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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892060701 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. pi$jjfiftwsap,wii,s n-t-n Semi Weekly Interior -- Journal NO. 29 vol. XX. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JUNE 7. 1892. Tiik Commknckmkst. Kotwithstnnd-- ) ing n steady downpour for several hours preceding the hour for the curtain to rice on the graduates of Stanford Female College, Walton's Opera House wm ' comfortably filled by patrons and friend of the school as well as those especially Interested in those who wee to receive the finishing touches of a completed education, so far us the institution is concerned. After prayer by Itev. W. E. Ellis and u dillicult overture petfoimed by Misses Anna and Lola Menefee and Misses Moss and Moore, Prof. Hubb.nl introduced .Miss i.ssie uureli, who reail a very ex- MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. ' Tno Way tya,ne Resigned and Harrison K u Accepted. After the exciting election Saturday JoFeph 11. McClellan, u young sales-- , 'Department of State, Washington, Mr. (iabo (ireenleaf was elected xchool man of the firm of Isenberg & Bros., of Juno 4. 1S02. To the President: I res- tniBti'u. The lawn trusters elected with Hnrrodhbitrg, was wedded to Miss Grace peetfully beg leave to eubmit my resig- MY ENTIRE STOCK AT J. (i. Sweeney, C. C. Storinc, G. S. Thistler, of Garrard county, last week. nation of the otlice of Secretary of State (.ireenleaf ami K. W. Harric Mr. D,m M. Bowmar, the junior of the United States, to which I was apSun Jay evening tli 1 'ret-b- terton editor of the Woodford Sun, will, it is pointed by you on the 5th of March, cliutch wnH hnndtotncly decorated for rumored, take unto himself a helpmate 18S9. Those needing adjusted Watches can get the following movements the commencement eertnoti, which whs about the first of September. His indelivered by Itev. J. W. Lynch. o( Danat prices stated: H. W. Raymond's Si 6; No. 50 Elgin S20; No. 86 tended bride is one of Fayette's loveli !, Elgin $20; John C. Duber S14, Hampden; John C. Duber special ville. Quito n number of bin consrena-tioest daughters. Gazette. hear bis bountiful talk wore over to The marriage of Miss Annie Baugh-- 1 Si 7, Hampden. Other movements in proportion. All work neatly nudimprcBHlvo words to our youni: hulv man, the lovely and lovabLt daughter of1 and promptly done. Call and sec me. R013T. FENZEL. (raduatoH. Mrs. Alice Bfluuliinan, tonr. 1 Monte' Graham Frank has returned from Fox, an estimable young man of Boyle the Bible College, at Lexington. Mini rolleiitosMvin uill mniliilntn'tl. inimannicttintj', is announced to occur at the i ....v.. ....vw " Lula I). Slmiithtcr and Mr. Dolph Mnhan "Things do not Turn up till Somebody Cliristian clinch here on Wednesday, attended tin Bnco.Utur.nte nermon Pun Turns them up" o'clock. There will be Misis Owsley and June lo, at day night. MIm Carrie Wet has re- Newland executed the Troopers Joy no invitations issued to people of this .Our stock of. Mr. John turned from Lexington. very artistically and the chorus by the vicinity, but all friends are invited and was in town Bniiiditnan, of Danville, class, "The Night is Peaceful," was given expected. Sunday. Mrs. W. O. Bradley and daugh- with beauty and spirit. Conductor B. L. Butcher surprised "I Shall not ter, Christine, have returned from a vis Pass this Way again" was the subject of the natives by stealing Miss Maggie Ad- - , it to Indiana. Miss Heasio HurnMde is Miss Ophelia Lackey's essay, which sub- inns, the pretty daughter of visiting Mien Sue Herring. Mrs. Miller ject she handled very skillfully and J. W. A lame, at Uowluiid, and running .We have. .,.! knn urn v sltim? tier mother, .win ' totichiuglv. Miss Susie Ganu gave a otlto Jellico, made her his wife. The Mr. Will lrlce, n( C0U,,It. of lta10 H0o9 wIl,ol rov0( her old man didn't like it on account of the Danville, visited Lancaster bumiaj. Mrs daughter's nge. but like a sensible man -" "w - " ' """ Davis is visiting her daughter, Miss Be,- composed '" Misses McAnally, More- - accepted the situation and took both of sie, at the College. back to his heart and home. as pre- - land. Susie and Alma Gann produced k, There Ib n tiopulnr idea, sucli Thursday, May 20th, the"Crownod Diamonds" verycharming . . . tho t hue of our rn.t.. witn v. vai at the residence of the bride's motlier in Miss Anna Menefee s esay on ...v ,.,i, .i... i "The condition of public business in "" xia,y mm -'V"-"Volunteer for th Millennium" show- - Lexington, Mr. T.W. Sopor, of Paint tho department of State justifies me in In plain, plaited, puff and neglige. The best stock of Summer Une ouiuifto mm nv. tore urn couniry ii derwear in town. Scrivcn's Elastic Seam Drawers are the best. with much Lick, and Mis, Lou Mock, a charming requesting inai my resignation nuy uc 111 wiu limn A feature of the entertainment girl, formerly of Lincoln, were united in accepted immediately. effect. I have the honwould bo amply sutllcient to do the the holy bonds of wedlock. The atThe fact wns a vocal solo by Mrs. A. O. Hutlman, tendants were Mr. Charlie Higgius and or to be, very respectfully, your obedilighting of our government. . James flint ?7 "Sweet the Anglus was Kinging" to an Mi i....... w... "- -" Minnie Hawkins. At 0:30 a. m, ent servant, seems ui i.. " aecoiiimiiliiieiit on piano by MiM How Mansion, Washington, ,; the close ol tlie "Executive slice B. II. Dauks. the ceremony was said by Rev. Colli, .... ardandon t !.... tlie Secretary of Collars, Cuffs and Half Hose. We have added a line of June law war an . . ,.,....,. ,,s 0I1 of Uie sweetest of after which a quiet wedding breakfast Stato: lib, ISM. To this date, tender Mm Your letter of ...itMi. (..,! in tint name are now tie voices and she did it and herself great was served and tho happy pair left on tween 45 and &0 years of nge; many of credit, receiving long and loud npplause. the S o'clock train to visit friends in In ing your resignation of the otliceof Sec. rotary of State of the United States ha X them between oOaud 70. Xot one in Miss Laura McAnally's execution of diana and Ohio. . remaining is sutllcient-lIMC inuiBiii tfltir1i ;wn wmh.1. Vrtll We diii not find out until too late for UftU rciUlVril. Tl... I......O every 60 of those "Hhnpsodie Hongroine," with Misses vigorous to undergo the W. stout and Howard and Gann in orchestral part, our last paper that Mr. James All new and the latest styles. Remember that Thomas Emmerson's hardships of a campaign Their former was unusually tine. She has much muBrooks, formerly of Crab Orchard, but Sons' Shoes are the best. to aer vices would therefore amount fingers the like a true now general manager of the East St. and intlrm sical talent and Louis track and assistant secretary, had nothing if they were too old &c .artist. taken to himself a wife. The interestto perform military duty. In the event "There is nothing so kingly yv "p1 wk ni kindness, it nation, the ing event occurred in Cincinnati at the of a war with another And nothing so royal as truth." men of the country will have to was Miss Ella Wright's subject and hor residence of Mrs. U. P. Rathbone, and young do the fighting ami this w ill necessitate esay was well written and read in a the bride, was Miss Katharine C. Elbeit, a the same Amount of skill and discipline low and iniisic.il voice, one of woman s handsome and attractive .young lady that was required of the soldiers of the nweeteat charms. Another chorus by from Kentucky. The couple came next o rebellion. Many old veterans wouM of tho class ami then Prof. Hubbard, with day to visit relatives and friends at Crab inclination to respond course have the appropriate remarks to each delivered Orchard, after which they will return to to a call to arms, but like all things the diplomas to the young ladies. The St. Louis. We extend congratulations h..v ImvH bad their day and enn i Jubilee Overture' by Misses McAnally, and wish them a long life of unalloyed 3M .T . enjoy their honor complacently in their I I...1 .1... happiness. r tf Has a Complete Stock of being re.juirwl to ilo old age without CHURCH AFFAIRS. t.rniiriiiiiTiii. mill lilt, lu'ni'illpllnn liv lf.V is the duty ot the patriotic that which ....; I I... ill. ..1..I.IK1I.I mil.I , . .Clt livilll lliri. tiler,... iii.i.o.iifc CI... Itev. G. W Olden will preach at tbe vouth ol the liina. nnd 'l3. profitable session of : Christian church Friday night. -- Gov. McCreary informs Gen. u- J. a "v-i' vi.ii Rev. It. H. Crosslleld will fill Rev. Lnndram that the bill to pay him ?5 roues h'"u"Ho ol white, emblematic ol tneir in- - W. E. Ellis' pujpitatboth services Sun- state your desires are such as to leave .in nn .!.. l.t.ti .tti fArmtir fVtllikntnr Ctf WALL " r' day. V J "' me no choice but to accede to your Internal Itev.nue for the Sth District of Rev. W. E. Arnold will preach at wishes at once. Your resignation is eSig picture They c.,uitted them- Kentucky aa commissions on sale, o(! Alt, Xenia Sunday afternoon, at 3:30 therefore accepted. Very respectfully, taxpaid stamps, has been reported ,ia- Bcniamin Uaruisos. warileil uv neatly applause ami suowers o'clock. yours, vornblv bv the committee on claims. Convenof beautiful bouquets, making tho btiige The State 'Sunday-Schoo- l Hon. James G. Blaine." This claim was argued twice before the a veritable Garden of Eden. The only tion of the Christian Church will be by Gen. Lan- congressional committee FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. regretable matter connected witli the held at Carlisle June dram and tiov. McCreary, but the forRevs Jesse Walden mid John Bell pleasant event was the failure of John Lynn sold to P. X. Prewitt mer Congress adjourned w ithout any iry pretty little Miss Suie Lasley to read Gibon began a protracted meeting at his lambs for July 1 delivery at 0 cents. action upon the same on account of the her essay, owing to a conflict of opinion Rowland last iiiuht to continue as long We can serve no more mares with pressure of business. The claim is susMrs. Hubbard us to as interest is manifested. ot the supreme between her ami our fine stallion, Silver Tip. His brfok decMon tained by The Kentucky Chautauqua at which of the two she had prepared has been full for a month. Beazley Bros. of Gen. Landrain. the court in favor will open June -- S and hold till & should he used, ft is not our provinc Hays. of the same having beu repayment to sttle the merits of the case, so we Julv S, during which time the most Tho New York Journal declares that sisted by tho authorities of the treasury dismiss it with deep sorrow thatitshould prominent speakers in tho country will Alike D wver bet S'JO.OOO on Judge Mor-- 1 department; Judge Win. Lawrence, first and have occurred, for we are very fond of address the large crowds that the occa- - row for a place in the Brooklyn and for controller saying that while he thought draws. the young lady and have hi eh respect sion won SSO.OOO. it likely that the court of claims would Beginning with noxt Sunday tho Ctorla cures Colic, Constipation, "Castorln Is so well adapted to children that Sour Stomach, Diarrha'n. Eructation, J. K. and AL S. Baughman have preferred to lot them decide for the teacher. allow it, hu I rccominund It as superior to any jircscrlpUon Kilts 'Worms, giw blevp, and promotes dlTho entertainment given by the yonng churche of Stanford will hold union bought of W. E. Arnold, of Versailles, II. A. Ancatn, 31. 