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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892062801 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. n A-- .' Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XX. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Interior Journal! STANFORD, KYM TUESDAY. JUNE 28. 1892. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY, ' NO. 35 !& I . X Rev. Tom Bush preached at the Methodist church Sunday morning. For Sale. An Immense stock of loafers niul street corner politiolanH. Will B00'' roon Bell cheap or exchange '"" mayor of Iwions- doff. Apply to the tor, Ky. Tho tin shop and stock of hardware o( tho latu It. S. Hawlden was sold at Raymond Hasclden auction tho purchaser and will continue the business at the old Btand. Iinmoueo crowds attended each of Barnes services lant week. Tonight, night, he will Monday, nnd deliver his lecture on tho Lot Tribes. Wednesday morning he will leave for Green Ilriar Springs. Mr. It. K. Hughes, who haa M ably edited tho Central Hecord, left last week for Atlanta, where ho will prohahly locate Uobia an energetic, straightforward young gentleman nod that ho will tnako a success goes without Baying. The Central Record has been Bold to Indiana parties, who will taku charge tho first of next month and continue to run tho paper. Wo failed to learn the names of tho gentlemen, but the paper will contlnuo to be democratic in polito-da- CLEVE & STEYE. CHURCH AFFAIRS. o RWV W': -- . M V V "S LrV .. &S: C r OIMM'tt I.F H.AND. L.J- -. tics. nirr-nit Clerk W. It. Mason has re I turned from tho big Chicago convention homewhat tho worse, for wear, but still ",S -- .''JswSR.1 . SHI 7 The Bishop's Letter is tho name of are attending tho Barnes meellnes. They tho new ollicial organ of the Diocese of are guests of tho family of Judge J. V. Kentucky. It is edited by Rt. Rev. Hemphill. Mr.lt. Scott Hudson and, X. K. feTKVr.NSON. Thomas U. Dudley, D. I), and its do wife, of Lower Garrard, visited Mrs. J., , sign is to disseminate information among E. Stormes Sunday. Miss Jennie War-DANVILLE. the Churchmen of the diocese concernof Stanford, is visiting her aunt, ren, G. D. Mnionheimcr hns started a ing the works of the church in the dioMiss Jennie Duncan. At an election held In Frederick shoemaker's shop nenr the depot in part cese because interest must always bo proportioned to knowledge. It is to be county, Va., on the tilth of July, 1767' of Jo Faulconer's store room. Breckinridge thinks that a monthly chronicle of family history; it Washington was a candidate to George Senator represent that county in the Houeo of the conference report on thb Judicial will contain records and accounts of the doings of the family, over which, the Burgesses. He received ;U0 voto, or 70 districts will i.ot bo adopted. A league game between the Intel ior bishop as the bend of the household more than were cast for the next highest candidate. It is related that he had to Journals and D.uivilles will be played presides. It is quite a unique aud infoot a bill of election expenses of H)o, here tomorrow, Tuesday, beginning at teresting publication and us it is sent at 26 cents a year, it ought to go into every the chief items of which were a hogs 3 r. M. Episcopal family in Kentucky. A State meeting of representatives a barrel of punch, 35 gallotiB head and The news of the rather sudden of wlno and t gallons of strong cider of the colored Christian church was in and dinner for his friends. If it requir- session here several days last week. TIr death of Rev. W. Y. Shcppard, pastor of ed this extraordinary amount of punch principal subject of deliberation was Trinity church, Dauvillc, was received wine, hard cider and dinner to secure "Tho Uest M inner of Conducting Evan herewith deep .sorrow by those who s knew and loved him for his warm only 310 votes, It becomes an interesting gelistic Work." Mr. Ed Sandifer, who was sunstruck to his fellow man and his thoras to what would have been the question cost of n election in which the people Friday morniiu', is recoveringslowlv, but ough devotio'i to the cause of his Mas life. : of a State or Nation took part. The old will be unable to leave his room for at ter. Frail in body, with disease gnawHUBBLE. elections has least a week. Mrs. J nines P. Holmes, of ing at his vitals, he was ever apparently time custom of treating at fortunately become a thing of the pant Honham, Texa, is vi.iiting her mother, light hearted and happy and neither William Hubble sold some COOdb, WALL Back in tho forties candidates for the Mrs. A.g. Robertson, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. storms nor sickness prevented him from hogs to 1). X. I'rewitt a few days ago at Legislature in Kentucky opened regular Robert Hnnn, of Denton, Texas, are vis- coming and speaking words of conso- 4 cents. lation to his little tlock at this place. He s at each voting precinct, where iting Danville friends. Dr. ICiunaird presented Daniel East Last Thursday, Ht Junction City, drove up one of the worst days of last freo whisky was dispensed to any and with a tine girl, the first one in tho fami KUhHHBRBHHE3KJ8IHHHHIIHHHIHHHHIHHHIIIHIHHHBHHHB nil comers who were supposed to favor Hardin Heideu, a boy l." years old, was winter to till an appointment nnd this ly, a few days ago. who supplied tho material fooling with a pistol when it went oil',' paper took occasion to sav at the time the candidate Wheat about all harvested here and of war. Open bowls of whisky were tho ball, a 32 calibio, entering the face of that Bio. Shcppard will certainly wear is tho best we have had for some years, the crown for tho cross he sutlors in stationed on the corners of tho streets a two year old child of Mr. Hurt, with the exception of some smut in a ' ftml water with Ice, mint nnd tin cup- blind man. Th ball entered just below this life to do what ho feels to bo his du-t- few crops. richt eye and taking n rattier down- - ty. lleoften said that he was happier made ready for every passer by. Dr. Steele II tiley was hero laEt Sattho country at ward 0011 rse, cninu out at tho upper part in tho work of trying to save souls tlmn were prepated in urday nnd oxninined borne of Mr. ttu enndidates addressed their of the neck. Tli physicians and every- - he was when the posiessor of hundreds applicants for life insurance. hungry and thirsty fellow citizens, each bolmdy whosiw tho child supposed it of thousands of dollars nnd that he Among them were S. Duuhar and 131 iTVs, XViaxWOvvvSaVi rV ? ilT proclaiming to tho heat of his ability Ids would die in a short time, but strange to w'ould not for worlds have his money Miller. peculiar fitness for otlke; after which say it tecuverod from the shock and is biiek if lU return meant his return to Joe Hice lias returned home from for of the world. littlo tho change now walking about apparently th.e who wore destitute ofdinner were disturbed by the wound, which but iienh the beggarly elements of the writer's where he has been attending school. Dr. is During the long illness necessary to pay for their Ciutorla carve Colic, Constipation, Carpentor lias been called to see Rich- orla Is so well adaptod to children that iug rapidly. devoted wife, ho was up many times to Sour Stomach, Dlarrhrca. Eructation, partake of the same at tho invited to I recommend It as superior to any prescripUon girl, who has been Kills Worms, ghe bleep, and promotes diMr. St. Cieorge II. Smith, n well see her and when her dear eyes closed ard Withers' little Vnow n to mo " It. A. Ancntn, M. D., of the one for whom he was exgestion, very ill of fever for a lew days, but is Without injurious medication. 111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N, Y, c pected to cas his vote. It is evident kuuAti journeyman tailor, tins quit his in deitli ho was among the first to oiler thought to be some better now. Tub Centaur Cokpant, T7 Murray Street, N. Y that enting and drinking entered largely Undo and taken employment with tho sympathy and point to the Healer of Misses Sue Woods and Annie s Cycle Cimp.iny, of Lexing- the t .ruble wounds. Peace to his memcandidate into every canvass and the Kngleinan visited relatives here K.: - yrfc il In an Kntdishman aud ory. He died in the harness, working who ignored such persuasive arguments ton. Mr. Smith last week nnd made the young men was more than likely to bo left in the a ory sprightly man, wbo totally lost for the Mister ho loved so well and now smile to meet them, Mrs. Susan Mene-rear on election day. Another feature his hearing several years ngo. Miss An with the loved ones, who had gone be- f'c, w ho hns been on the puny list for a A. C. SINE J N. MENEFEI election was that it last- nil Spears, of tlie Fulton, M) , I). & I). fore, wearh the crown of eternal life. of an Tho .Misses few days, is on foot again. ed three days. This enabled tho voter Institute, is spending her vacation with May his faithful wife and children tlud Adam;:, of Hustonville, are visiting who was fond of excitement and enjoyed friends in DanvillH and lloyle county. the comfort and consolation in this that friends in this community. Drs. Bro- Mr. Uice Cowan lias returned from Har- is promised to them that lovo the Lord u social glass to get three times as much nnugh nnd I'cyton think that Mrs. W. Our Dinvillo correspondent supplies the election ns under tho present vard .Medical Medical Cnlhge, of out of an H. Underwood will he up soon ho Ims been attending lec- details of his life and death. where mode whore it is confined to a single long illness during which her Mr A. K. day. Many an old rooster would conin tures since lust September. thegeneralass"embLy. friends have tnised her so much. imbibing and voting, Uibhons has been appointed common to town and after Swinebroad expects to so into tho sheep in place of C. X. Smith, The bill tlxing the governor's would continue his potations for the en- school trustee trade very extensively soon, having sev regardless of the solici resigned. at ;ti 500, without any perquisites be- eral huudred bought in Tennessee al - ' Rouh and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Brackets tile three days Kav. V. Y.Sheppird, rector of Tiin yond a house to live in, is a sptcinl order in tudo that might exist in his family ity church, died at his residence on for Wednesday and ought to be made ready. Mis Sue Gcntiy was called to and Verandah Work. country at his extraordinary tho Hflrrodsbnrjr last week to attend her sick glvlm: us it reason for his bo doing Third street, Friday evening lit 0 o'clock the law. sister. r from the ell'ects of a sunstroke received fThe honors wero easy in tho House tho fact that ho desired to know tho The court of appeals reversed the at Lexington several duvs before. De- yesterday, thero being 50 members presThe best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. inal result before returning to his homo been impossible for one ceased was horn in Richmond, Ya., and ent and 50 absent. to judgment of tho Knox circuit court senBusiness seems It would have - - Baker, for life, for tho Ofllcc was about 45 years old. lie wan educa of these old coons to have given a have progressed quite well, however, tencing Elliott anxiety to ted at the Virginia Militaiy Institute. considering the intense heat nnd the murder of his uncle. reason for his wonderful During the war he served in the Conknow tho outcome of an election for the absence of n quorum. Frankfort Capiwas nothing in his federate armv. Afterwards he taught tal Legislature as thero surround-iugs- , school. While living at Alhun,iirnaue, READY business relations, his social lion. Ed. Parker, who it has been he entered the ministry and for reported, will resign his seat in the his earthly welfare and happior church in that State Sennto immediately and then go time had charge of ,i r.'