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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892070501 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. J1fi IJ. 1. Semi-Weeklvol. xx. DANVILLE. y Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JULY 5. 1892. NO. 37 dte llowland&Tlilole, merchant tailors, have dissolved, Mr. Thiolo remaining In tho business. Miss Kute Shropshire, of Illinois, is visiting Mrs. Josio Evans and may during tho summer. Mrs. Fauiiio E. Meyer sold out her household goods, etc., Saturday, tho LM Inst. Shotxpeds to remove to Texas, -, where she has a married daughter llving. A yoniiK colorod boy giving the name of John Green was arrested evening, charged with Htoaling ft email amount of money from the of Felix Fisher. A. E. Gibbons' force had just finished painting tho roof of tho Christian church Thursday evening, "hen tho winds rose, tho lightning flashed, tho thunder rolled and the skies wept and washed it all away. Mr. T. II. For, of tho Democrat, and his cousins, Mrs. Mary McCunoand Mifcs Mary McKoborto, weront Linnietta Springs Friday night, and as they were colt they were leaving tho u notion to run away and driving took did run a abort distance, and far enough to upset tho barouche and badly Hinash it, all tho occupants being covered with! tho wreck. Fortunately neither of tho ladies, nor Mr. For, was Injured, bt- -, yond a few scratches. deaf tmito IS) Julia Komper la years old and of tho incorrigible tl!8. Mr. ArKO. of tho Institute, tried to in-- j struct her in habits of usefulness and to educate her, but had to send her away, us sho would Bubmit to no discipline. Thursday evening she struck n young lady with whoso mother she had boon for a few days, and for it was locked up by Chief of Police Sllllinnn. Sho was relenxud Friday morning upon tho prom-l.of huraunt to send her to her father, who lives at Eaton, O. Thursday evening lightning struck n steeple in tho boy's building in tho north end of tho 1). and I). Asylum grounds. The duuingu was not soriou. At the same timo a hollow locust tree in Jacobs' residence tho lot adjoining It. was stricken and set on fire. It contin-ueto burn until a late hour in the night, when it fell. At twilight and for some time after dark it was an object of considerable interest to tho small boy, white and black, some of whom that flro started by lightning could not be quenched by water. One scientist carried a bucket of watc- from n spring 100 yards distant and threw it on the burning tree "just to see if he was right." Sat-urdn- y rrsl-donc- DON'T- FJLIXi TO ATTEND - The Great Lincoln County Stock Fair AT STANFORD, KENTUCKY, o Tuesday and Wednesday, JIM 12 & 13 ni THE FJRST OF THE SEASON, THE BEST OF THE SEASON. A splendid show of Stock, Delightful Music by Saxton's Military Band and a first-clas- s exhibition in every particular. See premium list below. Observe that there is no entrance fee charged; no per cent taken out of premium. E. 0. WALTON, Secretary, GEORGE MILLER GIVENS, President J. T. EMBRY, Assistant Secretary, W. M. BRIGHT, Treasurer. 21. FIKST 1. ID-AS- T. o 2. 3. 4. 5. 1 d 6. con-tende- d 7. - S. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. ( Wanted cattle to pnsturo. K. H. Jones. John C. Hill bought of J. H. Hutch-ison pair of mules for Foil Salk. Good, gentle buggy nnd eaddle horse. Apply to A. It. l'onny. Farrls & Hardin bought of Mr?. horso for SI00. Molllo Wray a year-olJauu-- Swope sold to Georgo Wood 13 head of fat heifers at 2J cents. John Buchanan sold to llerrin, of UockcaBtle, n bunch of yearling steers at 2 cents. George Cogar bought of H. 1). Bruco about 2,000 bushels of barley at locts. Advocate. J. W. Miller sold 5,000 bushels of wheat to lsham Halloy ut 70 cents. Woodford Hun. Wheat is being engaged in Marion at 70 cents n bushel and tho Knt- rpribo says thocrop in tho county is tho finest n $-21. 9. Best Marc Mule Colt Sio oo " Horse Mule Colt to oo " Mule any age 15 00 " Mare and mule colt 10 00 Special premium by J. S. Owsley, Jr. Best jack under year old 10 00 special premium by Harry S. Wood, with the Standard Drug Co., Cincinnati, O. Best Jack year old and under 2 10 00 special premium J. Henry Hankla, withB. F. Phillips, wholesale whiskies, tobaccos, cigars, Danville, Ky. Best jack 2 years old and over 1000 special premium by J no. N. Hastings, with John J. Perkins, Wholesale Grocers, Cincinnati, O. Best jennet under 2 years old 10 00 special premium by the Buckeye Machine Co., J. D. Truett, General Man'g'r, Crow & Co., agents, J. 0. Shields, Trav. Agent. Best jennet 2 years old and over 1000 1 1 Best fancy turnout, driven by lady and gen tleman Special premium by A. B. Robertson & Bro., Danville, Dealers in Dry Goods, Notions, etc. Ladies' and Childrens' Fine Shoes. HOKSKS I'OR HARNESS 20 00 36. Best yearling cither sex, with one standard cross. Season to Belmont Chief S6S9 special premium by J. P. Crow, proprietor 50 00 37. PURPOSES. Best stallion or gelding 2 years and under 3.. 12 ?o Special premium by Embry, Dunn & Fox, Liverymen, Danville. the Main-stree- t 20 00 23. Best stallion 3 years old and under 4 & Wiseman Special premium by The Welsh Co., Danville, Dry Goods, Ladies' and Misses' Fine Shoes, and Carpets. Best stallion 4 years old and over 25 00 24. & Farra, InSpecial premium by Kinnaird surance Agents, Lancaster, Ky. 25. Best double team, speed, style and durabili- ty considered, regardless of sex, color or ownership 40 00 S25 to first and Si 5 to second. 22. ROADSTER RING. 38. 39. 40. 26. Best mare or gelding any age, style and ' nihility considered $50 to first and $25 to second. du- 0 00 HOKSKS HOK HARNESS PURPOSES. 42. 11 d - for yearn. M. F. Klkin bought of llurk llios., fat stejrs at 8 n lot of extr.i 1,000-pouPowell n couple cents and of Capt. . F. af saiuo for $55. nd Tammany. Tho Popper, a Kentucky horse, got second place, worth 5,000. Tho Daisy Holler Mills having had, everything overhauled and set in order are better prepared than over to lead the market, as it has alwavs done, with flour In Kentucky. the best brands-oSend In your orders and custom work. Ut Tho Now Stanford Roller Mills. Moreland bought of E. L. William Loomis, of Deer Iodge, Tenn., 250 owes, delivered at Sunbrlght, Tenn., at 13.25 per head, and of various parties r lot of pound, no At nek hoL's nt 33 to 4c per load of fat hogs nt 4 to 4jc also bought ft butcher steers, extra, nnd 7 Ho sold to Tettus liroa. SO stock nt3c. hogs at 4c. f 1,000-poun- 000, was won at Sheopshead The Realization Stake, worth 15, Hay by Best colt cither sex Special Premium by I. M. Bruce, Proprietor Main Street Livery and Feed Stable. 1. Best stallion, marc or gelding 1 year old and under 2 Special premium by McKinney Bros., Grocers and Dealers in Hardware. 12. Best mare 2 years old and under 3 Special premium by B. K. & W. H. Wear-en- , Dealers in Groceries, Hardware, etc. Best mare 3 years old and under 4 13. Special premium by P. W. Green, proprie- Myers House Fine tor of the Livery and splendid Bar attached. 14. Best mare 4 years old and over Special premium by William Moreland, dealer in Cattle, I logs and Sheep. Stock bought and sold on commission. 10. 1 well-Known 10 00 HORSES FOR SADDLE PURPOSES. 15 Lincoln Stock Farm, McKinney, Ky. Pacers and trotters. Best either sex, by standard-brehose. Season to Sumac, by Sultan, dam Geo. Wilkes 50 00 Special premium by C. L. Crow, sup't Lincoln Stock Farm and trainer of trotters and pacers. Best boy rider Suit by C. D. Portwood, the Clothier and Furnisher, Danville, $5, and 10 00 S5 added by the Association Best combined stallion any age 50 00 to first and S15 to second, S35 special premium by Rabenstein & Harris, Live stock Commission Merchants, Union Stock Yards, Cincinnati, 0. Best rockaway mare or gelding, to be driven to rockaway 20 00 special premium by W. P. Walton, proprietor of the Interior Journal First-clas- s printing done on short notice. 10 00 special premium by Emmet McCormack, Dealer in Live Stock, Mt. Salem, Ky. Best combined mare or gelding, any age 40 00 S25 to first and Si 5 to second, special premium by Joe S. Wright, the Tombstone man, Junction City Fine workmen always ready to wait on the pubd V: 4l 41 I Ml 10 00 - 12 50 15 00 . 20 00 Best stallion 2 years. old and under 3 Special premium by Sandidge & Rcid, Danville, Livery, Sale & Feed Stable, Fourth street, near Main. 28. Best stallion 3 years and under 4 Special premium by M. F. Elkin, tho Main street Meat Merchant. Fresh meats on hand. 29. Best stallion 4 years old and over Special premium by Sine & Menefee, Dealers in Rough and Dressed Lumber. SWEEPSTAKES. 00 43 lic. FANCV SADDLE RING. 20 00 Best stallion or gelding special premium by G. S. Sandifer & Bro., Danville, the expert horse shoers, and I. G. Adler, Danville, dealer in Horse Cloth- 25 00 ing, Boots, &c. Best mare and colt 44. rli 1; 00 V9 W. 2; 00 45. 30. HORSES FOR SADDLE PURPOSES. 15. 16. 17. iS. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Eld. J. S. Sweeney, of Paris, heldn meeting at Mexico, Mo., which brought 20 sinners into tho fold. Tho First Italian Methodist Episcorepal chuich in the Uuited States was at Now Orieaua. cently dedicated Deer-in- g Tho 23d annual meeting at tho already Camp Ground will begin, as announced, Aug. 11th aud continue 15 The laying of tho cornerstone of the City, will new M. E. Church at Junction Monday, July U, atlOo'clock. take placo Address by Key. J. Rnn J 19. 