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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891080701 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. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. t Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. AUGUST 7. 1891. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. LONDON, Four-year-ol- NO. 45 J HUSTONVILLE. LAUREL COUNTY. Will Dunn had h collarbone broken nnd bis brother "Bud" baud painfully crushed by a refractory team of muleB Inst week. Jobn 1;11Ih anil .sieve Drye suspend-e- d Unclo Suin'ri business in Anderson nml Lincoln to till their allotted places on election day. A couple of Casey county iwdeuerc, whose vegetables nro not protected by picket fenced, adopted the novel plan of hawk and onl staking out a as most complete protection against the ravages of fowls. A telegram calling Dr. lirown to Jinuuiu Craig's bedside at Louisville, last week, excited grave apprehensions as to bis condition, but a later dispatch revoked the call and stated that be and wife would probably be homo in a short time. -- V. Penn, the energetic railroad man, was hero last Friday niht and the general impression is that there will either soon bo an army of emigrants from this end, or an excursion to Yellowstone, which will temporarily depopulate the county. Ed Owens got in from Chattanooga Saturday. .Messrs. J. P. Mile, G. C. Cowan and T. L. Carpenter, after giving the new constitution a left bander at the polls, repaired lo Dripping Springs to ascertain how long the (.iarrard county foxes can lead a pack of Lincoln county thoroughbreds. Judge Camnitz is able to leave bis couch after nearly three weeks prostration. Some of tlm judge's admirers think bis attack the lesult of exhaustive research he erroneously thought essential to a correct decision of abstruse legal matters, but his physicians refer his ailments to the ordinary run of human frailties. Dr. Ld. Aloom, of this place, a sprightly member of the Advocate's fltaff, has gone A fashionable watering place in the interest of his paper and to alleviate a cardiac atllictiou. He stopped over night en route from Louisville where be bad spent a few hours in the hands of a specialist who mitigated the aulfercr's pharyngeal malady. The doctor's very large circle of friend and admirers hope to soon welcome him home fully recovered from his slight functional disturbances. Ksquiru L. H. Adams has finally struck a strong stream of water, but isn't satisfied. The sulphurous llavor savors too suggestively of plutonio proximity, and doesn't mix palatably in the culinary department, whilst the saline properties are creative of insatiable thirst. In fact n fresh egg lloated buoyantly on the first specimens of the strike and the question was, "Shall a shaft be sunk and rock salt mined, orevaporators established, and a new salt refinery put in immediate operation ?" Ed Powell, a young bachelor farmer near town, spread a banquet before a select few of his young lady and gentlemen friends last Saturday, which will long be an epoch from which momentous events will be dated. Mrs. Kate Powell and her accomplished daughters assumed control of domestic and culinary departments on the occasion and the host accredits his aunt and cousins with iho gratifyiug success of bis first essay. It ia a mystery to all Ed's acquaintances that his establishment is without a beautiful little hostess. The picnic at Sycamore Grove was largely attended last Saturday in epito of tho unpromising forenoon, and was prematurely adjourned by the early afternoon rainfall, which took tho starch out of many an artistically lauudried wardrobe, and probably averted a disagreeable termination of tho festivities, as n supply of benzine was found in the surrounding bushes and several quarrelsome individuals had loaded and were avowedly in search of conquests. The rain was a Godsend in more than ono sense. Mrs. Wallace Steele, Misses liillie and Lou Alstott, chaperoned by Mr. George Hunn, are making a tour of tho East. Capt. Joe Huli'man, of Liberty, was a welcomo visitor last week. Miss Mack Logan has gone to Longview, Ala., to spend a month. Misses Lizzie Drye and Lou Hocker have returned from Cumberland Falls. The Beason lias, up to now, been ono of unusual gaiety at that resort, and every visitor is extravagant in praise of tho present management. Waxio'a Uiind contributes immensely to the delightful surroundings b,y charming concerts. wing-tippeYoso-tnituor fjfT HON. D. B. EOMISTON, Lincoln County's Popular Young Represen- tative. BARBOURVILLE, KNOX COUNTY. Some of our neighboring county panels we are glad to notice have let up to some extent on the constitutional discussion, and especially the pro constitutional sheets. A gentleman by the name of Retching, who registers from Memphis, Tenn., delivered quite an interesting lecture at lie Christian church here last Friday night. His subject was "China." Hev. and Mrs. J. C. Steeley, the couple who were recently married, and on account of which appeared in these letters some two weeks ago, have returned from a pleasant tour of some of tho Southern cities. We are sorry to note that Major E. W. Freeman, editor of the News, of this city, has to spend so much of his time away from his busiucM here at the bedside of his sick wife, at Iter father's in Parksville, Boyle county. "Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Cook receive friends Thursday evening, August (th, at 8.:M) o'clock," read the cards which were issued Wednesday for a party given in honor of Miss Annie Disliman at the hospitable home of Judge A. K. I Cook. Hon. S. H.Kiish came in yesterday morning from Manchester, Clay county, and informs us that Clay county gives n majority for tho constitution of 107. The had been claiming the county by about MX) to 0. A number of persons here are exercising themselves over the question of who is the correspondent of the Courier-Journand Times from this place, and seem to think they should know just who he is and just exactly what he is going to write, forgetting the fact that such great papers as the two above mentioned, have representatives all over the laud who know what news ia and have to tell it, and don't have to go to a a few-- "cranky" individuals for their consent before reporting the same. Misses Annie and Sue Disliman aud Roberta Chiun, who have been visitiug friends at "Ely Dale" and Flat Lick, returned Tuesday night. Miss Gertrude Ptiden, a charming young lady from Georgetown, who has been visiting her father at the same place, accompanied' them home. Hon. John II. Wilson, Judge Tinsley and C. F. Davidson left for lxniisvillo Tuesday night to ppond a day or two. T. M. Sampson, of this place, visited Middleshoro Tuesday night. F.D.Sampson has gone to Annapolis, Md., to take a preparatory course before entering for examination for an appointment as a naval cadet. al II Ann Times. Pinder ".Didn't that man call you a liar V" Fitzgoober "Ho did." Pinder "And you propose to take it?" Fitz "Certainly, times are so bard now that a man will take anything." Southern Life. Uncle George; Bobby "Look no dead language, bo it?" Euglish ain't Uncle George "Not yet, Bobby, but There is a post at the corner of the if you bad the exclusive handling of it, public square in Fairmont, Mo., which it soon would be." Bostou Courier. gets a boltof lightning from nearly every t George James sliot Armstead Baker thunderstorm that comes along. Three at tho Proctor Mines with a Winchester men, five horses nnd 20 or 30 sheep have been electrocuted at tho spot. over a game of craps and escaped. .45. Fii&t Kiss From Unit LovKit. This, am assured, is a true story, says n writer in tho Detroit Free Press. The gentleman himself told it to me, and tho lady, now his wife, sat besido him and admitted it to ho true. He had waited on her for several weeks, when one evening ho resolved to kiss her, and told her so. "You shall do nothiug of tho kind," she said with a good deal of asperity. But he was not to be frightened out of it. Ho reached for her, but alio drew away and indignantly declared that if ho undertook any such liberties she would scream. He didn't believe she would, bo hu grabbed her up and gave her a good, rousing smack. Sure enough, she screeched like a Bteam calliope, and frightened tho young man out of his senses, for he heard the family rushing toward tho parlor. Tho young lady's mother was he first to enter and tho father came close behind. "What's the matter?" asked the mother. Tho young man Btood by tho piano, wishing the roof would fall in and bury everybody. The young lady had jumped upon tho sofa. "I saw a mouse," she said. Tho parents went back, and tho young man kissed her until she couldn't havo told a mouse from n mountain. well-nig- h Fou Salk. It good ewes. W. M. McAfee, Stanford. Want to have fed 200 hogs. Call at at this ollico. 1 have 10 nice ewes for sale. M. O. Vandeveer, Ilowland. Fon Same. 5 or 0 thoroughbred Southdown bucks. S.M.Owens. John Puppies bought of Wm. Gooch a pair of horse mules for J'.'oO. It. W. Gaines has for sale 2(0 good ewes, also l'J fine Southdown bucks. I). X. Prewitt bought of W. A. Cash a bunch of cattle at 2 cents. G. W. Litteral has been appointed postmasterat Woodbine, Whitleyconnty. Robertson Bros, bought of William Anderson, of (iarrard, a small bunch of butcher cattle at It cents. Xancy Hanks lowered her record a half second at Pittsburg Friday, making a mile with a running mate in 2:1 1. Alex. Robinson bought of A. C. Xewland 2 head of 1,1'JO pound cattle at ;lj cents, and 5 weighing l,l'lo at t cents. E. P. Owsley bought of West End parties 100 hogs weighing 123 pounds at cents. He hns paid as high as cents within the last week. Ed Hopper won the Twin City handicap at St. Paul on a heavy track in a mile and 70 yards. This is within half a second of the record. Best shippers are worth TiJ in Cin; choice cinnati, and butchers from .'Jto-lbutcher bogs bring o t .". 10; sheep are in demaud at ; to , and lambs dull at III to 0. There were not enough potatoes left over last year for this year's planting, aud the farmers had to buy them from Canada, under the McKinley taritf of 23 cents a bushel. The Georgetown Times reports shipments of 173 head of 1,530 to cattle at 3 to 3 10. They were purchased by Morris of Chicago for the European market. Woodcock & Owens shipped to Cincinnati Saturday :500 fat ewes for which they paid .To. Mrs. M. P. Sallee sold to D. X. Prewitt ,".0 fat hogs, averaging 223 pounds, to be delivered between August 20 and September at oe per pound. Advocate. Brouaugh & Middleton bought of East End parties, viz : Of Isaac Herrin yoke oxen for $02; of A. II. Bastin 3 butcher cattle. 2c; of Hiatt Stigall 4 same nt 2.10; of M. A. Singleton 1 steer, 1,270 pounds, at 3c; of I. Herrin 2 1,000 pound heifers at 2 ; of Perkins & Robinson one lot fat cowb at 2 to 21, and A. II. Harber head butcher cattle at 2 to 2j cents. Commissioner of Agriculture Wilson gives the following averages of crops in Kentucky up to date" Corn, acreage 100, condition 103; wheat, acreage 103, quality compared with last year, 110; tobacco, acreage 00, condition and stand 100; hemp, condition, 70; peaches, compared with last year, 102; apples, compared with last year, 140; clover, condition 1)2; timothy, condition S3; pastures, condition Sti; garden products 104; Irish potatoes 122; sweet potatoes 110: sorghum 100. e f 2:22 trot at The Wednesday was won by the favorite, Bonnie Wihnore. Walter Herr got the first two heats aud trotted the second in the quickest time by 21 seconds ever made over the Danville track. Bonnie Wihnore was largely favorite and sold 3 to against the field in private pools, notwithstanding Walter Herr and Xellie W. each had lower records, and Lizzie Mac, the other contestant, was both speedy and frequently successful. After losing two heats the Harrodsburg boys backed the favorite with even money and got a good deal of it. Tho purse was $400 and Xellio W.'s failure to get second mouey of it was a disappointment to many. In the tho 2:32 trot Wood Wilkes won, after trotting a dead heat with Sallie C. and losing one from her nnd another Blondetto got first from Valentiue. race in two money in the An unusually large straight beats. crowd was in attendance. 