.-ness that had tho remotest connection P.0YAL a V city. His lirst chiirgo in Kentucky was to the Pacific slope; writes us that tho tho question of whether John with Richmond. From there, about two report is n mistake and that he will Smith or Tom Jones wa tho successful at while the political years ago, hi came to Danville and dur- servo his full term out Uarboiirville Hei- THE BEST Hut candidate. is ing tho greater part of his ioidence hero ald. methods havo homewhat changed, it -- The Legislature has been in session possible that tho world is no better- for has also been pastor ol tho church at change. If t reached through the Harrodshitrg. He has hi this time or- 178 ilas, Iihs passed one important bill tho inganized congregations at Somerset and and has cost, in round numbers, nbout appetite, arguments that are utterly tireless and SilXUXH) Three more important bills sound mor.dity are lined oth r places mid has ie. consistent with ballot and men who stand zealous worker in his chosen ailhtm. Ho rem du to he passed nnd at tho same to corrupt tho was of a ciieerful, Iiipiw l'S,initlou and rte it will take till next June to pass high in church and State do not Cheapest The i endorse whatever is necessary to a until whom p ujil- li e me more thuy tti to or other- know him Two d'iU.ihteis and a son A VV. Hillings, of ChiC'g, oilers to bucccss, whether commendable nnd his wife survive him I'he renuiiis wise. S'.'O.O " that Cleveland will bo more space than any Taint mixi LION PAINT will cover one-hal- f wero Ukeu to Richmond, Va., Saturday, waiter el. ried aud that .10 will carry New York, ed by hand and is guaranteed to give satisfaction. Accept no substicaused the Galena for burial A heavy rainfall iscousiu. Mr. Billings A Cream of Tarter Balm? Powder Highest ol tute. Hiiini" and III. The Good Agents wanted. Manufactured by river to rise and flood Galena, v ry artistically hit- - 1. gnphed Senator Quay td put up ill in leavening strength Latett United Staiei Jacob llarv y in of every business house LION PAINT & COLOR WORKS, LEXINGTON, KY., Food lteport. Government lowdr iloor m th U u pern en'uiry fur Hi. JIllOOOhooiTored to bet on Harris-m- i ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO, city was flooded and two bridges execmed the A. R. Penny, Druggist, Agent, Stanford, Ky. 106 Wall ltreet, New York. tho murder of a woman. f. niUnr Quay now has tho floor. wero washed away. , in tho ring. Hake Walker, of Kirks-Mrs. J H. villo, was in town Sunday, Woodcock and Mn, Will, of Danville TeSi i fm- -1 r v Rev. P. A. Sow ell, of Danville, will preach at the Methodist church next Sunday. Brooklyn celebrated the 70th anniversary of Heecher's birth by unveiling a bronze statute of him in City Hall Park. The Elizabethtown Baptist church is the oldest Haptist church between the Rocky and the Allegehany mounUdns. It was organized June IS, 17S1, making years old. The Somerset Reporter's railroad correspondent sas that the railroad men there paid Rev. Geo. O. Humes' expenses while there nnd gave him a purse of 1100 when lie left. The Rev. George W. Dennis, pastor of the Methodist Church South, Louisville, was run over by a passenger train ntChcLtnut and 14th street and received injuries that may prove fatal. Tho union service next Sunday night will beheld at the Methodistchurch, Rev Hen Helm preaching the sermon. The singers of town are asked to meet at the Methodist church, Thursday night, for choir practice. The sermon of Mr. Joe Severance, Jr., nt McCormack's, Sunday, is much complimented. That he has chosen the ministry for his life work is a source of great gratification to his mother,, who has striven sb hard and succeeded ns well in raising her children in the nurture and admonition of the Lord as any we know till of. heart-edues- It is just too hot for either air or news to stir nnd it is too hot to hunt for news. MY ENTIRE STOCK AT Dr. I. S Burdett, of Hrodhead, has been at Geo. A. I'rewitt's for govern! days. John T. Brown has resumed his old blacksmith etand on Hustonville street. Those needing adjusted Watches can get the following movements According to reports of Dr. O. II. at prices stated: B. W. Raymond's Si 6; No. 50 Elgin $20; No. S6 McRoberts, there is much sicknefs preC. Duber $14, Hampden; John C. Duber special vailing in this section, mostly of a ma-- 1 Elgin S20; John All work neatly larial nature. Mrs. Kato Myers is re- $17, Hampden. Other movements in proportion. ROBT. FENZEL. ported on the mend. Mrs. Mattie Mc-- i and promptly done. Call and sec mc. Reberts, reported better iii our last, has been very sjck this week and confined to her bed. Robert E Tarrant, aged 11 years, having very irregular teeth, being over-- , lapped, crowded nnd out of line, after .Our stock of. being under dental surgery hete for more than three weeks, returned home, near .Mt. salem, with his incisors, mo-lars aud grinders muci improved, but. somewhat feeble from the prevailing' malarial troubles. .We have.. Notwithstanding the disagreeable weather cupid is always busy. On last Wednesday morning n young Mr. Wet-tigton nnd a Miss Clemens, from the Catholic neighborhood on Casey's Creek, passed through here en route to take the train at Yosemite, but on reaching there In plain, plaited, puff and neglige. The best stock of Summer Unwere behind time. P. II. Taylor, howderwear in town. Scriven's Elastic Seam Drawers are the best. ever, furnished them a vehicle to nnd here again they were behind the passenger train') time. But love laughs at other obstacles besides locksmiths, fo they mounted the first freight train that parsed and proCollars, Cuffs and Half Hose. We have added a line of ceeded to tho first Gretna Green beyond the borders in Tennessee, where everything is presumed to have been fixed up legally and right, accoiding to the statBut misutes of our 6ister State. never conn s singly. On reach- All new and the latest styles. Remember that Thomas Emmerson's fortunes ing McKinney ou their return, they Sons' Shoes are the best. missed other conveyances and were compelled to take passage on the Liber&c ty hack, which was muchly loaded with goods boxes, so there was only room on the front seat for the bride with the need driver and his little grand son, and ftscxv the groom was compelled to take a cramped position in the rear. But the 0 groom could not stand this short separation long. After riding about half a mile, by muttiil consnt they dismounted and took it nfoot the rest of tho way to Yosemite, band in hand, as all true Has a Complete Stock of lovers should travel, throughout the long, tedious an I wearisome journey of NOW IS YOUR CHANCE. REDUCED RATES -' i I YOU SHOULD SEE .... ...... . Gents' Furnishing Goods. n EVERYTHIN G IN SHIRTS, Mc-Kicn- ElEGKET LIRE RECKWEER, SBVERAlsrOB 3KS, SOIsT. W.B.jScRDBERTS, Druggist and Jeweler, DRUGS, BOOKS, PAINTS, PAPER, bar-room- 11 - hu Bir-becu- Kast-laud- 's i i - ' vMMiKVvxS. Infants and Children. ! j ex-pen- "Ct Bro-nau-gh llliie-Gras- "- 1 old-tim- e SINE & Itas-to- u, DEALBES IiT MENEFEE. MB rASESH, DOORS wovE-is- BLINDS. e, vi7ih,.b a.ite) SIAT FEUOH. Stanford, Ky. suu-elb- lo and Yard Depot Street, New-Mexic- 11 y - . mm 11 TfllPN ,zi Paint " MADE. IS Best is the heal-tat- e fMMiUmwMm 111 POWDER Absolutely Pure 1 f . vV, S&'rt'Z XT5 In the Inst election Grover Cleveland I A DJ8rATCH to the Cincinnati Com V. O.'i received 5.33S.233 votes to Mr. Harri mercial Gazette s.ivs that Col. Bradley mntle one of the "most powerful son's 5,440,210 and yet the latter was and unanswerable speeches over listen under the electoral vote system, declared Stanford, Kv., - - June 28. 1892 ed to in Lexington at the ratification electe 1. There are more democrats now Among the than in 1SS3 ami when over aevan mil meeting Friday night." things thnt ho took his flights of oratory lions of them sav in November that Mr. W. from were Harrison's administration, a Cleveland is their choice, he will be interrific arraignment of the democratic augurated on the 4th of March, 1893. party, which he charged with supprees- Ir there was any deal by which Gray iug the colored vote of the South, there- was to have second ulaco on Iho ticket, We to . On Fridays. by making a force bill necessary, and Tammany is lelicilating itself on knock' the separate coach bill lately enacted by ing it out. That organization is thereThe presidential ticket nominated at the Kentucky Legislature. As a friend fore pretty well satisfied with the result Chicago seems to give universal satisfac and an admirer we warn the colonel aud its leaders pledge undivided suption. Everybody wus and is for the foro against the advocacy of the Force bill, port toCleve and Steve. ' sword that will cut him end and the more that is heard of the It is a to do we Qi'AV has offered to bet 510,000 tlyit hind end the better it is liked. Gen. in twain if he keeps at it. The demo- tevenson was born in Christian county, tcratic press of Kentucky is exceedingly Harrison will bo elected, with no ono to Ky.. Oct. 23, 1835, and is a first cousin of kind to Col. Bradley, but as much as it cover it yet. But it will get covered and our own Jim McKenzie. He is n gradu- loves him, his Force bill advocacy is don't you worry. Betting is said to be the fool's argument; if so Quay is as big more than it can stand. ate of Centro College and lives at a fool ns he has been proven to be n 111., where he enjoys not only is the love and confidence of the people, This the tariff plank adopted by the knave. week National convention in lieu of the stradbut a largo and lucrative law practice. A l'EiuoniCAii to be known as Fetters Although the district is overwhelmingly dle offered by the committee. It was Southern and edited by that republican, he has represented it twice written and carried by the zeal nnd elo- graceful writer, Judge J. Soulo Smith, quence of Larry Neal, of Ohio, though in Congress, the last time in 1S7S. Ho Henry Watterson, who ina'de a short will begin at Louisville in July. That was Mr. Cleveland's first assistant postit will be a good one goes without saymaster general and during his term put speech for it, is given all the credit. It ing and its success ought to bo equally is n mighty good one, all the same: 40,000 democrats into office. He is a "We denounce the republican protec- assured. the Jasksonian theory firm believer in . , 7 . . ? 