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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892061401 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. i Journal NO. 31 STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JUNE 14. 1892. DANVILLE. A It is singular, yet nevertheless true, thnt very few people are able to receive terrains in composure. Tliey are open-ewitli doubts iw to whctlier they con tain the announcement of the death of some- flomo near realatlve or friend or of an unpleasant na-thing ntartliiu or ture. The uiiml is impiessed ith the Idea that the intelligence its of unusual importance, and hence its conveyance in the mostexpeditious manner, reijard- less of cost. It is pleasant to know that while Jay Gould is rusticating in the great Went and the Vanderbllts ore endeavor, lug to traco their family lineage, Anderson Harlan, an American citizen of descent, who resides in the vicinity of Lancaster, Ky , hits whitewashed tlie fence- that surrounds his humble dwelling and is now enjoying his corn bread and taters with a relish superior to that of an aspirant to the Presidency. Anderson's plate is at least :50 feet square and his resilience 20x20, but the gold tinted cloudsjhover over it just the same d The Cicero of the Mountains Again. HUST0NVILLE. Williamsacro, Jink 11. We arenow drop too much booz-- j Saturday There lma been po much painting night cost M. F. Jackson $d.00 in the in the midst of one of those bloody mur- and repairing done in town of late that der trials from Harlan county, Common-wealtpolice court Monday morning even the icsidents hardly recognize the vs. McGraw, &c , for killing Jas. MY ENTIRE STOCK AT Louis Kout has already made place. bricks this peaeou and expects to 1'. Middleton. We had much trouble in Two of our good citizen? had a set getting a jury, as one of the defendants make n million before the vear is nut. to n few days ago, but at their request Ult H,unw '' Granvi le Eee, was Wm. West, heretofore in business at we withhold their mines. The trouble corner of Main and Second streets, has uM ll,st Juno aml HtMlt for life, Many came up over a county road. Those needing adjusted Watches can get . the following movements. heard that trial and Judge Finley oncned a new . . . ....-- ..... . nn ' Kim.. iiMrt l'd -- rM...ji.... fnii...... ........ i.. ... r.A... at prices stateu: Ji. hi ti w. Kaymona s io; SO sonigin 520; md his side were determined that uo- - , to the post ollice. m c- Duber $l Hampden; John C. Dubcr special E,ein S205 John . . .... ......I...1 . isvju. ...iv iiviiiu ii nb Liirti should HfllC i i i irim.iitu. nna ........ ..... ii.il ,iu iiii,rt, i me . wiilli it innkHil nn il tin liiiililini- - wrmlil,. . ti ridiiipuen. Other movements in proportion. All work neatly , 7,7 home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walton. us a juror on this. IJut thev exhaueed ,un Kuiiviiiwii.. ,P. , uni iimuiy iruiu vtiiiini: and promptly done. Call and see me. ROBT. FEXZEL. their challenges u juror ,. to Mr. Walton was formerly Misa Mav finally it, however, who heard my Helm, of Lincoln county. n rt,i'1 "mount of damnge to M BMM..i. i.... i...... wlth not -- Mr. C. I Hicks, heretofore with ...i..i.huulvv,u n ;cni itv naillSV I CC. tlie building and furniture. askeil trie juror, "Did you How land A Co. and celebrated as a Juuge -- Mrs. H. J. Lvles. of Nashville, is vis-maker of line boots nnd shoes, is now in not hear the trial of Grnuville Fee in itiiiK her father's family, Mr. J. M. Cook. thiscaso a year ngo?" "I heard part of the employ of George 1iwrence. Miss Bettie Drye, who lias been living "Did you hear Bobbin's speech?" & Sons, liverymen, have put a it." Held Our stock of. ing iu Caldwell, Kansas, for three years, uouum upeaic luut June, mon't is expected this week. She has been in new 'bus to running from town to the depot. Kmbry, Dunn & Fox also have know wutllr iu t'ds case or not." very bad health for some months. Car- one ami the result may bo cheap rati".. "Dld Vou not form "" opinion?" "1 roll Beid whs home last week. Mr. AV. -- Mrs. Beazley, late of Middlesboro, l,ol,,t k,l0W aa l did-- "Do Vou lui!im D. Weatherford, J. B. Cook and Miss will take charire of the Tribble House, to y Unit you heard Mr. Bobbitt for Jessie Cook are at Cumberland Falls. n'111 at Junction Citv, ThurwUy, when Mr. ,1,ore ll,an three ,,ours in tt " Christian College has been thefccene .We have. Trihblo comes here to take the Gilcher formed no opinion ?'' "I can't bay that of much beauty ami happiness during I d'd-- ' Judge Finley then arose and asthoughhoweronmlllionaireor was the Hotel. the past week. The commencement and M,d ",n.v il ,leR6y " cour'. l want -F- elix Bruce, colored, who went to dispenser of a hundred thousand pct reception were both delightful and ing oue l,our now m to bend for teresting events and reflected much credotllces. The experience of the world Hamilton, 0 with some horses belong- to Cecil Bros, had his foot mashed nees to prove that this juror heard all it on those who participated in them. with scarcely an exception, is that the of Uubbitt'a eieech in the Fee case, Prof. M. G. Thomson and ids eilicient more a man has in the way of wealth, by a car wheel running over it as he wai nounced tlie ablest ever made iu this corps of teachers are to be congratulated the horses the more hu wants and that the time and that this juror said all ou the successful session they have just In plain, plaited, puff and neglige. The best stock of Summer UnMr. George G. Dunlap, son of Hev never comes in his earthly pilgrimage derwear in town. Scriven's Elastic Seam Drawers are the best. when a dollar will cense to attract his G. W. Dunlap, of Independence, Ky., ' the defendants ougtit to be hung." The ciogl,,j has begun the study of medicine with court (Judge K. D. IIilli said, "I can't It has been decided by ihoee interattention. stop the trial for that purpose, but if ested thnt it is better to have no fair this 'V. Fayette Dunlap, of this. place. The framers of the new election Mrs. Mary McCnne, of Columbia, your witnesses are in tlie court house yeHr, and consequently the stock men baaed its provisions upon the asalwajB Mo., is visiting Mrs. J. C. Caldwell. Mr. you may introduce them lor that pur-- and young folks arc not in a good hum sumption that there is now and B. Farris, now clerk at the Gilcher poe." Judge Finley thou said tome, or. Their displeasure, however, is over-- , will be two or more gret political politiCollars, Cuffs and Half Hose. We have added a line of cal partiea tn the State, and that every House, will after the 10th InsU hold a "Hate this published in your next letter balanced by the pleasure the housekeepto the Intkhioii Joniival, that this ju- - ers here have had thinking they will voter is bound to belong to one or the like position at the Clemens Home. Tlie safe of John Latimer, n mer- ror, after listening at you for more than not have the Double of preparing for other, whether he want to do poor not. hours, now sweaw ho does not the crowd of gue;-tthey would have They seem to have forgotten that mm of chant of Perry ville, wai blown open Fri- ' three In the day night anil about $100 in cash taken. know whetheror not he formed an opin- - had had not the decision been changed. the greatest parties ever known Remember that Thomas Emmerson's Mis. Geo. I.indenberger died at the All new and the latest styles. history of the country, and thnt boaMed Thecouipletones" of the job indicates iou." JudL" Boyd has been sworn oil the Sons' Shoes are the best. home of Mr. Samul Keid Saturday afterof having for its leaders such statesman the work of experts. No arrests. Ijiura Doneghy, col'd, daughter of bench and the sheriff sworn olF of duty noon after a short illness of dropsy and as Clay, Webster nnd Crittenden, Is a Isaac Doneghv, died Saturday nnd was in this case also. Boyd is a judge par kiilnev trnnliles. Kite Inn litin .1 crent thing of the past, while the Native excellence. But when he was so severe HuUerer froin aslhum for American or Know Nothing pirty that buiiedSundav afternoon. The funeral ye!lrs, but her . ... ..... , services were conducted by Hev. Frank in his instructions to the rauil jury, on ' , th tron,,h. for n time assumed formidable projor the seduction law, of which however, I Mis. Lindeuberger was a relative of Mrs. take its place Shields, of the colored Baptist church. tions, soon made haste to Tom Terhune, colored, who says he heartily approved, I was reminded of llrdd and had come up to bpend a few beside the great Whig party in the grave came from Cave City, nnd who has what Col. It. J. Ureckenridge siid to W. weeks with her, and dying from home yard of American politics. What time McK. Fox when Judge,Fontain S. Fox t as she did, makes the circumstances may bring forth in the whirligig of hu been working for Mr. Andy Spoonamore, 0. ...,, would was arrested Monday on a charge of de- was circuit judge of the Sth judical dis- doubly sid. Her remains were taken man events, no one knows. It seem thnt in a republican government taining a womni and of carrying a con- trict, and whs so severe 011 gambling nnd toher home at Louisville Sunday for his instructions to the grand jury on that every voter ought undoubedly to have cealed pistol. Trial set for Tuesday. Besides a husband, Mrs.' iiiivriutri. After his retirement from the Gilch- ol.jr. i, BU c.u.,..r..fc um, uii- ,j mlt.nm.rRer eavtw Uv0 daughters and the right to ote for whoever ho vt u Liiiinr r Jinriiifiii r iiur iiriit'onMiiifa Has a Complete Stock of pleases. Under the new law no candi- er House next Thursday, B. Ii. Perkins iur ufeiajfc aniuiiu Hint uitvacuililC a son, all of whom are grown. and family will move into K. P. Jacob's said to W. McK Fox "Why, the old dates are recognized unless nominated oclias certainly been losing someDEATH'S DOINGS. by some convention or primary and vo- property on Walnut street, recently by the late Mrs Mary Bowman. thing lately." compelled to choose between the cupied : ters are Leouldas L. Polk, president of the I infer from a letter from Lincoln that Friday while M- -. McGregor Cox j .,.! I...1..0. V .,.:. nominees tiniest 1,000 petitioners for " a Stuto ollice, 100 for n representative in was uptown, a colored gentleman went tlie lovelv ladies think I was too extrav- trial Union, died at ins residence in WALL Congress, 100 for n county ollice, of the to his residence and told his mother that ae.uit in my eulogies in regard to the Washington. several Mr. Cox had . him for his new ;t beauteous , on ,. ,. train . , , tieneral Assembly, circuit judge or . f. ..w V... U..U attorney nnd 20 for an ollice shoes. They weiu given to him and as at Loudon I did not mean that there! diseases, the immediate cause of his is strongly are 110 angels in Lincoln. They are horn ' of a precinct or ward, tile n request with Mr. Cox had not sent him, it dentil being blood puisonlng. He was a suspected that the colored gentleman and raised in that county by tlie the county court to have the name of of Prof. J. M. Hubbard, of this "them hlioes for hhself." dred, but the one that got on the train relative Homo one placed on the tickets. Tills, place ,gygvVFr" As Mr. Jas. (J. Denny, of Lincoln at London i tlie only one I ever to a certain extent, is u restriction upon After an illne.s of about IS months and Prof. Redd, of Danville, right from Paradise. Those iu Lincoln is not in the choice of the people that driving nejir the C.il'.ege Friday, are born ami raised ou earih this one of consumption, Mrs. John G. Banisey accordance with a popular form of gov- were aged tlied Friday morning hist at ernment, l&iuaily unwise, and impolitic their Inn:.'