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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892070801 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. T - ' X v Semi Weekly Interior -- Journal N0.3S n vol. xx. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. DANVILLE. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. JULY 8. 1892. ML VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. 101-pou- nd LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. s. il & k Miss Margaret Kinnninl left TuesA Sheriil James W. Moran hud n celeboy nt Jonas McKen-zie'Tho Control Record will be issued day for n vi.sit to friends at Midway. bration the Ith of July and rejoiced OPENS SEPT. 14, 1892. n daily during tho fair. 08 A daughter was an arrival at tho Rom, to tho wifeof Cornelius Tyree, more than any of the balance of us. It Twtnty-veDr. Charles Splllman, of Paint Lick, proleuors And intlrtictors, eight courses of study as follows Agricultural, Scientific, homo of Mr. and Mw II. G. Boyle, last a boy. k died Tuesday alter h brief illm-hs- . lllolosical, Civil EnRiiieerinj, Mechanical Engineering, Veterinary, Classical, Normal School. County was a boy. , R. K. Thompson, of Garrard, was will run from Ieba- - Saturday. A colored woman named Clarke, appointee received free of tuition. Hoard in dormitories Sj per week, in private fimllies $3.50 to $4. Special trains catalogues apply to JAS K. PATTERSON, Ph. D., Prea., Loxlngton, Ky. Mose I'arbee, n coloied hero Inst week buying stock. living between here and Pittsburg, acci- lor non and Paris to tho Lancaster fair. man, men .Monday night and was buriml Miss Mattio Newcomb has completdentally turned over on nud smothered Tho lumber isbeing placed on tlio ' ed :i rug containing :5o,000 pieces. her little baby to death a few nights ground for thu now grain elevator near Tuesday evening, Mr' R. Welsh and family, of Miss .Margaret Spradlin began her since. tho depot. school TuesJay in tho Buckeye district. Quarterly Conference of the M. E. Tho Junior Club whh royally enter- - Kansas City, are visiting Mr. Geo. Tuesday was quarterly court and Church Soutli is going on here now nud Mi38 Gracio Kinnninl Toes- - Welsh and other Danville friends. by iuh inmuy 01 mo late w. Miep some important business was disposed the town is full of preacher, ninonc day evening at ner nomo on aiuuumi pard nro preparing to remove to Rich- of. them tunny prominent ones, all of nvenue. 0s-lemond, Va., nnd will probablv get oil" one Tom Hester Is visiting New Haven whose names I cannot get. Frying This settles It. "Gooso Dealers In and M. C. Miller, Jr , is holding down chickens ate ripe nnd plentiful, thank says that tho People's party candi- day this week. Prof. II. C. Scamp, of Ktnory the key during his absence. the Lord. date for president will, beyond all doubt, Oxford, Gn , is visiting friends in Mrs. J. W. Xesbitt hns turned out A sewing machine agent, claiming elected this fall. be Tho Kentucky Hedge Fence Com- Boyle county. Thu professor graduated eight teachers this year, soyen of whom the name of Vermillion, was captured have already secured schools. here last Friday while in the act of repany met last Monday and elected W. from Centre College in ISO I. Gib Green, a young colored bov, whs Teucliers' examination was held last tailing home made white liquor. Ho is II. Kinnninl president and T. J. B. Tur-ne- r Shoes, sent to tho workhouse Tuesday for 10 Friday and Saturday, A majority of the now iu jail and will remain there until secretary and manager. when ho will go to Louisville. advised tho people to "keep daya for petit larceny. He approbated applicants passed successfully. October, l'uck The following goods we are going to close out Tho Masons of this place, ou Juno Several crooked letters were found in cool" on tho Ith of July and his advice some goods from tho residence of Felix 21th, conferred the degree of Kastern his possession. was heeded to tho letter, as everybody Fisher, Inst Saturday. Mr. Smith, of tho ilrm of F. L. K. Star upon 15 perons, the majority of John Matthews, of Barbourville, is put on winter clothes and felt by the W. Smith, architects, of Lexington, ar- whom were ladies. a candidate for commonwealth's attorUro. A hail storm, extendingsome two or ney in this district nnd if lie don't get As Saxton'a band plays for tho rived Wednesday with plans for tho refair, they will come hero on modeling of R. V. Phillips' buslines three miles in width, passed through the there it won't be because he is not a Stanford It will pay you to see them if you need anything in the list: Thursday nud arrangements have been houso, corner 3d and Main streets, and northern part of the county last week, hustler. He was iiero this week nnd didn't wait to hunt up the bows, bu made to give an open air concert in the for tho new residence of I). P. Rowland, playing havoc with everything. light Dress Goods, including Fine Dress Patterns, on Ilarrodhburg Avenue. Miss Nannie Klrod, of Pulaski, is wnded into everything lie came to re- All park Thursday evening. 