7 a ..71 i inNEWSY NOTES. that to the victors belong the spoils and tion as fraud the labor of the great cocpr, tuu,L $1U. .. 1J majority of the American people for the . . I the bovs in the trenches will lovo him 1 r. 4 71,. -- (if I Tir.l.TQ 717 nil O OIOtlHI-)1Henry George says Cleveland will , .) . ,.uv.v y u.ytfvwt-M.- t o Jlno tt ooi loo j. uv co ujt.1,0 to benefit of the few. We declare it to be none tho less for that. On his return sweep tho country on the tariff plank of auuna ou u, 00 Bloomington, after tho convention, he a fundamental principle of the demo5c such a demonstration cratic party that the Federal government the democratic platform. was received with ,., Unnatural love for one of her own Calir.n no. nm.vrl if)n 50: by his neighbors and friends, regardless has no constitutional power to impose sex caused Mollie Williams to commit Vests S 50; 30; of party affiliation, as is seldom witness- and collect tariff duties except for the suicide by jumping into 7 50 the river at Lougood ed, and to which ho responded in grate- purpose of revenue only, and we de- isville. ful and becoming words. It is said by mand that the collection of' such taxes During a whirlwind off Half Moon boys. those who profess to know that he will shall be limited to the necessities of the Cave, Honduras, the schooner Uiug If he does, Cleveland government when honestly and economcarry Illinois. Dove was sunk and nitio of her urew willdo the rest and the ticket will bo ically administered." were drowuel. elected in a grand and. trlorious triumph. . Your Uncle Allan G. Thurman, who Knott says Cleveland will The democracy has a winning ticket, a went down with Cleveland in 1SSS, says carry New York by a bigger majority only remains winning platform and it he does not think there was ever a pres- than he or any other democrat ever re- HATS. XKCKWKAR. for every man to see to it that the ques- idential candidate nominated in this ceived there before. Bize of tho majority will be tion of the country that was 3J completely the The Chicago has received the only one at the close of the polls in choice of the people as Mr. Cleveland is lour of tlie new electrical stamping ma A State convention of the Nevada November. now. He is sure of victory, but he does chines. Each machine w ill stamp 2S,. Silver League decided to send delegates T j ) ," Y "7T "T "f T "T" . A 1 I I I M by not disguise the fact that Benjamin is 000 letters nn hour. to the People's convention at Omaha. smelling committee appointed The -V --1- J Gold ordered for shipment Saturdlay! -- Gen. Kppa Hunton, Virginia's now V.J I . "who writ that not an easy man to beat. It is going to the House to find out (Late Alexander's Hotel.) piece," reported Saturday that it had be a battle of giants, n campaign in from New York to Europe makes the to Senator, rose in four years from tho Conand for the ' federate ranks to a Major Generalship. TM0 ROUGH &Y : HrENOV.AZED do so, but recommends which arguments and reasons will take tal for the week ' AND not been able to TMPnnVV ' " place of criminations and recrimina-- King Sims, tho negro murderer of lat two weeks , that the Louisville Times be denied the the 7 1 er Day. Kates 32.50 There was a landslide at Monte Sas- - Edward Brandon, a planter, whom he courtesy of having a representative on tions. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-- ouse so, Italy, on the Bologna and Florence robbed for money to pay his mistreeB' which flo.)bee una of thd publication Si'eakixc of Col. W. O. Bradley" railroad and at lust reports V0 bodies had tine, was hung at Waco, Texas Next Ky. invidious comparisons. mad loss of a SoOO diamond pin at Minnenp been taken from Col. Dan Rice, the veteran show- the debris. as the day to con-- si A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, Thursday was fixed W. R. LOGAX, olis the Richmond Register says: "It Edward J. Ryan, of the United man, offers to bet 3,000 acres of Tonnes- f J. J. Marshall, clerks. W the report, when all the jackasses, W.19 bad enough to be robbed on the inManager. States Express Company at Washington, see land that is worth $260,000 against! little and big, are expected to bray to side of the convention of that nominathas disappeared with 570,000 of the $100,000 that Cleveland will carry New ' their hearts' content. Meanwhile nei- ing speech, but to be robbed on ttie outYork and be elected president. ther George Willis nor tho paper is los- side by some light fingered republican company's money in bank notes. Whitelaw Reid is the second cindi-wa- s At Frankfort, Jchn Daley, aged IS, matter, as this ing much (deep over the shot by a gun trap while attempting, dato on tho republican sido for vice-t- o frolntbo latter shows: The place of who was "out for the stud1' at the convention is entirely too bad. We sympabreak in Fincel Bros.' butcher shop predont, who, prior to his nomination, honor aud public service for The Times thize with tho "General" and really Filty pairs Ladies' Custom Made out- and he died in less than nn hour. had never been a candidate for an elec- House is up a tree on the in that think bis loss should bo made good out Near Minuington two sons of John tivo office. Chester A. Arthur was the side with a whole ki'u oi DricKuais in of the Administration expanse fund." T. Hayes were shot by a man named first. its hat, bombarding the money changers The Rocky Mountain No we, of DenNorris, from Illinois. Ono was killed Pharisees and the aud The New York World wiid before the ver, declines to xupport Clevelaud, givrs day. hypocrites, the cheese-parerconvention and still sticks to it that Mr. instantly and the other died next ing as a reason that he opposes free coin- Broken sizes, all of the best makes, reduced from who Cleveland would Talton Hall, the Virginia desperado, 53.50 per pair to gper aud get more votes in that age of silver. This is about tho only Si. 7S. possession of the temple of State than any other candidate for the who claims to have killed 20 men, has way the It. M. News would have ever have taken Sateens reduced from per yard to iOc;Dress Chnmbiay the people and will never give it up presidency. The true blue never go been refused a new trial by the court of been heard of. from 15c yard to icc.s Cotton Serge from i6Yxc yard appeals and the death sentence will be force. until they are driven out by back on a nominee while the independAt Harrisburg, Pa., the second sec- to IOC. inflicted. ent voters and the tariff reform republiof tho Pennsylvania road's western eaTThcsc goods must go in the next 30 days, so call at once and The Kentucky delegation voted as fol- cans will be solid for him. The The E. T., V. Jk G. and the roads it tion World Ten secure your share of the bargains. express ran into the first section. president: For Cleveland-Ow-e- ns, lows for controls, including the Louisville South is the paper of the people and is more persons were killed and 10 aro reported McKenzie, Costleman, Moss, WalkRenearly in touch with the public senti- ern, has been placeu in the hands of injured. It was the operator's fault and er, Meacham, Miller, Helm, Beard, ment than any of the New York pub- ceivers Henry Fink and Charles he has been jailed. SulliBronston, Lindsay, Khodes, The Norfolk & Western announces Waddell and Rob- lications. van, Sharp, Northup, At Shelbyville, Tenn., Will Bates that it will transport all exhibits for agBoieB Watterson and inson 18. For When a resolution was presented in has been arrested, charged with murderRhea 2. For Carlisle Haldeman, Ab- the House pledging Kentucky's electoral ing his wife, whom he claims to have ricultural fairs in Virginia at full rates rahams, Terrell, Harrison, Salyer and vote to Grover Cleveland, Col. John S. found dead on his farm. He is likely to going and free returning. If the ownership remains the same the entire freight Denham 0. The people will remember May, who was presiding, declared it out be lynched. they come of order and adjourned tho body before A Sweed has arrived in New York charges will be refunded. this recalcitrant eight when It is feared in New York that the nee to it ourto judgment. We shall un appeal could be taken. The colonel's who is 74 feet high, weighs :'00 pounds, Portugese steamship Vega, from Lisbon, j Denham does not have selves that Green democratic wife ought to wears a No. 11 hat and is only pj years During the year 1S92 I shall keep constantly on any pie for four years for disobeying our give him a curtain lecture or take him old. His name N Anders GubUv An- and the British ship, Fred II. Taylor, from Havre, both bound for New York, hand a full and complete stock of express ordem as to his vote. derson Harburg. into the woodshed for such action. Miss Bettie Montgomery, of a res- collided at sea and were lost, together The bird's eyo view tint one gets of Tue next National convention to be pectable Washington county family with about 000 persons on board tho Midway asaC. & O. train flies through held is the prohibition. It will convent jumped out of the Gait House window two vessels it, wo lid hardly seem to warrant the Congressman John It. Fellows, of at Cincinnati Wednesday and tho prob four stories from the ground and broko assertion that a mighty good paper 'ives d 'tooted with a man in New York, a Tammany Hall leader, is heriwck, when ability is that it will hardly be up to and thrives there, but it is tho fact nev- democratic in Louisville. Ho declares that Tammaand republican standard in her room. ertheless. The Blue Grass Clipper is - faiiniis "innko doctor" of ny and the Kings county democracy TinMy stock of numbers and enthusiasm. Gen. Joint ita name and it has recently had to move his death at Ark., will unite with the State organization in met Bidwell, of California, and W. Jenning into larger quarters aud get a large new Demorest, of He attempted to catch a earnest work for the success of tho demNew York, aro