1)., Vnown to ine." it. Judge Lawrence is a remarkable ladies of the V. A. M. Society at the hwrviuess each Sunday night during tlie a jennet jack &'id to be the finest in out lujurlous medication. Ill So. Oxford St., Drooklj-n- S. T, character. He had all of his decisions The services next Sunday and was College after the exercises at the Opera summer. for Sl.'JOO. They will stand Kentucky Tiir Centivk Company, 77 Murray Street, N. Y as controller lmutid in volumes House was a decided hiicccm ami it will night will be held at the Christian him at $40 to insure. See pedigree in as proud of them as a hen with one live long in the memory of tlio.-- e who church. Further announcements next next issue. chicken. Once, when arguing a ciu-week. were fortunate enough to he Notick. We will shut down on before the supremo court, he referred to The young Indies had spared The session of the Biptist Theolog neither June IStli for 15 days to have some reopinion of a distinguished judge the time nor pains 111 preparing for tlie occa- ical Seminary nt Louisville closed last pairing done. All needing any custom ) X. MEKEFEk A. C. SINE and said he Had eminent authority to sion and the entire lower tioor of the week, when V2'i young men were given grinding done in that time will please sustain him. When asked by a member College was decorated with flowers in certain of graduation and certificates come in in the next 10 dayn. New Stanof the court to name his authority he evergreens, while the work on the de- schools, --'0 diplomas in English and five ford Roller Mill Co. St. thwm to mh Whi. Lawrence, referred lightful lunch must have takeii a good with degrees of Th. AL They are scattered J. L. Cogrir bought from Wash '250. page deal of the time they would have other- over many States, but none are from this Crutcher 4,000 bushels of wheat at S'J of wise spent preparing for the concert and immediate section. The census puts tho total wealth cents. S. Weihl, of Lexington, bought In accordance with nn appeal from the United States in lSOOnt SOiMm.OOO,-00- 0, commencement, at which they had just of A. B. Cheatham 100 steers and 10 bulls Bishop Alpheus W. Wilson Southern or moro than $1,000 per capita, an "acquitted themselves in a most creditaveraged about 1,'JoO pounds, at 3.90 .Methodists thrjtigh tbe Church Exten- that increase of 45.S4 per cent, during the able manner. The committee of recep-sio- n per cwt. The cattle have been on nlop was as follows: Miss Ophelia Lack- sion Board are raising J5.000 to build a at Gleuarme distillery during the season Rouh and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, brackets decade. Craig; Miss Essie Burch, church ut Osaka, Japan. This will bo just cloed. .Midway Clipper. and Verandah Work. At Port Jarvis, N. Y., Bob Jackson, ey, J. Newt The horse that used to be known as the first church the Exteusiou Board a negro, was lynched for criminally as- James Beazley; Miss Anna Menefee, Al the greatest trotter in the world, Itarus. XTD o Severance; Miss Ella Wright. Joseph has ever attempted to build outside of died on tho farm of his owner, Robert saulting Miss Lena McMahon. The Osaka has continent. Implicated William Murphy; Miss Susie Lasley, S. W. Mene- the American Tarrytown, V. Y., last week Bonner, confessed and The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. He was 23 years old, having been foaled Foley, a white man, who, be said, was fee. The young ladies were attired in 500,000 inhabitants. Air. T. P. Dudley, who has been the in 1807. He trottetl Ins first race in lb. 4 - - in a conspiracy to ruin Miss McMahon their graduating dresses ami were very sevand in 187S lowered the trotting record Oillce Misses Clara Lackey, Annie clerk of Tate's Creek Association for lovely. and the mob is looking for'bim. He cost Mr. Bonner SM.OOO. will be ordained to the minis- to J:13L William H. Lackey, who died at Green, Laura McAnally, Sue Baughman eral years, try at Waco, Madison county, next SatRoanoke, Va., recent. j, bore tho colors anil Will Severance and Prof. B. F. will probably go as a misVirginia Infantry in 3(5 battles Blakeman entertained and those who urday. Ilo of the l(EADY sionary to India in a short time. Rev. and narticipnted in 13 other engagements know the young ladies and gentlemen ordinaA. V. Sizemon.' will assist in the without receiving a scratch, though his feel that comment on their work is tion, and there will be no services at the was Tho entertainment flat? was shot from his hands several conso- a charming one and it was far Baptist church next Sunday in times and his clothing pierced by bulLquence. into tho wee sum' hours before the lets. Rev. T. K. Postell, a Baptist minisTHE BEST chairmau of the New York guests could get their cousent to lerfvu ter, is creating a sensation in Northern The Democratic Stato Committee has called the scene of joy and happiness. The Georgia by preaching that the world a conference of the regular delegation to lunch was done full justice to and will come to an end in a few years. Revthe Chicago convention to meet in New was n repast fit for tho gods. elation after revelation ha3 convinced Yord City Tuesday evening. It is intihim that the Jews will take up their CRAB ORCHARD. mated that Senator Hill will bo in atjourney to Palestine ou the 3d of April, Tho ladies ol Crab Orchard willivo 1800. On the same date in the year tendance and that something important The a strawberry supper for tho benefit of 1000, the new temple at Jerusalem will is in tho wind. At Memphis three of the negro ri- the Christian church. Wednesday even- be dedicated with impressive ceremooters weroBonteucedto the penitentiary ing, 8th. nies and Christ will make his second admore space than any Faint mixLION PAINT will cover one-hal- f for three yenra each, oue for one year, on the 10th of .May William A. James, of Louisville, es- vent on Alt. Olivet of assault and ed by hand and is guaranteed to give1 satisfaction. Accept no substianother was convicted the samo year. Good Agents wanted. Manufactured by battery and still another aciiumeu caped from two mobs at Lebanon Sunday A Cream of Tarlcr l)kinp Powder Highcit ot tute. Harper's yearlings brought $32,100 all iu Ieavcnin? strength Latcit United Sutet Judgo DuBose thought the punishment and at midnight was being pursued by a LION PAINT & COLOR WORKS, LEXINGTON, KY., Government food He port. d third. Desertion of his dying wife ROYAL UAKING POWDER CO, at New Yoak, the highest bringing too light, and after lecturing the jury, A. R. Penny, Druggist, Agent, Stanford, Ky. 106 Walt ttrrt, New York. ed the anger of the people. them out of the court room. y - NOW IS YOUR CHANCE. REDUCED RATES. n W' '" " "-- m zfflfcfoA S' Sp YOU SHOULD SEE I 1 1 .'i iiW Gents' Furnishing Goods. Mnnrtiiii. j '""" Soper-Moc- ' EVERYTHIN G IN SHIRTS, "., "'" ,.rl.h ' ' 1 4 ;'.., " " -. ,,,, .,,,., G.Bi-aisk.- " ELEGMT LIME KECKWEER, t r. I; j y 1 -- r 1 S11 , y K.A.nSTOE S03ST. I W.B.jMOBERTZ, i hu-.n- n - - I I . "',.,. '"" wt2L$k mifi Druggist and Jeweler, a.1.1-.- 1 u P' ri DttuiA BOOKS, PAINTS, PAPER, ,.,......:....,' 21-2- 3. j - 11 Lex-iugto- u Infants , Children. - e pit-sen- t. SINE & MENEFEE, SUSIi DOORS END BLISDS. WOVE1T nr-gr- WIEE SLAT FEITCB. Stanford, Ky. e and Yard Depot Street, 5'--M MlPN Pa nt IS 1 mm$ lltF MtrmLTV'S " MADE. POWDER Best is the (heapest wpw :i Absolutely Pure caus-ordere- id,-00- 0. - - , a-- v ' ft IwcrflMMM "' " ''" -- -: Lfc s An excursion traiu on tho 0. & N. collided with a passenger train near Sunday, killing three and wound ing 2o negroes. The fireman of tho ex cursion was also killed. The Intennont, one of the largest Virginia, was hotels in opened at Hig Stone Gap, last week with n grand ball in which a number of We people appeared. The seriousness of the great Mississ-- I ippi floods is shown by the fact that the direct looses are now estimated nt a total of $29.100,000 a loss unprecedented in the history of modern tloods. The talk of the country is Blaine's theAt McCook, Neb , tho Congregation J? wcclt we atric resignation. The gallery gods ae al church was demolished by a cyclone loud in their applause, but thinking and about 00 children, the ptstor and men do not believe he has helped his several teachers were buried in tho ruins chanct-- or added to his fame by it. The and about 50 of the children were hurt. of State opponents of the president are lighting The resignation of Secretary An aerolite, claimed to he the larg James G. Blaine, which was sent to the to the death and will either nominate est ever known, is reported to have president Saturday in very curt terms, Blaino or split the party. fallen in the Caspian Sea, near tho shore. was accepted by President Harrison in a The president has requested AsNtnnt It is said to project 12 feet above water, like manner, with no waste of official Secretary of State Wharton to hold but the depth of the water is not dismo. courtesies. It is the general impression things down in the department till he closed. jYo. l-- 2c that Blaine has resigned to enter the can get a man to boss the job. Out of 133,1120 trainmen in this Js'o. presidential derby in earnest and his country, 1,459 were killed last year and that he will win on the Mil. Wattkksoj is condescending 13,172 wero wounded. This is equal to friends claim haV lh hCUl , fi'st heat, even if a ballot be necessary. enough to remark that even Cleveland the loss in a great battle. Accidents in WG Wf After Mr. Blaine's letter declining to be cm beat Blaine. Well we should emile coupling cars killed over 550 aud wounda candidate, his action of Saturday seems ed over 0,000. THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. to indicate that he has been guilty of It is now stated that the robbers treachery and to have taken an unfair The bill to appropriate 512,000 to who held up the Santo Fe express at of advantage of the man who has appar- complete the Geological Survey was Ued Kock got 550,000 of the government ently been his truest friend and who killed in the Senate at Frankfort. It mouey with which it was intended to would have given him a clear track had will come up again on a motion to recon- pay tho Sac and Fox Indiaus for lands receutly purchased. he stated his desire at the proper time. sider. To wait till this lato day and then resign At Red Rock, O. T., a Santa Fe pas The bill increasing the rate of taxain an evident pet, will not serve to in- tion to 47J cents having been perfected