800-poun- d '. 1 1,000-poun- d 1 1 1 Earl Ward, son of i rr Dick Ward, cut a finger oiT in the running gear of S. Will Hackney's new bicycle Friday. R. C. Ford is getting along well and w ill recover unless a relapse occuis. W. C. Pitman and son, John, arrived from Manchestr Wednesday. John Corly and W. C. Kelley have been fooling around town for a few days. Scott Far-ri- s is up from Crab Orchard trying to learn some points iu the "boss" business from R. M. Jackson. Many other personals too numerous to mention havo got loose from me this week. I know you think I ought have sent you some earlier report about the election, but really I did'nt have the henit to do it. The republicans carry the county by about 450 majority. London precinct going for the State ticket by 150, a majority larger than for 10 years for any full ticket, the usual vote being not over 125. The people's ticket got 23 J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. votes in London precinct alone, nnd the prohibition ticket received 3 votes. s 1891. majority for representative will bo about 300 in Laurel, notwithstanding the ot Conservatory and X0rm.1I School leathers. Superior courses in Literature, Music anil corps Art. Excellent boarding department. big vote Farmers Alliance Republican Catalogues aud circular furnished on application. Fagan was supposed to receive. The constitution will have a majority of 700, ollicial count and if over in time will let you know. A shooting scrape, an unusual thing, occurred on our streets Tuesday between B. BLAKEMAX, Bob Doughty on one side and Andy , and his John Mario w, on The record work, has pat, exceptionally the other. Doughty is chairman of the good, and we or the Stanford Male Academy Tor thorough pains will been in the maintain its former would assure its be spared to and friends that no board of trustees in the district in which high standard i'he course of will include all branches necessary to Edwards lived and the dilliculty arose lege and at the study time will be arranged to meet the want prepare for the Freshman class in Colsame of those seeking a first class Englished ucation. For those who to fit themsekes for business a special course in arithmetic and over a charge that Edwards' children book keening will be marked out were mixed blooded, the charge being The fail will open TUESDAY, SEPT 1ST, and it is epeclillr desirable that all pupils be presbrought by other parties and it having ent on that day TERMS: been referred to the countyschool super- (For fie months, payable miarterly in advance, with reasonable deduction for protracted sickness.) intendent by Doughty. Ten shots were Primary Department $u.s Intermediate Department 17.30 fired by 32 revolvers, one shot striking Classical Department , 31.50 ' Doughty in the stomach and penetrating IncMert.il Fee ... 1.00 the skin. Edwards was grazed on the nrm by one shot from Doughty's pistol, RICHMOND, KY. ThreeENTRAL UNIVERSITY of Study, Clahmcal, bet KNTirit, Com- Fourteen Departments while Marlow had one shot in coat-taHKKCIAU AND L.ETTSKS COURSES. Marlow and Doughty were the only of aide and a specialist ones having pistols. A large crowd was A Full Faculty Biographical eperlencedthemen, each the heart of in his department. centre of Sute, in Richmond, the the region, 000 feet in town awaiting news from the election abuse the -. free from malaria, a few hours by rail from Loimville, Cincinnati. Kuoxsille and Chattanooga. Refined and hospitable community and students find homes in the best families and .Memand the row created quite a sensation. orial Wall Attendance lat sessional, trom Jj States, Territories and countries Mr. Joe Young and bride, nee Miss j. New Gymnasium M jre than $100,000 added to the endowment last year. Elghty-tW&) scholarships lor the benefit of worthy, poorjoung man. Belle Boreing, arrived Wednesday evenSirs toSio lor tuition board, washing and servant at'eutiou. Expenses tiioder.-iting, after an elopement last Friday evenNext Session opens Wednesday. September 9, 1801 L, H. BLANTON, D. D. Chancellor. For catalogue appl to ing. Miss Belle left Friday and her absence created quite a sensation, her people using every effort to find and bring her home. She was accompanied by Miss Mattie Lovelace, who also returned with the happy couple. Through many misunderstandings the two did not meet DANVILLE, KY. until Sunday afternoon, when they took 9, hog paths to Jellico. They were marWith a lull course of study, both English and Classical While the course of instruction is especial ried just over the line from Lot, Whit- y adapted to preDare young n en for the Frehman Class, it Is intended at the nine time to furnish a liberal Knglish education tu any who desire It. In connection with the Academy ley county, in Tennessee, in a corn-fieuuder an opple tree. Mrs. Young is one 3D & of our prettiest, brightest and most esti mable young ladies, while Joe Young is Has been established in the home and utidrr the personal control of the Principal. Regular study hours under the siipcnUion ol the Principal and assistants and the restraints and government of a and has a unanimous host Christian h n.c are bined with the best educational advantages. tor further particulars in regard to board, tuition, etc., address of admiring friends all over Laurel, beJAMES B. WALTON. Principal, Danville, Ky. ing an enterprising nnd energetic young inau with few if auy enemies. Mrs. Young is just 10 yeaia and one week of d R? ' t Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September ist, 11 Jop-lin'- STANFORD MALE ACADEMY F. Ed-war- Principal. step-son- pat-o- may-desir-e il. c - Col-leg- lllue-Ura- 1 t- O Centpe College Academy Training1 op artment The Next Session of this Institution Begins Sept. ld A Home Boarding" ci well-know- n age. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. mnch-talked-o- Dan-vill- Lancaster sent over a large crowd to the Danville fair each day. The Hop Club gave a very enjoyable German at the Miller Hotel last night, Mr. George W. Dettis has resigned as railroad agent nt this place. Mr. J. W. Carr, of Richmond, has accepted the agency and took possession the first of J WHITES HAS LEO PREPARED BY CREAM VERMIFUGE SOU) EVERYWHERE . AIL WORM REMEDIES FOR 20 YEARS RICHARDSOH-TAYIOR 1 EVERY BOTTLE COARAHTEED the week. Friday, is the last day for filing suits for tho August term of tho Garrard Circuit Court. Tho docket is larger than usual and court will probably last the full length of the term. The public school opened Monday with Judge M. D. Hughes as principal and Miss Scott Petty as assistant. About 50 pupils uro enrolled, hut the number! will doubtless reach 73 by next week. James II. Brown is very sick at his home on Danville avenue. Mrs. S. M. Peacock and children have returned to their home in Hustonville. Sam Joseph, of Cincinnati, was here this week. Mrs. II. A. B. Marksbury and daughter Mrs. A. H. Rico have returned from n visit to relatives in Perry ville. Col. J. K. Faulk-u- er has beeu quite ill for several days at Mr. Geo. Denny's. We are glad to say that he has greatly improved. To-day- MED. CO. ST.LOUK MO. , ViNJfAl for f Infants and Children. Kelloy, of Kansas, tho republicans and joined has deserted party. tho Tho sugar trust and Claus Spreckles are into a bitter light, and the result is that granulated sugar has been forced down to less than 4 cents a pound, tho lowest price on record. Let 'em fight It is rumored at Washington that tho president will accept the resignation of Secretary Xoble, in order to appease Ghauncey I. Filley, the machine boss of Missouri, who has waited for tho scalp of Xoble. If Jerry Rusk keeps up this weather of the summer resort hotels will burn down shortly after the expiration of tho present seasoti. If any body thinks this paragraph is libelous, let him prove it. Cincinnati Enquirer. Obediah Cary and Prico Marrimoii fell out at a party at William Hungato's, in Mercer, nnd agreed to Bettle it with their fists after the festivities. They went off as agreed, but Cary got a rock nnd slipping up behind Marrimou crushed his skull. He then took to his heels. Pefl'er-Simpso- n ' Cut or I a Is so well Adapted to children that I recommend It as superior to any prescription II. A. Arcukb, M.' D., known to mo." IU So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, Zf. T, Cantoris cures Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation, K11U Woruu, gives sleep, and promotes dl. Without injurious medication. Tu CoMrA.sr, 77 Murray Street, H. Y. tlireo-fourtli- s James Gore, nged 711, died at tho Clemens House, in this city, Friday evening, of old age and a complication of diseases. Advocate. The wife of Col. S. A. Newell died at Somerset Saturday. She was n sister of Col. V. O. Bradley and like him had ninny friends nil over the State, who will regret to hear of her death. Prof. Shemshenjian, tho Armenian teaeher of languages in tho Kentucky University and at Hamiltou Female College, Lexington, died last week of and was buried there. He was a Kraduntu of the Bible College, aud had been there live yearn. Ho was born on the shores of tho Black Sea, and was preparing to return to his native land ns a missionary of the Christian church when disease struck him d6wu. Fancy & Family Groceries Mason's Fruit Jars, Ring Top Jars, n, Fruit Jars, Sealing Wax, extra top and Rubbers, Jelly Glasses, Brass and Porcelain Kettles. FABBIS &o T31JlJEZjT)X2T, fu - S-J- i, rriTTirffl .I:.'