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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892062101 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. 33 Semi-Weeklvol. XX. y Interior Journal STANFORD, LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. LIBERTY, CASEY KYM TUESDAY. JUNE 21. 1892. LONDON, NO. 33 THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. COUNTY. LAUREL COUNTY. .Mrs. Dr. O. II. Mclloberts, who has A laro party of Lancaster beaux "Sarvices" are ripe and obundaut. Gov llroun vetoed tho House bill to tlie and belles enji.yed a picnic at Dix river been very sick, Is now on the mend nud Coal is selling here now at 0c per in lelation to county subcriptlona is going nrouud. Count v Clerk Geo. A. bnshel for fall delivery. """)' eatiital Block of railroads MY ENTIRE STOCK AT Xext .Monday will be county court Prewitt has been very feeble for &ome Mr. Green Utnhain passed through The bill repealing the net by which weeks, but is now going about town. Sunday on his way to Chicago. the Statu Hoard of Equalization was ere- - and as the farmers are busy with A male child was born to tho wife veM, a small crowd 'is expected in Mrs. Tildy Evans died at the home was passed bv the Senate. of Judge Win. M. Myers, on tho 12th of her son, EJ Evans, last Thursday, in --The capital removal t0l'ii. Graham Frank, of the Hible Those needing adiusted Watches can get the following movements before the Legislature and he, , ,, iust., but only lived n short time. It the Raccoon neighborhood. L,xinjJt0I1( wd nt WAP buried at tho family burying ground East Bernstadt miners nre ery in at prices stated: B. V. Raymond's Si 6; No. 50 Elgin S20; No. 86 anumded the Hour, b las o!lJranchchurchSno ft n Senate lms of Wni. Myers, Sr. Mrs. Myers is do- dignant over what they call "scabs" go Elgin S20; nl ov imimiimii io inKe uucis iu appreciative congregation. John C. Dubcr S14, Hampden: John C. Duber special ing n well as might be expected. An ing to work at that place and taking, 5 securo the capital. Hampden. Other movements in proportion. All work neatly 7, Col. Joe Wolejirer, president of the It Jh claimed that under the provis Lincaster & Crab Orchard Turnpike Co., Ailllitfnn in Mr. fiun A Pri.uSt I'u fnmllv their shotguns with them. and promptly done. Lall and see me. KOJ5I. I'ENZEL. ,,, IIlllllo it8 ndvent U)C is ions of the Constitution, the Kevuiue tells us that they have closed a contract of ,,,. . ., ,. ,i.fcPnnii ..., this John T. Hatcher orTallcollecting tax, week nnd paying interest on and Taxation bill and the Corporatian for a new iron bridge for their road over of the same kind it is said that Georgo is bonds now due. The town is certainly bill, tho banks will be forced into small Dix river. cities and towns where the rate of taxaItev. George O. Barnes nnd family not done swearing about it yet, as he coming out all right at last. prefers a change of sex occasionally as a only arrived Thursday nnd began Tho base ball game nt Pittsburg Fri- tion is low and that they will have the series variety. larger citUs. day resulted in 4S scores for tho London brauch olllces in the of meetings at the Friday .Our stock of. Thofe'uuday School convention, ap- kids' ngaint S for the Pitsburgs. London Tho local option bill a passe I the evening. Large crowds have greeted Senate makes it a very harmless and the gifted evangelist at each service and pointed for this placo for Monday, July battery Jones and Riley; Pittsburg practically inoperative measure, as '5 much interest is being manifested. lie 1th, for good reasons has been postpon- Pugh and Rooney. Miss Carrie R. Kuhn, who came per cent, of nil tho voters must sijiii the preaches twice n day D a. m. nnd S r. ed until SaturJny, July 0th, nt which time, it is hoped, there will be a largo here from Cincinnati to work for Mrs. petition for the election before it can be M. Invitation is extended to Lucy J. Williams, as a trimmer, in her One of our citizens, who has for sev attendance. ordered, and then it will only bo enforc.We have. precincts which vote in its eral years past had a splendid straw ber nil the superintendents and Snnday- - millinery department, left Sunday for ed in the rv bed, restocked it this spring with over schools in the county to attend and par- - her home and was accompanied as far as favor. in its proceedirgs. It will not Louisville by Miss Amanda Moore. 200 line plants and although carefully Mr. Tinsley has presented n resoluof the election watched and cultivated it produced only be strictly a county convention of union tion to have, 20,000 copies A large number of people will leave , but n Union law printed and hent to the clerk's olllces. about a pint of berries, where it usually here Friday for the St. John's Day celemany gallons, lie thinks that School Convention. Nothing of a sec-- it bration. This will bo an ueless expenditure for The arrangement made by 0 bewill ho necessary to remove the plantB tnriau nature will be connected with it. W. L. Brown for a ihey will lay in these olllces till they special train, to leave n to new ground, the old refusing to yield H will meet as early as possible in the Better tret come yellow with hero at 0 o'clock that morning and to re- In plain, plaited, puff and neglige. The best stock of Summer Unmorning at the cool grove at the ford of number of irood newspapers to print it any further for crops of this kind. derwear in town. Scriven's Elastic Seam Drawers are the best. turn that eveniug, insures an extra big At n mn. iiiei.titit'of ill.. i!iiiinrrnev the river on the Middleburg pike. The in their editions at a reasonable rate. crowd bn of Garrard county, held nt the court- people generally are requested to bring Tho conference committee "Mo)back," of Mt. Vernon, asks agreed to report on the judicial districts, house in Lancaster, Saturday, June 18, their baskets well tilled with provisions me by postal card "how many oats, Carin order to feed the assembly on the vshicli will doubtless be adopted nt to appoint delegates to the Congressionter had?" He had more than he knew once, though otne of the Senators, al convention to be held at Nicholasville grounds. A printed programme of the what to do with. Rond Hardin says he Gjllars, Cuffs and Half Hose. We have added a line of Jiuk'tt Hreckinridire amoni: the numbr. on July Uth, to nominate a democratic day's proceedings will soon be printed "had more than he could save." Pet are disposed to filibuster. It provides candidate lor Congress, the otlicial ca- - uii uisirinuicu. Shillings says, "more than he had any The circuit court adjourned on last for :U) districts, and thi, the 13th, will ' leer of Hon. James It. McCrenry was' use for."' John Hatcher says, "He had 1m pnm tinned o'f Mercer. Boyle. Lincoln heartilv ind unuiimouslv indorsed and Friday after a short session of five days, an extra crop." A. L. Iteid sayp, "He nnd Cinrmrd, Casev going with Adair, the folio wing delegate- - -- W . h. Walker, with but little business having beeu bad more than he could measure." C. most- Kussell. CuinberlaniL Monroe and Met- -: J. L. Anderson, K. H. Walker, J. B. dohe, only tiudirig & indictments, X. Scoville says he had "enough." If All new and the latest styles. Remember that Thomas Emmerson's An indictment Clark, Powell. Madi-no- Parks, W. J. Ballard. Robert Burton, M. ly for selling liquor. colfe in tho 20th, this does not cover the case Til interSons' Shoes are the best. poi6- and Jessamine form the 20th, Terry, D. Hughes, II. A. McGrnth, were in- - was found against Joe Giilispie for view the county judge and lawyers on Bell, Harlan, Letcher the 20th, Jackson, structed to vote for him llr.st, last and ouing his wife, an account of which was the subject. 5c given in your paper. A chemical exam Owsley, Laurel, Clay, Leslie, Knox the always. The remains of Capt. Daniel Mur- -' inntion of tho woman's stomach was Whit27th, Kockcastle, Pulaski. Wayne, phv reached this county on Saturduy. made by Dr. W. L. Louder, Dr. W. T. Gov. McCreary Indorsed and Instructed ley, C'inton the 2Mb. For. the lSth, nml were interred nt his old Garner and M. K. Humphrey and they The democracy of Lincoln county met Miners' Side. home near Buckeye Sunday afternoon, pronounced her death to have beeu The June lSth for the (To the Kdllot o' the Interior Journal the 10th. Capt Murphy was born and caused by strychnine. Louder nnd Gar- - at the court-hou10. As your readers i raised in Garrard county, was a success-- 1 ner are both skilled in chemistry nnd M. purpose of nominating delegates to the Pirrnrini,Jun ..o oie aware there has for some time been ful farmer and a prominent citizen. Ho K. Humphrey has been a student of the Nicholasville convention, July Pth. Tlie trouble between the coal operators and served in the Federal army and received Louisville College of Pharmacy and has meeting was called to order by Judge the miners of Laurel county, resulting a wound which crippled him for life, nil the chemical apparatus to make the Varnob, in the absence of the regular lu a strike, and as ,the operators here He was elected to the Legislature at the necessary tests. It was first reported chairman, who was engaged in court, and on motion A. K. Denny was called in tho close of the war, but the election wns have been publishing statements Has a Complete Stock of that she was not his wife, but our latest including tho Journal, rellecting contested by W. J. Lusk, his opponent, advices are that she was legally married to the chair and W. S. Burch made sec papers, upon tho conduct of the miners nnd es- and Murphy voluntarily gave up the to him. He is now in jail and a terrible retary. Judge anion then offered the which pecially ujion those who are Knights of seat. He removed to Kansas, where he network of circumstances surrounds following resolutions, ! : adopted and the meeting adjourned , Labor, we desire space in your Journal resided up to the time of his death. him. Resolved, 1, That wc approve tie for a plain statement of the facts lu the r0B md news of the death of Mrs. NOT SIZE, call made by the democratic district WALL case. Belle Wilson stapp nt her home in this The London Lcho nas reiuseu 10 puo- - couaty at noo--n on Sunday, the 10th committee fortlie Sth Congressional dis But Relative Strength. of Kentucky for a convention to be hsh our article, thus showing that it on- - Jn,tf WM rtCllml flt this p)ace ilt0 tiut The following statement taken from trict from one side, afternoon. She Is to be buried at A r. m. it- "KphrWHLatempntfl held nt Nicholasville July 9, ISO-- ', to and Kentucky Insurance rebtJ more just. on Monday, the funeral services to be the Ohio Wo hope the Joins nominate a candidate for Congres will show that the Michigan Mutuports 2. That L. L. Dawson, W. G Welch, As it is generally known that we, as or- conducted by Itev. J. R. Terey. Mrs. al Life Insurance Company of Detroit is ganized miners of Laurel county, belong Stnpp was a genial, R. II. Bronaugh, W. A. Carson. W. H chrisin the fight. The ratio of assets to lia Miller, Y. L. McCarty, W. F. Camden, to district 17, United Mine Workers, tian woman, who had friends and adbilities of the following companies