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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892053101 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 1892 $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 Weekly Interior VOL. XX. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. , Journal NO. 27 STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. MAY 31. 1892. DANVILLE. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. CHURCH AFFAIRS. r v W K . Mr, Win. Wntvra ha returned from Lancaster has at last decided to have The Methodist Protestant General The king and iueen of Denmark lie has liad employ celebrattd tlieir gohlen wedding Thurs- Conference hna stricken "obey" from tho fair, on tlio 13th ntid lrtth of Indiatinpalls. wii-twent in n railroad ollico. marriage service. June. day in royal style. MY ENTIRE STOCK AT Mr A. E. Hundley will in about a About 20 couples of our young folks The Southern Presbyterian General Tin Wedding. Mr. and Mrs. G. 13. weok"begin the erection of n new enjoyed a picnic at Camp Nelson, Decor Cooper will celebrate the 10th anniversa- Assembly, at Hot Sprinus, Ark., decided dunce at tlio same place on tlio Stanford ry of their marriage at tlieir home to- - that unfermented and not fermented Day. grape juice is the proper wine for use in Itev. Lynch, of D.uivllle, will preach pike where two others have burned dnv the Haccal aureate eermon next Sunday down, Near Columbus, Iud., Ctipgie Burns, administering ilie Lord's Supper. Those needing adjusted Watches can get the following movements ' ' Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Robertson, of aged 33 years, reversed The marriage of Mrs. Laura A Da- - at prices stated: 13. W. Raymond s 16; Ao. evening at tlio Presbyterian chinch. the usual order 50 Elgin S20; No. 86 The Lancaster Cornet Hand v, 111 Maysville, are visiting friends and rela- of thing by shooting John Tolin, aged vault, a young missionary supported by g20. John C. Duber $14, Hampden; John C. Duber special tive a strawberry nupper Wednesday tives in Danville. Mies Itoberta Urown, 22, when he refused to marry her, when Broadway Btptist church, to Kev. James j , Hampden. Other ements in proportion. All work neatlv ovenlugat the Maeon Hotel. All are' of Memphis, Teiin., is vloittnie Mrs. A. she asserted her privilege ofjE Bear, a missionary of the Southern and promptly done. Call and see me. ROBT. FENZHL.H S. Kobertson, Jr. Presbyterian church, was celebrated In invited to attend. asking hhn to. Hov. J. W. Lynch, of this place, has Texas .Slftings says the reason why, At Chattanooga, Judge Moore acted the Baptist chapel at Chinkiang, China, the Chinese are excluded from this conn consented to preach for Dr. Dickson, on 111 divorce applicants in loO minutes, April 22. Mrs. Bear will most probably try is, if they were allowed to come, the- celebrated lUptist divine of New granting 17, dismissing S2 and continu- cease to be a missionary for the Souththere would bo danger of tlieir getting! York City during the month of July, ing 12. The judge doesn't seem' to ern Baptists aud will he enrolled among into American politics and that would He will have no other pastoral work to think marriage such a failure as the un- those of the Southern Presbyterians. i0C.-Our stock of. happy couples do. unfit them for the Kingdom of Heaven, The ca" of Mr. Vowelle, of Junction Rev. George O. BarneB is back in Robert McCreary, the son of Tlie press generally has given some very timely suggestion's to the Kentucky Uity, who U thought to have unlawfully Jauirs.B. McCreary, who tins been in his Stanford home, after a long sojourn d'rectors of the Columbian Exposition Rl bevr In Boyle county in quantities Washington all winter with his parents, in Europe. Asa souvenir of his trip, ' 10 gallons, will come up for Is soon to be married to Miss Aepinwnll, Mr. Barnes brings back with him a debt by advUlng them that whatiH wanted is jo' wo have now and not what wo hod """Judication before Judge McFerrau to of New York, whom he met in Wash- of $1,000, contracted while abroad, and what which he is willing for his friends to ington. U'xinuton Gazette. We have. whenHoono and Kenton were killing morrow, Tuesday, -- Mr aettle. In tile matter of saving souls, of Junction Sampson, A remarkable reunion occurred at buffaloes and lighting Indians. in the wag-- One of the glorious privileges of hv- - City, the brakemau who win killed at Arcadia, Kas., Friday, when Moses and Mr. Barnes is a wheel-hor"' Wilmore, Thursday evening, was an f Isaac Martz, twin brothers, aged SO, and on, but ho doesn't know anything more Ing in a free country such as this is that being permitted to spend about ?60 n portant witness in the easel of Ward their wives, who were twin sisters, aged about money than a country editor. n'1'1 , charged with killing George 75, celebrated their wedding anniversa- Crosses appear to have been more plenyear in attending conventions, to make w tiful than $1.20 crowns with the great 1 t Junction City. ry. Fifty brothers, sisters, n noise over political aspirants, who nei-- ! ami .".it dames i Alien, oi mis piace, were preacher while in England; but if Mr. In plain, plaited, puff and neglige. The best stock of Summer Un- ther know nor care u straw for those who Barnes will have a guxrdian appointed preached at Caldwell's church Sunday present. have been the loudest iu soundlmr their derwear in town. Scriven's Elastic Seam Drawers are the best. , and not lean on the ,,,orll'nf lectured ot Walker's Chapel on The man who attempts the role of a for his pocket-hookpraises. Lord quite so heavily for support, he subject of prayer and preached again peacemaker between a man and his wife It has been asierted by scientists Cumberland Presbyterian church generally gets the worst of it. Jerry can still do ureat work, both for himself of the sun has been dlniln that the heat at lrksville all the same day. Woodard ami wife were lighting at Sod- and his Master, iu this world. Glasgow ishing of Ute vears. and this would seem A bae bull game at Harrodsbtirg, om, Ind., when Thomas Craig interfer- - Times. to be confirmed by the weather during' Rev. George O. Barnes tells us that j C :llars, Cuffs and Half Hose. We have added a line of the present year. It might be well for Saturday, between the Danville and red. Both turned on the peacemaker 1.:.. ..,...!.,.. ...i.:i. uuc .. 1.. du 111 uin iiivcuuKn, 1111,11 Congress to appoint a committee to in Harrodsburg dubs, was won after ten and the woman striking him on the head structive aud comforting fiu.cti been so, and ' innings by the Danvilles. At the ninth with a poker, laid him out to cool. vesicate the matter, with power to send greatly enjoyed by tho crowds which . 'lioii the best of . ,H,,iK lllur for persons and papers. have ilooked 40 hear the Word ho elo- KINGSVILLE. Tho Christian Workers' convention, the Danville players "look the bat" quently spoken, will he brought to al at Lancaster, was a very successful elding the game by 0 to 4. While leading a horse a few days close Wednesday. He gave way last All new and the latest styles. Remember that Thomas Emmerson's At a meeting of Uie Boyle County meeting. At tho opening session Elder ago Mr. C. J. B.iker received a painful niKiu ior uie lecture 01 ins near mono, Sons' Shoes are the best. IJible Society, Sunday evening, after the Preston Bell Hall delivered u lecture on ' wound by the horse stepping ton his Rev. George W. Dunlap, and Japan Hnd Japanes- -, which was iuite conclusion of routine businee- - there foot, from which he is likely to be laid will deliver the first of his Szi entertaining. On Thursday Elder J. S. were addresses by Hevs. P. A. Sowell, up for a few days. lectures, closing the meeting with Methodist; J. W. Lynch, Baptist; C. B. Kendrlck, of Danville, delivered one on .Misses "Susie" Reynolds ar.d Vitu-l- a the second at 3 i m. Wednesday, botli the subject of The Church, School and H. Martin, Presbyterian. Ollicors elect-Te- xt Francis, of Lexiuuton, are visiting free. Thursday he, his wife and Misses ed for next year wore: J. H. Otter, Book, which was ably their parents here. Mrs. W. L. McCar-t- y Marie and Georeie will go to Danville to presidents of the various E. V. Spl- - Meiit. vie of True Liberty, by leftSaturdiy morning for a visit of a spend a day or two with friends, leaving cer. of Dauville. The meeting closed churches; secretary, B. J. Durham; few weeks to relatives at Williamaburg. there Saturday for Somerset, where he evening with a lompo'rance ser- - "i'r, J. A. Qukenborry; depository, W. Miss Bettie Creighton is on the sick will begin a meeting that night, to conB. Holmes. inon "by Eider Goodioe, of Harrods- -' list. tinue two weeks. After that he will go Mrs. Mary E. Buster, mother of Mr. bury, Born, to the wife of Rainy Floyd, to Lancaster, beginniniron the 13th and I. Buster, of this county, died at the Walker Tevis. of Kirksville, was on the 27th, a boy. To tho wife of Tip- closing 011 tho 2iith, ami in response to has returned residence of her son after a long illuev, ton Sims on the 2Sth, a boy. W. D. here Saturday. Dr. ltogcrs tho invitation of Mr. D. G. Slaughter, Has a Complete Stock of to Indiana. Kev. Goodioe and dainrh- in her 00th year. She was a native of Gibson is rejoicing over the birth of will go next day to Green Briar Springs, Mrs. Lackey laH week. Mif-s-, Wayne county and for many years a twins in his family, both boys. Wo can where lie will hold a two weeks' meetter visited Bettie Anderson has returned from Cln-- , member of the Christian church. Miss, bank on Kni'.MVillo having a democratic ing : cinnati. Miss Juliette Gill lias returned Nannie B. Smith, daughter of Kev. John J majority in the future. DEATH'S DOINGS. from a visit to her aunt. Mrs. Dr. Elkin, - Smith, of tho Baptist rhureh, died Misses Airnesand Gertie Peunvback- , in Atlanta. Miss Mollie Smith has re-- inursuny iiioniuig in a ociook, alter a nr xnlertnini'il n Iiuv nf tlieir fripnila nt Mr. George Vaughn passed peaceWALL Klehmond. Miss four months' iilnaa of consutnptioi. turned to her homo in the Penuybacker Hotel Saturday night. fully away at 5 a. m., Sunday, after a The democrats in this county and Nellie Dillon is vhjitln: in Stanfoid. Music, dancing and refreshments were long illness of Bright's disease and other Robert Dunn, of Danville, was here Mercer are much dissatisfied over the the order of the evening. Every one complications, aged 07. Ho was perfectWill Dunlap is here this Iron clad combination formed between enjoyed himself and went away thank- ly conscious to the last aud talked of Sunday. Mndison and Shelby counties in the race ing tho young la lies for their hospital- death as calmly as if it were only .a short utlc ctiquett is some for delegate to the Chicago convention ity. ' A word on church and pleasant journey. Ho was perfecttimes timely. There are those whogolato from tln district, and which reulted in Near Yosemito, last Thursday, as ly satisfied to go and made every prepa in order to create a sensation when they the defeat of Hon. F. I). Spotswood. The train No. 3) ou the O. k,G. R. road was ration, even sending to town the evening enter. Thev aro usually succafcsful in candidate from this county, Mr. C. H. en route to this place, a cow attempted before for the suit of clothes to be buried this