the lead- Saturday. cylinder press.jDick Godson aud Joe ing cotton mouth and the serpent struck ocratic ticket. From David B. Hill thro' Is larger and better selected candidates for first place. than ever and I assure my customers of "Williams, the clever editor, will please him twice in the face. Ho died within the list, he Bays, there will be neither a prompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas accept our congratulations and good laggard nor a skulker. The Louisville democrats ratified the two hours. Paltoii " charge. R. PENNY. , wishes for tho blessings th t have been Chicago nomination by a vast open-ai- r Some of our esteemed contemporaGov. Boies lias sent the folloning for those that meeting vouchsafe! to them and telegram to Grover Cleveland: "Ac- ries hayo great difficulty in properly in front of the Satare sure to come. urday night. There were mnny speak- cept hearty congratulations of all Iowa spelling tho first name of the next of tho United States. It is a democrats, and be assured none will bo ers, but In his speech nominating Adlai E. spicuous Hon. Henri Watterson was con- more devoted to you than myself and curious name, but when he was district for hia absence. He is still Stevenson, of Illinois, for skulking in his tent, or pouting like a those I am proud to number among my attorney of the United States, when he Mr. Worthiugton said that Mr. Stevenson was a member of Congress and when h friends in this State." spoiled school-boy- . is too a firm believer in the doctrine that At Saturday bight's democratic rati- was first afcstan t postmaster general his a "Public office is a publictrust," but ho The democratic candidate for vice fication meetings in Indiana the enthu- name was always officially recorded nB Adltu E. Stevenson. added, he also believes that the demo- president, Adlai Ewing Stevenson, is a siasm is said to have eclipsed that of tho Next Thursday evening at Cincinnacrats aro the best trustees. While first native Kentuckian, graduated at Centre years '70 and 'S4. Republicans are de- ti will be a gala night, it being the assistant postmaster general Mr. Steven- College and married a Kentucky wo- claring for Cleveland and there is no dis grand opening o( that city's Tenth Anson showed this by turning out republi- man, a daughter of Rev. L. W. nual Celebration on the Campus, which Green, at affection over the nomination of Steven promises all previous attempts to out-dcans and putting good democrats in their ono time president of that college. Of son for exhibitions. July Fourth, at us Jho could. To tho vic places as fast course he is a good man. Tho republican National committee America's National Holiday, will bo col And vc can show as nice an assortment as tho people have tors belong the spoils is about as applicavesterdav for the se- -' ebrated by a special display of Pain's met in Washim-toAccording to Mr. Watterson's two ble in politics as in war. matmifir-on-t man- fire works, which the lection of a chairman to succeed Clark- - n km a ti Ainim In Iwk tlin nnn(Aot papers, both dailies, that gentleman name the executive commit- - Kran(llsf ;,iaplny PVt,r oirore(1 son and to Even the New York Sun has fallen was the big I and everybody An rai. else the tee wnicn win run uunga gouenwiy our- - ronifH will make special low rates to lin into lino and will support Cleveland, little u at tho Chicago convention. That ing tho campaign. The president wants cinnati. giving as the reason for it that it would may be all right. It is said that unless Clarkson to succeed himself. be better to vote for tho devil himself you blow your own horn, tho same shall THiRD.ANNUAt, EXPIB1T Because ho discovered that tho farm- rather than consent to tho election of not bo blown. All Styles and Colors of hood- -' ers' alliance is "an respectable Benjamin Harrison, with a force bill in his pecket. Mr. Dana's When the people speak even the in- ling annex to the democratic party" GARRARD COUNTY u mu, has made his triguing politicians hoar and tremble. rrauK iucuraui, previous course, however, FAIR Kansas farmers' alliance, has renounced very questionable and it is That's why Grover Cleveland was domocracy d on the first ballot by 20 more than his allegiance to that body and returned opou question whether his hostility an .To be heM Rt.. tho necessary is not better than his support. vote It was to his old lovo tho g. 0. p. learned of his nomiMr. Cleveland a grand triumph for hone sty and goo Home-Spun- s. has been uuggeated that aa Cleve- government. nation at his nuaddo homo at Buzzard's Friday and Saturday land and Stovenson are such long names, Bay, Mas3., having remained up with Jcnoc M. J. Durham, who was heart friends during the night receiving reeach having nine letterd, aud by tho Ho wrote a way tho samo number of Cleveland and and soul for Cleveland, is arranging for porta from the convention Hendricks, who were elected in 1884, a big ratification meeting at Lexington card expressing profound appreciation in Premiums. thaf'Cleve and Steve" bo tho war cry. this week. Local and imported speakers of tho confidence and trust of the party for catalogue to Secretary. it. Hur- will make the welkin ring, and joy will Hundreds of telegrams were sent him Snd There la rhyme aud reason it T. II. IIRIOHT, Pre.Ident be unconfined. JOHN M. FAKRA, Stc'y. during tho day. JJMteo t rah forClevcandStevo. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, F. WALTON. 4 t I SIX PAGES. " That's what our prices are in every department of the bargain store in propose clear out all summer goods and Stanford. two-edge- d Order will sell every article at half price. t-- Bloom-incto- Extra bargains this in our Clothing department. Mag-tzine- , Choice of any Odd Suits in the House at Half Price. worm ti-nn- ir... pair; laaics' hose pair. Men's line JJalbri$$an undershirts all t cut in two, price now ladies' Gauze for ladies' Slippers shoes $1.25. pair; men's Just received campaign hats for men and .v, r. uu'wuoo ouus at $0, Ljqat puir; veuiuoia couars r, Children's Knee ants f pair; j.jkj pair men's Ex-Gov- THE LOUISVILLE STORE. 7T ' UNDERWEAR. " post-offic- e j 1- ' II JLJ J XAJL h r O, I t or- -, Louisville, j J , ' The Bottom Knocked Out dove-swapper- s, s, mileage-grabbe- :tjLofs I5c 36-inch diem-filche- rs, d Lit-ee- y, Me-Ghe- e. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER. fine-lookin- g, xitV fe Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. ToiletArticles Glass, Books, WATCHES, CLOCKS & jswEfciur a. court-hous- e vice-preside- nt t, SPRING CLOTHING ! IS OUR STOCK o COMPLETE vice-preside- nt. out-doo- r n 1 l I - Ever Seen in Stanford. office-holding- , nomi-nate- J STOCK two-thir- ds Cassimeres, Worsteds and Please Examine and Price Them. It LANCASTER, KY - $2,000 M'ROBERTS E2S&3 & HIGGINS. izijmzi Kfetfl.. STWil 'IU3 V , ,il fk Semi-Weekly -- Interior Journal Fiiuit Jajuj at J, B. Foster's. mm J a lis nt Farris it Hardin's. Will Bimcit has secured tho Crab Orchard High School and will begin teaching August 1. James A. Ykaoku lias purchased an interest in tho livery Btablo of I. M. Bruce and nfter July 1 tho firm will bo Bruce Aj Yeager. -- NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 3 THIS IS THE ed. Stanfohd, Ivy., i Thomas' for sale very Jt'NK 28, 1892 cheap by liny Hikes J. N. Mcnufeo. AIT OKDI1TAITCE. At a meeting ol thClty Council held on the th of Juhf, the following ordinance was adopted An ordinance to rerulatc th storing of Gunpowder, Dynamite, Coal Oil, Gasoline and other like cxplotite or combustible subsUnct-within the City of Stnnford it ordained by the City Council ol Stanford, lie Ky., that, fee I, It shall be unlawful fur any prson I" htv or keep on hand nnd More at one place within the City of Stanford more than 50 pounds of other fiowder; more than 5 pound) of dynamite orbarrels substance, more than three of eool oil or mnre than five gallons of tramline or other like combustible stitrttince, provided, however, that larger .itiantitirs of Mid substances may be t and ntxred within the City in Mich places as the city council may upon application made, designate' or permit. Sec II Any person found guilty of violating this ordinance shall be fined not less than $5 nor more than $o fur each offense and each day any person shall keep on hand Mid substances in violation of this ordinance shall Lo and constitute a separate offense. Sec III Thi ordinance shall take effect from and after its pasvive and all ordinances in conflict herewith are iiere'v repealed. D V. VANUEVEER. Mayor. j$ AT WEEK pleasJ C.WA1.TON, MEANS bub, Mannger DUSINESS. V. B. rts'. Mason's jars, quart tin cans nnd seal ing wax at 11. K.rt W. II. Wenren's. noon, second hand, portable engine for salo at Scu Geo. 1). WenreiL A itit Of our first six months business, with which we are more than s Wam. pai'kk and paints nt f Enohaviso beautifully nnd artistically done at A. H. l'onuy s. Hoy your books nnd school supplies of all kinds from A. It. runny. Have your wntcli, clock and Jowotrv repaired nt A. 11. Penny's. All work warranted. Kkmkmiikk that nil silverware, watches. rinH, Ac, bought at A. K. Penny's will bo engraved free of chargis PERSONAL 'POINTS. k & V Wanted cnttlu to pasture. K. II. Jones. J. II. Baiuiimax went over to Loxiug-to- n Sunday. Mb. B. J. 0. Howk spent Sunday with his wtfoin Indianapolis. Mks. M.Sai.inokii, of Louisville, has joined her husband here. Miss Mahy My Kits went down to Lebanon Friday to visit frieuds. Mils. Loi'is Hi'siu.no nnd Miss Klirn Bout are visiting relatives here. Mks. J. B. Owkns and Cnbbell, of are at Mr. J. V. Bout's. MiuJokS. Wkiuiit, tho piarble man of Junction City, was hero yesterday. I). M. Bowman, Jit., of Mercer, Joined his wife at Mr. James IV Bailey's Saturday. Mi'sra Lkk Boiiiiitt and Annie Slbold are visiting Mrs. A. K. Gibbons at Danville. Mus. John S. Hcaiics has gono to Bock Castle Spring to remain ft month or two. Mks. Month: Fox, of Danville, was up Inst week to seo her mother, Mrs. Alice Batighman. Mkttsiw. B.G. KvANsand G. T. Helm, of Danville, attended tho base ball gitno hero Friday. loft Saturday for Mil U. B. Cooi-kCumberland Falls. He joined qulto a party at Huston villi'. Missus Jcvnik and Dovu Caiiwntkii, of 'Viuelu'ter, uruvtsHIng tboir brothers nnd Meters here. II. Luuwit., of Louisville, Is visiting his set'thenri, Miss Klla May Graham, nt the Citley House. Miss Jknnik Coo fit it had one of her fcil badly burned a few days ago by letting concentrated lye fall on it. Ma. J. B I'axto.v spent u fow days at the Keeley Cure; not, however, lor tno reason that people generally go there. Mit. J D. r.Mtao, al .MUlolesuoro, is n man of taste. Ho was down to sue one of our handsomest