doing nud therefore, having agreed to n uni mirers all over Kentucky. Her proe G. I). Smiley, W. D Wentberford, J. P. husinetb in this vicinity are as follows: form scale of prices nud being awatj nnd poetical compositions were publish- G. Lynn and J. II. Carter be $1.15 Bailey, J. Michigan Mutual Life appointed delegites- to represnt Lin that tho rest o( the Ulsirici nan agreed o ,,j . mgiy Q, llw h,ernry periodicals in Mutual Life of New York 1.07 said scale of prices, which is the same ti,i8 State and elsewhere and ns a coin county in siid district convention 1 OS Mutual Benefit of New York ; paid lu the Jellico district, we papor corre,I)0ndent sho was without it That we in common with the peo1.14 New York Life therefore could not make a scale of rjva. ple of the Sth Congressional district, Wilt AAkA AkZMnBb2haXrtHaiMnMBflMSJfcMkMHbMU 1.03 G. R. Hardin and J. T. Eason, ltdl-th- e Washington Life regard to politics, point with prices that would place our brothers of ' for consideration is without The next thing Jellico district in a compromising way mail clerks, were here Saturday and repre and for big pride to the brilliant record our give the operators hero! Suuday. Circuit Clerk W. II. Mason Is the policv contract. A balloon is a IVaition and also sentative, Hon. James B. McCreary, has thing but a coco unit is more substantial Caxtnrla cures Colic, Constipation, an nd vantage in the market. Now it is in Chicago to attend tlie National "CmntorlaUso well adapted to children that in ade in the "Congress of the United Sour Stomach, DIarrhoja. Eructation, and contains milk instead of gas. The States, I recommend It as superior to any prescription that Jellico operators are cratlc convention. Mr. Will Greeuleaf Nichol- and our delegites to the Kills Worm, gltea bleep, nud promotes dl Life writes guaran II. A. Akcuer, M. D., known to me " cestlon, Having tho scale asked for and therefore and wife, of St. Louis, are here visitlug Michigan Mutual asvillo convention are inst noted to cast; Without injurious medication. HI So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T. Hon. R. II. Tomlinou nn.l teed crtMi values ami pant up insurance the ote of Lincoln county for him to relatives. w mum linen the same. Tn Cknticr Connsr, 77 Murray Street, N. V ot its policy con Another thing to jog the memory of George L. Walden have returned from a values on the face succeed himself in Congress in the Sth the operators nt this place two years business trip through the West. Mr. tracts. district of Keittucky. Michigan Mutual Life will loan -o the first of last April, the operators Sam Gnino, of Stanford, has accepted n The I. That the Intbmok Joimival be reHit' amount of cash endorsed upon its lings of were nsked to arbitrate the question of clorkshin with Mr. II. M. Ballon, Mr.'' quested to publish tin pro-v..1 i.nv nr thir ronrcseiita- - Walter Ureenine. of Hustonville. and policies, thereby rendering assistance to this meeting N. MENEFEl A. C. SINE holder and at the same time keep tlve, W. A. Pugh, said "They had noth-- ! Mr. Hugh Crumbles of Memphis, Tenn , the Kxcuision tickets will be sold at very ing to nibttrate" and therefore they visited Liucnster Sunday. Miss Annie ing up the insurance. You are prevented from borrowing low Now Hale, of Stanford, was over to hear Rev. arbitrate anything rates to Cleveland, O , and return by would not by legisagents of the Queen & Ciescent Houte thevsay thev will no longer employ George O. Barnes Sunday night. Mr. money from eastern corupanius IIST enactment, which compels those from Someiset to Williamstown incluKnights of Labor or United Mine Work- Tom Baughman and sister, Zua, nre vis- lative companies to loan their funds in tho sive, and by agents of the Louisville In this hey have undertaken iting Mis Nannie Sweeney. ers. Homo State. If you want the beBt poli never get through; Honuthlng they will Southetj, Shelby villi? and at ttions east WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. cy contract, see the Michigan Mutunl's thereof, on Juno L'o, ''d nnd 27. For fur thtrY have got hold of in other words agent for terms. I Condensed from a letter unavoidably something they will have to get some ther infornirtion call on ticket agents or S. S. Myehs, Special Agent. omitted from Iat issue.) Rouoh and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, brackets address D. G. Ed Hards, C5. 1. A., Cincinhelp to turn loose. Stanford, Ky. The grand jury found about SO innati, O. In conclusion we would say that and Verandah Work. There will also be cheap rates to the when tho.miners of Pittsburg and vi- dictments, most of them for misdemean MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. XTD Kentucky Chautauqua at Lexington "A'OT7"E!N" cinity goto church they pray for the ors. W. M. Jameson has sold bis half and not for earthly Low-er- y June L'S to July S good of their souls John Marples and Miss Annie interest in the city drug store, to his The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. To Cincinnati June '2(3 to 2S on acgains, as wo poor creatures never hope wera married Friday at tho hemo of partner, E. M. Huguely. Mr. Jameson Low- - count of the National Prohibition Con- Ollicc to accumulate wealth in this world, but - - Ky. left last Thursday night for Clay City, the groom's father, Mr. William vention. what of an operntor who proposes to ery. will make his future home. where he turn innocent women and little children W. S. Holman, the old "objector" Miss Lena Irvine left last Monday the miners out of their homes because night for her home in Louisville. Miss from Indiana, and wife, celebrated their Washington last refuse to work at starvation wages and Irvine has won many friends during her Lnlilen weddinL' at then go to church nud pray to the Lord stay in Williamsburg, who hope she week when they were hnudsomely re to help him in his financial undertak- may membered by Mr. Holman'a congres return some time in the future. ings and his difficulties with bis workCircuit court is progressing Blowly. eional colleagues. men. We miners have hoped that the The case of Wilburn Cornett, charged The Richmond Register says that Lord was on the other side in this con- with beiugau accomplice in the murder Col. O. II. Chenault, of that place, and THE BEST troversy, but wo bu believe in the Scrip- of Judge Lewis, of Harlan, was dismiss- Miss IJda McCanu. ot layette, were ture, "Seek yo first tho Kingdom of ed on motion of the Coinmouwealth'u at- married Wednesday. Alexander Camp Heavan and nil these things shall be ad. torney. bell Thompson, son of the Milt Jones, of Pleasant View, nl- - tress of Louisville, and Miss Mary Nenle UCU UIIIU f J. W. Cox, tempted to remove a cartridge from were married in Richmond on tho loth. Committee. It. D. BhOLRV, his gun, it exploded and one piece struck Wll. Cl.lFK"K. I Three parsons were Killed, two sehim in the forehead arid another piece htm in tho eye, putting it out. He, riously injured and tho Grant monuCheapest The -- During a storm, tbe Grant monu- hit will recover, but with only one eye and ment slightly damaged in a abort but ment, in Lincoln park, at Chicago, was fierce thunder storm which yisited ChiThree persons a bad scar. struck by lightning. cago Thursday night. Hon. John II. Wilson spoke here more space than pny Paint mixLION PAINT will cover one-hal- f were killed and two injured. -- The Court of Appeals of Virginia not have time to go into tho ed by hand and is guaranteed to give satisfaction. Accept no substiparty conven- satd lie did Tim Kaus.is People's great political questions; wa3 simply decided the celebrated Bettio Lewis A CieJm or Tailer Ealcinz lQdcr Hihet ul tute. Good Agents wanted. Manufactured by tion adopted a resolution favoring hero to let the people know that ho was Thomas case in her favbr. By this the all leavening Mrennili -- Litest United Statei and to speak LION PAINT & COLOR. WORKS, LEXINGTON, KY., Government Food Iteport. sullrago and elected a woman rs n a candidate for woman becomes possessed of an ROYAL DAKING POWDER CO . to tho National conven- of home false and slanderous reports that colored delegute A. R. Penny, Druggist, Agent, Stanford, Ky. 106 Watt street, New York estate valued at $200,000. have been circulated concerning him. tion. bar-ated, ! NOW IS YOUR CHANCE. 1t" Col-api- in REDUCED RATES. ' I 1 ,.... ,, YOU SHOULD SEE court-hous- e 1 , Gents' Furnishing' Goods. ate Sunday-schools- Sunday-produce- d EVERYTHIN G IN SHIRTS, a. . j i ELEGKKT USE EECKWEKR, n SEYEBAITOE SOIsT. ' ) se W.B.jMDBERTZ, i i Druggist and Jeweler, - DRUGS. BOOKS, PAINTS, I PAPER, ( - ll noble-hearte- d - new-i-ns- is 1 Infants Children. 'A I j demo-understoo- i 41 31 d j j ' j l I n- j , MENEFE E. DEALERS SML DOORS MP BLISDS. SINE & WIRE SLAT FEITCE. Stanford, j and Yard Depot Street, COYAI The Wl0 POWDER Absolutely Pure V, Paint " MADE. Best is the IS llP N sw Ready -- wo-ma- n 111 at-lar- - 'j. 4 Semi-Week- ly InteriorJoukhal June Stanford, Ky. W. mm F WALTON. THE u. PEOPLE'S CHOICE. 0.v the heels of hU defeat for the republican presidential nomination, Hon. James G. Blaiue is called upou to mourn death of another son, Emmons 21. 1892 the of the Baltimore Blaine, & Ohio railroad. He attended the Minneapolis convention in the interest of his father and took his defeat greatly to heart. On reaching Chicago he was taken sick and his death resulted from blood poisonine. Three years ago he was married to a daughter of the great reaper manufacturer, Miss Anita who with a son survives him. ha Within two years the lost three children and as the Louisville Times says, nearly everything else worth living tor. vice-preside- SIX Fridays. On ZEA-O-IES. There will be SU3 votes in the Chicago convention nnd the nominee must res of them. Mr. Cleveceive land has of them 2t0iustructed votes and two-third- f U k of XMQROUGIIIig : den Station, near Heraudo, , by Henry Elrod bought and shipped a RJZNOYATED ; --. wV- A N,D whom the jude hadi Jambs, US, which nvemged 05 lbs, for Foster, a lawyer, Kates ;o.;o Per Day. which they paid iii.. u viiici IMHV caned. vor. jenerson, center and Green btreets, opposite the Court House, TheYeportof the bureau of statis- Somerset Reporter. The rich Stiburdan Handicap ws tics shows that the value of all exports Ky. : A. V Jones, J. J. Sullivan, of merchandise from the United States wou aj Sheepshead Bay, Saturday, by V R. LOGAN, ; during the year endiug May 81, 1SD2, the western colt Montana. The Garfield J. J. Marshall, clerks Manager. nas5S2S,7G7,S5S. For the preceding year pflrk Derby (ao called) was won at Chi-th- e amount was IG.SSS.OIU. Reciproc-- cap0 by Yo Tamblen, with Wadsworth Mn. Watteksos's right bower, 0. 