20. Best colt either sex 10 00 Special premium by C. E. Cox, with M. II. Lauchhcimcr & Son, M'frs of Clothing, Baltimore, Md. Best stallion, mare or gelding 1 year old and under 2 12 50 Special premium by Higgins & McRobcrts, dealers in Clothing, Boots, Shoes, &c. They are the Gents' Furnishers. Best mare 2 years old and under 3 15 00 Special premium by Joseph Coffey, proprietor of the CofTey House. A splendid place to stop while attending the Fair. Best marc 3 years old and under 4 2000 In Building and Loan stock Special premium by C. N. Estes, representing the Southern Mutual Building and Loan Association. W. A. Tribble, Agent, Stanford. Best mare 4 years old and over 25 00 Special premium by E. Bremer, bottler of jthc celebrated John Brenner Brewing Co.'s Beer, and M. A. Zimmer, of Lexington, agent for the Jung Beer. Best phxton pony, 14 hands and under 10 bo Special premium by B. H. Danks, the Artistic Jeweler and Engraver. Best stallion any age 40 00 $25 to first and $15 to second. Special premium by A. Tribble, proprietor Gilcher House, Danville. Thoroughly refitted and refurnished. Formerly of the Tribble House, Junction City, and the Cumberland Hotel, Middlesborough. HORSES 46. FOR HARNESS PURPOSES. 12 31. Best gelding 2 years and under 3 Special premium by Dr. A. S. Price, the Dentist, and Tim Murphy, the Danville Carriage-maker- 50 47. . 3 years and under 4 Special premium by Thomas Dalton, proprietor of the Carpenter House Rates Si per day. Best gelding 4 years old and over 33. Special premium By F. Curran& Co., Louisville, dealers in Fine Wines, Whiskies and Brandies. Best yearling thoroughbred of either sex, 34. bred in Lincoln county Special premium by J. J. Thompson, the Artistic Barber. Best thoroughbred suckling colt, either sex, 35. bred in Lincoln county : Special premium by the Stanford & Lancaster Turnpike. 32. Best gelding 15 00 4S. 00 49. 10 00 Special premium by W. J. Davis, Danville, Men's Outfitter, Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Boots, Hats, etc. Best walking stallion, mare or gelding 15 00 special premium by J. P. Thorrell, proprietor of the Clemens House, Danville, and the Central Kentucky Carriage Co., Danville, Makers and Repairers of Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, &c. Best model stallion, mare or gelding, to be ... 1; 00 shown by halter B. Walker, proprispecial premium by T. etor of Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, Lancaster. Best pair of matched mares or geldings 30 00 second, S20 to first and Sio to special premium by George D. Wearen, dealer in Wagons, Buggies, Harvesting Machines and Fixtures. Best New York saddle stallion, Mare or gelding 20 00 special premium by Myers' Livery Stable, Lancaster, Ky. Splendidly supplied with s horses and buggies. Best fancy saddle mare 20 00 P. Ripy & Co., special premium by J. sour-mas- h Lawrenceburg, dealers in Hand-mad- e Anderson County Whiskies. first-clas- '! ,tA - SWEEPSTAKE ROADSTERS. 50. Best 10 OJ stallion, mare or gelding, style, speed and durability considered' 150 00 third. Sioo to first, S35 to second and S15 to L T . 4 g .., ';i . , t.S a1I.IIIi1 ttf 41 T) . .. Fire at San Joso, Cal., Saturday J. IJlt.MlUbt, HIIU iciuuicu nvening destroyed $500,000 worth of told a from Washington. Sunday, urnal reporter that tho presi- business and residence property. cywns struck by dential campaign will be pitched on a July 5. 1892 high plane and will bo one of education cloneBethlehem, Pa.,damaged to tho a ex8tajjfohd, Kv., and property and ideas. He was kind enough to ad- tent of $150,000. Crops near the city are mit that Cleveland is a good nnd clean almost a total loss. W. ?. At a picnic near Petersville, George man, broad minded and honest. Tho COLUMN. fight will be on tho tariff. Silver and Black shot and killed John Stacey while third parties won't cut any figure, he the latter was dancing. An old grudge PAG-BS- . thinks, and neither will carry a State. was the cause of the tragedy. On Fridays. Joo Shively, the negro track walker The colonel tries to explain that the force bill is not r force bill, but he had on the L. it X. at Lebanon, went to sleep on the track and n train came best let that matter drop. To the surprise of even the meat along and crushed his skull and broke silver mnn, n vote was reached in 2 Dnuso tho fiscal year just closed his arm. the Senate Fridny evening on the Stewpeusion certificates of all classes were Gen. George D. Johnson, of Louisihill and it was passed 20 to 25. issued, 35,000 more than the year before, art silver ana, has been appointed Civil Service It provides for tho free anil unlimited making in all S50.000 pensioners, who to fill tho vacancy caused coinage at American mints into Btandard draw the munificent sum of $13,000,000 Commissioner, All the peoplo seuni to sy: Hugh S. bv tho resignation of dodollars of tho United States of all the If for bargain you're looking a month. As a Iaro part of these penmestic and foreign silver bullion or coin sioners are men who never smelled gun- Thompson. To the Louisville Store you inuM go, Maj. Tilman, who robbed the Falls And then be that may he presented for coinage, in- powder or did anything to entitle them convinced the above in so. cluding all the hullion in the treasury to the bounty of the government, it is City Bank, Louisville, depositors nnd man. He has purchased with silver or coin certificates, about time a halt was called in this rob- skipped, is ng.iin a free made partial restitution and the indictand makes all the silver so coined a legal bery of tho treasury. Grover Cleveland been dismissed. tender for all dehts and dues, puhlic and is the only man in the U. S. who has the ments against him have M'iss Lucy Hocker, who has held Hill, who used to nrtvnte. Senator backbone to stem the terifiic tide that at Eminence till now undodge tho silver question, voted very promises to sweep the country into bank- tho der a republican administration, will holdly for the hill. Blackburn also vot- ruptcy. have to surrender it soon to Henry S. ed for and Carliso represented his conthinking tho matter over Presi- Adams, who has been appointed to suc- Ladies, ak to see that Lawn Aftku stituency bv voting against it. Eleven Sellin j at tic, before they're gone, republicans and IS democrats voted yea, dent Harrison has concluded that he ceed her. Belle of Xelson Distillery Com- And don't forgot the new style lace The showing that it is not regarded a party cannot ntlord to be at outs with Bosses dividend of That trims the dross in inch good taste. On hearing the news, Bland, Clarkson, Quay, Dudley and others and pany has declared an annual measure. 10 per cent. This doesn't look like the who was at home fixing his fences for he has run up the ilag of truce and hurried back to Washington, asked for terms from them. Benjamin prohibition party is making much progrum power." determined to push tho bill through the will do anything to succeed himself, ress in "pulverizing the even to accept again the services of Louisville Times. House. It is thought, however, that it The Railroad Gazette says that 1,190 Dudley, whom he snubwill not reach a voto this session. miles of railroad were built in tho U. S. bed, after his method of campaigning during the last month. This is 500 The prohibitionists nominated, as was had put him into tho White House. miles less than was built in tho first In Shoos you'll find just what you need. predicted, Gen. John Bidwell, of CaliTiik prohibitionists declared anew for half of 1S01 and indicates a probable to And evory jmir is gunrnnteed; fornia, for president. The result was voto the entire suppression of tho manufact tnl for the year of less than 15,000 miles. Tho price on thoiu is just $2, reached on, the first ballot, the Etandiug 590 for him, Demorest 1150 and ture, sale, importation, exportation and Three thousand men have been dif And you can bet that thev a hi hi's. or more were transportation of alcoholic liquors as a charged at Carnegie's Homestead Steel Stewart 179. A beverage by Federal and State legislation. Works. The victiu s have invited all placed in nomination for including Sam Small, and J. B. Cranfell, If this could be done we would give the other employes to quit and it is expectof Texas, was chosen. It was past 2 a. cau.se our most unqualified support, but ed that they will do so. The cause is m., Friday, when the convention ad- in tho very nature of things it can not the reduction in wages of 20 to 40 per journed after as noisy and lively a ses- be. They also declare for equal rights cent. One of the latest schemes to swindle sion as was over witnessed in a sure to women as to suffrage and equal pay enough party. The proposition to fuse as to services. the farmer is being practiced by a shrewd Gentlemen, now li ore's n eliHiico The with any other organization was defeatThe president believes in reciprocity. gang in various parts of the State. To buy a eot, vjst or imtits; but ed by a largo vote and a lively fight was He has appointed the negro delegate, scheme is to sell a made on the plank in the platform de- who was converted bv cold cash and worthless vehicle on long time, taking a In IkV nnd children's we've the jtock, claring for free coinage of silver which it promises to a Harrison enthusiast at note, and then rush to a hank and And price that are down m rock. was finally rejected. Tho delegates lost Minneapolis, to he postmaster at Charles- have tho paper wished, leaving tho a good deal of time ami much sleep to ton, S. C. With that kind of argument, purchaser no recourse. Regarding the nomination of Benji-milittle purpose, but most of them are of coins? the plumed knight had no earnest and honest men, who believe show for the nomination. Harrison, the Voice, the organ of only hope of the country is in that the the prohibition puty, goes further than prohibition party. Tun Knox county people gave a big any democratic paper has done when it the picnic yesterday, at which Gen. P. W. says: "It is an indorsement of debauch Fauwkll, of Illinois, re- HarJin and M. D. Hardin, Esq., wore cry at the capital, pollution in the home, Our