blondes the othor day. Miss Minmr Elliot, who hns taught niiiHic very successfully in a school in Texas, returned last week to her home nt Kirksville. g, Wk Intended printing the full text of tho platform adopted at Chicago, in this n bargain. w issue, but it is ill long ns tho moral law, and consequently has to go over till n My lino soda wntor npnrntus is now in larger. It is good and will keep. operation. Call nnd gut n gliua of the Tiik friends of Mr. Bobert Harding, best vou ever tasted. A. U. I'unnv. of Danville, are suggesting him as n Dit. L. B. Cook has greatly improved probable nspirant for Congressional honhis residence on Lower Main street by ors two years hence. Whether ho will remodeling it and putting on a fresh coat bo it candidate or not we do not know, of paint. but he is a man of convictions nnd cour-an- d is nlilo nnd clean, nnd will hnve a G. W. Gkntiiv, tho Lincoln colored strong following Jessamine Journal. statesman, was chosen chairman of tho Comuikssman MiCituAKY hns a deterState Executive Committee to light tho mined foe camping upon Ids trail. Mr. separate coach bill. J. (. Montgomery is a candidate for Mks. William Lanhokap, wife of tho Cougress against him on tho prohibition proprietor of the Ottonheim Hotel, fell platform. This is a legulnr biennial from tho barn loft Saturday morning pastime with tho prohibitionists of the and bioko her right arm. Wo hnd Sth district. Courier-JournaHo i.man ,v McCluiu: will run the not heard it here. stage line between Crab Orchard Springs Tub Interior Journals were more forand tho depot They will also havu n tunate in their game with the Corbin livery stable at the Springs. tuam on Saturday than they were with "Happy Jack makes this tho Nicholasvilles on thb day before. Attention. inquiry: Joe Blackburn ! Where is he? They beat tho Corbins and beat them 11) to ". This Wu havo rtad nil tho hotel arrivals from badly, tho score gives them two games to date this yenr, Washington to Ciiicago nnd can't hear n word. Do you reckon "Quinine Jim" but they are credited with only one winning in the League. The game with has killed him? tho Corbins was too soft a snap to make A. T, Nunnkllky has sold to Bice any iuterebting or special features. Our Bongo, of Lancaster, his stage lino be- boyacoulJ have beaten them double as tween this place and Lancaster and many scores, but after they found that will give possession July 1st. Mr. they had the game won they did not try Ben go also has the contract to carry tho to play, but merely killed tho time for mail. at least half of the game. m m l. We thank our friends with a grateful heart and hope in future to more than merit their confidence and patronage. We desire to make this ths most memorable week of all the 25 and shall offer some CHOICE BARGAINS In every department. Our Great sale of this week will be White Goods, Laces, Handkerchiefs, Fans, Parasols and all the thin fabrics in stock. We are overstocked in Neglige Shirts and Mid-Summer kt-fi- ia M TtTTTTGmi pu A.V JW W JL y TOTrflTn hi: fIJ 1J WWiTiWW titkWy Tmrfi -- MONUMENTS Of;alI Them for the Fall trade. Our Spring and Summer Clothing must move at any Unii, Made and Set Up in All Parts of the Country. ' Agents employed. W. ADAMS 19.6m & No. 4 Hroad way, Lexington, Ky SON, Our Summer Shoes must also go. SACRIFICE. Next month we must begin to Now is Xolice to Creditors. All pj'sani hivinu claims against the estate o S. W. Glvens, dfed , are requested to present them to us by the ijth of Auzust next S. W. OIVENS, G. C. G IV ENS, G L. SL'RHEK J0-3- buy for the Fall trade and we desire to see a little ahead. the time to make money tell. Come and see us this week. J. S. HUGHES. -- GO TO- - -- THE A. A. County Warren's "Model Grocery" - FOR - Lincoln . (iitCATtleal of wheat was cut last week and it was n splendid time for it. Much remains uncut, but if the rains are not continued there won't bo any standing by Saturday night. Tho crop is turning out even better than expectA Wk heard h good democrat remark that he did not intend to vote for Grover Cleveland. Several of his surprised auditors wnntetl to know tho reason. "He treats his wife bndly anil I won't vote for any man who docs thnt!" "How uii earth did vou net such an idea in your head?" was asked. "From the l of her. pictuie in the I saw FrankieBho was ns The last time beautiful a woman as my eyes ever rested upon. Now she is ugly, worn and haggard. She must bo treated badly." Will In vain it was explained that tho change in appearance might be the fault of the nrtist, ho would licten tonoexplnnation. So there goes n vote nnd we protest underagainst the handed tactics. If it doesn't want to support Grover let it stand up like n mnn nnd say so. Don't try to beat him by printing such pictures of tho "uncrowned queen of American womanhood." Courier-JournaCourier-Journal's STOCK ed. Tiik new Hotel Glyndou has betin rented to a gentleman from Texns for $1,700 per year. It is hoped toopen tho building on September 1. Tho bar has been runted to Mr. tieorgo D. Wuuther-for- d, of Huston vllle, for $S00. Bich- inoud Begister. specimen of tho Keo-le- y An was here yeatenlay and said to Curo a reporter that he was absolutely cured of drunkcnnetNi by every deslro to drink being taken aw ny The blossom on his nose was fast disappearing and ho looknew creature. ed nnd said he felt like after-takin- g 11 FAIR ASSOCIATION come off Tuesday and Wednesday, -- AT- FRUIT. JARS, JELLY GLASSES, TOPS AND GUMS, SEALING WAX, &C. -- M.g.RUPLEY,-- tmUmmA la Receiving His July 12 6 13 Spring STANFORD. & Summer Goods GKe me call. Goods Warranted and a Perlect Fit Guaranteed. The largo barn on Mr. Klijalt Withers plnce, which is rented by Tom and Bright Mn. A.J. FiutiMind wife will spend a fowdaysatCrnbOrchardand Green Briar ' Springs, where Mr. Karp will catch n number of views for Col. Slaughter. Haydi::; Y. Gnuum, of Shelby City, d son of Capt W. K. Grulilw, has and nhysical examiuation the mental and is now n cadet nt West Point. Mas. M. B. McAusTcn, Mrs. Willis L. Palmer, Orlnndo, Fix, and Mrs. A. K. Hundley, of Danville, are visiting the family of Mr. Bobert MuAlister.Nlch- pn-e- Oiitsvillo Journal. jin Tiik roll ol the conference societies ehowed how indelibly tlie personality of MrH. S. C. Truehenrt U'iinpressed upe on the mission workers. BcMdes a number of societies are named her honor. Nicholasvillo Journal. Bhv. (i:o. O. Haiinks, .Mrs. Barnes, MIsmh Mario and lieorgiu Barnes, Bev. W. 0 B rues, wife nnd baby nnd W. S Ferguson ami mother will spend in Stanford and b guests ut tho Myers House, where their friunds are Invited to call. MibsMaiiuaiiktGuahvm, who lins ns- hinted Miss Liccio Benztey during the season in lier millinery store, returned to her homo in Cincinnati yesterday. Handsome in person and pleasant in manners, sliu hns inado many friends, who hope to see her back in the fall. Niclio-lasvillto-da- y CITY AND VICINITY. Binder twino at J. ville. Warren's. 11. Foster's. Fkuit jars at J. T. Hooker's, Turners . . m Fkuit iars nnd jelly glasses nt A. . The Interior Journals and Dnnvilles play at Danylllo this afternoon. . ., m several Wooils self dump nay for sale cheap. Joo Severance, Jr. rakes I uak Wk now havo a Mock of woven who nnd slat fence mndo of oak pickets. Sine ttMeuofto. r I am ngent for tho Win. Deoring Co.'s twine, tho beet in tho market. J. H. Bnugliman. Tiik L. & N. and Q. & C will sell 1th of July tickets on the 2, 3 nnd 4, good to return until tho 7th, at U farea for tho round trip. Boun, to the wife of John Payne, of Unwlantl. twins, n girl nnd a boy. Mr. Pnyne now hhs nine children and is on ly about 40 years old. m FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Ferrell, burned yesterday morning, with all tho corn, hay, farming utensils, Ac, P. W. Green bought of W. O. Greenbelonging to the brothers. It Is supposing a gray harness gelding for SlSo. ed to be the work of an incendiary, and Tho first ale of new wheat nt as yet there is no clue. Tho total loss Is to be delivered July 20, was 10 cars WX). of Kentucky No. '2 red at 7Sc. A farmer, who takes notice of such In loss than 15 minutes after Adlai K. si things, tells us that lie counted 55 fields Stevenson was nominated fur of corn on tho piko between this place dent I hursday afternoon, whlcn occurred nbout 0 o'clock, ibis paper hnd an and Danville. Come if you want to spend a L. M. Lasley has rented Adam account of it in its regular edition. With nn accommodating telegraph mm like Pence's track nnd will, on July 1, go regcouple of days pleasantly. Mr. V. L. Olitlbrd, all things are possible ularly into the breaking and training businofs, in which ho is expert. to the Ihtkiiiok Joi'hnau Tiio American Derby, worth nbout Moue tlinn a million gallons of water $17,000 to tho firtt horse, was won at were pumped out ol the water works Washington Park, Chicago, Saturday, spiings, Friday, niul tho supply wns nev- by Carlsbad, with Znldlyar, bccoikI and er exhausted. As tho railroad will re- Cicero third. Carlsbad is a Kentucky quire but (10,000 gallons n day nnd the colt. town cannot life more than that much, .And a. M. F. Klkin bought of Mr. Hunt, a it will be sten that wo have writer bunch of shouts, at 4c; of J. II. MoAlis-t- er enough to sipply any and all factories a fat cow for ?!0, also ono ol Charles that irav lomtehere. Dawes at '2 and a bunch of fat ewes at cow Si.ni'k tin tlog Inw went into efl'eet :c. Ho told to A.C. Martiu n milk Mnrshnl Newlnud has found 17 dogs for $:w. Mr. James K. Helm has gathered which were not registered and tho cons this year ovir I'.COO bushels of sequence is Stanford has 17 canines less. soed. A. T. Nuuneliey has also There are several other dogs, he tells us, ruling he will send to tho "happy hunting stripped aoout 500 bushels. Tho thnt in tho bud nt present is 25 Of stock should and will make a grounds" if their owners uro not moro price for it particular nbout keeping collars nnd cents, but both parties nro holding for drawing card. Remember the day moro money. registry numbers on them. s -- Seventy-six 1,500 cattle and date. Tiik Lady of Lyons will bo presented wero shipped over tho Louisvillo SouthBooth and Amusement Privileby tho Home Literary nnd Drnmntiu ern railroad from Tyrone to tho Eastern Turnersville, Thursday night, markets. Tuesday. Tho train was In ges lor sale. When writing for Club at 110. The young people havo been re- three bcctiouB nnd passed through Lexsame please state kind of amusehearsing for eomu time nnd under Mrs. ington to Cincinnati. This is probnbly J. F. Clover's directions havo nearly tho biggest shipment of cattle over mndo ment expected to be run. perfected themselves. If will do you from Kentucky. G. M. Givkns, President. good