. pwaiiirinintfiirfrjii nm ", s ft I. ft lit- - '"'k of a President Clay's county of Hourbon fey for magistrate n"d tlep Interior Journal! Jouit.sAi.,'who was headand should-ui- gave the constitution 1,S07 majority and contest. In tho Highland precinct Jos. uboviinnv other newspaper antago Uiown 18. Jenkins received OS an I Wm. Burton (17 nist to the new constitution, is rewarded Tho democracy made big uains in Pu- for constable. Both are republicans and bv n close vote on the question in his W. P. county. Louisville Tost. laski. May for the legislature only scent to be pretty well matched. T. M Pennington was elected magistrate at beat Fitzpatrick, dent., 271. Zf S s, ' Lj. tiD f Stanford, Ky., August 7, 1891 8om to think. A nmjorityof 277 against, P.ell and Harlan elected Berry How- Stanford over Peter Hampton and H. . L'oO white people in the ard, dent., to tho legislature. The former Porter. with less than Is Receiving Hi3 county voting for tho constitution, might pU0 tt Hinnii majority for the new con NEWSY N0TES7" A New Allegiance. " jtp$tk he termed quite n victory, but we are Mitution. Harlan is said to have gone nmrt ml sl L.' . .. The deed 19 done ! It may be that the too modest to claim it. Wo are not too gyQ against it. The Weather Itureau says that July chief actots in tho tragedy have poine-wh- modest, however, to say th.it tho lVst Jessamine county went republican by last was the coolest since its establish an ebon hue, yet wo are not dis- did Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Giuranteed. Give uim n call. service for the side, in which A mm majority. There was no opposi- - ment in LS71. valiant poned to say that the thing was done in The republicans of New York will it was leader wml general commander, lion to th county ticket and this demothe dark. The killing wu will not tay and deserves the greatest credit, for the polls. John II. hold their .State convention at Rochester assassination was committed in broad, sweeping victory. We had no fault to crats didn't go to the on Feptember II. t representative. Welch was open dayliuht, and tho old constitution tinil of its light except that it would oc Tho National Encampment of the J?v- Harvey Myers was rei'h a corpse. It was pursued to its death casionally impugn the motives of men of The fact that (1. It. chose Washington as the place l UK AUX VNMU'SItOTl-I- , elected to the legislature by 117 majority by a rather motley gang of hunters. the opposition, who it ought to have of meeting nxt year. odds, shows The notes which echoed through tho known were like Ciesar's wife. Kut over such tremendous popular manthat .lames Helew, 14 years of age, comat he is personally a very RENOVATED sylvan retreats were not exactly those of here's looking at you, Judge Finley; with LMPU0VED. home. He will bo a candidate for mitted suicide at WillianiMtowtt on the "the Norman chape, but the quarry was all your fault of 1 Ith tnst., by hanuing. No cause is asmat- speaker again. judgment in this Day. $2.50 brought to bay all the same. Tray, ter, we love you still. The people's candidate for governor, signed for the suicide. Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court! louse Blanche aud Sweetheart with their masJudiro Alvin Duvall, of Frankfort, Krwin, carried but one county ters were in at the death. The distribuThe result hasn't changed Pro. Laurie LOU IS VILLK, KY. ho received 100 had slight btroko of paralysis last we k and in that tion of the choicest morsels the prize J. Blakely's views on tho new constituand h in a critical condition, although W. R. LOGAN, votes more than the next highest candicollars for having been foremost in the tion, but lie patriotically suggests that the A. Y. Jones, J. J. Sullivan. J. L. Marshall.JCIcrks. Mutineer. date. So far as heard from Brer Harris some improvement is reported. chase, the eclat of having winded the best thing to be done ie to make the best Ittnuenernl light among the emcarry one. longest tiote or of haviug blown the of it. He was proud of the result in didn't ployes of Lock A Co.'h establishment at Complete returns in Garrard county loudest horn will soon begin. Shall we Boone 1,300 against however, and give Wood 1,051, and Brown SStl ; Wood's Lake Charles, La , six men were killi d then be on tho jui live for tho usual wired us congratulations on hearing majority 105. For new constitution, and four seriously wounded. . bnarling, snapping and biting? front it and Lincoln. The Commonr.mei, .1. ceieur.it en rrctieli uie 1S5 ; majority for new The statement that the wealth made a noble light and at no 1,590; agaiust, Seriously: has proposed to build a tower on Nuy the STUDKHAKKK, and people's party new constitution has been ratified by a time hit below the belt. We sympa- constitution, 1,105. The the Worlds lair grounds at Chicago. receives 24 votes, and the prohibition you will have the best one made. popular majority ranging between 75,000 thize with you dear brother, but we shall The directors favor the proposal. 1 in agent for the celebrated and 100,000 will convey no message of not wholly feel that life is uot worth the ticket 14. The sensational story of the murder tigttre In The people's party cut some news to the people of Kent ticks. That living as long as Kentucky has a surof the Hrumtleld family in Wayne counrepresentatives. It will information was public the day follow- - plus of 10,000,000 gallons of old rye. the election of W. st Virginia, by drunkon Italians, have 13 in thr next legislature, while ty, ing the ballot. Happily for the stabili- - Let us smile. is said be without foundation. the democrats have 27 in the Senate ty of our State government, happily for The secretary of the National Asso And have reduced prices on both and 01) in the House. The republicans KntTOK Walton, of the Stanford tliose who are to support it and to be Jol'knai., is the ouly one of tho gain two members and have 27 in the ciation of Democratic Clnh-- j has called n 1 conprotected by it, our hope for happy I also meeting of the Kxectttive Committee, to ' ,ou s and repairs the Dicks Feed Cutter, Excelsior e able editors whocluni; to the ditions, for prosperous eras is not based old constitution that didn't go dowtt two Houses. bj held in New York city, Atigtibt 11. tier Mills, Ihukeye Pu up, CincinnatiXKlevator and a full line nutThe Louisville Post puts it in so much upon statute aud organic laws with the wreck. His county of Lin-- The Oth annual celebration of tho of Grnrories ntirl !T!,.-irpreserver and he shell as follows : The third party moveas upon the virtue and intelligence of coln threw him a life is still riding the top waive of the Del- - ment amounted to nothing, tho prohibi Order of Ciiieinnatus will commence at those who are the source of law. uce, with (Jol. elctt at the helm and tionists were not in it, and the republi- the Campus Grounds, Cincinnati, A.K-.-j Kentuckians are brave, upright, tole- Fontaino Fox Bobbitt oa tho look-ouM -- . Pain's great spectacular, Last D.ijh cans did not do as well as might have These Louisville Times. rant and generally of Pompeii, will be the attraction. are distinctive traits. A people so conThe captain of this craft and his crew-ar- been expected. The democratic majoiiOr. Ueorgo II. Perrin, one of the'" J W II HKiUlSS. kiit stituted may now aud then "go a ken-niperfectly satisfied with their situa- ty is fully 30,000. oMet-- t ami most highly respected citi Old Trimble's democracy never waver?, wrang," but in tho main, whether tion. We suspect that Boatswain Logan, zens of State, died at Cviithi.inn but stands like Stonewall Jackson's men Ttiun-ds- the they be blessed with good laws or cursed of the Courier-Journtowboat, can not morning. He was born ner at Bull Bun. Here is Trimble's vote Crab with bad laws, they will be on the right Biy as much. Orchard, Ky., November 0, 1?U, last Monday: Democratic, 1,150; repubBide of all disputable questions as they and would have been 07 years of age had As the farmers will predominate in lican, 140; prohibition, 15; people's parwill generally be fouud right in their ho lived until November next. i'p a land How ing in peach private conduct and secret purposes. A the next legislature and will want a man ty, (5. Trimble The N. N. iV M. V. IinHoiiurud bad law is usually impotent if jts en- for speaker with hayseed in his hair, and honey. Louisville Times. reward for the capture of its A republican is elected to the senate forcement is left to ood people. Tho Farmer Logan, of the Louisville Times, treasurer, Silvester oung. A is coun- nominates Farmer John I). Woods, of for the first time in 30 years front the in tho young rascal's life improvidence of an unwise law is teracted by thethrift and energy of those Warren, for the position and pledges its counties of Pendleton, Bracken aud It is said that his first and only love was r representative for him. The Grant. Weldon and Bradford both whom it is designed to airect. was .Miss Lena Moore, of Klizabethtown, SucccHHiirs to;StUKK cw 3EcUo!crts,gcIcu1ciK In Holding now the same opinion of the nomination is a capital one and if tho claimed tho democratic nomination and who discarded him for young Showers, doctor enters the race he will be a hard neither had the patriotism to withdraw. two constitutions that we entertained whom she married. This is said to have low-ibefore the election, we extract comfort man to beat, for he is as popular ns he is Both should be made to roost very soured tho life of Young ami made him the future. from the belief that it will take a worse capable and worthy. wh.it he was, a miserable woman hate T. S. Benson writes us from Middle-burg- : thing than the new law to spoil the good and infidel. It will be remembured that "It is generally believed that people of the old Commonwealth. At ELECTION. the young woman was found dead in her has beaten Col. Silas Adams. GFNTS'- the beginning of this yet untried experi bed one morning with a bullet hole in His majority here is 40. Tho now con- her bruin. ment, we avow a steady purpose, as beHer husband claimed that The Democrats Carry tho State stitution is badly defeated here." comes a loyal citizen, to support the esshe tired the shot herself, but he was Mistnke. Col. Silas Adams is by 30,000. tablished order of things, to tender unand tried for her murder. Alter by 172 majority in Casey and 225 in to Cicsar the things which are a long trial he waa acquitted and to get Russell. Casey gives the constitution even With no divided allegiance between The Legislature Three-Fourth- s with a biotlierin-lawho was ISO majority and Itussell goes against it the old and the new, and resting serenemain 'prosecutor, he had a writ gotten Democratic. 03. ly in the faith that all things work toout against him for 3 "TVTT" T"." I .V The returns were compared by tho re- .Moore ran oil, but was captured 5 gether for good to them who love the in 1 -. Tho New Constitution Adopted by turning board yesterday and but few us and on hi.s return killed .Showers. TexX It fold the drapery of Lord, we will now 75,000. corrected official vote is useless to speculate on w hut would errors found. The us and lie down to uur couch about have been the seoual had Miss J.ena not is as follows: pleasant dreams. Ia: mi ot mvi t! Vive le proved fickle. The election Monday again demonHATS, TRUNKS AND VALISES, 'lir strated that it is useless for attv other MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Things are never so bad that we can party to attempt the ascendancy in KenThe marriage of Prof. J. F. Walton, 12-?