senger train was held up and all the crease the admiration in which the py by the governor's signature, the auditor money in the express car taken. Two rotechnic statesman is held. If he is is sending out notices to the county hundred shots wero fired, but no one Od cost. lyTt nominated for president at Minneapolis clerks to make up their tax hooks accord- was injured. The Dalton gang are sus GO will ingly. pected of the robbery. this week, and it looks now like he II. G. Creekmore shot and badly be, the democrats will be forced to nomThe Senate reconsidered the vote by Cleveland. The result will which the tax increase bill was defeated wounded Jim Cornelison in Mad son. inate Grover be as in 1SS4 and tho country will be and passed tho measure and it was sign- He was calling on Creektucro's sister and given four years more of honest and ed by the governor. The republicans hearing her scream and thinking ho whs economic government. Proctor Knott and other nota voted against the increase, but enough guilty of improper conduct, ran into bles. democrats showed up to pass it over their the parlor and opened fire. All eyes are turned to Minneapolis protest. A blizzard is prevailing in Wyo Miss Mattiu Duke, of Indepon now where all tho republican cohorts ming, the snow being eight inches deep Mo., fs in Kentucky and will Mr. Birkhead's resolution calling ou are gathered. The convention will be our representatives in Congress to adopt on the level. Vegitatiou is practically be in Dan villi- - next week, to visit (Late Alexander's Hotel.) her and it is thought such called to order y measures as will grant financial re- destroved and cattle and sheep herders father. Col. Win. Duke. Mr. Stnntnn TMD T) n Tin IT Ti V 4' MPVAZED : AND 1 that a nomination will ha reached by lief to the farmers and laborers, was will lose heavily It is feared there will Cozntt nm, brh, nee Minnit, mv Wednesday or Thursday at latest. Har- killed in the House 40 to 23. Rates S2.50 Per Day ton. of Paris. Tiin.. nro victim, tho It was too be loss of life in tho mountains rison haB the machine, but the howlers vague and demigogical for the democrats In the Covington city court Wm. family of Capt. Jacob Cozatt, at Parks-- , Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Street-- , opposite the Court-House- , are for Blaine and noise goes a long way to swallow. D. Brent, the prosecutiug attorney, nt villf. Maggie, the little daughter of W. in a convention. Col. W. 0. Bradley toruey, attempted to cowhide William G. Proctor, is still very ill with brain fe- The Senate has appointed Smith, A. V. Jones, Sullivan, : W. R. LOGAN, thinks that Blaine resigned to enter the Gates, Alexander, Breckinridge and Mahou, city editor of the Covington ver. Mr. John Jetf, lato of Kansas Ci- : Marshall, clerks J. he is of the opinion that the Newman and the the House Garrison, Post. Mr. Mahon defended himself by ty, now of Chicago, is visiting his nee, but Manager. ' sister, " president will .win bands down. But if Welch, J. R. Thomas, Beard and Severs knocking Brent down. That's the way Mre. G. B. Woodcock. he doesn't and Blaiue is the nominee, committees to confer on the redistrict-in- g we editors do. In an election Satnrdav for common our friend will have to take a seat in tho There have been many distressing school trustee in wliitn district No. 21 T. bill and it is hoped that they will be extreme rear for the next four years, able to rise above personal preferences scenes around the mouth of the burning P. Curry received 107 votes and P. H. should the republicauB bo victorious. and act for the common good of the par- silver mine in Bohemia. One woman Idol 57 votes. It is thought Mr. Idol's ty. Filty pairs Ladies' Custom .Made dropped dead and another went mad. views on the taritl' and in regard to tho The story published in theOwensboro Hon. D. V. Tribble, of Madison, One hundred and thirty bodies havt free coinage of silver caused his defeat. Messenger that the Kentucky delega- was called to tho chair for the first time beeu taken out, but 250 miners are still LtTKii: Mr. Idol wishes it stated tlmt tion had left $203 of its hotel bill unpaid Friday, when his friends took advantage reported missing. he had positively and definitely decliued at tho St. Louis Convention, which had of the situation to propound all manner Representative Owen Scof, of Illi- to be a candidate for school trustee sevof Congressto bo settled by a brother o.' difficult parliamentary questions, but nois, who has been the champion of the eral days before the election; that he Broken sizes, all of the best makes, reduced from 53.50 per pair to man Caruth, stirred up a hornet's nest. he lipid his own 'admirably in the storm printers in the House, succeeded in hav- never recalled his declination and that Si. Castlenian says he saw that the they raised and resigned Gen. Sateens reduced from 15-- c per yard to ioc;Drcss Chnmbray re the chair to ing an amendment added to the post of- 'the placing of his namo upon the poll-full bill was settled and he is corroborat- Speaker Moore with honor, after having fice duced from 15c yard to 10c. bill providing that the department o'l was not authorized by him. Cotton Scree from i65c vard ed by letters from the other members of withstood for half an hour a fierce e. as shall not print the names of business be Jut or (Nre ai hot weather tempt there willEv- to ioc lr twcUomplaini in thli vicinity. the delegation. We are glad of this as More firms on stamped envelopes. Thcsc goods must go in the next 30 days, so call ' at once and ery pMOn and especially familir, oujni tohae the present delegation might find it hard hand ititunt Swollen by a cloudburst, Oil Creek, lomereliaMc mreicme ater o for bottle of (ue. In secure your share of the bargains. NEWSY NOTES. .asc it 11 nested. A 1$ cent to procute board at Chicago if such a Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Rtme.lv i in Pennsylvania, flooded Titusvillo and not denied. report was The Court of Appeala has affirmed swept uown fciream on wuihs, which ig- juit what yuuousht to have and all th.t you would He)!, even for the icvcr and datigcrout the sentence of death against George nited and set tire to the city. Over 100 aies It li the belt, moit mot reliable and inutt the D. G. Colson, candidate for Congress urcestful treatment Jones, who killed the marshal of Sharps', people are reported to have been burned tike, rortale by Dr. known and ii pliant to M. I., iluurne Druggiit in the 11th, having raised a row and a and Optician, Stanford, Ky. burg. Eighteen miles to death or drowned. rumpus by the call for the early convenH. G. Bobbitt, the Pulaski below the flood and burning oil struck This is Bostonese for memory: "Memtion at London, now proposes to the was held in $1,000 to the U. S. Oil City and set fire to different portions ory is nomination the concentration of waves cf other candidates that the Court. dead bodies molecular c rebral action in concaten-tioof the place. Forty-siby primary election. Several be settled Grant Thomas a Louisville negro, have been recovered there. It is thought vil with the have agreed to it, but he intimates that is to be hung for the murder of Birdie that the loss of life at Titusvillo and Oil bration of atomtic structure, arising J John Henry Wilson is not so anxious to Coleman. City will reach 150 .and may be 200. in the ray matter of the medulla oblonDuring the year iSyJ I shall keep constantly on leave it to th'e people as he has heretoffiJlVi.Sstev. The wall paper manufacturers of The loss of property in the two places is gata, aud hand a full and complete tcrmiuatini; in the corpus fore professed. He'll have to put up stock of the country have combined with a capi- estimated at 53,000,000. This combination awakens a up. now or shut talization of 514,000,000. spontaneous cerebration and irivea rife DANVILLE. A snow storm is raging in South Capt. Sam M. Gaines, one of the best to the phenomena of memory." newspaper men in the State and a most Dakota. The temperature has fallen Dr. E. M. Green, of the Firat PresHon W V. Lucas, Auditor of Ioa, graceful and accomplished writer, took, below the freezing point. byterian church, and Ilev .7. W. Lynch, iiji: "imieu'ta The Lebanon Enterprise tays the of dy in ray tamlly and have no he!S.S?.h editorial charge of that sterling paper the Baptist church, exchanged pulpits it It an excellent remedy I believ all that la the Covington Commonwealth, yester output of the distilleries in that locality Sunday. earned for it Per ion i afflicted bv a icujh or My stock of con! w.ll find it a filend." There is no danger day. With Laurie Blakely just over this season is 74,770 barrels. Bob Withers, Bettie Bowman and ' from whooping couch when this rcmedv is freelr ' Chen David C. Hardin, circuit court clerk Sam Crowdus, all negroes, got into, a 25 and jo cent b..ttle for sale bv Dr Nf. the Licking, the two can do much to L. Iluurne. Druggist and Optician, Stanford, Ky. elevate the tone of papers across the of Nelson county, is the new secretary Monday morning and), row Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers of other river in that city of sin the Paris of the Railroad Commissioners. eeyeti were each sent to the Near Lexington, the Woodburn days. of America. jjruiupi service, iov cnarges ana courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas DALTon in charge. nrm s training stable was burned, to 3 A. R. PENNY. W. P. Temple, G. D. Mahan and K. The Barbourville News plant has been gether with nine trotters. Loss 512,000. II. Fox have paid Mr. Jo Haas $2,000, In Dealer Bold to Phillips, Cecil & Catron and it The Columbia Spectator says that amount of her late husband's insurance Foreign and Domestic Fruits, will resume publication under the same Miss Britta Blair has 12 policy in the Danville Knights of Honor name this week with J. E. Murrcll, a living and none of them are very old. Confectioneries, Ac. lodge. capable newspaper man, as editor. "MaJimtown, Col., was almost tota'lv Has class baler W. E. Waller, O. J. Thurmond, Jce read, with htm a first like on short and ran lurmhs $7 Cakes and the notice. jor" Freeman is still non est, but it is destroyed by fire. The loss is estimated Hocker, Win. Clarkson, C. K. Teets himself to his at 51,000,000 and the insurance at 5250,-00supposed ho has hied and Mark Anderson compose a new THE STANFORD- down EiBt Yankee home, where if he CiThe cash balances of the National board of trustees elected at Junction will stay no one will complain. Co. Treasury nre lower now than at any oth- ty last Saturday. Mr. Nick White, of the West End, Cokiii.v is no have a newspaper. It er time since the resumption of specie , who has heretofore been in the Lexing-- Ha, contractea with responsible first loriunianta will appear June 15th and will be a payments. ner- - t and wi,J hve the Ice and Electric Plants comple. BO excited and ., teI in about sixty darsj the Water Plant toon af. T wen eeven column