to bo there. Secure reserved seats Lanc.istku Coi'KT. Yesterday was nt John S. Hughes' store nnd tnko your nbout tho dullest court ever seen in LanE. C. Walton, Secretary. caster. Probably 50 cattle wero on the Kirl. market, but only a few wero sold. Prices ..TAKE THE. Oim namesakes, tho Interior Journals, ranged from 1 J to 21 for butcher cattle, 2 ng.tin fell before tho enemy Friday "i fnr fill pattlo. Four hor&eB wero sold when thoy wero defeated 10 to publicly at from $22 to $39.00.. The crowd 4 by tho Nicholauvilles. It was not a was exceedingly small. brilliant gtine on either side, nnd the Stanford is raising htock subscripvG)LL?u) s vim Htw Auburn Chicago Ri 10- Nicholasvillt's won, not by their good tions for n fair company nnd will likely playing, but tho bad playing of our namo July 12 nnd 13 as tho dates. Our camo 10 bat boyB. The visiting Lincoln countv friends ought to bo nblo first and inado three runs, which comto mnko a good fair. Thoy havo tho LINE TO pletely rattled our boys ami from tho efstock nnd a splendid country around fects of which they never rallied, Our them as important factors is a successful battery, consisting of Holoran and Reyexhibition. Ky. Homestead. AnJ nolds, did good work, but were not well supported and another defeat was adMATRIMONIAL JWATTERS. POINTS ded to their already long list. Tho visnnd Miss Bel-l- a CurtiB Burnam Humo .Anil., iting team had Conover and Keman, Harbor are to marry at Hlchmoud who did fairly good work. Tho boys on ITOB'm-WJEST- o both sides maintained their reputation July fl. Tho report of tho engagement of of beingjrdorly autl j;ood natured and Finest and best there was nothing done to cailse oven Mis Mattio Thompson, of Harrodsburg, and Parlor Cars onVcsttbulod Uuflet Sleeping Cart all trains. the 8llghest hard feelings Mr. E. V. to Mr. W. L. Davis, of Now York, which No change of can, best accommodations, quick. time and lowest rates. Smith umpired and while no ono doubts tho CouriorJournal reprinted from tho estFor Information address York Morning Advertiser, is his sincerity in tho decisions ho inado, Now IAS. DARKER, G P. A Chicago. W. G. CKUSH, D. I A.. Louisville. denied. somoof them were considerably rank. Cin-nat- i, vice-pre- FKUIT JAMQ9 1 i a JELLY GLASSES, Tops, Rubbers, Sealing Wax, Liberal Premiams Tin Cans and Preserving Kettles -- 1 At- FARRIS & HARDIN'S. EAS1YABL1II! AT- - Shady s, 3 Pine Music UmM B.K. &W.H.Wearen's. Garden Tools, Rakes, Hoes, Spades, Shovels, Traces, Collars, Pads, JLames, Leonard Refriger-- I ators, While Mountain Freezers, Water Coolers, JllC. blue-gras- Grand Display car-load- Now Is the Time to Buy Mason, Lightning and Wire Top Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, Tin Cans, Sealing1 Wax V3 Porcelain and Brass Preserving Ketties; Refrigerators, Water Coolers, White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers, Fly Paper and Fly Traps. Wire Cloth Spring Hinges and Corner Irons. Grind Stones, Scythe Stones, Grass and Weed Hooks, Blades and Snaths. Full line of Cakes, Candies and Fruits. Prices to suit the times. MoKXDT2TE"2" BROS. to-u- THE WORLD'S" FAIR KIN0A&G9 Do You Need a Wagon ? WJGSST CALL AT J. B. FOSTER'S And examine the Studebaker. Car-loa- d just received. ,..-- - iW m 'f -- f;j i jft. Jr.. "su . On -- ygi Semi-Week- ly Interior Journai A NAME IN THE SAND. nv GEO D. rRKMTtCE. Published Every Tuesday and Friday AT $2 PKK YKA.U. ire VDVANCK. not so paid S2.50 will lie charged.-- S K.u. ' LOCAL TIME CARD. 7:00 a. m., From Dear Kate's Scrap-BooAlone I svalaed the ocean strand, A pearly shell was iu my hand; I stopped and wrote upon the sand My name, the year and day. As onward from the spot 1 passed Onellngetlng took behind I oast A wave came rolling high and fast, And washed my lines away. ijulckly be And somethouglit With ex cry mart; on earth trom me ; A wave of dark oblivion's sea Will sweep across the place Where 1 have trod the sandy shore Of time, and be to me no more ; Of me, my day, the name I bete, To leave no track or trace. And vet with lllm who counts the sands. And holds the water In His hand, I know a latlng record stanJs Inscribed against my name, Of all this mortal part has wrought, Ot all this thinking soul has thought. And from thee fleeting moments caught, For glory or for shame. Just at sure at hot weather comet there will be more or lest bowel complaint in this vicinity Kv ery person and especially families ougnt to have some reliable meeicine at hand for instant ue, In case it it needed. A 2$ or Co cent bottle of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Dtarrhrea Keincdv Is Just what you ought to havo and all that you would need, even for the most severe and dangerous cases. It is the best, the mewt reliable and most successful treatment known and it pleasant to take. For sale by Dr. M L. Bourne, Druggist and Optician, Stanford, Ky. HANKS THE JEWELER, McRobcrts' Drug Store, Stanford, Kentucky. Articles to Suit the Most Fastidi ous. A complete line 01 ICE! ICE ti-t- 1 1 II. T. NOEL It a Candidate for Circuit Judge In the nth t. subject to the action of the democratic party Dlt-trlc- Rowland at one cent per pound ur sixty cents per hundred All accounts due last 01 esnen, week. J AM UN P HUMS', f Stanford, Ky. Of Lincoln, Is I will deliver Ice every morning- In Stanford and M. C. SAUFLEY, jCl A- -- a Candidate for Circuit Judge this judicial di'trlct, subject to tho anion Sfi Bucklln'a Arnica. Snlvo. The best salve in the world lor cuts, bruises tores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin crup tions and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It 11 guaranteed to civv, perfect tatitfactioc, or money refunded. Price 35 cents per box. For sale by A R. Penny, Stantord, Ky. Auditor of tba, Hon. W. V Lucas. says: "I have used Chamberlain's Couch Remedy in my tamlly and have no hesitancy in sajin it is an excellent remedy. I bellevo nil that is clamed for it. Persons a it tod by a cough or cold will find it a friend " There Is no danger from whooping couch when this remedy is freelr given aj and 50 cent bottles for sale by Dr M L. Hournc, Druggist and Optician, Stanford, Ky Kx-Sta- te 111 THE F. RILEY B. .- HOUSE. democracy. t Train i.ave Rowland at returning 3,L&N. 'tlll LOCAL TIME CARD. Watches, Clocks London, RILEY, Proprietor, - Kentucky. - Gov. Jnines IS. ItXcCrcary South.- .......sPm The latter train also carry passengers. on tandard time, Solar The abOTe U calculated time it about ao minutes faster. QUEEN & CRESCENT A-- Mail train going North South Eiprett train" South North Local Freight North - ".5Mm V 1 laopm P I hive moved to my new Hotel and am bettet menarid than ever to accommodate the public Good Livery attached and evety convenience desired. Give me a call. FRANK RILKV. 77 Is n Candidate f..r Congress In the Dth Congres. siotial Dlttrlit of K.enluck.1, subject to t'.ea'lur. of the DemocratK part) J. S. OWSLEY, JR., wm Jewelry And SILVERWARE. Complicated ' J. II. UAUGHMAN, FIRE AND STORM for Comnonwcalth't Attoruc tu1) Ject to the action cf the Demncratk party in any Judicial Ditttict lo which Lincoln county may be attlgncvl. It a Candidate HOUSE AND LOT FOR RENT. I offer lor lent the Houtcand Lot belonging ti the estate of Cap! (ialnes Craig, and noj.ining J .". Owsles.oii Hustoavllle street. tanlora, Ky It ha. eight looms, good well and tictestary outhouses. P M. McROtlKRTS, Agrnt t Slanlord, Ky iS-i- ROUTE. INSURANCE AGENT Representing Train pass Junction City as Fast Snecl.il tjjoam M.il irn o m .New Orleans Limited 3:17 p m.; . Special 8 sop m Illuc-Grass North-bound-- Grass Special 3 so a p. m.; rail .Man 2 41 RHEUMATISM neuralgia, and sciatica can always bo with A successfully treated Ayer's Sarsapariiia euro Uh the persistent use of this medicine. is sure to follow Watch uarauteed to bring jou satisfactory results, or in case of failure, a return of Artistic Engraving a Specialty. vour purchase price. On this safe plan you can buy from our adveitised druggist a liottle of Dr. All goods sold cngrav ed Iree of charge. C. Special : King's New Discovery for Consumption. It s m J Cincinnati Limited a.07 Hi"Yoor patronage respectfully solicited guaranteed to brlnij reliefin evety cate when county. London" v used for any affection of the throat, lungt or chest' such a consumption, inflammation of the lungs, A largo numbwr of our Swiss citi- bronchitis, asthma, whooping cough, croup, etc , per. It is pleasant and agreeable to zens were organized iuto an open lodge etc. safe and can always be relied the taste, Trial upon. fctly will make the present seasonal my place on the bottlet Iree at A. K. i'ennys UruR store. of Knights of Labor, near Pittsburg, Danville pile with the above Shorthorn bull at Sam has proven himself to be a $t far theseamti last Saturday. good breeder and the putilic's attention Is called Morit Wins. John Moore, of whose illnees I We desire to say to our citliens that for years we to him. A D HOOT, Stanford. Ky. ,4t wrote last week, died Friday night. Sev- have been selling Dr King's New Discovery for Consumption. Dr Klnc's New Life l'illt llnck-leu'eral persons from London attended the Arnica Salve and Electric Hitters, and hae never handled remedies that sell as well ur the funeral and burial Sunday. have given such universal satisfaction. We do and we The Knights of Labor, at Pittsburg, not hetitate to guarentee them every time if satisSHKLTON HOVSE, ataud ready to refund the purchase price have boycotted the Mountain Kcho for factory results do not follow their use. 1 hese remedies have won their great popularity purely : : failing to publish the letter printed in 111 their merits A. R. Penny, Druggist Office hours 7 to 9 a in and 3 to p m. your paper a few issues since. The lollowlngitem, clipped from the Ft MadiPittsburg's nine met the London son, Iowa, Democrat, contains information well Roth, ol this worth remembering: kids on their own grounds Friday and city, who mrt with an ''Mr. John few days ago. accident a the game resulted in Pittsburg 13 and spraining and bruising his leg and arm mute se: : verely, was cured e joccut bottle of ChamLondon 11. The Pittsburgers lacked berlain' Pain Halm." This remedy is without an a equal lor Sprains and bruises three wen aud took them from London's place in every household. Forand should have L. ha-imc- . sale by Dr. M Ky Uourne, Druggist and Optician, Stanford, big nine. Itone whlahis A Safe Invostmont Repairs and laurel SAM. Hartford, of Hartford, Conn., Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, Falls Branch Ins. Co. of North America, " Companies. I would be pleased I' wait on my Irtends in this line. Pol. promptly issued. Will Insure against tornaiciet does, wind storms and lightning Lightning clauses attuned without additional charge OiTke at First National Ilank Stantord. All of which are firt-clat- Jellico Ooal Co. s Minertail shippers of the GENUINE 1 Original Jcllieo Coal. Try it. We are Ihe tote agents for Stanford and Rowland OBnt comer el Dept street and railroad crossing 6 s DR. I. E. PROCTOR, J. H. HIITOIT, Dealer in General Merchandise, HIGGINS A WAITS Rowland, Kentucky. Lincoln County Bonds for in Goods told fur cash only It gives me pleasure -:- general that I am doing to state to the public In nicely under the Cash byst.