-- ? not find something to be thankful for. tucky. She ia democratic to the core of Centre College, to Mirs .May Helm, of! or In the wreck of matter and the crash of and republican, people's, prohibition J this pluce, is announced to occur at tho f. worlds on the new constitution, we are what note do not aud can not disturb ' i l reshytenan church here at noon, Aug. county con- the even teuor of her way in that directhankful that our Lincoln 10. Prof. Walton stands deHiTvnillv liinh 1110(1 'UMUJ U4 endorsed our position on it so tion. Four years ago, Gov. Buckner's stituents in his profession and the tirosnective handsomely. We are likewise thankful plurality was about 17,000. This year 1; bride is one of our loveliest and most I: S il! pJ. i:.n;5if- -i 1 v that the August election is abolished and John Young Brown's is in the neighbor!! " cultivated ladies. The bridal tour hood of ."0,000 and may go up beyond that weahall have notexceeding a visit to the groom's home at u, 'Mil-li ? hereafter, and that in Novem- that figure. Our rooster is crowing most Louisa, Vn.f the Whito Sulphur Springs GROCERY" is cool enough to lustily and but for the fact that he is ber, when the weather aud other points of interest and pleasure. fc,ili, 'uiiti-- i counteract the caloric of politics. For such a large bird he would show our ' as ; these and some other blessings we are readers how ho does it. Hurrah for CHURCH AFFAIRS. ' IIDIUU.V therefore truly thankful and moderately Kentucky and three cheers for the next m 2 C , s r. Miss Carrie Fall, missionary workgovernor, John Young Brown, who will happy. ' lll).lll't er, daughter of the lute Rev. Philip Fid', prove a fitting successor of the honored iSS9ni'3t&i-- i The prohibition vote in this county ia and honest Simon Bolivar Buckner. died at Frankfort, Monday, age ,0. growing small by degrees and beautifulCheese, The ladies of tho Presbyterian ii(i!)ii.iiu.) jii.i Wood carried Fayette by IBS majority. ly less. In 18S7, Judge F. T. Fox, pro church aie requested to meet at that The majority for the constitution is hibition candidate for governor, got .'Ml) church this, Friday, afternoon at "nY) vciirtlv votes; in 1SS8, Fisk, for president, rw over 73,000 which will do very well for o clock to attend to important btisiiiiM. Lamps, Glass- - and Queenswaro, Tin-anWoodenware, Fruit Jars, reived 201); in 18VJ, Cbob, for treasurer, an oil' year. Rev. tleo. O. Uarnes, en route from John M. Tinsley, rep , was elected to j .1 y Four years ago Lincoln went republic 107; Mrs. Henry got LS7 for appellate JU uiav,LS' Scotland to London, writes of hunrimx of clerk in 1S00, and now Ilanis for gov- the legislature in Knox and Whitley by can by 'Jo majority. This year Hrown the death of Col. MeKenzie, who bud entries it by 2i'(5 a democratic gain over ernor only geta 154 At this rate it S00 majority. invited him to Scotland and entertained Louisville which was counted against that year Sir,'. wont bo long before our friends of that part of tho time. jay-eyeJee- WI Owinc to the carelessnebs of a sleepy him persuasion will have returned to their it gave over 12,000 majority for the new Mrn. K. P. Woods, who was rained a constitution. compositor tho votes of Highland and iirbt love. Meanwhile let us sing that w w r JaVv Mil. J. I. Cabk. (Hickory Ornvo l'nrm. homo Brown carried Madison by 20. D. W. ICingsvillo got mixed in the table print- Methodist and hud been a mouther 01 good old hymn commencing "While the lUrinc, VIh.,mijk: "Alter triliiR 5 that church since childhood, has united major- ed in lust issue. Otherwise it was pracTribble, dent., appears to havu Z reniiiMd a lnr; eiry known remedy, I from u a year olulliinili S lamp holds out to burn," kc. of two yearn ktaiKiluir, filly, with th Ilftptirit church, to which her ity for the legislature. tically correct. witti ttiri'onppllcutiona or Little Tom Petkt proved himself a Clark redeemed herself by giving Brown lead the ticket from .'1 to 1!?, husband belonged, and been immers-eA Sunday-schoo- l excursion train bigger man than tho democratic party in Brown 21): majority, but spoiled it all by Adams receiving tho least vote, 1,210, Kl fffiviPir.SBS1" ran into a mail train on the Central Ver- - $ J .' Kg.'. M Daviess, and was elected to tho legisla- giving the constitution a majority of Harris lead his ticket two, while all the Utst!iolcstpropnratlou I iiavoevcrtuvilorlieard E of. 1 heartily recommend it to all Horsemen." ture on the people's ticket. He is said 2,000. republicans get tho same except Itlaiue, moiit railroad near Cham plain, N. Y, Hiiiasiiiiign car 01 each train. Two pas " to have designs on congress, but while There will be 51 fanners in tho next who fell behind 27. ""TAJmlfc U'chnie hundreds of such tetlimonlnU. lie may be Iarie enough, small as he is, legislature, about as many as they had against the constitution sougers wero killed and over 20 or more The majority rrlcp.St.'SOiierliottlr. AnlcyourilrucKUlforlt. Iflio tlcxii not mnilU'OScBtamiMortillver.fortrlnlbox. to cover Daviess county, ho will be drawn in the noted grange legislature of a few in Lincoln county is 262 instead of 2."2 were injured. At CO., Whitehall, N. Y. Nov. S. A. Day, late of the Metho &iwi4JutjnT,u,,,c UARK A W. ii. too thin in spots to attempt a greater years ago. Krrors in as given in our last. ...... dist church, lias joined tho Christisn.! t&timja.. territory. Bro. Woodson should con The majoiity for the constituion in and addition make the differlie told Col. Craddock he was tired of' tinue to show what a baseless ingrato Anderson is nearly 1,100. Brown's plu- ence. Hurrah for Lincoln! the itineracy and wanted to locate with little rooster is. rality is '!'!. Hanks, dom., for legisla- the There are 000 colored voters in Linhis family a question of convenience tuie, elected by 234. coln and they all with singular unanimi more than doctrine it seems. The Louisville Times has the honor of Brown's majority in Mercer is'lol, and ty voted for the constitution. There having had its capable city editor elected Stephenson, dent., is Row Mark Collis. who is conductto tho were only 1,114 votes cast in tho county to the legislature without opposition. legislature over a fttsiouist by .'ISO. ing tho revival at the Christian chinch, Tho for that document. It is therefore safe They used to call him Tony Carroll, constitution carried by (5SS. to estimate that not over 2,"0 white per- jo mi uiiuMiiany cicar ami lorcinie exnow it i8 Hon. Anthony J Carroll That went to the demnition bow- sons, all told, voted that way. Lincoln pounder of the word of God. His serChristian Has the largest and ho will make tnoht excellent member wows. Wood has 800 majority aud the county white people hail too much hard mons are models of comprehensive no one who knows hisbterliug qualities republican caudidate for tho legislature sense in their heads to voto for such an thought aud they are delivered with a MOST COMPLETE STOCK pleasing oratorical effect. Ho preaches will doubt. Tho Times doesn't have 500. The constitution carried by 2,000. experiment. men around. at 10 a. m. and 8 v. t. and tho any other than OK Congressman Wilson didu'teven carra In tho Walnut Flat precinct W. T. new constitution. Sutton was elected constable without op- congregations have Bteadily grown from Tub Winchester Sun bays the TarOid Knox against the precinct tho first till now the church is tilled. " position and in the Htistnnville Co., of Chicago, paid a draft it made 'What's do matter wid you, John Tho meeting will last two weeks at least. L. It. Adams was accorded a similar honever shown in Stanford at prices eome time ago, which must bo the first Mr. Collis was born in England and Ouly three counties, Lincoln, Estill or for magistrate. In the Crab Orchard as low as the lowest. gotten out of tho and only inouey ever raised in Australia. He came to and Boone, report majorities against tho precinct Sam Mageo received 108 votes Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s to attend the Bible College a in the State, concern. constitution. Three cheers for the noble for constable and Thomas Pettus 219. year, but he was so well nleased h r,.. who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to Magee was elected before but failed to malned till he graduated and then marAbout 40,000 pensioners are at the G. three. Later. Green KeMer's county, Car- - qualify. Tho Turnersville local race is rying n Kentucky woman, he decided to send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old A. R. meeting at Detroit and the most of make the State his future home. And wo them are there to demand more pen- lisle, and Russell and Harlan join the as reported in last issue. II. IL Thur-nob- will add: All who have heard him gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic-te- d little band. inond has 11 majority over Moses Cof- - preach rejoice at the decision. nons. , and I guarantee satisfaction. A. R. PENNY. Semi-Weekly W. P. Walton, of the Stanford Intk-1110- " H h H.g.RUPLEY, WALTON. W0ffi 1 ' j at Mnngaoummer yooas .,.. .. ME WILUBB AiD Per 9 THOROUGHLY Kales Web-Webst- 11 1 . 1 1 emi-nee- r, If You Need a Wagon, Oliver Plows, i three-scor- lue Ci-For- te 11 t. U. IB- - TPOFnPTHT?. level-heade- j e n al y NEW FIRM SMeRoberts & Hiffffins, city-edito- n THE er CLOT EIH'G., jrl J AJ "?T1 - ar-rest- Ca-sar's- . FUnftflSHiftgC; GOODS "Try T'TT A iC VV .-- s s emb-vleinen- t. mm M A J -- I MEN'S AND LADIES SHOES I -- ! oneelec-tionaye- Go ar to A. A. WARREN'S 'MODEL - -- -- I - For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats, Pieldes, Preserves aitdlJa.jns; d 1 Dried Apples, Poaches and Primes, Uice, ?.IisISI?J 1 ( ' fm 7 -- - ofJiiy-I''yo-.Sc- 1 .T 5 it'JUiyPSr4'W JjfW. QUINN'S OINTMENT, j poll-boo- ks SS9 a 1 a i;ihy The Old Reliable Jeweler 51 in the Lead. i 11 tVj&V&jY A. R. Penny first-clas- s Hen-ery?- Watches and Jewelry Lex-ingto- n . le ':-- j -.- - j &1 5l Semi-Week- ly InteriorJoukhal 1'itwn carload din's. finlt at Karris A Har0. CuNTHAt. U.vivnnsiTY will open Sep. It Is growing all the time in popular- r- - 9 ftf Fiintii Irults and oonfttcllons ahvayH ity and the next session prouupes to be even more successful than lad, when Stanford, Ivy., - Aruwr 7, 1S01 on luind at !. ZiiiiitirH. there were 11)1 students. Send to Dr. Fo Saik. My house and lot and n Hhnton, Hichmond, for a catalogue. .1. rjus. rvtnnatfor good Jersey raw. . e4 A. C'nrpentor. The L. & N. will run a special train, Em. ink ;Miors power in fair condi- h'nvini; Crab Orchard at 7 a. m AuutiRt MEANS BUSINESS. tion, for sale ehp. Apply at this of- lStoyito Lebanon on account of the 1' ami artictlrally fice. vmsamsii lienutifully Marion County Trnttinc Apociation. done at A. U. IVnnyV. This train will stop at all fctnt'ons tor Yot it account Is now roady. rlense A C5iRi-.and Mrs. A. F. Moberly pagsencerp. Tickets on fare for the ra.l and fiuttlu. A. K. lVnuy. Imvo another girl at their hniiao, making round-trip- . Hetuniine train will leave witU-li- , clock and JcwHrv IlAVKyour Lpbnnon each day after exhibition is ri'tmirtd at A. H. lVnuyV. All work their fourth child. Vinrranted. not (mid by is over. W. W. Pens, T. P. A. Au. iiotts and accounts that all Hilvorvan. wntrW, riUKi, Vc , bouuht at A. H. IViuiy'd will Sept. 1 will be placed in the hands of an MT. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. lie t'nravi'd fn-- of clmrno. officer for collection. J. V. Holdam, Work has been resumed at tho quarCrnb Orchard. PERSONAL POINTS. ry with Hugh Miller as ballast Inspector Nrw Mii.u.vhii. Miss Licde Henzley Mia. J. T. U.vvih hat ruturnod from has purchased Mrs. Knte Klkin's milli- and telegraph operator. Wash Freeman, chargod with tho Montitillo. s nery More, and will continue to do murder of Thomas Oiborn, county attnr-neMiks Annii: MiICinnbv Iihh beon ijuito at the same stand. at Tazwell, Tenniwwe, two yean nek for mvpral days. I.innky, of Hiirroilsbiio.'