respect, and if they only knew the nodes, wn. alone able to break the to cross the track in front of the engine in. He was a gold mau in every resthorns wlift meditations they bination after it hud nearly accomplish-disturnear a trestle and was run down and pect and having lived an upright and Tho vote on tho lust bal-tthey would bo convinced as cd his caught 011 the trestle, disemboweling moral life, ho pacd to the great untheir success as sensationalists. Whis.j lot stood as follows: For Rodes-- An her, aud a livim calf fell through tho known without fear and without a mur 1 II' I M 1 I r.u penngnnd comment on the discourse derson 3, Boyle 5, Garrard A, Jussamine trestle about 12 feet to the ground below, imir. Ills wife, who was a Mits . Lincoln 0, Mercer 7 and Rockcastle 3, during tho service aro both improper. survives Him an I iu tlio lm of where it was picked up by the trainmen and for Anderson 3, Bows and smiles, as well as conversation Wl 38. For Polgmird is now living and dolm: well. The him, to whom she had been a faithful aud leaving the church, are Jackson 2, Madison 11, Shelby V and train was thrown trom the track and did and loving wife, she liai the sympathy upon entering or C&Atnrla cures Colic, Constipation, " C s t o rl a Is so well adapted to children that out of place, and so is gathering around Spencer A, total 20. Sour Stomach, Diarrha-a- . Kruetation, not arrive here thai day. Tho passen- of all, especially of those who know I recommend It iu superior to any prescription Kills Worms, gives bWp, and promotes dlBoylu County Sundav-schoo- l In the H. A. Aitcurn, M. D., the doors for common gossip, staring at known to me." gers and trainmen escaped without in what it is t j suii'jr tha taking away of a pest ion, Convention, at larksviHe, last Saturday, Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, K, Y. I VTIthuut lujurlous medication. people in they go in and out. two child dear life companion. Their jury. Mr. J. W. Bawling delivered the Tub Cc.vricn Compant, 77 Murray Street, N. T ren, Mrs. A. M. Pence and Mrs. W. A of welcome which was responded THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. Hail, were with their father in his lsst to by Elder James L. Allen. Elder J. S. whicli issmie comfort to them. Mr. Pettit's bill to abolish the oiilce Kondrick, Rev. P. A. Sowell, Rev. Sherman Price, who has been in jail hours, J. M. Mr. Vaughn has twj sisters living, Mrs. of the Land Oillee ought to Worrell, D. 1)., and Mr. W. C. of register Grinstead hero several weeks on a bench warrant receivo serious consideration. It lias piesontcd the subjects assigned them, for forgery, from the Pulaski cirifuit II. J. Darst and Mrs. Ed Davison. Hie A. C. SINE J N. MF.NF.FKI funeral sermon was preached at Goshen long been u sinecure. which were frvoly discussed by various court, .was ttnted to Somerset this yesterday afternoon by Kev. J. G. Speaker Moore was robbed of $13 at members of the convention. W. B. moriilm: by Deputy Sheritr Log.in Sharp and the retinitis interred in the 30for the three Holmes was chosen Louisville, but as he got president, W. L. and !". B. Sweeney. old Duddorar Burying Ground. convention, he Caldwoll days he attended the From Mr. Lipe it is learned that the I2ST and C. C. Pox camo out ahead, as the other $16 paid all secretary for the ensuing year. A largu Cicnrean operation was performed at P. Hill was A monument to Gen. A. ordinary espouses tlie train .. ... .. nave iuuuu .i.. number of Sunday school superintend- - Yosemito bybelonging on a cow ready to unveiled at Kiehmond, Va , yesterday mnv llllla iln, ., . ,. .Mr. mill Claims 10 to Mr. Mcintosh, with imposing ceremonies. drop a calf, n.nrii , Jho increase of 5GOO m the pay 'of circuit tho train cutting her in two. Tho calf at ,ltwre8t WM Inanlf(,8t0ll Uu The Legislative Appropriation bill, judges and other otllcers by a late leg.s- - ,)rom.(lingg An ovgaat ,,inner WM last accounts is said to be alivo and do- a reported by committee, abolishes the Rouh and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Brackets laturo was not uuu m ' aprumi 0l tho Kroumi9 IU,j Jn tlli!j tho ing well. clerks of 0!) senators. The bill is for no wants 1110 law eei usme. way anil superintendents, teachers and the entire J22,:S2,7o2, over a million lets than tlio and Verandah Work. The poker rooms at tho Gibson "It is tho concensus of public opin- multitude assembled likewise manifestestimates. ion, as shown through tho press, that ed tho greatest interest. And there were House, Cincinnati, which aro well Kev. Sheldon Jackson and a consta tho Legislature is a failure and I believe no fishes and no 12 hasketsful of frag- known to some of our citizens, were ble were attacked and killed, while The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. ho too. Wo havo made a monumental ments gathered together after the feast. raided Saturday night and all the cards, asleep in Alaska, by Indians, who had chips, Ac. captured. iThore were 2'2 - - display of ourjneapacity to do anytbiug, for smuggling liquor and Olllce men in the room at tho time and all been arretted and tho sooner wo got awav the better." An everyday soldier is walking proudhad escaped. Senator Mulligau. Tho senator ouyht ly down the street, arm in arm with ids Uwero plaeed oehind the bars, moat of and not able to to know. He's there. young woman, when ho runs suddenly rthem being strangers give bond. togeth- against his sergeant. Ho introduced Unless it is a game of stand his The Puducah Standard says that the er, our representative, lion. D. B. Kdmis-tou- , girl very respectfully to his superior ofgrave of Hon. Lynn Boyd, wlm died 3:1 Is exceedingly highly thought of by ficer: "My sister, sergeant." "That's the legislators. We met a largo num- all right my boy; she used to be mine', years ago, was opened last week and when tho gl.is over his face was reachber of them at tho Louisvillo Conven- too." nfcr:T7iKifi 1 1 vt-ed tho features of tlie dead statesman tion, and each 0110 took occasion to say THE BEST "Mary," said the mistress to tlio were found to be in a perfect state of that though quiet and unobtrusive, he of tho hardest workers and most housemaid, ''I don't caro whether you preservation and tho countenance lifewoa ono efllcient men Iu tlio House. Old Dr. do any sweeping to day or not, but you like. RiftTSjJIS Seven convicts escaped from the Woods, of Warren, may his tribe in must hang those new rugs out of tho j wiudows, so that the neighbors will see Mississippi penitentiary. They were crease, says that Davo is ono of tlio best pursued and ouo was killed, another famen ho ever know and that ho stands them." New York Press. anytiiing and everytally wounded and a third dangerously ready to indorse The story of a luzv school boy who shot and tho others slightly wounded. Cheapest The thing ho does. spelled Andrew Jackson 'fcru Jaxn," All were returned to prison. )ias been equaled by a student who Tho Fort Hamiltou Handicap, worth Tho towns of Hollondel, Bed Fork wished to mark half a dozen new shirts. Grayesend by St. more space than any Paint mixLION PAINT will cover one-hal- f and Pendleton, ArR., have been Bwept Ho marked tho first "John Jones" aud 510,000, was won at .. n:... !i uu- ti.i Floriau by a head from Lamplighter, ed by hand and is guaranteed to give satisfaction. Accept no substiawav uy tlie noon anu unitui, uuj tho rest "Do." who was a head before Fidelio, third. Good Agents wanted. Manufactured by "tfHMnted. Plantations have been ruin A Cream of Tart r Baking I'owder llitthckt ol tute. Mr. Harrison is being guarded by a John I. VanArsdell w;n nominated nil in leavening strength. L itctt United State cd and the reports of suffering have not LION PAINT & COLOR WORKS, LEXIN.GTON, KY., , Government rood Report. Tho Arkansas river corps of detectives during his stay it for sheritr by the democrats of Mercer lyeen exaggerated ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO . A. R. Penny, Druggist, Agent, Stanford, Ky. 106 Wall tret, New York, ltochester, N. Y. by 1500 majority. Is still rising. n Ktock o NOW IS YOUR CHANCE. resi-ati- on REDUCED RATES. i J i i?jn leap-yea- r j ! I YOU SHOULD SEE - J. ex-Go- v. I Gents' Furnishing Goods. j Jes , se Im-o- EVERYTHIN G IN SHIRTS, grand-childre- n ' -- , ' ELEGMT LIRE NECKWEER, jj c i... 1 vAT u j "-'- do-hel- J d ; j J ; ht ' Anglo-Israel-iti- sh j B"V"EE;A.ISrOE SON". pres-Enemi- I.BJcRDBERTS, tress-Frida- y ; Druggist and Jeweler, - ' '- DRUGS BOOKS, PANTS PAPER, i : j b, o Dud-dera- r, ta W : 1 ....&. ("t f 1 Infants 1 ' Children. - 1 1 J ad-dre- 1 Living-Gibso- n SINE & MENEFEE, vice-preside- nt DSALBBS 1 . 1 1 .. j msl ,., SSSSL DOORS WOVEN WIB,E ESP BLIEDS. K ASTD SLAT FE1TCE. Stanford, Ky. j j and Yard Depot Street, flLON PIS NT n rET Best is the 'y POWDER 1 1 4 Absolutely Pure :M & -- v t- - JAvf.j K'-- r Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouml Ky., STANFORD, May 31, 1892 W. P. WALTON. THE jt JUL PEOPLE'S CHOICE. ' -- M ts 4 The jolly genius of the Louisville Truth, Ben H. Ridgely, is a versatile individual, liesides tilling hin paper weekly with scintillating bits of wit, wisdom and sarcasm, he acted us ring great master last week for moral circus and entertained as no other ringmaster ever did. Tho circus was Editor You.vg, of the Louisville Post, gotten up for charity's sake and was a now makes the suuo demand of Senator howling success. Hill that E iitor WattersQti did in a famous letter a year or two ago, to rise to The Louisville Commercial, in both the demand of the occasiou, withdraw its daily and weekly editions, is a capi-t- il from the presidential contest and accord newspaper, giving the news of the of the day and to Cleveland, thechoice of 0 other interesting matter in conpeople, his unqualified support. This is cise and readable shapa. The weekly, a cood advic- - now and was when Mr. lanre S column uuarto. will bo sent from Watterson gave it, but Hill is not m'y now till Jan. 1. 