-- and that the people are rapidly catching en to the fact that it i the And Country Pruducc. better system, both lor the buyer and seller. They aid Is ready lo serve alto know that I toll aoodt for about a third lest Has oH'iH-- his stock f the pcopl- - ..( Maniord and v I. miiv He It offertitan my competitors who do credit buslnett spira-Ut- d ing unhnird ..I Bargains and all who want trod that I keep conttanllyon hand a at th lowe.l f Dry Goods, Groceries. Clothassortment sl'le pure, shoukl . al on ing, Hoets, Srwt, Hats and the like Call la and him on Logan Avenue, near Lancaster pike ao daily. emy stock, which it renleauhctl almit Ky. J H. HILTON. RoUnd. Lumber and Shingles. C. X. General -- Hum FOWEkl., Merchandise, g'l gils 57-i- THE STANFORD v I r C. L. McLear, who at present has ...NOTICE TO THE On Monday, July II, 1892, charge of the Jackson Hotel, will take County Court day, the undersigned committee will will euro you. charge of the Laurel House, in the tell publicly in front of the onmliouic door in Stanford, between i and a p rn Catching Building, within 30 days. The When Baby teas nick, wo gave her Castoria. building was illuminated with gas Sat- When she was a Child, she cried for Costorla. I have opened io connection with my Hottl.tbc 18 Lincoln County Bonds W. B. When she became Miss, sho clung; to Castoria. urday night. Of Denomination of $500, 3MC5T3GRS Pittsburg's butcher, Jako Segar, a When tho bad CMllren, she gave them Cutorla. d Due In five years and bearing six per cent .A Swiss, must undoubtedly be three times pav able annually Office South tide Main street, in office recently W K VAHNON, 1 as happy as most people on such occaby Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. vacated Flrst-Clns- s G. II COOl'KU, Com' sions. His wife presented him with J.H PAX! ON. I And offer the tervices of It to the public llrand triplets Friday, the IMtli, two boys and A. S. new vehicles aud fresh blooded horset make my Go a girl; all doing well. However, Friday stable tomparc with 'S3' SURGEON DENTIST. is said to be an unlucky day. The wife In tho Country. Tho I am agent for The Central Kentucky Hedge Office ion I Main meet, over W. B, McRobertt To have )our phetorraphs ta'acn. He keeps up Give me a call. of Jim Higgirs, a few miles east of Drug Store, Stanford. Fence Co. it Lancaster, and offer the servict s of with all the P W GREEN. ProptiMcr. both myself and the Company to the citliens o' London, also presented him with AL BURNS, Mauager Lincoln county. I am very thankful far the liberal patronage received and nape by lair dealing to twins. Farmers in need of a Kd merit a continuance R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. And will give you good satlfactlon. Charley Jones is at home on a visit fence will hud me at the M)crs House in Stamord A J EARP, Stanford. n each County Court day. of a few weeks after many months' abM. W. JOHNSON. DENTIST. sence in Cynthiana, where he is employ- Notice to the Traveling Public. (t moving to the Higgint office, Lancaster street. Nitrous Oxide Gat given for painlett estracting. ed in a drug store. Mr. George W. Bahave had STANFORD, KY., 3 STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ker has bought out the store of J. D. HOUSE Dealer In Pittnan,tnear the depot. Louis Young At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and have one will take Mr. Baker's position in tho loons in connection with Hotel and of the best sa- Foreign and Domestic Fruits, in the State, night; anight M. CRAIG, general store of W. II. Jacksou. W. S. man meets all trains open day DR. In connection with lioute and refurnished, it new i M'his Hotel, renovated Confectioneries, Ac have also one of best Mineral wells in the Homeopathic Physician, fin iiiv chars e and I intend t. c.nduct it t. at t. Jackson has rented a law office and now and for reference the water, call on Mr and Mate Mrs to ' not only maintain its high reputation, but to add Has class InG. W. accommoa-'tiontf- - - KENTUCKY. occupies it iu the Catching block. Mr. gram, Patrick. Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Floyd Dr. read, with him a first like onbaker and ran amStht tolls long list ol friends. Special fine STANFORD, short noti. e Cakes and the Erin, Tenn . A A. Warren, Stanford, ro.uii lur commercial travelers and Mrs T. NV liraum, the dltploy ol samples. Office Hours: 10 to 13 a. m.; to 3 p. m.; 8 to John Pitman, who has been with V. 0. D. E. Proctor, C II Mr and Mr and It. Johnson. Mrs 1". Hamilton, Rowland, i'p. m. Pitman in the drug business here, left New Haven, Jim Cox. Greensburir. Rates it per Office on Lancaster street, opposite A Sunday to take, a lucrative position in dar J. M. Petrey. clerk.W Give me a call Prop. . oSoiy CARRIER, J. tiked. And BILLIARD and POOL Somerset. Mrs. Nancy Thompson and JOSEPH COFFKV jMf daughter, Grace, and a little grand son, RENT. I Aire's Cror of Chicago, are visiting the family of pile, mile from Stanford. W. H Miller "LOCUST GROVE" tfo, Coffey House, Office opposite Mrs. Caroline Thompson. - O About 130 people went from Lon I don to Mt. Vernon, Friday, to attend FOR SALE 19.6m tho St. John's barbecue there and every' Tk. ft...... 1'..m n.t .lrf,.l .ftol in l.inrulll Co.. ' I.atiU, situaone left with the opinion that Mt. Vercomprising 490 acres ol In the corporate limits of Rowland. LICCIE BEAZLEY, MISS ted within two miles ol SWn.otd, the county seal non deserves a better reputation than ,.r t InrrJ,. fronted bv the Shelbv CllV turnpike H I. DARST. Rowland. j and accettlble to the Stanford and Danville turnhas been given it abroad. There was pike. This is one of Ihe best Slotk Faisn in he and Depot Streets, t the largest crowl present that was Corner Main region ami is In a high atate of culii PUBLIC. piirwe vation Abundance of water for all glowing probably ever in the town and not a Kentucky. of Stanford, Soil it fertile and is suitable for the I have made arrangements with G W. Singlehen p tobaico, com aiul wheat in. umi is s single disturbance of any kind. AH received a handsome line of Spring and ton, the Saw Mill man, to furnish the publn. with loi aied so that It can be divided and ti) nae Has lust farms made The improvements arc a Urge and miner Millinery and invites her friends and the praised the hospitality and kindness of! any and all kinds ot lumber, cither at my store in (ommovltoat dw'lhng a convenient stock barn, public generally to till in and get first choice. the people and many of our people Crab Orchard or at the mill. Fencing Plank and of fruit of all kinds, u For trimmed I u the latest style InPosts a specialty. Get my myprues before buyAc the l Hats and Honnets W. A CARSON. II H ION KS, Stanford apply to most artistic hands were so well pleased that they stayed ing I li JfJNHS, Dealer in General Mervhandiae 15 over till next day. If it was not fori Crab Orcliaid, Ky. ON RII.LN, Plneville. .,m your correspondent, James Maret, I could write more of the event than you I51SII, I am Agent for iht Celebrated : Company, would have spnee to publish, but he will Deering: Harvesting AGENT cor-- 1 REAL And offer their Machines to the people of Lincoln do the occasion justice. The said I can supply the families of Stanford and vicincounty. Their Hinders are unexcelled and their respondent, Pat Welsh and others have Reapers and Mowers stand the highest of any in ity wilh home made Ice at (n cts per too pounds, Ky. the market. Also keep all kinds of futures on the thanks of the band boys, the writer left than that amount at one cent tier muiid. and 9IOKELAND, I hand. See me before purchasing. Office at First and many others for tho generous cour- manufactured Ice at 75 centt per dm pouudsor iS sale ot Dealer National Ilank J. H UAUGHMAN, haveuite a number of FARMS lor county. the the above cents lor smaller quantified, ice delivered cvery Stanford, Ky. Iindsin Lincoln vers best II niortilng I call special attention to the John tesies extended. Orders for Cattle. Sheet) and Hocrs Farms are all well improved art.) good I . Has Cured Others DR. PENNY, TRAVELING PUBLIC. Watertight and Ice Co. , Dentist. HOUSE, inter-stan- . Livery Stable, PRICE, to Earp's Art Gallery TO THE FARMERS. Has contracted with responsible nrmilnr lit plintt and will have the lee nad Klectrk PURtscomple-tr.in about sisty dart ; the Water llanl toon af ter In order to place individual contracts in for Water and Electric Light, tbeCompatiy otTrrs the follewiag Necessary water pipes will be laid, connected ! mains at actual ect lor pipe and wurk Klcitrlc wirei put la and neiettary tixlures free .1 charge Tube of best iiuality and guaranteed to give 1 fm ion sail the schedule of adopted tain It frm 1J U ju percent, lower than is usually Klv.a 1 i A .e ed Best Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. Dwelling of v rooms, mie fasKet l.a.h addnUfval romt ... . Lack additional faucet ..... Stores, Banks ami Piisate OmWet, laMct. Balht, pnvaie, one Uueet. attachment t.r sprinkler.. .. btables, private, tww animal . .. F.ach aadlitwil animal... S Latest Improvements, iy j, 1 ou n lie THE 60FFEY HOUSE Far ..... 1 5 . J t 1 j o t . . . 1 THE SIIELTON i&o BMMtnMo I Electric Light Rates. One arc ami three JOSEPH COFFEY,fPro'r. JOHN prrr c. je . . 16 p K.r cfmerctal uses i c. p. incamlrHent lamp . $r rack.' iHantkMeiit light, per mo. 6 jj tl . ' ' .,... ixr .1mo ii .. Far Rsudene p InmindeKeMl Usee kaiuti m . fj ,. ,, ,, .. jj f I .r Fnrii4e .. ,1 1 court-hous- Flrst-Class'.Salo- on 39-'- y S 11 p .. 