- upset in turning and it was was rich! from 'M years At an early age she joined the thought for a while that the horse was The three paners you sent me were is the enactment to regulate the holding H" revive however furiously confiscated bv the lawyers, Christian church and had always let her fatally injur J of primary election. Why should they nnarly as good as new. Lester, tlie shining ornament of tlie bar, light Hhiue. She was the possessor of an have stopped at this and not have form- and bright KXTWVi.-the gutlemn wens injured. oi.iuillla III1IMI illii Iu jt uiiv. uiiiiu Il in- - enviable, disposition, and - was ever .. i. la. !.. . .., s.M's- - VTgVmJ ... ... cuif.iiiK hifuii iiic inn ulated rules for holding conventions" Neither olA.lnl.,1, mm hiwi 1111, r en iu ,1 uuu, uuu uvii mi.. n.:.. t, If..l,l ..ll. ....... ICJ, VIIVIIIl. .1...1. i .i. ..... .......... ... ...b.k, ,. ......v. ,..n.,.i... r.:.....!. VU-- h HUBF, ailMIIEI llllll UHI' might have gone so far as to have They mw she was appioaching it, she told and for Manual and employed on the new public school bnil- ors want a copy. Lnclosed nd change, her loving husband and dutiful sou of IT improved upon Jellerf-on'ding, was jawed by a "blue gummed nig for which please send me live moie cop required the chairmen of political organto grieve not, but meet her in the house Cimtorla cures Colic, Constipation, named Kinkade nbout a week ago. iesof your last issue. "Caitorlabso well adapted to children that Rev. Green Clay izations to be governed by the rules of get" Sour btouiaoli, Plarrufva. Lnu'tntion, not made witli hands, eternal in the I recommend It as superior to any prescription Hentzig knocked Kinkade down nnd Smith's daughter told me that they take and promotes dl Kills Worms, K'4 the National Houeof Representatives. H. A. Archer, M. D heavens-s- he was ready and willing to known to roe " cestlon, Kinkade bit one of Itentzig's arms. And tlie paper, but it was in such demand Without injurious medication. out111 So. Oxford St., nrooklyn, Y. '. It will be interectiiig to observe the go. ."she was tlie fouith daughter of Mr. biter having exceedingly blue and borrowed from one by another at come of the November election, in view now, the Street, K. T Tub CiNTicn CoMriyr, T7 and Mrs. Thornton Porter, both of whom gums, Hentzig's arm is swollen and such a rate that she never got to read of the complicated machinery of the new-lapreceded her to the grave. After Fcrvi poisoned apparently as much ss though the letter for IS houis after its arrival. 'cesbyRev. John Bell Gibon Saturday bitten bv a rattieMiahe. You'd bottt r That shows more people here ought to morning at lO.IiO, w hat was mortal of an not let a blue gummed nigger bito you. take "the cheapest and best. Furninst the Separntc Coach Law. allectionate wife, mother and Bister was Jas Kowaey was tried by Judge Me Boiiiurr. Font ink F Whereas there has been established n J N. MENF.FEJ consigned to the booin of mother earth A. C. SINE Forr.m Saturday on a chnigo of unlawful separate coach law in Kentucky, proJ. K. w. clipixHlfn.nl ili Tt M mil- in Buil'alo Cemetery. 1 lie l.llo liiit.-iiividing an especial car, separate and pistol carrying and ndiuitted. Ai Jerry lion, Iowa, Democrat, coiilauu information veil "Mr John Roth, ot thi worth renumlrriiiK apart for white and colored people, there- Owens, a prosecuting witness, was leav- cit), wh Miiet v. an accident a few dn)a;o, MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. get tpraininic anl bruUint; hit las and. arm uite ing the room lie said, "It is hard to IlsT fore we, the representatives of the A. M. v.i cured by cne vj cent boUle of justice before a prejudiced judge." 1'jin ll.ilm. Hon S. O. Tate, leprestntative from This remedy it without an K.Sunday School, now in convention Judge. McFerran asked him what he had equal lor sprainvund briiuci and should hatea Wayne, and Mrs. J. I'. Barker, of Somassembled in SMNiord, Ky., this the t)th For sale by Dr. l, L, c cry houiehold said, when he repaated his remark nnd place in DruiK"' and Optlnan, Stanford. Ky llourue, erset, will marry to morrow. day of June, 181W, do moot earnestly w was sent to jail for three hours for his Ben Tristen and Mits Xanuie Keb protest against said law; Rofroshtng Ro treats. "sasa." Jerry is ctlchrated for nearly yesterday to marry 1. Because it is unconstitutional, both iiQiinT cljare fast approaching nnd now is ley obtained license Rouoh and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Hrackets and against peace always being iu a row with some of his the time that excursionists, a idvasurvuvLrrt and on Wednesday at McCormicks church. State and National ruulo for their uportsmen should (li;utenut neighbors . and Verandah Work. vacation. In lining so, the iltliuhtfnlly cjI and harmony of the two races. A substitute for the World's Fair summer and fishing resorU locuti'd alone the Wl. 2. Because it lias a tendency to retard cousin Cvtitral iitescome ivldl to t lew, nmnnj; LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. which are Vox Lake, III , Lake Villa, III., Muck, bill proposes to recoin 10,000,000 souven the progress of the colored people both Ctnl.ir Lake, Niviuh, W'aupa-from the uucurrent sub- -' There is a bruml new girl baby nt wanaijii, WauUe-hl'ili..lil. Utftttrnut anil AHhl.mil. Wk WUriin. ir half dollars morally and spiritually. The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. five yir become the center sidiary s'J ver coin now in tlie treasury, am has within the lat Tiierefore wo further advise the color- Cort Brown's house. 01 llllraciioil inr iihhu uuu iiuiuei? Mr. George Kauperis in Louisville. fishermen than mu other Mute fn.i'ii Union nnd to aid tlie fair and tmtUe appropriations In the - - Ky. Office ed legal voteM of this State to oppose MictiMJit increH.'S the ileiire to aaln eethe for deficiencies nnd other purposes man who voted for or favored said Cooper Fversole has had his hair cut. charming landscape, hreaihe the bjKini fragrance any utinipheiv, it a port Deputy U. S. Marshal Win. Parker that through 01 the Invigorating statvl) pineswannet known as the Separate Coach bill, and the colnnnadei of der tnvlutle w II It a hand mado fly was robbed of 30 Saturday night nt the hook the and we further advise the colored voters Kor pamphlets containing valuable information, T. S. I'AT I'Y, D. V. A etc., apply to to oppose said law and the endorsers of Riley House by some sneak thief. Cnnttauootra. IVtin. Editor Lewis Sampson was iu town said law to the utmost. JAS r POND, Gencntl r.senger und llcVet Mnugie Hugliley, Richmond; Sahio Snnday. Mr. Sampson issued nn extra Agent, I'hicngo,- III. 1 Deboudj L O. Dinwiddle, Danville; G. to ail Ids subscribers announcing tlie The First Step. nomination of Harrison, which shows a you are run down, can't eat, can't Perhaps 1 1 s.t- W. Gentry, Stinford; Uev. G. II. Hurku nm.r sleep, can't think can't do anything to your sat Danville, Chairman; A. A. Pennington, little more enterprise than th average isfacnon, and you wonder what ails jou. You j THE BEST should heed the v. arning, you are taking- the first mouutain editor. Manchester, .Secretary. step into nervous prostration. You need a nerve NOW IS YOUR CHANCE. h 200,-00- 0 I 1 ' c- - ...... , . . I,,. " . ' ... '"''' ........ REDUCED RATES. ... i- -.. . ' .o. - .. io. - di, 1 At-rlc- an t ' YOU SHOULD SEE - iru j Gents' Furnishing Goods. s-- -- '' vhh wit-la- E VERYTHIN G IN SHIRTS, court-hous- e, law-hav- e j ELEGMT LIRE EECKWEKR, 5 1 1 - ,j 8 ' J , I W.B.IMOBERTS, ..... .... I Druggist and Jeweler, - gen-tlem- nst ..t..., , ,,.,.' .l All.-....,.- DRUGS. BOOKS, PAINTS, .111 PAPER, vwU.,-..v....w- J bun-wante- d saw-count- j - 1 nows-HMii- s 1 1 1 j I 1 AVTVV w y ' 11 Infants Children. , Sim-ra-y H , 11I1 SINE & Cham-berlaiu- 'a DBALBES MENEFEE, MD SMi DOORS WIRE BLIEDS, um-m- er 1 a, m WOVEN AITD SLAT FE1TCE. Stanford, ' pnvi-.ui- and Yard Depot Street, " - ) rWl illli I Charley Hill, a negro, was lynched at Paducah for attempting to outrage Miss Lydia Starr, three weeks ago. ped hanJi, chilblain!, tions and poutivtly cure pilea, or no pay requirThe consolidation of a number of drugstore ed It it Kiiaranteed to Kiv. perfect latulaction, i'rice aS cent, per box. the smaller packing houses of Chicago or' money refunded A Llttlo Girl's Experience in a Light For tale by A R. Penny, Stanlord, Ky. has been completed by the incorporation Houuo. Mr. and Mrs I.oren Irescott are keepers of the Gov. Lighthouse at Sand lieacli, Mich , and are will be of the Consolidated Packiug Compauies, lutaiure al hot weather come there blessed with a daughter 4 years old. Last April more or Icta twwel complaint in this vicln tjr have with a capital of 5,000,000. she was taken down with measles, followed with a and eipeciailr famil'fi, ougnt to Judge Jackson, of Louisville, has dreadful cough and turning into a fever. Doctors In aoraJreliahle moeic.ne at hand for inuaut at home and at Dstroit treated her, but inain; cent bottlfi of tham or so ,1 Cholera' and D.arrl,. Kemeily I. instructed the grand jury not to find she grew worse rapidly until she was a mere b"la Colic. Dr. King's Then you ou8ht to hove and all that you would any indictments against any vender of "handful of bones." after theshe tried and a half Juit wht use of two New Discovery and need, even for the molt severe and dangerous the Frankfort lottery, as tlie judgment bottles was completely cured. They say I)r, reliable and most ca.ei It is the best, the mo and Is to of Judgo Toney is the law until reverKing's New Discovery is worth its weightin gold, treatment known luccwful ..I- . vet you may get you a trial bottle free at A R h n, m. L.. Hourne. Drucsist 7.i" Penny' drug store. sed. and Optician, Stanford, Ky. Bucklln'a Arnica Salve. The bent alve in the world lor cui. brunt fever sorei. ulcen, salt iruitim, coma iore, tetter, chipand all iklr. trup tonic and Klectric Hitters you will find the best remedy for restoring your nervous system to Its Surprising results normal, healthy condition lollow theuseof this Nerve Tonic and Alterative. Your appetite returns, Kd digestion is restored. anil tlie liver ami muiici resume ucuituy aciiuu. Try a bottle Price 50 cents at A R Penny's ! J J flLON . Paint IS A sw& xrrsA f J 1 cH' (vr7.if 1 jinvllJrMlsA MADE. The POWDER Absolutely Pure nil in leavening Best is the Cheapest one-hal- f iMmmm more space than any Paint mixAccept no substiy t l-- Cream of Tarter Baking Powder Highest ol strength Latest United States Government rood Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO, locj Wall strut, New York. A ed by hand and is guaranteed to give satisfaction. tute. Good Agents wanted. Manufactured by LION PAINT vill cover LION PAINT & COLOR WORKS, LEXINGTON, KV., A. R. Penny, Druggist, Agent, Stanford, Ky. " A race war is imminent at Guthrie, 1SSS in regard toj trusts and :ouibin;f tlons, which menus nothiup; offers (reo 0. T., over the lynching of some negro delivery of his mail matter as n panacea rape fiends. Tho negroes threaten 'to for the woes of the oppressed farmer burn the town and pandemonium reigne. Stanford, Ky., - - June 14. 