folio. Mr. D. T. Chesnut veil men who volunteered ton Asvluin. became be editor and proprietor and the to rescue the miners imprisoned in the vons that it was UlOUClll ueat eu ecuu terIn order to nlace individual contract! in ad. will vance Tor paper will be sent for the low price of burning silver mine in Bohemia, were him back acaiu Monday. It is thought offers the Water nd LlectrU Light, the Company following. a few weeks' treatment will restore him. 31 a year. Corbin is growing rapidly killed by falling timbers. Necessary water pipet will bo laid, connected to of Lebanon, now rruins at actual cost lor pipe and work. James Brand, late It is announced that Chauncey M. and its prospects are very fine for beElectric wires put In and necessary futures furAnd vc can show as nice an assortment as the people have coming a town of size and import- Depew will make the speech placing of Shelby City, was acquitted toaturtlay j nished free ol charge. To be of bet quality and cuarantecd tojhe Harrison in nomination at the Minneap- by Judfco McFerran of a charfcjo of evad- satisfaction. ance. T of adopted rates It olis convention. ing the payment of toll on the Lebanon per he schedule than it usually Klvtn. (rem 15 to jo cent. loer Mb. TnouAS H. Fox is playing a lone Three hundred lwuses. with tlmir pike, Beveral weeks ago. Jno. Conly, hand with the Danville Democrat now, contents, belongingtoworkingmen, were accused of dynamiting fish, was also Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. his partner, Mr. Morrow, having retired. destroyed by fire at, Slobodka, Duelling of 3 rooms, one faucet Russia, $ 5 00 Brp. Fox has found out what we could and great auuitionai room 50 child ot .uoso botdestitution resulted. A mx year-olhach additional faucet 00 All Styles and Colors of have told him at first that the fewer At Kensington, Pa., J. K. Tdmer's toms, colored, who lives near Atoka, Stores, Hanks and Private Offices, laucet... 5 00 bosses around a printing office the bet- house was blown up by (dynamite 3 00 - llatru, private, one laucet slater by etrik- Hose attachment lor sprinkler and killed her IS months-ol5 09 ... ter. ..I private, 2 00 nuuu, muuTurner and Miss Emma Schefler were m her Willi a liiuuo uif ....! U'o.lnou- - Stables, additional one animal tacn animal 00 Gov. McUkeaky taya the confusion killed. Mrs. Turner and two children dayiiicht. She had, about a week be- Electric Light Rates. fm-.-. several of its too nails off and internecine Btrife in the republican were injured. ""-- inanhfd For commercial use: The body of James Kelley, a noted with a hatchet. party increases the hope of electing a One arc and three 16 c. p. incandescent lamp moonshine informer of Larue county, Tho commemoration issue of tho 1'crywar . .....$70 00 democratic president in November, a Home-Spun- s. er 16 c. p. each incandescent light, per mo. 60 consummation devoutly to be wished was found in Green river with his head Centre Collego Cento is an unusually " ao " ' ' 06 . .1 II II crushed. It is supposed that he Informinteresting number. Together with a 2 II .1f II ?. and which he confidently predicts. Il II II I. I. ) reading mated once too often. larne quantity of excellent For Residence Use: We are very glad to seethe Lexington A resolution in the Florida conven- ter there are portraits of John M. Har- For 1st 16 c. p incondescent lamp per mo... (o ,. i 3,j i Observer again. Col. John O. Hodges tion indorsing Cleveland was voted lan, Senator J. C. S. Blackburn, Senator .1 .,,, .. .. .. .. ;;; , is liko a fish out of water when not in down, although tho dispatches say that Geo. G. Vest, Hon. Boyd Winchester, ' ... JO tho newspaper buslnes?, for which he the delegition to Chicago will not op- Hon. W. C. P. Breckinridge, Senator For each additional Forlurthcr information, apply to Young Brown, pose the a very decided talent. W HAYDEN.Sup't.&c. has J Wilkinson Call, John Miss Ci.au a Boswull, of tho census bureau, w!io confesses to the sad imSemi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal peachment of boin nn old maid, testi fied before nn investigating committee that favoritism is shown by the STANFORD, IvY., June 7. 1S92 or oilicers in dealing with the supericlerks. Tho old are forced to work till they almost drop in their tracks, while the young and pretty ones enjoy themselves in ease and idleness. This is pretty touch, but it is human nature. Beauty rules ttie world and it will always be as .Hiss uara says, consequently it Is use less for her to kick. Kits-8ellviil- e South-We&ter- n WAT WE CAN DU 4 U. can save a money n anithing in this ofer W. P. WALTON. Har-rodsbu- rg THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE. Our Klothing, Shu and Dri Guds Line, ai-x:ri.-S s Speslna.1 Bargain Bar gin l:Ol Kaliho at 5 seats a yad. Ginghams at 10 scnts a yad. 2:0l 12 Bargain Guds at Bargain $:Olress a lot r liemnants wich Prises. thisLCdif' wil sel u at halfpris 25 rols of Mating jus rescued. Lull at 'em. Gents, don't fale line ioluhatour FANCE WITE VESTS AT $1.50 20 Men's Ol Wul Lite Color Sutes at $5: Od Sumer Cotes and Vests from 50c up. Pance at at Another lot Helmets just opened, at 50, and tls THE LOUISVILLE ST ORE. as THE j ISx-Go- v. WILLARD. Louisville. Kv. to-da- ; jM !MB&y9. T J.J. , The Bottom Knocked Out SSIhlcx&ss r;. 36-inc- b h fusil-Itd- 't W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. nioou-shine- r, x n hyperbo-nietaphysica- A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER col-losui- n. te Drugs and Paints, Oils, Sk & Stationery. i ToiletArticles Glass, Books, i WATCHES, CLOCKS & l JEWELRY work-hous- e )foWMZmwma grand-parent- s 0. -- SPRING CLOTHING ! IS Water, Light and Ice ty-s- e OUR STOCK COMPLETE Ever Seen in Stanford. d 1 1 d 1 i Cassimeres, Worsteds and Please Examine and Price Them. I- M 11 11 ai-- tl M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. !" ..' cf JHtttE-Semi-Week- ly BF M v fine soda water aparatus Is now in Cikcuit Court began at Liberty GO TO TJie business manager, R. C. operation. Call and get a glass of the Warren nnd W. L. Withers went down. Miasm Mattik am Maooik Owblky best you ever tasted. A. It. Penny. went to Danville yesterday to remain 1892 during the commencement exercises. Will the young lady who took Mits The Merry Bachelors request that all Ktantokd, Ky., Junk Kmma Moore's music from the Opera tho spectators at the hop, Friday night, Miw. Thomas Metcalf had gotten well House by mistake please return it to will go to the gallery, v. hicli has been Jetsa-min- i' especially prepared for them. K.c.WAi.TON.Bus. MonaRor enough to return to her homo in this ollice? yesterday. n. The board of trustees of Stanford FeMu. M. J. Hahris, who lins been travIn in Court of Appeals in tho case of MEANS BUSINESS. - FOR eling in the West for several months, the Fitat National Bank vs. Mattingly, male College met yesterday and decided wbh here yesterday. Wall imi-k- nml points nt V. U. etc., the petition for rehearing and tho to withhold the diploma from Miss Las-le- y until a full and satisfactory investiMies Eixks Uallou hw returned from petition for modification were both overEncuiavi.no beautifully and nrtistirnily Somerset, where bIiu taught a luge mu ruled. gation of her right thereto has been dona nt A. H. Penny's. made, at her request. Everybody symsic class during the session. Ul' your books and tcbool (supplies of Tin: railroad boys aro congratulating pathizes with slio little lady and hopes L. D.S.oiraos, editor ul the Barbour-villall kindts from A. H. Tunny. Leader, accompanied a pretty Lex- tho "Old Man." as they call General everything will bo arranged satisfactoHavk your, wntcli, clock and jewciry Manager J. (J. Metcalfe, on the arrival at rily. repaired at A. It. Penny'. All work ington girl to Junction City yesterday. his lioun of a "pair of twins," which warranted, Maik Fehrell got into trouble at CITY AND VICINITY. Hkmkmiikii that all silverware, watches. innde tlieir advent a few days ago. Rowland the other nfternoon. He ritiKH, Ac, boiiKht at A. H. Penby's will Fruit jars at McKmney Bros. be engraved freo of charge. 1 Tom Wnrren, a brakeman, say have employed R. M. Smith, a splendid shoemaker from Lexington, Vn., that he, Ferrell, was a binder and would at J. II. Foster's. Fruit Jars PERSONAL POINTS. p p p ami am prepared to do all work given not fight. He went to him and said that For Plants, see O.J. Xewlaud. me. Repairing ladies' flexible bottoms n ho preferred for a man to sny to his face has returned from tho Job Skveraxce MONEY, MONEY, MONEY. specialty. Ladies' fine shoos also made, anything he had turning him, when Bible College. Soda Water nt W. II. McKoberts'. Warren repented his words. Ferrell MitH. L. 1). Cook spent last week with T.J. Hatcher. That is what we want to turn goods into money, at prices that evthen struck him over the head with a Binder Twine nnd machine oil at J. her mother in tho country. W. E. Varnon has called the pistol, which erybody can see and realize. The clouds have rolled by and midJuikie went off", and they clutchB. Foster's. Miss Sis ltouT goes to Danville magistrates to meet with him iu county ed and fought till one of Warren's friends summer is upon us. What you need is with Otter & Co. to take a position Sue the (lurnay Hefrigurator before court next Monday, 13th, to authorize struck Ferrell on the head with n poker, Mil Thomas Miller Owsley has " buying. McKinney Bros. the issual of S'J.OOO in bonds to pay out- nearly braining him. The trial is set for from College at Lebanon, Tenn. P standing indebtedness and get the counMr. John Smiley, of Birmingham, is There are 14 prisoners in tho county ty on n cash basis vUitliii? bis mother. Mrs. Kate Dudder jail now, all but four from thU county. India Linens, Crcpons, Mull Tissues, Organdies, Shanton Pongcs, T. J. Cress writes that ho did sell the The Hays brothers, Sam, Jeese and We now have a stock of woven wire Mu. and Mm. Jons T. Lynn and LitLace Henriettas, Fans, Parasols, Laces, &c, &c. Anything to keep Horace, fell out over a banjo and fought boye cider at Waynesburg, and much to tle Wray, ore guests of Mrs. Mollio and slnt fence made of oak pickets. Sine We have them all and need the money like cats and dogs Marshal Newland his surprise and disgust he found that you cool at the least money. & Menefeo. Wrny. p ' found It out and marched tho kit before they were getting boozy. Then h sold worse than we need the goods. Come and try us. We have also Mn. I'EYTqs Doi'olah, of Carterviltf, Nkw China, Cilass and (Jueenswarj Judge Carson, who fined Sam So, Horace the barrel to W. B. Gooch, who rolled it more has been visiting his daughter, Mrs. Joe lust receioed ut A. A. Warren's "Mode' ofl'of his premises to the railroad S10 and sent Jesse to jail 10 days and Hardin. and proceeded to dispose of it in Grocery." fined him $23. They are all sons of old . Kiev, and Mrs. W. J. Ward, of Somer-set- , Hats,-:-Shirt- s, raised copious quantities. Either that or Lee's For