line of Carpets is iinmetiM, calls the fact that when he and other re- the principal orators. It goes without corruption in politics, lechery in society, An elegant quality at 05 cents. publicans recommended Win. J. Camp-bil- saying that eloquence was largely ou hypocrisy in the church. And tho con- BnrHiiii we have many more, who wns made chairman of the tap and that tho two got in a few words vention that intlorses these was well Give us a call at the Louisville. Storo. National Republican Committe by re- for Cleve and Steve. fitted for its work." quest of Mr. Harrison, for Collector of HUST0NVILLE. The astronomers state that on the Customs at Chicago, tho president siid that he was a professional lobbyist and night of Aug. 5th next the planet Mars Quite a crowd of young mon attendunfit for the position. There is nothing will reduce tho distance between us and ed a picnic at Willis mill, in Casey wrong about that. A man may be unfit him from 141,000,000 to 155,000 000 miles. county, Saturday. All report a ideasaut to be collector and yet be a horse in As this is still quite a step the nervmiH time. elections. Some of our biggest rascals need have no fears of a collision. While returning from tho party at are our best electioneers. They know the residence of Mr. J. T. Koie. the THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. exactly when and where to put the other night, the carriage containing boodle. -- A bill to close b.trber Bhops on Owen William?, i'ortman PeneooK and There is more Truth than I'oetry in the has been favorably reported to the Misses Mattie Dinwiddle and Mary Adabove voro, as we have an The announcement was made Friday House. throwing the occu ams was overturned, that the State treasury was empty and The Senate voted to abolish the pants to the ground and demolishing that the payment bf claims had ceased. Tho legislators, who are responsible for board of equalization and the House the carriage. We advise Owen and Port to take Will Hnllmati along next time the deficit, made a raid ou the treasury will tackle the question to day. The governor has signed the elec- to do the driving. when they heard it was coming and. Mrs. W, P. Swope, nee Drye, of most of them got out all that was duo tion bill and 20,000 copies of it have of her father, S. of the legisla- been printed and distributed. It is n Owenton, is the them. The foolish nction of '89 and '90, in reducing taxation very volumnious and intricate enact G. Drve. A. J. Adams, of McKinney, ture ment. B. Adams, of Lonirvh'W, 5 cents on tho 100, with the expenses of Among the bills passed by the Sen- Tex., and J. tho con. con. and the preseent legisla- ate was one declaring railroad? liable for Ala., returned home hist week after a or- ture, which seems likely to go on forev- damages for injury to their employes month's visit to relatives here. W. C. Suner, causes tho credit of a rich State to when the injury is caused through neg- Greening went over to Lancaster day to tee his best girl. Dr. A. S. Price b ) thus jeopardized. ligence of fellow employes. and W. A. Tribble, of Stanford, were On the heels of the announcement Alexander Lusk whs placed on tho W. I.eid wns callthat the treasury is empty, Mr. Edtuis-tn- ii here Saturday. John committee of permanent organization in ed to Paint Lick Sunday to attend tho presented a resolution for an adthe national convention of tho prohibiis rejournment of the body from July 20 to bedside of his little daughter, who tion party, at Cincinnati, last week. Missoa Lena and ported very hick. This is one advantage that comes of a Oct. 5, to giye it a chance to recoup, we Kosn Vowell entertained in honor of suppose. multiplicity of parties. It gives us Friday night. Mis. Maranda Tuekt-rNEWSY NOTES. smaller men a chance to appear large, Misd Mary Adams is visiting Mis Sue for pome of us are so constructed- that wo Prohibition was defeated at Augus- Bright at Hubble. would rather be a big mau iu a small ta, Ga., by 1,400 in a poll of 4,000. concern than a little man in a larger, Tiik H. S. Browtix, of Louisville, play Tho Dow Wire Works at Louiavillo few of us prefer to be doorand but ed the Interior Journals here yesterday were destroyed by fire; loss $50,000. morning and defeated our namcMikes by Which must be sold and if low pricis keepers in the house of the Lord to dwell-iiiThe Kentucky Union haa bought stood JJ to 3 will be an inducement, it will positively a score of 0 to a. The in tho big tents. the Lexington Belt Liue for S2:5o,000. up to the last half of the 8th iiminn be to your interest to buy from the originMrs. W. F. Stair, of Middlesboro, of low prices, the Hon. HakvkvH. Smith has withdrawn when Stucky made a couple of errois ators shot Miss McGuire, who had led her from hisnlleged race for Congress in the and let in two runs. The game was a 4th district, leaving Mr. Montgomery a husband from her. very interestidg one and tho audience , George Sheppard, of Somerset, was as he would have almost had y got tho worth of their money. Joe with Mr. Smith on the track. It is not killed in tho yards of the Q A O. thoro umpired, but the Lonisvilles kicked gratifying to Kentucky pride to eeo a by a switch engine on his decisions aud a Lousville man Near Keller's Station, Ind., five men man of such mediocre ability us Montwas put in. The afternoon game had gomery permitted to continue to repre- were killed in a wreck on the Wabash not concluded when he went to preEs sent a district, without opposition, that railroad, caused by a washout. earlv on account of tho 4th of July, but Tho Kings county, N. Y., democrats has had such men as Hon. J. Proctor 1. .1... s. .. its (loilarsio uougiiuuis 1110 1. jIt. won Knott rive it prestige in National legis- held an enthusiastic Cleveland and it. Stevenson ratification meeting. lative halls. Refrosnlnir Kotrotua. ron- Tho Pulaski democrats ratified tho it Tue people's party, in Convention at nomination of Cleve and Steve in an Summer dayaro fast approacliliraml nowand, excursion). U, the time that Omaha, are having a hard time finding a enthusiastic meeting at Somerset. sporumpn hould figure out routw for thlr vacation. I tag o. Hie dtliKhltilly 100I Gres-hacandidate for president. Judge locutwl At Haynes, Ark., a negro named tummarantl fishing ivorts vividly toalong tho WisIew aminijr refuges to accept the positively consin Central Mtieseome Donnelly was lynched by a mob of 00 which ar I'ox Lake, III . Lake Villa, III. Muck. nomination and a boom is now on for blacks for outraging a negro girl. waiuigo, Wukeha, Cedar Lake, Xeenah, Vupu-c- a WIun Fifield HotU'Niut and Ashland. Wl Senator Kyle, of South Dakota. NoONLY. The republicans of Kansas noniinu-- urn lui within live last fivo yiw Ukoiiio li the center intent body seems to want the doubtful honor ted Fanner A. W. Smith for governor of attraction tor more pleuiure stwker Union and and any other stale In tho fishermen than . ,,,. fnr M to 01 carry iiirhucu a mig as win ue iiut. iu tho each viit nicrisar th With every cliarmlne landscape, breathe the halwm Ira.nince j ,,,. the leader's hand. atiiiwuhere, wan -,... M..4. fcj. M3 tint is nurt tit the InvUomtintr Bttely pines nnd rants. Suit will purchase of a lloyt,' Knee w M.V ... ...w givo tlw coIouiiikIm of iter throtitth Would it be asking too much of the Bank of Bufialo, I. 1., it is said, is al hook the srwckKHl bemtiit im n nwm nunc nv. I'or iriipMi.t Frankfort Capital and the Newport most certain to b- S50'.000, if not more. et., apply to coiiuiHiDf,' vaiuamo VluioriHatiun, A T. S. I' AT I'V. D Tho Senate Committee stiuek out t'aillatuHizn. Teiiti. are running tim tariff Journal, whicii JAS ( POND. revcuuo and taxation Aqont.UiUa.o.lll. General I'asMiigur uud Tltlet plank of the democratic pUtfuriuat their tho claurt-n- l tin tn-license for stilling bill fixing A liiirulboine Windsor Neck Tie. cijrar mast heads, so to speak, to cIiiiil'" tho etten at i'.M). Cholera Infantum hii lot its terror, usee the It would not word laoor to robbery? Secr-uiWhitney positively (In- Introduction of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and only ho correct but sound bettor n usJ ParenU, lioro is a. chaccu to iilcmso the Diarrheal Remedy. clines u ai'cept the chairmanship of the ami the tretH.en a When tlul remedy battlu Is threaten! with cacti democratic national committee, the followed a cure is certain. Mr. A. W. Walters, a boys. f . jy: "It prominent inerh.nr ut U'altenkurtr, The inv-- raio puiihter .f th Hop- - more's th. pity ir4 mv babv df chol.r.i liiUntum nftrr seva nil At 0finoii, Col, William Lindsay other rcflioduvs had failed. The child was so low kinsvillH Koiituckian prints tins ono: 3E3C jiuhkiu almost uminu 'The prohibitionists probably hum putt srionaly cut Cpt. O. Alexander in u that heorseemed of any medleluc.me 35aiaai 01 Vi cent d hunds it i ell enough quarrel itlMiit sumiii money cnllnctioiR buttle tor tenth by IJr. M I llourno, Orugglst and Stanford, Ky. while hiddinu for votes sale Munngcr. ' Lindsay wan u delegate to Chicago. to Bidwell." Optician, Stanford, Ky. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJomul n VjUIm ! Courier-Jo- Louisville Store 3HiAB(DWAVBlL,IJi AT. 8 (&G)(Da WALTON. B.K.&W.H. Wearen's. Garden Tools, Rakes, Hoes, Spades, Shovels, Traces, Collars, Pads, fames, Leonard Refrigerators, Wliitc Mountain Freezers, Water Coolers, SIX nr-de- nt :05,-70- BoomTaRa to-da- Etc. (! -M,AS ex-Go- v. SIVh r W S ?qF mwm"wmw& Is Receiving His ,G.RUPLEY,- post-otlie- o BoomTaRa Spring & Summer Goods Gic me call. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. 