1S93. for 23 cents. See enough to take it. He would prefer to notice elsewhere in this paper. sje the uiMues; r.ilicl in the country Delegates to tho Chicago convention elected president to th man who overshadows him in every way the honest from Kentucky figure that the trip will cost them S300 each. As there are five and irreproachable Grover Cleveland. editors in the delegation and all of them The Nevada democrats are a sweet; run country papers hut one, the hat FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. get. There are not many of them but will have to be handed around before D. N. Prewitt has handled over they want to rule or ruin. They declare Borne of them get back. platform that if the National lambs this year. in their Judge Durham did not hesitate to A. S. Myers bought of T. L. Shel-o- n Convention nominates a candidate op posed to free silver coinage, they will be j denounce from his chair in the convena banters pony for $0o. P. V. Green bought of Albert Sevabsolved from any obligation to sup tion the ruling that made Wattersou a is but a delegate at large. He declared it both erance a blind horse for SoO. port such nominee. As there D. II. Logan sold to a Cairo, III., handful of democrats in Nevada, and arbitrary and unjust. poor ones it seemp, it ia possithey are parly a saddle mare forS200. NEWSY NOTES. v. II. Higgins bought of Hon. G. ble that the party will not permit them Twelve negroes were drowned in A. Lackey a rockaway hoise for $135. to diclnte its financial policy, especially since the electoral vDte of that puny Arkansas by the overturning of a skill. G. B. Harnett sold to r. N. Prewitt George Scott, convicted of ruining his lambs for July 1 delivery at o'c. State always go?s in the republican col- and murdering his own sister, was hang- Scroggin Bros, sold tlie famous --' utnn. tsd at Honderson, Texas. colt, King Lee, at Louisville, . year-olLiiEuiaiu? Tll(J 17tlj annual meeting of the "for $7,000. IS legion, lor lit; ia uue ui iim K'cuicai, " American Association of Nurserymen George Givens bought of Hunn & not the greatest man in the United States, occurs at Atlanta June 110. old fat cattle Blain a lot of 2 and claim that his recent withdrawal of his John Dunnegan, a white black- at st to cents. name as a wesidential possibility, had smith, fatally shot Jim Nave, a negro, A. M. Pence's great stallion, Pence, h string to it and that he will not de-- 1 over some work, at Lawreuceburg. has been entered in the race lor the cline the almost unanimous nomination A school teacher at Lebanon, O., championship of Illinois. that he will receive. Their ticket is ' whipped a boy and his father attacked ILL Wells bought of J. S. Owsley Blaine and Lincoln and we must confess him for it when the teacher killed him. a pair of 2 year-olmules for $225 and it is a powerful team, which can be pair for $200. Hop Lee, the Chinese laundrvman, of John Logan a dawned onlv bv the man who beat the took out papers here B. D. Holtzclaw bought of Johu C. plumed knight in 1S34 and some good Tuesdav in the name of Soo Hoo Tan. Hill, a lot of fat heifers at 2 cents and western man as running mate. Paris Kentuckian. of John Stephenson a joke of oxen for .Mississ- $02. .Memphis paper says Senator "sffeii, the whiskered ippi A cutting a new channel the is on the ArV. T. Williams bought of Thos. fro-JKansas, has presented a humbug kansas side, just above .Memphis, and Meltobertp, for Lougheridge, of Lexingbill to establish government loan offices ton.. 30.000 pounds new hemp at $4.25. all over the couutry, t) lend money to threatens to leave tho city entirely. A convention of negroes has been Advocate, the people, just as such business is now called to meet in Lexington, June 21 to William .Moreland bought of various done by "responsible and of ho,? at 3 to 4 cents take measures to have tho Separate parties a real estate and loan agencies." The bill bull Feland a Coach bill declared unconstitutional. and of A. M. prohibits banks or corporations from At Hindtnan, the Kilott county at 2 cents. or rpceivinv: mora than 5 tier . ews says u. The Anderson cent, interest or 4 per cent, where tho ,:uu'uuuw J"" a resiueuctj uuu uum wer "u-'by incendiaries in order to .Mont joy got 710 pounds of wool from 7l loan extends over a year. Tho senator it to s.iv his whis- - destroy the court records, but they were sheet), an average 01 9J pounds. The a -t ..mn-t- hat saved. heaviest lleece weighed 17. kers are great in length. m limn uiu ucAb low nucrto uu utcnii It is estimated that in the United Silver Coinage bill went over' cable 2.10o miles long will be laid be-i- n States there are 2,S00,000 hives, belongThe Free the Senate till to day. As Senator tween Senegal, Africa and rernambuco, ing to 70,000 rearers and producing pounds of honey yearly. Hill could not get out of the ball last Brazil, by the British steamship Silver-towenough when tho talk of taking it up John Pope bought of James Smith Billy Bowling killed Harry Dent, 18 acres of land adjoining his farm on was being made, it's dollars to dough-nut- s manage to dodge a vote another sport, in the house of prostitu- Logan's Creek at $35. He also bought a he will Grover Clevetion kept by Carrie Martin, in Louis- couplo of horses for $100 and $135. when the issue comes. William Moreland shipped to Cinland was not afraid to express himself ville, over the possession of her false of hogs, for against free coinage and to give good smiles. cinnati yesterday a of and a a states-mt- n Seven ballots were taken in the Rereasom for it, but then he is which he paid 3 to 4c, politician. publican National Convention in 1S70, butcher cattle he paid 2 to 3c for. and not a mere SO in 1SS0, four in 18S4 and eight in 1SSS. During tho violent thunder storm Gen. Eita Hu.nton has beenappointed It looks now as if there will be but one which passed over Christian county, 17 TJ. S. Sdttator from Virginia to All the va- in 1S92 head of sheep belonging to G. V. cancy occasioned by the death of Senator J. D. D. Smith, of Rockford, 111., were struck by lightning and killBarbour. He is a Confederate brigadier, whoso wife became infatuated with the ed' haviug been promoted from colonel t bogus Christ, Schweinfurth, committed W. II. Graham sold lib magnLlcent brigadier general for gallant service on suicide by jumping off a bridgo farm of oCS acres, on the Russell Cave the battlefield at Gettysburg. He has on Tuesday. pike, six miles from Lexington, to .Mr. - ... .1 mrcu vcnuo i.i PtiifTPuca itrwl trnQ iu v..0.v w,lmnSnn. a brakeman on the Joe Clark, of Pearson & Clark, for $100 Berveu in Cincinnati Southern, slipped fi 0111 n member of tho electoral commi-sio- n the an acre. Be1377. Gov. McKinnoy could hardly have top of his train at Wilmore and was liter The trotting turf is booming. made a better selection. ally ground to pieces. He was married tween Jan. 1 and April 1, 1SS2, tho total and had one little child. amount of trotting'.stakes was only Tknnkbskb democrats are unanimous The Harrodaburg Democrat says: whilo between tlie same dates in for Cleveland and seut a delegation to "Wattorson goes to Chicago by an un- 1S92 they figured up close to $300,000. Chicago instructed to vote for him as fair, indirect and unparliamentary meth- The total amount of trotting stakes- for long as his name Is belore the conven- od of eolection and he goes to misrepreISO", which have been announced- and tion. Kentucky would havo done the sent the people of his State." not vet decided, is close to $SOO,000. To Wntter&on willed faamo thing, but Bps. tho regular -- Ainslie, Cochran & Co., foundery-meunn- d this amount must be added otherwise and hiH word ia tho supreme the Bauie machinists, Louisville, havo as- class races, which bear law of the State. signed. The liabilities are placed at the trotting track which the Association $120,000 with nominal assets at $148,000. overnight pursea bear to the running Tho Kentucky Teachers' The business was established in 1857. turf. Ky. Stock Farm. convenes June 2S at Paducah. Bar-nemo03-10- Gov. McCkkary is receiving considerable censure for rushing through the motion to make Mr. Wntterson u tlolegate at lare by acclamation. The motion is claimed to have been out of order, but the governor says there was no regular order agreed upon and that he had no other alternative but to put it. Certain it is that but for the haste in getting it through, Mr. Watteraon would have been humiliated by a larve vote ngnimt him, if indeed he would have been able As it was to havo pulled through. perfect bedlam of disapprovthere was a n al of the method, amid which Mr. stepped forward and eaid his little speech of thanks. The Louisville Commercial says he then went to the associated press representative and was heard to say, ' want them to know about this outside," meaning his "hearty" endorsement. We were opposed to humiliating Mr. Watterson and should have voted for him as ilelegite, but we do not think so outspoken and irreconcilable a Cleveland man should have bsen chosen in the manner he was by a convention that was unmistakably for Grover Cleveland. Wat-terso- Poor old Kansas has been visited by more cyclones. Friday night n funnel shaped clou! swooped down on Wellington and in an instant 23 lives were wiped out and 100 people lay writhing in agonies. Hundreds of business houses, churches and dwellings were wrecked, the ruins taking fire and adding further deaths, by its honors. The Phillips houso was demolished anil many of its Har guests were killed or wounded. per and other pointsulsosulFered terribly, the destruction being almost complete, only two houses in the centre of town being left uninjured, while hundreds of residences were wrecked. The Normal and High Schools, First National Bmk and the Opera Houe were totally destroyed. Seven or more persons were killed and a Bcoro wounded. Among the names, thoso of the Andersons and Lytles, for.nerly of this place, do not appear and it is booed they sutlered no injury of person or property. When Jim McKcnzie said in his matchless speech at the Louisvillo convention that "There are two expressions in the English language that urj synonymous and Interchangeable, one is tariff reform and the other Grover Cleveland," old Leiderkranz Hall shook from pit to dome with the tremendous and vociferous applause that followed. There are few Rreater orators in America, if any, than Quinine Jim McKenzie, of the county of Christian, and a Kentucky State convention in which his silvery voice is not heard would be worse than the play of Hamlet with the principal character omitted. Tho Methodist church and other buildings burned at Eminence; loss $14,-500. At Middlesboro, Annie Rogers was shot and killed in her mother's homo Raker, who was In a room and J. with her, has beeu arrested on suspicion. He claims the Rirl accidentally shot herself. SIMM'S THE WILLARD:-(Late Alexander's Hotel.) Rates $2.50 Per Day. Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-House, 4 Tho largest freight steamship afloat was launched Thursday at Relfast, Ireland. She is the White Star steamship Maronic, 470 feet long, 53 feet broad anil of 0,000 tons. She will bo .used In the cattle trade. Senators Carlisle and Rlaokbum did not vote on tho silver question. Senator Carlisle was paired aeainst tho bill and A little boy about the size of a Senator Blackburn in favor of it. Sena- man; when last seen he was crosstor Hill got his hat and pulled for the ing the site of theStanford Water, outside in order to keep from going on Electric Liget and Ice Plant Works record. the total on his way to the estimates property loss by fioods in Louisiam, Arkansas, Missouri. Illinois, kanas and Iowa at $32,000,000. Illinois and Missouri have sutlered even mord than the States that usually bear the burdens of Mississippi river fioods. One of tho delegates to the Ohio He wore one of those Sio Suits prohibition convention, Mrs. Alfred Brooks, wbh seized with tho pains of ma- which he bought at the last ternity while she was riding to her hoarding-housin a coupe and barely birth to tho boy in the veescaped giving hicle. This is one way to iucrease the party. The Butchers' Convention, at Dalla?, Texas, decided to build a 5300,000 abattoir aud refrigerating plant in Dallas. The citizens of Dallas are to take He also carried a stick about the The object of $30,000 of the stock. the butchers is to purchase their own size of a Winning Bat of the Incattle, kill them in Dallas and ship the terior Journal meat to all portions of the United States. a annRAtion has been created at Newport by a rejort that William F. Williamson, who killed Louis Thornton, is not dead, but is in Europe, and that His object in coming was for his supposed death and burial was n fraud to cheat the law. It is said that u some of those beautiful iliimmv wns tiliiced. in the collin and that Williamson wa3 spirited away by his friends. "Tip" Dobkins, one 'of the most desperate criminals that ever lived, is in the Pulaski county jail. Some two months ago Dobkins became enraged at I "Mose" Lewis, a peaceable and prosper? ous farmer who resides south of At Si. 50, tho entire and attempted to poison he was nearly successfamily, in which A Vest ful. He was indicted at the lau term for it, but had since been at large. ' Reoiard. ILOSTo Louisville, Ky. A. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. J. Marshall, clerks. V. W. R. LOGAN, Manager. WANTED. Five Thousand Ladies & Gentleman from Stanford Acd Lincoln County to call and evimlnr tho handsomest ami cheapest lino ol WALL PAPER ever of! tri-- to the people of Central Kentucky At A. E. CIBBONS', DANVILLE, KY. He ca also furnish you the Wst PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, Ac, as low at any wholesale houif in the Stale. People desiring to do their own work tin always da better by getting advice frtn in experienced and practical man, and Louisville : Store Get your Combinations Complete and Save Money. The Bottom Knocked Out Filty pairs Ladies' Custom Made Broken sizes, all of the best makes, reduced from $3.50 per pair to Si. 75. Sateens reduced from i5rjC per yard to ioc;"Drcss Chambiay reduced from 15c yard to ice. Cotton Serge from yard to IOC DayThc'sc goods must go in the next 30 days, so call at once and secure ycur sliarc of the bargains. 36-inch e Bars:ain Sale. i6c Ease Ball Glut. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. 3M.6.RUPLEY,- Foil Dress White Vrn'nhr J Li $1.50, Is Receiving His Tate-villi- Spring & Summer Goods Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. While Fancy at Gie me call. 15,-0- 00 And a White Dress Bow at and 35 cents To wear to the coining Hop. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER A. R. I ) I During the year 1S92 The above reward will be paid hand a full ad complete at the Louisville Store, provided the boy dcos not find himself. DrUg'S It you don't find the boy, you xntS will be amply repaid by looking! 00 at our immense bargains in j shall keep constantly"!! stock of .. p c?4.iJ and Oils rouciuuacij. Toilet Articles Glass, Books, My stock of j ' ! d n Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers of And Gents' Furnishings. Every PromPt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas , j L7ALJ1JI1 111 A. R. PENNY. t, J artic,e attention. so uarg.iiiib in . ClotHinC WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY ' White Goods! FARRIS & HARDIN, And Embroideries. Nice Goods at 5c fine White Lawn I2l4c: fine White Checks Marseilles Check 25c. Hamburg Edgings and Inser tions from 3c a yard up. New line of Ladies' and Misses' .Dealers In. i Staple & Fancy Groceries Hard- -, Queen- -, Tin- - and Glassware. well-regulat- car-loa- d 2,000-poun- d Just Received a Beautiful Line THE STANFORD Chamber Sets and Lamps. TO THE FARMERS. - d a ' r- SLIPPERS, Water, Light and Ice Co. And Oxfords in Lace and Buckle, lls from 75c per pair to $2. 50. 00 n. Gentlemen, Hat, it will pay you to look at our line. Every shape in Straw and Manilla, from 25c to $1.50., Mattings and Oil Cloths. car-loa- d car-loa- d If you contemplate buyinga Straw Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. Duelling of 3 roomi, one faucet I am agent for The Central Kentucky Hedge Fence Co., rl I.anoatter, and offer tho lerTict. of with rciponuMc firm lor ItipUnti both mytelf and the Company to the cititentof contracts! aud will have the Ice and lilectric I'Utitt comple. Lincoln county. I am ery thankful for ihe liberK.I in aout tUty dar ; the Water t'lant toon af-- al patronage received and hope by lair dealing- to merit a continuance. Farmer! in need of tood lu order to place individual contract in ad fence will find me at the Mjer House in Stanford' vancc for Water and KlectrU Light, the Compauy on each County Court day. a(lvt the following M W. JOHNSON. to Necenary water pipci will bo laid, conrn-ciimaint at actual coet lor flpe and work Electric wiret put In uul ncceuary fixture! Branch Jellico Coal Oo. free ol charge To be of bet quality and guaranteed to give Miner ami shipper of the GENUINE Mtitfaction. The schedule of adopted ratr li from if to jo per cent, lower than it utuxllr given S7-6- Falls Original Jellico Conl. Mai-lor- y, Just received a new stock of Hach additional room I oo Each additional faucet Storei, llanls and Trivate Office, i faucet... 5 00 3 Ilathi, prnate, one lancet ... 5 eo Hoe attachment lor tpiinller a Stable), private, one animal 1 00 .Each additional animal .- - $ it. We are the sole acenti for Sinnfo.. ..,. Rowland. Office corner ol Depot stre.t m ra,i. road crossing. u 5 co 0 HIGGINS AJWATTS. jo Try For Salo U I Twenty Kuilcliiir i,ot6 In the corporate limits o Rowland. ; 00-fo- ot Electric Light Rates. commercial 1 ...r. ; $13,-00- 0, For IMRST. Kowlat. Our reduction sale on Carpets is One are ami three 16 c. p. incandeicent lamp w$7 f8 perywr TO THE PUBLIC. still going on. Also remember we I'sr 16 c. p. each incandetceut light, pvr mo. 6a ,, 3a 1. fr6 I made arrangement, with will continue to give a pair Lace ,, t ' ' 1. jj on,have Saw Mill man, to furnish G. W. Skeletthe , ' ' .1 ii 83 the public wixh an y and all kind ot lumber, either nt my storefn Curtains and Pole For KctiuVnce Uci Crab Orchard or at the . 11 ! uc: FREE OF CHARGE With every purchase of an all-wool Fur .. ifct 16 c. p Incendi-tceti- t l 1 11 ' Carpet; this is positively the last week for this offer. " ... " For eaeli additional Forlurther infonnatien, apply to J. W. HAVDEN'.Sup't, &c. tt -- .th" " " " " ' lamp per mo... " " " ' " 6 1 ... osts a specialty. K 5 - 45 JJ J ao null. Fencing I'lank and Get my my prices before buy. W-CAHSON, Dealer in General Merchandise. Crab Orchaad, Ky. 3 rela--tiont- o THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Originators of Low Prices. DR. J. Stanford, iQ.m jCTDminfla, Dealer In A.-AMO:- Office opposite Coffey Uouc, Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Confectioneries, Ac. Has with him a first clas baker and can lurnih read, Cake and the like on short notice. - - Kentucky. Cy Ami-Week- ly InteriorJournal May Stanford, Ky., The Rock Castle Springs Co. has Ab presents for 0 the sweot girl graduates they are unsur- awarded It. M. Jackson, of London, the W. I. Kamsev M't the ilro to a 115,000 passed. Call on Danks, tho Jeweler, and contract to carry passengers to and from kiln of brick yesterday. Rock Castle Springs. This is his third seo for yourself. 31. 1802 0 0 9 year. bKK the Gurnny ItefriKurator before Youn watch or clock is out of repair. 0 0 0 Doo Collaus at McKinney Uros.' " m Dainty, new, cheap. .THE. 1 E.c.WAi.TON,Bus.Mann(ier MEANS buying. BUSINESS. Mc-Itobe- rtt'. Wall r.u-Bi- t nrid paints nt V. U. artistic-all- dotio at A. It. l't'tiny's. Uuy your bookB und fdiool supplies of fill kimts front A. It. Penny. Havb your wnteh, clock and jeweiry fpnlred at A. It. l'enny'B. All work Enqkavinu beautifully and warranted. HcMKMUKit rinp, Ac, bought at be To tbatall silverware, wntchen. A. It. Penny's will eniraved freo of clmrKi. Delinquent. It is againHt our custom and contrary to our detdro to ask our patrons, for money through the paper, but remittances aro so slow and our need of money so great that we iir forced to insist that everyone who owes us will settle at once. If your label does not read IJuneD'.' you aro in arrears and should .seiulus t'hu amount duo to dale with a imv in advance. Thin means you and everyone in arrears, We need the money. a PERSONAL POINTS. Dr. P. W. Looan went to Columbia Sunday. 6rx Owkss is very ill with neuralgia of the heart. Mu. W. IJ. Hill is visiting his sister in Ibanon. A. T. Mantis, of Maywood, is very ill with tlux. Ki) F. 7 v Miss Hkttik Wku, of Junction City is viniting Miss Lola llurks. Prop. asi Miw. M. G. Thomson, of Christian College, wore here Saturday. Fiiask Oatts, of Monticello, has bt-evisiting bis Bister, Mrs. John P. Davis. 0 Miss Eva IJiciiasas, of Crab OrHousk Paistin. and Decoiiatiso. We do not suppose that even tho most chard, is the guest of Miss ISmIo Ilurcb. Jecse 0. ltainscy taktu contracts for all skeptical could see the amount of work Mies Mattik Millku, of Kiohmond, is kinds of pnlntingand guaranteessatisfac- - being done at the water works site and the guest of Mitwes Clam and Ophelia Ition. Prices to suit the times. Orders have a doubt now of the speedy complewill .ecelve prompt tion of tho plant. A largo force of men s f l.flnrn,... .Ulin.u. ... .'.v..., attention. are at work preparing the gallery for the with her father, Mr. John M. McHob- his water, which bubbles up in inexhausti Mu. Phil Sonus wishes to express erts, Jr. works thanks to a)' the good people ble supply. The sidetrack to the Cou asi Miw. T. P. Hill went down heart-fel- t is complete and the first car, No. 1,013, to Lebanon Friday to visit Mr. and Mis. who were so kind to him and his in his loaded with brick, was put ou it yesterwife's last days. Especially is he grateBen Spalding. T. W. Hamilton conductor, AV. It. returned from a ful to his friends of the Locomotive day, engineer. Miw. II. F. Josw has Holley visit to her daughters at Lnwrenceburg Brotherhood, who stood by him at kii hour when of all time in his life a man Ji'iHiR Boyd doesn't mind taking the and Lexington. of friends. bull by the horns. He called the attenMim Ki.lk.s- ILw.Lor will spend a part needs the support tion of the grand jury to the careless of her vacation visiting in Virginia. The Lebanon Enterprise savs that the way Jailer Lovill was keeping the Somerset Reporter. diary of James Clnunch, the suspected prison and tbo Echo s.iys he was indictMifs Limik WiTiiKits, who has been there, which was found attending Normal School at Lexington, burglar in jail ed in three cases for permitting prison-er- a with the goods in G irons' hay stack, in Saturday. to run at large. He was found guilcame home county, has in soveraLplacep: "Had ty in one case and fined f0, whereupon Miss Katb Cook, of Hufctonyille, is this 1 of a time last night." The paper ttie court made an onW removing Lov the guest of her sisters, Mrs. G. B. Coop- ah adds that the outlook now is that he will ill from his otliee as jailor and directing er and Mrs. K. C.Walton. h 1 of ft time for sevMips Nha Asmtuws, one of the love-Ho- continue to have'n the keys of the jail to bo turned over to come. is among tlu graduates at eral years to of girls, SheriirJ. W. Moren. Mlllersburg College this week. Staiihi.no. Mr. V. R. Coleman, of Co.nsidekale complaint is being made Mrs. B. K. Wkauks and Mrs. Anna Middleburg, writes of the serious stabvisiting Mrs. J. I. bing of Vms Short by It. Holden, at by the good citizens cf the Waynesburg James, of Stanford, are section because T. J. Cress Ib selling Hamilton. Lancaster Kecord. Mintouville, into whom ho plunged his hard cider, which it is claimed to conMus Gko. T. Faiuus and daughter?, of knife three times, once in the face and intoxicating than pure IjnHou, passei through to Garrard Sat- twice in tho back. After he was wound- tain fluid more apple juice. Some 15 or 20 boys gither-e- d urday, to visit her father, Mr. John L. ed