'I ho Danville Organdies, Swisses', Challies, Canton Crepes, and Nlcholasvilles sick at David Henderson's. Mrs. Dr. S. gardless of color or aue or politics and Lee Gill, of color, bought and ellip days. Brandonburgh Cloth, Pine Apple Tissue, Cotton Challies; lot them know his business. of bay maroa this week met hero Tuesday evening. Score 1 to 0 I'. Davis lias been ill for ped a Hue jmir Gill in favor of Danville. Tho features of Vaden Collins, of Sinks, had a flue The fourtli of July was celebrated Xewman, of St. to Mr. Scott bought them from dllferont parties the game were the battery work of Kit- yoke of oxen killed last wee"c by light by many of Londons citizens at Bern- - Gents' Puff Shirts, Ladies' and Misses Shoes, paying $ 173 for the pair. They were ing and Jones nnd the tlelding of Tem ning and John W. Brown, of the Glades, stadt colony. Wrestling, Ladies1 Waists, Ladies' ready made Underwear, ple and McRoberts. Kxpfrts my it wn in like manner lost a largo mare mule rnccs, sack races, dancing, beer nnd nabeauties. including Gowns, skirts, Corset Covers, &c. game ver played in Danville. Mr. Wui.Cnrinic.ie! was riding home tive wine were tlio few attractions and As the Christian church is receiving the b,est Mr. James H.Steele nnd Mim Ma- from town the other day during a heavy all who were present persist iu praise of Also a splendid line of light Wraps. Frank will preach at repairs, Kid. J. 0. Sunday morning. The mie Bottoms obtained marriage liceine rain, and ligutniug struck a tree near the entertainment. A friend of Dave the courthouse Tuesday. Tho bride is a daughter of him, stunning both himself and horse. Colson's "set up" four kegs of beer for union service will be held at tho MethoTurner Bottoms, of tho West Knd. conThe rumor concerning Idol's him and boomed his candidacy in every dist church in tho afternoon at 5:30 morning Mr. W. T. Willi.ims, of of having killed young Mullins possible way. ducted by Kov. Amos Stout. R. C Ford went to Knox county Tho cholera is working its way Danville, obtained license to marry Miss some six years ago, has not been and has reached Italy. There Nannie N. Walter, of Stanford. Tho strengthened by any new reports, and to spend his 1th and says that Watt westward 0 ceremony took place at tho Plnenix Ho- Iool remains very low. Hardin mude the finest democratic is a largo immigration from Southern A select crowd held a grand barbespeech up there he ever heard. Dr. W. Italy to tho United States and it is of tel, Lexington, Thursday morning. Tho e cue bride was the of many at Heron's Spring ou the 4th. Col. P. McKee, of Florida, is visiting his tho utmost importance that prompt and useful presents. T. T. Wallace displayed his hand us a many friends and acquaintances in Lon-- ' steps bo taken to prevent tho introdiic-ioJustin Leo and Osear McKinney, cook and general manager, much to tho don this week. Frank Riley is satisfied this country. of the disease into Has a Complete Stock of that it is only a question of time when -- Col. John K. Faulkner, of Rich- two little negroes, each about 10 years pleasure of those present. old, were playing with an old gun MonTho primary election hold in thi8 he is U. S. Marshal and so am I. He mond, was in town the first of tho week. : Bright and day evening, when Justin Minppod county Saturday for the purpose of nam- snvs Cleveland is sure to win. Misses Maggie .Miller, ) it at Osctr. There happened to bo pow ing thu nominees for eherifl' and clerk, Wil-Dave Colson and John Henry Carrie Woods spent tho day at Gruen der but no shot in thu gun, when it resulted in a victory for W. G. Mullins son met in debate nt Manchester, Inst Rriar yesterday. Mr. John II. Ilrewer, WALL Miwos Kato went oir and burned Oscar's eyes nearly for the former and S. D. Lewis for the Monday, and John Henry wouldn't di- of Lebanon, is in town. out. Indeed it is thought he may loso latter place. vide time, as it washisnppointment, nnd and Lillian Kinnalrd are at Green Rriar tho sight of both. After the shooter Miss Lei'hn Cook, who has been vis- spoke for three hours. A few questions this week. Springs had been kept in jail until Wednesday iting Mi.ss Kll.i Jopliuand Miss Margaret were nsked by David nbout what Joliu Tho library of Oirard College, Philadelphia, is inaccessible to clergymen morning Judge McFerran ordered his Spradlin, has returned to her home in Henry was reported to have said nt ho was too youug (o proeo Misses L. M. nnd Rosa Williamsburg, in which Mr. Wilson deRichmond. and the keeper iodised admittance to relenso as Myers have gone home, after a week's nied having snid nnythiug personal Ingersoll, a few days ago, cute. MY ENTIRE STOCK AT Col. Robert G. About two jeare ago Marshal Hay-do- visit in this place. against Colson. Col. A. II. Clarke of, believing him to bo a priest on account shot his wife witli nn iron pistol Miss.es Mnttie and Ida Hiatt, of Km uaruourviiie, nunounceu tits camtiuacy Upon being tohl of his smooth face. nnd likewise chopped her a few times iuenee, gave a delightful receptiqn last for circuit judge at tlu same time, The that ho was supposed to bo a clergyman, with a hatchet. For this Marshall was week in honor of their guest, Mirs Ger- - colonel has man v warm friends iu Lau-- ' the Col. said: "The devil you say," Those needing adjusted Watches can get the following movements was' told., "It's all sent to Frankfort for two years. Gain - trudo Weber, of this place. Mips Lucile rt?l. John Henrv ami Dave are prettv whereupon tho Col. inc sotm "kooiI time," li wns relented Jopliii has returned from an extended ' well divided in their follow inu about at prices stated: U. w. Raymond's SiO; 1N0. 50 Elgin $20; No. S6 in." right sir, walk right week and leturned to find Anmtidn, visit ro relatives in Paris and Rich ' here. Elgin $20; John C. Duber $14, Hampden; John C. Dubcr special CnpL Mike Salter has In his posses- this hln wile, divorced. They made up their inond. Si 7, Hampden. Other movements in proportion. All work neatly sion a canteen made of cedar, upon ditleronceB, however, aud Tuesday morn J. H. Albright, of Brodhend, was The Central Kentucky Hedge Company. and promptly done. Call and see me. RDHT. FENZEL. which is beautifully carved u lone star Amanda appeared at tho court lioue hero Tuesday. Joo Adams, of Paint The btockhoiders of the Central Kennud tho name of tho owner, "W. L. inn Lick, is here, on his way to visit rela- - tucky Hedge Co. held their annual lxniisi-ana.