1892 and sticks to the old lie about a reducin-incu- se One thousand men are reported to ive Of tion of letter postage to one cent; com- have been killed in a prolonged fight goods we mends the evidence of civil service re- between Brazilian troops and tho insurto form; indorses the Nicaragua canal pro gents in the State of Matto U rosso. The ject and calls on Congress to aid the government troops were routed aud fled World's Fair to its fullest extent; sym in disorder. Cuyaba, tho capital, was pathizes with all wien and legitimate ef captured and sacked by the rebels and forts to lessen and prevent the evils of all the government officers were assassiintemperance and promote morality; nated. to to Course promises to further open the doors of CHURCH AFFAIRS. lx the treasury to the pension howlers and we below see commends President Harrison's adminRev. W. E. Arnold will preach at istration in emphatic terms. It is a McKendree next Sunday. great platform so far as promises are Rev. A. V. Sizemore will preach at concerned, but promises are cheap and Rowland at 3 o'clock next Sunday. sensiblo people have long ago learned Dr. Savage, the Bible agent, 1ms to that the republicana,proiniso but never purchased a residence at Winchester for To On Fridays. perform. $5,000. Men's all wool Suits. Frick's Light Colors g 5 OO un me wnoie uie convention seems The representatives of the various to have put its best foot foremost. Har Christian churches in tho county, met Men's extra fine wool Suits, Sack and Frock g,0 r0 rison is undoubtedly the strongest man here yesterdav aud unanimously elected in the party and the addition of Editor Eld. J. G. Livingston evangelist for Lin- Men's Grey Cheviot Suits 4 75 Iteid to the ticket helps it largely, for ho coln. fine suit, light colors, all wool ;; Hoys' g 0 7S is a man of broad intellect, with a barAt Norton, Va , tho Rev. John rel which will be put on tap besides. It Panel, a Baptist preacher, shot and fatal- Hoys' Checked Cheviot Suits g 4 00 will be no easy matter for the democrats ly wounded his neighbor, V. R. Davidto beat this team, but they can do it if son. They had gono to law to settle Child's Knee Pants Suits, all wool, LightColors 4 95 they are true to themselves and their trifiinc differences aud the trouble took Childs' Cassimere Suits, Dane Shades 3 00 country. placo just before their case was to have Childs' Cloth Suits been called. $ . 50 The name of the Rev. G. W. Boiling, of tho colored name of tho Barbourville News has been church, baptized nine convertsat changed to the Outlook and in the ini Baptist Portman's pond bunday afternoon. Just, tial number under the new management after emerging from the water one sister J. E. Murrell, who has had much news- shouted loud and long and assumed a paper experience, makes his bow as edifainting attitude, which the presence of tor. The paper will be independent in pastor prevented from repolitics, be sent at SI a year and will mind of the sulting seriously. not fill any of Freeman's engagements, which, of course, it could not be expectHARRISON AND REID. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. at ed to do. The Mt. Sterling "The Latest Novelty." That's the Republican Team Chosen at has done the Pluenix act Strawberries are plentiful at Somer-- 1 Minneapolis. most commendably. It now 6hiues in set at 25 cents a gallon. It ia BeLJamin Harrison and he was brand new type and its appearance, is The race horse Aloha was bought by renominated as easily as skinning a cat, as neat as its contents are clean aud en- Jockey J. J. McCafferty for $21,000. when the balloting that the Blaine men tertaining. Mr. S. S. Cassity is making of Georgia water- The first had staved off as long as possible, began a fisrt-rapaper out of it, while Capt nilnng rpnplifil Louisville bV the L. fc It is the same did tale. Tl 0 Dat. jvilles beat the Interior Journals It to 1 f at 3:10 Friday afternoon. The president W. T. Havens, the owner, is enjoying a N last week. "X 7 I" T" "T "J" A T v I received 535 and a fraction of the 904 fat "sit" in the Auditor's office at Frank J J J I I I Our boys ) Vm. Mnrplnnd boueht of Jas. Dud on their grounds Friday. AA -- - -- - -- L-L I V V JL J votes cast and his nomination for presi- fort. A.JL V.J . weighing 1,170 at 31 an d must do better or throw up the sponge. derar a steer dent of the United States, was then (Late Alexander's Hotel.) one weighing 1,410 at The firm of Mason, Hoge A Co., of To Delinquents. made unanimous. Poor Blaine, whose M. F. Elkin bought of Chan. Orman IHOIiOUGHLY worst days, only Frankfort, wealthy and fine business last days seem to be his is against our and contrary and of Teler It a lot of heifers at $2.00 Rates $2.50 Per Day. received 1S2 votes, exactly a many as men all, has secured a part of the con- Straub a bunch of hogs at 3 00, to our uesire to a.K our patrons jor -- .. ..... .m, vuitu .win vjiccii o McKinley, who was not even put in tract for the making of a canal at Chicadid j 3ireci, opposite the Court-- louse, Carter & Givens bought a car load of mouev through the paper, but remit-nomination, but who, it is said, was go to drain the city to tho Mississippi milk cows and calves from various par river nnd for ships and general commertances are so slow and our need of willing to do the Garfield act. Tho A. V. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, : ties in tins county at $25 to W. R. LOGAN, was either the worst fooled cial purposes, the total cost of which is - Tinrns boiii'lit in a mnnd an orMfit flint nr.t iir fnrimil In in. Lney : Tii,nn J. J. Marshall, clerks Manager. biggest estimated to be not less than $20,000,000. man on earth, or he had the intnfiintrher rattle at 13 to 2i cents iist that evervone who owes us will al ever lived. His Of this sum it is said the part which fools for a following that They also bought six head of fat eat tl tie at once. If your label does not read ' HjuneOiyou nro in arrears and should defeat is the worst ever known in the Mason, Hoge & Co. has secured will cost at 3 cents f ice of such efforts aud noise as his sup- over $2,000,000. The same firm also seSpoonamoro sold to semi u the nmonni tiue 10 uaio wnn a C M. andJ.T. porters made and he goes down humili- cured a few days ago a contract to make D. X. Prewitt 150 lambs, July delivery. year's pay in advance. This mean you a railroad tunnel under the city of o uevu me everyone 111 arrears. ated and shorn even of the laurels he is Filty pairs Ladies' Custom Made lnn.1 nf hoes. Julv tieliv- t si n,l , ffc V HUM n nr .v-- . money. supposed to have won. His official ca- Richmond, Va., which will cost more ery, at cents. reer is ended and his life will soon be. than $750,000. Auditor of 1oa, Hon W V Lue. Hardy k McClure bought of R. It. & hvpue4 ( hamlxrUllf Cough Ktme-i- y Well, Resquiatin pace. He was a horse Adams and others a tajr.v"I Umlly anl hac do hoitancjr in hjic By order of the Congressional District E. P. Woods, Josh ih my I Mlevo alt that i in his time and he has earned the rest Committee, it it aaeellent rcuiciljoftheSth district, a county car load of butcher stuff at 2J to 3 05. claimed far it. l'rrOH afflicted by a or will henceforth receive. Perhap3 he he no ilanzer Broken sizes, all of the best makes, reduced from S3. roid will find it a friend " There convention will be held at the court- The last price was paid for extra ones. 50 per pair to from whoopme couiih when thlt remedy it freely is not so much sinning as sinned against. house The Covington courts have sustaiued civen 15 ana je cent rattle tor aaie ay ut m in each county at 2 o'clock v. n. Heed et Dudley, Quay, Piatt, Clarkeon, lknirne, Urugitt ana Optician, Stanfsrd, Ky Sateens reduced from isfjc per yard to ioc;Drcss Chambray re Saturday, June IS, to appoint delegates the Latonia Jockey Club in ruling off L al wanted to down the administration duced from 15c yard to ice. alleged complicity in Cotton Serge from 6Vxc yard t) the District Convention, which will John Braunan for and used the renown of the plumed NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. swindle to 10c. be held at Nicholasvilleon Saturday, Ju- tho famous Polk Badget-Tann- er knight to accomplisu it, in vain. They SaTThcsc goods must go in the next 30 days, so call at once and ly 0, to nominate a democratic candidate last fall. too are in need of rest and it is more Harrodsburg Democrat says J. secure your share of the bargains. The for congress in the 8th district. Let all than probable that il Mr. Harrison is his friends turnout aud give Gov. H. Dickenson & Co., have bought a large good God which we hope a againtt a rousing endorsement. number of Iambs tor Inlv deliver? ftt o r All persons havinz claimi reutej the rttate o w u,yen,( deC(jt ,re t0 irMvnl will forbid, he will let them have all m wic thtm 10 ut yme jtn or aujuh next to 5J and several tnonsanu uusueia rF.NS. four years to come, they want in the Col. W. O. Bradley held down the new crop of wheat a' 70c. G. C. Ol V ENS. has the backbone to do po. Kentucky delegation for Harrison in a G L. SL'KHKIl that is if he t$MW. The Great Eclipse stake, worth Depew nominated Mr. Harrison in a manner which should further increase won at Morris Park Saturday by was masterly speech, but the heralded an- the admiration the president has for E. stable's Sir Walter. A W. 0. him. The colonel will still be the na- the Oneck's nouncement that our own Col. SHELTON HOUSE, ago Sir Walter also won the Great Bradley would second it was not veri- tional committeeman of Kentucky nnd American $20,000 stakes. Rowland, : : Kentucky. fied. He had n thunder bolt prepared the high cockalorem of the State, so far J R.A. Dodds, one of the of the llrm Office noun ? to 3 a. m