Short knocked his assailant down there a few days ago and filled up on Arnold. and was beating him (seriously when it and inde the day hideous with oaths, few days Miss Maiiy Bkazlky sHnt a they were torn Hpart. pistols, razors and the like. Mr. Cress Take it to Danks, the Jeweler, nt drug store. My own personal Wk now haven stock of woven wire and slat fence made of oak pickets. Sine attention given to repairs. & Mencfeo. The London Kid nine write us that . Shoo Fly! Screen doors and windows they did up'tlio Big nine fti to 18 and in made to order by A. C. Alford. Shop great shape. Jones and Itllev were the battery for the Kids ami Carrier and above depot. . Iteed for the Bit: nine. 0 The L. & X. and (J , C. will sell tickii The ladies of theTurnersviilo Mission ets to the prohibition convention nt Louand' next day, at JJ ary Society will give n strawberry supisville, this, per at theTurnersville school-housfares. Tuesday night, for the benefit of the Kksidkntk and lot of two acres on Eastern Kentucky Mission School. Desirably located Main street for half The bunks alone observed decoration and has all the conveniences. W. I day yesterday, and they only by closing Walton. their places of business. There are but Jamks Caiitkh, son of Cflpt. J. W. Car- few soldiers buried in this county and ter, had Uiu lingers of his left hand cut there were no decorations that we heard on" while coupling cars at Howlnnd Sat- of. 0 urday afternoon. ' Tim art exhibition of Miss S. Eva ocWith three lecturt-s- , a concert, the Bedinger'a class at the College will Friday morning next between the cur Colk'KO commencement and the recepm. Tiie public is tion of the graduating class this week, hours of 10 and 12 a. respectfully invited, assured that the dis to find something to our people-oughplay will be well worth their inspection. amuse their varied tastes. 0 0 0 Xinnkllky was awarded the That it's an ill wind that blows no one A. T. good was evinced in the burning of four contract for McAd.uuizing the street to a room in the waterworks at ?1.13 a perch and tho dogs, which were locked up in at RowMr. Cooley's boarding-houeItam-se- y excavating was given to Mr. W. F. land. Stanford would bo willing to spaie at 17 cents per yard. a few of her houses, if with each one Guas Haiiuis, colored, for getting too four dogs could he cremated. 0 much booze and becoming disorderly The rumors of a ecu mini in the West from the etlects, was fined $5 before SunJudge Carson Friday. He is working End, which wero current here a malicious day, proves to have been out his fine on the Htrtets. - invention. The one in the East End, Out namesakes, the Interior Journals, though, in which a young married man willcrobs bats with the Mutuals, of is said to have returned his bride Louisville, on the uroiuuU heie Friday of three months to her father, when he afternoon next at :t o'clock. They will made the discovery that she was shortly also likely play the Dauvilles during the to become a mother, seems to have considerable foundation in fact. week. s' McKinney w lire. 0 It continues to rain nearly every day and having turned warm vegetation is humping itself. Wheat is growing rapidly with tho danger of getting si tall it will not be able to stand up. Little Willie Nailoii, and DO PRICE TELLS, And everybody tells the price. OLD MEN, YOUNG MEN AND BOYS Come see our Neglige and White Shirts, and our Men's, Youths' and Boys' of the Preach-ersvill- e vicinity, has three living greatgrandfathers. They nre all between SO years old. For particulars and see Mr. John Anderson. 0 m 0 0 Hoots, Shoes and Hats. CLOTHING TO THE LADIES: e m m The city clerk, Mr. G. L. Penny, says brought to our city, but their never was a more select stock or better that the owners of dogs are hurrying to goods offered or at lower prices. And we would say the same thing pay the tax and get their dog9 registered before John New land goes on the warpath Some 30 odd registers Our trade is increasing immensely, for which we are under many were taken out Saturday and yester- obligations to the public, and we shall continue to merit your confiday. dence by giving you the best goods at the lowest cash prices. 0 Wc start Neglige Shirts at 25c; Hoys' Suits at Si; Men's Suits of Commencement Seumos. The Baptist Our various departments for the labuilding was unequal to the oc- good quality at $$ no shoddy. church m Wc do not carry the largest stock ever e, m - casion. Sunday morning, and many who had intended to henrthe commencement sermon of the Female College were deprived of tho pleasure because they could not get even standing room. Rev. A. V. Sizemore preached a splendid nnd most appropriate sermon from the text, "Who can find a virtuous woman, for her price is far above rubies." The singing was also a decided feature, the best talent from the various churches taking part. Mrs. A. G. HuffmAn sang a beautiful solo and the regular cornet-is- t, Mr. Joe F. Waters, wos ably assisted by Mr. A. G. Huflman. The school girls, and in fact all the fair sex, were beautifully attired in suitable apparel and the occasion, altogether, will linger long in the. memory pi all who were fortunate enough to be present. 0 0 dies in Laces, Embroideries, Gimps, Jets, Hcsiery, Handkerchiefs, Corsets, White Goods, Dress Goods, &c, are always full and at rock bottom prices. OT. S. HUGHES. SPRING CLOTHING ! OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE IK1 And we can show as nice an assortment as the people have 0 Only six houses in Harper, Kas., escaped damage by the cyclone. At San Francisco fire destroyed four manufacturing plants, causing n los3 of $100,000. Ever Seen in Stanford. All Styles and Colors of j VJ The Barney & Smith Cnr Works, of Dayton, O , have been sold to syndicate for $1,500,000. ,..:'r m.., i.Jlt m AtSpinagar, in the Vale of Cash- mere, !fH) persons have died of Cholera in the last four days. Gen. R. D. Mussey, said to be the fin-- t regular army officer who offered to organize in gro troops durin" the civil' war, is dead. The third annual exhibit of the Garrard County Stock Fair, July 15 and 1G, is already an assured sucers3. More than ;2,00U in ppecial premiums bos been subscribed, 51,500 of which is for special premiums on horses. A lloral hall will be erected 00x40 feet for the benefit of the ladies and will be in charge of a comnetent man. Record. i Cassimeres, Worsteds and Home-Spun- s. Please Examine and. Price Them. M'ROBERTS & -- AT- HIGGINS. a JUSTRECEIYED" Warren's "Model Grocery" .Some beautiful goods in. NEW ADVEimSEJIENTS. A. A. st 25c. The Weekly-Louisville China and Glassware, E!AS4MABUIIi AT- Consisting of Chamber Sets, Decorated Plates, Fruit and Salad Dishes, Cracker Jari, Finger Bowls, Water Sets, Fruit Saucers, &c. lAl m 1' f A ' v .- -.. Mns. Hi'iiiiAiiii has recently purchased for the use of the College a set of papier . macho anatomical models, consisting of life sized torso, representing the heart, respiratory and digestive organs, the Misbks Kit and Si-- Bacoiimas, Magbrain, eye and ear. To these she has gie bihI Linda Owsby and Anme Baugh-maadded a niicrocope of sufficient pow attended the party given by Miss aniiiiRlculu' in a drop of M,iml Mi'Knherts. at Danville, Thurs er to bco the This expensive outlay has been at- - water. day evening. Tliu gentlemen who made for the purpose of increasing the tended fiom hern were Messrs. W. A. interest of our girls in the study of nat Tribble, W. H. Wearcn, J. S. Owsley and ural science. J? II. Biuighman. . rMiB3 Samastiia Looas, formerly of Juikik J. W. Alcou.n has returned from place, but now of Louisville, has New York, much elated over tho comthis souvenir spoon promise he made with the Kentucky s designed a Scotch-Iris- h every respect. It is Coal, Iron fc Development Co. for A. J. whi( is a gem in ". of sterling silver and is sold nt j:l.50, Asher. The claim was for 7,000 acres of with gilt bowl S4. Thoo desiring a land at Pineville, cold to the company " handsome and appropriate souvenir for n little over $100,000. By the comshould address Miss Logan at 502 Fourth promise, Mr. Asher gets $107,500 and street, Louisville. cost?, all he claimed but about one year's interest. We could not ascertain the CITY AND VICINITY. amount of the judge's fee, but as it wns based both on a certainty and a continFob Plants, see O. J. Newland. gency, it is very large. He brought $C0,000of the money back in his iuside at W. II. Mcltoberts'. Soda Watku pocket. n Bokn, to .the wife of L. II. Tryor, FinE. At 2 o'clock yesterday morning boy. . . occupied by the railroad boarding-hous,vGkkmas millet seed for salo nt J. B Mr. William Cooley and family, at Foster's. Rowland, was discovered to bo on fire eugraved in line style by and tho alarm wa9 sounded. Tho tire Doo collauh had gained considerable headway, but .Daaks, tbo Jeweler. an engino was set to work on it and the church, Tin: ladies of the Presbyterian ll.imes wero retarded sufliciently to save will give n strawberry most of tho contents. The fire originatv. pub-lisupper Friday night, and invite tho ed from a defective lino in the kitchen ceuerally to attend. and the loss on tho house is about $1,000 ball club with no insurance. Mr. Cooley's loss Tiik Interior Journal base evening, is little or nothing, as the furniture and will give a supper on Friday served in the like was handled with remarkable June 10th. It will likely be care under such exciting circumstances. Judge W. U. Carson's store nnd.tho defraying tho ex- The house belonged to the L. & X. Comwill go towards pany. penses of the club. c with her sister, Mrs.S. Porter Sandidge, who, with Master Stewart, returned with her yesterday. Mil. AsnMus. W. A. Holt and children left for Pittsburg, Pa., Friday, to make their futuro home to tho regret of many friends. Dn. J. F. Pkytos was called by tele .graph to the bedside of Mrs. James Maret, at Mt. Vernon. She has been sick for some timo and Is still very ill. Mns. Adklia Woods and Mrs. Griirgs, of Hustonville,came down yesterday to hear llro. Barnep, but were much disappointed to find that his regular meetings had closed. m 0 0 stayed with Mayor and Mrs. D. his W. Vandeveer, while tho judge and wife went to Louisville, and on being asked whom ho slept with, replied: grand-p- i and the train." The unyor U n auorer from Snorersville and the little fellow thoucbt the hideous noise he made was produced by a rtuu- lar train in motion. Little Tommy VaunoS grand-parent- s, when it is will be tried Thursday thought he will be made to pay heavily for disregarding the law. The College Concert at Walton's Opera House to' morrow, Wednesday, night, beginning at S o'clock sharp, promises to be an unusually pleasant entertainment Vocal and instrumental music will bpin terspersed with recitations and pictures found in tho Herculaneum. The young ladies will bo the statues ami the graceful posing will be well worth seeing. Admission 25 cents: children under 12, 13 cents. The Commencement will occur Thursday night, when five sweet girl graduates will lay aside their school books for the sterner walks of life. ) 3 Commercial Will lie cent to any aiMress from now until January lit, 1S93, for twenty-fiv- e cents. Campaign year i nt hand ; you muit Veep jxMfM, anI the wnytcido Io so It to read Til t. COMMERCIAL the only true expoient of protection and sound currency in the South. &rjrjBS "With-grand-m- B.K.