- " and wanted the divorce "lierntchod out.' If jou wish to enjoy the "out iloor iilc'1 totlo Stevens. Sergeant Major First fullest extent, ride a found a few days since She was told that in order to live with Uvea iu Texas, and to view the wouder-fu- l meeting at their ollice at Lancaster, on It was sights of the Loue Star State. Billy Monday, July 4, for the purpose of electold Bland blacksmith Bhop, on Marshall lawfully afjiin, another mar-riunear tho COLUMBIA OR HARTFORD ceremony was necessary. Bmitty Pay liter went down to Ganard Sunday ing ollicers for tho ensuing year. W. IL the turnpike leading from Lancaster to Wiekllil'e, " tent at the Mime time for to mo his wife, who is attending the Kinuaird was elected president, National ilanville, and must have been lost by BICYCLE. Kvhii S, Warren, hai also returned. bedside of her hick daughter, Mrs. K. E. Bank of Lancaster treasurer, T.J. Brngg's army was in the soldier when The Columbia is tco well known to need cur general manager. Board l'rof. V. C. Grinstead was unani- Thompson. Kentucky in tho fall of 1So2. The 1 he Hartford is not recommendation. of directors, W. A. Anderson, L. Y. Leav-elequaled at the fince We furnish It ith the "Colmously oleeted principal of the Danville To moriow, iu the town of Nicholas is having it repaired ami says ho umbia ' Pneumatu Tirej foriao. Alex Gibb. A. W. Smith and T. J. public school Tuesday night, Mr. W B. vllle, will be held a convention to nomiwill institute a search for tho owner. a froo Holmes uiakiiiR the nomination. Tho nate a candidate for Congress in the Stli B. Tumor. Report made by tho generWE SUPPLY EVERYTHIh'C HEEDED IN It is undoubtedly time that in have no other trustees are MesM. T. P. Currey di&tiict. As jet there is but one Candi- al manager was good and met the ap country like thU, those who CONHECTIQOITH BICYCLING. K. Gibbons, who take the place date, and not likely will there be'ai.y proval of all the stockholders. The shoes have tho right to go barefooted; and A. 1. Idol and 0. X. Smith, company did a splendid business this of P. repairing-Write u when jounced who 11101 e. Itistobe hoped the diU'erent but it is a question worthy of serious anjthmt'. r mtwi.li. ration whether tho children of served with .Mr. Holme lust year. There counties will send larL'o delegations. last season and they have every reason . a nnnihoi of letters of inquiry be- - therebv showing the Hon. James B. Me - to expect the Iatgest business this feeaeou G. M. & CO., all who are able to procure shoos ought N"o 111 regard to tho princi Oreary their appreciation of his ability, they have ever done, as they claim ad not to bo required to wear tliem. fore the board 448 West Main Street, Stumped toos, stone bruises and various prilship and a number of direct applied his strict attention to legislatiqn and tho doubts have been fully settled in the of the people concerning the LOUISVILLE. - - - - KY heel and toe ailments caused by broken tions from persons who wished to bo great interest always manifested for his minds merits of the fence. We aie glad to sharp rocks and rusty nails would assistants. From tho "latter Miss Klla constituents. glaFN, Judge Morrow was with us W.'dnes-- ! know that they have seen proper to thereby bo avoided and tho fathers and Birkerand .Mm. Lucy Welsh, both of continue Mr. Turner as their general of Danville, were selected. The trustees day. He is a candidate for mothers saved an immense amount READY are undeeidtid whether to have the anil Rockcastle is solid for him. During manager, as he has become identified trouble. On with tho shoes. of our farmers, school begin Sept Wm in the old build- his term on the bench he has given uni-- ! with a great number many of whom are his friends, duo to ing or to wait until Oct. 1st, when the vorMtl satisfaction. Ho is a HUBBLE. lXL,iS 1tk'VWV'JISV new oio will bo ready. gentleman, a just judge and a man who' his having manifested a proper interest Findloy Phillips was arrested Thurs- can poll more vote than any other per- - in his business and having a good store is about all in the stack in Wheat THE BEST day morning by Deputy Sheriff" Jntnes son in the district. Under the new dis- - of knowledge on hind on the Biibject of this locality. field ql barley Baughman, on a bench wanant, itied iionqntlnii w.i nn snrn to luivn a ronubli- - hedges, ami is always ready to talk iu It. D. Bruco has one por acre. after an indictment found last March, can judge, and of course we want the his plain way on the subject of care and w liiub threshed out 5'J bushels hacks on the lino be- charging tho defendant with a breach of best there is in that party, and Thomas pains that should bo given hedges while We have two growing in order to secure the best tween Lancaster and Danville, making the peace. Tliy breach consisted in Z. Morrow is tho man. Findley boating, gouging, pounding and daily trips. We seldom fiud so many members fence in existence. Tho nice diuner furnished at tho otherwise maltreating Lee Blovins, in of a family who live in their native Vil Williamsburgs Not in It. The picnic at the iron bridgo last Saturday Pumpkin Hollow, in the knobs. Find- - lag as long as those of the Miller family! Cheapest London, July G. There was a game of by all. ley ran away after ho was indicted and of this place. M. J. and M. 0. Miller, was enjoyed Our beef club opens up here Friday went to Illinois, where ho soon got in Mrs. G. A. Coyle, Mrs. J. J. Williams base ball played on the Williamsburg evening and hereafter when there is jail for cutting a man named Miller, abo and Mrs. J. Y. Cuter, have lived here grounds ou the 4th, between the kid,jLION PAINT will cover one-hal- f more space than any Paint mix-nin- e of London and the Williamsburg ej by hand and is guaranteed to give satisfaction. anything you wish