. K. C. will run an exeurbion from since, was captured in this county Tin: .Mis Cannik morning, and is hold here for inI lowland to the l.Vering Camp Grounds Ih with MIhh Xniuifu .Marrs. structions from the above place. Knd, Is Sunday, lenvinu here at 5::l0 A. M. and Miwt Oiia K.voni, of tliu Wi-sA dispatch from Jellico states that returning leave there at I r. .v. Fure the cut-s- t of MiH Unit Cnrtur. John Mullins, n son of Champ Midline, I). Moouk, K'j , of London, is tins ery low. C of Livingston, was shot at tho former KtU'fct of his rulutive, .Mr. .M. D. Klmore. WitlLKeiijoyinK the tine trots nt the place and dangerously wounded by a neMil. Iatiikh UiursH roHtimiua tu!to Danville Fair, Wednesday, Mr. J. K. gro. The trouble arn in soinn way nl. His tonijK'r.Uiiro was 101 llruce loht a fine gold watch. Ho does over the election. Mullins received a day. it was the work of a number of buckshot in tli1 breast, arms Mi. N. .1. Tmikk haa Kone on a visit lint believe that although it looks very much and shoulders. Tho negro was arrested to friends at Wliicliimti'r and Whlto like it to a man up a tree. and there was strong talk of mobbing Hall. him. No further particulars. Hkniiv M. TooMBV, of Areola, Mn. J. W. KLswoiirn, a youni; and gootl Mcrs. R. C. Warren, of your place, I'.!., is vlfltliiK bin niece, Mrs. I'okiu T. looking man, is in jail in default of $600 and M. F. Urinkley and Jep. HnfLtker Courts. bond for stealing a natch and pistol from were here Wednesday. Miss 1.sn rHtunifd Wcilnuo- - a railroad man at Rowland. He was ar- Cloodall, a Nashville bonutv, is Blanche visiting In rested at Junction City, and was held 'day from a month's visit to rolntlvits relatives here. Mr. 1M Rpppert, who (ilnsgow. for further trial by Judge Harnett. Some has been in the car accountant's ofiice of Miih. J.T. Kmmky is KpundliiK n few boarding houe checks and a nicklewere the C. S. at Cincinnati has been promotdan with Mims Howie Kichards at Junc- all he had in his pockets when searched ed to the position of stenographer in the for jail. tion City. olllce of superintendent at Birmingham. MibsMAity Ci.ayTiiomion, of Iuin-vil'.e- , Wiiili: driving Farris t Hardin's de- Mr. Robert White ami father were up lutliu nuimt of MIhsch Clara anil livery w'ticon yesterday, John Fugleman, from Crab Orchard Fridav. Mr. R. L. ophulia lackey. by a rut Joplin has gone on a surveying expediMimkh I'Vx I'KXi.NMroN and .nnlo Jr., was jnrrod out of his catching on a hook on tion to Harlan county. Halo tiro vlaltlnu frionds at Danville and his eye-liMr. W. R DilUon was hero Wednes the side of the top, it was torn down his during the fair. Tuobday for cheok, producing a very painful wound. day ano iieseritieti ins experience witn a MimAiimia Tyiikk loft Fortunately the eye was not hurt. Dr. hornet. One of these indusirious in.(fclmnbin, theiiro to Cambollsville.Ulas-toHeld stitched it up and the patient will sects invnded his bedroom the other and Mainiimth Caye. for eome morning and took up quarters with Mr. Miis Dukw IIkad and Mrs. liallitt have to remain in a dark room I)., but proved too waini a b'dfellow for Combs, of Monteray, have been Kuests time. that gentleman. After leaping from the A iI(iwuh fiom Jackttou, Miss., says at Mr. A. A. McKinney's. bed, executing a war dance, and turning Mk. a SD Mil1. J- 1. tinAY and Mr. and that Jackson Dick, of Somerset, Ky., over wash stands, chairs, etc., his hornet-shi- p Mrs. James Waddle, of Somerset, have had arrested Thomas 1J. Coppago on a was slain, an Mr. I), repaired dambeen imeHta of fiiemle at Hon laud. requisition from (inventor Hucknor. He ages by application of tobacco juice. Miwhs An.nik ami Ki.i.a Shanks and is charged with seducing the old man's The election at this place was the guest, Miss Mary Pickett, left Tuenlay daughter, Oiie, who is now encieiite. The quietest that has occurred bore foryeats, k' )' "t Frtnicb l.iek. J..r ft old man had blood on his eye and if not a disturbance of any kind took place Mil. ami Miw. Hour. McAmhtkii, Joe Coppage doesn't ipiiet the matter by marduring tho day. Tho new constitution Will ami Hunt, aro npondlng the week rying his victim, he will bo persecuted cm ted by a majority of 1( in this prewith Hoylerounty ndativert and taking to the bitter end. cinct, and J. S. Joplin, republican canin the Fair. husTuu L. & N. cm nearly always be didate for legislature, received a majoriMiw. W. K. Hhi: has joined her ty of II, a falling oil' of 50. The prohiband (the genial conductor on the K. counted on to do the proper thing. Prof. to Aest. Supt. Frank bition ticket received two votes, the peoO., here, mid they have taken rooms at Hubbard Harris about the cost of home gravel to ple's party wasn't in it. Thecounty gives the Carpenter House. IX) majority for the new constituMaiiy Hom.Nfco.v, Marlah Cook llx the walks at thu college, when he about Mifc-i- a tion, and thu republic n candidate for proposed to bring him three and others have returned from a trip to ashington, Old l'olnt and from the 0. A 0. branch, travel and legislature gets only a slightly larger one. New York, frelirht free. This is etjual to a clear gift In the three cornered light for the legis other places of inteiunU lature Fagan's supporters wavered conMiw. C. W. KiiKMhii, of Now Albany, of 100 and the friends and patrons of siderably under the seductive tongues and Mrs. T. II. Siunders, of Louisville, the M'hool appreciate9 the kind oiler. of tho regular republican leaders, who up Wednesday to spend a season Foil the llrst time in its history the vigorously circulated the report thut in the mountains at Harbourville. full returns from every precinct in the thu independent republican candiMkh. ,sti:i.i.a L.I"8I.uy and Mrs. Mar- county were heard in Stanford by i) date, had entered into a combination attending the tha Jones, of Mercer, aie o'clock election night anil printed be- with the democrats to defeat their candibedside of their relative, Mrs. J. M. fore It). The way we managed it was date. T. J. Hallard, independent demoJr., who Is gradually (Inking. Waynesburi: is IS utiles from here crat, carried Crooked Creek, a republi- this: C01- - W. (.1. W ki.ui went up to Pineand four miles from a telegraph otlice. can stronghold, by SO, a precinct which yille yesterday to attend a meeting of Iuimtdiately after the close of thu polls the republicans usually carry by fiom 00 the directory of Mt. Vincent, and Judge at 7, Mr. W. It. Cress at our request put to 100. v W. K. Varnon and S. M. Owhis to testi-f- a man on a horse and sent the result to The only trouble in the county on court. in a case in Kingsville, from which placo Mr. James election day was at Crooked Creek preMiss Minnik Ki.uott, 01 ivirnsvine. Koy also sent us the returns from there. cinct where John D. Mullins met his niter delightful visit to Knoxvllle, We got Sum W. Meneeu to bring tho death at the hands of Hill Damerel. It Barbonrville, passe. down to Htihtonville vote, which place is lOmiles appears that Damerel was drunk and had Louisville Wednesday, accomp.inied by from Stanford, and stop by Turnerville, been noisy around the polls and was tlis Hon. 1). . Colson. d five inih-- out, for its vote. Dick playing his money. Young Mullins, the Mh. J. I). Cami'Iikix, of Louisville, is biought tho vote of Crab Orchard, sherill of tho election, spoke to Damespending a few days with his sister, Mrs. 10 miles, ami Walnut Flat, o miles. We rel and requested him to settle an old McDintalil, and mother, Mrs. Campbell. sent :t man to Highland, 10 miles, on debt due Mufliiw, whereupon Damerel having lateMr. Campbell can not walk, horse back, and another to Hubble, 7 flow into a pawiion and replied that he ly sustained u broken leg in fall.and whs miles, and they were all in by 1) o'clock. would whip out the amount with Mulkindly assisted to Stanford by young Dr. Only Kingsville and Crab Orchard can lins. letter when Dameiel was nourishing W. S. Kelly, of Louisville. bo reached by telegraph, the other pre- a pistol and making n noise around the Mu S. A. llrnKK, of Louisville, is in cincts being from three to live miles d polls, Mullins asked him to ho quiet. charge of the telegraph ollico here until from such Killers. This way of get- Damerel replied that he would "burn it is appointed. Mr. Carpenter's suiveMor ting nev.s comes high, but the Intkiiioii oil' in his face." Damerel was persuadMr. Joe W. Adams, who bus been In Jouit.vAi. can always be relied on to give ed to leave, but before starting away it ia "chargo for some time, will, after taking thu latest from every important event. said he remarked that tie would kill peveral . in the UiiiivilW) Fair, spend some one before he left the place. He at his hom in faint new. Moiik or a Kini. In addition to tin months with Jones Diirlrtui wont to where their letter to us from President Smith, rela horses were hitched and "ciTY"AlIb"vTUNiTYr aftr mounting ttye to the removal of the division point both begun tiring their pistols. After Nici: cottage for wale or rent. Apply from Kowland, General .Manager J. O. the fifth shot young Mullins, who was Metcalfe writes as followa to Mayor I). sitting inside the house where tho vot10 T. M. Uoodknitiht. W. Vuudevcer : i' ing was going on, leaning his head over Hats ut An elegant line of "I am in receipt of your favor of tho on one hand was Been to fall from his & Higgins. McHoberts 1st inst. and am very glad indeed to choir m corpse. Damerel and Durham Wooldridge Jellico know of tho interest you take in tho put spurs to their horses ami lied. SevSoi.k anonU for company's allairs in and about your eral parties pursued them, but others on W. II. wearen. D. K. coal. city, and desiro toj thank you for your foot cut across a mountain and headed Uusi) Tom, the wonderful negro plan-le- very kind letter. There were some im- them oil' and captured them, bringing is to play at Walton's Opera Homo provements that we desired to makn at them on here to jail that night. MuIHiib Kowland. that have been postponed on was shot in the center of tho nose, the about Aug. account of tho large amount of money ball passing to the back of tfin neck and Lkavi: your laundry with Severance that was nsked for ceitain property, producing instant ,t .on. Albert Severance, ugent for Lex which at that time wo thought we need- ranged downward, say that Durham death. Witnesses laundry. ington Steam 'appearance of our ed. Thero have also been some negoti pointed his pistol downward when he ations as to a further water supply for was shooting, and that Damerel took deJunoixo from thu everybody had gone to tho company at Rowland. That was al liberate aim at his victim. Damerel streets yesterday so deterred until sticit unto as wo the Danville fair as they ought to have thought tho matter could bo more readi- says that he don't know that ho shot Mullins, but that if ho did it was accidone. . ly handled. When theeo matters are dental. The examining trial is set for Mr.s. J.M. HuitiiAim'fl pet canary got called to ray attention again I will Friday, when it is thought Durham will out of tho cage and (lew nway the other your letter and see what can bo bo released. Considerable feeling exists and a beauty. day. It is entirely yellow done to further the interests of your cit- - in tho whole eastern portion of tho counShe will give a reward for its return to iZOBB." ty over the tragic death of young Mulman ami Iter at tho College. Mr. Metcalfe will specify what is lins, as he was a very popular and a uso-fiIf highly esteemed by everyone to secure a permanent location citizen. Damerel is not a native of Tuk colored citizens of McKinuey and needed shops ami division point at Rowwhat they call of tho tho county but is from East Tennessee, vicinity aro preparing for we will guarantee that our citizens and has been here hut a few years. 'The Grand Fantasia Moonlight Revel land, Tan- will secttro it. They know the imporand Picnic" which Is to be held in Mr. M. D. Klmore has on exhibition grove, Saturday, Aug. 15. There tance of their remaining there and are a stalk of corn 15 feet tall and 0 feet to ner's ready and willing to put up anything the ear. He thinks this breakB the rewill be two bands of music and every reasonable to nettle the matter. cord. big time. thing else to contribute to a ST?BiAM jTCNOTE AND STEEL BOILERC, k.c.walton. wW - " Upright and Horizontal. TJBSBfe t TWM' Stationary, Semi-Portab- le 2G-horse power. Uncqualcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Durability. Write for Free Illustrated I'am(!eUi arnl your wants to sizes up to and Portable. All Mr. ae4as3ft8P '. Ztftr TEIE JAMES LEPFEL & CO., NM'.W YORK CITY. SPUINOKIELU.'