stealing n pair of shoes from A. Major, who doesn't seem to have are visiting her sister, Mrs, Dr. is. U. white whisky got them all drunk and right. T. Nunnelley, S.im Gimst was given 80 them Hooker. p p they proceeded to make things hideous Shoes, Drawers, Ties and everything needed by the human family Grltln Car- days in jail. Dr. Kii ALCon.vand John The parents and friends of the pu- with knives, pUtols, razors, &c. Mr. . Colof Hustonville, ware here Come to our store and we will show you how quick Cress claims to be as law abiding n citi than money. lisle Alcorn, Lost. A fountain pen. Finder will pils who took lessons in art at the lege must have felt gratified Friday zen a any in tho county and that an you will dash down the money and take the goods. jesterday. We sell the receive liberal reward by returning to Mus. John Hell Giimok returned Satwhen they looked on tho work they had enemy has tried to injure him, which goods for what they are, as near as we can judge, and try to sell the Fenzel. Itibert urday from n vMt to her mother nt Wildone during the scholastic year just end- latter, so far as we nre aware, is a misif this is true. We A good, Bccond hand, llMiorse-poweliamsburg. ed. Mits S. Eva Bedinger, who is a take. Mr. Cress was not arrested, as the best values for the least money. Come and see Warren, who has been portable engine for sale at n bargain. most excellent instructor in her line, is county attorney tells us, because it is are here to do business and to keep employed. No trouble to show Miss Marie attending school in Louisville, returned SeeOeo. D. Wimrun. wrapped up in her work nnd tho care not against the law to sell cider, the goods. J. S. HUGHES. p home Friday. kinds of rouuh lumber for sale nt and pains she has taken to Impart her statute simply prohibiting the selling of All thoroughly evinced. spirituous, vinous and malt liquors withMn. AM) Mim. J. P. Davis have none New Lumber Yard near the depot. knowledge has been of Mr. the -drawings by the younger out license. An effort, however, was to Winchester to visit the family The J. T.UItuikenship. Kichard Burnett. pupils showed marked ami wonderful made to get a warrant againcr. him. Mr. Kcv. ami Mrs. W. K. Ki.lis left yes Falu Mrs. Maria Conner wm attack progress nud as did tho oil pninting of J. B. Pax ton went over Thursday to n visit of two weeks to ed with vertigo Sunday about noon nnd the older set of young ladies. tirdny prosecute the boys engaged in the disp p falling out of tlie dors of the Myers in Ulargow. graceful row, but they had made themThe Lexington lender upcaks of Hor-ne- e House, was budlv bruised, though it is Tiik fit.- League championship game selves scarce ami nn trial was hnd. of base ball of the tenBon will be played Bowmnn, captain of the Kast Max- thought not seriously. clipped from th Ft Thelitllowliigitwn. " Is Receiving His by the Danvilles and Interior Journals well Base Ball team. well coutU II. Chaitell freeing to be on nt Rochester Park this afternoon at 3. worthlew a. IWmocrat,''Mr John information thW , Ji'ikie J. Roth, of of the alumni, was rtwrn'rirK Mr. J. II. , , In int with an aicidtut a frw day recently electtop nt Rowland. Batteries, Etting and Jones for Dan- city to respond to the address of welcome at tprainln; and bruiting hW !; and arm quite w ed jwliee judge there and Saturday the villes; Matthews and Arthur for Interior .urd by tne o cent botU of Central University Inst night. TJm remedy u without an Tain lialm. school trustee who nn in hisiuterest for Journals. Umpires, Sheridan and equal lor prattip tnd ituit and ihould lime a Mr. Jok Hardin, of Corbiu, came Goods Warranted and a Perlect Fit Guaranteed. Gic me call. place in ery hou.hld. For Hie y Ur.M. L, Hilton, was elected Mr. J. II. t Tho Interior Journals areuow bourne, and Oplicuu, Stun lord. Ky. down Friday to see his wife and son, teacher, P. Kwmn by .VI to 7. over J. down to hard practice and a good game who have been here eoveral weeks. pap IjAslky has engaged s NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Mr.Tiiomai The manager of Liunietta Springs, may bo expected. Admission 25 cents; nnd stenographer for Mas- Cnpt. Thomas Richards, writes us to an- boys under 12 years 15 cents. Ladies ter Mechanic C. J. Thompson at Kow- - nounce that the grand opening hop free nnd nre cordially invited to be pres. there will occur Tues lay evening, 14th, ent. laii'l. 3 p Mimes Mollie K. Moore and Pearl nnd to extend a cordial invitation to all Whitewashed. Those who had anMoore, who have endeared themselves .Dealers In. to attend. ticipated seeing a good game of ball Frito all who have been thrown with them Til 1: Seminary doted last week with- day were greatly disappointed. In the in the College and out, have returned to out nnv foo'Iihness. the only incident first place the Mutuals, of Louisville, Boone county. their home in and The Missouri Bankers will hold their' being that Leo Rnuey was awarded n telegraphed they could not come scholarship in Centre College, worth ;50, tho lovers of the sport thought they cond Annual Convention at Sedalia Juno 0 nnd 10. Secretary Breckinriuge for being tho best student. Prof. u. t. would see no game nt all. Secondly Hard- -, Queen- -, Tin- and Glrtssware. JourJones, of the Mississippi Valley Trust Blukeman will now turn his attention to they saw their pets, the Interior defeated by the nals, overwhelmingly the law. Co., isone of the vice presidents. t ' :. Danvilles, who weie telegraphed to come Mil Laura McAnally, the pretty There was a slight change in the and take the place of tho Louisville team. I will ma' e the ent seaon at my place on the '' little blonde, who has attended the schedule of the L. & N. Sunday. Tho bull Danville i ike The score was 13 to 0 and as tho game Jjfor theteouwith the at'Ove Shorthorn to beat a Sam hai proen hi'nielf for several sessions, went to Knox-villmail now arrives at 1.20 south bound part soo-- brcedr and the purilu's attention is called Saturday to spend tho summer p. m , instead of 1.34 as formerly. This consisted of so many errors on the to him of tho home team the less said about it A D HOOT. Stanford, Ky. with her mother. will necessitate the earlier clciug of t tho better. Richmond Register fays Mifs The for the mountains, which Mrs. here, Courts says will now be at 1 o'clock. Mlnvn Phelps, who is OR An L'oly Case. Incensed at Prof. J. gave a fox chase in honor of her guests, M. Hubbard for refusing to award his AT- hand. A Our old friend, M. 1). Hughes, wns de- daughter her diploma unless she read hl(h,HROW.V MARE PONY, ibJut lump on which wns grently enjoyed. This is demano and tall, roaihed, a small you know. termined to gut a school, it beems, aud the essay Mrs. Hubbard decided on, Mr. bad, letter "K." branded on luft jjw; alia brand cidedly Knglish, on left hip. Any one eivinc any information Miss Olive Huffman baa our tlmuks he succeeded. A trustee was run in his L. M. Lasley assaulted him near the hrrecoery will receive a liberal reward LanjS W. J. ROMANS. I ancatter, Kr for nn invitation to nn open session of interest here, at Rowland and at Friday afternoon and beat Ho was bested in the two formUni- caster. the Oollan Society of Kentucky liiiii severely in the temple and face. It 1DB,. versity, at which Mies Florence Tanner, er, but won in Lancaster hands down. seems that the professor, who had no of this county, read nn admirable essay Ho is a good teacher nnd deserves a feeling in the matter, as he alleges, pave Office oppoite Coffc Houe, good school. on Culture. to protect the discipline of his school, - Misses S. Kva Bkdinoeii and Georgia Tue rac forschojl trustee in this dis passed La.leyand said pleasantly, "Good .. - . t (. ii iii-Kirtley, of the College faculty, left for trict wns unite a warm one. It was un- evening, .ur. ly 6m uoii i ppeas iu their respective homes, Krlanger and derstood iliat Dr. J. F. Peyton was run- me," retorteil Lusley. "I don t expect Coolers, Ludlow, Fridays They are very accom- ning in the iuterest "of Charley II olines I'll be the loser by it," returned Huband wu hope to see and A. A. Warren for M. I). Hughes for bard, when' Lasley said, "Goon, and do plished teachers them back nt their old posts in Septem- teacher of the public ichool. The re- not speak to me again." Then, accordwhen von can always find ber. sult was a victory for Peyton by 34 ma- ing to Lailey, the professor, with his Yourself to death palatable and nice at McKinney, Mrs. Thorinp-to- u Mrs. J. I. jority, the vote standing for him 00 aud finger shoved against Lasley's mouth, and Miss Johustou, of Alabama, are for Warren 6U. said sharply, "And don't you look at mo ' JESSE D. WEAREN'S, visiting Mrs. A. J. Mapes, at Crescent W. K. Vowels, who was last week again." At this Lasley struck Hubbard, Hill. Mrs. E. M. Wattsand Master HenWho Vceps Iresh from the marked, the gardens and catching him around tho neck with and orchards at ry Tyler Watts have gone to Lincoln fined 5500 in the Boylo county court for to batter him in visit among relatives. selling beer in less than 10 gallon lots, his left arm, proceeded county for a short has made application for license to sell tho face witii his right, till . Choice Fruits and Vegetables, Lasley was arrested and Referring to Judito J. W. Alcorn's mnlt liquors iu this county. Mr. Vow- parted them. Candies, Cakes, Crackers, n warrant for assault ......nt nninnrninise of a large suit, tho els nt present hns his business at Junc- held till and battery being nfterwards gotten out, ML Vernon Signal says that the judge is tion City, but if the license is granted Drummer1 Lunch lllsculti. Graham Wafer, Reprofessor was taken home by ception KlWrs and etrythmg nice and good to one of the ablest lawyers in tho State, him he will move his beer house to tho while the. and his wounds, which are cat. No stale good alio eU to accumulate. and for that matter, in tho knowledge of edge of Lincoln, where tho Knob Lick his friends severe, dressed by a physician. tho itriuviplea of law and in their ap- - pike intersects tho Hustouvillo mil Dan very And the wool better. Dip your Sheep just after shearing. action is severely coudemned by pike. WBBk plication, the rankH alongside tlie beet villo f nearly all of our citizens, many of whom In town. Swectet Hams In the talent o( any State. The Anotiiek Gragg has been placed in called on the professor to express their market best Flour as LOW than anywhere in the Two and a half gallons of Dip to 100 gallons of water will dip 150 Trices Miss Ada Sutton returned from a jail to keep the other one's company. Goods delivered tree of charge. Produce of city. Sheep. indignation as well as sympathy. We all kinds taken In exchanire Give me a call. three weeks' stay at rineville, which Craig Gragg was delivered to Jailer OwJESsE D. WEAKEN. believe Mr. Lasley made a serious missho enjoyed very much, and left yehter- ens Friday night by Sheriff Moren, of will recognize it when day morning for her home in