0. ity doesn't seem to reciprocate very second and Azra third, Stealey, who is supposed to reflect that greatly. W. I. I'rewitt, auctioneer, writes ' gentleman's ideas, telegraphs from Chihitn. At Angora. Pa , two men who jump-- ; tbnt the sale of the landed estate of the The Cleveland leaders are bo confident cago: "It is already evident that the ed off a train, in obedienco to order-- , J.ite Wade II. Walker, sold by Commia-- . Fttty pairs Ladies' Custom Made of the nomination of their chief that they Cleveland men are going for everything were run down and killed by a train pioner R. A. Bumside, resulted as have decided not"even to ask admission in sight, and, as far as I can see with the acres in Garrard from the opposite direction. lows: The farm of delegation from New lights before me, will capture most eve- Three of their friends, "who had also countv was knocked down to Mr. David for the' anti-HiWhitney seems to rything in the convention." As he has been put off, opened fire on the train-- , Geiger, of Ashland, at 520 per acre, York. succeeded in placating the Tam captured the heart of nearly all the demo- men, killing one and fatally wounding which was conhidered very cheap. The Uroken sizes, nil of the best makes, reduced from S3. have 50 per pair to crats in the land, he ought to receive the many tigers, who he declares are another. iioue and lot m ktrksviilo to .Mr. it. Sl.7s. representatiyeF. and entitled to a patient hear- farest treatment by their baleens reduced from per yard to The Supreme Court of the United (Te vis at $S0o. The two acre vacant lot Chambiay re ing. He also says that Cleveland will duccd from 15c yard to foe. few days ago, refused, in to Mr. J. B. Walker at 217. Cotton Serge from Mr. Bruce Miller hap bought of Mrs. States has, but a yard with tlie j be nominated on the first ballot and that . Wil.iam Morelnnd bought of Gus to ioc. Bruce Champ her third interest iu the a majority opinion, to interfere of hots at 4c the tigers will give him a hearty support Bourbon News for 51,200 and he and Mr. execution of a senteuce pronounced by McCormnck n eari'hese goods must go in the next 30 days, so call ar?oncc and afterwards. of lambs for present secure your share of the bargains. the courts of Vermont, which will con-- 1 nnd u Walter Champ will edit and manage it. The Courier Journal yesterday admita citizen ol the State of New York livery at 3 cents of D. B. Stagg a carThey have both been with thy paper for load of lambs at 5 00; of II. H. McAn-life- , ted that Mr. Cleveland was the leading since it was established nnd are fully ta what is, in effect, imprisonment and conspicuous figure in the contest, pays at once a fine beyond ' inch a load of hops at I cents, of same a unless he competent to keep it up to its high with a majority of the delegates in favor the means of ordinarv man to meet. He lot of butcher rattle at 2.00; of William standard. of his nomination. The opposition, numCloyd a lot of yearling steers at $21; of sold liquor against the law. bering perhaps a third, is so broken Em mett McCormack n lot of stock hogs Senator Carlisle is in Chicago acting THE LADY OF LYONS, of hops and headless as to bo utterly helpless to sorter Barkis-like- , at :i; of D. X. Prewitta but he is not in it accomplish any definite result. The pol- this time. Perhaps "Carlisle nnd for4 cents. at ' . Or Love and Pride. " j iticians declare they will defeat the The C. T. Mason farm, to be sold ward steps iu tariff refo'rm," as Bro. This beautiful drama will be presentand if they do God pity themj Blakely has aung for so long, may mate- ed at the Turnersville School-hous- e on nxt month, is the largest farm in West- no mercy. the people will show them During the year 1S02 I rialize in 1S9G. June "0, at S v. M , by the "Homo Liter-ar- ern Kentucky. The farm consists of shall keep constantly on nearly l.oOO acres of tine South Chris-- hand a full and complete Dramatic Circle." and btock of : republicans profess to believe .. rvi. ...l.n... .t. The rule was brought out The This is one of Lord Lyttou's ,most nail janu worm $ou mi acre, iiiu nrav that a tearing away of some of the can-v- as in in the National democratic con- popular plays. Full of romance and rap- crop, now ready for the blade, consists covering of the democratic wig- vention when Polk was nominated and poetical description, every word of about 1,000 acres, n f 01 tune in itself. wam at Chicago by a cyclone, is an ill has been in effect ever since. All the tures of every cUuse a beauty, the There are about 210 acrM in corn and Is a omen, but their man was nominated on same it is undemocratic and ought to be pIoohpoint, Forty-threcolored 110 in tobacco. of Hverv sentence a climax. Friday and Friday is the mest unlucky abolished. ' boys are required to work the Tickets will be foun J at J. S. II uglies', ' men and of days, if there is anything iu superstiHooker' t). Turnersville, farm. Hopkinsvillf Kentuckian. My stock of The nomination of Grover Cleveland Stanford J. T. tion. Speaking of the wigwam, built r p Hrou 's. McKiiine v. bet your nn,i expressly for the convention, it cost will be a glorious victory for the people. The Danvilles defeated the Nicholas- now. Quite a number are already villus Friday 4 to 1. with decorations, etc., $60,000, which ex- Most of the bosses and politicians are tickets sold. Do not wait till all are gone and pense is entirely borne by Chicago. It against him and they should not be .alIs larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers of the house full. has 17,300 chairs for guests who come in lowed to defy the will of the people. prompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas Its pages sparkle with minute and Uv tinb..t tIV spjitq in the boxes. 1.000 Daltou in charge. Shakessplendors. Admirers of R. PENNY. . Ix is btflted. tLat UnMcey Depew, chairs for the delegates upon the floor! en ill Mwn w uu V ruou iu uuiuHHiiuu iu ...ui peare give it a place with "Romto and Danville make the prextnt aboe at mj place bullthe ,1 Ml aenta for thH nrtfis. This makes at juke with the Shonbtrn Jias been offered Juliet." so Sam hat procn htmiclf to be a fa for lliescaxiti the total 19,050. So arrangements have neapolis eloquently, The programme is quite an interesting sooil breeder and the putilic't atteutien It called the portfolio of sacrehi irv of State and to him. been made for alternates, who will bay A I) HOOT, Stanford. Ky. 19. 4t one. It is interspersed with recitations, to find places with the common herd of llllu " wiiaccepu Twenty-ltableaux and music by the Band. spectators until they are called upon to NEWSY NOTES. young ladies take part in the exive DR. D. E. alternate. ercises. The contest seems to have narrowSHELTO.V HOUSE, Never has this drama been presented Fon n long time the New York Trib- ed down to Cleveland, Hill and Boies. low admission fee, even by Rowland, such a : : Kentucky. une has been what is termed in the The Minnesota cyclone killed 30 per- at printers' union parlance n "rat office," sons and wounded many others, while amateur clubs. Help buy a library for Office hours 7 to 9 a m and 5 to 9 p. ni. those energetic yonng people at Turthat is to say the union rules and regu- the destruction was very great. nersville and at the same time receive the lations were disregarded and printers The headquarters of the Richmond value of your ticket by being most ad.TAKE THE were hired at any rate they could be & Danville railroad have been transfermirable entertained. gotten at. But bo soon as Whitelaw red from Atlanta to Washington. And we can show as nice an assortment as the people have General Admission .To cents; children he Keid is nominated for J. S. Clarkson swallowed his dis14 years 23 cents; reserved seats hastens to make terma with the union gust and made a speech at a Harrison under 50 cents. and thus to placate the labor orvaniza-- i rntifinntinn Tiinntinrr ni Ooa Tninna ,, T , , '. tion3. It will hardly work, however. . &) tcuisvuu mwtamji cjicaco Rt -.- x. uu,, juiiii .M'uieiuii FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. This class of labor is too intelligent to and lent iiuiuui, fought a duel with Meyer Richard, have the wool pulled over ita eyes by knives nnd both died in half au hour. V. L. Dawson has a watermelon any such thinly disguised policy moveAt Lebanon, Mo., the jury in the patch containing 8 acres. All Styles and Colors of LINE TO of ment. A. T. Nnnnelley sold Wils Howard murder trial failed to Cincinnati at . The majority rules everywhere in this agreo and was discharged. Ten were for boss in Nancy Hanks is to trot nt Uulmont acquittal. democratic country, but in a National .And The Richmond and Danville Rail- Driving 1'ark, Phil dolphin, July 7th, democratic convention, where the nomin purso of ':0'J for PoA,yts s of the votes way Company was placed in the hands acainst her record of -nee must receive of receivers at the instance of minority S3,000, with 51,000 added if she beats cast. This rule ought to be changed, And stockholders. Sunol'H time, 2:03r Home-Spun- s. but it'a dollars to cents the yearling colts sired by A plaster cast was taken from the Fourteen will oppose it with all their men statue of Henry Clay at Louisville from Spendthrift nnu owned by Col. O. II. might and main. which the iron statue for the World's Ohenault, of Richmond, Mere sold to Finett and belt is credited with eleven votes Fair will be moulded. tho hljjhest bidder in Now York City and Parlor Cart onVcttibuled Buffet Sleeping Cart Carlisle all trams. averaged SGG4 KenCholera is still making unusual rav- last week They No change of cart, best accommodation!, quickfrom Kentucky but Carli6lo and time and lowest ratei. In a lightning fitorni, Friday after- estFor information addrcts tucky are for Cleveland. Louisvj.ie ages in Persia nnd Afghanistan. Iu , Carrie Walyor sweet life they Bimo of the cities tho . treets are strewn noon, at Uloominsjton, JAS. IIARKER, G P. A., Chicago. Times. Yer bet W G. CRUSH, D P. A., LoumlUe. J with unburied corpses. ton, record 2.21, valued at $10,000, own- are. i car-loa- d at noon the grandest both 01 men evtr assembled in political convention in America will be called to order in the great democratic wigwam at Chicago. The delegates, who have been arriving for a week are now all present and the tight is on with the field against Cleveland, who seems to be like Eclipse in the race first, with the restnowhere. leaders, most of The whom have grievances against the for his sterling honesty and their utter inability to manipulate him when president, are moving heaven nnd earth to prevent his nomination, but we have faith in the representatives of the people, who are almost solid for Cleveland, that they will not be led from the path of duty. The tactics of those who oppose him are the same as those who opposed Harrison in the republican convention. Thev will fight to put otT a ballot as long as possible, fearful as they well might be, that Cleveland will be nominated on the first call of States. It is stated that the Kentucky delegation will be a party to this by voting for delay first and for Carlisle for President when the ballot is reached. It may do this, buteach and everyone will live to regret it, we hope. Through the influ ence of Mr. Wattersou, a member of the national committee, who was himself offered the position, Hon. W. C. Owens, of Scott county, Ky., has been agreed on for temporary chairman of the convention. Mr. Owens has been counted on as a Cleveland man, but it is hoped ho will not let this little effort of Mr Watterson lead him e6tray and into the ranks. There are some objections to him on account of this, but is is said to be iuauflicient to defeat To-da- y d anti-Clevela- that are favorable to him. If the latter are not led off by the fool favorite will be nomi sonism. the nated on the first ballot, as he should Mr. Hill be, or better by acclamation. 