.OHIO. nmm EPS ' - K.Mi-.Miti:- --- :- Oiw Fall Goods arc Arriving Fast and -:- -: bum-nef- y yes-frda- y Have mimSKmkm Make teK" mJm!SRtm iO t For them. In order to accomplish this ice HA VE to sell our Summer Goods and ire are determined to do this at any cost. Prizes are no object. Come in and examine our - pick-pocke- t, JCb oaHLa N ... u. ... "V d w your booh and we will keep account of nour purchases. Eggs, and Feathers bought at the highest narliet price at Come Gents', Boys' and Children's Clothing, Dry Goods, Shoes, Gents' Finishing Goods, Carpets, Straw Matting, Trunks, Valises, Oil Cloth, Lace Curtains, Gents' Hats, Ladies' Hats, Children's Hats, Etc. GIVEN A WA Y.'To each customer who buys $20' 's worth of goods of us we will give a fine liockidg Chair. It is not necessary to buy all these goods get at one time. in and i 3 m - THE otlaUurl). Uac er iltUctorv." 1'eMiir.oniaU jf ter arc iurcly convincing evidence. Mr, K I. luted your trial box ul LOUISVILLE j j 1 Main Street, Stanford, Ky, Mnplo Shade Stock Farm "I oi Danville, rrniarku tjuinn's Ointment anil tock slncr used two botllts It is thW charac- A. URBANSKV, 5IANES AND GABRIEL, Managers. STORE Proprietor. two-wea- w, mPi 1 m cROBERTS, I NEW AnVEItTLSKMKXTS. CO R P rUlV OrVLiIj finely pike, milei (run depot. Q A I 3 or KENT An excellent Farm Improved, isacre, on Ml' i fk fi OrtM.M-- . car-loa- PUBLIC SALE OF A DRUGGIST iSLKTB T3SW3S:LK, Has the Newest and Latest Styles of Wall Paper, Every Shade and Color of Alabastine; The Best and Purest WhiteLead and Oils; Heady Mixed Pain is a,iul Neat's Carriage Paints; i 3 VJ1ME UHHUHDRR ON TUESDAY, HSH ! m At thu mantiou houte on the premises pa-t-- Fa-ga- u, SEP. 15, 1891, rt", At to o'clock A M., I Hill, n executor ot the l.nt willof '1 liornton Porter, decM, and by authority thereof, sell at public auction to the liiplient bidder the tarin oil which decedent resided, Thi fiirm n on t.llbert's Creek in Lincoln county, (routing on thu L. A-- N. K. It , lit (il-rt'i Creek Station, and ontaint Largest and Handsomest Line of verware, Watches, Clocks Sil- 1 l'ine-dlean- 1 s New-lau- 11 11 polek.at the station, the second of 38 aires and the thud, on which is the residence of Ci acies Alterthe three parcelshave thus been seperately ottered the ertire tract wl I be offered as a whole nndthe bid or bids reatfolnc the largest price All three nt these tracts liaNe wl.t be accepted a frontage on an excellent county road Iculin, at a distance of lull a mile, to the Stanford A Lancaster turnpike road 'I lie mIc will lie absolute and without conditions l'ucicssiou fur sowing gialn will Le given at onie to the purchaser, and lull possession 011 iVji. Januiry TKKMSOK hALK:-O- ne thud cash in hand when sale is nude, the remainder in two equal In. 6 and la months from day f sale. stalment at Ilonds with jjood sutety bearini; 6 per cent. 111 terest frnai dj) of stlomtuircd of purchaser. A hen it ill he retained on land tor the purchase-mrr- y KOHEIt 1" I. POUTER, tng . i8ji. Kxeculorol hornton Porter. to do all kinds And JEWELRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. 119 Acres and 11 Polos of Land. Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, and improvements, The land i c, irc fairly i,ikh1. The triict Mill leafier-eday and night. in three lepnate parrel, one of 19 acres hi tint-cl.- ui fenc-in- c, d B. K. & W. H. WEAREN, Sole Agents for it. IMPERIAL OIL SHOE POLISH. WKV SJIOU3LI) SADIES FSIS IT ? Uecause it is the best; it is a beautiful jet black; it contains no acids; it contains no alcohol nor anything else that will burn the leather and make it crack; it is harmless to leather; it benefits the leather; it contains oil; it softens the leather; it will not rub off the shoes and soil ladies' skirts; it is economical, for it will make shoes on which it is regularly applied wear two or three times longer than when ordina- 3 1 ut Small Farm For Sale. I offer lor vale my farm two milei. South ol Stanford, continuing 35 ares ot good land; .1 good house with ii rooms, all tiecrs.sry outluildings, a laiRi lurn, jond cistern at the door, plentj run- iniiewaer, ali.iut 500 keleet iriul trees and an Aaurcjs kind. of 1 r'lita I.. T. McllOllh UTS, Stanford re 4 miles south of Stanford ; . arre Alio .15 ut in cullnJtion, balanie 111 good Mmber, small h.'H-and plenty never failing and ood O, T. M an r, 4 c or.-h.1 n m ry acid dressings are used. H0BT- - PSjoNSLjj, Uealerlu.. 1 nuw-styl- o New Stanford Roller Mill To Be Sold nt Monday, August i Auction, -- On next County Court Day, t, IO, 1801. JHlaMA, MwffSySuKSir r, wiXvv 'viiiris y ifrfsiDlvs fEEiiiw,lfei ! "ti . WATCHES, CLOCKS AND MMl J&aTRcpairing '0. T III order to wind up thu present partnerhip, the New Stanford Roller Mill Co., locatid in Stanford, Ky., will put up and aurtbn oflT Its plant to the highest and best bidder The purchaser will tale all the stock on hands, fixtures and all grain that is bought and not de. Ilvereu, at cost. Terms cash lly order of the Hoard, J.W. 1IAYOK.V. Pres. '1 he mesciil man.iiremcnt will buy all wheat 44- offerwd at market price neatly and prompt ly done. (Stanford, Ky.) J. -- All Work Warranted. 1 Flue Watches a Specialty. V. will take old gold or silver in exchange lor goods. A. C.SINK MEXEFEK PORTMAN Stanford Lumber Yard, The best selected stock and lowest prices in HOUSE, Central Kentucky. Hi STANrOHD, KY JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, is now in my charge and 1 intend to conduct it no as to not only maintain its high reputation, but to add to Its long Hit ot friends. Special accommodations for commercial travelers and fine rooms for thedisploy of samples. LIDIRER, LATH, SASH, FLOORING, DOORS, CEILING, SIDING, SHINGLES, BLINDS, Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. We carry a full stock of everything found in a ll WOVEN or building. WERE A1TD SLAT PENCIL SINE & A 37-t- First-Clas- s Saloon -C FIRST designs JLSS LUMBER YAHD. and specifications before letting your contract Examine our MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. And IUI.LIAKD and TOOL KOOMS attached. JOSEPH COFFEY ram - O" i i?- - r11 5F .. HWlWltlM Lt Semi-Week- ly k V h I k i. M In h' K I The election went off with but little The through sleeping car service over the C , Lot on Main Street in Stanford Central Railroads between li & D and or no eflort to draw out or control the Cincinnati viaMichigan and Detroit and the Toledo iairr acres, Containing I 0 louisvitic MiwAi8ArSCitAeojKrja-TAT vote. So I think we ntc entitled to the island of Mackinac and the Northi rn Lake resorts has been resumed for the season These cars ermseasy. T R WALTON, Stanford. new constitution in this precinct if no lease Cincinnati every vening except Saturday, where else in the State, as we beat it at to o'clock, arriving at Mackinaw at 6 10 the "When not so paid $2.50 w'.H he charged next evening f.tir. Green Berry Bright has gono to For rates, tickets, etc , address any C, II, .V D. aeentorE O M Cormick irencr.il nassencerand And Middlesboro to buv Misses Lou and 'Jen ticket agent, Cincinnati, O K. L. LOCAL TIME CARD. nie Bright n hotiso and lot, and we learu ALL Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning POINTS Bucklen's Arnica Salve that he has bought one at $P,200. Jos. P. W GREEN, Proprietor And. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, it 5:10 p. m. Eunlenmn sold Thomas Wood some soies, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sorts, tetter, chapHE MOVED ON. -L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. hogs weighing M to 100 pounds at 3 nd ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin crup I have recently taken charge ot this well known lions and positively cures piles, or no pay requir Hotel and intend keeping it at its present high Ills night ltmver Didn't Show Up, link :?. Mrs. B. F. Kuglemnn took the pre- ed. It is guaranteed to givo perfect sattsfactioc, Mail train going North 11 ij pm Pullman Vestibulod RufTcl Sleepers and Pullstandard. Special attention given to th traveling " " ." Auntlier DM. South man Buffet Chair Cars on all trains through to 134pm mium on butter at the Danville Fair, or money refunded Price aj cents per box. public. Express train " South .. Chicago ithnut change. For sale by A R. Pentiv. Staiilnrd, Ky. 13 a m All o! a sudden the other day a sharp w (So via the Monon and get the Best for the least N0rtn 147 am nnd hIso at Lancaster Fair. This speaks First-Clas- s Local Freight North ,659 am looking man took his staud on tho cormoney. Kor information address Eloctrlc Bitters ' South- ner of Third avenue and Fourteenth loud for her and her Jersey cows. Jake This remedy is becoming so well known nnd so IAS. BARK F.R.G. P A.. Chicago The latter traim also carry passengers. s"Pm street and besan In connection Also W O CRUSH, I) P A , I oiiisvit'i to cry out as he dis and Jim B. Robinson are at home taking popular is to need no special mention All who The above is calculated on standard time. Solar the .ne soni; of Bitter mi,; played a lot of vials filled with a reddish iu the Danville Fair. Miss Liza Smith hav e used Electricmedicine docs not exist and it is Pool, time is about 20 minutes Tatter .IF VOf ARK GOING praise A purer and Billiard Parlors. liquid. began school here Monday last with a iruarantced to do all tint is claimed. Hlectrlc of the Liver and KidR "Hero is your certain remedy for house full of pupils. The prospect is Ilium will cure all diseases Boils, Salt llhetun and nevs, will remove Pimples, toothache! Til placo f00 in any bank good for a splendid school fall. Mrs. other affections caused by impute blood ill THK CASH ONLY. drive Malaria from the svstem and prevent as in New York and ajjreo to give it to any nil Malarial Fevers. Kuril cure of person whom I can't euro in one minute John Bright is about on foot again. G. well as cureConstipation and Indigestion try iilcc- - Finding that I can nut make a decent living bv Headache, humor by tho watch! Only twenty-fiv- e io all cents A. Swinebroad has just returned from trie Bitters lintirc satisfaction jfittmuueea or doing a credit bitsiuess, I have decided to making wagon huggy rclundeil 1'ricc in blood, for a certain remedy! Walk up and lay Tennessee with a larce flock of stock moneyPenny drug store 50c ami l per buttle of myrepairing for cah, and ami cash only By and far A It down your quarters before an unfeeling ewes. .Mrs. Susan Menefee sold loin paying cash vuii can cet work done cheaper a and well as avoid the humiliation of hav Ing sUlient policeman comes along and orders me Wood some hogs weighing 150 pounds AWonder Workor. presented every few weeks Mr Frank Huffman, a young muti of Burlingto move on." WALTKRIMKI.DS. at . Wednesday ns Mr. George ton, C , states that he had been under the care ol Louisville Turners Hie, Ky. Nabhviuc R. R. No one took the bait, and after a moused their came from Danville, a young lad two prominent physicians and get around. treatThey ment until he was not able to ment the man continued: pronounced his Is the line for )on, as its "Has any one in this crowd got tho of about IS, white, came nlong behind rable. He was case to