud both planing mills are continually running with plenty of orders on tile, and the reason why wo have not a larger city is we have not more enterprises of like nature. Give us a (louring mill, ye moneyed nun. Messrs. Colson and Woodson, of Middlesboro, advertised to speak here last Saturday for and against the constitution. The most of Colson'a time was taken up in abusing' the democrats, while Mr. Woodson confined himself to the subject, as advertised, and made the best argument against it that has yet been made in my hearing. After these gentlemen had concluded Hon. V. Bore-iureplied to John Youug Browu'a speech of a week before, but tho crowd was thinned outsothat his listeners were but few. The judge was taking the old mountain plan of tiring from ambush, which in his case, as always, was decidedly the safest. Tho following letter has been received by the chairman of the democratic party of Laurel county from tho democratic chairman of Kockcustle county : "1 see in an article in the Courier-Journ- al (July tho L'Sth) iu of which it is stated that 'At a meeting of the democrats of toUockcastlc, held at the day lyesterday to decide ns to whether the uemocrals are to have a candidate for the legislature, it was unanimously decided that they would not present one.' Xow I would like to say that no meeting of the democrats of Kockcastlo county had been otlichilly called to take such action. It is true that probably 20 men met nnd so decided, but the meeting was not called by the county chairman and I ns county chairman told the meet-lu- g that they had no right to biud the democrats of Rockcastle or Laurel, and Mr. A. J. Pike, whom they called to the chair, so announced to them. And further, nearly nil of those in the meeting had pledged themselves to Mr. Fagan, tho independent. Hence we would like for the democrats of Laurel to understand that this meeting was held and acted without authority and no one is bound by it. has an1 will also say Mr. Ballard nounced his candidacy nnd that he has always been a democrat. 0. O. Williams, Yours truly, Chairman Co. Com. Kockcastlo Co." There is not a drop of mugwump or nny heretical blood that flows through the veius of the democracy of Laurel, aud whenever a set of men, authorized or unauthorized, place before our people as a candidate an independent republican indorsed by the Farmers' Alliance nnd Knights of Labor, or nny other outside party, then our people kick out of .ho traces aud wont work. Tom Jim Ballard cornea to ua as an independent democrat without any otllcial indorsement except that from the chairman of Rockcastle that ho has al ways been n democrat, and for lack of anything better it is sutlicient for the democracy of Laurel who will voto for him to a man, unless Rockcastle will put us out a democrat with their otllcial sanction. very-thinghe-cauto-da- y g Rev. T. B. Cook will preach to the united congregations at the Baptist church here on next Sunday night. There was an unusually large crowd in town on Monday, it bing County Court day. The merchants all report n good business. The best of order prevailed, not nu arrest being made. The colored people's stock fair begins and continues through tomorrow. It will he held nt the same place that the Gartard stock fair was held. The niuic will be furnished bv the Renetown Band. The speech of Prof. L. V. Dodge, the republican candidate for superintendent of public instruction, on Monday, was well received by his party and listened to attentively by the people generally. John M. & Hugh T. Logan have purchased the stock of W. 0. Sweeney, deceased, and are opening with a full stock of boots, shoes, and gents' furnishing goods. These ure two of Garrafd's most popular business men and will secure n liberal share of the patronage. Jim Burnside, the colored horse trainer, nged about !!0 yeais, died very suddenly Tuesday morning at 5 o'clock. At the coroner's inquest the following verdict was rendered : "We the jury find that the leceased came to his death by he excessive use of bad whisky." James Gay, Jr., of this county, was tried before County-Judj- e Robinson for the cutting of John Sams on the train between this place and Hiattsvilie after tho close of the stock fair. He was promptly and very properly acquitted as it was shown that he was protecting from insult the young lady under his charge . Sams is convalescing. The debate between Messrs. Breckinridge nnd Jacobs upon the merits of the new constitution was able, brilliant and forcible. The arguments for nnd against the instrument were clearly and eloquently presented by each of tho distinguished gentlemen who participated in tho discussion. It seemed that the applause was about equally dividid, though they were both listened to and received the undivided attention of the large nudience iu attendance. Geo. T. Mason, of Chicago, is here visiting his mother. Mies Katie is visiting her sister, .Mrs. Wood DunlHp at Camp Nelson. Mrs. Dr. of Atlanta, Gn., is visiting relatives here, ller brother, James L. Duncan, and wife returned with her from Atlanta, where Mr. Duncan has been under the care of Dr. F.lkin. We are exceedingly glad to note n great improvement in his condition. Capt. R. A. Burnside is in Boll county on business. Misses Katha-lee- n Saunders, of Georgia, and Lizzie Grinnan, of Cynthiana, nre visiting Miss Bessie Bush. Mrs. Dr. Jennings Price has gone to .Middlesboro to spend a witli Mrs. J. P. Sandifer. Kee is in town. .Miss Delia Hughes lias returned from Matksbuiy. Miss Annie Royston is visiting friends iu Middlesboro. Mrs. R. L. Grinnan is the guest of tiie family of Dr. Bush. to-d- ay Lau-drum El-ki- n, few-day- STANFORD MALE ACADEMY B. F. BLAKENAN, KihkI, and we would assure us Principal. 'I he record of the Stanford Mali- Academy for thorough work, hn in t'ie pat, exceptionally pat'ont and friends that n pains will he sjuri-- l to mmntiiu its former hi;rh standard Ih course cf study will include all branch s necessary to prepare fur the FreOimaa class in College and at the sair.e time will be arranged to mwt the want of those Mottiaf a lirst class Knztisli ed itCHtiea. For tho who may desire to tit themselves for business, a (Pacini course la arithmetic bo9k l(epinir will he marked ou The fall will open TUE3DAY, SEPT. 1ST, and it is especially dt.luble thit all pupils be ptes- - ' cut on that day t ln .i TKKMS: (Por fixe months payable quarterly in ads anee, with reasonable deduction for protracted Primary Department Istcrme-liat- f Department Classical Department sickness.) S11.90 7.5o IncMertal Kee u.50 1. 00 Centre College Academy DANVILLE, KY. The Xervt Session of this Institution Begins Sept. 9, With a lull course of study, lioth Rnjliih :indClal al 'irse of instruction is especially a laoted to preoare younif n en Tor the t rehman Class, it s inti led at the same time to furnish a Knjlith education to any nho desire It. In cuniic ti' n with the Ai a Jerry U'eral M A Homo Soarding & Training' Department 1 Has been established in the home and under the personal centre of the Principal. Regular study hours under the supers Ision ol the Principal and assistants and the restraints and government of a Christian home are cm bined with the hest educational adsatitaes. For turther particulars in regard to Ijoard, tuition, etc , address JAMES B. WALTON, Principal. Danville, Ky. Stanford. Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Fall Session Tuesday, September 1st, Kali corps it Censers itory and Xormal Art. Excellent boarding department. 1 1891. ch ol teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music and Ca'alogu-- s aud c re ars furnished en application. JAY- EYE SEE of Mn. Farm, home Wis., says: "Aftcrtrylns every known remedy, I removed a large liunch of two ycnr.s standing, from a 3 year old Illly, witli three applications or J. I. Cask, (Hickory Grove w ; ! ! ; QUINN'S OINTMENT, VMOV i ! 3a A TKADF. MAIIK. heartily recommend it to all Horsemen." - We have hundreds 0 such testimonial. Prlce.Sl.SOpcrlinttlr. Ask yourtlruKsl'tforlt Iflio uo not Kti'i!t,sinius-.:c.istaii)- i or saver, ror trial ooz. "V. II. 131)1) V & CO., "V hiteliall.N.Y. of. 1 It Is tho best preparation I havo ever used or heard ; fOHHK3$r1 IGHTNBNi IIsvliSiSy FOR MAN u;ep Fo e OR praih; BEAST eTc. G. SAFE lame "fiic BftcK fort 2YAftf FoR F?HUMAra f . rROp 0.- - WGT& RlCHAfWH-TAYLOliMBD- KTnzrmMBFssL s Kin-nuir- d GREEN BRIAR SPRINGS. There will be a graud "meet" of fix hunters at Green Rriar and Dripping Springs dining the mouth of August. toiMiiEi for court-hous- e inesatuocluu to whom I rented Dripping last year haye again rented it from Mrs. Adamsifor a month, and will camp there during August. A party of 10 young men from Lexington, aud" many others have engaged board at Green Briar for August so as to join them in the hunt. I have at Green Briar two nice d aud painted cottages, containing 4 rooms each, which I will rent to families who desire to keep jhouse nnd do their own cooking. I charge $10 per week for the whole cottage, or So for on o large room nnd one small room for cooking purposes. Cottagers are allowed nil the privileges of a regular boarder, and nre expected to conform themselves to the rules of hotel. Our retiriyg hour ia 11 o'clock, excopt on special occasions. Respectfully, D. G. Slaugiiteh. weath-erboarde- Infants and Children "CajtorlaLsso well adapted to children that I recommend It as superior to any prescription II. A. Auciier, 31. D., known to me." Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Tu Caatorla cures Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, DUtThtra. Kructation, Kills Worms, gises sleep, and promoted di. rest ion. Without injurious medication. Ckttaur Company, T7 Murray Street, If. Y. The Old Reliable Jeweler im in the Lead. A. R. Penny. OF Has the largest and MOST COMPLETE STOCK, j"i? ,J iw1' ever shown in Stanford at prices J ing room. "The Informer geU $o0. I as low as the lowest. played one night till they roped me iu watch-maker- s in the State, for all I had. about Next day I inRemember that I have one of the best formed nnd got the $30. The next day who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to I took my SoO and, by jiminy Christmas, all kinds beautifully done. Old Engraving of I busted the bank, aud left town with send jobs to the city. Your trade and work is solic-te$1,500. Then I stnt the $50 baek to the gold and silver taken at market price. conscience fund." Detroit Free Press. A. R. PENNY? and I guarantee satisfaction. in," he aaid to a group ;n the hotel "Omaha's a great place to play poker read- Watches and JewelryV mtr,&?jmi0rFwZ d According to tho Brewers Hand-boo- k there were 30,021,070 barrels of beer consumed in this couutry during the year ending tho 1st of May, showing an excess of barrels over the con- umption of the previous year. Of this amount Massachusetts is debited with about a million barrels. Boston Herald. Ohio Brooderd' Aasoclation. :V-00,- H.6.RUPLEY,' - I ifiStewhm$'&iU&& Is Receiving His Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Mr. W. U r'a if, l'rtsldent of the I ciation, at Cleveland, writes Quinn's Ointment fur years. Some haso heen little short of miraculous that are just coimnj ou orijln it is Infallible." hase known nbuvc Asso- of its cures For all or of recent Springii Summer Goods Give uim a call. ir EP'wymMBI tr The delegates to the Constitutional Convention have announced Unit if constitution, wo may expect to hear the their bantling is approved by the people I'egin.Aiifttiti and uniinin-i fburtU) Ihii meeting will In the by note W. harmonious sound of they will at Frankfort next when the sheriff begins his annual GRA17DEST IN" THE HISTORY OF THE ASSOCIATION. September and will proceed to correct round to collect taxes and fee bills. July 31, 1S91 all errors of punctuation, rectify all the , H ed UinK Ky., Eichliarn's Mum Heart) Wrkoirc. Stanford, W "w Kcarinn tr.us null i... and trenlly refused rile bad grammar, strike out all the surplus V1, The proposed constitution makes disj n ,.r r , ?e.rclary age and remove all conflicts and contra crimination in favor of the railroads alDEMOCRATIC TICKET. dictions. To accomplish this Herculean ready built and against those which are task, how much time will be consumed to be built in the future. Is this due Young llrown and how much money will be expended? John Governor Of Henderson. to the fact that 70 of the 100 delegates Waiving all question of the right of the . Mitchell C. Alford Lleut..Gocraor had free passes over all tho railroads in Convention to alter the Constitution afOf Hell. I.AIKAi.LXANlJr.K'SHOTI I., W the State ? W. J. Hcndnck ter the people have ratified it, the qtips-tioAttorney General OI Fleming. recurs how are they going about Tiik pioposed constitution rrov','l8 Luke C. Norman Auditor AND the work? It is admitted that there is that the entire property of manufactoor Boone. ? punctuation, bad grammar, ries may he exempted for live yeais from ....11. S. Hale i nproper Treasurer Of Graves. some surplusage, many conflicts and municipal taxation. It, however, for- Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, oiinns.tf rmir.i ...G. II. Su, ango c intradictions; but the serious work beRegister bids an exemption to the people of more Of Wolfe. gins in determining what parts of tho LOUISVILLE, KY. worth of personal property. than K. I'. Thompson Supt. Iuitruction A sKcrkt ballot may be a good thing the instrument tho people have settled Of Owen. he a bad thing. We can not Manasor- NEWSY NOTES. A. Adams on as surplusage and which of a number and it may A. W. Clerk Court Appeals J. SuUivan. J. L. tell how it will work without trying it. Of Harri'ou. of conflcts upon a given subject the peoThe C. A O. will open its new line law requiring it ple want stricken out and which retain- For this reason, the to the Hot Springs of Virginia on Aug. County. ..w, K. Varnoii ed. should have been enacted, if at all, by 13th. Judge For example: Sec. 1(V declares that the legislature so that it might be re...i). II. Kilmittou Representative., Mis. J. II. Hradshaw, of Paris, quarill municipal corporations of the same pealed if it fail of irood results. By the reled with her husband and then went constitution, however, it is The cHstinfjuiehetl head of our Stnte class shall possess the same powers and proposed and drowned herself. us whether it be good or ill. Huy the STUDKIUKKR, and ticket, Hon. John Younj: Hiown, ably be subject to the same restrictions." Yet fastened on While Bitting under a tree watchSec. KM allows some towns belonging to It may turn out that the power of corJ base-baby the candidate for lieutenant game at Warren, Pa., two you will have the best one made. centered in the board of ing a governor, Hon. M. C. Alford, and Hon. the 3d class to have a tax rate of $1.30 ruption will be men were struck by lightning and killed. I am agent for the celebrated on the $100, and others of the same class election ofllcers instead of the election AV. J. Hendrick, candidate for attorney-ReneraJim King, a Webster county blind Perhaps this will be right. have made a pretty thorough are limited to $1 and still others of the bummer. tiger keeper, escaped from u mob which class to "o cents. It is plain that Klectiou bummers should not have a was about to hang him for cruelty to his canvass of the State, and filled the boys same monopoly of corruption. Tho ofllcers in the trenches with enthusiasm every- these two sections are in conflict. Which wife. one will be stricken out and which one ought to have a shire of the spoils. And have reduced prices on both where they have spoken. Mr. Brown Tl ret' labor leaders are uuder arrest Kqtinl rights to all is a good motto. of the retained? has made speeches in at Hutu , Mont., for murdering nn editor Hows and repairs I also have the Dicks Kced Cutter, KxccLior brings in another conflict. Uv Sec. counties, and has stirred by his eloThe Kuiieus City Tiuit-- of tho t'tJth who attacked their methods of doing der Mills, Huckeye of the 3d class I'ump, CincinnatigKlcvator and a full line quence many a faint heart into former its provisions some cities contains a splendid picture and a highly busiueis. democratic life and hope. He deserves are allowed an indebtedness of 10 per eulogistic sketch of Kentucky's next a light on a crowded excur- of Groceries and Hardware. During to he elected by the full vote of hU par- cent, and others of the same class of on- governor, John Young Brown, from the sion train, near Hoekwood. Pa., a police ty and each democrat should feel it his ly 3 per rent. How can this be, if all pen of Thomas T. Crittenden, for n copy man and two other men were throw oil entered duty to go to the polls and help municipal corporations of the same class of which we are indebted to Judge J. M. and killed. to swell tho majority for the ticket to at shall posses the same powers and ho Philips. The paper also contains severW II IlltiOINS. During the fiscal year ending June 11 j MiKom.i:r- least 50,000. The eyes of the nation are subject to the same restrictions? And al pages of advertisements of sales by ".0 last, 333, 130 iiiunigr.intRarrived in the on Kentucky and her vote next Mon- which of the conflicting clauses will be trustees, which do not look well to those United Mates, against tOlJlli for the day will tell how deep is her disgust for stricken out? ..ti-i tit.ir.tut ml ill tint flttlir.t f tll.l previous year. . , the means and methods of the party in Sec. 107 introduces another disturbing Mercer uountv lost three of her old- power. The mere election of a t'tate element. It provides that in some cit0iJl itlMns b ,,tMtl ihi weo,:: Joseph Barry South, who of late years "could ticket is of small moineutcompared with ies of the .'Jd class the trustees of ihe (,,,r,or' NS M'8- - 1a,Ht'y Uram'' ,)l' and appointed or get nothing no ow" from the democra- - Mrs. Mary Crane, OS the effect that an incieased majority will common schools may be cast his fortunes with the peoW have on the country at lar;e. It will elected, while in others of a same class cy, has In ordinary railroad travel a railroad tuey can be elected only. A unique ple's party and is now howling against passenger's chance of being kiltal show how much we btill adore the Kenwith a fury that shows of tucky idea and how greatly we detest way, truly, of conferring on municipal his old love his own fault is one in .,iul,-00what base metal ho is made. South was without the usurpation of I.eed, the enactment corporations of the same class an equal! and his chance of being hurt is one on the democratic ship and of the McKinley bill, theaftempt to foist ty of powers and subjecting them to a barnacle iu 300,000. SlnKKl&pIcKobcrtH, In for our part we are glad that ho has the same restrictions. a Force bill on the South and thereby W.J. Klliott, editor of the Collin.-bus- , Sec. 101 declares that the sheriffs first ' fallen off to find surroundings more in take from her the riylit of free elections, O , Cupital, was given a life senand the wholesale raid on the treasury elected shall hold their offices for two Keeping wun ins nature. tence for killing A. C. Oibome, of the by the last congress, whereby over a years only. Schedule 7 declares that The lobbyist and the corruptionist Sunday World. The trial has been iu billion of dollars was for the greater they shall hold for two years and until will receive better wages if the proposed progress since. May 11. part absolutely squandered. Kvery vote their successors shall qualify. The National Heptiblimn Kxeoutive constitution become the law. As matGKXTS'- Sec. declares that a county judge for the democratic ticket which heads ters now stand the lobbyist and corrup-tioni- Committee met at Washington Wednesshall he elected in 181)1 and every four ' this column is a vote against these and for n measure generally day and Messrs. Juay and Dudley rel years thereafter. Sec. 133 prohibits the i other iniquitous acts of the 51st only one county. Uuder signed as chairman and treasurer of the applicable to Let every demociat pird on his election of a county judge or any other thu new order, they will exert their National Committee. Their resignations armor and in the battle of the ballots county officer the same year a member ireat moral efforts in behalf of the were accepted and Mr.Clarkson succeed of Congress is elected, and a member of light till the last armed foe expires. Of course they will de- ed to the chairmanship. Congress will be elected in 1S0J and ev-- 1 whole State. Two murders were guillotined in mand and receive better wages. Why Should We Change? ery even numbered year thereafter. Paris Monday. One of them submitted Tlieso conflicts are taken only as sam- -' For 40 years the people of Kentucky Vsum the proposed constitution, if quietly to his doom, but the other, a have lived under the present constitu- pies. There are between 30 and 10 more the people of Lincoln county want a young man named Borland, fought his ' tion. Within this period population of them equally irreconcilable. When nca law for their own benefit, the e executioners like a tiger and had to be people vote to ratify tho Constitu-- Mature will be powerless to enact it nnd wealth have more than doubled. by sheer forr.