to hear, or any one a gallant 6011 of the proud old Common- all their lives, with but a few years' exAccept no substrGood Agcnts wanted. Manufactured by you desire to see, come ou that even- wealth of Kentucky. When Findley ception with some of them. Mrs. Coylo ing nine, and tho kids from London did tute came in Thursday morning he made no crossed the plains from Missouri to Ore- the work for them, winniug by a score ing. LI0N PAINT & COLOR WORKS, LEXIN GTON, KY. , George Scott and Miss Luella defense to the charge against him nnd gon with her husband in 1S57, and after of 23 to 20. Mr. W. II. Carrier umpired ; Mr. A. R. Penny, Druggist, Agent, Stanford, Ky. visit-In- r se for '20 days. a few years' stay, returned via Panama the game and did it fairly. The Wil-- ' went to tho McDonald, of Spencer county, are Robinson's. G. P. Bright left James Vaught, a 19 year-olwhito boy, and Cuba. M. J. Miller, our leading liamsburg boys played a good game, but James Scientific American for 25 merchant, fought in the Mexican war, never will bo iu it witli the kids from Saturday morning for rennesieo to buy wan also sent to tho Agency for London. There was a large crowd out LiilCOlll I COlllltV I BOHClS days, Thursday, for raising a distuibance and M. 0. Miller, our present county bouio sheep. .1,,. ...,...., ,.lr. thank Mr. W'.l J Mis Simpson, of Marksbury, and in tho German colony of Now Austria, clerk, was in the late war between the to see FOR SALK. M. II. Moore, Pete Fogle aud a few othof Lancaster, are visitMav 7th last. States. Ho was in several battles and Mies Thompson, Mies Sue was wounded at Olympia Springs, Bath ers for the kind favors shown us while ing Mrs. Col. ltico this week. i A meeting of tho Society of the War The batteries were: in Williamsburg. returned from Harrodsburg. county. Gentry has of 1812 was recently held in Philadelis visiting For Williamsburg, Blakeley aud Sutton; On Monday, July II, 1892, CAVEATS, Mrs. James Englemau TkADE MARKS, phia. The secrutiiry reported nn increae Charles King, w.io committed rape for London, Pugh, Jones nud Itiley.' County Court dar, the undersigned committee will DESIGN PATSNTS door in of the tell publicly in of membership since reorganization, in- on a couple of white girls, was given 10 COPYRIGHTS, etc. James P. Wren, captain Losdou kid fctantord, betweentrout a p. m , i and -- Owsley Carman tmd his little sister cluding 40 survivors of the war, For information and freo Handbook write to county. If ho had been nine. rangiug years iu Webster speed of two horses on r trvinu tho Oldert bureau for securing: patent In America. 18 Lincoln County Bonds ' was thrown, from SS to 101 yeara of ago. It is sur- a negro tho penalty would hayo been . Erery patent taken out by us Is brought bofofu Friday last, when Owsley given frco of chrgeintlja At Vicksburg, Miss., Smith Tooley Of Denomination Of $500, tho collar bone prising how many of thso old fellows death, without tho formality of a trial. dislocating Ida shoulder and L. Adams wero lynched in tho ", There are over 2,000 tons of silver and John forehead considerably. aro still above ground. .i .,Mtnc hi e yard for the murder of Ben- 2rjsSiMss.!i'.i.rDf Beuton Harrison, of Peru, Ind., bars, 55,000,000 silver dollars aud $35,- called and dressed the V. E VAUSOH, T vj Dr. Carpenter was Larccst circulation of any scientific paper In t'ua ) Com P.. 11. COOPER, He is owns a calf with five legs, two tails and 000,000 in gold coin stored in the Phila son Blake, a planter and merchant of world. Splendidly Illustrated. No Intelligent wounds and set the uisiocnuuu,, J.B. PAXTON, J man should b without it. Weekly 83.00 . Kedvrood. a wing, which growB out of its back. delphia mint. writing. year i 11.50 six months. Address MtNN 4 CO, doing well at this j well-known STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. J"'S , d j SEVERANCE & Boots and Carpets', $c. . lg" y 8CDN9 , -- Col-leg- o. Dry" Goods and JNTotions, Gents' Furnishing Goods, vq .. Regardless : of : Cost. wheel-barro- w Wed-nesda- v con-fehsio- n WlflcROBERTZ, ret-ipio- hand-som- Druggist and. Jeweler, n j DRUGS, BOOKS, PAINTS, 1 ' PAPER, H j NOW IS YOUR CHANCE. ' -- -' n OUCED RATES ' - j , j I o kill-in- i: B.Tur-uerhecretarya- cap-tai- n l, 1 j "... rSv fW gSf First-cla- ss AIAISON tl IB' lt j whole-soule- d Gf&mtoS &mHE& For ' IS I AIMT MADE. Best is the iMwmlsWMnWyvLXmi mnnlh jilii ; work-hou- work-hous- e .... ilMiJiiKj puUlolj-anotlc- court-houi- e -- court-hous- """' gtitntitit rcitLuwxiu. 3ci JMuweaw Broadway. Mew York. r'.vv:! flM4iJ J , .'- -. .' -- . MBTiKg ir- s Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal KY JUI Y Stf ANFOKD, W. F WALTON. IP-A-Gi-IE- SIX S. On Fridays. to pet Tammany, having found that it could not lead, has determined to follow. Tho executive coinmitteo adopted a resolu tion pledging earnest support to Cleve8. 1892 land and Stevenson. Its chief, Richard Crokor, urged prompt and incessant work for the ticket and gave it as his opinion that it would win, and carry New York by tho largest plurality ever polled. Gov. Hill also urges a united support of the ticket, which all signs indicate will be elected by an overwhelm4 ing vote. 7 k Gresham to nccept tho uominatibn for darkest Africa, killing inoffensive peopresident, the people's party, in session JUC. ple, hut when it came to running for at Ouialin, finnlly selected Gen. J. 13. in England he wasn't in it. Weaver, of Town, for president, and Parliament The people made all sorts of fun of him Gen. J. G. Field, of Virgiuia, for vice All the pople sooni to say: and finally defeated him by an immense president, a Union and Confederate If for bargains you're looking majority. His wife, Dorothy Tennant, general. As calamity howlers this so- To the Louisville Store you