15lock8-ofFiv- e BoomTaRa Tops, Rubbers, Sealing Wax, At- - FRUIT JA llJ&Oft JELLY GLASSES, -- r8 Tin Cans and Preserving Kettles half-doze- n vice-preside- nt, Boom Ta Ra FARRIS & HARDIN'S THE WILLARD. (Late Alexander's Hotel.) fine-lookin- TM0H0UGHBY SQVTD Day. 68 Rates $2.50 Per Court-Mouse- Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the , n Boom Ta Ra A. V. Jones, J.J. Sullivan, J. J. Marshall, clerks. Louisville, Ky. : W. R. LOGAN, Manager. The Bottom Knocked Out Filty pairs Ladies' Custom Made Urokcn sizes, all of the best makes, reduced from $3.50 per pair to Si. 75. Sateens reduced from 1570 per yard to tocjDrcss Chnnibrny reduced from 15c yard to ice. Cotton Serge from yard to IOC. ayThcsc goods must go in the next 30 days, so call at once and 36-inch l, REMEMBER i6c Suu-da- ys secure your share of the bargains. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. gu-b- t IMMENSE A. R. PENNY, STOCK DRUGGIST AND JEWELER During the year 189J I hand a full and complete J shall keep constantly on stock of , - Dry Goods, Shoes, WATCHES, Clothing Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. My stock of Toilet Articles Glass, Books, j CLOCKS & Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers of prompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas DALTon in charge. A. R. PENNY. JEWEfcHV g k-oi- SPRING CLOTHING OUR STOCK And vc can ! walk-over- Km-br- Louisville Store. 1 1 T BPJIUCJIAIL IS COMPLETE show as nice an assortment as the people have pluauru-.cv-e- rs -- 11 um-in- m I ,,,,,, .,.,, .. - ,. ,, -- This Week Ever Seen in Stanford. All Styles and Colors of 1 & ...,. de-dr- ,..'. nir-ii'- i 11 PREE OP CHAHGE Cassimeres, Worsteds and Home-Spun- s. A' ry s. -- 111 u Please Examine and Price Them. 1 XO.3rS M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. .4 V V A i kT '. v 4Uft m m mJUW? .j feUVfl - ji irr 1"'.",rVJy -- -- vfy$M r ffHTJJ" '4.TU1-1- , W Art. Excellent loardlng department Catalogues and irrtilart furnlihed on application. to James Hodge, of Middlesboro, to Fhut Jaiw at J. B. Foster's. Tiik National Bank at Hustonville, J, PERSONAL POINTS. wed Miss Bettio Lane nt .Mr. Peter W. Hocker, cashier, declared 3 per cent, Hon. G. M. Davison went to Loxing-to7ia'iT Jails nt Farrls & Hardin's. .:- - YOUR Klams1, in tho East Kud, dividend and carried a good pile over to Siuiilny. tho surplus fund, which is now equal to Youk account h due and ready. Please H. G. Hail, of tho Somerset Banking Mi.shJdhik Uiiadlcy has gono to vhll a third of its capital. call. A. A. Warren. Co., whoHpenttlieith with his wife here, k Mi88 Muutsiu Tucker. I V the Mit. Fuank Jonkh to nttoiullti Mil. John Bkioiit says the cleanest Fhwit jars and jelly glas-- s at A. A . tolls us that tho bank madn more i jouey during the last six months thn.i any and best wheat crop for years has been BL W ChuutaiKiiiA at LuxiniMoti. Warren's. previous half year. It declared the usu- harvested in tin's section. The quantity Mil. and Mnt. J.T. Lynn mul Wrny fr Thomas' Hay IUkm for sale very al 3 per cent, dividend. have returned to Loiiltvil!o. is over the average and tho quality Miw. Will Kbnnky, of Danville, lias cheaj) by J. X. Menefee. The hot bargains ever offered in men's and boyV Clothing in this Tub trial of Young Baker, who shot much above. Smut has cut but little ' been tho pnewt of Mrs. T. D. Ittumy. figure. I iiavk several Woods self dump hay lorn Wren, the slayer ot his lather, was city will be on sale Miw. Katk Duncan and hod, of KHz rakes for sale cheap. Joe Severance, Jr. continued till next Saturday, when it The Home Literary and Dramatic ubothtown, aro visiting Mrs. 1'. M. Ans will probably be dismissed, as Wren Company, of Turneisville, will likely ley. A oooi). second hand, llMiorso-powe- r wrote to County Attorney J. B. Paxton repeat the performance of Lady of Ly .Miss Maiiy Daviijm Duddkkau U vis- portable engine for sale at a bargain. ii..,. i... .it. i ..n .. .:.,). t ons, nt Walton's Opera House, Tuesday lli'ik iiu urn iiui. man iu 'i uaixuiUi ting MibH Lottie Dillion at Crab Orch- See Geo, I). Wearen. Atnight, 12th. S'axton it 'frost will ard. Tin: amusement privileges of the Linthe music Jok S. Giumus' bank at Klizabethtown coln County Stock Fair, which comes oil" Mihih Maooii: and Lucy Siiiolu, of of J. M. declared .1 per cent, dividend and carried Tuesday and Wednesday, Giles county, Va.t ttro gui-stJuly 12 an J Ovek 10 would-b- e teachers presented $1,000 to undivided prollts. 111, have been sold to Mr. A. T. Nunnel-lethemselves Friday for examination and f . M. J. A. llowHH, of tho dispatcher's and his melodious voice will be it took two days to get through with My Hue soda water aimratus is now in As neat make, as stylish cut, as good material as any custom-madi oiliueat Paris, wns.hure yesterday with Call and get a glass of the heard more than once during the meet- them. Profs. J. G. Denny and C. L. Suits to be had. operation. All our boys' light weight Cassimere Suits will go friemlfl. r ing. Holmes were the examiners. The col- at prime cost, and our $12.50 and 315 Men's light weight Suits will . Mipsjm Maiiy Ukazlky best you ever tasted. A. It. Penny. Liciik and j Two of our good subscribers, paid up ored teachers will have their inning go at Sg. 50. Wc have two many of these goods and must move spunttho ith with Mrs. Porter O. HimiKit is tho name of a new post-o- f next Friday. last week to long in the future, Miss them out. Come and buy now as we are determined to unload these fice just established in Casey and W. N. J. Spoonnmoro to Feb. 10, ISO I, For the LADIES, there will be a great reduction in GingHon. John D. Whitc linn tired of Crockett has been appointed A iim f Woods was incarcerated Saturday goods. and Dr. S. G. Hockerto April 20, 1S0I. for Louisville and gone back to Manchester carrying concealed weapons and hams, Printed Indias, Organdies, Challies, etc. Also in Ladies' Vests, Wo hopo our delinquents won't cause us to live. We desire to prepare Tin: Water Works Company is build- to break before their times are up. If when brought before Judge Carson he corsets, Hosiery, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, &c. lJjj. 'H'UHMtAU, of Louisville, is spending it nice dwelling near the water works they do we shall see that their money is fined him $2' and gave him 10 days in in time for a very large Fall stock and are determined not to carry ing a few days with his homefolks at (or jail on the testimony before him. He these goods over. Wc have some excellent bargains in our Shoe the gentleman who will have charge refunded. ltowhtud. then employed a lawyer, demanded a department in broken sizes that wc want you to have at prime cost. of tho machinery. Missus Saluk and Jknniu Wkst, of Tiik directors of tho Lincoln County jury and was acquitted, the judge hav- So come early and secure the choice things. IkV Harrodsbiirg, iut vfsititm at Mr. 1). Mo-Mas. 11. D. Philips has sveurod a Stock Fair nro requested to meet at tho ing set his judgment aside on alfidavit of Kitrlck'fl. room with yard at the Commercial hotel court-houSaturday afternoon next at new testimony. Mm. Chahlbs IIkwitt, wlio has been ami will open her private school Aug. 1. o'clock. This will bo the Hnal meetparonty, returnul to Souicr-- Her Hitroiis and others will please take ing before the fair mul it is hoped that visiting JfEW ADVERTISEMENTS. HuiitUy. notice. all of the directors will bo present. 12. Mhmwi MiyNiu and An'ie Stuadh aru J.T. Johnson, of London, bus bought 0. Walton, Secretary. vMtliit: tlu Miaew Ho veil at Cumberof Mr. Cath Bailey uu acre lot on Logan Tiik little missionary workers of the land Avenue for JUOO. It Is bin intention to Presbyterian Sunday pehool, between ....j... .Mason, Lightning and Wire Top Mil It. W. I4LI.AKD law ntlHriiuri from build n nice house and perhaps a planing the ages of .'i and 10, brought in their ami joined hi iluugli-tera tour of Virglnta , mill on iu boxes Sunday, when it wait found that Green Ilriar. Tut: jewelry establishment of Uobeit they had collected nearly $12. Bowman Hon. W. II. Mili.ru left Sunday for Fen awl was attached a few days aito by Owens got the largest amount, S2 2S and Now York City, where hu w 111 be severClemens 0.nunp, Cincinnati, for ;S$0. was awarded the prize. al weeks on business. Porcelain and brass Preserving Ketites; Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Mif4tk Katk IIckilk and Snllie and Fie hss sent an attorney to see the firm White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers, Fly Paper and Fly Traps. A Caku Walk. Tho I. J's. played Kate Cook, of Hustourille, Mere guests and hopes to be able to resume business ball with such a dah and vim Friday in a short time. of Mr. G. M Cooper. Wire Cloth Spring Hinges and Corner Irons, Grind Stones, Scythe that it took the breath of tho Danvilles Miw. W. C. Wkahen and Mi. Annie Ykstbiiday whs the coolest Ith of July for seven innings and then it was too Stones, Grass and Weed Hooks, lades and naths. V. Jam went to Lexington Saturday for years. The mercury had gotten only lato for them to win The I. J'a. came Full line of cakes, Candies and Fruits. Trices to suit the times. to ntteud the ClutiiUuqUH. to 0V by noon, after starting in the 50s. to the bat first and wre retired in one, John W. Knolkxan, of Kliatliutli, is The Ewveral "bowers of Sunday ami the , twnand three order anil Danville wnsciv-oSfxudiiifc h few iIhvs with lite tKtruiit-hails wett caused tho rapid drop in the a dose of tho same medicine. In the .Mr. and Mrs. It. C. Kiigloiiittii. temperature. second tho Danvillea got in two rtnw on MimMahoik HrciiANAN.of Cnib OrchMost all the stores are having the errors. One score was also made in the A Cream of Tarter RiUnj; Powder HigheU of Satunlay en rout to Frankard, I Met United State electric light wins run into them and sixth by wild throwing. Tho romaining all in lcaemng fort to vhrft MIm Daisy Mutou. (fOTcrniucnt F d Ilep'.rt. Walton's Opera House