427 nt was not considered even in any other State but New York and his lone 72 votes' show up eadly in every table of the list of delegates. If Mr. Watterson wauts to lestore himself to the confiof his dence and love of that constituency who are for Clevelaud first, last and all the time, he cannot do so better than by moving that their favorite be made the nominee by acclamation. nine-tent- Nearly 59.000 of our gold went to Europe Inst week. There is a law in Massachusetts requiring every lobbyist to register his name and the measures in which he. is interested. A log jam in the St. Croix river at Eacle Island is said to have been over five liiiW long and coutained over feet of lumber. There are at present in China only 1,022 citizens of the United States, nearly half of whom are women. Nearly half, or 500, are missionaries. The local Typographical Union of New York adopted a resolution repudiating the indorsement of Whltelaw Iteid by a committee in the name of the union. Five trains, carrying over 700 more Tammany men, left New York for Saturday. One thousand members of the Calumet Club of Biltimore also started. The elevators of the Kentucky Malting Co., at Louisville, together with ktf.OOO bushels of malt, werenlmost entirely destroyed by fire. The loss will reach 5130,000, covered by insurance. , A. Van Cleave, a miller of Lebanon, to is missing. He went to Louisville buy tnochinery and has not sinco been heard from. Foul play is feared at d a reward of $.100 has been offered for him. light At Parmlevsville, Saturday, uing struck the store of W. II. Rynn, two kegs of powder and injuring about 50 persons who were in the store. It is thought that many of them will foO,-000,0- "SLAUGHTERED." This week we offer to the veovle of Lincoln county and vicinity an op portunity to save money, as we have concluded to inaugurate the greatest fi tt l t W Wn Al Cm'Hri m m m mi i j,wri m. JI s i.i, Ever inaugurated at the well known Bargain Store, li J TI !YrlTJi. TIT m i m m wj J. m w? , m mi VW, im vr bi mwM iTi m m jm SilXE THE 'LOUISVILLE STORE. years 25c Every item will be well worth your attention. We start the sale by offering Children's Knee Pants Suits at Too a Suit. Genuine Cassimere at $1.50. Suits worth $G, slightly soiled, go at $2. 15. Choice of 75 pairs Men's Bants at 05c. Child's Knee Pants from A to 1A 4--0 all-wo- ol Chi-cac- o The Michigan law providing for the election of presidential electors by congressional districts, has been upheld by the Supreme court of the State, although its members are nearly all republicans. The republicans who oppose the law will take the case to the U. S. Supreme Court, but we should think they ought not to kick. There must be absolutely no legd grounds for opposing the law when a court which is against it, finds no excuse toabrogateit. counties heard from inetruet-efor Gov. McCreary for Congress and it is safe to say that the others did also. There's nobody else to instruct for and he wouldn't be if there was. The governor has a grip on the district, won by service, distinguished and excellent which riot a man in it can unloose. He deserves the unanimous nomination that he will receive and the practically unanimous that is sure to follow. die. Further details of the cyclone in the Province of Quebec show that the loss of life and property is greater than first reported. At St. Holene, 52 buildings were wrecked and 15 persons injured. The Court of Appeals adjourned Saturday till September. One oHts last acts was to reverse the sentence of Jell Matherly, who came so near hanging in Washington county for murder by pois- onlnfr. of Hernndo, Miss., was for tend to slaughter goods with a will. Look at this: Ladies' patent tip Slippers 75c. 10 pair sample Shoes worth S4 must go at S2.o0. Babu Shoes 2do a nnir. hi. Fn.nl .,,., nin 7i In lrt rl r ' st.nl LU Vly OULLU'lllOVGI Olt. Gents, don't fail to examine our line of Furnishing Goods. Ml the novelties in Shirts, A'eckwear. Collars and Eancu WhittiVnsts. Ladies, here's a chance. East Colored Lawns worth 10c yard and our entire line of Calico go at 5c a yard. In addition to our Great Slaughter Sale we will give to even purchaser of 05 worth of goods or over a cash discount of 5 per cent. THE LOUISVILLE STORK, Stanford. We in? 4- But come this week, as this unusual offer is this week only. 1 j el by Mayor Foster, nnd I'ogue Hague, valued at ?1,000, were killed by All the d John Bright Morgan, njUg. Raspberries are in the market shot and killed aboard an Illinois Central train, at Al- - selling at 75 cents per! gallon. Catron k j ::THE WILLARD. (Late Alexander's Hotel.) ... vti W3$MS. r"TA Louisville, j nd 1 ( The Bottom Knocked Out , A r. ll y , goo-democ- rats J- -. 150 loc.-Dres- s 36-inc- h car-lon- d i05c ' car-loa- d de-de- W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. cur-loa- d nt PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER, A. R. y 1 v 11 two-third- s 1 1 ii- 1S-I- 4 e Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. ToitetArticles Glass, Books, WATCHES, C3COCKS & dTSWK3CR"5T SAM. a. t 4 1 I PROCTOR, SPRING CLOTHING ! 3t-a- m OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE vice-preside- 1 . . -- THE WORLD'S" FAIR Ever Seen in Stanford. 11 car-loa- d CJB((OAG9 two-third- wiiissT Cassimeres, Worsteds and Please Examine 'and Price Them. anti-Clevela- nd ITO1LOTMWEW0 111-- M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. I ft "l.S.djAitlt ftl '' v Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Jcxn 21, 1892 Fiu'it Jaiis " nt J. .. D. Foster's. nuiT J.vRHat Fnrris & HimlinV. Stanford, Ky cv Twine and machine oil at B. Foster's. lliXDEit l.C.WAiTON, bur. ManQKer MEANS Thomas' Hay Knkes for cheap by J. N. Menefee. Int; wax at li. 8 do very BUSINESS. L Kobertit'. Wall I'Ai'uii ami paints nt V. B. Mo Mason's jars, quart tin cans and Heal. K.rt V. II. Wearen's. " FniUT Jaiis, jolly Klusseo, Biiitll dono nt A. It. Penny's. Furris & Hardin's. IJuv your booka and schoo supplies ol Mv flno Hoila water aparatus is now in kiniis from A. H. Penny. Havk your watch, clock and joweiry operation. Call and wt n kIhss of the repaired at A. H. Penny's. All work ever tasted. A. U. Penny. be-tyou Enokavino beautifully nml artistically sealing wax and preserving kettles at tops, kuiiis, I am agent for tho Win. Deering Co.'s George VAsnooK cursed Mrs. Mctwine, tho best in the market. J. II. Afee, keeper of theO. 0. toll gate, about Bauhtnan. the toll and on his being brought before 9 0 Judge J. A. Chappell ho was fined $8 A oooi), second hand, and co3ts. He ought to have been portablo engine for enlo at a bargain. to cool otfin jail till he learned See Geo. I). Wcaren. some manners. For Sale. House and lot, corner of The electric light man, Mr. W. P. Main street nnd tho now pike. Price Hackett, of Cincinnati, has arrived and reasonable and terms easy. Apply to was engaged yesterday in locating the Mrs. M.K. Davioss. 2t poles for the wires and arc lights. He Mil J. 0. Hamsky asks us to return tells us that he will have the lights burn ing by July 20, by winch time the ice his most heartfelt thanks for tho kind nesf-eshown him and Ids dear wifo dur- plant will also be in operation. The water is promised by August 1. ing her long illness and at her death, nl-los 1 THE HEAT OF is BATTLE. our motto. "ALWAYS IN FRONT," If we can't lead, we will not follow. Our new line of India Organdies, Grenada Tissues, Wool and Cotton Challics in blacK and fancy colors, Lace hnd Tissue Fans, Silk, Henrietta and Sattcen Parasols show; that we Are Prepared for Old Sol, i warrnutttl. ringH, . ,.- -, . Lilcoln county of (,000, bearing will bo sold by A I. T conscious and was taken to his home, So we say to all the gentlemen, when you want Clothing and Gents' They have been borrowed bo long I have where he died In a few hours. forgotten who has them. I. S. Tevis. Furnishings come to us. Don't hurry off at break-necspeed before CHURCH AFFAIRS. you know what your own city can supply. tho Interior Journal base ball nine If isn't careful, it will come mighty near Rev. P. A.Sowell, of Danville, will Come to the NEW CASH STORE and let us measure swords being as rank as the Louisville Colonels. preach at tho Methodist church next with you. We will make only a flesh mark and you will be satisfied. This is not said in anger, but in sorrow Sunday and Rev. W. E. Arnold will fill and as a word of friendly caution. New- his pulpit at Danville. Don't be hasty. Our port Journal. Tho Presbyterians expect to begiu boys won n game Friday and they aro the erection of a church-houhere at tMitttttt"tM,ttttt"iMMttMtttMt"Mt,tMtMtt,M----going to stay on top hereafter. an early day. They will build a neat GO TO ItmtKsiiiNo siiowkks Sunday and yes house, costing about $1,200 to 1,500. Corbin Enterprise. terday reduced tho caloric in the atmosDr. Talmago and wife have gone to several days at his home near Crab Orcln phere to a bearable degree and gave the Mil. T. J. Hill's smoke-houwas en. ard. Europe to remain till September, but Cmt. H. T. MfLLixs, Is back from a tered a few nights ago and about 250 growing crops a new impetus. Speaking tho weary readers will have his sermons vifit to relatives in South Western Ken- - pounds of sides taken therefrom. They of the weather, Prof. Fostor, whose fore regularly dished up for their delectation, lucky. got in by picking tho lock. Up to date casta have been so well fulfilled, says whether he delivers them on top of Mt. that from tho 20th of June to the 25th of Mies MaI'd Wkuii returned Saturday Mr. Hill has nocluo to tho guilty s, Sinai or on the Pyramids in Egypt by Pittsburg, from several months' stay in but ho is making strenuous cilbrts August the heat will bo greatly above telegraph too, when a telegraph is not in - FOK tho average. Pa., and Ixiulsviltu. to find out who thoy are. 1.000 miles of either. .MicsM'R uiilkmiy mm urouier, vowir, The trial of L. M. Lasley for a breach The Episcopal church work among of Mr. of Columbia Tenn'., arc suer-lIt is practically settled that this of the peacoin striking und beating Prof. the negroes as reported to the commis illcinl district will be composed of tho J. M. Hubbard, was held before Police Mrs. J. C. Hays. sioner at Washington, over which Bish-o- t Mim Annie McKinney, who has boon counties of Mercer, Boyle, (iarrard and Judge Carson and a jury Saturday, when Dudley presided, shows three indusquite nick for fume time, was able to at- - Lincoln. This will make it safelv demo about the same case was made out as at trial schools, eight lay helpers, nine ' cratic as in 1SSS Boyle gave tund church Sunday. Cleveland the examining trial. Lawyer Harding clergymen, 14 , IS churchMn. W. H. Mitchell has moved hlsj Mercer 3.V), Lincoln 2S0, while succeeded in making the jury believe es, 207 confirmations, SIS baptisms. 