aid 3 to 9 p. m. though and but for the failure of Chair- as managing republican affairs and dis- - of S. Hawkins & Co., of Wilmore, was During the year 1S9.: I J. shall keep constantly on man McKinley to remember the pro- pensing Federal patronage is concerned. jiere court jay flnj fc0id SO yoke of cattle hand a full and complete stock of gramme, it would have been fired. The 2MT. C. SAUFLEY, to different parties at prices ranging THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. convention was the losar by it and not from 40 to $00. Harrodsburj; Demo- Of Lincoln, it a CandMite (or Circuit Judge In Col. Bradley. By the way, the Kenthlt judicial dlttrlct, tubject to the action oflhe We regret to observe thatSenator L. crat. Democracy tucky delegation did not vote solidly for D. Parker will resign his seat about July down on We will shut Notice. of the delegates vo- -; president. the 1 to go to California to live. June ISth for 15 days to have eomo reted for Blaine aud one for McKinley J. The election bill has passed the pairing done. All needing atiy custom B. Marcum, A. R. Dyche, of the London House, with the primary election and grinding done in that time will please I will m.l. ttiA nTM.nl uiurfi at mr nlaee on the .My stock of Echo, and James Denton, of Pulaski. other foolish features and all. The elec come in in the next 10 days New Stan-3- Danville pike with the above Shorthorn bull at fifor thcicnson. Sam ha proven hitmelf I. to be a They will swim in the soupi hereafter, tion is to be held on tbe first Tuesday in ford Roller Mill Co calM oo.Uree..e, and the pM.e'. attenuon even if they are able to keep their heads November and only one a year, exclua.y 4t A n HOOT, Staniorci Ky. A good crowd attended county court Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers of up at all. sive of school elections. A heavy penal- yesterday, but business generally was Friday night's session, Hon. White-la- ty is attached for either telling or givinir prompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas At dull. Auctioneer A. G. Talbott repo rts OR Iteid, editor of the paper that Hor- away intoxicants on election day. Daltoii in charge. A. R. PENNY. about 100 head of cattle on tbe market. A IIIIOW.V MAKE I'ONV, about nK handi New York ace Greely made famous, the e Good feeders brought 3J cents, Mvh mm. anil tall, tnxi html, a imlll lump On Tribune, was nominated for j NEWSY NOTES. left back, oxen 31, cows and calves dull at 17 to on leftletter "K" branded on any jaw; alta brandc aud the convention inmrmauon hip Any one giving by acclamation to her recov? ry will receive a liberal reward. Alabama instructed for Cleveland, 122. Capt. T. W. Bottom reports the adiourned sine die. He had just re- W. J. ROMANS, Lancaiter. Kr. and $03; it of two yokes of cattle at Charles Rice, colored, was killed by sale Bigned as minister to France and has not for S10S; 10 cows at 1J cents nnU Ko-n- ' cWoSfiuBS been much in politics for three years. lightning at Hutchison, Fayette county. a horse d steers at 3.30. 10 head I;oJ pike, 4 miles from Stanford. W. II. Miller. -S- idney Dillion, who died at New Everybody claims to be satisfied and says a solid front will be presented to the York last week worth $30,000,000, began REST. enemy, but the bad taste in the mouths life as a water boy for a construction of most of the Blaine howlers will hard- - company. From Dear Kate's Scrap-Boodisappear in time for them to vote for Ambrose Brower, of Wolfe county, My feet are wearied and my handi are tiled Of,all kind', ly My oul oppressed the little man with the big hat on the ssrving a life sentence in the peniten-firs- t Made and Set Up in All Parts of Tuesday in November. tiary for murder, lias been pardoned by And with detire ha e I long- detlred the Country. Kelt only rtst. conglomeration of gov Brown, Xo Agents emp!o)cd. The platform is a The distillery warehouse of Calvin TU hard to toil when toil 11 almost vain promises made to the ear, to be broken ' W. ADAMS & SON, Ky. In barren ways; As usual, it claims that East, in MadiBon county, was destroyed And we can show as nice an assortment as the people have to the hope. No. 42 Ilroadway, Lexington, :9.6m 'Ti hard to sow and neer garner grain n the good crops are due to the republi- by fire, with $5,000 worth of whisky. In harvest days. party, nnd not Goa Almighty; the !6urance $1,000. I The burden of my days Is hard to bear-At Cleveland, 0., Woods, Jenkins & doctrine oi protection is reaffirmed nnd GoJ knows best; tho democrats in Cougress denounced Co.'s planing mill was destroyed by fire, And I have prayed, but vain has been my prayer For rest sweet rest. for their attempt to destroy the tariff. Loss hot ween $250,000 and $300,000; inIn the corporate limits o Rowland. oeacemeal, and in tho next surance $350,000. laws by 'Tl hard to plant in spring ard neer reap H. I. OARST. Rowland. The autumn yield; Two men mado John Gibson, secrt- paragraph lauds reciprocity, which All Styles and Colors of Tis hard to till, and when 'tis tilted to weep freo trade, or tho next thing to tary of tho Gibson Manufacturing Co., field. O'erruitiess it; the silver question is completely in California, give np $15,000 whilo he Aud so I ery a weak and human cry, FIRE AND STORM straddled to fool tho unwary; more Force was on the train en route to pay his My heart oppressed; bills are demanded; scores Southern peo- men. I sish a weak and human sigh Atd so The several schools at Lexington For rest -- sweet rest. ple for protecting their women ngdnst wants a navy created; sent out 72 graduates last week, some .Represcntins ravisht-Ts- ; negro approval of the Monroe doc- sweet and some not so sweet. There Home-Spun- s. reufllrms Hartford, of Hartford, Conn., and demands more legislation to were numerous and sundry males in trine Manchester, of Manchester, Eng-legthe lot. restrict pauper immigration; favors Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, When Baby was sick, vro save her Caatorta. It is slid that Cleveland and Gray When aha was a Child, she cried for Castorla. islation by Congrts to protect the life Ins. Co. of North America, " nudlimbby transportation companies; democrats of Indiana are trying to form When fho became Miss, aho clung to Castorla, Companies. I would All of which are sympathizes with the oppressed Irish an agreement by which tho delegates of When aho bad Chll ren, alio cave them Castorl. he pleased to wait on my friends in this line. I'ol. issued. Will insure against tornaicies promptly that State will work for tho nomination nnd Jews; iusibts upon the fullest does, wind storms aud lightning. Lightning clauses attached without additional charge. liberty, but opposes any union of of Cleveland for president and Gray for Office at First National Uank Stanford. of church or State; feaflirms platform Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal W. F. WALTON. never are, as our buyer is continually shipping us Quantities of which he bought at a low price and are there enabled offer'exlra inducements. fore Bargains, THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE. it will your interest buy where your money will go the furthest By examining the bargains which you will will mention such a interest yon as malic you buy. sis: pages. ' NKWsrAi-ERiAL- 1 ANOTHER LOT OF STRAW HATS NOW IN "Every one a Bargain." VESTS, DOUBLE BR GENT'S FANCY sMBSsHm Sentinel-Democr- WD T - - $1.50 THE LOUISVILLE STORE. "f " car-loa- d te H T -- jAJjC 'i. ' ' i rr. 1 !.., r.,. Louisville, Ky. ".... $3-3- . X- The Bottom Knocked Out D- - i 1 te - c-- 1 36-inc- h Notice to Creditors. 1 Mc-Crea- I . W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. $20,-00- 0, few-week- s IR. I. PKOCTOR, A. R. PENNY. DRUGGIST AND JEWELER J To S.A.IM:. Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. Toilet Articles Glass, Books, t. BT ATCH3GS, CX.OCKS & J3S WEIaRTT w j STRAYED STOLEN. hmu-In- j first-rat- vice-preside- J ' 1,000-poun- FOR RENT. I SPRING CLOTHING ! IS j j MONUMENTS j - , OUR STOCK COMPLETE I j In-ca- Hut For Sal Twenty Building: Lots Ever Seen in Stanford. nu-an- s J. H. BAUGIDIAN, INSURANCE AGENT Cassimeres, Worsteds and Please Examine and Price Them. . firtt-clas- s . reli-gio- t. M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. i .1 1 r) 'mm THE MERRY BACHELORS' HOP. i Semi-Weekl- y , The worshippers of Terpirhore who Turner, of Louisville, is attended the Kith annual hop given by visiting Nor brother, Mr. J. E. Turner. June 14,1802; Miss M.ukui: Owblky hits gone to the Merry Bachelors of Stanford at WalStanford, Ivy., ton's Opera House on Fridry night labt Franklin to visit Miss Ella MeElwain. aro liberal in their praise of that delightMisses Taylor, of B.c, WALTON, bub. Manager Somerset, Haley ano Zkna Eugene Kel- ful occasion. It was a charming enterare guests of Mr. tainment and an entertainment that will ly's family. not soon die in the memory of the belles MEANS BUSINESS. Mr J. T. Lynn took Miss Nettie Wrny 0.00 Miss Uvueii ; Interior Journal! J " um "; ""d""' '" ,n r k K r and beaux who were present. At the young people began to come in and by 10.00 o'clock tho opera houee was a scene of crowded beauty nnd gallantry. Beautiful girls from many counties were in attendance ami n more lovely lot could not have been congregated. At 10 o'clock promptly Seiberts' orchestra commenced its divine music, which continued till tho old (own clork tolled five times the next morning. Excellent order was preserved; the boys worked manfully to entertain their guests; the full moon shone brightly from a cloudless sky, aud in fact, each thing vied with the other to make it an occasion unprecedented even in Stanford, where so many elegant hops have been given. There were about 50 couples who participated in the merry waltz and the number of spectators exceeded that number. Stanford has certainly fairly won the reputation of being one of the best hop towns in the State, and that she is sustaining that reputation goes without saying. The supper given for the benefit of the Interior Journal base ball club was libi Mil and.Mus. 0. A. Co.x, Mit.s Penrlie erally patronized by those who attended of DallrB, Mr. Guoiuik M. 1Jllrn,illlt j. M. ,, ThomM Wht.r. the hop and it was a repast fit for the Texas, is with his friend, Samuel ritt, A. S.Myers and Itev. W. E. Ar- gods. Below is a lit of those who atMenefee. nold formed n hShing party to tho Cum- tended, together with tho costumes of Dr. S C. Perkins, of Bee Lick, is here berhmj vt.gtt.riIav. the young ladies wtio gave a description a under treatment of Dr. Carpenter for Mnj D, G K0NU.UII nml Mihh to a reporter of this paper: thr-.a- t disea.. Minnie Mundnv, of Stauford, and Miss Miss Nettie Wray, black mull; natural .Mn.SK. Lukky, of Gallatin, Tenn.. Mattie Witt, a pretty little brunette of flowers. is withhls father and mother, Mr. and