has Bccresnre seven large, healthy goose- Mid- - nil should. Coi. T. S. HitNso.v, our exeullent k ROYAL I1AK1NR POWDERCO, boys used a lot to W all tirvvt, New ork. dlebtug coirpoudent, was here to l contracted for 50 incandescent and eggs. In the sixth our of timber, assisted by errors, which when the ojxmih there will be no tend tlm teacher's uxnMiinalioii. ' J. II. YEAOF.R amounted to five Bcorep, nnd thinking I. M. DRUCK. ICkv. and Miw. J. M. Bute i! and prut-t- y onusti to call for more Unlit. they might need another proceeded to BRUCE & YI3AGER, little ilitiightor, LiVerne, itrrivwl FriTiik committee on preparing the hammer out one more in the seventh day on a visit to Mrs. N. A. Tyruo. w grounds and amphitheatre, tell us that Danvilles died hard, but tho repu fij Miu. Uaac Hamilton, who luw bwn everything is neariim completion for the Tho tation of the I. J's. was redeemed. Tlipy HI for h k)iig time, win taken to a lies fair and that the ring will be the tiuest longed onco more to hear the glad shout STANFORD, KY. Saturday tnorniiig. pital at in the State. It is an eighth of a mile of victory and receive from the cranks The above firm went into effect July itt and reand for Mil J. KiiASMfs Biiuck is uow engag- and as fast as one could to for its size. and their best girls those winning smiles spectfully atks a ihare uf the patronage of the public. ed will) M. II. Snyder & Co., in' tins live Colic, Constipation, Jt'i.Y ltt has come and gone and a as in days of yore. Tho features were: "Castorlatsso well adapted to children that C&atorist cure Diarrhoea, stock eommisition biislneet In Khiimis Eructation, Sour Stomach, NEW RIGS AND HORSES I recommend It as superior to any prescription glance at my books revealed to me that Two base hits, for I. J's., Koenan, Kills Worms, ghtxs sleep, and promotes dl- City. H. A. Archir, M. D., known to me." pestion, singles, Arthur .'I. Stncky .'. Have been purchaied and mihins but T. Coinith, Mrs. Sua IIhukIi-ma- nil of my accounts are. not squared. If Miia. Without injurious medication. Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. for Danvilles, Temple, Breckinridge turnouti will leave thr itaMe Mm lilnic Warren ami Mr. A. A. you have not paid for your spring suit, Hits Tns Centacr CoMrjufr, 77 Murray Street, V. T. one each. Struck out, by Give MoKinuey sH)tst yesterday at Hale's plcac come iu ami do to. I mn iu need and Jonea Holoran 0, by Kiting 0. Danville Advo- of money ami am compelled to make this Well. cato please copy. Foil personal reasoiw, dipt. J. 0, request. II. C. Bupley. : : Ids resignation as Urvant lis tendered Titon: who went to Turnersville ThursTiik following was received from the Brown Llgiit Infantry, of naptain of tin GO TO Pittshun: nine: "London and Pittsburg day evening last to witness tho rensAiiic. VLcxinnton. dition of "ljidy of Lyons" by the crossed Imts on the 1st and the contest Mns. L. B. Cook, Mrs. Mary Brown was as fine as ever feen in tho moun- Home Literary and Dramatic Club, On Monday, July II, 1892, Craig, Mirt IMIo Hoot and Mwi Sadie tains. The Pittsburga won V3 to (3. Bat- were well repaid in every particular. In nt up to Green Bmr Friday teries: PittsbuniH, Pugh and Held; Lon- tho first place they saw a splendid per- County Court dnr, the undersigned committee will Lllbrjl door in tell publicly in front uf th to spend a week or two. don, Jones and liiley. Pugh struck out formance, far beyond their expectations, Manlurd, between t and a p m , Mil W ll Manibu, of Nashville, S and Jones !;'. Wo would like to hear and secondly they met with a warm 18 Lincoln County Bonds brought hits wif and Imlm up to spend from welcomo by the hospitable people of the Stanford Kids." Of Denomination of $500, a few weeka at Hon. John Sam Owsley's that vicinity. The piogrammo did not - FOR and returned home Sunday. Tiik younger clat.s of society people mention a welcome address, but Miss Due In five yc art and bearing six per cent internnnually. Birtn'GiiiNTEAi), of Danville, is are looking forward with much pleasure Kthvl Beazley recited a beautiful poem est and payable W. E YAKNOy, Miss 4V Com' G. U. COOPKK, Wr visiting Mikh IVarl Uose and Mips Sudie to the psriy to be given by Misses Annie very fitting for one and after it came tho J.D. PAXTO.V, J f Mason county, is the guest of Bronaugli Knglcman and Sue and Bessie rendition of tho Lady of Lyons. Misa Pickett, Mies Mary Lusk. Went Kml. Woods at Mr. George Knitleninn's to- Florence Beck, representing Pauline, the REPOIIT OF THE CONDITION Mu. H." I". Wilson, formerly of the morrow evening at S o'clock. A num- victim of lovo nnd pride, took tho leadOK Portman House, has accepted asituKtion ber of invitations have been issued and ing lady part and acquitted herself in THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, with J. A Diek i&Oo., funeral lirectors, the xuty promises to bo a most pleasant a moat creditable manner. J. T. Hock-e- r AT STANFORD, occasion made a splendid Claude Meluotte, Detroit, Mich., as embalmer. In the State of Kentucky, at the ckxe of business as much at home in that charPhok. J M. HuiiKAiH) left ywtorday to Tiik Barhnurvillo Herald is kind and was June i, 1I92. A. C.SINE J. N. MENEKKS after enough to say: "The Intkiiiou Jouii-na- l acter the gardener's son as he was in attend the Lexington Chautauqua, RF.SOURCF.S. disguise of the "Princo of Como." which lie will mako an extensive trip 264,313 10 Loans and discounts gave us later news about the demo- tho old stamping grounds in cratic convention than did any of tlm One would hardly have thought Mr. Slocks and bonds through Ins 5.'7 9 3 Hocker merely uu amateur for ho was as Other real estate 9,93142 $149,341 jo Carolina and Tennessee. North it city dailies. On Friday mornimr, I3ST , the energetic was the only piper here that g.ivo any much nt ease on the stage, nn ho is when Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 1,471 7& Mu. Lewis D. selling goods at his store. His was a U. S. Uonds to secure Circulation Bar- 50,000 00 and companionable editor of tho account of the nomination of Stevenson furniture and fixtures, 9,150 00 very dillicult part, but ho went through Iljnkius-housbourville. Herald, was hero Sunday to for vice president on th democratic Duelrom Hanks. J.'36 69 black-eyebeauty, with ticket. Hurrah for the Intkiiiou Jouu- - without a bobble. Jack Beazley repre- - Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer buo n little I Bented Col. Damns, an uncle of Pauline, ... 3,35000 NAL." j percent, of circulation whom he fell in love on llrst eight. 36 and nlso did well. P. Lewis made a cap- Cash J. B. Walton will make a tour Rouoh and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, brackets Phof. Sam Dollinh, who last fall shot Peto Dwight Boot plnyed tho Total fj9,743 33 of Kentucky, beginning tho llrst of the Whitley, at Crab Orchard, Saturday ital Beauseant. and Verandah Work. nnd the Notary nnd L1AIIII.ITIUS. week, in the interest of Centro College night added another victim to his list. dual role of Glavia $oo,ooo 00 Mr. J. West Bai- Capital stock AETD Academy. He anticipates a largely in- At a negro festival, a short distance from was much applauded. . Surplus fund..'. 30,000 00 ley, as Mons. Deechappellea and Win, National Hank Notes outstanding upproaoliing sescreased attendance tho 45.ooj 00 town, he had some words with Gabe Bradsbawas the Landlord, both bavo The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. 118,493 30 Individual depsits subject to check-.- .. sion. Advocate. Fish, another negro, and it is reported right to fcol proud over their work. Tom Due to Hanks 7,176 45 .. Da. John Moiuian Sims, of Anchor-n?- o that without provocation he shot him - - . Fund to pay taxes 973 63 Ofllcc Asylum, came up in response to a through the bowels, mortally wounding Beck was good as Gasper, while Jim Slock reduction uncalled for 100 00 light role of Capt. dispatcli that Ids brother, Joe Johnston him. Dollius t scaped ami has not yet Deazley played tho . ...?J9'i743 33 Gervais to perfection. Little Misa Cyn- Total typhoid fever. was very ill with karm.no: He is, as ids record been arrested as Widow thia Jteck was splendid ltslance on hand ..4 la 53 been down soveral weeks, but shows, a desporately bad chsmcter. lOyMi 51 $11,3:4 04 and Miss Dovie Talbott na Madam Last six months to be Improving now. Descliappelles would have doue credit to or ii rou.owi: uisrosED Tho announcement of S. F. Collmie Miss LizzikCahtkie, a immt accomDividend ?6.cei a of tho Stanford Female a professional. Miss Ethel Beazley rep- Surplus lund .... i.jus) who has hold a posi- the nxt plished musician resented Jnncttc, tho landlord's daugh- Expenses paid l(9 37 in another C'du nn and tion in Christian College lor riuveral College V73 61 T.xe paid ter, and Marian, Pauline's maid acquit- Paid oil bad debt $11,11404 H years, left last week for Like Chau- it giveH us pleasure to know that the cioditably in both oharac-toiunfor a laruer mu'ri.