&W.H.Wearen's. Garden Tools, Bakes, Hoes, Spades, Shovels, Traces, Collars, Pads, Haines, Leonard Refrigerators, White Mountain Freezers, Water Coolers, Etc. I i Send for a Sample Copy. You And examine it carefully. will be suretotubtcrihe. Atldrev. all letters and make all check and rHstMfficu order; payable to n m . e nfM-Khine- e pro-cee- Co. Tiik municipal election at Rowland, was quite exciting. Tho inSaturday, terest centeerd in the raco for police judge LOUISVILLK, KY. between the encumbent, Willis C. Barnett and and Squire J. A. Chappell. It was nip tuck all day, except at one time Judge Barnett was 21 ahead, but Chappell wa running from eend toeendand when the : pollsclosed tho votestoodClfor him tool for his opponent. Tho trustees elected are To License and Regulate the Keeping of Dogs James Reams, who received 71 votes, Sam Humberstone GI5, W. R. Holley 5S, WITH IX THE CITY OF STANFORD. T. Waverly Hamilton 5S and John Payne He It ordained by the City Couucll of Stanford : 51. The board is a good ono and the persons owning or controlling seems to bo generally satisfactory. dot's within the all of Stanford shall annually on city 000 the lit day of June register with the city clerk or controlled oy each nog MfimKii. West King killed Frank same timeowneu to the clerk a tax mem anu at tne pay of 50 cents lor registered. Fish, another negro, at Crab Orchard, each dog so It shall be the duty of each person to 11. Sec. Saturday evening, and was lodged in jail procure and put on each do registered by them, of this collar Payne. Tho two men as required by ofcc. I owner andordinance, anumber hero by Marshal registered the with the name enemies some time and when of such do? plainly stamped thereon or upon a had been attached 'thereto. metal 111. they met in town Saturday Fish began Sec ta? If any person shall become the owner or controller o any dog within the city of Stanford to abuse King, who said he wasn't arm- after the date of annual registry, as required by such dog of ed, but would got a pistol and fight it Sec. Ibeenthis ordinance and ifsuch personshall not shall at already registered, have out with him. With malice ami mur- once register, pay the license and place the collar I der rankling in his heart, he walked out on said dog as required by Sections and II of this ordinance. Sec IY. Any person failiiijf to comply with the home, 1$ miles nway, and securto bia provisions of this ordinance shall, on conviction, ing hia pistol went back to town and be fined Three Dollars fer ech day of failure for him and not regeach do sought Fish. They met on the street istered as owned or controlled bythe city marshal hrrein provided and who coul.1 or any policeman shall kill any dog found running and he opened tire on Fish, at large within the lity not reentered aod having not get hia pistol to work. Only one of no collar on as required and pro Ided by this v King's five shots took efiect and that Sec. V. All money received by the clerk under Fi3h in tho region of tho heart. the provisions of this ordinance shall lie paid into struck the city treasury and it shall be the duty of the Tho dying man grappled with his adver- assestor of the city of Stanford to list and report ho with his assessment of property all persons ownsary, but his strength was gono nnd ing or controlling dogs within the city and the fell forward dead. Tho examining trial number of dogs so owned or controlled. Seo. VI. This ordinance shall be in effect from is set before Judge Varnon at 10 o'clock and after its passage. DT V VANDEVEER, Mayor. Wednesday morning. Louisville Press Slxeep And the wool better. Cures Scab and Itch, Kills Ticks and Lice, AIT OHDI1TA1TCE Makes Your Sheep Healthier Dip your Sheep just after shearing. Two and a half gallons of Dip to ioo gallons of water will dip 150 Sheep. ip re-Bii- lt ; MoKlITITETr BEOS. Do You Need a Wagon ? yBsn . ) 1 4 pidi-nanr- o. . a v.:J CALL AT J. B. FOSTER'S Car-loa- d i. r 4 f And examine the Studebaker. just received. L?:T 4l Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa. AT - THERE IS NO DEATH. Another of Dear.Kate'8 Favorites. 110 death ! The stars go down To rise upon some fairer shore; And bright in Heaven's jeweled crown Th?y shine forevermore. There is Publtahod Every Tuoaday ivnd Friday $2 3?JSU YEAR hen IN- ADVAN C1C not so paid S2.50 will lie charged."" K. G. LOCAL TIME CARD. f Is The duit we tread Shall change beneath the summer showers To golden grain or mellow fruit, llewers. Or rainbow-tinte- d There Train naves Rowland at 5 7:00 a. m., returning "l&n. local time card. .1 Mail train going North South Express train " South . Local Freight North time is about so minutes faster. S54am 6 jo am South, ..iipn The latter trains also carry passengers. The above Is calculated on standard time. Solar f,0,th . .11)310 la Jj pm 134pm The granite rocks disorganise To feed the hungry moss they bear; The forest leases drink dally life From out the siewless air. is no death I The leases may fall, The flowers fade and pais away They only wait through wintry hours the May, The coming-o- There ' ' South-bounUlue-Urass QUEEN & CRlsCENT ROUTE. There is lis death ' An angel form Walls o'er the earth with silent tread He bears our best loved things away, ' And then wc call them ; "dead' flowers-Transpla- nted Trains pass Junction City as follows: d O A C Special ia:6 a m ; Fast Mail 12:43 P- i N'ew Orleans Limited 3:1; p. m.; special litsop. m Q .fc C. Special a:S7 a. m.J Rluc North.bqund Urass bDecul s!.oa. m. Cincinnati Limited 3:07 p. tn.; Fast Mail a.41 p. m m-- He leaves our heart all desolate; He picki our talrest, sweetest into bliss they now Adorn Immortal boners. Fez Boils, Pimples ccruist.'ous sores, p-... The bird-lik- e voice, whose joyous tones Made glad this scene ol tilt and strife, Sings now her everlasting song Amid the Tree ol Life. And wheu he sees a smile too bright Or heart too pure lor taint or vice, He bears to it that world of light, To dwell in Paradise. Born into that undying life. They leave us but to come again With joy we welcome them tho same, Except in sin and pain. And j,ncj ajj take Lcd diseases, other The Ykaii Without a Summer. The ZWo&M Training and Breaking Stable., RENT. I state of the weather at present presents pike, 4 miles from Stanford. W. H. Miller (70 I have opned up A At 1'ence's Stable and Trot-- I Is a Candidate fr Circuit Judge In trie 13th Dil n splendid opening for a few paragraphs .;m fit...- - ,..i ... n.iw otrniieil tn handle hors- - trlct. subject to tho actitn of the di moiratic part. I Hme Mr. Pence's old in ihn ..i ... on the extraordinary summer of lSlti. HOUSE AND LOT FOR RENT. trainer, Rollv Morgan, one of the best in tho busYV. According to the best records January iness. Will handle horses at Its month or break furnishing feeding during the time, House and and rebruarv were warm and spring theI offer for tent theGaines Craig, Lot beloneinr in them for $10, equipments, such us harness, carts, Is a Candidate fnr Commonwealth's Attorney In I have all the and adjoining estate of Capt. me a trial like; March was cold and stormy. Veg- Dr. J I! Owsley, on Hustonsillestreet, Matiforo, re.$ Give T1LFOKD MKSSER, Stanford, Ky. this tho nth Judicial District, subject to the acKy It has right looms, good well and necessary tion ol the Democrat ) etation had gotten well along in April, out nouses. P. M. McROHKRTS, Agent, wheu real winter set iu. Sleet and snow 1 1 18 tt I Stan ford, Ky. IJ. Gov. fell on 17 different days in May. In Juue Is a Candidate for C..ngr'ss In the Ith Congres. there was either frost or snow every Siotial DlsliUt of Kent jck, subject to the action I will delis er Ice every morning in Stanford and of snow was' live Go parts night but three. The the KouUnd at one cent per pound -- r sixty cents per inches deep for several days in success Tn have jour (hriorrapha taken He keeps up hundred. All accounts due last of each week JAMH.SP. I1UMI, "tf S. OWSLEY, with nil the ion in the interior of New York and from Stanford, Ky. ten inches to three feet in Vermont and Is a Candidate for Comnnnwcalth's Attorney, shd party. In action of the Maine. July was cold and frosty, ice TEE SHELT0H HOUSE. Meet to theDistrict to whichDemocraticcouuty maybut I incoln b Judicial And will gisejou good satisfaction evformed as thick as window paues iu assigned. y A.J KARI, taliford. HOWLAND, KY. ery one of the New England States. August was still worse; ice formed nearly HAUGIIMAN, This House has been refitted throughout; has an inch in thickness, and killed nearly TIKE AND STORM every green thing in the United States A LIVERY ATTACHED. and.Kurope. In the spring i 1S17 corn Transient custom solicited o3iy which had been kept over from the crop J. W CARRIER, Prop. Representing of 1S13 sold for from $0 to $10 a bushel, the buyers purchasing for seed. On May Hartford, of Hartford, Conn., AND SALOON 10, 1S35, snow fell to the depth of a foot Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. AT ROWLAND in Jamestown, Va , and was piled up in Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, huge drifts iu most of the Northern Ins. Oo. of North America, " States. There was snow in many parts offer for sale prlsatcly v frame Hotel and AU of Inch are Companies I would of Iowa and Illinois ou May 11, 1S7S, he pleased to wait on my friends in this line. Pol. Saloon nt Rowland, which are nnw renting at f"j icies promptly issued. Will insure against torna- per month. It is centrally located and a tine point and again as late as May 23, lSS'-Jn does, wind storms and lightning Lightning claus- lor business, being at a tennnal point on a FOR K II. T. NOEL -- JOHN HUGHES ICE ICE James MeCrcnry to Earp's Art Gallery Di'in.H-rati- Latest Improvements, ot-i- J. JR., -- J. II. INSURANCE AGENT HOTEL first-clas- s PORSALB. 