n.artmi ,0 Stanford, yester- - Mis Mattie Owsley, lavender faille M LACKey. MrS. Iifm- nfti.rti w...L-'iM.it r tliu fit. .11.. nt traltnmed with crepe, train of white broMim Mollik Fitc.of Kielimond,,pent. n ,, jlronail ,h , CrabOrchard. cade; diamonds a couple of dayH with Miss Annie Hale, r- -. Miss Sudio Pickett, white silk; diaen mute to her home. CITY AND VICINITY. monds, flowers. Mr. Hknry B. Wilsov, of Lexington, Miss Patsy Tnbble, pink crepe; diaFruit jarsat McKinney Bros. spent several days with frieuda here monds. Tvho wen glail to see him. Knurr Jaih at J. B. Foster'. Miss Mary Dudderar, cream Henriet m J. B. Gentry went over to Lttonia ta; ribbons, natural flowers. Fruit Jaih at Farris it Hardin's. yesterday to see his mare, Mattie Ken- Miss Mary McKinney, crepe Dechene; ney, run her maiden race. Fruit jars at J. T. HockerV, Turnen- - flowers. IX. Wn Mrs. G. T. Helm and Mrs. G. ville. Mlsa Rlioda Harlan, China silk; pearls. tes. of Danville, attended the burial of Miss Sue Bright, grey silk; diamonds. jars ami jelly glasses nt A. A. Fruit Mrs. J. (t. Rmnaey, Saturday. Miss Nannie NanDoveer, white silk; It. A. Bukton, the accomplished Warren's. Mil diamonds. young city editor of the Lexington Binder Twine and machine oil at J. Miss Bessie Richards, blue Nun's veilTranscript, was here yesterday. B. Foster's. ing; diamonds. Miss Mint Youno, of Lancaster, who Mrs. S. M. Wilhite, red silk mull; diaPiidTo.v for Mle on reasonable terms. has been attending Hollins Institute Sit monds and rubies. Iinpiiroof Miss Annio Wray. Virginia, arrived homo Tuesday. Miss Elizabeth Snyder, yellow crepe; It. G Hail brought his wife from Mr. Rowland is enjoying a scan, mag, but diamonds Cincinnati Saturdnj and she is now nt we promised not to tell about it und we Miss Ora Wilmortvrose crepe dechene; Mr. George D. Wearen's, greatly im- wont. real lace. proved. Miss Alpha Tyree, cream silk; rubies. Mr. S. H. IUugiiman had two of his Mr. Henry W. Watson, of Mitchells-Mrs. J. E. Portman, China silk; natuSifety Wlii-- T tine thoroughbred colts bitten by ?nakis burg, inventor of tho Ideal ral 'flowers aud diamonds. dow Catch and Look, is hero in tho in- last week. Miss Lucy Doneghy, pink silk. terest of that excellent apparatus. We now have a stock of woven wire Miss Anne Shanks, white embossed Mr Dave Hamilton and wife, of and slut fence uiudo of oak pickets. Sine crepe nnd Duchess lace; natural llowers. Louisville, enmo up Sunday night to at- it Meuofee. Miss Margaret Owsley, pink faille silk, tend the bedside of his mother, Mrs. BoAltDKKs Wanted. Good fare, pleasblack velvet, ribbon aud gold.pasMtuien-tarie- ; Isaac Hamilton, who is very low diamonds. rooms nt the McHoberts houe. Mrs. Jut)ut:J. A. Ch.utkll has received ant Mrs. T. A. Rice, white embroidered Bauniu Burks. bin commission from tho governor and muslin; diamonds. lawbreakers had better beware in our All kinds of rough lumber for sale at Mrs. G. L. Penny, Mauve grenadine; adjoining town of Rowland. He will tho Now Lumber Yard near the depot. fern leaves. m stand no foolihhnvt-sJ. T. Ulaukenship. Miss Lizzie Dunn, white silk; diaMrs. S. 0. Tin eiieart and Mlb Mary Fruit Jars, jolly glasses, tops, gums, monds. , Myers, of Millersburg College, and Miss Miss Florence Jenkins, pink silk, black sealing wax ami preserving kettles nt Gus Wilson, sifter of Bishop A. W. velvet trimmings; diamonds. Hardiu's. Wilson and missionary to Mexico, are Farrisit Miss Gertrude Grady, canary silk; with Mrs. S. S. Myers. A oood, second hand, Marechal Neil roses. .iiiu.mii.-im.u..'i.- i portable engine lor salo at a uargaiii.r Miss Nancy Elizabeth Mahan, brocade Colloy House. Mr. P. is State agent for See Geo. 1). Wearen. silk; natural flowers. one of the beat insnranco companies, Mrs. E. C. Walton, white alligator My fine soda water uparatus is now in and with Mr. S. S. Myers, loud agent, cloth. operation. Call and get a glass of the proposes to boom it this week. Miss Gertrude Howard, white silk; Mrs. E. G. Waller and children left best you ever Usted. A.R.Penny. natural flowers. Sunday to make her home at Shawnee, A lakok number of the young people Miss Jessie Dodds, blue crepou; llowTentL, to bo with hor husband, whose will attend the opening hop at Linniet-t- a ers. run as engineer makes that tho mobt Springs to night. Capt. Richards has Miss Annie Alcorn, white silk and convenient and pleasant place for them spaired no pains to make it n grand af- lace; diamonds. to live. fair and th it it will Lh goes without sayMiss Louis Tipton, white silk; flowMr. Samuel Humiierstone, the baud-som- ing. ers. 0 young engineer who has lift been Miss Fannie Shanks, crepon, lace; diaThieves broke a window n J. II. Uil- elected city councilman at Rowland, and monds. his pretty wife left Saturday night to ton's store nt Rowland, and prizing it Miss Helen Sanlley, cream silk; tulle visit friend in New York and Toronto, open, stole a suit of clothes, two. pairs of overdrew; roses. pantaloons, a pair cf shoes and perhaps Canada. Miss Emma L. Garrard, pink crepe; Mn. and Mrs. It. Williams left this many other tilings, though Mr. Hilton can not state positively that they got diamonds. morning for Indianapolis to bo pre-eMiss Ella May Saunders, lemon crepe; grandson, Mr. more. nt the marriage of their flowers and gold. John T. Marshall, to Miss Lilly Smith, an All of old man Penny's grandchildren Miss l8abello Owsley, mull lace, ribaccomplished young lady of that city, on are girls except but there is no excepbon; rubies. I tlw. juiii Irtet tion. The lust one is, too. Mrs. It. II. Ilia fit iiint Miss May ire Batterton, pink silk. Mrs. Pamklia Huffman, who has been Mahouy added another to tho growing Miss Lottie Dillion, white Swiss natvisiting relatives in this section for six string Saturday nigtit aud mother, babe, ural flowers. months, left for Lexington Saturday to old man Penny and Mahony are doing Miss Fox Pennington, cream crepon, visit Dr. L. P. IIuHman and Mr. J. B. as well as could be expected. lace; diamonds. Huffman, before returning to her homo Mrs. Geo. C. Keller, croam crepe, silk. A 1'UNY little Pigg of a trustee in the in Kansas next week. Mibs Nannie Reid, heliotrope silk; di- j Carpenters Creek school district went back Miss Emma McKkan, of Ohio, formeramonds. ly of tho faculty of Stanford Female Col on Miss Ella B. Wright and refused to let her have the school. She got the lege, is the guest of Mrs. II. J. McHobMrs. S. P. Stngg and other friends. Carters District hdiool, however, which erts, Since she left hero she has taken a tour will pay her about os well and the Pigg of Europe and perfected her knowledge can continue to wallow in his mire. of French in the capital of Franco. The Commercial Club has decided to Dr. and Mrs. P. P. Thukiikart, of hold a convention of property holders Sterling, Kansas, are guests of their Bis and ill others interested in tho growth ter, Miss Florence Trueheart. They nro of Middlesboro about the middle of Jujincomnanied by their daughter, Miss ly. Three thousand invitations will ho Virginia, and are en route homo from sent out and every one will be earnestly Old Point Comfort, where tho doctor, urged to attend. Cheap rates will bo who is surgeon for tho Missouri Pacific, given on the L. & N. and its connecattended a meeting of tho Railway Sur- tions. geons' Association. The Interior Journal ha.se lxll club Misses Clir and Ouhulia Lackky IlLST UETWKKN DANCKS, t University to see hasbecomo a Htock company with n capwent up to Central Law will, BeverFrom Danville-W.Will G. Lackoy, gruduato ital of 500. Most of the btock has been their brother, Diliehay, Thomas with tho degree of A. B. J. 0. Jones, taken aud tho rest will he soon. Tom ly Batterton, Ed S. Baughman, John Diliehay, of this county, was also awarded that Hurly, who was mainly instrumeut.il in stocking it, has been appointed manager Harry Drake, Harry Whitthorne, Mordegree. Upon Mr. Lackey's diploma and he says he is determined to haven rison Breckinridge, Will Brewer, Will waB written "Magna Cum Laude," ho overage of 00 during winning club. Ho has telegraphed for Dunn. having attained ait Barbourville-- C. J. Tinsloy. aud will have them ready for both bis junior nud senior years. Mr. a battery Twidwell. Hustonville-Fe- lix with Hnrrodsburg at this place Lackey was iiIbo awarded the Hawes the gamo Middlesboro -- Eph Pennington. afternoon at 3 o'clock. this prize for highest nverago in urecK. aZ?l. ihS"y'; .,., to Mammouth Cavo yesterday, where they will stay neveral days. MK8SR3. O. L & T. W, Jones are hack Enohavino beautifully and artistically University and W. II. '" U"" ...n-H.- .,l ' from Centre Colle,e. ;,rr.Trenny. all klmfs Charles Kohkrt accompanied Hill Have your watch, clock and joweiry repaired at A. It. Penny's. All work and Clem Spalding, of Lebanon. and wnrritfiti.il. tliey are making a visit to Mr. lloiloy Kkmkmiikii thatnll silverware, watches, Hill. rings, &c, bought at A. It. Penny's "ill J unci: K. J, Hreckinriihie. Kobart be engraved freo of charge. Harding and Col. Thos. M. Green, of Danville, and II. T. Noel, Esq., were PERSONAL POINTS. here yesterday. Miss Nora Dickkiwon, of Garrard, 8, Miss Kati: Ivinnairii brought Miss with Mies Monto Harris. .Mary Gill and John kinnaird over to MMr. M. Salinobr, of Louisville, is tako the train for Birbourvillo and visiting Mr. and Mr. A. Hays. yesterday. Miss Emma Garrard, of Manchester, Mr. andMi-.s- T. J. Foster returned is the guest of Miss Louise Bailey. yesterday from Jessamine, where they Mr. and Mrs. John L. Bosley, of had been to see their daughter. Mrs. . are guesis 01 mt. jhck ixis.ey. ,,nu ,,,,. Tmn , Mrs. B. G. Alpord has roturco from of nn8t An Ksg a weeks visit to friends at Crab Orch- - ,md Ulu ,JOnor of Mafi ,.lecUH, vice. president of the National American Med- Misses LtziK a.m. Lily Boslry, of 1m, A,s0cia0I1 al ,,,, meetJ b al Detroit Springfield, are with Miss Mattie C. Boswuek Wai.1. paikii nnd paints at W. B. jbertM. Mc' , t Mid-dlebo- - Walker Tevis. Junction City Will Burke, J. E. Calvert, W. B. Burke. Lexington H. B. Wilson. Mt. Vernon- -J. M. Williams. Louisville-W- ill T. Yager. AND STILL IT GROWS HOTTER ! McKinney C. L. Crow, Josph Williams. Manchester-- J. H. White. Unless you come to THE NEW CASH STORE and Versailles S. C. Lowery. those Summer Goods made to Lebanon W. R. Rice. London R. C. Ford. Boiling, Ala , Joe B. Burton. Besides tho town and county boys iu large number", the following from other towns attended: Because they are so cheap. Our $5, SS and suits -- Richmond HOT ! HOTTER Hfl E I buy some of Keep Everybody CooL $o are simply un Harrodsiiuros vs. Interior Journals at surpassed and unless you come soon you will miss great Bargains. " 9 m Rochester Park this evening. Boiin, to the wife of Prof. ton, of Danville, a nine-pound J. F. Wal- OUR NEGLIGE & WHITE SHIRTS, We 4. girl. arrived Saturday