-u- l itin than ting herself prospects tauqua, N. Y , where she will study JOHN J. McROIIUKTS, Cashiir. Capt. Dupont, 2d ollicer, was well is in J. S. IIOCKKR, President. der the famous Sherwood and further over is assured The ins itun-iof John Carter. To th bottr shape every way fir a Hiccvhsfnl done in long P'is m short it was a first perfect hurself in music. story make a Mn. and Mm. Jow CoPt'KY, Mr. and session. The faculty Ii.ik l)eii incroai-eclass show and was, as it should have ami strengthened and numeroiH addiMrs. It A Graham ami vims! been, well patronized Tho music by W. B Hill, May Graham and Kllu May Sanndeis, tions to the appiratus, libriry, &:. Messrs ll. It Thurmond, Emma Uuiin To havo our ph to raphs taken. Ho kep up to liesr made President J. M. Hubbard iH de- Squire Peyton nnd Miss with all tho went to Groan Briar Satuidsy iiiw 'i ihi mui.ii i WHS gOOU ai(l ll Bro. Barncn They had numeiourf break termined to make bis school the fore- pleasure of tho occasion.' MrH. J. F Go- downs aii.t liair breadth eteapes goiiiK most in Kentucky an he will if ho ia vArBiiiierintendedtheholebusinessnnd And examine the Studebaker. Z ar load j'ust received. And will L'hevou good ulUfhctlon, a'nd coming, according to the stories of properly sustained by those he has a ;h Inrue p"ition of the credit for the capi W A.J KARP, Stanford. is one ner. tal performance right to expect it of. ' the young ladies. -- :- . Mnj. T. P. Hill, Wk now hnvoa stock of woven wire nctl children, Dosi't inil to read the advertisement of InteriorJournal who have been with Jr. relatives hero for and slat fence made of oak pickets. Sine J. S. Hughes, who seeing to be pushing Homo tiinn, left yesterday for IJuiralo, & Menefee. to tho front rapidly. 9 9 Wyoming. Mr. Hill will meet them nt I am agont for tho Win. Deoring Co.'s July 5, 1892 Cliioigo anil take them on the Ion;,' ntul The base ball boys think that M. P. Stanford, Ky., twine, tho be6t in tho market. J. II. Elmore is their mascot, lis nttended tiresome journey. Bfliiglimau. ids first game 'Friday evening and tho B.C.WAI.TON.BUB.MQnQKer CITY AND VICINITY. y I. J's. won. MAttuiAOK license was issued yestei-da- Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. 3u Fall Session Tuesday, September 6tli, Full corp of Onvrvatory and Normal School teachers, 1S92. - rounes In Literature, Muite and v 1 GHANGEa -- 9 m ... .......... fur-nis- h THIS W!BE -- y The' New Cash Store. e San-didg- e. Be-bur- m m post-maste- r. m '$ W se J. S. HUGHES. lr Mt i m G. Now Is the Time to Buy J-ars- at ill tre--gt- Fruit Jelly Glasses, Tid Cans, Sealing Wax AKlN6 n POWDER McKIlTlTETr BROS. jhl Absolutely Puro -- I h nt-- mii urn, m m m mn lirst-class I fiMNi rfil J IaI Infants Children. .an Y2 1 n. ai them a Call. Lincoln County Bonds iron -- A. A. Warren's court-hom- e "Model Grocery" kx - "I FRUIT JARS, JELLY GLASSES, TOPS AND GUMS, SEALING WAX, &C SINE & MENEFEE, : --- d, Sami-son- DBAliBKS e, S&SH. DOORS END BLIMDS. WOVE2T d . isj WIRE SLAT FENCES. :d and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. kSinm Mel-not- te Do You Need a Wagon ? m sen-do- ipp-ar- s s. d GotoEarp'sArtGalltry latest improvements, 91-- iy At CALL AT J. B. FOSTERS H -- '"J 1 S 'i1 ' k: T4 ..? Semi-Week- m nwwwua'iiiy a'YwJ s-:- . f ly Interior Journal AT LET ME REST. i From Dear Kate's Scran-Boo- published Every Tuesday and Friday $2 PICU YBAR 1 K. ..VDV.A.2CC1C. not so paid S2.GO will In charged.- u. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train i.aves Howland at ;:oo a. m., returning at j:aop. m. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. M til train going North .......513pm South. The latter trains alto carry passengers. The above Is calculated on standard time. Solar time is about ao minutes fatter. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Trains pass Junction City as follows: & C Special r:a6 a m ; Fast Mail ia:57 p m.; New Orleans Limited 3:17 p. m.; Special 8:400. m fc C. Special yc6 a. m. ; Blue Grass Special 6:00 a m. ; Cincinnati Limited :S p. m.j Fast Mail a.iS p. m. South-bound-Q Ulue-Grass North-bound-1 Express train ' South r. .1 North............ L&eal Freight North " , " South....... .... - P" ipn a 9 1$ m .639 54,m am He does well who does his best; It ho weary? let him rest. Drothcrs! I hare done my best, I am weary let me rett. After tolling oft in vain, Baffled, yet to struggle fain; After tolling long:, ' call) Little good with uiickle pain, Let merest. Hut lay me low; Where the hedgeside roses blow; Where the litle daisies grow ; go; Where the winds Where the footpath rustics plod; poplars ned; Where the breere-bowWhero the old woods worthip God, Where His Pencil paints tho wd; Whete the wedded threstle sings, Where the young bird tries his w logs ; Where the walling plover sings, Near the runlet's rushing springs ! Where, at times, the tempests roar, Shaking distant sect and shore. Still will rate old Rarnesdnl o'er, To be heard by me no more ! There, beneath tne breear West, Tired aud thankful, let mo rest. Like a. child thatsleepcth best On its mother's gentle breast. ed DR. W. B. P ENNY, LANC ASTER,G ARRARDCOU NTY. Dentist. Office South side Mam street, in office recently vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, SUnford, Ky. Office m& on A. S. PRICE, Drug Store, Stanford. 3;SURGE0.V DENTIST. .Main street, over W. II. McRoberts R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. DENTIST. (s moving to the Higgms office, Lancaster street. extracting. Nitrous Otide lias given for pmnl r r STANFORD, KENTUCKY. DR. JOHN STANFORD, Office Hours: Homoopathic Physician, KENTUCKY. 1 .... u loto V a. m.; M. CRAIG, to 3 p. m.; 8 to ,'p. Office on Lancaster 39-t- m. street, opposite court-hous- DR.. 19 6m J. A. AMOU, - - Office opposite Coffey House, Stanford, Kentucky. . DR. D. E. PROCTOR, S HELTON HOUSE, being the 4th, both banks are closed. Miss Georgie Miller entertained the Junior Club handsomely, last Friday evcuinj; at her home on Danville Avenue. John Lnyton, who wan fined $50 last week in tho police court on each of 77 warrants, for selling whisky, has compromised by paying $700. The floral hnll nnd other work nt the fairground are about completed and everything points toward n successful meeting. No fair in the State oilers more liberal premiums thnn Garrard and besides it is worth tho price of admission to hear Henry Saxton's baud. Maj. James A. Burnside, on behalf of the directors, has secured the services of a celebrated aeronaut to give two balloon ascensions during the fair. The major is to be congratulated on his success. Tho Hying Dutchman and red lemonade men are yet to be heard from. Mr. Wm. Evans, a brqther of Mr. George Evans, died at the home of the latter and was buried in the Lancaster cemetery Saturday. He was a member of Captain Price's company from Garrard county in the Mexican war The funeral services were conducted by Eld. To-day Bucklln'B Arnica Salve. 1 1 ono of the methods employed by tho I tor The best salve had no conscientious sores, ulcers, salt in the world tores,cuts, bruises candidates who Is a Candidate for Circuit Judge lu the 13th rheum, fever letter, chap subject to the action of the democratic party scruples ns to tho manner in which they ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruji morning in Stanford and I wilt deliver Ice even' piles, or no pay requirtions aud were elected was the employment of ed. It is positively cures i?iv. perfect satisfactioc, Rowland at one cent per pound or sixty cents per guaranteed to last of each week. M. C. SAUFLEY, professional bullies ut the polls. There or loney y refunded. 1'rlci JC cents per box. hundred. All accounts due JA.MliS t IJUMl , tl.tr tale b A. K. Penny, sunioru, Ky, For Manfurd, Ky. Of Lincoln, It a Candidate for Circuit Judge In were a number of men who were noted this Judicial district, subject to the action of the for their fighting qualities in every counDemocracy A Safe Investment ty iu tho State, who, for a pecuniary to brine I. nnc whlihiv viiarautecd failure, vou satis a if or in compensation wer ready to champio"u factorv results, price. case this safe plan return of P. B. KILEY, Proprlotor, II. Gov. you can On your purchase the candidate who had the largest purse buy from our adveititcd druggist a bottle of Dr. - - - Kentucky. It n Candidate fur Congress In the Sth CongresKing's New Discovery for Coutumption. It and to do whatever dirty work necessa guaranteed to bring relief In every case whent London, sional District of Kentucky, subject to theactioi of the parly was tho busi- med for any ntfection of the throat, lungs or chest' ry to achieve Biiccess. It I hive moved to my new Hotel and am better tuch as consumption, mllammatiou of the lungs, ever to ness of these bullies to take possession bronchitis, asthma, whooping cough croup, etc., Prepared than attached accommodate the public, and every convenience deper. S. OWSLEY, pleasant of the polls as soon as they were opened eti It isanu can and agieeaoie 10 ine iaiie.Trial sired. Gite me a call. always w rcncu upuu Ictty sale FRANK RILEY. 7; Is a Candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney, tub and to nllow none to voto who were not bottles free at A. R. Penny's drug store. ject to the a. lion of the Democratic party, la any favorable to tho candidate whoso cause Judicial District to which Lincoln county may b Morlt Wins. assigned. 11 AUG UMAX, they had espoused. This, of course, Wpdcstre to say to our citirens that for years we caused trouble when two or moro bul- hate been selling Dr King's New Discovery for FIRE AND STORM Dr King's New Life Pills IlucV. HOUSE AND LOT FOR RENT. lies were employed on tho different sides Consumption,Salve and Electric Hitters, and have, Jen's Arnica never handled remedies that sell as well or the and frequently led to fisticulfs and hate given such universal satisfaction. e do I offer for lent the Homo and Lot belonging to bloody noses. Tho power of these des- not hesitate to guarrntee them every time and we the estate of Capt Gaines Craig, and adjoining Representing Dr. J II. Owtley, on Hustonvllle street, Manford, stand ready to refund the purchase price peradoes was acknowledged by tho conKy It has eight looms, good well and necessary results do not follow their use. These great outhouses, remedies have stituted authorities aud they were left in their merits. won their Penny, popularity purely Hartford, of Hartford, Conn., Druggist. R. A. P. M. McKOIIKKTS, Agent, Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. 