Hockport, Laurel, charged with robbing the depot take aud that ie A. G. Lanham he gets cooler. Tho attack could not John H, Castleman. Sho Ind., to spend tho heated term. at London and malicious wounding. reand typewriter Gragg was originally from this county remedy the matter and it could only has been stenographer in giving greater prominence to for Judge Alcorn, in both of which ac- anl his character does not seem to have sult have been amicably adjustcomplishments sho is very expert. Her improved siwe he left it, when it was what might ed. Besides tho professor is a very frail friends hope to welcomo her buck iu a bait tfnough. He has broken out of the man, much his antagonist's senior and few months. London jail, or been let out, four unable to cope with Lasley in any physTin: following young Indies and gen times. p ical etlbrt. Lasley felt, he says, that his tlcinen attended the return party at IS. Owens is circulating a daughter had been insulted and being a Mu. James from here: Misses Nannie, Kittle, paper nnd soliciting members for tho very impetuous mnn, ho could not reSue Uaughmun, Mattie, Annie and when ho thought he was Linda Owsley, Annie and Mary Kentucky Fish and Game Club. It strain himself & CASTLEMAN Lackey, Ger- costs you 50 cents to join and tho pro- spoken to simply a? a taunt. He has B Alcorn, Clam and Ophelia man and always our ceeds go to the apprehension aud prose been a MANAGERS, trude Howard, Louis Tiptou, Mamie ho has been guilHale, Jennie Wnrren and cution of violators of the laws protecting friend, but we feel that Lynn, Aunio our fish and game against wanton do ty of a grievous wrong and that he will Commerce Building, Louisville Misses Miller Rnd Fields, guests of the struction. A petitiou will be scut to havo magnanimity to say so himself Agents throughout tho South. Misses Lackov and Baughnmn, Messrs. Craig, G. A. our legislator and senator, asking the when the edge of anger wears ofl. A W. 13. McKinney, W. N. of more vigorous laws. Dyna- resort to biute force Is always deplorable Lackey, Jas. Yeager, J. S. Owsley, Jr., J. passage W. A. TRIB3LE, Local Agent, just received. And examine the Studebakcr. Car-loa- d nndBhouldnot be tolerated in a H.Tlaughman, Harvey Helm, Carroll miting ought to be made a felony. STANFORD. KY. community. Sayings. Bailey, W. A. Trfbble. lNTERioRjouRNAL!vm!rJ'""F',"'m" V'"""B ', " D"" yes-torda- y. A. A. Warren's i.- "Model Grocery" tfi'. o FRUIT JARS, JELLY GLASSES, TOPS AND GUMS, SEALING WAX, &C. over-hen- rd TURN, TURNT TURN. to-da- y Elegant White Goods, Clothing,-:- - m right-of-wa- y te m ' r m " i K I-- free-han- MU6.RUPLEY,-- 4 fr rela-tiv- es iattteiilH&lI Mudi-to- n, Pax-tun- He-wa- s Iham-bcrlain- 'p " Spring & Summer Goods -- Dru.-gu- book-keep- er FARRIS & HARDIN - j Staple & Fancy Groceries s-A-im- Col-leii- o Just Received a Beautiful Line l Chamber Sets and Lamps. 3 well-know- n m m STRAYED STOLEN. n, BEABONABJCJEi &GB lead-nifT- to post-otli- co B.K.&W.H.Wearen's. Traces, Collars, Pads, flames, Leonard Refrigerators, White Mountain Freezers, Water Etc. J. A. AMOIT, Stanford. Kentucky. Garden Tools, Rakes, Hoes, Spades, Shovels, i DOSTT SMRYE ome-thi- ... SSiieep JLXC Cures Scab nnd Itch, Kills Ticks nud Lice, Courier-Journal- Makes Your Sheep Healthier MoKIlTlTE BROS. Las-ley'- s Staple Groceries, And Provisions, ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. Do You Need a Wagon ? ' t Insurance Company, AltBBE Dun-vill- o P m Mag-gioan- d law-abidin- g CALL AT Li J.B.FOSTER'S law-lovin- liar-rodsbu- rg g v. 1 !).. ftwWs5wsrr5ij5rt?4 X Semi-Weekly InteriorJourne AT MY GRAVE. From Dear Kate's forget-nie-ue- Scrap-Boo- You need not plant upon my grate fcv r i Published Every Tueadoy nnd Friday 5 $2 rjsu vjcvrt -- ir ad v-a.- : cis When not so paid 32. BO will lie charged.TsH t, The sweet Nor myrtle, roe or evergrwn, Lest 1 should lie forgot. Nor would 1 hae the marble proud, With monumental grace, To tc4l the stranger passlt g by, .My humble resting-place. Excursions. Tho Queen & Crescent HOUSE AND LOT FOR RENT. Training and Breaking Stable, Route hr8 granted reduced rates to tre haxopned up A. M. Pence's Stable and Tret-- I Is a Candidate for Circuit Judgrlti the Mth Dis I offer for rent the House and Lut belonging to ting Course and am now prepared to handle hors- - Itlet, subject to the action of the democraticfollowing meetings: part estate of Capt. t.alnes irate, and adjoining ci in thn brut manner. I have Mr. Pence's old ...- At Old Point Comfort, Va., Traveler the j street, niaiuoro, trainer, Roily Mrgati,one or the best in the Kv month or V. IIUGIII-Protective Association, June 10 to IS, outnessIh right 100m., good well ana necessary them forWill handle horses at Ji$ nduring the break furnishing feedingtime. II. T. NOEI, 1 bus-Ine- ss 1SD2. P. M. McROHERTS, At Xicliolnsville, Womens Miesionnry Society Kentucky Conference, June 4, 18-2- Agent. Stanford, Ky. have all the equipments, such ns harness, carts, Ac. Give me a trial as 'ULrOUD MKSSER, Statif.nl, Ky I, $10, JOHN Is a Candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney In this the ijth Judicial District, subject to the action of thr Demotraiy lSd'2. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. 1 do not care that stranger's eyes atf j:ro p. m. Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail train going North South Eipresi train " South North .Jj" ....I J l) pm 134pm 1125 5 am am Lscal Freight North...... ..659 am 511pm South. passengers. The latter trains alto carry The above is calculated on standard time. Solar time Is about 30 minutes faster. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Should rend who sleeps belv. And then pan 01. with careless step , Unthinking as they ga. And if no marble marks the place, No rotes charm the eye, Then none sae those who loved me here Will kno where I shall He. You need not line my name Inscribed, The year, the month, the day, To tell with monumental pride The time I passed away. Nor would I have tall branches wave, Or weeping w Mows bend In mournful sadness o'er my grave, To say here sleeps a friend. At Campbellsville, Southern District Convention of Colored Baptist?, June 10, lSft-- Go to Earp's Art Gallery )ur phctozraph taki with all the n ICE I wW Row-lan- I ICE I I JAMP.SP IIU."II, stnnftird, Ky. Gov. Jnincs IS. McCrcary To have He keeps up At Louisville, Kentucky State Dental 1S02. Association, June At Paducali, Kentucky State Teach1S02. ers Association, June At Louisville, Kuights of Honor, of Kentucky Anniversary, June 2S to July 'J2-2- .1, 'JS-..- '. iletler Latest Improvements, iy hundred u-t- lee every morning in Stanford nnd at one cent per pound or Mxt cents per All account due last of each wnpk. Is a Candidstv for Congress in thr sth Conjrei-ssona- l District of Kenlmk), suhj.Lt to the action of the DcinKtatic panr f And will giveyou gn.nl atlfacti"n A J K A Rl Stanford J. S. OWSLEY, . JR., 0, THE SHELTOK HOUSE. To .Farmers. ItOWLAND, KY. This House has been refitted throughout ; Is a Candklate for Comn oncalth' Attorney, mb the party. In any Jel ta the action ofwhichDemo'-ratitLincoln .ouuty may b JuKfal District to assigned. am. ; Fast Q AC p m.; New Orleans Limited 3:1; p. m.j Special 8 40 p m. tZ North-boun- d Q &C Special i a. m.; Blue m ; Cincinnati Limited 2.07 Grass Special p. m.; Fast Mail a.41 p. m. South-boun- d ss Trains pass Junction City as Mail follows Special 1136 agents, or addre8s D. G. Edwards, G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. Rofreshlngr Rotreata. Summer dajs are fust approaching nnd ow is the time that excursionists. Dleasurvicekpr and sportsmen should fiirure out n route for their sum mer vacation. In tlnlng so. the delightfully cmd summer and fishing uorts located along tho Wis consin (.utitral Lines come Mvldlr to vl,', nmstg which nre Fox Lake. Ill . Lake Villa. III.. Muck- waiugn, Waukesha, Cedar Lake, Neeiiah, Waupa v icihi-si- n ca, rmeni, iieiiernui ami matm. w has within the lat five jenr become the center of attraction tor more pleasure seeker hunters and fishermen than any ntlier Mate In the Union and increa-t-- s again ee the enchlit landcape, the de-I- the tbalmm fragrance charming breathe tli.it i a part ot the Invigorating Mtmotphere, wander thnitigh the colonnades of tntelv pines and hook the speckled beauties u Ith a hand made fly For pamphlets containing valuable iiifurtnutiofl, I). I". A.. T S. 1'AT etc., apply to nattatiooga, Tetih. JAS C. POND. General Passenger and Tlclet Agent, I'hicRgo, 111. I am Agent for Ihe ' elebrated Deeringf : Harvesting : Company, For further information ns to late?, to And offer their sleeping car berths, etc., call on ticket county Their Machines acethe people of Lincoln unexcelled and their Hinders 2, 1S92. has A LIVERY ATTACHED. lllue-Gn- j:wi For Boils, Pimples carbuncles, scrofulous sores, eczema, and all other blood diseases, take that careless hearts Should coldly pass me by, I know the step of love will wakss The echoes where I He. And If no true and loving friends Keep record of the spot. If on no heart my tiame's Then let me be forgot. I do not care Reapers and Mowers stand the highest of any in Transient tustom solicited the market. Also keep all kinds nf futures oil J. W CARRILR.Prop Voiy hand fee me before purchasing. Office at First II UAl'GHMAN, National Uank J Stanford, K. it-i- Tor Salo In the corporate limits o HOTEL AND SALOON AT ROWLAND I IB"1 Twenty Builcliiijj Lots Kowlin d. H. 1. O IR S.A. Xj IE. divi-lon- Ayer's Sarsaparilla It will Let no dlstrmt or malice mar The calm and quiet shade ; Nor hate, no envy eer come Where my remains are laid. Nor those who In life's bitter hoar Of sorrow and ol pain, When tny poor heart with anguish Has probed these wounds again. i. DARST. Rowland. re TO THE PUKLIC. made arrangements with O V Singl-toa- , the Saw Mill man, to furnish the publK ith any and all kinds of lumber, cither at my store in Crab Orchard or at the unit. Fencing I'lauk and Posts a spec talis. Get my my prices If fore t in W. A CAKSON mg ; Dealer in General Merchandise, Crab Urchajd, Kr I I offer for sale prhately nir frame Hotel and Saloon at Rowland, which are now renting at 50 month It is centrally located and a fine ncdnt fier business, being at a terminal point on a the L. Jk ' It has good well, stable coal house and other neccssiry outluitldings. Address MR- - MAR a C. t KRRILL, Stanford hae M, J. H. KILTOU, Dealer in General Merchandise, Lumber and Shingles. Goods sold for cash only It gives me pleasure state to the public in general that I am doing nicely under the Cash bsste-- and that the people are rapidly catching on to the fact that it is the belter system, both lor the buyer and seller. They also know that vdl aooda for about a third less than try competitors who do rredit businoss He member that I keep constantly on hand a splendid assortment of Dry Oo.tJi, Groceries, nothing. Hoots. Shoes. Hats and the lice Call in and sec my stock, which is replenished almost daily KoUnd. Ky. j. II. SMyr U 1 T. dyspepsia, nervous debility, and that tired feeling. . I'V relieve and cure rongs In sorrow and in tears, Which evil hearts and tongues commit Through life's long w eary years. 