night. It Collars, cuffs and summer ties must be seen to be appreciated. have too many and have made I have Ice nt Elkin's .shop during the day and will be present to wait on my customers. James P. Bush. Prices That are Sure to Move Them. SOME EXCEIiIiPITT ro . ,.,, 1 ,,.., ,; must be reduced. Those French Ginghams and 25c are going rapidly and our Crepons, Mul-houmm Tissues, Cheverons, Ponges, Printed Indias, Lace Henriettas, Dr. D. E. Proctor, of Rockcastle, has decided to locate at Rowland and his must go this hot weather. Come while you can get Choice. j,ay crop very large. We have also made prices on Lace Curtains to move them. Come In conversation with farmers from all and see for yourself. Our Shoe Stock in Ladies and Gent's contains parts of tho county, yesterday, it was : ; learned that the wheat prospects, barring smut in some localities, were very Our $i Kid Shoe in broken sizes will catch anybody they will fit. fine; the corn stand is splendid aud the Our Dress Goods Stock BARGAINS at ioc, 12c, 15c se - Ie-- V Si-nii- ". card announcing this fact appears in this paper. He is a graduate of the University of Medicine at Louisville and being in love with his profession, is bound to succeed. Give him a chance. Tick members of the Home Literary and Dramatic Society, of Turnersviile, Jack Beazley, president, will present the beautiful drama, "Lady of Lyons," nt the school house at Turnersviile on Thursday evening, June o0. The proceeds will go for the purpose of buying a library. About 20 young ladies and gentlemen will take part and a good entertainment may be expected. Admission 25, 33 and 50 cents. . JOHN S. HUGHES. GO TO A. A. Warren's "Model Grocery" -- ( - u FOR- m Unfortunately for all concerned that East End bride we spoke of a few issues ago did not have the dropsy. Time has proved that she had been tempted from the path of virtue, n little stranger has arrived and hereafter husband and wife will go fiejmrate way. They had only been married three months. Great sympathy is felt forthe family, especially the father, who is utterly crushed by the revelation. Sudden Death. The sail news of the sudden death of Walker Landram, son of Gen. W. J. Landram, of Lancaster, reached hero yesterday, but we could get no particulars except that it was caused by hemorrhage and occurred at a Madison distillery, of which he had charge as storekeeper. He was a gener oils hearted fellow, liked by all and his wife and child, father and mother have our tenderest sympathy. FRUIT JARS, JELLY GLASSES, ' TOPS AND GUMS, SEALING WAX, &C. 1 lll Spring & m Is Receiving1 His Summer Goods Gie me call. I Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. . FARRIS & HARDIN, .Dealers In. m . '""' j ! We got the names a little wrong in our in our report of the Somerset last issue. Mrs. Will Vickery accused Mrs. Brown, a fascinating widow, cf stealing her husband's affections and proceeded, as thocrowd came out of the Barnes meeting, to cowhide her. Mrs Vickery was arrested and put under bond, while her faithless husband left forthe far West. Next day Mrs. Vickery, who seems to be a Tar or a Tarter, attempted to cowhide Mr. J. P. Horna-dawho sent a sensational report of the first cow hiding to the Courier-Journ- al and Cincinnati Enquirer, but the Re porter says he caught her and held her after she had gotten in one good blow. cow-hidin- Staple & Fancy Groceries Hard- -, Queen- -; Tin- - and Giassware. Just Received a Beautiful Line y. Chamber Sets and Lamps. 3 1EASIS ABOS - G CxrjBg AT - e ' nt 1 In the county court yesterday tl e will of George Vnughn was admitted to probate. Special bequests are made to all his grand children and his wife, the residue to be equally divided betwen his two children. W. A. Hail qualified as executor. The will of Louisa McKinney was also probated and numerous oyerseers of roads were changed. All the magistrates met with Judge Varnou in the afternoon and by an unanimous vote decided to sell $9,000 in bonds to pay outstanding indebtedness and start the county on a cash basis. The bonds are to bear 0 per cent, and a committee composed of Messrs. W. E Varnon, J. B. Paxton and G. B. Cooper appointed to sell them. The same was appointed to confer with the city council about putting a fountain in court square with the power to expend $100, but Mayor D. W. Vandeveer, who insisted that the county should pay for all, declined to entertain the proposition. com-mitte- B.K.&W.H.Wearervs. Garden Tools, Rakes, Hoes, Spades, Shovels, Traces, Collars, Pads, Hames, Leonard Refriger ators, White Mountain Freezers. Water Coolers, Etc. o Sheep Sheep. Cures Scab and Itch, Kills Ticks and Lice, Makes Your Sheep Healthier MoKIlTITETr BROS. And the wool better. Dip your Sheep just after shearing. Made It. Parents had just as well let their daughters marry when they set Two and a half gallons of Dip to ioo gallons of water will dip 150 their hearts on it, for they will do it, consent or not. Friday w e told how Mr. P. E. Parrish had met Mr. W. L. who was on his way to steal his daughter, Miss Mary, and a the point of a gun made him retrace his steps. Mr. Parrish thought ho had fixed matters, satisfactorily to himself at least, hut his success was only temporary. Friday Mr. Parrish went to Danville and as soon as ho had goue Miss Mary contrived to get a uote to her Will, which read somewliat as follows: "Father has gone to Danville. Now is your chonco if jou want me." William stood not on the order of his going, but went at once, got the faithful little maiden and was soon going as fast as tho train could carry bride to Jellico, him and his would-bTenu, where they were married. Mr. Dudderar is about 10 and is the son of Col. W. H. Duddorar. His bride is much younger and very pretty. Dud-dera- r, e Do You Need a Wagon i t A W. Yea-ger.- ' u la. CALL AT J. B. FOSTER'S J' And examine the Studebaker. Car-loa- d PA i,-- just received. $ - Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa. RAILROAD JOTTINGS. Published Every Tuesday and Friday S2 T1IZ YICAK 43-Wh- en IN- .A.DV.A.JCC.K. will lie charged "ffn - not optd $2,60 HE KNEW MA'S WEAK POINT. K. G. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. ro , returning at fs:ao p.m. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail tram gome North.. South North Lieal Freight North Express train She Wns Iloiiml HsiM Go to Sellout, lint Ho IHiln't. "Mn, kin I stny home from school this j" " " South...... - 19 pm .......! iJ4Pn . tnjim 151JD .6w" 511pm South. The latter trains also carry passengers. The above Is calculated on itandard time. Solar time it about ao minutes faster QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Special i Fast Q p. m.; New Orleans Limited m Special 3 40 North-bouna. m. ; lllue Q A-- C. Special a m j Cincinnati Limited 1 07 Grits Special p. m.; Fast Mail 3 41 p. m. South-boun- Trains pass Junction City d A-- as follows Mail Hluc-Gra- 13:43 P m i d ss j:o j nira FOR SCROFULA scrofulous humor in the blood, ulcers, catarrh, and consumption, use "Willie, I'll" "Ma, if you let mo stay home, ma, I'll tell you what I'll do, ma, I'll" "Willie!" nfternoon?" "Willie, no." 'Ola, kin I stny, iun? I'll enrry up coal from the cellar, ma, nn I'll tend the baby, nu I'll look nf ter the clothes on the roof, an I'll "I snid no." Silonco one minute. "Ma, kin 1 stay homo from school, mar' "I said no, Willie." "Ma, kiu I stay, ma? I'll mop tho floor; run errands, ma; wash winders, ma; help beat the carpets, ma; clean dishes, ma; polish tho" "You heard me say no." Silenco one minute. "Ma, if you let me stay home" "Willie, must I spank you?" "If you let me stay home, ma, 111" Ayer's Sarsaparif la l-- t The most economical, safe, speedy, and effective of all blood-purifiers. ma, an watch the furniture waggin ns it drives up to that cross eyed Mrs. Skrews' across tho street, ma, an tell you, honest, everything she has bought for her new houe, so you kin tell, ma, whether she's beatin you, ma, or you're benn her." "Come to my arms, my dear son; you will be president some day." New York Recorder. An I'ntolcl Story. "I'll sit in the winder all afternoon, . 1. . ...i.t... The Pennsylvania railroad will erect I n (..mu.ir ' -act . .' I ' trict. uhjci to Vvvim ' 'I. n t), 1. new passenger stations at Piipiu nnd ir I have Mr. fence's old es in the best manner Urbana, 0M on tho Indianapolis division. tralnet, Roll) Mergau, one 01 tne uesi in 1110 Business. Will handle horses at $13 a month or break W. HUGHKS Valuable Lands and Town Properly, The governor of Massachusetts 1ms them lor $10, furnishing leedtntf during the time. I have all the equipments, such ai harness, carts, sent in a veto of the bill authorizing the Is a Candidate lor CommonwellU'a Atternev In Ac. GUeiuea trial Ihlsthe ijth Judicial Dittrtri, subject to thoac Connecticut Uiver Railroad company to Garrard Circuit (vurt TILrOKU MKSSFR, Stanford, Ky 3 lion ol the Prmmraiy increase its capital stock. Wade II Walker's Widow. Ac Plaintiffs, against Pattle Totrlll, Ac, IX fendaiits The new ntntion that tho Central 1 1 IS. Gov. Circuit Ht Railroad of New Jersey is building nt Courtslrtumfn judgment of tin Garrard cat jlcxl at tl rrliruary term,iSoi,ln the alms Is a Candidatn f if Congress In the th Cngres Avenue A, Dayonue, N. .7., will lie suit, will on sIoimiI Dlstrl. nf Kentucky-- Mibje..t t., the action morning in Stanbrsl and of the Dem' ratic party known as tho "New Jorsev Athletic I will Row land at ae csmt per pound Wodnosday, Juno 15, 1892, hundred deliver Ice everydue Ust orsuiv cent. Club" station. of each wnk All accotiiils JAMKsP. HUM!, Epe- Randolph has buon S. OWSLEY, ,, uni.cka.ra r thereaiMmt, vll to the high- it. tf sranfufd. Ky "I'l"""1"' At bidder at public outcry at the Utf h..meMinlr elder m,,io.,.n the western division .f w.,i H Walker m Garrard cnntv. Ky .the Is a Candldsle for Comnonw call It's Attorne) ,iub the Newport News nnd Mississitini Val- - lins Tracts of Land and Town Property, vlt. to psrty laany i cntitalninr lit Acrtx. unon which Tr.rt ley railroad, to succeed T. Sabiu, who THE SHELTOR HOUSE, Judicialthe auionofttie Demo, rati'.outitj may tt District to which I mcoin Is an etogstnt new two.try brick there naaif MCtl! takes charge of tho bridges on the divi with od outbuildings and splendid ImROWLAND. KY. provement, of nil binds sion. a contains 15 Acre. Tract N. To lo enterprising in tlu extremo the Tract No. 1 contains i$j Acres. throughout i has The three Trocts New York, licugo nnd St. Louis road and then as a whole will be first HtTeml separately This House lusbeen refitted and tho bid or liWs accepted recently ran an excursion from Fort that will rralli the nnt money A LIVERY ATTACHED. time and place the Wnyno nnd intermediate points to the AKi at the same Madixon county, Ks, following lots In KlrVsllle, M No. Transient lustotn solicited World's fair grounds nt fares averaging lotitaluliig 1J4 Acres, upon which Ihire Is i J W CAKRILR, Prop yfcuy dwelling houo with good Imsplendid one cent it mile. provements of all kinds. Tho new board of directors of the CinLot No. a contains i Acre, upon which there Is HOTEL AND SALOON houo cinnati, Wabash nnd Michigan coni.ts a largeNo. 