must go, came to his rescue, or ho would have called party takes the cake. Every o And then be convinced the abovo is x. been entirely annihilated. body and everything in this country are going to the devil on a toboggan slide, Mr. C. B. IIyan, who has been Chief unless rescued by this aggregation of Clerk for General Passongor Agent II. la Receiving His impracticable and malcontents. The W. Fuller, with otlico at Cincinnati, has judges are corrupt, tho press is subsi- been promoted to assistant general dized, the preachers are hypocrites and of the Chesapeake A Ohio. He This unhappy is one of the mofrt faithful and accommoall mankind is vile. Btatc of affairs can be remedied, how-ee- dating men on tho road ami has won Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Gie me call. Ladies, ask to M.othat Lawn by free coinage of silver, the his promotion by the most untiring serSelling at oc, buforethoy're gone, of sub treasuries to loan vice rendered for many years. And don't forgot the new style lace tho peoplo money at 2 per cent., the That trims the dross in such cowl taste. is stated on good authority that of railroads, tele government control It graphs, telephones and what uots, all of Judge Frank Finley, of Williamsburg, which tho platform promises shall be will not be a candidate for circuit vouchsafed if Weaver it Field are elected. judge, as reported, but will try his hand MIDDLEBURG, GASEY COUNTY. It is a pity that so much good time and again for Congress. He didn't like the money will be wasted in tho rainbow way he was treated at tho London conEverybody going to Liberty Saturchase. The people's party hasn't any vention two years ago, and intends to day. moro show to carry n single State than even up old scores or "bust." Since tho rains the water mill is the prohibitionists, whom they give a In Shoos you'll find Juit what you neod, The Louisville Critic, which has been again mashing corn. gentle slap by saying that temperance confinement in And cvory pair is guftmntoed; of Col. Bradley's stauuehest friends, After several days' Atand virtue are all right, but such ques- one The pries on them it just $2, - also reads the riot act to him on the bed, Joe Henderson is on the streoto. tions, important na they arearesubordiAnd you can bet that they a In I's. W. I. Giinn is graveling tho rod force bill. The clever colonel had betuate to tho great issues now pressing leading to Yoeemite. James Bryant has ter be warned in time. for solution. taken the contract to paint tho new NEWSY NOTES. boarding house. Tub Danville Advocate takes occasion Several from hero attended the Max Benz killed Win. Ochs at Louisin view of the near approach of tho end teachers examination held at Liborty of Judge Thomas Z Morrow's term a3 ville and in a lit of remorse ended his last Fridav and Saturday. They repott circuit Judge in this district and the own existence, --The ron ship, Peter Stuart, was a lively time as 51 wero in attendance, his county to another distransferof trict, to print some highly deserved wrecked on the rock3 off CJhebogne, , A. Lipe, who has handled Uncle Gentlenioti, now here's a chnuce (I.ate Alexander's Hotel.) or pants; Sam's mail pouches hero for tho pnat 12 j To buy a otmt, words of praise of his official conduct, N. S., and 14 lives were lost. An unknown negro attempted to years, quietly went out of sorvica lust In boys' and children's wy'v the stock, which we heartily endorse, during his Rates 52.30 Per Day, six years of term with us he has proved outrage two women near Jasper, Ala., week and J. W. Brown has filled the And price that are down bod roek. place. and and was shot to pieces by a mob. himself a competent, Cor. Jfferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court House, E. S. Fisher and W. T. Coultor, exunbiased judge and u courteous and af The Legislature after taking holiday fable gentleman. Our lawyers speak in on the 1th commenced the old grind perts in all business relations and won : A. W. Jones, . J. Sullivan, W. R. LOGAN, derfully talented in tho beef steak ine, tho highest terms of him, as do eveiy-bod- y again Tuesday without a quorum. J.x J. Marshall, clerks. furnish the public with baef at Manager. who has had business in his court. The negroes and troops collided at can now The judge is a candidate for circuit Jacksonville, Fla. Two negroes were all hours. R. B. McAninch's mill hs been judco in tho new district composed of fatally and a private slightly wounded. Pulaski, Whitley, Rockcastle, Wayne and The dailies report three fratracicles moved from here to a point near Our Hue of Csrpu is iuunoni, on the Trace Fork pike, whero ho An elect iH quality at Xi cents. Clinton, which has 25,000 republican Tuesday, one at Hope, Ark., another at majority, and his friends in this district LEvansville, Ind., ami the other at Charles will begin work hi a few days. Ho says BarjidiM we Imve many mora, Filty pair-- . Ladies' lu-- t m Made he has enousih material to run him Give ns a call at the Lotiigvfilo Store. hope to hear that he has been awarded ton, W. Ya. some time. Th republicans of the a B. P. Higgins, Somerset's ElMaude Farris 23th district would honor themselves in who is charged with assaulting Finetta honoring him. Woods, has been released from jail on liott, of Somerset, aro visiting relatives here. Miss Lizzio Marksbury, of Lana ?1,200 bond. In order to escape the heavy taxation Hrocn sizes, all of the best makes, reduced from $3.50 per pair to There is an exodus of negroes from caster, was the guest of Mrs. B. K. allowed under tho new constitution, Christian Swope, Tuesday. Y. A. Coleman was in M.75. count' to Kansas nnd other many banks in tho State arc distribut- Western States. Nearly 1,000 Sateens reduced from per yard to ioc; Dress Clmmbray re have, left