be Consumption and Incupersuaded to try Dr. King's New s his spring wagon to the mouth of toothache? If so, and I can't stop it in Unlivery t r Consumption, Coughs and Colds the lane, when he seized one sack and at that lime wu not able to walk across had thirty seconds, I'll present him with this The most He found before he street without restljg hundred dollar bill. I am no fakir, containing about J bushel meal and ran used half ol a dollir ooitle that he was much betMake cloie cunne. lions at enjoving economical, I own the largest drug oil' with it at the top of his speed. ter, he continued to use it and Is gentlemen. Wc will deliver ice each rrornlaj as follows. good health. If you have any throat, lung or LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI 6tore in Bo3ton, and I am now out on Richard Withers was setting posts near chest trouble try it. 1 rial bottle free at A. R speedy, and For all my annual vacation. I mingle business by and was called by tne hideous yells Penny's drug store Under 50 Pounds 1A cents, over TIIKulM'.ll TICKF.TS pointsI) SOI effective of all by introducing a tooth with pleasure 50 and under 100" 1 cent, over Miles' Norvo and Liver Pllla DAGUAGK CliKKhll Ull'.OlCH blood-purifier- s. ache euro which is as standard ns gold of Mr. Eubank for help. He at once Acton a new principle regulating the liver, 100 Js of a cent. For any Inforiniti neti"ireof lwwels through the nerves Anew all over New England. Your drug saw what was up and started after thb stomach and Dr Miles' Pills speedily cure bilious, J A CAKPrNTrlt Agent, lad aud the meal, chasing him to the discovery. taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Or Btorcs here wouldn't handle it, aud so I Jitaof rJ Kv. M. F. ELK1N & CO., nesi, bad i PINN.Tnv Pass Agent am selling it 011 the street. I ask again, river at Drake's ford, where he lost sight L'neual;d for men, women, children. Smallest, will cure you. C tv, K rmMe-J Fifty doses 25 cents Samples surest has any one hero got tho toothache?" of him. Dick said if he had had on a free at A R. Penny's Ky. No one answered, and tho man wa pair of good shoes he could have caught looking nnxiously around when a bo him. I have heard of stealing all along A. S. irowded forward aud asked: ssv m the line, but this beats any I ever heard BGBi& SURGEOy DENTIST. iiVBtv) 'iW--.- - -- C "blister, do you want to hire a kid?" f of before, and I will give a new pair of Whn Baby was sick, wo garo her C&storlx "No, gentlemen, I am no fakir, but c Office on Main street, over W, II, McRoberts' Drug Store, Stanford, druggist who can show you fourteen shoes to any one that will catch him, to When sho was a Child, sho cried for Castorln. different preparations for alleviating the he may be ready for the next one. Tho When she became Miss, sho clung to Castorla. R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. sufferings of mankind," continued the lad was not starving himself, or he could When sho had Children, sho uTolhc'ta CastorU. man, paying no attention to the boy. not have carried the meal nnd made " 'Cause do kid DENTIST. did hiro to have such a race. Miss Bettie Spoonamore, Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, the toothache and come up and bo cured of Bueua Vista, is visiting Miss Sallie up stairs. Nitrous Oxide (..as given for painless has skipped de added the boy extracting. with great earnestness. "I am no secb Smith, of this place. S. Hubble returnSTANFORD, KENTUCKY. feller. For a quarter I'll have do tooth- ed from Pulaski, w here he went to get ache and bo cured all day long." some mules but did not buy, and reports Twetilv miles the Shortest ta SHELTON HOUSE Tho crowd set up a laugh and began them higher there than here. Broaddus He Oijtr You (i Jlemtdg to disperse, and tho sight of a policemac Armpstead is out again, after an attack srilei irnuret Sttfrty to D. A. TWADDLE, Proprietor, gave the fakir a valid excuse for shut- of fever for some Making direct counetti r.s m Central I'nioa de days. Mr. Ben Swope X'e of Hothtr anil Chlltt. jHlfor ting up shop and moving on. M. Quad - ' St I ouis, is spending a week or so with his sister Mu fcigaii Points, If "f Chicago, in New York Evening World. Detroit, Buttalo, Cleveland, in Boyle county now. All poultry will s llulianapul.s and the West, accommodations at reasonable rates. ' m v. Canada, Jlobt Confinement of its New England, Open day and night. Sample room and j;ood livery Why It Whs Cnllrtl 'l'oiitiin. be bought and sold here by the pound, I Mm m 3 . in connection I'aln, Horror andJiteU. m (ji 1 I One day last week, in a down town which is the only fair way of dealing in ft., J7sls.ii( lTti , V 'ssssssfsasfssssars Afteruslngonebottleof 'Mother' Crlrint" Wnslungton. restaurant, after the noon rush was over it. Baltimore, Philadelphia, sunrrt- -l but llttiijatu, and Ui.l not rzpertencu that ; (Jim kest time to HarrHlrurg, Fraukfort, Ky a darky sauntered in and commenced weakness afterward tuuvl In such cases. llrs. wiL..,..: j Kuhmond, MRdlMA Shorfst and Am.mk Oiot, Lamar, Mo.. Jan. isth, 1531. chatting with the waiters, whom ho Quickest line to express, Sent Having removed Situated in a beautiful valley on Dix River, about seemed to know. Under his arm he carIV kA ! ! price,! liy per Kittle.chargestoprepaid. on receiptor merciai tiotei, am my BarbertJ Shop to tte Com JO I Jlolbers malle.1 free, prbpared aciiminodate la miles east of Stanford, near the county road uuaui-ii:- l dies as well as gentlemen in anything tf'ey may itiu;t Li.vtoii ried a cigar box in which holes had been leading irom oosnen toiuc sianiuru ami wish lu my line tailor en aisi wattrii on l.aii a ATLANTA, OA. pike, ill be open for those seeking S OF LINCOLN COUNboii.l I rains, oaggags cars, sniokln cars and bored to admit air. n tue. s JLbSK THOMPSON, BOLD 1)Y ALL DUU(HltT3. pleasant aud healthful Summer Resort. TY: I am prepartnl to collect you taxes for 1891. Coarties. I'nllman llomlcir Mrtpcrs through with-- j t.f II- tel "Say, Jim, whut yo' got in dat box?"1 I have school tax to collect for 11 districts. accommodations will be furnished to guests out change via dial tali oga, liirmlnghaia, Mertj time. mskingdircv.tronncciii.nsrn route fur and. as the Springs hive been very recently open-k- , "Oh, yes, I mos' fergot dat I got ei Come prepared to pay all at one first to I hope will try to be the terms will be reasonable Among the mathat every settle DR. W. 13. !ian Asheville, Lynchburg and points in the ny amusements will be dancing, boating, fishing, 'possum in dare." with me or one of my deputies vu: RichanI M. etc. Carriages will meet guests at Rowland when Newlalid, Samuel 1 . Menefee. "Sho! Let's seo him." KssSalni XiSssSs. notified The season ol 1891 will open with a J. N MENEFEE. lrwoWV The darkys gathered around and Jim usAksTsrV At Cbatuuooga for Adanta, Columbus, Wilming SherilTof Lincoln Co. Orand Picnic June 19. Terms for board can be jrAKtSm jBSBy'i)ta-l",''MJ!,t n, C narlcsi'it), Augusta. Maivn, Savannah, had by addressing opened the box. which contained a young Oiuce South side Main street, in office recently Stanford, Ry. Br mswick. Lake Lit) I boiuasville and f I. OKI 25 J. F. COOK, Pror., vacated by Or, I. F Huffman, Stanford, Ky 'possum. DA points SALVE, HOMEOPATHIC Iheonvline runtiini; solid trains with choice "Dat ain't no 'possum. Dat's er dead il udair or Palace hlcvpjng Cars to DR. I.. R. COOK, Co. gray rat," exclaimed one of the onwithout change lor any class f passen gcrs or rl.igga,(e lookers. Cures cuts, .Selma anj .Mnnlgomer y, Hunisnlle, Decatur, OK STANFORD, KY.. "Whut yo' say? Datain't no 'possum! corns, bunions,bruises, old sores, skin diseases, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, piles, fistula, scratches, halter Florclii c Memphisand AltKANbAS points. STANFORD, KY. Guess yo' never seed er 'poaium." burns, dew poison and bruises Wherever it has Shoit and iuukest to Anmslon Selma, Mo Is now fully orgxniied and ready for business with bile Wucct connections made at NHW OR. been used it has given wonderful satisfaction and "Well, hit's dead." Residence Office over McRoberts' Drugstore I i.ANb without omnibus transfer for Galveston its propensity tor removing soreness is remarka VsUEdsVsssEBssBVsjBsslst "No 'taint dead, neether." ble. Numerous testimonials will be secured and James B Owens' property at the Junction ol HusHouit'D, Austin, Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. will appear in this space at a later date. Made tonvllle and Danville pikes "Then why don' hit move?" TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. and sold by 15,000. Surplus, "Look yere," said Jim, "if yere think The only through line to Jackson and Vicksburg, G GINS, Sta nfo rdJC y JNJJ Miss , Shrevep,rt La , making direct connections dat 'possum's dead, I got er dollar dat HOUSE, without omnibus transfer for Dallas Fort Worth, SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL says it ain't. Come, now." Austin San Antonia, El Paso and potntsin BANK OF STANFORD, F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, The other poked the little animal TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. (Now closing up) with the same assets and under about with his finger, but it lay to all For thro igh ratrs correct countv maos and tul Now is the time to lay in your fuel for the Win- London, - Kentucky. the same management. information call on Agent at Jutntion Cltr, Kv appearances dead as a doornail. ter at cheap rates. Send $aj to the By provisions of its chatter, depositors are as w sOOLLEY rARTIST, or address Trav UtANKAirt . Letinirton. K "All right, here's er dollar, an' I bet I have moved to my new Hotel and am better fully protected as aie depositors in National Pass Banks, its shareholders being held individually dat hit's clean gone dead." D Mil I ER, prepared than ever to accommodate the public D G IDWARDS, STANFORD, KENTUCKY, Laurel County Coal Association Good Livery attached and every convenience deliable to the extent of the amount of their slock I rath- Mancr, G P. A T A., The dollars were put up, and then Jim therein at the par value thereof, in addition to the Barber Shop on Main street, opHas a sired. Give me a call, Lincii.nati, O amount invented in such shares. It may act as pinched the little creature's tail, when FRANK RILEY. posite Portman House, and invites a share of your 7, Pittsburgh, executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as , and order a patronage rrompt attention tooutsiae cans and it wound its tail nbout his finger and At Bushel car Ky their best lumpFive Hundred (joo) coal on track of an individual. vvnr special attenimn to lauies ana cnilitrer at mines for prevent delivery This coal should To those who entrusted their buisiness to us Jim lifted it out of the box. done in the latest strle with neatness and dl M. CRAIG, patch. cost you a fraction over gHc on track at Stanford DR. .JOHN while mnaging the Lincoln National Bank of "How's dat fer er dead 'possum? It in car load lots. Stanford, w e we here tender our manv thanks and their business Homoopathlo Physician, "IL.TJK OUtV-Htruu they will continue to transact prompt atten- costs de gemman jes' one dollar ter find ItOUTJC." with us, offering as a guarantee for You's a city John B. Castleman. A. G. Liu ham - KENTUCKY. twenty years' experience in outerbout dat 'possum, Tho Shortest nnd Qulckost Kouttv from - tion to same, our STANFORD, nigger, yon is. Ebber hear 'bout phiyin' banking and as liberal accommodations as ari- conCentral Kontucky to nil polntn North to j p m ; 8 to isj to u a. m.; Ortice Hours: sistent with sound banking 'possum? Well, dat's why dey calls dis Enst, WoMt nnd South-Wea- t. Pan , 9 IJ. n 'possum, 'cause it plays 'possum and Llnobotwoon Loxlntfton nnd Cincindikkltohs: uttice oa Lancaster streei,oppoiics.