1 111 . &y3?'s Sarsaparifla Jt will Vi and the time that excursionists, Tho humbug of McKinley "free sportsmen should figure out a route for their sumis gradually becoming understood. mer vacation. In doing so. the delightfully cvol located nnd fishing A Washington dispatch states that the summerCentral Linesresorts slvidlv toalong the Wiscome consin slew, among payments for siiRar bounties have al- which are Fox Lake, III , Lake Villa, III .Muck, Lake, Neenah, Waupaready amounted to $7,500,000 this year, wanajo, Waukeha, Cedar A'hlatHl. Wl. Wisconca. Flfield, lletternut ml sin ha within the lat fise sears bee.. mo the center and that 510,000,000 will be required of attraction tor mure plenure Mkurs hunters and will you. next year. This is about of fishermen than any otl'r Mute In t the Union, and again nvthe increase the duties collected upon sugar under enchvi.lt landscape, the desire balsam fragrance charming breathe the atmosphere, thatis a part u the old tariff, and it all comes out of tho der through thethe Invigorating stately pines wancolonnades of and DR. W. B. as thpjduty comes out of cus- hook the speckled beauties with a hand made llv For pamphlets containing valuable information, tomers. In addition to this, by levying etc., apply to T S. PATTY, I). I A CnattuiiOHga, Teun a duty of half a cent n pound upon orJAS. C. POND, General Paengwr and Ticket Office South side Main street, in office recently Agent, Chicago, 111. sugar no doubt for a campaign vacated by Dr. L. F, Huffman, Stanford, Ky. consideration the McKinley ites enabled In almost every neighborhood throughout the West there Is some one or more persons whose A. S. the sugar trust, though getting its lives have been saved by Chamberlain's Colic, free, to levy tribute upon the Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, or who hase keen SURGEON DENTIST. chronic diarrhrca by it. Such persons take consumers.' The people were thus reliev- cured of pleasure In recommending the remedy t Office on Main street, over W, B McRoberts especial Drug Store, Stanford. follows ed from duties only to be taxed forboun-tie- s others. The praise thatpopular its introduction and use male it scry as ami 3 cent and robbed by tho trust. N. Y. bottles for sale by Or. M L. Bourne, Druggist and Optician, Mantoro, Ky. R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. World. i!ed feeling. cure r!"spep3ia, nervous utility, and that relieve and cure ecr near us, though unseen, The dear, In mortal spirits tread; For all the boundless universe ts Lite there are no Dead su-gi- r" Doctor "Il'm! You are run down sir. You need an ocean voyage. What is your business?" Patient "Second mate of the Anne Marie, just in from Hongkong." Brooklyn Life. , es attached without additional charge OAUe at First National Hank Stanford. of the L. &y It has good well, stable coal nouse and other necessary nutbnudings. Address a MR. MARY C. KERRILL, Stanford. uisis-io- C. 3D. -:- POWE3CI., DEALER IN J. H. HELTOIT, Dealer in Qoncral Merchandise, Refreshing Retrofits. Summer days are fast approaching and now is pleasure-seekers General Country Merchandise, And Produce, Lumber and Shingles. Has opened his stock of goods and Is ready to erve the people of Stanford and slcinlty. He Is otTer-in- g unheard ( Iksrgains and all who want good giaids at the lowest putsihlc prices should call on him on Logan Asenue, near Lancaster pike, so Mas Cured Others PENNY, 11 To Fsormors. Deering Harvesting I am Agent for the Celebrated : : one-fift- h Company, nicely under the Cash Syste-- and that the people arc rapidly catching en to the fact that it it the better system, both lur the buyer and seller. They also know that I sell anodt for ahem a third less than my comp. mors w ho do credit business. Ite member that I keep constantly on hand a splendid assortment of Dry (odi, t.rocerles. Cloth ing. Hoots, Shoes, Hals and the like Call in and see my stock, which it replenished almost daily SMyr J. II. HILTON, Rowland, Ky, Goods sold for cash only It gives me pleasure li state to the rublk In general that I am doing WILLIAM Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs Detler in the abuse MOUELAND. tax-payer- Dentist. . And offer their Machines to the people of Lincoln county Their Hinders me unexcelled and their Kcapets and Mowers stand the highest of any 111 the market Also keep all kinds of fixtures on1 hand -- ee me before purchasing Office at first ' National Hank J H 11AIGHMAN, Stanford, Ky. il-ii- .NOTICE TO THE. TRAVELING I PUBLIC. re-lin- have opened in connection svtth ray Hotel, the Solicited Stock Cattle and Sheep a apecialty. I ertorts having any of the above described tor saleor wlthltii to purchase same, ill dostack well to call on r address me Ati experience of fifteen ' las been of profit 10 me and 'N,,h" f'.V I can make 11 profitable I think both to the buyer lfr J too the Myers House. J,l,Slnfrd,Ky. rafflfaD PRICE, W. C. GB,EElT.IlTCf HUSTON VILLE.KY., MYERS HOXJSE, .A I?irt-Clns- THE F. RILEY U. HOUSE. raw-materi- Dealer in Groceries, Hardware Queens are, Glassware, Cutlery, table and ,Kcket Harnessand Cetilectionenet Also handles Moline Plows, Chilled and Steel Double Shovels. Com Planters, lluckeje Mowers and Hinders Give him a trial. ni s Uvcry Stable, London, 'y RILEY. Proprietor. - - Kontucky. And offer the serstces of It to the public. Drand nw vehicles and fresh blooded horses make my stable compare with Has just received a handsome line of Spring mid Summer Millinery and invites her friemU nnd the pnblic generally to c ill In and get first choice. Hats and Hamiets trimmed In the latest style by most artistic hands. the Made and Set Up in All Parts of Any person with the Country. & N Mr. Frank Huffman, a young man of Iiurlmg-ton- , O., states th.t lie had been under the care of A sentimental episode, the appointtwo prominent physicians and used their treatment of Wntterson, n strong opponent of ment until he was not able to get around. They pronounced his case to be Consumption and incuGrover Cleveland, ns n delegate-nt-largo- , rable. He was persuaded to try Dr. Kind's New Coughs ana Colds must be char.icterizfd as pretty and ro Discovery for Consumption, .. U1 ....- -i IS. ,ic .ciw. .L ume wa not- auic iw anu as inai .1 1.5 Howev- street without rest! jl. He found before he had seate, but it was not business. used half cf a dollar buttle that he was much bet er, Watterson will have to go with the ter; he continued to use it and is enjoying I can supply the families of Stanford and vicinany or If ity wilh home nide Ice at 00 cts. per 100 pounds; procession when ho to Chicaeo, or good health try you 1have bottle throat, atlung R. A. free rial it. chest trouble less than that amount at one cent per pound, and bo crushed. The action of New Jersey Penny sdrug- store. manufactured Ice at 75 cents per 100 pounds or i! Ice delivered every closes the debate. cents for smaller quantities. Three of the four Mine ol tne traml Army boys a be interested morning. 1 call special attention to the John l)re-ra' Celebrated I X L. Heer, for Northern States II. in the following tlrowmg C that 1:0 democratic in Commander Dep't from Alex Ga. Pope, A D. t . He Tenn. ai.d "Wi which I am agent. Will furnish in eithe" ke or presidential years are for Cleveland. All hase had an epidemic of whooping cough here bottle. Write for prices, t 'Stewart, Tenn.) and Chambetialn't Cough Rmue-d- y K. 11REMKR, Stanford, Ky i3tf of the other democratic States, including has been the only medicine that has don any from Kentucky, are for Cleveland. The peo- good.'' There is lodanmr jfiven. si hooping cotnch It coSHpIetely when this remedy Is freely ple who do the voting are for Cleveland. controls the disease. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by Dr. M L. Itoume, Druggi-- t au. Optician. Evansville Courier. Stanfo'rd, Ky. Of,a!l kluds, The strike of the girls in a pearl but. ton factory at Detroit against a reducIs moving to the Higgins office, Lancaster street. Nitrous Oxide Oas given for painless extracting. tion of wages is but tho repet'tion of an STANFORD, KENTUCKY. old story of "protection." The pearl button industry was one of the especialM. ORAIG, ly favored infants of the McKinley act. DR. Homeopathic Physlolan, The duty was increased to 300 per cent, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. and now the girls who formerly earned $3.50 a week are periritted to earn only to 3 p. m.; 8 to Office Hours: 10 to ta a. m.; $3. In addition to this, a monopoly of t'p. m. ,4k Office on Lancaster street, opposite court house. the market and the high price of the r genuine article have led to the manufacMISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, ture of imitation buttons, which turn a deep yellow in washing clothing to which they are attached. It is a beautiful bvs- Corner Main and Depot Streets, Kentucky. tern for the monopolists and their polStanford, itical tools. -- N. Y. World. DENTIST. JOHN .... --- The best salve in the world lor cuts, bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum, feser sores, tetter, chap ped nands, cntlDiains, corns anu an sum lions and positively cures puts, or no ed. It is guaranteed to giv. perfect rnce as cents or money refunded, For sale by A. R. Penny, Sunlord, Ky. Bucklln's Arnica Salve. Tho Bost in tho Country. me a call, One P W GREEN, Proprietor. AL BURNS. Manager 1 have moved to my new Hotel and am belter piepared than everts accommodate the public. attached and every consvnicoct desired. Give me a oil. 7? FRANK RILEY, sE'Did Yoo Notice.lt 1 the goffey house - 1 39-y- Milliner and Dress Maker --- This remedy i becoming so well known and so All who popular as to need no special mention nave used Electric Hitter sinu the same soni: of praise. A purer medicine does not exist and It is Guaranteed to do all that ts claimed. Klectr.c flitters will cure all diseases of the Lis er and Kidneys, svill remove Pimples, Hulls, Salt Ithcumand other affections caused by impure blood. Will drive Malaria from the system and present as well as cure all Malarial Fevers Koracureof Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try' Electric Hitters Entire satisfaction gauranteed or Pr ice 50c and $1 per bottle wionev refunded A. K. Penns drugstore Electric Bitters. Having bouvht out the Jewelrv stand ol W It M. Roberts, tha druggist, I am celling ant hl.k -- l at rates to make Hn fur au entire new lift.All go. Is artistically STANFORD, KV. JOSEPH COFFI2Y,Pro'r. i is " POSTED. "'I osnerisien anu lands wlthMt Per. prosecuted to the full. j. i CM. r Engraved FreeofCharge Watches, Clocks not only maintain its high reputation, but to sM Special accomimila-tion- s far commercial travelers sisd tW rotxsst far thedlspkiy of samples. to lis long Hit ol friends. This Hotel, renovated and refstrnlshed, Is mw in uiy charge and I iBteiid to CMsdoct it m as tt M. LACKOWIl T D NEW LAND W. W. HAY. CLARK RKNOLD- II. V. GAINES. IAMKSOIVKNS. I. S. PHILLIPS. A.NTtlN RKN ACKER - STEELE HAILEV A.M. 1'EI.AND nu.iin.i iikuui. s.. SPtlOVAMfintir 11 all tl.C. I.MiN A jT-t- JRED IIAIMANV First-ClasstSnlo- on And IlILLtARDand l AWonder Worker. POOL ROOMS attached. JOSEPH COrTKV LOCUS r GRtJVL- - FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STAN KURD, KY Jewelry InOrOUghly ST O CK Illue-Ora- P ss -- A. E, M FOR SALE ICE A3NTD BEER. jts to-d- ay KepaireU est Notice. On SllOrt- - er B. H, DANKS. Commissioner's Sale Valuable Lands and Town Property, Garrard Circuit Court Wade II Walker s Widow, Ac , Plaintiff,, again! Paul Terrlll, Ac. Defendants lhr virtue of a judgment of th Garrard Circuit Court at its February term, iSoj.in the al.ove.is 11 suit, I will on sa, MONUMENTS Agents employed. ine finest ram and richest stsl in Lincoln ca., snprltlac 450 acres ol Land, situa ted within two mile of Stan.ord. the cossutr seat of Lincoln Fronted by tho Shelby City turoplke and accessible to the Stanford and DanviUe turn-pilThis st one of the best Slock Farssss In the JlIue-Grregion aad is la a high slate of csiltt Abiissdaace of water lor all purposes vaiiow ScmI is frnile and is suitable for the growing of hew p. tobacco, ceru asid wheat The land Is so located to that It can be divided and two fiae Farms asaoVe The tsastrevasatt are a large and omaiodlots dwelling a canveaieat stock barn. Ac. the bet ( fruit f ail kstssU. etc. Or lntor- nsatioa, apply to K II. IONKS. Stanford. J. D IONKS, O V KICKY, rill. e. as 1 Capital Stock Surplus S200.000 18,500 10 Why People Want Cleveland. ii. DCAI I 19 6ts W. ADAMS No. 4 j Hroadway, Lexington, Ky SON, Ihit JESSE O. WEAREN Keeps the nicest, the best and largest tariety of Fancy Goods, Fruits, a shadow of intelligence can see that no personal considerations have anything to do with the demand for Cleveland, except so far as his connection with the tariff issue is a per- count