-Immigration has poured into our bounHATS, TRUNKS AND VALISES, they ratify the whole of it, contra-- 1 iPSg everv other county in the State plated under the knife and when it descended he was still cursdary and industry has received a rich dictions, conflicts, bad grammar, surplus- - Wants tho same law. This is about as ing and struggling. rewaid. Mines have been opened, fac- age and all. If the delegates concede 6;iy as a law which declares that no It is said that the negro, John Craig, tories have been erected, railroads have that these defects exist, how are they to iuumber of a family Bhall eat his break-ge- t who murdered Mr. and Mrs. Frank Conrid of them without a been built, schools have been encouriea8 evcry ot iler member has an fdSt way and horribly cut two of their sons aged, colleges have been endowed, to the people? How will they deter- - appetite. iu Bourbon Sunday, had killed seven churches have been established, roads ruiuo whether the people wact thesher-- 1 people, inducing one woman, whom he When the Ldrd made a have been laid out, agricultuie has been ill to to hold for two years only or fori, for the whole Israehtish .,,,:., u.. em- - poisoned. It was with difliulty that a has been patron- two years and until the successor is , fostered, in teu simple commandments. burial place could be secured for the ized, and State taxes have been low. qualified? How will they determine rt,1Bf5,i:,inil.1i,i.ni ,!.,,. fiend, as no one wished his carcass on n M IJL'il VHfH Ullt There has been wanting no element whether the people waut the election of took a like work for a fewer number of tho premises. Craig has a brother unwhich tends to promote the comfort or county officers or the election of member people, they made ten times ten com- der sentence of death at Columbus, O., it MODEL to secure the happiness of our people. of Congrets to go bv default? How will The constitution makers and his father was hanged for murder. mandments. rights of all our citizens have been they determine whether the people The may be teu timed wiser than the Lord, Our present constitution wunt all cities and towns of the same protected. "CHURCrTAFFAIBS. but they are the only ones who think so. tided us over the turbulent period of the class to be governed by the same laws Kev. Mark Collis, of Lexington, will war. It waB sufficient even then, if its and be subjected to the same restrictions The first legislature to assemble unobserved, or whether they want boiiio of the same der the new constitution will remain in assist Uev. John Bell Gibson in n meetprovisions had always been to secure to every man full protection class to have one rate of taxation and session from eight to twelve months, ing to commence at the Christian church ot Lis per.son or full enjoyment of every otherd of tho same class to haven differ- and at a cost to the people of from $i,30,-00- 0 Monthly uiuht next. Cheese, Rev. W. Y. Shuppard will have a right he claimed under the law. In ent rate? to $:530.000. Add to this the expense By Sec. I IK noouo who is as old as :!3 of the convention, and the people will service and administer the Holy Comtimes of peace, it has secured to us all that we have and still furnishes assur- years is eligible to the office of circuit j,ave bequeathed to them a nice little munion at Odd Follows' Hall Sunday Lamps, Glass- - and Queensware, Tin- - and Woodenware, Fruit Jars, afternoon at 4 o'clock. ances for tho future. It has restrained judge. This is plainly and clearly ex- - public debt in tho guise of a public Tho Key. White, a missionary to Jelly Glasses, &c. Yet the delegates have public- - sing. punished the wicked, the vicious, it has China, at homo on leave, was stitick it lias succored the poor, it has forced ly announced that when they people ruiiH all and instantly killed by a train at Klmi-rDISTRUST of tho iu Frankfort after the people shall 1. ..,.,.!. tin. each man to a performance of those duI'mml itntliln. X. Y., r.H were also his little daughter . ,' . ties which man owes to man in a social have ratified their work, they will strike . in (,vlirvftti1Br and two of her companions. .. . 1. state. Under it, crime has diminished out this clause and substitute for it an-- i uchcj now muuii i....... ui ,t jtu- section, ,1 Spurgeon began preaching at 10 the and public virtue has waxed stronger. other and an exactly opposite one which nle had tho constitution-makerbut is now over 37), ami has in '.$ years has been administered will make any one ineligible to tho cirUnder it, justice simply declared that they would run tho 157 and baptized L'0,000 .Mason's Fruit Jars, without sale, without denial, without cuit judgeship who is under !!3 years of government themselves and save tho erected churched converts. His Sunday audiences for :il 'delay. Under it, tho laws have been age. trouble. yearB have been Iroin tl.OOOto 7,000 peoHow will they dare do this after the people the Ring Top Jars, 'faithfully executed and respect for civil ple people have expressed an exactly 'tovernment has increased. Why Bhall It matters not whether the new conFruit Jars, Sealing. contrary desire. What right will stitution is adopted or defeated next iwe change it now? It has done all for NKW AUVKKTISUIKNTS. If they can Monday, wo will feel that we have done Wax, extra top and ua that a people may rightfully expect they have to do it? government to do. If wo have in a material manner niter one sin- our full duty as a journalist and as a their Rubbers, Jelly Glasses, gle section, why can not they alter the , been industrious, it declares we shall citizen. Via have fought a good fight whole instrument? If they possess this enjoy the fruit of our labor. If we have and have finished tho course. May we llrass and Porcelain Kcttlc-of what avail is tho submission been virtuous, it affirms that no man power, be able to record that success has crownto the people of their work. Would it ' &C Bhall make us afraid. If wo have ed our efforts. intelligence, it furnishes not bo better for them to promulgate an increased What a blessed era of private virtue our common schools. If we have de- organic law at once without putting tho SALVE. HOMEOPATHIC H! to worship God, its covenant of people to the expense of an election and and public morality will be inaugurated sired freedom of conscience has b'een our the further expense of paying their ner when members of tint legislature begin . for another session which would bo to tmyel without free passes! Free ol.l sores, ikin ilitc.iiei. 1,500 Acre?, of Coal and Cure urn. 1i Btay. Why shall wo change it now? diem Timbered conn, Luniuni, piles, IxttiU, iiHt lic hulter passes corrupt every man they touch. no evil which it could about as long as the first one? A propoLands Lunii, lrW pii, m. ml bruins Wherever it h Ve have suffered btun ilted it , nncn wonderful kJlitUctiuii and III k.utcrn Ki'iitiiLky, at $10 prevent. We have endured no wrong sition the people may well consider id Only 70 of the immortal 100 of our constiacie, or would iu procnity lor removing gorcnets i remarka- exi haiiKf'fcr good lllue drati prr in For nartlc- 11 If it took soveu months' time and tution-makers travel on free passed. ble N'tmrri n leitiiuoiiuU will be w uretl and uinrt .luilrerii which it could restrain. It is a noble this: W IIIMAN, will appi.u in n.,t space at a liter date. Made to manufacture a Constitu37Ml Ky. Manchuatt-rif structure, built by no 'prentice hand. cost and lolcl by constitution is ratified Ik the proposed r J II lUCCilNS. Stanford, Ky. tion so fiill of defects, what time will it Its architects and builders were schooled it cost to get it will be an interesting sight to the Rr ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, in their craft. For what shall we change take and how much will lover of good maunera and better morthem A it? Purely not for an untried THING! rid of a new ?suit tailor will chargetoless to als to see the flock of lobbyists and Seventh and Market blrcets, of clothes than make Athipgot which wo may surely say, make I Trior nothing like the KKSTOKATIVK corralling tho first legislaone which fits no where. Louisville, - - - Kentucky, NEItVlNE dlacmernl by the great epeclallnt, Ur. it will give lis trouble; a thiugof which a fit out ofwill charge less to build a A ture. STANFORD, KY , Silled, ta cure all nervous dlwaaeg, w headache, new WII.I. OI'IiN MONDAY, MAK a. it is exper- carpenter the best that can be said is, the bluoj, nervous prostration, Bleoplewnese, well enough alone? house than to convert a stable into a and malcontents say neuralK'l.i, St, Vitus dance, (Its, and hysteria. The ouitatora Having sold out our entire inlcteil in the hotel. imental Why not let Many physicians useltln say an Jefferson street, we have moved to our old they want reform in our organic law. theresulta are wonderful. their practice, and oi Wo limn hundreds The question is not between the propos- mansion. stand that uc occupied for years to successfully Vote ag.iint the proposed Constitution. Since they seem willing to pay over a testimonials like there from drugcists. "We havo on Seventh and Market streets, nre now fitting-ied constitution nnd nothing. It is benever known anything like It." Snow Co- - Syhit Hotel, icno:ited and rehirnlslicJ, is nuw up in throughout nnd racuse. preaeut and the, proposed. It will be a voto against tho friction of half million for it, they must want It praise, N. V. "Evertr bottle sold brings words of in my clijrkc and I intend to condu t it no as to fit willelegant ahupe, now elegant, Includingtho outcne ot In every way he tween our but to add beet J.O conflicting clauses; a voto against in- like tho fellow wanted a pistol in Texas. seller we eterWolf. lllllHrtale, .Mlrh.Hi "Tho Fort not only maintain in httli reputation, accommoda-tion- a Hale's Safety i'auciigcr and Uacgage Elevators Special Co., had'' Woodwortn ti its long Ibt ot frfeiidt. Vote agaiu8t the proposed and you voto with all the lata improvements We vant allot Wayne, Ind "Nervine eells better than anything and tine ro.iw.for our old friends to come and see us in our old home. creased litiuation; a voto against increasfor commercial tr.v,lci Y we ever had." for the present. We promise you that our moms, table and service ed taxation; a ole against a dangerous Whkruveu tho proposed constitution Trial bottle andII. Wjatt Jb Co.. Concord. N. II. thedlsplny of lamplei. nnobookof testimonials IKKK at shall to fcoud to none.ni the land, My wife. Mrs. s be caught napping experiment, and .ithal a vote in favor touches a vexed problem between the druggists. Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind A First-ClasSaloon Jo II. Alexander, wants to be remembered to all Democrats do not our lady friends and she will he glad to see them TKIAI, BOTTLE FREE. Monday. Go to the poIIh and votu tho of the Old Const. t'ltlyu which guaran- people and tho corporations, it decides And HII.LIAKDan.l I'OOI. ROOMS attached. and give them heailv reception Tare Si per day, " A R. PENNY, Druggist, Stanfor.d Ky, JOSEl'll COFI'UY 0. B. ALEXANDER, Manager. 37 If toi tees equal ami exact justice ta all meu! in favor of the corporations. straight ticket.' i Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Vote for the Old Constitution. P. WALTON. State. n Ouk discussion of the new constitu- tion closes of necessity with this issue of the Interior Journal and on Monday next the people are to detormin e this most important question by their votes. It is encouraging to know, as we ' do from authentic sources, that tho feel- ingandthe conservative, sober second-thougof our people is daily growing in opposition to tho new instrument and that the probabilities are that it will he rejected by a comfortable majority. We have earnestly urged the reasons which have occurred to us for rejecting the new constitution, because we eincerely believe that its adoption would prove of incalculable injury to the State. We shall vote against it for this reason, but shall not despair of the Republic if the majority should by chance be against us. j ' ht With the costs of private lcyislutton added to the public debt which will be fastened to the people by the proposed cut-si- THE ANVILLE FAIR Or-.t- ! THE WIILIiABD, ..., l( THOROUGHLY RENOVATED Rntcs $2.50 Per liny. IMPROVED. $-- 30 l!rcta? If You Need a Wagon, io, j. ll l, Oliver Plows, SO-od- d X lG-'- i Ci-For- s 11 J". B. FOSTER. i I NEW FIRM. Successors to 0, McRobepts & Higgins, dealers j CLOT HI MQ, WIG-A-IE?- st log-rol- cou-Kres- i FURBISHING GOODS , j leg-thun-tio- 1 n, , J J MEN'S AND LADIES SHOES ( ,1 ...,:!,. -- block-raisin- g ...... Go to A. A. WARREN'S GROCERY" For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats, Dried Apples, Peaches mid Prunes, Rice, Pickles, Preserves aiuliJams; bles-presse- d. a, 1 . ... s iu Fancy & Family Groceries . de-fir- FABHIS nL-tIu-- HLE,IDI3Sr. FOE SATE. 1 C . I ! , Hyi-iy- DRJILES'NEffflE PORTMAN HOUSE, JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. 1 t 6L ijAAbfo- .jd B5as,isa gA.diea '. uw rrs ta, - H V I " -- ; - - ; ii-h- - n- - ; p-v- sp. '?'$, Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal Kv., -- 'Ttfcfi cottage for rale or runt. jo T. M. Goodkniidit. new-stylo Apply Hats at Nkw lino glas ware, new lino tinware ifc just received at Karris Hardin's. its B. ft is , OT.TH ,t tsTANKOIlD, An elegant liim of .Jt'I.Y 31, 1891 McltohurtH & Hifniiip. ' ill The Stanford Seminar: next session Sep. 1, with Prof. Of BSIWIlii AND- 1 B. c. WALTON, MEANS bus, Manager BUSINESS. and artistically Benny's. Y0C11 account is now ready. I'lease call and settle. A. It. Penny. Have your watch, clock and jewelry jTeialred nt A. It. Pennv'a. All work warranted. Kkmkmiikh that all silverware, watches, lings, Ac, bought at A. It. Penny's will bo engraved free of charge done Kn(ihin(i beautifully at A. H. PERSONAL Mi-- POINTS. liar-rodsbui- g. Xannib Maiiiuj is visiting in . I'll milks I). Wkiiii has been quite eick the for a day or two. Mn. Sam M. Owk.ns is attending Harrodsburg fair. Mis Maii Vanov in attending the Harrodsburg Fair. kMissJu.ti Pkvton is back from a nttil to HiiHionville. Mi.i M vmiuSmith, of Somerset, is the jpgutbt of Miss Kllon Ballon.' ' MiKwm Doiids left Saturday to ifcumo her school in Jessamine. Miss M nv Hki.lk Mykiis. of losing-ton- , is visiting Miss Fox Peuuington. Mil Cii.wrviiii Wiiuati.ky, of Ainori- cue, Ua., is the guest of thu Misses Alcorn. Hon. II Aiiuihus n.Mi.tY, of Shelby, it Melting Mrs. Cath Bailey and other rela tives. Mr. J Waiihkn HooKHK is back from Texas, looking as natural as a big sun Jf I1 nor. Mm C. A. Mukhiion and Mrs. J. C. Mershon, of Covington, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Mershon. of Danville, and Miri Mahy Di'M-t- r, Mr. Lee Diiulup, of Missouri, are the guests of Miss Iouisu Bailey. Mil. T h. Cntii, leading merchant of Williamsburg, bus been on a visit to his h ctcr, Mrs. John Hell 511011. Miu. W. M. hACKKY and Mrs. S. K. Lai key went up to Crab Orchard .springs jestorday to spend a few days. Mn. and Mas. W. M. Fu'Liw, Anna Mary and Melvin, of Lexington, are vis-ing Hon. and Mis. G. A. Ijickey. Mils. Bkttik Mki.mn, of biuisvillo, and Mrs. Lucy Lewi, of McKinney, are on u visit to Mm Cot-- t x pei ted I to-d- agents for Wooldridgo Jcllico Blakeman, principal, competent and an experienced teacher. B. K. & W. H. Wearen. coal. In addition to tho regular course, Prof, Youit account is due and ready for lllakeman announces a special course in for those you. Please call and settle. W. 11. Mc- - arithmetic ond Roberts. who desire to tit themselves for business. will be in good hands is While breaking a young horse Willie That the school assured and the trustees are to be conShanks was thrown and received a paingratulated on tho excellency of their ful cut in the head. choice. For terms see notice on our Fiti-iJars, Honey Jars, Tin Canr, first page. Caps and Gums, Tin Tops and Wire at Decidedly A Uklioiititl Occasion. A. A. Warren's Model Grocery. the most royal entertainment that Iiob Town taxes for 1811 ate due and must been given in this section for years was bo hcttled at once. Please bu ready the party in honor of Misses Wheatley and do Jarnette, of Georgia, at the elewhen I call on you. O. J. Nowlaud. . gant home of Judge J. W. Alcorn on Tiik U. H. K. lodges ol this place will Wednesday evening. The Misses Alcorn give a union picnic in Goodknight's had been exceedingly liberal in sending at which theru will be out thu invitations and the appreciation woods speaking ami all kinds of amusements. of those who received them was eviA fraud street parade will Ural be given. denced by the large number that rePirrKii Hamiton is a candidate for sponded. The spacious yard was lightPete is ed with Japancpo lanterns and as the magistrate in this precinct. a seat in a guests approached the hospitable manabout as able to hold down justice's court ns the next man and lie sion the sight presented was an inspira chance to do ing one and a most fitting prelude'for will doubtless be what followed. On entering the house to. the guests were rhonu to rooms where, TliK rumor that the division is to be after a short arranging of the toilet, they removed from Rowland to a point fur were ushered down to meet the young ther south is again revived. If tho com- Indite in whose honor the party was pany has such intention our citizens given. This role of the entertainment was ought to take steps at ouco to oiler Biich charmingly performed by Miirs Hessie inducements as will prevent ft. Reid, who was attired in pink silk; diaTin: democrats of Casey ami Kutsell monds. After a few minutes of converwill have a clmnco to vote for a good sation, Lotte'sband played a wait, when old Jetlersonian dfinocr.it for tho legislature next Monday, Mr. James W. Mc Whorter. He has aniiouiieod himself late, but it is yet time for his party to rally to to his support. Sot.K book-keepin- who is both F. a rV f "i & "JWsSfew STEEL BOILER Upright and Horizontal. Stationary, Semi-Portab- le g power. Unequalcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Durability. sizes up to 26-norse and Portable. All Write for Kroe Illustrated I'amplcU anj your wants to THE JAMES EEFFEI, & CO., NEW YORK CITY. SPRINGKIEI.D, OHIO. . The Louisville Store -:-.- -:- Offers m ) m to-da- I. SPECIAX. -- . JoJxJElAXri Ill "l SINS Gents' Furnishing Goods, Shoes, Clothing, Children's Hats, Ladies' Hats, Dry Goods, Gents' Hats, Straw Matting, Carpets, Ladies' Muslin Underwear, Trunks, Oil Cloth, etc. in and examine our prices. They will make you buy. With each 20 s worth of goods bought of us we will give aivay Come Oun nominee for the legislature, Mr. I). H. Kdmistoti, is deservedly the most ONE : FINE to buy : ROCKING : popular man in the county, ami r by he is accorded a He ought to and doubt-b-hall parties. will poll the largest vote ever received by a democrat in tho county. walk-ove- CHAIR. Come conse-ijuentl- y S 1m trmm the $20's worth at one time, your booh and we will keep amount of your purchases. It is not necessary in and get I t.'f 4' Tiik re(ort that was current when we went to pret-- Monday night that a married man and a young girl had run on" together, we are glad to say proves uns Eggs. Feathers and Genseug bought Main Street, Stanford, Ky, THE L 0 UIS VILIE STOltE. at the highest market price at Proprietor. A. URBANSKV, 3IANES AND GABRIEL. Manajiers.1 true, though it came straight enough to us to warrant the me of names. Out of abundant precaution and through respect to the families wo withheld them, riiurmoud. wisMimim Oiu Wii.moiiii, of Jessamine, however, and the seqitnl shows thu dom of not being in too big a hurry to uud IJttie Dlllion, of Crab Orchard, are of such scandals until g jests of Miss Klla May Saunders at thu publish full reports thev are fullv verified. 