1 could not bear that they should come When my earthly dream Is o'er, To cast a chilling, withering blight Round my peaceful home once more. Now let the sod 'neath which I sleep Be pressed but with love's tread, Let those I fondly cherished here Tread softly o'er my head. Think not that I shall be forgot, If only wild flowers prow, For faithful memory will record Who sweetly sleeps below. It Is enough to bear the Has Cured Others will The best salve in the world lor cuts, bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fev cr sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and alt skin erup tions and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give, perfect satisfaction, Price 15 cents per box. or money refunded. For sale by A K. I'ennv, Stanford, Ky. Bucklln's Arnica Salve. J. II. IIAUG1I9IAN, FIRE AND STORM INSURANCE AGENT Representing WILLIA3I MOUKLANI), Dealer iti the Solicited Stack Cattle and Sheep a socially. Persons hariug any of Ihe strove cl.Krir.rd slock for sa eorwiihlnt t purchase same, ll do well to call on or address me An rf fifleea rears In this business has beenesp.rlrnreto me and profit I think I can make it nrafitahle b.,ih t ih kuv.r nd seller I' O address Stmford.K). ie tlffite at the Myers House. cure you. y i DR. W. B. PENNY, ft' Dentist. Office South side Mitn street, in office recently vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. f Then plant no roses on my grae, For those who loved me here STANFORD, KY , HALL. Polk, of Jefferson; Mrs. Frances STEELE BAILEY. of Fayette; J. J. Rucker.of Scott; Juno 15, 1892, A.M. I'ELANli COFFEYelProV. M. CRAIG, J. D.Smith, of McCracken; J. Q. Mont- When Baby was sick, wo gave her Cftstorla. DR. II. W.GAINES. At it o'clock a. m or thereatxHit, k4I Ia lis high-IAMESOIVENS. When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria. bidder at public outcry at the kite rwtmertsad f I. S. PHILLIPS. Homoopathio Physician, gomery, of Lincoln, and Alexander Wade II Walker In Garrard Cwunlr. Ky , the This Hotel, renovated ami refurnished, tt rww ANTON REN ACKER. Vhen she became Miss, she clung to Castoria, Tracts of Land and Towb Property, vis ts in my charge and I intend t conduit it CLARK RKYNOLDs. KENTUCKY. Lusk, of Laurel. The district delegates STANFORD, M. LACKOWIT7. bull add When she bad Children, she sure them Castoria. Tract No. I amtalmnf ai; Acre, upon which not only maintain its high reputation, accommodafor the Sth and 11th are: J. 0. Dedraan, of ta Its long Hit ot friends. Special to 3 p. m.; S to T I)W,NEW LAND Wrick Oflice Hours: 10 to ia a. m.; there I an elegant new W. tions for commercial travelers and fine rooms fur 'ri HAY. Mercer; Robert Cooper, of Jessamine. with gd outbuildings and splendid j'p. m. thedUplwy af samples. II. C. LYON Office on Lancaster street, opposite if all kinds Alternates: A. B. Jones, of Madison; IREIi HAIMANN Tract No. a contains ij6 Acres. Tract No. i omtln Hi1 Acres. A J. B. Rucker, of Pulaski; M. K. Humpht nSTerol twpuratel) The thr- - Tracts w ill be and then rey, of Casey. Alternates: h4 and the bid or Mls atcrf ted And 1IU.I.IAIU) and TOOL ROOMS attached. Andrew that w III realise the avtt money MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, JOSEPH COFFKV NATIONAL BANK Jackson, of Laurel; D. T. Chestnut of AU at the same time and place Ike ftdtowlng : Ms In Klrksvllle, Madlm OMjutr. Kv Lot No. LOCUST OROM." Whitley. Alexander Lusk was made OF STANHIRD, K I contilalng ite Arm. urwti which thie la dwelling bou with gv.nl Im- sphsndld assistant elector. The platform declares Corner Mam and Depot Streets, Kentucky. loyalty to the national prohibition party, Highest cash market price 7Pa'd provesrsrtivsorall klnas Acre, wpo which tter Is Lot Nu. a cojilaltw Stanford, Capital Stock- hou-- e a large I'OR SALE denounces the licensing of tho whisky AersM Lot Nu. j coiilalix for Has just received a hindsomo line of Spring and friends and the traffic as a disgrace to civilization; deTeraar I he ale will be made ost a credit romer Millinery and invites her The finest Farm and richeit soil in Lincoln co , Surplus aud is Months, the purchase being retulnMl Land, Situanublic generally to nil in and tet firm choice. mands comprising 410 acres of the immediate repeal of the inwith approved curity M)abW W the ted within two miles ol Stan.ord. the county scat Hats and llannets trimmed In the latest stle by Attention of the public is invited to the fac Muln I cnnmlxioiirr, hosing the fcxxe and erTert of Uncoln Fronted by the Shelby City turnpike most artistic hands. ternal revenue system; declares for wo of a judgment, upon which execution may Uu If and accessible to the Stanford and Danville turn- - that tht is Ihe ualy National lUak in Stanford not paid at mat uril), and bvanng 6 er cent Inter-- r man suffrage with a general educational Farm In the Under the prssvsstnns of the National lUak Act &c, at fiike. 1 his is one of tho best Slock state of colli fMin day A mI umll pitld and with a Urn ilrpoMlors are secured am only by the capital in a high region ami qualification; asserts that thu tariff quesadditional necurtts lur vition Abundance ofis water lor all purpotet stock, butbr Ihe stockholders' liability lur as upm the property A3STD thepurchax-m.niR. A 111'RN.SIDK'. Soil is fertile and is suitable for the crowing of amount eaual lo the stock. t thai dMuu.t.r. r tion is used to obscure issues and ought & CO., M. F. J .arrard Clrcut Court heap tobacco, corn and wheat I lie land ts M, this Institution are secured by a fund of $4Svno. to bo settled by a non partisan commisIhe hank located so that it can he ditnled and twofiste rue aourn u.Hsmcnis onnecoilsoa Si ir, Sl'VNFOrlD. KY. of Stanford and vicin-ftFarms made Ihe improvement are a large and sre made each year 10 the United States govern- I can supply the families made Ice at 60 cts. per 100 pounds; sion so as to cheapen the necessities of dwrlliaj; a enntement stock barn aient and Its assets are examined at stated timet commodious wilh home y government agent, thu securing tvdditltoaa . cent : ORDUff-kSTC- E c . the best el fruit of all kinds, etc less than that amount at one per per pound,orand life; insists that the currency be gold, t 100 pounds in pcrieci saietyn depositors K II. IONES, Statsfosd. apply to manufactured lee at 75 cents I MS IMSlltUllOII. Ominllv rttahlUkrJ a. Ik. quantities. Ice delivered esery silver and treasury notes, issued only cents for srnslUr Deposit Rank of Stanford In ilea, then I V RII.KV, tnesillo. To License and Regulate the morning. I call special attention to the John Bre- by the government and not by the m3B Beer, for .red as Ihe National Hank nf btaafurd m iSAt nd mer llrowiug C Celebrated I X.. L. Keeping of Dogs sgain renrgantiedahc First Nalsoaal llasik of which I am ajent. Will furnish in eithc ketf or banks, and that the rate of interest Stanlord in ibit, has had praetirally an uninterX. OK STANFORD. rupted oxitteucrof sa bo.,lf Write for Pes. WITHIN THE CIT should bo fixed by the government and ars Ills Mter supplied sow with facilities for trauecUiKbuiuess prompt be uniform; the telegraph, telephono ly and liberally than ever before In it long and : He It ordained by the City Council of Stanford AGENT aancrable career Accounts of corporations fiduREAL II and railroad companies should be con- Having bouvht out the Jeelr st.mil ot sec. I That all persons ousting orcontrollini; ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully d dogs within the city nf Stanford shall annually on McRfhits the druggist, am l.k trolled by the government; unearned Ky. at rlucl rjtrs 10 inakf r.nn fr an entir" new IIM 1st day of June recltttr with the cltv slerk The Directory af this II a li composed 01 s dog o ned or controlled by tlium and at the line All al' each artuti. land grants should bo forfeited by the I hnve quite a number ot I A R Mb lor sale ol Ihe same time pay to the clerk a lav of so cents lor T. J. Foster, of Stanford; OfII kind, government and no alien land ownervery best rl bn.lun I. In. ..In nunly. each uoif so reguicrea Forcstas Read, LincssIb ceuaty ; and Set Up in All Parts of ship allowed after a fixed time; Made These Farms are all well unpriced and Kood bee II" It shall be the dutsofeach pemoH to the J W. Hnydesi, Staaiord;, procure and put on each dog registered by them, rich land, running sue from 3010500 Acre the Country. as required by ec. I of this ordinance, a collar Considering Iheislocaliiy, their richness and fer S II Ilaitsjhman, Liacolrif party is the only true friend to the neAgents employed No with the namnnf thcounerand registered number tility of wil, the cons eiiience 'if turnpike and railM.J.MHler, Mt. Verrmnj gro, as it seeks to elevato him by reof such dog plainly stamped theruon or upon a roads that bring markets right to our door, they S. T. Harris Llncssin; metal lac attache.1 thereto arc clwaper than the Lands of any oilier cosssity Ik SON, W. ADAMS fit Lexington, Ky moving degrading influences from his Sec 111. If any person hall beconse the owner ihe Slate There is scarcely a Farm m Ihe counJ..S. Hocker St.nfswd; No. 4 Uroadway, dog within the city of Stun ford ty oc er 5 miles from a derot 19 m or controller ol anv pathway; opposition to trusts and O. A. Lackey, Llnosdn; 1 he ciiutily is checked with turnpikes running after the date of annual registry, ns required by is averted and civil service reform T. P. Hill.Stanfod. Set. I of this ordinance and if such dog shall not inesery direction There is not a public ruad sj hue been already registered, such person shall at tering; the county seat that t not Macadarnisal W. G. Wekb, Stanford; and the Australian ballot system enregister, pay the license and rtlace the collar We hate the Kmuville llranch ol the L .V N It o.ice W.I'. Tate, Stanford on said do; a: required by Sections I and II of this R. dividing the county from Hast 10 West and the dorsed. The omnium gatherum docuOFFICERS: C S R R from North to outh, the K C. R K ordinance ment winds up with favoring restriction Sec IV. Any person failing to comply with the from this nl ace to Cincinnati, crossing the C. ft O J. Hocker, Presidont; provisions of this ordinance shall, on comictinn, at Winchester, giving full access to the markets ot to immigration and ends only because John J. McRoberts, Cashier; be fined Three Dollars for each day of failure for Lhe whole world. Ilesules, we have three large A. A McKinnev, Assistant Cashier. each dog owned or controlled by lum and not regthe county thai give us a market Htiur Mills everything had been taken a crack at. istered as In re. n provided and the city marshal for all our grain right at home, and Ihe develop Beau-chauip, Mr. and Mrs Loren Trescott are keepers of the IX.SURGEON DENTIST. ftov. Lighthouse at Sand lleach, Mien , and are blessed ith a daughter 4 years old Last April OSlce ;on ,Mam street, over W, B. McRoberts she was taken down with measles, followed with a Drug Store, Stanford. dreadful cough and turning into a feter. Doctors The Prohibitionists. at home and at Detroit treated her, but insain. niere Valuable Lands and Town Properly, Tliu prohibitionists adjourned after a she grew worse rapidly until she was aKings "handful of bones." Ihen she tried Dr D. R. C. two tlays' session in Louisville. Tho New Disco err and after the use of t o and a half was completely cured. 