consideration. The people want n tariff reform campaign and they propose j to have it. Cleveland means tariff re-- f form to the exclusion of all other issues. His nomination means a square fight on that issue, with no dodging, no trim- -' ming, no evasion. Everybody understands that. Indianapolis Sentinel. ' I I la CHI- - CO When When When When Babj was sick, wo gave her Castorla. she was a Child, she cried for Castorla. she become Miss, she clung to Castorla. she had CM! ren, alio cave them CastorlA ' AQCMT FQTATP MUCllI I M I U j" t. ursii, '"""ir " OiailTOrtl, Ivy. iX.,,c'farms are have (inte a number .4 r ARMS for salt ol the Dandies Nuts, Cigars And Tobacco in the city t BOftTT FORGET That he also keeps the cheapest stocl: ot k Staple Groceries, And Provisions, 4 Vegetables, &c , and that he exchanges ;all kinds of goods for Bacon, Lard, Duller, Eggs, Potatoes, etc., for which he pay the This is the way a colored preacher ar-ranged his hearers for mutual coveni-onc"De fore part oh de church will please sit down so de hind part ob de church can see de fore, part, for de hind part can't see de fore part if de fore part persists in standin' before de hind part part by j to de utter exclusion obde hind de fore pait." Mrs. Frank Leslie and Willie Wilde are not getting along just like t.vo little turtle doves. She says Bill has got to go to work at home or hunt a job elsewhere, Mrs. Frank ought not to complain; she married for a title and she got it. He married to get some one to support him in idleness and he is entitled to the sup- l,0rt- - 1 e: Dr M. L llourne. the drurtM. desires es . publish the foMnw ing testimony, as he handle the remedy and belleses it to be reliable "I bought a 5oc bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Halm and applied it to my limbs, wliUh hae been ulllicted with rheumatism at inters als for one ear At the time I bought the Pain Halm I was unable to wuik. I can truthfully wiv that Pain Dalin has comnietely Mr cured me K H Farr. Hclywood Kan A II. Cox, the leading druggist at Holy wood, vouches for the truth of theabove statement CASH for j I Highest cash market price paid Highest Market Prices. Goods delivered .inywharc in the city and bis ly trip made to Rowland. dai- Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, &c, at M. F. 3i ryr ' John 11. Castleman. A. G. Lanham ELIOT & CO., ROYAL insurance . . j . SI'YNFOAD KY. : . . 35-ce- Company, OF LIVERPOOL. MANAGERS, BA11BEE&0ASTLEMAN Commerce Building, Louisville. Agents throughout the South. "My friends," sadly remarked the colminister, as he pocketed the lection, "You cannot take your money with you to the other shore. The re.i son for that is quite plain to me; most of you will be mighty anxious to buy return tickets." Indianapolis Journal. Mamma "My dears, you should not talk nbout the students on Sunday; it is not right." Ella nnd Carrie (in chorusj "But, Mamma, we're talking about theological students." Mamma "0 !" Reed says ho is for liluino or any other republican who can heat Harrl- son. Scientific American Agency for j ' j CAVEATS. TrfADE MARKS. DESIGN PATENTS COPYRIGHT3, etc. Tor information nnd free Handbook se rlto to mcnw & co., an uttoADWAr. new your. Oldoat buroau for securing patents In America. Every patent taken out by 11s Is brought Lcforo the public by a notleo trtveu t reo of charge In the jmTJg & Prepared W. A. TRIBBLI, Local A?ont, STANFOUD. KV. JVtumnw Scientific 40 I Largest circulation of anr sdentlflo naper InitUo world. Splendidly Illustrated. . No Intelligent man should be without It. Wdcklr, :t.t)ll a year; I1J0 six months. Address MUN'N X CO, X'i;uU4imis.3Cl Uroadway. New York. improved an.l u. t ricn lanos, runniHE iu n irom 5010500 Acres their richness ami .... tWdd.nuhT,eITt'?.'??,,i?,,L0 lead .....,-.- w. .. .. ...... ..n thrv ,u. r.i.f ..u....f. bring market rlirht te our door, i.h- V.1 11 W.lk.r I., roads thai lowing Tracts of Land and Town Property, vii: ' ate cheaper than the (winds of aay other county ia TralCt Nil. rolltjlilaUa- f 11 Aria. hlUaat tafhOaa the State There ts scarcely a Farm in the cost a there U an elegant new Iwistnry brick ty nser smiles from a detot. hottse, with imod outbuildings and splendid 1'he couuty is checked with turnpikes running of all kinds incsery direction There is not a public rood en Tract No. acoiilains ij6 Acre. termif the county scat that is not Mucadainircsl. Tract Nsi. s contains i ,', Acres. We have the Knosvillo Ilratich t the I. A N. K The three Tracu will be first offered lepamlely R. disiding: the county from Hast to 'ot and the and then ana whole and the bid or bids nccstpteu C. b. R R irum North to the K. C. R. R that w ill realize the most money Irom this place to Cincinnati, ..rotsitiir theC. A O AWat theainu time and place the following at Winchester, giving full access to the markets of lots In Klrksvlile, Madison county. Kv we three Iit No. the whole world. Hcstdes, that have us a large contnlalng tS Aire, upon which there Fljur Mills 111 the count) give market splendid oue-stdwelling houe with good for ail our grain right at home; and the developof nil kinds ment of the mountain regions el Kastern and Lot No. s contains Acre, upon which there Is Kentucky bv tailroads nnd the outy a large house let hnnth by railroads has created such a demand Lot No. contains 3 Airs for all kinds of cereals and pros ender that wecan Term: 1 he salu will bo made on n cradlt of 6 scarcely retain enough lor homeconsumption. and la mouths, the purchner tmlug requlrod to The people are prosperous, generous and kind. bonds u ith approvml security uyabletothe Relieving in Christianity and education. There Master t ommlssloncr. has Inir the force and 4.nwt u nm n ii.i.hhnrlinnil m th. .mtntv lut, l.a. of a judgment, upon which execution may Issue If geod church and school-housuos puiu 111 niHiuriiy, 111111 bearing 0 per ostni, interStanford, est frum day of sale until puld and with a lieu re- perous little the county seat or Lincoln, If a proscity of about 1,500 tnhab.tants and is tained upon the property as additional security for the great doorway from the North and Norththo ptircliae money. R. A. HURNSIDK, east South and from the Northwest to (southeast, d Master Com'r Garrard CIrcut Court. and standing as it does gartti; right Into the besom of the undeseloped mountains nf Southeastern Kentucky backed up by the whole region ol the State with railroads running through it to all points of the compass, makes it naturally one of the best located towns In the South for mannfactures and other enterprises of magnitude. Water Works are now being agitated and right of a mile aboue the town about) there could be erected Water Works with sery that uniiti! .lionlv a eilv nf itononln. llltli. habitants with the purest and best water in the ...... l.l ,1... Ui.Ia !,. h.i liAn nnwl r.1,. .!!.. "V"I.'."I "V ""?-- "' the last lew years anil its nusiness nouses aru res- Idencrs will compare with larger cities of greater pretensions Our merchants and tradesmen arc We hase two all prosperous and doing well banks with a camtJl stock ol $400,000 that are prosperous and in a good rondition. e nave a remale scnoois. We have sple-ui- u College, a large brick building, with nser 100 pu and under the prlncipalihip ot oils ji attendance Prof. J M Hubbard, is in a nourishing condition. We also have a Seminary that is a good school, with Prof II. F. Hlakemanai its head. Wei Public School buildings ic have one of the Having removed my llarber Snop to the Com this section of the State, with over 100 pupils in mercial Hotel, I au attendance, and witli other good private schools, you sec our school facilities are excellent We to Accommodate Ladies every hase elegant church abuitnuigs, representing denomination, with full corps 01 ministers' as well as Gentlemen, of fias class talent and are iloinga better business than any class of men in the city. I have tried to make this statement as fat ts, In anything they may wish in my line, Chil- without anv exaggeration or coloring, at those also wailed on. Call n me. who know will bear no out, and those who wish to buy pleasant homes at lair prices and locate amonifagood people with alt the best surroundings would do well to call and see me before pur. In Commercial Hotel. haaing elsewhere . , wecinesuay, Juno 5, 1892. i:..i..l i-1 "oumy. i'" . ...n.n i....,....i,r...L .j , dcpsjtftflis are Mcured not only by the capital stack, but bv the sl.Hildrsl liability lor an antossHt equal to the stork, so that depositors of this Institution are secured bv a fund of 5400,000. Five sworn sutemvals of thecoadittoa of the bauk ate made each ear to tbe United Stales government and 11 assets t examined at stated times y goveinnsmi agents, thus securing addititona nd perfect safely to depositors. This institution, originally established as the Deposit rtaak of Stanford la 1(58, then ned as the National Hank ol Stanford iWj and gain the I'lr.t National Itank nf Stanford in itts, has had practically au omnlcr-ruptexistence of t enrs It is better supplied aew with facilities lor transacting attune w prompt ly and liberally than ever before In its long and harwrnkde career. Accounts of corporations fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully toileted The Directory ol this Hank s composed 01 f.J. Faster, of Stanford: Forestus Had, Liltcola county J. W. lUydea. Staafoid; S II llaughmaa. Uacelst. M. Miller, Mi. Verssew; b. T. Harris I.ttxtdti; J.,S. Hecker Sunfard; G. A. Uckey, Llnoalnj T. P. Ilin.Suafard. . W. G. Wfkh, Stanfordj 111 ed that this Is the ssaly National llaak in Sianfoid under the provisions of the National Uaak Act AttcnlhHi of the public is invited the fac W.P.Tate, Stanford OFFICERS: J Hoekcr, President; John J. McRoaerta, Cashier; A. A. Mc Kinney, Assistant Cashier. j ' 1 h:l i ' South-easter- n two-stor- Farmers BanMTrnst Co. OF STANFORD, KV.. Is now fully organirod and ready for business with te e. Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. - . . Surplus, . 19,000. SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIOVA1 HANK OK STANFORD, Nowvlasing upl with the same assets and under (he same managmncnt. ly provisions of itschaiter, depositors are as fully protected as ate depositors in National h"chol'I' being held Individually iB"hikV ' the extent of the amount stoci therein a. she par value thereof, in of their to tha smouut Invested in such shares. addition .,. It m., cutor, administrator, trustee, A as fully as ininUlVIUUal ... ... . T, - cnirusieaineir .nulsuicss to us . 7, , mnaB'lf the Lincoln National Hank ol """"u. we we "c,c tender our manv thanks and ""." "ey will continue to transact their business "'w ui, ollnrin; ai aguinniee for nromni sum 'on to our twenty years' experience Ii kV.i.. banking andas liberal accommodations as arc con- D "no sounu Dancing. 15-t- M? v u'mmMi If Illue-Gras- s three-fourt- hs rit ""'I""" "" ,L. , '' J.J. 93-s- yr .", niHECToHs: tet -- JESSE THOMPSON, Williams, Mt. Vernon; J. M. Hall, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, btanrord; S.J. Embry, Stanford;) J. B.Lynn, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgeville; . K.Daughman, Hmtoovillt; J. F. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch.r.Sttnlord, ky .H. Shanks, President. J. 1). Owsley, Cash W.M. Bright, Teller. lai&si I .tjLM. .. of-- t ' ilnMsssVi.