1,1S4 family to the Coimiiuicial Hotel, where Garrard alone gave Harrison 00 majori- that his client hnd committed no otlense pupils, 1,471 communicadts, ;13,971.41 ty hi will keep hoarders. and dono no more than any other la- contributions. Oait. W. J. Wash met the pay train r Tin; trial of Win. McGmw, charged ther, worthy of the name, would have Rev. lien Helm announced in his hero hs iiHtial Friday and piloted it with tho murder of JameiT. Middlolon done under similar piovocation. Ho sermon Sunday that he had sent his res over his K.C. Division. on September 17, 1800, in Harlan coun- claimed that he hail been greatly out- ignation of the pastorate of the' church r tf !WY? 'Prior. Jamn W. Ciibkaclt, of Louis' ty, after rS2 V V1L4 ,Xi-occupying tho Whitley court raged by the cruel and arbitrary treat- here to the Presbvtery, and a congrega- ;tj in i k villi, fitt'iit Sunday here on. route to for ovur a week, resulted in a life ment of his daughter and appealed to tioual meeting was called for the 2d Sun-MadUon to vltlt relative. Hou. Fontaine F. Bobbttt for the jury to vindicate him, which it prac- day in July to, consider it. The pastor' dovMi to Mil. II. 0. lti'i'LKY wont ' the prosecution madu the eirort of his tically did in assessing the light fine of stated hit reaons for resigning and Is Receiving His Station yesterday to wo his Ilttlo $10. Mr. Owsley said Mr. Lasley had life. minced no words in giving his side of . grambchild, who Is very ill. dono much in tho troublous times in the case. There was disaffection in the The entertainment at Turnorsville MissSck Koct, who is now book tho Fast Fnd ten years or more ago to church, growing out of his lead in the Co., IVuiriU. spent Tho Lady of Lyons -- announced in our restore law and order nnd bring desperkeeper for Otter last Issue, will surely take place tho adoes to justice, which is true, and for prohibition fight a few years ago, and Sunday with her parents here. Goods Warranted and a Perlect Fit Guaranteed. Gie me call. 20 or more members hnd since refused Mns S. C. TniKiiKAiir and Mlis Gus night of tho 30th. It is under the man- that reason and others wo think ho to attend church or be reconciled in any Wilson are attending tho Women's Mis- agement of Mrs. Jack Gover, whose ex- should have taken tho advice of his perience and talent insure for tho play friends and not become a law breaker way. He had simply dono his duty and sionary Society at Nicholosville. while he may have made mistakes in Mns J. M. llriiHAKiiioit yesterday for HiirrcM in every particular. Heservod himself in his more mature years. other things he did not think he had in enlo at J. S. Hughes'. Memphis, Tenn,, where she iroes to see seats for Those who had agreed to take stock that. During the two yeais of prohibiafter her property interests titer. Newell Klmokk, who was adjudged in tho proposed fair met at the court- tion hero only one man was killed; since Mics Kllun Balloi went to Somerset .Dealers In. license was voted there have been 10. Saturday to attend tho marriage of Mr. insane Thursday, was taken to the asy- - house Saturday evening, oillcers were There could be no argument when such DoubIm llotmii and IMIw Ania Corson. hnn at Lexington Friday by Sheriff J.N. elected und consequently the fair is a Meitefeo and Mr. M. I). Elmore. He is certainty. George Miller Givons, of the results are manifest. He also took ocMimPattik Gkstiiv. who has been casion to haul tho dancers over the visiting her brother, C. V.Gentry, was! very pitiable object und hax been a tit West End, was elected president; P. W. coals. Brp. Molfett had said to some far tho asylum for a year or more, Green and K. It Gentry pitied to Harrodsburir Satunlavr by the , but his brother, Mr. M. D. Elmore, was E. 0. Walton secretary; Joo Embry as- young ladies, who asked him, "What illnoNi of her sister. Hard- -, Queen- -, Tin- and Glassware. opposed to sending him away and has sistant secretary, and W. M. Bright, made him turn gray so fast ?" "Because Cmt. T. F. Bailey has been given of tho trouble I see over your persistthe run between this place and Rich- nursed him himself for several years treasurer. A board of directors was ence in dancing." These girls could with a brother's tenderest affection. also selected, iw was a list of honorary mond and Capt. J. A'est has quit the It was decided to hold have the credit, if they could regard it business for awhile. A roLOKED mass meeting was held tho fair on Tuesday and Wednesday, us such, of turning one man gray and Miss Lizzie Fihiir.uk, of Danville, here last week which declared its unal- July Its and 13. Mr. A. D. Root's beau- helping to force another to leave a and MiM Nannie Orillln, of Louisville, he disliked to give up. The eer- terable opposition to the sepirate coach tiful grovo on tho Danville pike, just are visiting tho families of Mrs. Mattio . Vi .1 , bill, which they believe is against the beyond tho ic was secured for tho mon was a very sirong one anu tnoee ' Nevius and Mr. Jos. McClary, Sr. . BIWASO-lYABMjinterest of civilization and tho pence and place to hold the fair and tho location is 3 j MlhS Asnik Clkvk Mviii, who spent piiet of the State Thoy endorsed the a splendid one, accessible, and just the tort oi nis pastorate. Air. Helm nas uj a week or two with her brother, Mr AT will sadly acState "Kdtallcnp, in Louisville, after thoclosa call for arcimrd toconvention to take tho right distance from town. Tho name great many friends here who but for the ' regret to have him leave, and testing the law in tion in decided on is tho Lincoln County Stock of Millershurg College, returned home courts and appointed tho following dele- Fair Association and it is to be hoped sake of harmony ho would yield to their Frklay. Gentry, that tho first exhibition will prove a wishes. MllS. HllKCKKNIlllH.K J ONUS, of St. gates: J.J.Thompson, G. w Louis, and her three handsome children, M. Broaddus, J. S, Heid and II. Gra- successful one. There will be another t NEW ADVEKTISEJIE.VTS. meeting at tho court-houat 3 o'clock Held, Hreck, Jr., and Frances Pebecca, ham. this afternoon, when it is hoped that a arrived Saturday to spend the summer A Fio ht. Messrs. Phil Nunnelley THIRD AN.N'l.AL EXHIBIT at her father's, Mr. John M. Held. and Steve Owsley had a pugilistic en- largo number of those Interested will be way tho Courier-Journa- l present. Thib is the counter in front of Nunnelley's livery mixes things: "The Hon. J. S. Owsley stable. Fiiday afternoon, in which both LikeShootinu Fish. It was just as GARRARD COUNTY Jr., of Stanford, is registered at the for easy as shooting fish for tho Interior gentlemen came out a little wors Coolers, Mr. Owsley is Commonwealth's wear. Mr. Nunnelley struck tho first STOCK FAIR Journals to beat tho Hurrodsburgs Fricounty and is here blow and after an exchangj of several, Attorney of Lincoln day, notwithstanding the visiting team To be he!l nt on legal busine- " they clinched and fell, Mr. Owsley fall- started off as if they were goisg to play - - - KY., ing on top. They continued to pelt each tho mischief making three scores on CITY AND VICINITY. other and llnally Mr. X. got a grab at the llrst inning. Our namesakes then Friday and Saturday. his opponent's flowing whiskers and came to bat and scored one. The Fiiuit jarsat McKinney Ilros. pulled out by tho roots a good sized scored in their second inning Mason Light and Wire Top Turneis- Fhuit jarsutJ.T.'-locker'handful. They separated then and Mr. and also in the fourth and fifth, making ville. Owsley left town before any arrests were six in all. Hero they died. The I. J's. In Promiums. Fhuit jnra ami jelly glasses at A. A. made. The trouble arose over an ac- made two scores in the second, three in Send fur catalogue to Secretary. count which Mr. Owsley had been sued tho third, two in tho fourth and one each Warren'. T. 1), HKiUMi, rresiuem. ' JOHN M. PARRA. Sec'y In tho sixth and eighth 10 in all. The dump hay on. ' I have several Woods self Porcelain and Brass Preserving Ketties; Refrigerators, Water Coolers, AccidkntallyShot. Whlloout squir- Ilurrodsbiirg team was composed of rakes for Bale cheap. Joo Severance, Jr. OwWhite Mountain Ice Cream Freezers, Fly Paper and Fly Traps. Notice to the Traveling Public. rel hunting, a few days ago, Henry Phil- Lansing, Kano, Scaefer, Patterson, I have had Wk now have a stock of woven wire lips accidentally shot nnd probably dan- - ens, Jones, Chinn, Bonta and Rue and and slnt fenco made of oak pickets. Sine gerously bounded his brother, Jimmie. tho I. J's played Stucky, Arthur, Embry, HOUSE Wire Cloth Spring Hinges and Corner Irons, Grind Stones, Scythe furnished Stones, Grass and Weed Hooks, Blades and Snaths. & Menefee. At The younger brother had been told to Turner, Rice, Keenau, Reynolds, Fer have Rowland repainted and nicely of th beUand sa9 in connection with Hotel one tho Inte- remain whero ho was while he, Henry, rill and Holoran. The batteries were ccm loon In the State, open day and night; a night Tiik Nioholasvilh-- will play Full line of Cakes, Candies and Fruits. Prices to suit the times. all trains. In connection nnd Scaefer for tho visit- man meetsone of the best Mineral wells with House in the Mate have also rior Journals at Hochester Park next walked around a tree in which ho posed of Chinn for reference to water, call on Mr and . thought there was a squirrel. This Jim-mi- o ors and Holoran nnd Reynolds for tho andW. Patrick. Louiswlle, Mr and Mrs. FloydMrs Friday at :. i'. m. G. Both did good work, but F.rin. Tenn . A. A. Warren. Stanford, Dr. failed to do so and instead walked homo boys.. and Mrs T. V. E. Proctor, C. II Hraum.Mr Vm. Duyk shot another negro. Hiram around in some thick shrubbery. Tho the great Chinn was "hit unmercifully; V imllton, Rowland, Mr. and Mr F. II. Johnson, dangeiously Cowan, at Danville, and ,Clv Jini (,ui, uigcinirmi;. n.iv. noiso attracted Henry's attention and however, he struck out soven men. Hol- d.ty Jiavcn, I'etrey, vlerk Give me a call 4 jivi J. M. wounded him. j, W CARRIER, Prop. seeing tho bushes shako ho was positive oran struck out 12 really, but was only ,joiy I Turnorsville and this ho had his game. Further investigation credited with 10. Hois a daisy indeed Lost. Between a worker as ever occupied a place a chlld'slight cloak. Keceivo re- revealed a something which ho thought and as bard blazed away. It box. Reynolds held him comparatively was a squirrel and ho ward by returning to G. 11. Cooptr. was his younger brother instead of a well, but had several passed balls, which irort SA.L.K. Tiik Georgetown Timeneaysthat Evan- squirrel and hisecreams soon made him camo at unfortunato times. Little ArMunday wont there to lecture aware of it. Ho was suffering a good thur, who had not been used to playing gelist Joe thn other night, but boozo got tho beet deal when Henry reached him and when third, did not play up to his standard, On Monday, July II, 1802, of him, nnd after sobering up ho left surgical attention arrived It was found but for former ilno playing ho should County Court day, the undersigned committee will sell publicly in front of thv ciwrt'house door In town without lllling his engagements. that two of the shot had lodged In his not bo censured. Ferrill playod a lino