Liberty last week. ing their surplus among the stockhold- in dticcd from 15c yard to IOC. Miss Pauline Smith, of West Ylr Cotton Serge from i6Mc yard the past few months. ' ers. The Henderson National declared to 10c. James Murphy shot and killed Wil- ginia, has been employed by the College a dividend of CO per cent., 5 pt--r cent, goods must go in the next 30 days, so call at once and liam Faubrlon it Chapel Hill church, ti take charge of the music 'Apartment payable out of its earniugs of the past Bedford, Ind., while the congregation the euminu session. Miss Smith was Thort is more Truth than Poetry in th secure your share of the bargains. six months and 25 per cent, from its sur- was kneeling in prayer. here last winter and her work proved itbovu versos, ni wu lmva n plus. In Hopkinsville, for instance, tho satisfactory in every particular. W. M. Tyler, president of the municipal authorities have levied a tax From what we can hear it seems Ind., National Bank, committed of SI. 50 on the $100 of tho capital and me grave ui uis uuuguier, iur that we are to hnvo a picnic here on buiuiuu uit surplus of tho banks. Bankers claim whom he grieved to desperation. the 23d. It has not been decidod yet that such a rate will drive many banks At Pottsboro, Texas, M. M. Pierce what grounds will be used. Mr. Joeter, out of existence. shot and killed his hired man, cut his tho manager, will try to have a big success of it nnd a host of fun for all. After having turned Mr. Clarkson wife's throat and then committed suicide. During the storm last Thursday the Ho suspected the two ot intimacy. do vn and had W. J. Campbell, of IlliEtumett Orr, of the Owen News, is lightning struck the cupola of the M. E. nois, chosen in his stead as chairman of J Church, tearing it up and doing considtho National committee, Mr. Hirrison the fortunate winner in n law suit in During the year 1S92 I damage on the inside of the shall keep constantly on - erable OKfinds himself minus a campaign manager North Dakota which gives him posseshand a full and complete church. This Bcems a bad place for stock of Mr. Campbell having declined to accept session of a tract of land worth 515,000 churches, ns the Baptist church was the honor, on account of private business or $20,000. While a number of men were en- struck some two years ago and burned affairs, as ho alleges. There is division up. and bad feeling in the republican camp gaged in threshing wheat on Joe Orr's We are not prepared to celebrate thtit bodes ill to it, and promises to re- place, near Crossland, the boiler of the the glorious 4th as other places, but had dound to the benefit of the democratic engine exploded and of the 11 men who our small share this time. There was a were hurt, two are dead and four will large crowd in town all day, resting and party. My stock of die. explaining tho wonderful changes in the Lester II. Gale, teller, and W. E. An item is uoim: the rounds that Mr Late in the evening a last centurv. Watteraon said at a banquet at Chicago, turner, bookkeeper of the City avings laree crowd of both old and young, after tho convention, that he was espec- Bank, of Nashville, Tenn., have tied, great and small assembled in tlu shady Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers ol ially jubilant at having succeeded in taking with them $11,000 of tho bank's yard of Mr. Collinsworth and spent a prompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas putting into the platform a free trade funds aud leaving only one cent in the most enjoyable evening; tho band played Daltoii in charge A. R. PENNY. a few pieces and all left happv. plauk, for tho purpose, he said, of see- cash box. Which must be sold and if low prices At Lexington a hot nir balloon in ing if Cloveland could carry that load. THE RING MY MOTHER WORE. will be an inducement, it will positively We hardly believe Mr. Watterson said which Frank De Ivey was making an be to your interest to buy from the originKate'3 Scrap-BooFrom Dear it, but as his opposition to Cleveland ascension, collapsed 300 feet from the ators of low price;, the It it net et with precious gem, was so pronounced, it is of sufficient im- ground. He jumped before it struck 'Til but a quaint and simple thin;, if he can. tnougn lie was portance for him to deny it and thus saved lus UJe, Yet moro than jeweled di.idem fivprrlv ininrpil. I prwu this dear old fashioned ring. Tub last of the four presidential tick-- , of the Whh only about She laid It in my trembling h.ind ets is in the field and you can take your ,. ., , lwifc ftf Mlft vfltinnni &, nfl.,k , And bade me wear It evermore; -choice without putting up any money. of Buffalo, N. Y., examined, the defalca There's magic in its narrow bnd, The wedding ring my mother wore. Of course the more sensible men will ac- tion foots up $426,630. It is believed the first named. Cloveland & Stev- steal will reach half a million. cept the Two names In letters old and dim, That time and use have worn away, enson aro tho nominee of tho democratic Dann and Are graven on its narrow rim, party, Harrison k Reid of the republiare in jail. The records of a vanished day. can, Bidwell & Cranflll of tho prohibiThese names are writ on marble now, Jflmea Fetters, of Greenup County, And we can show as nice an assortment as the people have tion, and Weaver & Fields of the peo has sued Frederick Yictor for 510,000 The parted twain have met once more, FOR- This ring records tuch wlemn vow ple's. , damages for despoiling his homo and The wedding ring my mother wore. to nomi- alienating his wife's affections. This is The democratic convention Dear patient hand that tits at rest not tho usual nor the best way. The Dear ring that binds my ssul to her, nate a candidate for Congress in tho Sth shot-guis more appropriato