18. it to ply their vocation without tho slightSlaulord, Ky. A carpenter by the name of M. !. Powers fill est interruption. In fact they were re- from the roof of a house In Katt Des Moines, Iowa, Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, a painful and teriout sprain of the Falls Branch Jollico Cool Co. garded ai heroes, who,were deserving of and sustained he cured with one bottle of Cham- Ins. Co. of North Amorica, " wrist, which for their berlain's Pain Halm. He says It is worth Jc a applause rather than censure Companies. I would Miners and shippers of the GENUINK Alt of which are cents. For sale by Dr. M. Pol. friends in zeal and proficiency in their chosen pro- bottle. It cost him soand Optician, Stanford, Kt, be pleased to wait on myWill insure this line. tornaL. Hourne. Druggist against issued. icies promptly fession. Those who accepted the bribes does, wind storms and lliihtnlng Lightning clauses attached without additional charge Try it We are the sole accnts for Stanford and that were paid by these men were sure Office at First National Hank Stanford. Rowland otiUe tomtr ol Depot tlrcct and rail to get a terrible pounding if they failed road crotting HIGGINS A WATTS. to vote according to promise. It was When Baby was sick, we gave bcr Caatorla. of the duties of a bully to atalso a part Castorla. tend political speakings aud superintend When she sras Child, she cried for Dealer in General Merchandise, When she became Mlas, alio clung to Caatorla. tho applause that was givpn to his can Lumber and Shingles. When she had Children, she care them Cattorla, DBM.I didate and to suppress that given his op Goods sold for cash only. It glvet me pleasure I am doing ponent by yells and hisses. Tho result to state to the public In general that nicely under the Cash Systeit and that the people of all this was to causo tho various canare rapidly catching en to the (act that it is the Ami Country Pnuluce, better system, both fr tlie buyer and seller. They didates to make haste to secure tho serMr. Van Pelt, editor of the Craig, Mo. Meteor, also know that I sell aoodi for about a third lets Hat opened Ms slock ol'gowdi aid Isready to ere vices of the ablest bullies as soon as pos- went to a drug store at Hillsdale, Iowa, and asked than my competitors who do credit business He the pcopl of Stanford and vklnlty. He It offerhand a splening unheard of lbrgalns anil all who want good constantly of member that I give dim a the physician sible after they had determined to solic- something for in altendjnco toand loosenessdosethe did assortment keepDry Goods, on Groceries, Cloth- gils at the h. .i p.tilile prices should call on of of cholera morbus so much brttrr the neat ing, Hoots, Slices, Hats and the like Call in and hlmon Logan Avenue, near Lancaster pile, to it the votes of the people. It will bo bcnvels. ilesays. "Melt morning that I concluded to call on the physician seemy stock, which it replenished almost dally. seen from this that iu comparison with and get Mm to fix me up a supply pf tho medicine J H. HILION, Rowland, Ky. I was surprised me a bottle when he handt-importance of securing the services Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dlarrtura Rem-of the of the bullies the questions at issue be- edy, He Mid he prescribed It regularly in Ins .NOTICE TO THK., practice and found the he could get or prefore the people dwindled into insignifi- pare. I can testify itto Itsbel efficiency in my case at M I can supply the families of Sianford cance. Time has made somo changes in all etnls." For sale by Dr. Ky. L, ltourue, Drug-gand vicinand Optlrtsn, Stanford. ity wilh home made Ice at 6o ,ts per too pouuds, this respect. Tho almighty dollar and lets than that amount at one cent per and manufactured Ice at ,1 cents per km poundtor iH the promise of reward iu tho wny of I have opened In connection with my Hotel, the cents for smaller iiuantiMi-s- . Ice delivered every morning I call spnlal attenisou to the John office has taken the place of the bully at ltring C. 'a Celebrated I X. L. Peer, for the polls, but all tho same the commenwhich am agent. Will furnish in eithe keg or bottle rite for prices. '.nay retain tary upon the ellect upon tho public ..A K llKK.MKR. Stanford, Ky. 3r morals is unchanged. A dirty scramble :ts youthful color, First-Clas- s for ollice has taken the place of statesand boauty, manship and while politicians are as And offer the services of it to the public. Ilrand plentiful and about as useful as mofqui-Iocnew vehicles and fresh blooded horses make my daily it stable compare with on the Mississippi river, genuine statesmen who originate measures are as with in The Best Give metho Country. scarce as hens s teeth. a call. Dlt-trlc- ICE ICE II. T. NOEL t, f THE RILEY HOUSE. James McCrcary DeiiKK-rati- J. JH., J. II. INSURANCE AGENT ifsattt-fjcto- ry firxt-clas- s Original Jellico Coal. J. H. HILTOIT, C. D. POWEI.I., -IN- General -:- rHerchaiitlisc, 57-- ICE MD BEER. ut TRAVELING PUBLIC. That Your Hair MYERS HOUSE, fullness, dress lire-m- er 1 Livery Stable, s J Rowland, 33-a- m : : Kentucky. J. 0. Frank. As the Opera House is burned tho young men composing tho" hop club are at a loss as to where to give their hop during the fair. The latest 'idea ib to erect a larg" platform near the residence of Mr. P. Y. Spencer, on Lexington avenue and in connection with tho hop give a lawn party. It has also been suggested that the hop be given in the floral hall at the fair grounds. The Daniel Boone Club, of this place went into camp and pitched their tents at Island No. 10 on Saturday morning and the day was devoted to killing squirrels aud preparing for the feast on the 4th. This is an old organization that celebrates the anniversary of the declaration of independance regularly by an barbecue on the banks of Dix river or Hanging Fork. Tho best shot at tho target. Bhooting with an old fashioned rifle, is the president of the , . cum jor ine ensuing year, as no spea tators are allowed it is difficult to ascer tain their sayings and doings, but it is believed they have what is known as a good old time. Referring to the old time elections beforo the adoption of the constitution of 1S49-5- 0, it may be proper to say that MIDDLEBURGrCASEYToUNTY. Most all the districts in this part of the county have employed teachers. Prof. James II . Allen has bought the GifTord property and has torn the roof off. added another storv and otherwise Ayer's Hair Vigor It cleanses tho scalp, cures humors, and stimulates a DANES THE JEWELER, P W. GREEN, Proprietor. AL. I1URSS, Mauager Office hours 7 to 9 a. m. and 5 to 9 p. m. THE GOFFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY , HOTEL AND SALOON privately my frame Hotel and Saloon at Rowland, which are now renting at S65 per month. It it centrally located and a fine point for business, being at a termini point on a divis-to- n of the L. & '. It has good well, stable coal house and other necessary outbutldings. Address MRS. MARY C. FERRILL, Stanford. 1 I offer for sale PORSALB. MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, AT ROWLAND Milliner and Dress Maker Corner Main and Depot Streets, Stanford, Kentucky. Has just received a handsome line of Sprin? and mmer Millinery and invites her friends and the n,iMi- - (r.nirillv tu g ill in and set first choice. Hats and Honneti trimmed In the latest style by jnott artistic hands. MONUMENTS Of.all kinds, Made and Set Up in All Parts of the Country. No Agents employed. 19 6m I son, w. adam's & Lexington, Broadway, No. 4a improved it. J. C. Coulter and John W. Wilclier have bought of the St. Ellen Land and Coal Company 1,000 acres of fine timber near ueattyvllle ana will move inuner and begin work about July loth. Wo are to have a s fight for county offices. The met a" few days ago and named Tvlor Jasper for sheriff and William Miller, of this place for jailer. Bill has not written a letter of acceptance yet, but I presume it will come out in due time Warrants havo been issued for the ar- rest of Roy and Crit Spears, Allen nnd Jas Hot-liand John West for disturbing re ligious worship at Mt. Calvary. Sunday, June 20th. They went there drunk and behaved in a manner to disturb the worshipers in their devotions. Wo have known Roy Spears from childhood and have never known of his being in trouble before and it in a little strange that he allowed whisky to get so much the better of him ns to act so badly. We have had hut little acquaintance with the other boys, but have heard them frequently alluded to as tough citizens nnd a lesson in the way of a good sized fine might do them good. three-cornere- new growth of hair McRoberts' Drug Store, Stanford, Kentucky. Articles to Suit the Most Fastidious. A complete line of Dr. Lowell, Mass. J. JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. C. Ayer & Co. This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, it mw I intend to conduct it so as to not only maintain its high reputation, but to add to its long list ol friends. Special accommodations for commercial travelers and line ro. ins fur the dtsploy of samples. In my charge and Watches, Clocks nrohibi-bitionist- pike, FOR, RENT. 4 Desirable Farm ol 140 on Crab Orchard W. II Miller. (70; nines iiuiii ai4iiiuiu A 37-- tf Jewelry First-Class!Saio- on Notice to the Traveling Public. I have had And MILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached. JOSEPH COFFKY And SILVERWARE. Complicated Watch Repairs and Artistic Engraving a Specialty. it THE SIIELTON HdUSS At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and have in connection with Hotel one of the licit saloons In the State, open day and night; anight man meets all trains. In connection with Houe have also one of the best Mineral wells in the Mate and for reference to water, call on Mr and Mrs G