1 .rtiiiuii House. Mm. H.T. Haiiius, Mrs. M. K. l.ord The Hanvillo Allocate says the 'fellow iu. t little Bessie, ol Louisville, passed up with the still hand, who asked alms of Wednesday to Harbourville, whew thoy our citizens and then got riproarously wul spend the heated spell. drunk on thejr contributions, and after Mum. J. W. Alcoiin, Misses Anno I.ou a night in jail was told to skip out or ho de Jarnette, Flora Wheatley, Mattiu would bo punished, attempted his game Wheatley, Annie and Mary Alcorn no on tho people of that city, but Policeto Crab Orchard to day to spend a week. man Silliman ran him into Dr. Dunlap's JllMiK ANI'Mll.. K. J. HtlKlKISUIIHlK and had bin hand examined. O'llrion, up to Mt. Vernon, Wednesday, as he called himself, protested, but the I aset-i- l where the judge spoke in opposition to doctor began bis investigation. A sharp thu new constitution, against which fingers knife soon opened the betit-uhe is making a tiling tight. and thu rascil seeing ho was beaten, Mu. Gkohuk D. HfniiKTT, formerly of begged for l.r minutes to get. It was but for several years a citi-te- given him and ho got. It is very selof Omalia, writes that fortune suiileH dom a worthy beggar presents himself upon Nebraska in thu matter of crops and a general thing pity and money be mid that thu summer has been delight- stowed on such gentry is wasted. eon-irr- u p ii i ful. Mus. daughter, Miss Allene, of Nleholasville, taints over to see thu Nicholasvilles beat thu Intkhioii Joliinaus, anil enjoyed the game greatly. They were thu guests while hero of .Mrs. J. K. Portman. Mn. J. M. Cook, of Huslonville, has . joined the grand army of life insurance agents, and will devote his time to to the people of Lincoln, Hoylo and Casey thu merits of thu Kqiihnblo Life of ow York. General Agent I. L. Houston is with him hero this week ' showing him how to corral n man and insure him willy nilly. Mn. Haiiiiy MiCakty, thu popular junior editor of thu Jessaiuinu Journal, .and manager of the Xieholasvillo Hase Hall Club, was delighted with the good work of his team and well as with the fairness of Umpire W. B. Penny. Mr. McCarty was also delighted with some of our pretty girls ami wo may expect ti have him with us often in the future. pro-tenti- Sui.ik Wkijiii and her pretty CITY AND VICINITY. tr tntST U.A89 brick for sale. J. II. Kos- s (lii.M'KH, pears, cantiiloupeH anil " at I'eter Hampton's. Ki.kction ofiirerH will oblige us by houding us tho returns Monday night if possible. oc on. Albert Severance, agent for ington Steam Laundry. Luwnyour laundry witli Severance Lex- set FoiiSalv:. Wardiobe, cbaiis and an extension dindining ing table, tieo. H. Bruce. Ureckiuridge at KiNOsMi.i.K.-Jnd- go of many citizens will address thu request this afternoon, tliikiwonleoIKiiiR"vUl ho will give thorn many potent when reasons why they should vote ag.uiibt tho now constitution. book-ens- ... Tuesday for shooting Henry Kosa, oir-- ' another darkey, and held over till shooting occurrcult court in $200. Tlio ed a mouth ago but Koss has not been able to attend the trial. Geohcik Wklui was tried at McKin-ne- y beauty anil chivalry, such as was nevoi Wanted. A position. Am willing to congregated before in this section, participated and tripped the light fantastic do mot any kind of work. Good references. Address Box 15, Stanford. to their hearts' content. Miss Flora Wheatley, of Americus, Hon. F. F. Fouiiitt requests us to say 15a., wore a handsome dress of pink that he is halting between two appointcrepe do chine, chaflbn trimmings; Miss ments Saturday, l'inevillo and Huston-villAnn Lou do Jarnette, of Atlanta, was but that "he will likely meet Mr. tastefully dressed in white silk, with diMiller at tho latter poiut. amond ornaments, and each of the young ladies bore with queenly grace Jailed. Mrs. Faunie Alexander, who the honors of tho evening. They aie belongs to the famous Moorfield family, typical .Southern beauties and a lovelier was jailed Tuesday on a writ sworn out Color or more loveable pair could not be found. by Mr. W. P. Giyens, who claims she Misses Annie and Mary Alcorn were at- stole an old turkey and 28 young ones tired in white silk and diamonds and from him. Tho trial is set for 10 o'clock pink silk and diamonds, respectively. As is characteristic of the young ladies, Tiik contract time for the building of they entertained with that ease and ele- the water works expires and gance that made each guest feel at home they are not even commenced. As the and their kind attention to all made the new constitution will no longer be decrowd feel that "it was good to be there." batable, we propose to devote some of to do all kinds And JEWELRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r They were assisted by Misa Sue Kout, our space hereafter to making life of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. who wore white albatross and pearls. the company w hich knocked Merriment reigned supreme and when us out of letting the contract to nun Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, it was announced that it was lhoOiiud who meant business. day and night. lunch time there were not a few who Wiiktiikii or not the report is true were surprised at the hour and regretHUBBLE. that the republicans will spiiug a can- ted that the delightful evening was passTiie benches for tho didate for county judge on tho day of ing so rapidly into a thing of the past. have arrived, and being placed in the election, it behooves every demociaf to The lunch, under Mis. Alcorn's supervis house. Miss! Eliza Smith wi'l open be at the polls and thwart the little ion, was of course an excellent one and school hero first Monday in August. Sole Agents for- game if it is attempted. Our nomineo, full justice was done it. After lunch the Thomas Wood bought of Thomas House Judge W. K. Varnon, !h not only quali- merry young folks resumed tho dance a loi of heifers weighing 700 pounds for fied and deserving of tho ollice, but by and it was '2:'M a. i. when the sweet 2L Dr. Kinnard was called to see Mrs. precedent both in national and local pol- btiains of "Home, Sweet Home," an- Sally Bright a few days ago, who is imitics, ho is entitled to till out tho unex- nounced the parting hour, and at Ilo'clk. proving now, and will soon be on foot ? WHY SHOULD LADIES USE pired term of his lamented father. Tho the scene of happiness was changed in- again. Dr. Brown wnsjover to see Lesdemocracy in mass convention has en- to one rebionbhng a banquet hall de- ley Carter, who is thought to be in a because it is the best; it is a beautiful jet black; it contains no acdorsed this commendable precedent by serted. critical condition. S. E Owsley sold to ids; it contains no alcohol nor anything else that will burn the leathnominating Judge Varnon and each It was a brilliant occasion, a thorough- D. N. Prewitt some stock hogs at 111. W. is harmless to leather; it benefits the leather; member of the party ought to set that ly enjoyable one and one that will bo an D. Snow bought (Jsomo small cattle of er and make it crack; it Judge Varnon has been basis in the lives of many who will in some parties in Casey ami; Adair coun- it contains oil; it softens the leather; it will not rub off the shoes and ho is elected. a worker in tho democratic cause since the years to come take pleasure in re- ties at - cents.i.Mrs. Eliza Harris bought soil ladies' skirts; it is economical, for it will make shoes on which it he was a boy and has coutiibutcd much calling the happy event. a family mare of Davenport & Sweeney, is regularly applied wear two or three times longer than when ordinaof his time and means to secure demoThe following is a list of the young la- of Casey county, for Sl'-'Annp Broad-du- s ry acid dressings are used. ' cratic success. Wo have now a chuiae dies present as well as their escorts: Miss bed with pneuis confined to his to reward him. Let us do it hand Kate Hail, Bub Kiiglemau; Mies Doliie monia. Win. Groover, of Russell county, Williams, I'M Jones; Misd Louioo llailey, is visiting at S.IlDunbar's.K Mrs. Jennie somely. II. l'axton; Miss Ora Wilmore, Will Bright has returned to Middlesboro. Dekkatkii. The I.ntkiiiou J'ouunai.h J. Burton; Miss Annie McKinuey, K. G. Misa Maggie Swinebroad has gonu homo were defeated by a score of 10 to S at the Lou do Jarnette, Dealer u with her aunt to spend the fall in hands of the Nicholasvilles Tuesday Denny; Miss Anno Crawford Wheatley; Miss Flora Wheat-le- y, Tennessee. Logan, of color, Hnriv afternoon, and tho consequence is tho I. Will Daly; Miss Georgio Wray, Will has been granted a penson of JUOOi J.'h have worn long faces siuce. Our CLOCKS iJtckey; Miss Mattio Koehester, C. O. per month under tho now law. Tho v trim, mumvr 5 m&s2m boys played beautifully on tho start and (Iimoh: Misa Nettie Wray. Ed Roches- - youngest daughter of Mrs. Jas. no to tho fifth inning tho score stood Miss Mattio Vandovcer, Clarence of Beuna Vista, is visiting ?T. "Repairing neatly and prompt-- ' to '2 in our favor. At that juncture the tci; fi Tate; Miss Annie Green, C. 0. Breeze; her uncles heie. Misa Mary Hubble has visiting club got in I runs ami thu tide ly done. if l'ennington; Dunn, Kph returned from a visit near Lexington. was turned. They continued tho good Mim Annie Dunlap; Miss Mary Tate, Leo J. W. Bright is tho (list among us to work till the score stood 10 to o, when Miss Lucy Mita Julia n to nlow for wheat. "Some of the hearted aud literally McKinney, W. A. Tribble; our boys grew faint Miss Adelaido Hods-ki(Stanford, Ky.), farmers aro wanting a thresher to come 1 will take o'd gold or silOer in exchange lor goods, the game. In the ninth Yager, Jack Kout; conceded them ' Joo Severance; Miss Annie l'ickett, into this locality now. inning tho I. J.'b seemed to take renewMiss Annie l'ickett, Al A. C.SINE J. N.MKNKFKEl ed life, however, and by good batting Will Severance; President Cleveland will not miiko Severance; Miss Annie Shanks, J. b. sent their score to S, anil at that point .Miss Klla ShanKS, Sam Owsley; any political speeches in Ohio or elsetho game was a most exciting one. Our Wells; Maggie Uuchauau, Les Keid; Miss where this year. Misa boys, anxious to make scores, grow I). It. Carpenter; Miss Georgo Dixon, of Boston, knocked and a couple were put out at tho Jean Buchanan, The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. M- Mary Duulap, J. H. Baughman; Miss out Willis, tho Australian at San Franhomo plate; another struck out and McKinney; Miss cisco in livo rounds. W. B. SASH, theio tho game ended. The defeat is Nan Baughman, Wearen; .Mies Mr. Huntington has bought the LUMBER, ' suU'ered Kit Baughman, W. II. the second our homo team has DOORS, Robinson; Mibs Sue Ohio Valley rail'rpad and will extend it some consolation to Tillio Hall, J. Y. this year, but it is Sauf-leSHINGLES, SIDING, from Princeton to Hopkinsville. Rout, Dr. A. S. Price; Miss Helen know that a club composed of C. 1). Chonault Jwas elected presiVerandah and Stairwork at city prices. Walton; Mias .Maggie Owsley, E. C. gentlemen had the honor of beatMattio Owsley, dent of tho It. N. I. k B. railroad and ing tho crack team of this section. Tho I M. McRoberts; Misa Bessie Reid, Gabe Gov. McCreary added to tho directory at I. J.'b will play tho Nicholasvilles anoth- J. G. Denny; Misa We carrv .i full stock of everything found in a Warren, Tom Lack-ey- ; its annual meeting tlii) week. er game in the near future when they Lackey; .Misa Jennio Detectives have caught four freight Miss Clara Lackey, Newt. Craig; Miss hope to redeom themselves by beating Owsley, Frank McKinney; Miss and one passenger conductor knocking Linda Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract them with tho easo they have the Owsley; Mr. and down fares on the Cincinnati Southern the Ilarrodshurga and other Fox Peunington, Tom SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. or building. and they have been discharged. Mrs. J. T. Embry. teams thoy have played this season. 