btatifoul, between i and 2 p. n., abdomen. His doctor does not now Urst and his splendid form added conTiik grand stand at the basa ball siderably to tho good looks of tho yellow 18 Lincoln County Bonds .,.,.ia nrnvnd u treat convenience think his a very dangeaous case, but Of Denomination of $500, it may, later on, prove a serious and black I. J's. Capt. W. F.Sheridan ami mu h comfort. It was very wen Bays did his work Due in live years and bearing six per cent, inter Is to bo hoped one. Henry Phillips Is very much griev- umpired and we think patronized Friday and it nufortuuato accident, over well, hut tho Harrodsbtirgs kicked man- est aud payablu annually VAUXOS. ) V. E tJ.nttho enternrising firm of Blauken- ed over tho just received. foolishly on some of his And examine the Studebaker. Car-loa- d Com'tee. u. ij, uuuiMin. it, will make J which, of course, he should ho the ob- fully and very J ship & Alford, who built J. II. PAXTON decisions. pf no censure. ject money out of it. EitiTOii II H. Smith, of. Mt. Vernon, joi7k.naloihco win i, promptly lllleU was here yesterday. The examination of teachers for the Mns. A. V. Kizemokk went to common schools will ho held Bttho court on a visit. house July 1st for whites and tho J. It. Fahhip, of Lexington, was over for tho colored. Tlio instituteon wJH Sth bo Sunday to see his niauy friends. held Aug. 0. Mns. Vutou UnooKs, of Midway, is 9 9m the guest of Mrs. William Moreland. The younger boys have organized as Mies Jknme IIkoaddus, of Madison, the iNmiiOK Journals, Jh. and will is vitltinu her aunt, Mrs. Jane Harrow. play thulM nine of Danville a game hero of her, Thursday at y p.m. Mits. Han.vik Hunks and Carroll Shanks is children arevisitiue. at Junction City. 1 manager of tlijunIors and John Halo Ivan Fish, of tho depot force, spent Captain. -ay 15-2- Holma.v .V McCluhi: will run the thatall silverware, watches. H. Penny's will etae lino between Crab Orchard Springs county court day be engraved free of chance. nnd the depot. Thoy will also have a ad. livery stable at the Spring PERSONAL POINTS. Who's Got 'Km? Those good neigh- ever, as he was walking down tliH rail. . .. .. r vt d .uis.kttik it. hay is now Hilly Mil. S. M. Owens is quite hick. bors who borrowed my cutting box and road trackand fell across the rails. When todostetiOKraph and typo writ-luL. M. WESTEitriELi) is confined to his will please return them at found ii few minutes Inter he was un work and orders loft at the Intkhiok room by sickners. once, as I need tiie latter vry much. Ukmkmuki. tc bought at A. He may go to 95 and even 100, still those who buy our stuff can We study the comfort of customers in fabrics and Si'N Stkvc k. Jam" Hosgland, who resist his rays. bonds to tho amount fl per cent, interest, fires for Engineer ''Pap'' Orndorf, bemerit their good will and patronage by always giving the lowest cash the committee next tween Rowland and Lebanon Junction, prices. If you want pretty and desirable stuff for summer you must at public auction. .See got off his engine at Lebanon Junction, come to see us. We always have the new things. We are deterFriday evening, as usual, and s'arted for his home. He became overheated, how- mined not to carry over any m pre-pare- tr auger-fram- e stt:m::m::e:r, olothihg-k , J. S. HUGHES. to se - i ! se A. A. Warren's "Model Grocery" pur-tie- i s i I ju-an- d Sunday-Schools- FRUIT JARS, JELLY GLASSES, TOPS AND GUMS, SEALING WAX, &C. -- i. t " .ni M I j j H.6.RUPLEY,-liXt..J.v r ' i sen-toue- o. 1 1- -6 vitt t. rr SSWWL- - IV-nlc- k's . Spring & Summer Goods FARRIS & HARDIN, - : - ie Staple & Fancy Groceries Just Received a Beautiful Line s. - toll-gate- .helium. .: B.K.&W.H. Wearen's. pss-torato Chamber Sets and Lamps. (kfxfi)CQLD WJIM se Garden Tools, Rakes, Hoes, Spades, Shovels, Traces, Collars, Pads, Ilames, Leonard Refrigerators, While Mountain Freezers, Water Etc. Wil-lar- d. - LANCASTER, Har-rodshu- rgs No Is the Time to Buy s. $2,000 Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, m m ot Tin Cans, Sealing "Wax r. m . I THE SIIEITON m MoBXlfrlTE'y BROS. I Do You Need a Wagon ? t-- Lincoln: County: Bonds i k"l 1 CALL AT J. B. FOSTER'S ' ' '! a iiwimjwi;iit ! fmmtHnwmny :? tX I Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal BEHIND THE SCENES. FORCIVENESS. From Dear Kate's Scrap-BooForgive, though thy proud heart rebels, And thought of vv rong thy boson sw ells; Though wronged thou art, sttlt thou canst live, And Ireely, graciously forgive ! HOTEL AND SALOON AT ROWLAND . It Is understood that Tom Karl will devote himself to the management of Publlsbod Every Tuoedrty and Friday tho Bostonians nest season. AT Tho Actors' fund fair was n heavy $2 IUCIZ YffiAR IN- ADVAKCK. drain upon tho managers of tho New Forgtv e ' Trove not rebellious still York theaters, it is said, the other nt Coutrot thy anger, curb thy will. be ch.irged.TTn mT When not 10 pud S2.CO w tractions "standing no show" against No thought of vengeance alio tld there Forgiv enett shoul J be full and free. . the fair. K. u. LOCAL TIME CARD. opera house at Montevideo, South Forgive, forgive, as thou wouldttsee The Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning America, has ono lower circle reserved Forgiveness meted eut te thee. at j:aop. m. Indies who attend without escorts. Let lose and mere) have lull sway, for L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. They havo tho largo hats all to them- And thou wilt never rue the day. 11 aa pa Mitltrain going North We often err aud go attray selves there. ' " South I3pn am Montreal man has brought suit From out thentrrow, chosen way; A Etprets train " South 1125 forgiven .. .. " " North 154 am against tho manager of the local theater And we have need to 3a" Local Freight North struggling on our way to Heaven. .659 am becnuso ho purchased n ticket to hear While 513pm South. The latter traina alo carry passengers. Mine. Scalchi sing, and the twpnlar And if e then would merely ask, The above it calculated on standard time. Solar contralto failed to sing. His action is Why should it be to us n task time it about ao minutet fatter. here based on tho ground that managers are Hard to perform whileforgive.we live responsible for nonfulfillment of con- log adl), cheerfully CRESCENT ROUTE. QUEEN & 111 . ! FQZE I; my frame Hotel Mid Saloon at Rowland, which are now renting at $65 per month. It 11 ccutrally located and a fine point for business, being at a terminal point on a divis-io- n of the L. S: ' It hat good well, stable coal house and other necessary otitbiitldings. Adrtrett MR MAR C.FERR1LL. Stanford. 1 I otTer for sate privately SALE. 1 T THE Is a Candidate fer Circuit Judge In the ijth District, ubject 10 the action of the demot.ratic party morning In Stanford and I will deliver Ice every Rowland nt .me cent per pound or sixty cent per hundred All accounts due last of each week. JAMKM'. HUslI,, f Manford, ky Of Lincoln, It n Candldtto for Circuit Judge In this judicial district, subject 10 the anion oflhe " Democracy. ICE I ICE 1 1 M. T. NOEL M. C. SATJFIJEY, u-t- RILEY HOUSE. F. B. RILEY, Proprlotor, a-s- ivondon, Kentucky. FRANK RILEV. JOHN Gov. V. HUGHES n Highest cash market price paid for Good Livery attached and every convenience Give me a call. 77 I hive moved to my new Hotel and am bettei prepartd than ever to accommodate the public la a Candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney In this the nth Judicial District, subject to the no lien ol the Democrat)' James pas B. MeCreary Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, &c, at M. F. J. II. BAXJGIIMAN, FIRE AND STORM Is a Candidate for Congress In the tih Congres sleiinl DlttrUt of Kentucky, subject to the ailior. of the DeiiHKrattc J. S. OWSLEY, JR., Trains pass Junction City as Q & C Special ta 36 a m ; Fast Mail u:3 p. m.; New Orleans Limited 317 p. m.; Special 8 40 p m. North-bounQ & C. Special 1:57 a. m.; ltlue Grass Special 5:10 a. m. ; Cincinnati Limited 2.07 p. m.; Fast Mail a.41 p. m. RUe-Grass d tract. For Bilious Attacks heartburn, sick headache, and all disorders of the stomach, liver, and bowels, Ayer's Cathartic Pills safest, surest, and most popular mccHcino for are the family use. Dr J. G. Ayer & Co. LovcH, Wass. 53 srvNFOrtD.KY. The report that Miss Maud Harrison prepared to retire from tho stage at tho end of this season is denied. Miss Harrison (now Mis Bell) is much too young and charming to think of quitting n profession of which she is an or . nament, nud of hiding from a public Refreshing Retreats. with which sho is popular. m dtjsaro fast approaching and now is lining A new opera by Mascagni is probable. st.nd bwht out the Jewelrv Moling ol " H and the time that excurstoulsts, pleasure-nvkout McKwerts, the druggist, I am Messrs. Targioni-Tozzerand Menasci, aporttmen should figure out a route for their umnt reduced rates to make room for an entire new me in the librettists of "Cavalleria" and mer vacation,fishingnoing so,locatedatngntiuiiv n Hue All goxls nrtltKnllv summer and "Rantzau," have, at the order of tho cousin Cxitral Linesresorts vivldlr toalong the .tig ' come view, am Milan publisher Sonzogno, prepared for which are Fox Lake, III . Lake ilia. Ill , Mu -Lake, NiiMiah, Want wanago, Waukeha, Mascagni a libretto having for its sub- ca Flrield, Hctternut Cedar A'hland. Wis Wli,.t. and ject the story of "Vestilia," n drama by sin has within the last tie years becomo tho centtr f attraction Mr more p!enure ekers hunter, and1 the Italian poet, Rocco de Zerbi. fishermen thau any other Mate In tho Union an.l rach llt iiicreae the delre to again ee the Over 0,000 francs have already been landscape, breathe, the balam fragr.iiKe raised in Paris for a monument to the charmingpart i the iuvlgoratiiig utiun.phrre, wan- ' that is a thnmgli the colonnades of stately pines and late Henry Litollf. Among the muical iler the speckled beauties w it b a hand made tl names of subscribers are Theodore hook pamphlets containing valuablo itiformatloi, Kor ' T S. PAT TV, I). V A Litolff, 1,000 francs; Massenot, 100 eu.., apply to ( nattjnooga, francs; Verdi, 200 francs; Boito, 100 JAS C. POND, General Paiiger aud letui Ikket 20 francs; Chabrier, Agetit,.hlcago,III. francs; . 20 francs; Colonno, 20 francs; Dupres, 20 Just as sure as hot weather comes there will be francs. more or less low el complaint in this sicinity K ery person and especially famib.s, ougnt tohate torn ereliaMemeeicine at hand for instant use. In Thoroughly Repaired on Short-- ' TURF TOPICS. Cham is The Mloningitem, clipped from the. 1't. Madison, Iowa, Democrat, contains information well "Mr John Roth, ot this worth remembering city, w ho met with an accident a few days ago. spraining and bruiting his leg and arm quite 's was cured by cne 50 cent bottle of Tain Halm. ' This remedy Is without an equal tor Sprains and bruises and should have a every household. Fora!e by Dr. M. flnce in Druggist and Optician, Stanford, Ky L, (."ham-berlain- ELKIN & CO., INSURANCE AGENT Representing Is a Candidate for Com iron wealth's Attorney, sub ject te the action of the Democratic part). In any Judicial District to which Lincoln touut) may b assigned. tr DfflYDoNoticelf? i er s Companies. I would outhouses. he pleased to wait on my friends in this line. Pol. it.it icies promptly issued. Will Insure against tornadoes, w ind storms and lightning Lightning clausadditional charge es attached without Dibit at First National Hank SUnlord. HOUSE AND LOT FOR RENT. Hartiord, of Hartford, Conn., Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. I House and Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, the otTer for lent theGaines tralg. ot belonging to estate of Cupt. and adjoining Dr. J II Owslev, on Hustootillestiett. Manford, Ins. Co. of North America, Ky It has right 1 10.11ns, good All of which are well and necessary first-clas- r. M. .McKOItKKTS Aetnt Manford, Ky ti - k- Engraved FreeofCharge J. H. HU-TQ1- T. Dealer in Qoneral Merchandise, Lumber and Shingles. nicely under the Caih bytten amLthai the people are rapidly catching en to the faft that it It the better system, Nth lor the buyer and teller. 