W, Patrick, Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Floyd Ingram, Krln, Tenn . A A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. I) E. Proctor, C II llraum, Mr. and Mrs T. V. Hamilton, Rowland, Mr and Mrs. F. 11. Johnson, New Haven, Jim Cox. Greenshuri;. Rates Jt per day J M. f'etrcv, clerk Give ine a call gSoiy J. W CARRIER, Prop. e s t o ck: lUue-Grass "LOCUST GROVE" FOR SALE lllue-l.rass farm All goods sold engraved Ireeof iharge. Vour patronage retpeclfully solicited r For Sal In the corporate limits I Twenty Building Lois of Rowland. II. I. DARST. Rewland. Ky The finest Farm and richest soil in Lincoln co., Laud, situacompriilng 4J0 acres of ted within two miles ol Stamord, the county seat Shelby City turnpike of Lincoln Fronted by the and accessible to the Sianford and Danville turnpike. This Is one of tho best Slock Farm in the region and is in a high state of eulil Abundance of water lor all purport vanon growing Soilisfrmleand is suitable for 1the land is of so he herrp, tobacco, corn and wheat. be divided and two fine locarsd so that it can Farms made 'I he improvements are a large ami commodious dwelling, a convenient stock barn, Ac . the best ol fruit of ah kinds, etc For Infor K II JONEb, Stanford. mation, apply to J U V RILEY,' Plneville. THIi STANFORD Watertight and Ice Co. To 1 Farmers. am Agent lor the Celebrated I.B.PDBERTX, Druggist and Jeweler, Has a Complete Stock of TO THE FARMERS. I am Deering : Harvesting1 : Company, And offer their Machines to the people of Lincoln county. Their Hinders are unexcelled and their Reapers and Mowers stand the highest of any in the market. Also keep all kinds of fixtures on hand. See me before purchasing. Office at First National Hank. J. H HAUGHMAN, 18.1m Stanford, Ky. DQHTT STARVE. Voursclffo death when you can always find thing palatable ami nice at some- DRUGS. : BOOKS'j WALL PAPER, PAINTS, JESSE D. WEAREN'S, Who keeps fresh from the markets, the gardent and orchards Choice Fruits and Vegetables, Candies, Cakes, Crackers, Drummers' Lunch Uiscults, Graham V afert, Reception Flakes and everything nice and good to eat. No stale goods alio ed to accumulate. YOU SHOULD .Our stock of. We have. SEE Staple Groceries, And Provisions, The best Flour In town. Sweetest Hams In the market. Prices as LOW than anywhere 111 the city. Goods delivered free of charge. Produce of Givo me a call. all kinds taken In exchange JESSE D. WEAREN. John D. Gents' Furnishing Goods. Cattleman. A. G, Lanham ps ? ROYAL insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL. B ARBEE & 0 ASTLEM AN MANAGERS, EVERYTHING IN SHIRTS, In plain, plaited, puff and neglige. The best stock of Summer Underwear in town. Scriven's Elastic Seam Drawers are the best. Collars, Cuffs and Half Hose. We have added a line of Commerce w Building, Louisville All new and the latest styles. Remember that Thomas Emmerson's Sons' Shoes arc the best. Agents throughout the South. "wVA. OTXBBEE, Local Agrsat, STANFORD. KY. SBVBBA1TOE 5c SOIST. agent for The Central Kentucky Hedge Fence Co. ot Lancaster, and offer the services of both myself and the Company to the cttirent of Lincoln county. I am very thankful for the liberal patronage received and hope by fair dealing to hate quite a number of FARMS for sale ol the Farmers tn necl of a (jood merit a continuance Lands tn Lincoln county. II fence will find me at the Myers House in Stanford verv best Farms are all welt improved and good These en each County Court day, running in sue from 3010500 Acres. rich lands, M. W. JOHNSON. 97.6m Considering ihcis locality, their richness and fertility of soil, the convenience of turnpikes and rail, roads that bring markets right to our door, they are cheaper than the Lands of any other (.ounty Is the State There is irart.ly a Farm in the county over smiles from aderot. The county is checked with turnpikes running Dealer In inevcry direction There is not a public road en termi; the county sent that is uot Macadamised. Domestic We have the Knox villi) Ilranch ol the L. A- N II R. dividing the county from Kast to West and the Confectioneries, Ac. C. S. R R irom North to fsMith; the K. C. R. R. from this place 10 Cincinnati, crossing the C. & O. Has with him a first class baker and can furnihs at Winchester, giving full access to the markets ol S7 read. Cakes and the like on short notice. the whole world. Resides, we have three large Flour Mills in the county that give u a market fur all our grain right at home; and the develop mentoi the mountain regions ol liailcrn and Kentucky b tailroads and the outlet South by railroads has created such a demand far all kindsol cercalsand provender that wecan olv retain enoucli tor homccimsuinntlon. I he people are prosperous, generous aud kind, I believing in Christianity and education. There , is not a neighborhood in the county but hat a gcoa cuurcnanu tciiuui-uuu.- c. Stanford, the county seat of Lincoln.it a prosperous little city of about a, 500 inhab.tants and is the great doorway from the North and Northeast South and from the Northwest to southeast, and standing as it does gaiing right Into the bosom of the undeveloped mountains of Southeattem Kentucky backed up by the whole 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 mannfactures and other enterprises of magnitude. Water Works are now Deing agnaieo anu rigm of a mile aboue the town about there could be erected Water Workt with very little cost that would supply a city of 150,000 inhabitants with the purest and bett water in the been newly rebuilt in world Our littlo city the last few veatsatul Us buslnets houses aril res. with larger cities of greater Idences will compare pretensions. Our merchants and tradesmen at all prosperous and doing well. Ve have two banks with a capital stock ol $400,000 that are prosperous aud in a good rouditlon. We have splendid schools. W e have a t emale liiiilihnc. with over 100 nu rvii . . i,.,,. pils in attendance and under the prlncipalsliip of Prof. J M. llubbard.it in a flourishing condition. We alto have a Seminary that Is a good e school, with Prof II. F- ,'kema'i!1 '.'i';"1have one of the oett 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. Dealer in the above. We have elegant church builnings, representing full denomination, Hogs every .data talent andwith adoing corps 01 minister! Orders Sheep a belter business are of fiat Solicited. Stock Cattle and Sheep a specialty, than any class of men in the city. stock I nave trieu 10 mE for tale or wishing tu purchase same, will do well without anv exaggeration or coloring, at those to call on or address me An experience of fifteen who know will bear ne out, and thote who wish years in this business has been of profit to me and to buy pleasant homes at lair prices and locate I think I can make it profitable both to the buyer among'a good people with all the belt surroundand seller. P. O. address Stsnford, Ky. 100 ings, would do well to call aud ice me before Office nt the Myers House. olsewljere 1 II. T. Bl'SII, REAL ESTATE AGENT Stanford, Ky. Has contracted with retpomible firns lor Its plants and will have the Ice and Klectrie Plants completed in about slaty dart; the Water Plant soon after In oidcr to place Individual contracts In advance far Water and Electric Light, the Company ofTuri the following Necessary water pipes wit! bo laid, connected to mains at actual ccat lor pine anil work Mectru wires put In lnl necessary fixtures fur- nt.hed free ol charge To be of bent quality and gtssranteed lo give satisfaction. The schedule of adopted rates it from Jj to so per cent, tower tha it usually given Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. Dwelling of 1 rooms, one faucet Kach additional room Each additional faucet Storrs, Ranks ami Private Olttct, ilathi, pnvate, one faucet Hose attachment for sprinkler Sublet, private, one animal Kach additional animal .. 1 . $500 1 54 eo laucct .. , 5 00 j'ea 5 00 1 VJ ioj Electric Light Rate3. Por commercial use: One arc and three 16 c. p. Incandescent lamp per wr.. p. tvach incandescent light, per mo, Far in, 70 00 00 Foreign and Fruits, I 11 For iti II 11 16 Far Residence Use: c. p iticondotccHt lamp per mo... Co For each additLual For lurther information, apply to Ji-tt 4th" yl II " It II II II " ' ' ' " " ' '" . a Z l9 South-cattcr- n J W. HAYDKN.Sup't, ,tc. I Farmers Bank&TrastCo. OF STANFORD, KY., Is now fully organtrcd and ready (or busmen with Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. - - Surplus, . 19,000. SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL. HANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same aiteUand under the same management. By provisions of Its chaiter. denotitnr. fully protected as aie depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held individually liable to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereof, In addition to the amount invested in auch shares, It may acta executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual. To those who entrusted their bulsiness to us while mnaging the Lincoln National Ilank of Manfoid, we we here tendcrour many thanks and iruii iney win continue to transact their business with us, offering as n guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years' experience in banking and as liberal accommodations at are consistent with sound banking. lllue-Gras- s threo-fourt- hs m hs it' r - - MHKCTOKS: WILLIAM MORELAND, for Cattle, and ; i" ........ -.., J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; J. M. Hail, Stanford; J. S. Owtley, Stanford ; S.J. Embry, Stanford ; J. E. Lynn, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgeville; J. F.Catb, Stanford; S. H. Shanks, President. William Gooeh, Sunlord, Ky. pur-basi- ng UM. Bright, Teller. J. D. Owaley, Cathier. ' d. tA s.