for bucIi He this my future holy quest will bo held at Nicholasvillo district, cases. To see in it God's mosxnger. July 9th. The delegates, from My passport to the city fair, Tho Louisville Southern had its 4th ONLY. Jthis county should beor it in mind and of July accident. When this fantastic scene is o'er, All Styles and Colors of An excursion train Dear emblem of our circle there attend in a body. Gov. MyCreary has was thrown from tho track by the The wedding ring my mother wore. mado us a splendid representative and spreading of tho rails and two cars wore -- Mrs M. L. Kaync. With every purchase of a Uoy3 Knee will encourage him. your presence overturned and burned. Ono man was Pants Suit will give Mrs. Jauo E. Farris, of Crab Ordangerously nnd eight A late census bulletin says there are killed, three chard, relict of Henry W. Farris, a notslightly wounded. 1 513,510 moro males than females in Tho free silver bill recently passed ed turfman of his tiny, died yesterday in thiB country. Immigration is given as Home-Spun- s. by tho Senate provides that all the bul- her 7Sth year. She had been in feeble A Handsome Windsor Neck Tie. the cause of tho excess. The old maids lion the treasury must bo coined first. health for soveralmonths, but alio grew in can take fresh courage from tho thought a few Vys njjOi nnd surrounded ia more than a man for every The mints cannot do this in three years. worsb Parents, hore is a chance to plcaso the that there Mr. Bland says tho bill will havo to ho by her several children, passed calmly ono of them. Joining tho Presby-terin- n boys. amended and sent back to tho Senate, to a better world. church at an early age, Mrs. Far3fr. Cleveland has informed the where It may bo talked to death. Soris lived an exemplary lifo and was liked on notiIn a letter read at tde Tammany chairman of the enough to be fication that ho will receive the commit- ciety celebration, Senator Hill urged tho by all who were fortunate Stanford, Ky. Manager. democracy to present a solid front to her friends. tee on the 20th inst. Aftkr trying in vain Judge TIkxky M. Stanley could inarch thro' pass-engniie- r, the enemy and be loyal to democratic principles and rpgularly nominated candidates. Letters from Cleveland and others wero rend. Tho burning of Niedringliaus' alleged ttn plate plant in St. Louis is reported, the loss being placed at only $15,000, insured. It has been the custom of republican orators to refer to this as ono of tho groat mills that vindicated the Melvinloy tariff on tin. A terrific tight occurred between the striking laborers and the Pinkertou's at Carnegie's works at Homestead, Pa. Wednesday over 200 "Pinkertou's" aron two barges to rived at Homest-a- d guard tho mills, and all tUy long a bat tle between thesa ami tho strikers on shore was kept up with guns, dynamite and lire, resulting in th deaths of 11 strikers and 9 Pinkertons, whiln from IS to 20 on each side wero seriously wounded. It was near nightfall before the workiugmen would accept a surrender, and when they did tlnallv consent to it, they seized the arms and ammunition of their antagonists and marched them oil', the enraged men and women of tho town knocking them down, trampling on them and subjecting them to most horrible tortures. The captives wero finally shipped to Pittsburg, whero they will be placed in jail, charged with mur der. Other Pinkeitons In Pittsburg are reported ns fierce in their threats to avenge their comrades. omsv; ills COLUMN. Store KS B.K.&W.H.Wearen's. 5EiA8(MAlBI,H! AT- - 8 Garden Tools, Rakes, Hoes, Spades, Shovels, BoomTaRa to-de- Traces, Collars, Pads, Haines, Leonard Jlefri$cr ators, White Mountain Freezers, Water Coolers, H.4G.RUPLEY,-- 1Stotti-1&tt&, BoomTaRa Spring Summer Goods GLASSES, BoomTaRa Tops, Rubbers, Sealing Wax, -- FBTJIT JAR 3 JELLY Tin Cans and Preserving Kettles FARR 83 & HARDIN'S. 'dxQy&ED Boom Ta Ra Yt j THE WILLARD. M5 Louisville, Ki. ' nionovGgzY IMSGM&S. clear-heade- d 1 corn Ta Ra -- Dun-vill- e, The Bottom Knocked Out walk-ove- r. Mif-se- s and-Matti- o REMEMBER I5c 36-inc- h oThesc Vin-cenne- s, W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. I IMMENSE A. R. PENNY. STOCK DRUGGIST AND JEWELER -- Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. ToiletArticles Glass, Books, WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWEJCinr one-ha- lf Louisville Store, SPRING CLOTHING IS ! Book-keep- er Arm-stron- g " 6PJIIX0ICAIL OUR STOfcK COMPLETE I n This Week Ever Seen in Stanford. v FHEEI OF CHABGE Cassimeres, Worsteds and Please Examine and Price Them. e M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. i ''A.X'3-- r W" rwH frr'; ( wy vf- - m0p Wk now have a stock of woven w!ro IIkmkmheh the sale of Lincoln county man. Ho leaves a wife and six helpless and elnt fencu made of oak plokutH. Sinu bonds Monday. The committee has nl- - children to mourn his Ioq. The troublo trruir mil nf an n.litfi.f tlinf sM.m..iij1 A Mt'tiufco. ready been olTored more than par for the j,ero last fall g the election. Partin Youn ncconnt la due and ready. whole 50,000. let his gun go oil', shonting Smith's fath- 8, 1692 ICy., July Stanford, or through the The son said he riposo call and flettle. I mean you. A On account of the republican rally and would nveugn bis father with IMrtin's H. Pt'nny. G. A. K. meeting nt Leban6n, Julv 10, l"e. Whpti th'y met yesterday Partin E.C.WAWON.BUB.ManaRer '.V h" Fhesii utook orniiptc, lemon?, bnnaniiH, the L. & X. will sell tickets at lj fare drew his pistol , 10th, and began firing, and Smith shot to save candiee, oaken and cnuikuM at McKin- - for the round trip, July iin MEANS QUSIHESS. good returning July 17th ney Bros.' W. W.Penn, himself. Smith is in jail and Partiu's . . friends are in town and trouble is ex-- .. T. P. A. IIaiiciain