1 hey alto know that I seliaoodt for About A third lett than my competitors who do credit business He member that I keep constantly on hand a apltn did assortment of 1'ry Goods, Groceries, Cloth ing. Hoots, Shoes, Hats and the like Call In and see my stock, which is replenished almost daily J II HILTON, Rowland. Kv yr . - Watches, Clocks est Notice. Goods sold for cash onlr It cives me pleasure to state to the publU in general that 1 am doing J w tSC S v t0 , Saint-Saen- s, Jewelry v' .NOTICE TO 1IIK.. i Stanford, 19.6m Bello has had n musical galop named after her. Tho get of Electioneer havo won 077 Office South tide Main street, in office recently heats iu 2:30 aud better an average of by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. vacated 54' heats each. The descendants of Electioneer number 1G0 performers, among them loG trotters and four pacers. CJT.SURGEON DENTIST., Twelvo trotters have records better Office ton Main ttreet, over W. B. McRobertt Drug Store, Stanford. than 2:12, nnd IVnncy Hanks (2:09) is the only ono that is not out of a great brood mare. R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. Georgo Hnnkms of Chicago, will enter some colts for the English Derby of DENTIST. 1S91 nnd other big events in both EngIt moving to the Higgins office, Lancaster street, land nnd France. Nitrous Oxide Oat given for painless extracting, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ills nigimess is nearly sixteen hands high, but so symmetrical are his lines that the most practiced eye would be de-M. CRAIG, ceived about his height. DR. Robert Bonner now declares that Homeopathic Physician, Snuol trotted in 2:07,U or 2:07 at Stock- - STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ton last fall, and that Orrin Hickok's Office Hours: 10 to i a. m.; r to 3 p. m.; 8 to blow watch, which registered 2;0S1, "Tt jfp. ra. was preferred to those of the other timOffice on Lancaster ttreet, opposite ers. When the improvements at Washington park now going on nro finished the .. betting ring will be 302 feet long by 90 Office opposite Coffey Houe, feet wide and will contain 81,500 square feet of space, enough for 20,000 standing - people. DR. W. B. PENNY, "Snapper" Garrison and Isaac Murphy will both have racing stables this season. Frank Ehrot's royal filly Yorkville Dentist. case it is needed. A ij or 50 cent bottle of berlain's Colic, t holcra and Diarrhita Keuied Is just what you ought to have and all th.t you would need, eveu for the most seere and dangerous cases It is the best, the most reliable and most surcefut treatment known aud is pjoasant to take. For sale by Dr. M L Bourne, Druggist and Optician, Stanford, Ky. TRAVELING PUBLIC. B. H. DANKS. I I have opened In connection with my Hotel, the Bucklln's Arnica Salve. mmr BHjjlP a. s. price, JOHN -- 1 court-hous- e. 39-y- r DB. J. AMOIT, The best salve in the w orld tor cuts, brum; sores, ulcers, salt rheum, feser sores, tetter, chap- ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin crup I am agent tions and positively cures piles, or no pay requir-- 1 Fence La. t for The Central Kentucky Hedge Lanratter, and offer the terriers of perfect satisfaction, ed. It is guiranteed to Price at, centt per box. both m self and the Company to the citucnso' or money refunded. Lincoln county. I am very thankful for the liberFor sale by A R. Penny, Stantord, Ky. al patronage received and nope by fair dealing to Farmers in need of a Kod merit a continuance fence will tind me at the Mvers ltosise in Stanford Tho First Sttp. en each Couuty Court day M W. JOHNSON. Perhaps )ou are run down, can't eat. can't sleep, can't think can't do anything- to your sat ' isfaction, and you wonder what ail jou. You should heed the warning, you are taking the hrt step into nervous prostration. You need a nerse 3 tonic and Electric Uitters you win nnu met nest remedy for restoring your nersout system to its Surprising results Dealer In- healthy condition normal, 11a- h use of this Nerve Tonic and Alterative ' Your appetite returns, good digestion is restored PoreiCTO Domestic and the User and kidneys resume ncanny action Try a bottle Price jo cents at A. R Penny's Confectioneries, Ac drug store. pan turnihs a first class baker Has A Little Girl's Experience In a Light read, with him the like on short and S Cakes and notice. j HnUHO. keeoers ot Mr nn,4 Mrs ....... ....- - I.nrm Tr.scott are ... . , ami, the . ,, are Gov. Lighthouse at Sand lleacn. .Mien Jellico Coal Co blesed with a daughter, a years old. Last April X alls she was taken down with measles, followed with a a fever. Doctors Miners and shippers of the GENUINE dreadful cough and turning into at home and at Detroit treated her, but in vain; she grew worse rapidly until she was a mere handful of bones." Then she tried Dr Kings' New Discovery and after the use of two and a half Try it W- - are the sole agents for Manford and bottles was completely cured. They say Dr, Rowland Otitic corner ol Depot strett and railKind's New Disuovery is worlh its weight in gold road crosun; vet ou may get you a trial bottle free at A R 6 H1GGINS .V WAITS Penny drug store. TO THE FARMERS. MYERS HOUSE, First-Clas- s gi. And offer the services of it to the public. Ilrand new vehicles and fresh blooded horses make my Livery Stable, WILLIAM HIOKELANO, Dealer in the aaovc stable win pare with ' Tho Best In metho Country. a Give AL HUKNS, Manager P W 97-6- n call. GREEN, Proprietor. ESo -- icmrains, Solicited Si,ck Cattle and SNtep a sp. ulty. Persons having anr nlih.j'm.. .1... ,.- -. ....,1, for saleor wlshlnt tvt urchase same, vill d well mcallonnradJressme Ancsperleiue .f fifteen years In this business has be.n of pt.fi t 10 me and--I think I tan make i prontable bilh to the buyer atiJ teller I' O addles Stmfe-td- . Ky. io tlttice at the Myess House. 1 1 Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hoga THE gOFFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY , POSTED. Thw 11. tie. forewarns hunter. rUkeriara and uincrs iioiio trespass on our lands without per mission, as all sitvh will be prosecuted In the lull tit cstentef the law. Signed: C. M.SI'OOVAMO'iRK 55 J. K. IIRUCK. THOMAS C. HALL STKKLKHAILKY A.M. FKLAND II. C.AINKi. JAMKSGIVKN'S. I. S. PHILLIPS. ANTON KK.NACM.K CLARK RKYNOLIW and Fruits, I JOSEPH COFFEY.JPro'r. SThis Hotel, renovated and refurnished, Is now I intend to conduct it so as t not only maintain its huh reputation, but to astd to Its long list ot friends. Special accommodations for commercial travelers and Awi rooms for thedltpkiy of samples. in my charge and Branch Original Jellico Coal. A j7-- Flrst-ClassJSalo- on And IllLLIARDand POOLROOMS attached. JOSEPH COFFKY ! T M. I). NKWLANI) W W. HAY.-C. I. YON O. I.ACKOWnZ II A FREU I' MA N.N Kentucky. FASHION'S FOIBLES. MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, Milliner and Dress Maker Corner Main and Depot Streett, Stanford, Kentucky. Has Jutt received a handsome line of Spring and miner Millinery and invite her friends and the puolic generally to call in and get first choice. Hats and Bonnets trimmed In the latest style by most artistic hands. To Farmers. I am Agent for the Celebrated Deering-- : Harvesting : Company, And offer their Machine to the people of Lincoln county. Their Hinders aie unexcelled and their Reapers and Mowers stand the highest of any in the market. Also keep all kinds of fixture" on hand, fee me before purchasing. Office at First National Hank J.U 1IAUOHMAN, Ky. Stanford, l$.im . D03XTT JESSE Who keeps fresh STAH3S some- Y'ourtelf to death whrn you can always find thing palatable and tike at D. WEAREN'S, from the markets, the gardens and orchards And Country Produce, gowns. Has opetwd his stock of goods and Is ready to rve the people of Stanford and vicinity. He Is otter- Small turbans are worn nud trimmed ing unheard of ItargHias and all wlw want good with n facing of velvet nnd n high bow goods at lite lowest possible prices shwstld call M hi sn hs Logan Avenue, near Lancavster pike, so on the side, through which is iiiaced a slcfc, wo gave her Caatorla. When Bab7 was quill. THE STANFORD Hatpins are in endless variety, from When she w as a Child, sho cried for Castorla. When f he became Miss, sho clung to Castorla. the jeweled ones to those of enamel. Co. One recently feWfii was a fly with a ruby Wheu she bad Chll ren. she gave them Castorla. body nnd diamond wings. Has contra, ted w nh respoimlile firms lor Its plants Some of tho combs worn in tho hair anu win nave ire lie alia I'.iectric 1'iatits complenro very effective. They are of gold or ted about sut) daTs, the Water Plant toon afsilver, eot with precious btones. Torter luorderto place indivHlual contracts in ad- toise shell with gold are also in favor. ,,Kfc, :3K.?.ri?: &ai:.d Large Leghorn hats will bo worn exNecessary water mrieswdt kaklaiJ. conswet! to tensively in the country. One recentlv mains at actual cost lor pipe and work. nr,nlt-v-OiDP "'. t Vv.., Electric wires put in and seen was white, with trimuiin Af U,.,.l-- t,ijt. mane anu tan, roavneu, """.". ,.'? " " futures fur'.""" TrvW'left a smaii..1l luroi in uiuii. jaw; alma brand nished free ol charge velvet and a wreath of daisies, corn- - back, letter "K" tmndel on 01 te- -l naaiity and gaarnnteosl tecte loot 'onUfthlp Any one giving any inlormation lad-iii- z satisfaction flowers and poppies. tu her recovery will receive a liberal reward The schedule of adopted rales Is f root ij to jo Lancaster, Kt W.J. ROMANS, White velvet, black velvet and in fact a8 percent, lower than is usually tfvtn colored velvets are promised us for next Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. winter, and women who can nfford only one best gc vvn will turn to the black Dwellintf of 1 rooms, one faucet I 5 00 Each additional room velvet, as of old. ns something upon 30 Each additional faucet w All porsons havinz claims against the estate o which to depend. , are reiiuested to present Stores, Hanks and Private Offices, t lancet... 