1 ney Lr, Garrard Circuit Court delegates from the State at larso to the bottles New Discovery is worth us weightsay gold King's in s.et ou may get you a tnal bottle free at A R Wade II Walker's Widi, Ac . 1'lalnilrTs, agamM Cincinnati convention are Josiah HarPenny's drug store. Pattie Trrrill, Ac . Defendant Is moving to the Higgins ortice, Lancaster street. Nitrous Oxide Gas given for painless extracting. ris, of McCrncken; R. S. Kaston, of HenIlr virtue nf a judgment of the Garrard Circuit ih si. STANFORD, KtMUCM. Court at Its Februa derson; C. J. Hnche.x, of Warren: E. J. suit, I mill on jthJWK . A. S. PRICE, Will come at evening's silent shade And sheil the fragant tear; And bending1 o'er my lowl bed, Will kneel and kiss the sod, And offer up their orisons, With tearful eyes, to Uod A Little Girl's Experience In a Light ou are run down, can't eat. can't Perhaps sleep, can't think can't do an thing to jour sat and you wonder what ails you. You isfactinn, of Conn., should heed the warning, you are taking the first Eng . step into nervous prostration. You need a nere Manchester, of tonic and Klectric Hitters you will find the best Pennnsylvania remedy lor restoring sour nerxous rysiem to ns " Surprising results Ins. Co. of normal, healthy condition lollow theuseof this Nere Tonic and Alterative. Your apoetite returns, good digestion is restored Allofwhich are Companies. I would and the liver and kidneys resume healthy action. he pleased to uait on my friends in this line. Put. Try a bottle, l'rice 30 cents at A R "Penny's icies promptly issued. Will insure against torn does, vind storsns and Ihthtning Lightning clausdrug store. es attached witSotit additional charge Office at First National Rank Stanford. Tho First Step. ltiuiu., Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs aboc Hartford, Hartford, Manchester, Fire, Philadelphia, North America, a ..NOTICE TO THE... TRAVELING M-5TER- PUBLIC. the I have opened in connection with mv Hotel, S A HOUSE, s THE I iULEY V. U. HOUSE. Kontucky. FKANK RILEY. RILEY. Proprietor, House. Flrst-Clas- I.ivery Stable, London, prcpariaiaaiieterto - Commissioner's Sale AndofTerthc services of it to the public. Ilrand new vehicles and fresh blooded hofMrs make my stable compare with Tho Best In me tho Country. a A hare moved to my new Hotel and am better commodate the poMic. w.Mc,,n. a nd esery roaventcnc d- tired Cue me a call. ...j MORGAN, D. S. Gise call. P W. OR KEN. Proprietor. I. llUK.Nt, Manager t; I rOSTISD. n, n c prosec wissmsiI at mnn, as all th will m ingi tied ta the Ml etl esWotof tax law. C. M.hl'OOVAMOURE J E. IIRUCE THOMAS C. I hlc-we-d DENTIST. ', t;jji ti-jtr- y .utl THE GOFFEY HOUSE JOSEPH f TbM notice fsxewarni ...- Mmri,i huntors. fishermen and I JOHN .... Wednesday, si 1 dwiitHg-Iwhi.- c, court-hous- 39-- y Flrst-Class!Snlo- on rir-- Milliner and Dress Maker CASH ELKIN I jT-- tl FIRST ottv-tlor- y VA STO CK FAHM IHue-l.ra- two-Hue- s S200.000 ! Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, toex-eutbu- 18,500 XCE BEER. e ic-t- Mh-i- .i r I I cM y AIT lorlislor-matloa- Did Yoa Notice If 7 ! joi-l- MONUMENTS II. ItlSII, ESTATE Stanford, 111 j solic-te- 11 Engraved Freeof Charge coin-bin- Watches, Clocks 25c. Jewelry 111 The "Weekly MIDDLEBURG, CASEV COUNTY. .Mrs Louisville Commercial' Will be seut to any address from enow until January 1st, 1S9J, for twenty-fivcents. Campaign year is at hand; you must keep pooted. and the way to do do si Is to read THK COMMERCIAL the only true expoaent of protection and sound currency n the South. Send for a Sample Copy. You And examine it carefully. will be sure to subscribe. Address all letters and make all checks and e orders payable to post-offic- Lydia Jones, wife of Miltou Jones, jjavo birth to a child on tho 10th int., since which time she lingered until Sunday, when death came to her relief. She leaves a husband nnd several children to mourn the loss of a wife and mother. Mrs. TuomnH, wife of Kev. QI am agent Kentucky" Hedce The, .. cr John Thomas, pastor of tliH Methodist fence 1.0., vi for .......-- .. Central unci .1 icrvicri ni inn L..iic.ici. uu church, died at her home here on the both myself and the Company to the citticns of Lincoln county. I am very thankful for the libertho 2Sth ult., of consumption. She was al patronage received and nope by fair dealing 10 Farmers merit a continuance of a Kood a devoted wife and lovlnj? mother and a fence will hud me at the Myers in needin Stanford House on each County Court day, kind, chr58tian lady Much sympathy is M W. JOHNSON. felt for her husband and children, especially Mies Annie, her only daughter. Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co. Thoroughly Repaired on Shortest Notice. B. H. DANKS, TO THE FARMERS. f .1 -- or any policeman shall kill any dog found running at large within the city not registered and liacini no collar on as required and prut ided by this ordinance. Sec V All money received by the clerk under the provisions of this ordinance shall be paid into the city treasury and it shall be the duty of Ihe to list and report assessor of the cit of with his assessment of property all persons owii ing or controlling dogs within the city and the number nidon so owned or controlled Sec. VI. 1 his ordinance shall be in effect from and after its D. W VANDKVEER, Mayor. pas-ac- e. (vj 97-o- SH Willow Ghovk. Tho entertainment Riven at the close of Mias Georgia Lewis' school, last Wednesday evening, was greatly enjoyed by the large crowd that attended. That younn lady is a faithful and paiiuMnking teacher and has given general satisfaction. Mr. Doc Lane has the contract to build a residence for Miss Lucy Myers and will begin work this week. The continued rains have developed tho finest crop of oats, meadows, etc., ever raised in this section. Messrs. John L. "Waters and Ilobert Lewis are in Mercer on a visit to relatives. Miners and shippers of the GENUINE Original Jellico Coal. Rowland, Ollice corner ol Depot street and railroad crossing. 6 HIGGINS it WATTS. Try it. We are the sole agents for Stanford and Louisville Press Co. LOUISVILLE, KY. f- Desirable Farm of Acres FOR RENT.ford, W.onII Crab Orchard Miller. ,70 pike, mJs from 4 C. D. POWELL, -- DEALER !N- kLJL-- i, tnercia! Hotel, I am Having removed my Barber Snop to the Com - Gcucral -:- - 3Icrclianclisc, 1 Prepared to Accommodate Ladies as well as Gentlemen, In 140 And Country Produce, Has opened his stock of goods and Is ready to serve the people of Stanford and vicinity. lit offering unheard of ltargalns nnd alt' who want good goods at the lowest possible prices should call on him on Logan Avenue, near Lancaster pike. 30 anything they may wish in my line, also waited on. Call n me. Chil- - JESSEITHOMPSOX, la Commercial Hotel. of the meuntniii regions af Hattern and Kentucky bv railroads and the out- Sonth by railroads has created such a demand let for nil kinds of cereals and unit ender that wecan scarcely retain enough tor home consumption, '1 he people are prosperous, generous and kind, believing in Christianity and education. There is not a neighborhood in the county but has a gcod church and school-housStanford, the county seat of Lincoln, is a prosperous little city of about a.soo mhab.tants and is the great doorway from the North and Northeast South and from the Northwest 10 Viutfieast, and standing as it docs gaimg right Into the bosom of the undeveloped mountains of Southeastern Kentucky backed up by the wholo lllue Grass region ot the State with railroads running through it ro all Doinfs 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 n.lle abouc the town about there could be erected Water Works with sery supply a city of 150,000 inllltle cost that would habitants with the purest and best water in Ihe been newly rebuilt in world Our little city h he last few years arid it business houses aril will compare with larger cities of greater pretensions. Uur merchant and tradesmen NIC Wc have two all prosperous and doing well bank with a capital stock hi jiuu,uuu that are prospermia and in a good condition. We luve splendid schools, we nae a rcmale College, a large brick building, with over mo pu pits in attendance and under the prlncipalthip ol Prof. J M Hubbard, is in a uourisning condition. We also have a Seminary that is a good school, with Prof U F, Hlakemanat its head We haveone of the oest Public School buildings in this sectionof ihe State, with over 100 pupils in attendance, and with other good private school,1 ypu see our school facilities nre excellent We have elegant church builnitigs, representing every denomination, with a full corps ot minister of fias class talent and are doing a belter business than any class of men in the city. I have tried to make this statement a facts, without anv exaggeration or coloring, as those l bear ne out, and those who wish who know-wilto huv Dleasant homes at fair prices and locate among a good people wilh all the best surroundg ings would do well to call and lee me before; elsewhere mc-n- t South-eastern e. 1 three-fourths -- j Farmers BanMTrust Co. OF STANFORD, KV Is now fully . organued and ready for business with Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. . . . Surplus, . 19,000. SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same asset and under the same management. I y provisions of its chatter, depositors are as iuLL.,'ir.0.,e.Vei,ia."'o.lIe'0,i,0r iu National being held Individually liable to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thcreol, in addition to the amount invested in uch shares. It acta executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, mayfully as as in individual. those who entrusted their bulsiness to us while mnacinir the I.inrnln ll.L r.i Stanfonl, we we here tender our iUAUV slii(s. and . continue to transact their businesi "J. ,,"" 7 0I,eHnK -- . a guarantee for iirciuiin n.u- ,ame' uUr J,. year' pcrience Id tanking -liberalaccommodatlons as are con isieui wim sound hanking. : la it.:. "'" V,...,l ,,n,y J J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; J. M. Hall, Statiford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford ; S.J. Embry, Stanford;! J. K. Lynn, Stanford; A. W, Carpenter, Mllledgeville; J. K.llaughman, HuJtonville J J. F. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch,;Staalord, Ky. . II. Shanks, President. J.C. Owsley, Cash! W. M. Bright, Teller. 9J-i- yr dikectohj: ? tr