3 contains Acrs-Lot t of J. PieriKiut Morgan, Ueorge Wins, Terms The snlo will bo made nn a credit ol f AT ROWLAND to being months, Cliauncey M. Depew, Cornelius Vander-bil- and 11bonds withthe purchan-- ecurlt restulrod to the approveil lable effect H. McK. Twombly, ,1. D. Layn", Master (Vinmtssloner. has Inir tho force and , of a judgmeut.upoii which execution may Isuelf W. P. Anderson. M. E. Ingalls, I offer for sale prisatety mv frame Hotel and not paiu ai maiwruy. ana waring e per ceni iiiut-eAmos Townsend ami Benjamin fnim da) nf sale until paid and with a lien re- Saloon at Rowland, which are now renting at U' property as additional n,urlt for per month It iciitrally located and a tine point tained tnoH th S. Brown. thopurclui R. A. ltURNSlDK, raowey. lor business, bstng at a trrintial point on a divis' Master Com'r Garrard Clrcut louit. It has good well, stable ion of the L Commissioner's Sale Training and Breaking Stable . .. ... .. c.kr i. t rcu nave opneu up t .ivh jm's tinir Course and am now prepared to handle hors ! .. 1 II. T. NOEL r- -. 1 m. 1 1 1 , JOHN . ICE! ICE James 1 McCrcary 1 , tr - f. e, J. JR., I I iSff? '.S? ji-- dwelling-hous- "S 1 oiie-stor- v two-sto- ry -- s r t, Jani"-Bamett- IF O IRj S.A. 11 H. vt L IE. c-- U-t- d WHISPERS ABOUT WOMEN. house and other necessary outbuildings Adctreis a MR' MARY C FKRRILL. Stanford Has Cured Others will cure you. , "Xow, gentlemen." said the man who was wearing a bear's claw on his watch chain, "I've got a mighty good bear story to tell unless some one raises nn objection. I want it unanimous or I don't talk." "Why should any ono object?" was :i DR. W. B. PENNY, nsked. Dentist. Office South side Main street, in office recently vacated by Dr. L. F Huffman, Stanford, Ky. the mountain. It's a mighty interesting . SURGEON DENTIST. story, but as I said before I don't want Office ion (Main street, over W. B. McRoberts to tell it if anybody raises an objection." Dru j Store, Stanford. "1 don't see what nnv one can object to." "Well, they R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. about the middleoften do. I get along of tho story and then some ono objects to my getting into the DENTIST. barrel and heading it up after me fs moving to the Higgios office, Lancaster street. makes it embarrassing for me to go back Nitrous Oxide Gas Riven for painless attracting. A. S. PRICE, "Wall, you see, tho story starts out this way: 1 was in a jwrk barrel in a lumber camp in Montana when a grizzly bear appeared. As 1 was headed up in tho barrel, and ns the barrel was new and stout ho couldn't pet at me. In revenge he rolled me down the sido of Traffic Tho widow of the late Professor Free-macaught smallpox from her husband when nursing him in hL fatal illness. Mnry Anderson declares that nothing would induce her to return to the stage. She leads n quiet, homely kind of life in tho pretty houso near Tunbridgo Wells, bought by her husband, Mr. Nuvarro John Oliver Hobbes, n writer whoo most recent book has caused Mmiething of a sensation in the fashionable circle of London, is the pen name used by Mrs. Craige, who is well known in thatcity. Mrs Hnwley Chapman, the wife of the insane actor Chapman, survived n bullet wound wnicli almost punctured her heart. While hovering between life and death sho wj;.- stricken with pneumonia. Yet she survived. "Aunt" Epy Smith, an old colored woman who died in Chicago recently, was once a servant of Abrahnm Lincoln, whose marriage to Mary Todd she witnessed, nnd she nursed Robert T. Lincoln ns n baby. Mrs. Brynn. the wife of the brilliant young orator from Nebraka, who made such a sensation by his taritr sieech in congress, is a graduate of a law school and has been admitted to practice haW courts of her state. - n C3-A-SjE3- I for 7. H. ECH-T01- T, HaHSyS Dealer in General Merchandise, Highest cash market price I paid Lumber and Shingles. Goods sol4 for cash oniv It gives me pleasure am doing tostite to thepublk in Kcnctal that I the people nicely under the Cash Ssten and that arc rapidly catihmg en to the lact that it Is the better system, both lor the b i)erand seller. 1 hey also know that 1 ll acnls for about a third less than ny competitors w ho do credit business He constantly on hand a splea-di- d member that I assortment of Dry Goods, (.roicrles. Clothing. Hoots, Shcs, Has and the like Call In and sev my stock, which is replenished almost daily J H. HILTON Rowland. Ky Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, &c, at M. F. 15 kp WII.I.IAM MORIDealer ill tbe a - ELXIN & CO., STANFORD. KV, 5T-i- yr NOTICE TO THE. traveling PUBLIC. ;ue:;:,.BuJ.rm,:.. l think can make strwHuMe I Solicited Mck Cattle and Jsheep a iiwulty. Persons havinir hit nfth. k. .1... ..i-far sileorwishlni to purchase am, t.II i .! cll Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs it ;lam), ...t. m DidYooNDtirf? Haiiii',' hourhi out the Jewelrs stand ol V It MA Mr Roberts, the druggist, I am at el rain to make room fur an entire new gomIsartltkalh line All and seller l I have opened In connection with mv Hotel, the O adilrrss Stsnlsr. Kv. Office at the Mjrrt House I" &tx,?::t Isotli t the buyer MYERS a First-Clas- HOUSE, THE F. H 1 RILEY HOUSE. Kontucky. UILEr, Proprietor. s Livery Stable, London, Cine cad. P W GRLrN Manager EngravedFreeofCharge Urand And oi!Vr the services of it to the publir new schicies and fresh blo'MicJ hor.rs make my stable compare with Tho Bost in me tho Country. a AL. have nosed to my new Hotel sad am twttte prepand than ever to accommedal the public. Good Livrry attached and every restnican desired. Give me a call. FRANK KJI.KV. J1 FIGS AND THISTLES. Watches, Clocks BURN. Propucior Tlllt f&Aitcaa POSTED. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. DR. JOHN M. STANFORD, s'p. m. 39-'- CRAIG, 1 Homeopathic Physician, - - . KENTUCKY. 10 to 11 ! Office Hours: a. m.; to 3 p. m.; 8 to court-hous- Office on Lancaster street, opposite DX- -. J. A. AMON, Houe, Office opposite Coffey Stanford, 19.6m - - Kentucky. MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, milliner and Dress Maker Corner Main and Depot Streets, ?v Stanford, Kentucky. !! just rrceive.1 a lund'nc line of Spring and miner Millinery and nmtes her friend, and the puoiic generally to call In ami et hrt choice. Hats and ltennets trimmed in the latett stle by ftaost artistic hands It is not the tallest tree that bears tho most fruit. STANFORD. KY. "I think 1 object," replied tho man The greatest coward in the world is a who had refused to take a bund in n hero to somebody. JOSEPH COFFEVJPro'r. game of pedro with us. Birds with bright feathers do not al"Ah, just so! Very well, sir; very ways make n good pot pie. now "This Hotel, renovated Thoroughly Repaired on Short- In charge and intendami refurnished, Is as to well! You have saved me much embarto conduct it tuy est Notice. Tho devil would have to go out of not only maintain Its high reputation, but to add rassment, and I thank you. The story Special acsmmda-tion- s to Its long Hit ot friends business if ho couldn't mnko sin attracwill not be told." far commercial travelers and nne rooms for tive. the display of samples. And it was not. New York Herald. Thero are men ' who tiro themselvos A Nearer Than Thnt. almost to death looking for nn c.1 And MILLIARD and POOLROOMS attached. It may be news to many people that place. JOSEPH COFFKV there can be a nearer family relation It is seldom that anybody falls down TO THE FARMERS. LOCUST GROVE" of brother nnd sister, but n lit- on ice. Our hardest tumbles generally than that ftl am agent for The Central Kentucky Hedge tle miss gave this information to tho come when wo think we nre safe. Fence Co.. nt Lancaster, and offer the services of B. O CK. world on the first day of her attendance Thero aro people who eem to have an both myself and the Company to the cituensofl Lincoln county. I am ery thankful for the liber-aat the public school: FOR SALE thoy attract attention in patronage received and nope by fair dealing to Accompanied by n smnll boy sho njv idea that of a good a continuance Earners heaven for their piety every time they merit will nnd me at the Myers in need in Stanford 1 he finest Farm and richest soil in Lincoln Co., House fence peared in tho schoolroom, and the buy u dish of ice cream nt n Laud, situachurch fes- n each County Court day. comprising 4)0 acres ol v proceeded to take down tho new tival. Ram's Horn. teacher M W. JOHNSON. ted wlthia iwu miles nt Stamord, the county seat of Lincoln Fronted by the Shelby City turnpike pupils' names, which wero givon ns and accessible to the Stanford ad Danville turnRalph nnd Edith Johnson. pike. 1 his is one; of tho best Sincl. (aims in the reaioa and is In a high stale of culii "Brother ?.nd sister, I suppose," said vat ion Abundance of water lor all purp the teacher pleaantly. XC3S Soil is f'riile and is suitable for the growing nf Dealer In berrp tatxsci. 10m and wheat Th land Is "Oh, no, ma'am, wo'ro twins!" was located so that it can be divided and two fine the little girl's reply. Youth's a large I ran supply the families of Stanford and vicinForeign and Domestic Fruits, iarmsnadu I hn improvements are st ck awl . Is nny ono here and explain, you know. going to object?" THE GOFFEY HOUSE ' iSSSHS' CLARK M I Atass-isss- . U.i.i.u C.l ... a Jewelry C. Jt.hPOOVAMOORE THOMAS C HALL XTSr M. W. G A INKS helan"'v ' 1 JAMFSGIVrN I S PIIILLIPV ANTON RES XCKER At KOH 11 RKSil,I)S B. H, DAMS. T I) Nl Wl AND W W 1IA t. C M.iN IKED HAT MANN FIrst-ClasstSalo- on 3T-- c FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD. KY ST TA M Capitnl Stock- Surplus 5200,000 18,500 lllue-Gra- n Uliie-Gra- ss iOTI BEER. . Com-paiiio- n. looking at the bunch of asparagus on his I am Agent for the Celebrated plate and handling his knife and fork Deering : Harvesting : Company, wun some degree 01 Hesitation ana nu And offer their Machine to the people of Lincoln certainty, "just how nsparagus ought to county. Their Hinders aie unexcelled ai.d their bo eaten. Reapers and Mowers stand the highest of any in "It ought to be enten sparingly," the market. Also keep all kinds of fixtures on ee me before purchasing. Office at First grumbled the landlady nndor her breath. hand. National Hank J. H HAUGHMAN, "It cost mo fifteen cents a bunch." ChiStanford, Ky. cago Tribune. i3-i- To Farmers. "I Sho Cmtlil Have Tnlil III111. wish I knew," said tho boarder, ity wilh home made Ice at 'x its per 100 pounds, at one cent per pound, and roaiiuf&ctured Ice at 75 cents per 100 pouuda or t! cents for smaller quantities. Ice