5 00 S. W Glvens, deed llaths, private, one lau.et them to ui by the 15th of Augutt next j 00 S G1VENS, Hose Shrimp piuk is much used for evening Auditor of Iowa, "Ihaveu'ed Chimlicrlain's Cough Remedy in my lamily and have no hesitancy in sa)in I believe all that 1. it is au excellent remedy clamed for it. Persons afflicted by A cough or here is no danger) old will find it a friend." from whooping cough when this remedv is freely jsand 50 cent bottles for sale )Y Dr.M. clven L Hourne. Druggist and Optician, Stan ford. Ky. .ays Hon W. V Lucns. LOCUST GROVE' Ex-Sta- te C. D. I POWEI.I.. is T O CK T A B. M. DtUIII -- FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANH1RD, KY IV- - 1 Gcncral -:- - Merchandise, FOR SALE Hltte-Gra- Watertight and 111 El-"- "s Ice The finest Farm and richest s.nl in t.fncoln co., Laud, situa-- I comprising 4)0 acres "I ted within two miles ot Stanford, the county seal of Lincoln. Fronted l.y the Shelby City turnpike and accessible to the Stanford and Danville turnpike. 'I hit 11 one of the btst Slock Farms In the region and is In a high stale of colli vsiioh Abundance of water lor all purpos Soil is ferule and is suitable for the growing of land is s llicirp lobacio, corn and wheal loiatcd vc that it can he divided and two fine 1 arms made The improvement, ate a Urge ami commodious dwelling a convenient stock barn, Ac , the bstt ol fro It of all kinds, rtr For Inler- K II JoN I , Stanford matlc.1. apply to II IONKS. ... -I .. r. .. st hlu-Gras j ; Capital Stock- Surplus lhat this 3200,000 18, COO lb U v Kil.r.v ...... rintfine , 11. STRAYED OR STOLEN. A t. i.rsn, Ky. I J REAL ESTATE AGENT , .i"".' nccet-tur- Stanford, 1 Notice to Creditors. W. 1 ODDS AND ENDS. Drummer.' Lunch Biscuits. ception Flakes and everything nice and good to eat. No stale goods alio ed 10 accumulate. workmanship to the famed Thames tun-nnt Loudon. The average number of letters written per head of the population is: Englar I and Wales, 40; Scotland, 30; Ireland, 10; The best Flour In town. Sweetest Hams In the United States, 21; France, 15; Germany, mirW.t l'rlrr. 31 LOW than anvwhere ill the 13, nud Italy, 7. citv. Good delivered tree of charge. Produce of all kinds taken In exchange Givo mo a call. Tho deepest mine in the world is tho ' JESsE D. WEAKEN. rock salt mine nt Spezenberg, near Ber-- 1 lin, 4,175 feet. The deepest perpendicu- lar shaft is in the Kuttenberg mine, in A G. Lanharo John D, Cattleman. Bohemia, 3,77S feet deep. The deepest British mine is the Aston colliery, 3,150 . feet. el Wax came into uso for candles in the Twelfth century, nnd wax candles were esteemed a luxury in 1300, being but little used. Choice Fruits and Vegetables, It is now known thnt the ancient Cakes, Crackers, Candies, Babylonians had a tuuuel under the Euphrates almost equal in point of Graham Wafers, Re- ' ,a.,w T?rv"I" pike, 4 I G C. GIVENS, G L. Sl'RlIEK . attachment tor sprinkler Stables, private, one animal Each additional animal .... j 00 1 too 00 miles from Stanford. LvllYl.lAcreton W. Detirable Farm ol 140 Crah Orchard For commercial use: II Miller. 70J One arc and three 16 c. p. incandescent lamp Far 1 Electric Light Rates. MONUMENTS Of.all kinds, I i " pcrjear p. each incandescent light, per " jo 5 " ic -- ...$70 00 Ot mo. Made and Set Up in All Parts of Staple Groceries, Aud Provisions, the Country. & For 1st 16 c. For Residence Use: p incondeseent lamp per mo ' ' No Agents employed ' W. ADAMS it) 6m No.4 llroadway, Lexington, Ky T SON, " 4th" ' ' ' "i For each additional " " Z " Forlurther informaticn, apply to at-- tt J W HAYDEN.Sup't, &c. For Sal j Twenty Building Lots In the corporate limits of Rowland. H. I. DARST. Rowland. fr CT ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. MANAGERS, WORLD'S FAIR NOTES. TO THE PUBLIC. with G. V. Insurance Company, BAHBEE &0ASTLEMAN Commerce Building, a Louisville Agents throughout the South. "W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Agent, STANFORD. KY. buildings will bo palo ivory. Several of CrabOrchaad, Kythem, however, will show modifications of that color. J&.TSm Fifty-fiv- e of tho comities in Illinois havo been organized for exposition work I ran supply the families of Stanford and vicinby tho women members of tho state ity wilh home made Ice at 60 cts per too pounds; World's fair board. less than ihat amount at one cent per pound, aud or 17 It IS nnnnnnpoil flint UIO lrfeima ex- - ni.i.ficiureU IceaCS cents Ice 100 uouuus every delivered cfnUf0rlairqautii.les. position board intends to reproduce nt morning call special attention to the John Ire- mer llrewins C. 's Celebrated I. . L. Beer, for tnoinir.uouncernon,iiioramouMiomo wi,,ch ,g,nt wilt furnish m eithe- - keg or and last resting place of George Wash- - boitie v nt. for puces. E. I1REMBR, Stanford, Ky. 3lf ington - made arrangements I Liberia, the negro republic, has ac- ton, have Saw Mill man, to furnish the public with the cepted tho invitation to participate iu any and all kinds ot lumber, either at my store in Crib Orchard or at the mill Feuciug Plsnk andthe exposition. Posts a specialty. Get my my prices before buyThe general tint of tho World's fair Ing Dealer in General Merchandise, Single. 35 XCE BEER. Having removed my Barber Snop to the Com mercial Hotel, I ana -, Prepared to Accommodate Ladies as well as Gentlemen, Id anything they may wish in my line, also waited on. Call "o uie. Chil- - ' i, ,, I JESSETHOMPSON, la Commercial Hotel. have q.ute a number of I ARMS for sale ol the Lands ir, Lincoln iuuhty. vers best U These 1 anus are all well improved and good rich lands, running in sire from 50 to too Acres Considering theis locality, their richness and fertility of roil, the couvemeuceof turn pikes and railroads that bring markets right to our door, ihev are cheaper than the Lands of any other counly.in the State 'I here is scarcely a Farm in the cttn- t) over 5 mllet trotn atiucot' 1 he county it checked w Itta turnpikes running There is not a public road en inevcry direction tering the county seat that is uot Macadamiicd. We have the Knoxvillo llrauch of the I. ,V N It. K. dividing the county from Kast to Wwl and the C. S. R R from North to vuth; the K. C. K R Irom this place to Cincinnati, crossing the C. A O. at Winchester, giving full access to the markets ol the whole world. Besides, we have three large Klour Mills 111 the county that give us a market for all our grain right at homo; and the develop mentol the mountain regions ol Eastern and Kentucky b. tailroadt and the outlet Sonth by railroads has created tuch a demand and tTovetidcr that weean for all kindsnf cert-al-t tcarcely retain enough lor homecontumptlon. people are protperout, generous and kind, The 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.it a prosperous little city of about J. too mhab.tanla ud is the great doorway from the North and Northeast South and from the Northwest to rwutheatt, and standing as it does gating right Into the bosom of the undeveloped mountains of Southeastern Kentucky backed up by the whole Blue Grass region ot the State with railroads running through it to all points of the compass, makes it naturally one of the best located towns In the South for mannfaciurcs and other enterprises of magnitude Water Works aie now being agitated and Aght of a mile aboue the town about there could be erected Water Works with very a city 01 150,000 inIMtle cost that would supply habitants with the pureifand best water in the world. Our littlo city hss been newly rebuilt in the last few years ami its business houses aril res idences will compare with larger cities of greater pretention!. Our merchants and Iradetmen are We have two all protperout and doing well. banks with a capital stock ol $400,000 that are prosperous and in a good condition. We have splcdid schools. We have a Female College, a large brick building, with over 100 pu pili in attendance and under the prlnclpalship ol Prof. J M Hubbard, is In a flourishing condition. We alto have a Seminary that it a good tchool, with Prof II F lllakemanai us head We have one of the nest Public School buildings ic this section of the State, with over 100 pupils in attendance, and with other good private schools, you see our school facilities are excellent We have elegant church bullnings, representing every denomination, with a full corps 01 ministers of fiat class talent and are doing a better butlncst than anv clan of men in the city. I have tried to make tills statement at facts, without anv exaggeration or coloring, as those who know will bear ne nut, nnd those who wish to buy pleasant hornet at lair prices and locate among'a good people with all the best surroundings would do well 10 call and tec me before pur. hating oltewhere South-eastern e. -three-fourths -- j Attention of the public it invited to me fac Is the only National Hank in, Stanford Under the previsions of the N'aiitsial Hank Act depositors arc secured not only by the .apital stock, but bv the stockholders liability lor an amount equal to the slock, so that of this institution are secured by a f uad of xw Five sworn statements oftheiondiiioti uf the U.nk are made oath year to the United Stales government and lis assets arc es.mlned at staled jituet ay government agent. Inn securing nddttitona and perfect safety to depositors This institution, originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford in ilv. the. ned as the National Bank ol Stanford in itot ana tgain th lH-- it Natswud Itauk ol Stanlord iu iStt, has had practically an uninterrupted oxistenceof it years II is Mltr supplied new with tscllilies for tratiMicl,Mg bonnes, pnipt ly snd liberally than ever before in us long and nonoranie career .Accounts otcnrporntJont Mu curies, firms and Individuals solic ted The Directory ol this Bank is emptetl ot r. J. Foster, ol Stanford; Forettut Ketd, Lincoln ctMaty; deiiitit J4. J. ' W. Harden. Statfotti; S II lltughman, Ltncu! M. J. Miller, Mi. Vornsn; S. T. Harris L!oC1b J..S. G A. Lackey, Lincoln. T P. Hill.Stanford. W. G. Welch, Stanford, Hokt Stanford; W.! Tale, Sianfoio OFFICERS- J Mocker, President; John J. McKobcrta, Cathier; A. A McKiuney, Annum Cathier. Farmers Bank&TrustCo OF STANFORD, KV., It now fully organued and ready lar buttneit with Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. Surplus, . - - - 19,000. SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONA1 BANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same assets and undci the same management. By provisiont of its chaiier, depositors are as HU.ny.PO.'e.i!,ll."..,e,l,!,o,,,0" ln National l"ng held Individual!) liable to the extent of the amount of their stocl .lenrnnD.:i,he.P7'iValuc.,her.eo, '"dditien tc th such shares. It ma, t . md,v.dal.m,n,tr,,0r who W l'aU"' e" '"" h.nk.1-..- Lincoln Hank ?..! m""'"K.,ne ,endcr ourNational hanktit and ?.m.. ., ' ,nanV ue ,,tr? eyr?"V contlnu o transact their businmv .1" otH'"e " uan"'ee for prorppi aten i0l" ,,"n,r y" experience oi 5IRJ. . ?' TnVhe en"ud their buisincs. a. A itstent nu' l,b1"""umodatioiis sound banking. -i , as are cot I. J.J. J. I'Ikectohs; Williams, Mt. Vernon; M. Hall, Stanlord; J. S. Owsley, fctanford; S.J. Embry, Stanferd; J. K. Lynn, Stanford; A. W, Carpenter, Milledgevilu J. K.llaughman, Huttouvillr' J. F, Cash, Stanford; William Gooch.l.Stanlorri .11. Shanks, Prendent. J. B. Owtlty W.M. Bright, Teller 93-i- yr s. j wb iifl jL. 4JlJAMItVjsiWt,"ri IMJU .