4th ' ' " ' Fnr each addltiwval For lutlher Isifarmallsm, apply la 11-- " DR. J. A. AMOIT, tt J W IIAVI)KN.Sp'i.4v FOR Stanford, Kentucky. Tot Sale ST CK F A B, M ss FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD KY Twenty Building Lots TO THE Capital Stock-Surplu- s 8200,000 10,500 11 lllue-Gra- Milliner and Dress Maker r.!iie-Gr- . Inlor-matiM- i, To Farmers. ' . ICE iUSTD BEER. WILLIAM II. T. ESTATE Stanford, ttockhwUlett itot, but bv tthethe tti.ck.ao liability lor an amount equal of tkal this Institution arc ircuied by a funii of Sioo.ooo Five aworn statmenlt .fthecondttun of the bank tre made each year to the United States government and lit suets are examined at Mated timet by government agents, thu. ietuini aJiMnooa tnu jverfecl safety to dc post lots. This institution, originally ettablUhed as th Deposit Iltmk of Stanford la then ireti at the National Ilank of Stanfnid in it and as the I'irsl National Rank of tgain Stantord iu 1M1, has had practically an uninterrupted en.lemeof i year It is better supplied new with laciliiie for transacting hutn. prompt ly aud liberally than cvw before In us iug and aenorable career AccuhIs of corporatism firmi and individuals respectfully tolic-te- d. that this it the only National Ilank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank Act depsswiis are secured not only by the capita' Attention of the public invited to the fac lis, fidu-csart- et, Th Directory 111 iS-i- lre-m- er Di'Ly Ai'i'iiKciATKi). Tho Louisville in service Sotittu'rn Hailroml has pliu-etFree Parlor Cnra leaving Louisville daily Yourself to death when vou on always find some- at 7.4oa.m., arriving at Lexington nt thing palatable ami nice at 11:10 a.m. Returning leave Lexington daily at ":'o v. m., arriving at Louisville JESSE D. WEAREN'S, at 7:2o p. m. In addition to tho above keeps fresh from the markets, the gardens the L. S. R. R.. in connection with the Who and orchards Queen & CreBcent Route has put in a through coach leaving Louisville at 4:15 Choice Fruits and Vegetables, p. m., via Jiurgiu, arriving at Junction Candies, Cakes, Crackers, City at S:40 p. m. Returning leave Junction City at 0 a. m , arriving at LouisDrummers Lunch Ilisculti. Graham Wafers. Re- ville at 10:o0 a. m. This equipment has ception Flakes and everything nice and good to been put oil to accomodate the increascat. No stale goods allowed to accumulate. ing travel between tho above bcctions of country and will be a great convenience for the public in addition to being a The best Flour In town. Sweetest Haroa in the source of revenue for the railroad comanywhere ill the market. 1'rlces as LOW than city. Goods delivered Iree of charge. Produce of panies. D03NPT STAjETSrE l X L. Ileer, for Hrowmg C 's Celebrated a J or Solicited. St..ck Cattle and Sheep a specialty. which I am agent. Will furuith in eithe-ke- n bottle. Write for prices, Persons haviniranv oftheal.ove described stock K. 11REMKR, Stanford, Ky for sale or vvishhu to punhane tame, will do well I3tf to call on or addrest me An experience of filttin cart In this business has been of profit to me and I think I can make t profitable 11 Ii to the buyer and eller I' O addris Slsnford, Ky. too OAce at the Myers House. - Piiblio Salo. July 2, On Saturday, I will 1892, POSTED. This n.tlce forewarns hunters, fishermen and others not to tretpvt on our lands without per mission, as all suji will be prosecuted to the lull, est extentof the law. Signed: C. M.SI'OONAMODRE 5S tell at public outcry in Crab Orchard, Ky., the entire STOCK OF GOODS Ilelonglug to Cliadwlck, Railey of A' Co., conIstlag J. THOMAS C. HALL. STEELE IIAILEV. H. NV. G A INKS. K. riRUCE. Dry Goods, Clothing1, Hats, Boots, Shoes, Hardware, Drugs, A lot of Canned Goods, tome Farming Implements Ax Alto u number of accounts. Terms will be made known on day of sale. A.M. I'ELANI). Staple Groceries, And Provisions, I. O. P NEWLAND, Assignee. JAMES GIVKNS. I. S. PHILLIPS. ANTON RENACKER CLARK RKYNOLDS. M. LAt'KOWITZ. T I). NEWLAND. NV. NV. HA VS. O. C. I. VON. FRED BAUMANN all kinds taken In exchange Givo me a call. WWK6.H. JfcSSr. John 15. Castleman, A. G. LaDharo ROYAL Insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL. B ARBEE Commerce & 0 ASTLEM AIS7 MANAGERS, Isaac Pusey Gray, who when clothed in a little brief military authority forced a Kentucky democrat to get down 011 all fours and bleat like a sheep, was very appropriately placed in uoiniiyt-tio- n by a Lamb. a! Louisville Times. a HOTEL AND SALOON AT ROWLAND alt M 1t-- p Refroanlnfr Retreats. Summer dajauru fast approaching and now is tho time that excursionists, uleature-ieekeand sportsmen should fiijuro out a ruuto for their summer vacation. In doing so, the delightfully cool summer ami fishing re.orts located along the Wisconsin Central Lines como vividly lo view, amoiiif which ura lrox Ijko, III , Lake Villa, III., Waukesha, Codar Lake, Neenah, Waupa-c- a Having removed my Marber Snop to the Com Jifield Hettcniut and Ashland. Wis. NVltciin. stu has within Ihe last five yean become the center mercial Hotel, I am of attraction lor more pleasure n'ckers hunters und fishermen than any other fctate In tho Union and to Accommodate Ladies each vl-- lt Hicreo-sethe deairn to again Me the charming landscapes, breathe the balsam fragrance as well as Gentlemen, that is a part m tho invigorating utmosphure, wan-dthrough the colonnades of utatelv pi,eJ and anything they may v dth in nmv line. Cbil- hook thetpeckled beauties with a ham'linado lly. me. also waited on. Call pamphlets containing valuable information, For T S. PAT TV. D. 1. A.. etc, apply to Cnattauooira. Tenn. J AS C. POND, General Paontngcr aud Ticket Agent, Chicago, III. In Commercial Hotel. ni Muck-wanagn, I otter for sale privately mv frame Hotel and Saloon at Rowlaml. which are now rentini? at SAt per mouth It n centrally located and a fine point for business, being at a termnal tolnt on a dim- ion of the L. St V Ithataood well, stable coal house and other necessary outbutldiugs. Adctrets a MRS MARV C. FERRILL, Stanford. IFO R, -- SALE. I CASH for Highest cash market price paid Building, Louisville Prepared Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, &c, at M. K. 3o tyr Agents throughout the South, er VT. A. THIBBLE, Local A?ont, STANFOHD. KY. JESSE1THOMPSON, ELKIjN & CO.. 31' NFOD. KY Kordus ltesd, Linctln caanty ; 'UieM rich lands, running Hi sue from $010500 Acres J.NV. Haydeti, Sunfd; Considering Ihcis locality, thnr richness aad ferS II. Iliuchman, Lincoln,' tility of soil the coiiveiiicuce &f turnoikes and railihey M. J. Milter, Ml. Vernon; roads that bring markets right to our of any other cOaaty in arc cheaper than the S T. Harris Lincoln; m in. 1, ine mate imh nine ' J.,S. Hoeker Sunf.rd; tv nur miles from a dei ot G A. Lackey, Lincoln; 'Ihe Luuiitv is checked with turnpikes r I here is not a public road ea inevery direction T P. Ilill.Stanford. luring the county teat that is not Macadamiied NV. O NVrJeb, Stanford; We hac the Knoxvilln llranch ol the L. A-- N It W. P. Tale, Stanford R. dividing the county from Hint to NV eat and the C. S. R R Irom North lo Muth; the K C. K. R OFFICERS: from ihn nlace to Cincinnati, crossing the C. & O J. Hoeker, Pietident; at Winchester, giving full access to the markets ol John J. McRobertt, Cathicr; the whole world. Resides, we have three large I'Uur Mills in the county that give ua a market A. A McKinncy, Amttant Cathicr. develop for allour erain right at home; and the of the mountain regiotit ot Eastern and ment Kentucky bv uilroadt and the out- let bonth by railroads hat created tuch a demand for all kinds of crealtand provender that weean tcar-elretain enough lor homeconaumptlon, 1 lie people are prosperous, generous aud kind,, OF STANFORD, KV., There believing in Christianity and education. a neighborhood in the county but has a It now fully organired and ready for buiuieii with is not ccod church and school-housStanford, the county seat of Lincoln, is a prot- - Paid UP Capital Of - $200,000. perout little city of about ,jco inhab.tauts and is and North- - SUrplUS, tin. treat doorwav from inc ioi th 19,000. i.i Smith anil from the NcTlhwettI to Southeast, mil .tanrli.ii- - as it does zanlig right Into the bos. SUCCESSOR toTIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL, om of the undeveloped mountains of Southeattern HANK OK STANFORD, Kentucky backed up by the wholo Illue Gra.s Now closing upl with the tame aitett and under ot the State with railroadt running through region the tame management. it to all pointt of the compatt, makt-- it naturally lly provisions of in chatter, Uepotitora are aa In the South fur one of the bctt located townt fully protected at ate dcpotltora in National mannfacturei and other cnterprlsei of magnitude Uankt, Water NN'orkt ate now being agitated and right liable to ttt tharelioldcrs being held Individually the extentof the amount of their ttock of a mile aboue the town about value thereol, in addition to th. there could be erected NVater NN'orkt with very therein at the parIn amount invested tuch shares. It may acta little cost that would tupply a city of 150,000 in- executor, adminittrator, truttee, Ac, at fully at habitant! with the purest and best water in the hss neen newiy reuuiu in in individual world Our llttlo city To the last few vrimnnil Its nuswess nausea aril res. while thote who entrutted their bultinett to us mnaginn idenccs will compare with larger cities of greater Stanford, we we the Lincoln National Hank ol here tender our many thanks and anu ir.turtmcu are Our mercnants pretentions all prosperout and doing well. We have two trust they will continue to transact ineir buiineat with ut, offering at a guarantee for prompt attenbanks with a capital nock o $400,000 that are tion to tame, our twenty years' experience id prosprmus and in a good rendition We haveaple did schools NVe have a Female banking and at liberal accommodation! at ate conCollege, a large brick building, with over 100 pn tinent with tound banking. pilt In ittendance and under the prlntipalthip ol IIIKectoks: Prof. J M Hubbard, it in a flourishing condiJ.J. Williamt, Mt. Vernon; tion. We also have aF.Seminary that Is a good NVe Iliakemanat its head school, with Prof H J, M. Hall, Slanlord; have one of the nett Public School buildings ic Stanford; J. S. section of the State, with over 100 pupils in this S.J, Embry, Stanford ; attendance, and with other good private schools, are excclb nt. you sec our school facilities J, B. Lynn, Stanford; NVe have elegant church builniugs, A. W. Carpenter, Mlltedgeville; every denomination, with a full corpioi ministers J, K.Daughman, HuttonvilU; of fiat .claisValcm and are doing a better buslnett than anv clam of men in the city. J. F, Cath, Stanford; I have tried to make Ihlt statement ai factt, NVilliam Gooch,;Stantord, K without anv exaggeration or coloring, at tliote , .II. Shankt, President. who know will bear n e out, and those who with to buy pleasant hornet at lair prices and locate J. O.Owsley, C. hi among a good people wilh all the best surroundW.M. Bright, Teller, ings would do well to call and see me before pur. hasing oltewhere I r.J. Kolr, t this Hank of Stanford; 11 coiopoicil ol dr. iiiirij South-easter- n -- Farmers BanMTrnstCo. e. s 1 three-fourt- 0tlty, 'upi.-ientin- oj-i- yr P:c. n ,.- - N