1 W. B. FVloROBERTS, jOHUGGXST ASTB jrW3SI3SH, e, Has tlie JNewest and Latest Styles oi Wall Paper, to-da- Every Shade and of Alabastine; The Best and Purest WhileMead and Oils; Ready Jllixed Paints and Neat's Carriage Paints; Largest and Handsomest, Line of Sil- verware, Watches, Clocks Fchool-hous- e B. K. & W. H. WEAREN, -- IMPERIAL OIL SHOE POLISH. IT o. EOBT. FE2TZEL, J a r- imrxL :tme WAK IB Willi 1 Spoon-amor- o, Pwlr ItrtfU C!5 xwiin l?w.iiruis? be-i- d ! All Work Warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty. - n, Stanford Lumber Yard. LATH, FLOORING, CEILING, BLINDS, f y, high-tone- d WOVSK W.mE A.ITD SLAT PS1TCX. FXHST CL,&5S X.UMBEH TTiiRD. Dan-ville- s, " L -- tl; &!!& it A-.- - a ..jaWJfcrtfrthttai ,. i . jldk -. I Vtf I tlL'it(, m iie ... . VJAl - Semi-Week- ly InteriorJourhbl AT MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE G0UNTY. NEWSPAPER A ETIQUETTE. The O Hamilton L' Published Evory Tuesday and Fr day large store house nt Livingston. - Mr. Champ Mullins has finished n row Unles Tlmt Should nn Hung In livery V sv 'f AVS r 1 .. i K- ' tit while mnaging the Lincoln National Bank of Stanford, e we here tender our many 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 arc consistent with sound banking. annoy the employes. For the benefit of When nut o paid S2.50 w!!l c fcharged.' those we print a few rules; Wlion you enter n printing office do not ill ueirou. Ami handle the typo in a cato. If you want to Through Cnr to Mackinaw. K.G. LOCAL TIME CARD. handle it hay r to the printer and hu will The through sleeping ear sen ue over the C , ALL MMirpW'".!' t) and Michiean Central Railroads between ho glad to leave his work and empty the 11 Train ivires Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning POINTS 0 0 jlilO A fairy P. W. QUEEN, Proprietor type upon the editor's table, where you can Cincinnati ia Toledo and Detroit ami theresorts at jinp.m. island of Mackinac ami the Northern Lake hit in his easy chair and examine it at j our has been resumed for the reason These carl leisure, .rvcr iiiiiul putting buck the lease Cincinnati every ntmn,i exicpt Saturday, L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. I have recently tiken charge 01 this type the printer win do that after you it 10 o'cUck, arriving nt Mackinaw at 6 so the Motel and Intend keeping it at Its present high Mail train going North.... next evening Pullman Vestibutnl lluflct Slecpera and Pull.la 9 pm uave niiNiieti. ' South., For rats, tickets, etc . address ans C , It. A I). standard. Special attention gien to the traveling man llulltt Chair Cari on all trains through to 34Pm Don't read the proof sheets, clippings or agent or F. O McCnrmick general passenger and public. Express train " South... Chicago ithnut change. ...t ija m " " North.... Go lit the Morton and get the llet for tho least manuscript. If you wUh to know what is ticket agent, Cincinnati, (J. ...217 am First-Clas- s Local Freight North., 6 59 1 m money. For information address going to appear in the next issue of the South- no m IAS BARKER, ti. V A., Chicago Bucklcn's Arnica Salve paper ask the editor to read it aloud to you. The latter trains alto carry passenger!. In connection W O CIU'SH.D I' A . IulsrTlIt Alio The best salve in the world for cuts, brunts. Ho has plenty of time, and will lie grateful The above is calculated on standard time. Solar to you for tho chance to quit hi work ami sores, ukers, salt rheum, fever sore, tetter, chap Poo! time is about ao minutes faster . ..IF or ARB lillltll! ped lundt, chilblains, .orts and all Mr crup Billiard entertain you. neek. lions and positively cures piles, or no pay remr If you want to look over the cash hook ed. It i guaranteed to trite perfect sittfactir, ok Parties near Gum Sulphur had a Ptier 5 cents per box. have the editor go nnd get It for you. or money refunded. fight a few nights since. Two men, Rey- Your interest will please him. For sale by A. R. Penny, Stautord, Ky. i in: nolds and Todd, were dangerously cut Never ask for a sample copy. Discover Ounrnntoed Cure for La Grlppo Finding that I can not make a decent llm; by wnero tneyaro Kept nnd help yourself to may with pocket knives. druggist to sell ) ou doing a We authorue our do all as many as you want. Above all thltiK.s do Dr. King's New advertised for ConiumMtmii. of my credit biMlnesa, I have decidol to making g, Diicoiery buggy and wagnn The pump house of the railroad wa not olTend the editor by vuu tendering payment Couirhs and Coldi. unon this condition: If rem-e- and repairing fur caih, and far cash only It y ter tank at Livingston was burned Wedparun: cash ytu can get work done ch.ajver as ui iiiem. it nailers mm to iiiinK you are afflicted with La Grippe and will use this according to direction, td the humiliation ef hating sutemenu nesday morning. The fire started from want to read it, nnd it la cruel to end his and expennce no benefit, you giving it a fair trial well a may return the bot- presented etery few weeks satisfying day dream by tho mention of so tle and lute your inone) relundod We make ji-iit daily WALTKR 1'lEl.Ds. the smoke stack during the absence of Dr. LOUiaVlllC 4 NHVILIC R. ft, worldly a thing as money. Ueside.s he this offer because of the wimderful ccps of epirimiefstiil, Ky. King s New Discovery during last teuton's the pumper. only publishes it for the glory there Is In it. failed. Ilac heard free cae There was speaking aud speaking Just help yourself to the exchanges. If demic Trial bottles of no at A inR whirh it drug Penny's Fry it Is the line for )ou,a its week. Among the any are still In their wrappers take them store Large sue 30c and St. here during the past out by all means. They contain later newu speakers were Prof. L. V. Dodge, John than the Good Looks. others. It W. Yerkes, A. R. Burnam, It. J. BreckGood looks arc more than skin deep, depending Make dole connri tiona at Before going make some pleasant remark upon a inridge, F. F. Bobbitt aud V. It. Ram- to tho editor about how easy it is to run a the liverhealthy condition of all the ut.il organs. It be inictiw ou hae a bilious look, if We will deliver ice each rrorning at foltowa LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI paper, nnd express your surprise that he vour stomach be disordered jou hasc a d)speplic a sey. hae a For all points ou would leave an look and if your kidneys be affected youyou will Under 50 Pounds 1 cents, over O. Hasty, formerly n citizen does not do It better. Mr. II. health THROlGH TICKETS SOI D. aching void in his heart should you forget flinched look Secure yourBitters it and great althe looks. Electric 50 and under 100 1 cent, over HAGiiAGE CII1.CK1.D TIIKOl'GH of this cdunty, is in from north Missou to do so. terative and tonic, arts directly on these vital or100 .?s of a cent. of If you are interested In seeing how thing gans Cures pimples, blotches,R boils and gle a ri. Mrs. J. W. Xesbi't is visiting her For tiny inforrnslion enuulr of Penny's drug Sold A. good lomplexion J A CARPKNTEK. Aunt. Col. J. B. look in typo havo tho printer set up your store, 50 cents per bottle at parents at "Itavenswood." Or Stanf rd Kv. & CO., namoin the nicest type in tho office nnd M. . V W. PKNN, Trav Pais Agent Fish was here from Pineville during the then take it homo with you for u curiosity. K) Junction C Lowell, week. Capt. W. II. Spradliu is here Tho editor likes you to have a memento of ITfi D Q A I T7 or KENT An excellent Farm T U 1 OM Li Lw fipely Improved, ioj acres, on Ky. him. Other people's forgetfulness U the from Alabama to see relatives. JS tyr Mulkk pike, j miles from depot. I To say the political pot is boiling in bano of Ids existence. If Ask tho editor, you nro a perfect this county would be putting it mildly. Jtranger to him, to supply you with a duW. B. SURGEON DENTIST. It is Hopping over at the sides and is plicate key to his postolllce Ijo.v, so you can Office oa Main street, over W. II McRoberti' Mi..''-. likely to quench the fires. The situa get his papers regularly. If ho lw n genDrug Store, Stanford. tleman ho will give you the key without follows: After the nom- asking; but tion is about as : some editors are not gentle OXce Suth side Main street, in office recently ' vacated by Dr. L. F Huffman, Stanford, Ky. -C. MORGAN, D. D. S. ination made by the republicans of a men. uoncoru (A. II.) Times. R. candidate for the legislature in the perAIL16 son of Mr. J. S. Joplin, Mr. G V. DENTIST. t D. Success. K ..t? i ntr. of Pine Hill, a man having a conOffice on Main street, opposite Portman House, Dasley That fishing tripof yours wasn't upstairs. Nitrous Oxide Uas given for painless siderable following aud one who has PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, a success, I understand? extracting. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Bailey Oh, hut it was. STANFORD. KY. much influence in the coui'ty, came out I Bagley I heard that you lost all your as an independent candidate against the Residence OrHce over Mi Roberts' Drug Store flno fishing Twelty r.jcs 'he Shortest to ot republican. The platform is a promise drowning. tucklo aud narrowly escaped Jamei II Owens property at the junction loo-t- Hut-toDant tile pikes illc and ,, Cm , r to introduce a bill to allow the people to Bailey that's true, hut I anight Making dure t count, ti r in Central t'.lond. D. A. TWADDLE, Proprietor, vote on the question of doing away with three fish. Rochester put for the prohibitory liquor law now in force St I.oun, Michigan Points, ChtcaM, Almost Caught. DrtrcHi, ClerrLna1. U.iftalf, in this and Laurel counties aud substiIndianapuli. ..d the W'rtt, Singleton I asked Miss Pn.sc, point F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, s accommodations at reasonable rates. tuting therefor a high license system. blank, her ngo last night. She wild sho New England. Canada, Open day and night. Sample room and good lit cry - - in connection. On this platform Fagau has made a vig- wouldn't tell me, but .she would write it on Wssbmgtuli. Haltiiwore. orous cauvnsa and has secured many a sheet of paper If I'd gn my name to it. Philadeli hu, t (Juit kest time lo llrr..d.t.irg, Frankfort, Ky I hare moved te my new Hotel ami am bettei Benedict V.'elT, what is her age? MMl-- U pledged supporters from all the parties, Kurimond, ever la IK(.I Shoitrsi ar,,' "I didu't fltul out. Tho paper fibo pro- prepnrid than attached accommodatn the public (,uickc t line to and every convenience di even some of the prohibitionists coming duced was a marriage license." Boston Good Livery me a liaipir remote J my it..i .. "hop ...i.. Com call. Situated in a beautiful valley on Dix River, about tired Give merclal Hotel Iain tibparrdt) a oranwxlate la Many democrats, News. ., FRANK RILEY. aj miles east of Stanford, near the county road out for a change. ditsaswellat gect!' en in anjthirg they may e leading from Goshen to the Stanford and wish mm line, Ctiilircn knowing the republican majorities in o wa.xd on tall Solid 1 rains, haggag, car smoking can ard pike, will be open for those seeking a quiJE-sProper Implements. THoMl'SnV, "time coaches, PullntaH lloudolr Mrcr thro2h with et, pleasant and healthful Summer Hesort. First- - the two counties aud how difficult it InC mrr.cr ia, II tel M. Dashnway I want you to como over to out change via Chaltan oga, llirmlnghaw, MtnJ Ctus accommouauous win ue iurmsncci lu junta, Ian mating direct rnii iios en route for Koui-villand, ss the Springs hase been very recently open-k- would be to elect a democrat and seeing my literary society, old man. Homoopathlo Physician, Among the maAhvtlh, Lynchburg aod points in th the terms wilibc reasonable Cleverton All right. Shall I wear a will be dancing, boating, fishing, and believing no nomination would be ny amusements - KENTUCKY STANFORD. etc. Carriage will meet guiMts at Rowland when made and that none would ofier to run, dress suit? Dashaway Xo. But bring along nn exnotified. The season ot 1891 will open with a At Chattanooga for Atlanta. Columbus, Wilrrinr. n Grand Picnic June 19. lerms for board can be pledged their votes and support to Omce Hours: ta to i a. m.; i to 1 p m ; I to tra pack of cards. Clothier and FurnUher. Ma, on, Savannah, tun, Charleston, Augu.ta, ihad by addressing 9P 9. on impression that they Brunswick, Lake Cit. I'hamaiville and FI.DItl under the OlRce Lancaster street, opposite court hoase 33 J. F. COOK, Pror., Staniord, Ry. DA points. A Lame Kxcuso. ) could by electing Fagau give the repubI'he inly line 'unnlair solid trains ith choua Mother What! You don't mean to.say Pullmin llnudoir or Palace SlrosHng Cars to Ja licans a black eye aud repay some old willwii.t change lor any ciat of pa.stn that the lieutenant has lieett here nil the Co. scores. Up to three weeks since no cangcrs or vkkec afternoon Haven't I forbidden you to I elmi and tontgnqxry, Hunltville, Dccat-ar- . OF STANFORD, KY., alone iu the company of gentlemen. didate from the democratic side had Horolii e Memphis and ARKANSAS 0nts. Daughter Why, ma, there was only outs! Short-- it and ui k.l to Annittn Selmt, ollered. About that timo it was rumor Persons are hereSy forbidden to fish in my lake, Is now fully organized and ready for business with Diutt lonnectHMs made at NEW OR. Humorbtischo Uluter. I KAN'S without omnibui transfer for i miles West of Waynesbur, under the penalties ed that Mr. T. J. Ballard, of the Big Hill Ulveitoa prescribed for such tretpats Houilon, Austin, Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. neighborhood, had declared himself a JAMES McWHORTKR, She Was Tliuukfill. Yosemite, Ky 3 TEXAS, MEXICO ANO CALIFORNIA. Surplus, . - - - 15,000. candidate on the democratic ticket. He Waitress (to landlady) Oh, ma'am, Mr. ) The only through line If Jackson and Vukitjuri, . 1 a , mating a reel connei came in last week and consulted with Spitfire lias left the table iu a rage. . iinrfvipon lines without omliiKus translrr ur Dallas Fort Worth, Landlady I'm glad of thatl It' the Austin San Ant'ma. Kl Paui and poinuin SUCCESSOR 'to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL the county chairman, but would not first thing I ever Luew him to leave. DeLIME BANK OK STANFORD, submit his claims to the party. At an troit Fre Press'. , TEXAS, ABIZONA.MEXICO, CALIFORNIA. I For through rates C"rret cr tinty maps and tul I will deliver Lime at as Ccntia Bushel In Lan(Now closing up) with the same assets and under informal meeting at the court-hous- e information call on Agent at Junction Cur, Ky the same management. caster, Stanford and the neighborhood. here Monday the democrats could come : joraddresi r It ANK W WCJOI LEY, By provisions of its chatter, depositors are as I will also load on cars at Crab Orchard, Brick Tiav Pan Al . Lexington. Ky, fully protected as aio depositors in National to no agreement. They adjourned leavD Mill I.R. D O EDWARDS. mc a chance. Banks, its shareholders being held individually at 7j cent! a hundred. One STANFORD, KENTUCKY, fratli Man?r, O P XT A., liable to the extent of the amount of their stock ing every voter free to vote for whom he FRED KKL'F.GEK, Crab Orchard. :i6m Has a firstclass Barber Shop on Main street, optherein at the par value thereof, in addition to the pleased in the cincitnaii, u fight. posite Purtuian House, and invites a share of your j Now is the time to lay in your fuel for tho Win-- I invested In such shares. It may act as amount Prompt attention toouiildr calls and patronage executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as ter at cheap rates. Send $jj to the special attention to ladies and childrec. Work an individual. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. done in the lateu stvle with nealncsi and dil buisuieis to us To those who entrusted their -- During a row a- a dance on Skngg'e Creek a woman was shot one night last week. The largest crowd wo have had for a long time was in town Monday at the speaking. Mr. K. G. Williams, a rising young orator, is stumping the county iu oppo sition to the new constitution. Town Marshal V. P. Freeman has resigned and Eintiu'tt Suodgrass lias been appointed to fill the place. Fleming Butner was held in the sum of $230 for cutting Dr. Sowder in the head with a hatchet at Wildic last It very frequently lmppens tlmt visitors ton print Inn officii do things calculated to lrliitlng Olllr. R. favorite route. the Cincinnati. Lot on Dayton Rnllro id. announces a rate ol S5.joforthe round trip bet een Cincinnati and Detroit on Augutt 3, on rucouiit of the G. A. R. and a the round trip erms easy. Encampment On August rate will be $7 at. Tickets ill be good returning till Auk. il, with a provision for extension till Sept io, by depositing tickets with the joint agent A .V 1 A THE O., H. & D. Cent a Mllo to Dotroit. FOB S AXiX I Main Stroct in Stanford Cnntauing t t ! , j 1, to acres. "l2i!UISVIlll NtwMBIHT CMIUfiOfttiS-- " T R WALTON, Stanford. TO HOTERS HOUSE, . Sample Room Parlors. and That Your Hair retain youthful color, its fullness, and beauty, FOR CASH ONLY. NORTH WEST, kvrte-shoem- dress with 2 Ayer's Hair Vigor cleanses the scalp, cures humors, end stimulates new growth hair ICE, ICE ELK1N I Double Dallv TralitH Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co. Mass. flHRu3 A.S. PRICE, DR. t 0in PENNY, Stanford, t, Dentist. Jill h"A 1fl&? ;JZrr 94mlSmiio liiJir..fcuw WERI -- ..i cm Fa-ga- DR. I.. COOK, THE SHELTON HOUSE, m e. JNBP i Post-Expres- s. Rowland, First-clas- Kentucky THE RILEY HOUSE, London, Kentucky. fiQQK'S SFKIBTGS Preach-cravill- JC'3XJ v"3k(iai New York, Huston, raw dibjl:ranh, DR. JOHN Fa-ga- ... CRAIG, e, Farmers Bank&Trnst in A W.HITIITC. Mo-li- lc i-- AND BRICK. E. II. FARMER, Farmers, Attention. T0NS01UAL ARTIST, three-cornere- d H. FLEXITEH, Dealer In Foreign directors: J J.Williams, Mt. Vernon J J. M. Hall, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S.J.Embry, Stanford; J. E. Lynn, Stanford; . A. W. Carpenter, Milledgeville; J. K.Baughman, Hustonville; J. F. Cash, Stanford;"'' William Gooch, Stanford, Ky. S. II. Shanks, President. J B.Osley, Cashier W. M. Bright, Teller J, H.Baughinan, General Book Keeper. If- - sfA.i - FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. 2:251. "XJL,UJi: CiltjVtfM UOUUMC." Fob Sale. 44 good wes W. M. Mc- VI l.IOITORS., Afee, Stanford. Tho Bhortost and Qulckost Routo from (soo) Bushel car of Want to have fed 200 hogs, Call at at mines for present their belt lump coal on track Contral Kentucky to nil point Nortu Senn & Ackerman'a and Milwaukee bottled deliery. This coat should bet Floyd and F.aat Jefferson East, Woat and. South-Wonut this office. Fas: coit you a fraction over qHc on track at Stanford beer, 314 LOUISVILLE, street, Sleam bottled KY Preston, I.lnobotwoon Loxlngton and CincinMy goods Newport News A Mii'uuppi Valley Co , "E. D. beer, warranted to keep six rr.unths I have 40 nice ewes for sale, M. 0. in car load lots. nati. will be found at the Port man House saloon and Solid Vestibulecl Trains to THROUGH TRAINS CINCINNATI TO MID 16 0m Vandeveer, Rowland. at Ferrill Bros'., Rowland. DLEMIOROUf.il and J KLLIC. Philadelphia lung fever aud I'roctor Knott has ! I T Baltimore, Now York, lias probably made his last race. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY io,iJ,t. ! No, I. Alt points East and Southeast. No. 3 The first bale of new cotton sold iu No 3 Only one niht out Irom Lexington. TO TAX-PYEItS OF LINCOLN COUN7 cents Monday. It was New York at Ex. Sun. Dally. Corrected Time Card in Effect Ma) 3, itji. ExJSun TY: I am prepared to collect you taxes for iSji. raised in Dougherty county, Ga. I have school tax lo collect lor ia districts. Lve Cincinnati .. 