delivered etery morning call special attention to the Jnfcn lire-niUrew'ing C 's Celebrated I X L. Ileer, for which I am agent. Will furnish in 'cube- - kc or bottle Write for prices. H. 1IREMKR, Stanford, Ky. ijtf leu thin that amount 1 Confectioneries, Ac. Ma with him a first class bakrr and can lurnihs $7 read. Cakes and the like on short notice. er Falls Branch Jellico Coal GENUINE Co. Miners asxl shippers of the HOUSE AND LOT FOR RENT. Original Jellico Coal. Try it W- barn. commodious dwelling a cnnsenicnt ay government agents, thus srcsirinc luldtliiona Ac, the br.t M fruit of all kinds, etc For tnd perfect safety to d.iio.ilfHS K II JONES, Stanford applv to ' This institution, originally established as th IONKS, J V Pinevill t ,, Depotil Hank of Stanford in then reiirgso 4.sm9a as the National Hank ol Stanford in iVs and igain the First Nattuaal Hank ol Stanlord In i8j. has had practically all uninter11. rupted existence of is year. It Is better supplied aow wilh tscililies frtrauctiugbuMnv. prompt lyarsd liberally than 1 ;r before in its Img od Severable career Aecsssints of corporations fiduciaries, nrrsts and widividtuli respectfully solic-te- d Isslor-matlc1 AttenlMMS sf the paSUc m invited la the fac Itsat this is the only NatMMtal II. nk in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank Act depuMtot are .retired not tMtly ky the sapita! nock, but by the stncklwiUctV liability lor an s mount equal to the stnek. so that depositors of this tn.lituuoa art secured bv a fund of $400,000 Five sworn taimriits of thrcoaditica of the bank are made met year to the united Slate government and its assets art e ami Med at slated times klt.E, t. isrsii, Ky. itJ ijl. REAL ESTATE AGENT TJOJSTT JESSE STAHTTE some- Yourself to death when on cm always find thing palatable unit nice at D. WEAREN'S, Who keeps fresh from the markets, the gardens and orchard A Goml Definition. The Brooklyn loy who defined "conscience" as something wot makes you soriy wen you get found out" didn't strike a high ethical standard, but ho camo pretty close to the view of a good many jeoplo on the subject. Now York Tribune. are the sole agents for -- unfold and I offer for rent the House and Lot belonging to Rowland Office loiimt ol Depot street and railthe estate of Capt Gaines Lraig, and admnini; road crossing. ft Dr J It Owlcr, on Hustonville street, Mauford, II I GG INS A-- WATTS. Ky It has eight rooms, gnat w ( and necessary outhouses. V Stanford, i3tt M.McRoHERTS. Agent. Stanford, Ky. C. 30. -:- F0WE3CI,, -- OBAl ER IN - GotoEarp'sArtGalltry General Latest Improvements, 9-iy - Merchandise, Mnvliif; fur I'osltlon. Choice Fruits and Vegetables, Candies, Cakes, Crackers, Drummers Lunch Biscuits, Graham Wafers, Reception Flakes and everything nice and good to eat. Nu stale goods aliased to accumulate. Gentleman Why nro you running fast, my little mnn? Little Man I wanter git far 'nough nway from Jimmy McGougo to tell him I ain't 'fraid of him. Good News. How He Looked nt It. She What is love, daring? He It is sacrificing all my bachelor And Countr) Produce, To have )our ph'toeraphs taken He keeps up Has opened Ins stock of goods and Is ready to serve with all the people of Stanford and sUinlt) He Is offering unheard of Ikirgains nnd all who want 1,'ood at tho luu tit possible prices should call on him on I.ogan Asenue, near Lancaster pike, so so satisfaction And will gist? you -- tanford A J EARI", te go-el- s gd Tin: STANFORD TO THE PUBLIC. I have made arrangements with G W. Singleton, the Saw Mill man, to furnish the public with anv and all kinds ol lumber, either nt my store in Crab Orchard or at the mill. Fencing I'lank and Potts a specialty. Get my my prices before buy ing WA. CAHSON, Dealer in General Merchandise 35 Crab Orchaid, Ky. Watertight and Ice ter Co. Staple Groceries, And Provisions, The bet Flour In town. Sweetet Hams In the m.irLil. l'rlces as LOW tlun anywhere III the ity. Goods delivered Iree of charge. Produce of all Kinds taken in exchange Give me a call. JESE D. WEAKEN. lias contracted with responsible tirnslorlts plants and will have the Ice and Electric Plants comple tcU in about sixty davs; the Water Plant soon af- blessings, dear, for your sake. Free Press. I'roiiiifctlio Generosity. ?9. Detroit ?3k , -- $. wi.ru ,r . John H. Castletnan. A. G. Lauharo In order to place individual contracts ill ad vance for Water and Electric Light, the Company offers the following Necessary water pipes will bo laid, connected to mains at actual cost lor pipe unit work. Electric wires put In and necessary fixtures furnished free ol charge To be of best quality and guaranteed to give satisfaction. The schedule of adopted rates is from 151050 per cent, low er than is usually given. ROYAI U Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. Dwelling of 3 rooms, one faucet Each additional room Each additional faucet Stores, Hanks and Prisate Offices, Hatha, private, one faucet. Hose attachment lor sprinkler Stables, private, one animal Each additional animal 1 Insurance Company, $ 5 00 50 I 00 faucet... 5 00 -- .. 3 00 5 00 a 1 m 00 OF LIVERPOOL. BARBBE & OASTLEM AN MANAGERS, Having removed my Barber Snop to the Com mercial Hotel, I am Electric Light Rates. For commercial use: One arc and three 16 c. p. incandescent lamp $70 perear For 16 c. p. each incandescent light, per mo. .. .1 00 60 Commerce Building, Louisville Mninma Totniny, why didn't you eLnre your peach with Dolly? Tommy 1 puvo her tho stone; If bhe plants it sho can have a tree. Judy. Prepared to Accommodate Ladies as well as Gentlemen, In anything they may wish in my line. lso waited on. Call n me. Chil- - Agents throughout the South ,j Formi6cp " gd "- - " 11 11 11 il 2, 41 JO 1 l . "I 1. " (I II ,. 5 , For Residence Usei incondescent lamp per mo... "W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Acpnt, STANFORD. KY. JESSE THOMPSON, In Commercial Hotel. 45 , .j Z ' 4th is 1. For each additional JO For lurther information, apply to , as-&c. J. V.'. HAYDCN.Sup-ttl " " " " . " n 60 ... hac uitc a number of I ARMS foraatV ol the very best II Laitdsiu Lincoln county. Thesn Farius are all well unproved and good rich lands, running in sie from 50 to Jno Acr Considering theis Imaliiy, their nchucsa and frr t Jit v of soil, the Loiivciiicuce f turnpikes and railroads that bring markets right to our door, they are cheaper than the Lands of any other cOnatyia the State 1 here is srurccly a Farm in tho eoun ty over 5 miles fnm a derot 'I he couiiiv is checked with turnpikes running inevery direction There is not a public rood en that is nut Macadatsiual tHriiig the counts-sca- t N It We have the Knoxville llralich ot the L R. disidingthe county from East to West and the C. S. K K irom .xirtnto shun; tne k u. k K Irom this place to Cincinnati, crossing the C . O at Winchester, giwng full access to the marketsol the whole world, llcsidcs, we base three large Flsur Mills in the county that gie us a market for all our grain right at home; and the dcvufcip mentof the mountain regions ol Eastern and Kentucky bv iHilro.ids and the outlet Sonth by railroads has created such a demand for all kinds of cereals and proriider that wecan scarcely retain enough tor homcconsumption. '1 he people are prosperous, generous and kind, believing in Christianity and education. 1 hre is not a neighborhood in the county but baa 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 to Nutheast, and standing as it does gazing right into the bosom of the undeveloped mountaina of Southeastern Kentucky backed up uy ine wnoie mue urais region ol the State with railroads running through it to all points of the compass, makes U 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.ilc abouc the town aboutihreo-fourtb- s there could be erected Water Works with ery little cost that would supply a city of 150,000 inhabitants with the purest and best water in the world Our little city hs been nowly rebuilt in the last few yearsaml its business houses aril res- Idcnces will compare with larger cities nf greater Our merchanta and tradesmen are pretensions We have two all prosperous and doing well banks with a capital stock ol $400,000 that are a good condition. prosperous and in We have aple 'did schools. We have a Female ' College, a large brick building, with over 100 pu pils In attendance and under the prlncipalslup ot Prof, J M Hubbard, is in a flourishing condition. We also have a Seminary that is a good school, witli Prof II F. Hlakemanatits head. We have one of the test Public School buildings ic this section of the State, with over too puptls in attendance, and with other good private schools, j you sec our school facilities are excellent We have elecant church builnmzs. rcDresentini. every denomination, with a full corps 01 ministers offias .class talent and are doing a better business than any class of men in the city. I have tried to make this itatemrnt aa facts. without anv exaggeration .or coloring, as those who know will bear n e ouf, and those who wish to buy pleasant homes at lair prices and locate among a good people with all trie best surroundings would do well to call and see mo before pur. haaiog elsewhere I .V-South-eastern e. ' Tat Director) ot this Hank r. J. Foster. orStanfstrrf; is eosapoitd 01 , OFFICERS' J Hacker, President; John J. McRoberts, Cashier, A. A f'orestus Rmd, LlfHota costal) , J.W. Haydets, Stanfsvd, S II llaisgisman, Lincoln M. J. MHter, Mt. Versunt S. T. Harris I.lntoirj; J..S. locker Stanford, O. A. Lackey, I.Ucoln, T. P. Hill, Stanford. W G. Wefeli, Sunfordj W P. Tate, Stanford 1 McKinncv, Assistant Cashier, Farmers Bank&Trnst Co. OF STANFORD, KV., Is now fully orgautred and ready for business with Paid up Oapitul of Surplus, . - - . - $200,000. 19,000.' SUCCESSOR to TIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OF STANFORD, Now closing up) with ihesame assets and under the same management. Hy provisions of its chaiter, depositors are aa full) protected as aie depositors in National n.MiV.V ,""'!hol," " held Individually heir stoct h.,.,n.,,.t.",cn,0.',nLan,ounlof l. I" amount invested in such shares addition to the It may act at M t"nd!v,rduam,n,,,",0r, ,rU"Ce' AC" To those who entrusted their bulsiness to us while mnaging the Lincoln National Hank ol ,?.". .I'1' we oe herf e,"lour many thanks and they continue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to lame.our twenty years' experience io oankingandas liberal accommodations as are consistent wuh sound banking valu-h"-- ntMr J J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; iukkctohs: J. Hall,Slaulordj J. S.Owsley, Stanford; S.J. Embry, Stanford;) J. E. Lynn, Stanford; M. A. W. Carpeuter, Mllledgeville; J. K.Baughtnan, HuttonvilU; J. F. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch.P.Stanlord, Ky .11. Shanks, President. W,M. Bright, Teller. oj-- rf ".Owiltr, Cash ' a- - H