-ouis-iiBueNewport News.V Mississippi Valley Co., "E. D. nati. looks dead, but it ain't." '); J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; Solid Veslibuled Trains to TIIKqUOIt TRAINS CINCINNATI TO MID After delivering himself of this little J.M.Uall.Staulord; DI.K.MIOKOLGH and JELLIC. Philadelphia lecture Jim put tho 'possum back in the J.S. Owslsy, Stanford; Baltimore, Now York, Stanford; SCHEDULE IN KFFECT MAY io,tS,t. S. J. Embry, box, the dollar in his pocket, and walked J.E Lynn, Stanford; out. Texas Siftings No. I. No. 3 All points East and Southeast. No j Interior Journal HUBBLE. THE O., H. Si D. Through Car to Mackinaw. FOB, SA1LEI io tMbllshod Kvery Tuesday and Fr day O LH-lWA.L-r'- W sxitw HYEHS HOUSE, WF.SW ITO1RTM w WEST 1 M Sample Room - FOR SCROFULA scrofulous ulcers, catarrh, consumption, FOR WORTH WEST, the horse-shoein- g, use En-ban- 31-i- & Ayer's Sarsaparilla safe, Engle-man'- to-d- ICE, ICE Stanford, I Double Daily Trains -- Has Cured Others PRICE, t, 1 , r imu& s M u tra-la-lu- THE Young Rowland, First-clas- Kentucky. "MOTHER'S FRIEND" IsssssBIjr -- MISZvMLh f n mt T 1 Bi r m -- - 1 COOK'S SFRXKT GS jic.ii.ii-rsvlll- e qui--e- t, First-clas- TA2E3 TAXES TOTAX-PAYEHtax-pay- er cs?3 I 1 c., NEW (ITOOIIANS, InC-rm- er PENNY, 3l-4- m Dentist. a,' 2hLC I . Farmers Bank& Trust UNS' , ico-o'- lIBfMH1 iillDH8li vVsssssssssH'IWX Grit-clas- Jack-tonwl- le --- oS-i- yr J 1 1 Farmers, Attention. THE RILEY i:. II. FARMER, TONSORIAL s - Kentucky Central R.R. - ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL, 1 , .... OLD KY. ROUTE Insurance Company, Washington, A. W. Carpenter, Millcdjeville; J. K llaughman, Hustonvllle; J. F. Cash, Stanford ; William Coach, Stanford, Ky. 5.H. Shanks, President J U. Owsley, Cashier W.M. Bright, Teller J. H.Baughmau, General B0.1V Keeper. iv FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. It Himself. Miss Summit (at the heaside) Mr. Travers, do hope you will boat the hop 13 AHBEE & CASTLEMAN tonight. We are short of gentlemen. Travers But you forget that 1 camo MANAGERS, unprepared have no dress suit. Mias Summit Why not telegraph to Commerce Building, Louisville. your roommate? Agents throughout the South. Travers (badly) That would bo useless. He is goiuj; to a dance himself. Clothier find Furnisher. W. A. TP.IB3LB, Ls:al Agent, WhiiKm! 1 1 Capita! Stock Surplus $200,000 6,500 1 t. Attention of the nubile is invited to the fact Stanford. that this is the only National Bank in Bank-AcUnder the provisions of the National the capital depositors are secured not only by stock, but by the stockholders' liability .for an amount equal to the stock, so that depositor of this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. Five sworn statements of theconditiou of the bank the United are made each year toare examined States governat stated times ment and Its assets y government agents, thus securing addititonaj . .and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as tne Deposit Bank of Stanford in 1838, then ,e ,li Vattnnal Hank ot Stanford in i$6 and the First National Bank of again uu puiii...!,)' uu uiim.v.-captciianiofu in 100, ears It is better supplied existence of with tacilitlesfortrausactiiit; business prompt acw y and liberally than ever before in us long aud fidutionorable career. Accounts of corporations, solic-1cd. ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully Out. "I like this dress very much," said Ethel. "It is just too delightfully tight. But where are the pockets?" "Hero they are," said the dressmaker, handing her two small bilken ua(rs. "You'll have to carry them in your hands. There's not room iu the dress for theui." Harper's Bazar. Crovvtloil STANFORD. KY. Dales' rcmJ 5tftVEJWin& ifffiaa WINES AND LIQUORS, Dealer iu Foreign Si - ('r-sJf-t- L Lost land found. ;i:,tf KSjs (r)itfZfr MJr vfouz VvvN 141irM.,m j) ed issmv ruranj WVflx nv; "h V-- T.J. i The Directory uf this Hank Foster, of Stanford; . is composed ol nnr hv r Forestus Rcid, Lincoln county J J W. Hayden, Stanford; S. 11. Haughman, Lincoln; M'J Miller, Mt Vernon; . s T. Harris, Lincoln; :k ' J. S. Ilocker Stanford; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. H,ill, Stanford; W. O. Welch, Stanford. W P. Tate, Stanford. m r ' 6 38 a m S H g IS a in 46 a m Stanford Catlettsburg 6 ae, Ashland 6 37. Olive II 111 t 10. Mt 7 00 a m Lve Lancaster . 7 so a m 3J3 Sterling 1037, Winchester 11 05 and arrives Lc Arr Richmond... a in lngt at la o; pm Serin & Ackcrman's and Milwaukee bottled Limited l.xpreis leaves HunMngton daily at 1 to Lve Richmond... p in beer, 314 Kast Jefferson street, bet Floyd and pm, CatleltsburK 1 39, Ashland 1 50, Olive Hill Arr Winchester. i I 46 p m 6 03 a m a mj 40 Steam bottled 3 01, Mt. Meiling 1 37, Winchcittr 4 33 and urrlves Arr Paris Preston, LOUISVILLE, KY .....,.. 7 33 p m 7 45 a m beer, warranted to keep sic rr.onths. My goods at I.exingtf 11 at 5 30 nm Lve will he found at the Portman House saloon and Accommodation, dally exrept Sunday, leaves Lve Lexiugton.. 2 00 p m 7 00 a m 3 45pm Paris a 4S P m 7 166m a m 4 as p m at Ferrill Bros , Rowland. Olive Hill 4 am. Mt. Sterling 6 jj. Winchester Lve Falmouth... 4 10 p m 9 51 a 3 7 13 and arrives at Lexington at 8 05 am. P Arr Covington... 5 40 p m 10 49 a in 5 3 p n m 637 m Acconnodation daily leaves Huntington at 6 33 Arr Cincinnati .. 3 JO p m 1055 a m 6 45 P iu 11m, .aiiettvnurg 057, Asuianu 7 10 aim arrives at Olive Hill S 55 pm. Except Sunday leaves Mt . .. On theMaysville Branch. v .n i...-Sterling at t ao pm, Winchester t 35 nnd amies a ; at 6.'3' P "' "fiving at ' Lexington at a 43 pm Maysvil e at 10 10, a m. and j,' m. No. 9 Limited Veslibuled Express runs daily and tas leaves Maysyillc at s a, a m, arriving at Pans at In the corporate limits 0 Rowland. Pullman Vestibuled Buffet Sleepers hetween Lou" leav" --Maysvillo at 1 30 and at 410.1. m.' Thasa trains ar. isville, Lexington, Washington, New York and arrives at 86 Old Point Comfort. This train Is made part of the aaiiy except Sunday. H.tJ. DARST, Rowland. No "cdallyto all points except Rowland Divis- ceicnratcu Ion, which is daily except Sunday. -0. 1 ninsdally Irom Lexinion tnCincinimd No, a runs daily East of Huntington on the C. A- O. Route Fast Mail Trains run daily except Sunday sruiis uailyfrom ul stations excent the . Lexington and Huntington. - Make direct .w.-.u.-,u .yvuiou, wnicn is Uaily except Sunday, No 3 daily except Sunday. I am well prepared to bore wells aud wili;do the connection at Huntington with C. A- O ; at Ash No 4 dally betueen Cincinnati and Lexington. land wnh S. V. R ; at Winchester with K. C It. work in a good manner and promptly Fast Mail leaves Lcsliigtnn daily at 715 am, Winchesters aj. Mt Sterling 7,Olhe It 111 so 10 Ashland 1) 15 pm, Catlettsburg ta i3, arriving at Huntington 1.50 pm Limltcil Express leaves Lexington daily at 6 15 pm, Winchester 700, Mt Sterling 7 30, Olive Hill I will deliver Lime at 15 Cents a Bushel In LanAshland 10 y Catlettsburg 10 4J, arming at caster, Stanford and the neighborhood. luntingtun at 11 07 pm Accoiunodation, daily, except Sunday, leaves I will also load on cars at Crab Orchard, Brick Lexington at 5 45 pin, Win'hestery 10, Ml &ter- at 75 cents a hundred. Givo me a chance. ling 7 4!. arriving at Olive Hill at 10 run FRED KUUEOER, Cral Orchard. aj6m Accommodation, dally except Sunday, leaves LfxiiiKton ut 11 40am, Winchester 11 v pm, Mt. Sterling 1 os pm Daily leave Olive Hill 643 am' Ashland 845 am, Catlettsbuig 9 ot, arrives Hunt ington 9 33 am, Persons are hereby forbidden to fish in my lake, West of Wayneslur, under the penalties prescribed for such trespass JAM lis McWHORTKR, Yosemite, Ky 39.3m a miles Only one night out Irom Lexington, Corrected Time Card in Effect Ma) tl, 1S01 South-Boun- Ex Sun. a m a m a m( a ml p ni' a m p in p m P m P m p m P m P m a 8 i) 10 11 Daily Ex. Sun. JStiHt Jtouiui. Lve Lve Lve Arr LIME AND BRICK. Arr Arr Arr Arr Arr Arr Lve Lve Lve Covington.... Falmouth... . 9 4 Paris II 13 Lexington Paris ri S3 Winchester.- - a 10 Richmond... r 35 Lancaster.... 4 43 Stanford. .... 3 so Richmond . 3S Livington. 3 15 Middlesboro 7 35 1 . d. Cincinnati... 8 ra 8 18 00 p m 3 00 p m o3 p in 3 06 p ra 16 p m 4 3 P m 13 p m 6 lop ig 09 p in 7 cm n ra ""lS 1 ra 0 50 p n 7 JS P a North-Boun- No. No. No.. Domestic Richmond..., ta Fast Mail leaves Huntington dally at 600 am, Arr Lve AV.'Ht 3!otnu1- - Lve Middlesboro Lve Livingston.,, it iotj For Sale I Twenty Building Lots " !.... rN' WEI.X, BORX3KTG F. F. V. W4f1' ". 1 sWj'f TV' I Nervous Prostration, At One Dollar a Foot. Call on or address me ' OFFKLRS. J.S.HocVer, Preside it; John J. McRobsrts, Cashier; A. A. McKnne) Assistant Cashier L. T. SMITH. 34 tt Sleenlessness.Slck and Nenwis Headache, Uackache, Dizziness, Jlorbid Fears, Hot FJashes.Nervous I)yspepsia,T)ulhK'SB, Contusion, Hysteria, Fits, St Vitus Dance, I have finished my new Saw Mill on the SomerOpium Habit, Drunkenness, etc., are cured pike, miles Irom She (on the piazza afc evening) What by Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine. It set furnish 7 any kind Stanford nnd am prepared to of LUMBER, SHINGLES. an awfully large chair! I really feel lost does not contain auY oplate3. Trial bot- Ac, at LOWEST PRICKS. I will sell the lutn. tle aud flno books FREE at druggists. berat the mill or deliver, to suit purchasers. Give in it. MAYWOOD, KY He H'uil Well, if you'll let mo fcuvo Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Indiana. me a trial. PvsstotHce. chestnut shingles at Stan I will deliver sawed TIUAL BOITLE FIIER. lord or Rowland pt ft 1$ pcrM. the other half of if I gue&j I can .lud y A. R. PENNY, Druggist, Slan'crd, Ky. A.B.BASTIN you. Texas Siftings, at Stanford, Kentucky. Bastin's Sw Mill. R. north aud south bound, and at Lexiugton with L. & N , L. S and C , N. O. A-- T. P. Railroads. Lexington and Olive Hill Accommodation daily. except Sunday. Connects at Winchester to and from K. C points and at Lexingtor. with L. A' N. R. R. for Louisville. Lexington nnd Mt. Sterling Accommodation runs dally except Sundny, and makes direct connection at Winchester to and from Mlddleslior-oug- h ami Richmond, aud at Lexington with L. S. Ky, for Louisville. For full information in regard to rates, routes, Ac , apply to any agent of this or connecting lines 4J-- NO 41 Paris .nit I.ln(r.n Arfnmntf,t ...'nM .l- -t ly Leaves Lexington 10.00 a. m. Arrives Paris in S3 a iti No 8 Falmouth Acenmmnclntinn! lfnvn rln.ln natl 5 10 p m Arrives Falmouth 7 05 p m dally except Sunday, No. 7 Leaves Falmouth 6 00 a in. Arrives Cincinnati 7 55 a m daily except Sunday, rvo. a ami oinake connections at Winchester for poinia on me , N. at SI V. K'y, n. D. "P.: 7 carries through cars from Cincinnati to Mlddlesborouch and Cuinbrlanil riinniil ill I.. termedlate stations and runs daily, W. L MUNSON. Trav, Pais. Agt., Cincinnati. Vl E. HUNTINGTON, C. L. BROWN, S. R. KNOTT, C. P ATMORK, V P. uod G M , G P A., Trafiic Manager. Gen, Pass. Agt, Lexington, Ky. Genural office. Louisville. Ifv W. S. HARRISON. S. r, B. MORSE. Gen'l G.W.UARNEY, All,, CM., Lexington, Ky. T P.A.,Ashland, Ky Office Chamber ol Commerce Uuildlng.Cinclnnat ntrt'r 1'