8 10 a m h 00 p m 3 CO p id In the corporate limits o Rowland. Come prepared to pay all at one time. I hope ICiiHt ilouiul. Lve Covington... 8 18 a m, 8 o3 p m 3 06 p m P. W. Green took the premium in that every u ill try to be first to settle Lve Falmouth.-.- ., 9 i a m g 16 p m 4 3 P m H 5J. DARST, Rowland. 6 Fait Mail leaves Lcilngtnn dail)' at 7 35 am, Arr Paris m,io 33 p m 0 10 p m pony ring at the Harrods-bur- g with me or one of my deputies viz: Richanl M. II IS the Winchesters 13, Mt Sterling 8 ji.Ollie Hill 10 V.. Menefee. 11 10 p mu 00 p m 7 00 p m Newlaud, Samuel Athland 11 13 pm, Catlettsburg ia.a3, arriving at Arr Lexington. Fair Wednesday and A. M. Pence's J. N. MENEFEE. o 15 Lve Paris m iris" a m Huntington is. 30 pm Sheriff of Lincoln Co. 6 50 o m Pence won secoud money in a trotting l.imiteii express leaves Lexington daily at 6 13 Arr Winchester.. 13 IO p m 7 55 p a 3S p m pm "iiiiicmci 700, .Mt. dicilinc 7 3, Olne lllll Arr Richmond... race. He also lowered his record to 4 45 p m ...a,,.....,. 03, Ashland to o Catlettsburg 10 43, arming at Arr Lancaster- -. Laurel County Coal Association ,...,!:? .., ANn A-- Domestic patch. Kentucky Central R.R. OLD KY. ROUTE t. TAXES TAXES A tax-pay- For Smlo Twenty Building Lots Washington, ' I South-Boun- V ph.-cto- 411 . 34-4- m FARM FOR SALE. WEIil. 34tl BORIKTG Sales of 72 1,400-poun- d cattle at 4A I am well prepared to bore wella and wllljdo the work in a good manner and promptly til ? Iiintingtnn at 11 Capital Stock- Surplus ..,-i- . $200,000 16,500 liability lor an amount equal to the stock, ao that depositors of a Tund ot $400,000. f this Institution are secured by ' Klve sworn statements of the condition of the bank are made each year to the Uuited States govern- inentand its assets are examined at atateailuies by government agents, thus securing additional and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as the Deposit Bank of Stanford in i8j3, then as the National Bank of Stanford in iiC$ and as the First National Dank of again Stanford in 1882, has had practically an unuiter-'rupt- ed existence of yi years. Ills better supplied now with tacihties for transacting business prompt y and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms aud individuals respectfully solic- i,i, f hv the irockholdera Attention of the public ia invited to the fact Stanford, thai this is the only National Bank In Bank Act Under the provisloni of the National depositors are secured not only by the capita! and a $1 on the head, 184 for August delivery at o to 5,35, and about the same number for October nt 5 cents lire reported in the Winchester Democrat. Beat cattle are in fair demand in Cincinnati at 51, from which figure lower qualities run all the way down to lj; good corn fed hogs command 5J, with grassers J to 1 cent less; sheep are active at 3 to 5 aud lambs at 4 to G. The highest price paid for distillery-fe- d cattle this season was $0.05. G. A. Swinebroad sold to D. X. Prewitt 200 stock ewes at $3.25. Wyatt Hughes sold to Wm. Robinson S yearling cattle, C25 lbs., at "t. He also Bold to J. T. Huguo-land Wm. Robinson 25 barrels of corn $3.50 at the crib. Advocate. at y wish to sell privately my farm of ,5 acres, on the Knob Lick Turnpike 2'-- j miles from Stanford and known as the Old henry Bright place. The frame dwelling- contains S comfortable rooms ami out.houae all in good repair. Good water ami locality iiealtliiul. Address, I 34-i- m At One Dollar a Foot. Call on or address me at Sunlord, Kentucky. L.T. SMITH . j.sa.munl, 1S91. uarimif, ry Lincoln County Court, Held June 39, haiiig-departe- Bastin's Saw Mill. I have finished my new Saw Mill on the Somerset pike, 7 miles Irom Stanford and am prepared to furnish any kind of LUMBER, SHINGLES. Ac, at LOWEST PRICES. I will sell the lum. Thomas w'. Vamon, who was elected to the berat the mill or deliver, to suit purchasers. Give me a trial. Poitotlice. MAYWOOD, KY. m Lincoln county, office of County Judge I will deliver sawed chestnut shingles at Stanthis liie and the otlicc having been filled by election of the justices of the peace ford or Rowland at ii 33 per.M, A. B.IIASTIN of said county until a successor can be legally elected and qualified, it Is ordered that an elec. tUn b held in said county by the officers appoict-e- d A. G. Lanham to hold the regular e'ection therein oa the John B. Cattleman. 1st Monday in August, 1891, for the election of a County Judge for the unexpired portion of the term for which said Vamon was elected . GEO. II. COOPER, C. L, C. C. A coyy-- Att 43-- iy Sterling at 6 33 a m 15 a m te 46 a in Lve Stanford 7 00 am S Lse Lancaster.,., 7 jo a in v:-- o Arr Richmond.... 10 13 a m Inzt at is oi nm . .. . Limited leaves Huntington daily at 1 ao Lve Richmond... 13 46 p m 6 03 a m pm, Catlettsburg 1 J9, Ashland 130, Ollse Hill Arr Winchester. 1 40 p m 655 a m 3 03, Mt. Metllng 4 ,p, Winchester 4 38 and iirrivcs Arr Paris 33 7 45 a m at Lexingtcn at 3 30 tim Lve Accommodation, dally except Sunday, leaves Lve Lexiugton .. a no p m 7 00 a n; a 45 P m 7 S3 a M, Olive Hill 4 am, Mt, Sterling 6 13, Winchester Lve Paris mi Falmouth... 4 10 p m 9 33 a 7 13 and arrives at Lexington at 8 05 am. Arr Covington... 3 40 p m 10 49 a rn Accocinodatlou daily leaves Huntington at 6 33 Arr in Cincinnati... 5 50 p m OJJ a m pm, Catlettsburg 657, Ashland 7 10 and arrives at Olive HillS 55 pm. Except Sunday leaves Mt On theMaysville Branch, No i le.m Accooiinuuation, uaiiy, except bunda Lexington at 3 43 pin, V rheter7 10, Ml, iter- ""K 7 45, arriving at lillve lllll at 10 pin Accommodation, dail r except Sunday, leaves i.rxington at 11 oam, .1.. Winchester la so Dm. Mt Merlins 1 05 pen. Daily leave Olive Hill 645 am Ashland 843 am, Catlettsbuig 9 ot, arrises Hunt ington 9 33 am. 07 pm Arr Stanford 3 aa p m Lve Richmond . . Arr I.lvington .... Lve Middlcsboro North-Hound. 35 p m 3 5 p m p m No. 11 13 No. No. AN'i'Ht Tloutul. Fast Mail leaves Huntington dally at 600 am, Catlettsburg 6 ai, Athland 6 37, Olive Hill 8 Jo. Mt Sterling 1037, Winchester ii 03 and arrises Lex- - Arr Richmond.... Lve Middlcsboro Lve Livingston... Sea r....r ... t Pn Leungton at 1 30 pm, Winchester 1 43 pm. 1 35 and at rises a ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. MANAGERS, Limited Vcstibuled Express runs daily and tas Pullman Vcstibuled Buffet Sleepers between Lou isville, Lexington, Washington, New York and Old Point Comfort. This train is made part of the celebrated leaves Paris at at 013, n m, arriving at .. n.i o a't leave.MaysvilaYVioa m.afr'ivSgTtMayiville at 1 30 and AlVilI-- i ai in "u-,- .. . 5 37 P m o 45 P in 3 45 P m 4 5 p m 5 3 P m pr; The Directory of this Hank is computed T.'l. Foster, of Stanford; Forestua Kcid, Lincoln county; J. W. Haydeu, Stanford; S. H. Ilaughman, Lincoln; ol a 1 M.J. Miller, Mt Vernon; S, T. Harris, Lincoln; J. S. Hoeker Stanford; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill, Stanford; W. G. Welch, Stanford. W. I. Tate, Stanford. George Burdino, a tenant of Samuel F. Barkley, a wealthy farmer of Jessamine, shot him to death with the pistol Barkley had drawn on him. They quarreled over tent. Lincoln County Court, Held June 19, 1891, Hon. W. E. Varnon presiding. insurance Company, J. SI Hoeker, OFFICERS: President; tnhr, I. McRoberti, Caihien A. A. Mc Kinney, Assistant Cashier jr- When When When When Baby was alclc, we gare her Castorla. she, was a Child, she cried for Castorla, ahe became Miss, she clung to Castorla. she had Children, she cave thorn Castorla. 9j-i- )f Thomas Richards, who was elected Justice ol thopeacein the Stanford civil district in Lincoln Co , having resigned as auch and said office having been rilled by appointment until a succesior can be legally ele' ted and qualified, it is ordered that an election be held In said district by the officers appointed to hold the regular election therein on tho 1st Motiday in August, 1891, for the election of a justice of the peace tor the unexpired portion of the term for which said Richards was elected. Also a Justice of the Peace and Constable in the Hilstonville district, a Jutticeuf the Peace and Constable in the Turnersville district; a Constable in the Walnut Flit district; a Constable in the Crab Orchard district and u Constable in the Highland district. COOPER, O. L. C. C. GEO. 40 , BAKBEE&OASTLEMAN Commerce Building, Louisville. Agents throughout the South. v7. A. TRIBBLE, Local STANFORD. KY, Aont, East of Huntington on the C. A-- O. Route. Fast Mail Trains run daily except Sunday between Lexington and Huntington. Make direct connection at Huntington with C. AO.: at Ash land wnh S. V. R. J at Winchester with K. C. R. R, north and south bound, ana at l.cxinirton with L & N-- , L. S. and C..N. O. T P. Railroads. Lexington and Olive Mill Accommodation daily, except Sunday. Connects nt Winchester to and from K. C points and at Lcxingtor. with I.. V N. R. R. for Louisville. Lexington and Mt Sterling Accommodation runs daily except Sunday, and makes direct connection at Winchester tu nnd from Mlddleslmr-oug- h and Richmond, and at Lexington with L, S, Ky. for Louisville. -- ,,u v. For full information in regard to rates, routes. ut,,a,m uapanaa A'C , apply to any agent of thu or connecting lines lermediatc stations and runs daily. w. r. MUNSON, Trav. Pan. Ait.. Clnri rH E. H UNTINGTON, s. R.KNorr, C. L. BROWN, C. P. ATM ORE. G. P A., V. P. and O. , iraraciianager. Gen Pais, Agt. Ky, Lexington, Kv r. 1. r, u, munat, ,,lte' ''Ounville,a..-S. HARRISON, I W. BARNEY, O. uen'l I'aii'o'r iv. G. At., Lexington, Ky. T, P. A., Ashland, Ky Odcis Chamber ot Commerce UufdinT,ciueinnat F. F. V. cxceP' Howland Dlvis- Sunday. No. runs daily from l.cxiugion to Cincinnati. No, 3 runs dailv t,.'"l' pAi'5 VrDivisiou, from a" tations except the which it daily except y No. 3 daily except Sunday. 00, """IT betwwn Cincinnati and Lexinglon. ia. 43 1 aris and Lexington Accommodation daily. Leaves Lexington 10:00 a. 111. Arrises Paris " 45 '' No 8 Falmouth Accommodation; leaves Cincinnati 5'iopm Arrive Falmouth 7 03 p m dailv except Sunday. Na 7 Leaves Falmouth 6 00 a in. Arrives Cin. cinnati 7 5S am daily except Sunday. No. 3 and 6mako connections at Winchester tnr point on the N. N. M. V R'y, . D , 1 n?'ili,,!r i ?" l''nt ..... .....w ,. uuny except ' TT i ' td?,u,""Vl.,h'i,"lro'J.c'''rfnDatiton .... M-- .." vf.'jicslV!Ji ,-.. . -n- t& Iw