IIuntijiw! Wo itsk your Wall iwi'Kiiaud painta nt V. B. pected, .but the jail iq closely watched Ti'icpnrty given their voting friends and the mob will have trouble to gain to our advortiswint-nand advise Enciuavinci beautifully and nrtietlonlly you to call early. Severanee & Son. by Mimed Annie Bronaugh Knglonian ,m entrant-- to the cell containing Smith, done t A. It. l'unny'fl. . J w '' nnd Sno Wooils, nt Mr. Geo. It. lCngle- IWWIIW in Bip Ui- - your books and fcchool stiprHi'H of Vot'Jt Bccoiintftan due and and luady MWWM man's, wnn attended bv 72 girls and boys n.l kiudu from A. K. lVntiy. for you. llw.e mil and sttie, I uuwl .VEW ADVERTISEMENTS. and a very happy time was ejKJtit. Ai Jewmry the tnotioy to Havk your watch, clod: ami tattle cltv bills. Min-- i An- splendid lunch was served at the proper repaired at A. I'.. Penny's. All work nie Wrny. hour nud the whole atlnir was nicely and warranted. Kkmhmukk. that all silverware, watches, Tiik young gentlemen are jiroparinu to pleasantly arranged. rinpi, &c, bought at A. It. Pontiy'ri will dive a hop on the last night of thu Fair, bo engraved free of chtirtftj. CHURCH AFFAIRS 13th. Suxton'a ureliestr.i will furnish -- Rev. W K Arnold wi preach at the music. PERSONAL POINTS. Ui.A.lnn ..ri.....n,.. tli. 9. in Mt. Xenia t.llllU.IJ' VlJlUIUUVil ... 4J.OU It. Zimmwi hits tucured the dining o'clock. Mu Lkilii: ItHii) Is nt the Myers House room privileges nt the fair ami will fur The union meeting will be hold at aj;aln. ?0 cunts furnish as good a dinner for the Christinn church Sunduv night and T. L. Siifi.To.s' is back from a JfixiK ladies and gentlemen as one could will be conducted by Itov. W. J. Ellis. visit to lotilsvillo. K. "' wish. ' jtav Tho congregational meeting to conMu. CiiAiiLKdG. Kowi.cu ha jone to Attiintion is called o thu card of J. sider Rev. Ren Helm's regignation will Pueblo, Col., on a visit. S. Wright, Junction City. Ho ban the bo held at tho Presbyterian church next Mit. and Mus. Uki'bkn Williams have most extensive marble and granite yard Sunday at 11 o'clock. Rev. E. M. Green, returned from Indiannpolis. Mu, Will of Knoxville, in this country and his prices cannot be of Danville, will olilcinte. duplicated. Tho corner stone of the new Metho)b the u eat of Arthur Hubbard. dist church, Junction City, will be laid Miss Annik Dunn returned yesterday Of it thanks are due Secretary John M. Mouday, July 11, at 2 i. m., instead of from several days' htny in Louisville. Farra for n ticket to the Garrard Fair, to Mits Lottik Dillion returned with be held July 15 nud 10. The Uarrard 10 as announced. Rev. J. Rand, presidA Cream of Tatttr Raiting Powder Highest of -- l.a'ttl United Mate MibS Mary Duddcrar and 1r now her KUUHt. people nlwHys put the big pot in the lit- ing elder, will deliver the nddrese. The an tu leaveni c Osvcriiuient V'jnd Mn. T. J. Fostkk is una vfalt to lit tle one when strangers are within their public is cordially invited. UOYAL IIAKING POWDERCO, Tho $lo,0')0 which the Baptists of daughter, Mrs. Tom Motcalf, In Jesia-min- gates. tuft Wall tret, New York. Kentucky were to raise by July 1st in KxCl'ltSlOX to Lancahtkii Faiii. order to secure $10,000 each from Dr. Desirable House nnd Lot in Crab Miw. J. W. Algous and Kindriuk and Orchard For Sale. hV'dal tralnsto the Lancaster Fair will Gatlill and John I). Rockefeller for WilMiss Annie MoKinney are at Gren leave Lebanon July loth and lflth, stop- - liamsburg College, was secured last jrjnn I nfTrtrlate!r my Houavand Lot of Acre, H way htatfot.H. See mu nl bills week. The college will have nn f corner Sun fun! ami Depot trtem. Crab Orchard. Caiiii. who Ims been t' larj-The hontr h live room and ifiuilen, a 10,000 and $15,000 will bo (ireen Itrinr for some time, returuol to for time n,, rlos For further informa gdQil iprtiiK and prtn bnue and lot, a hnre lot tn an tue Beiniir; Miiltliiic altacntM in erecting dormitories, otc. tion consult auv aueulaloni; the line. yesUnluy. MHS LI7IE MiCIl'IlE. 8.it Tho last quarterly meeting of tho ro Mu. ANn'Miw. II. J. McItcmuRTB K- - w h0(.kkk' Metropolitan Imj held Satpresent conference year will Into their handsome nw home, j ltall!t KmiMa 0lyf pllljinK ,, urday and Sunday. Services Saturday A venue, y wtrtUy. onlxgan with its usual juatterly dividend of If morning and night, quarterly conference Mu. ami Mm. II A. Gkaiiam and the JW. cont lUMirplus is now fl0,000, its Saturday afternoon at. o'cloek and ser tHoKlla Mays are spending n tmv days Jonas nnd dlpeounts$l.77,HM.5r and it vices Sunday at 11 and S o'clock. This with Mrs. W. It. DMllon Switch. depoaita fS.SIS.003 61 on a cnpitnl of will bo the last quarterly meeting that I). SroTTswoon, J. B. Ow- - If50000. Muss its. F. Rev. Joftl pit Rand will hob! at this place, a party irom narroaaotttg, ens anl Tub Lincoln County Fair, which will For four years he has served tho Dan- pnewd up to the CtiinberlHud Wednot b held next Tuesday and Wwlnewlay, ville district with fidelity and great ef-- ' day for a week's llsh b most KiiMcwfnl one. A ficiency, and his gonial pn aenee will be Mi Maiit Caiimkhtm, tlia arthrt who ptwntacB to I will bo on inUtyd by the people of Stanford. Ac-rPB hn- - lu.n Htflv...,. l llrtorSliriilM i . " ' ' liMml to try for the liberal premiums of- cording to the law of the church, which . of the ttpriug on, inadt'aii oil palntiug fered, from which neither (mtntuco nor limits the term of service to four y ar, the clitr which Is very true to lit). tin will at the dose of this year be trans-KlEftairV-.Mk.I1.T. Hakam and Mt. T. II. pvrceHtagu will betaken. and his place sup-ferre! to a mw Saundera, of lnloville, ami Mrs. C. W. Mlicyx.v S and U of pipe, Kremer, ol New Albnujr, Ind., pnewd up 10 incite in diameter, ware receirml by pliadhy another. to Gteen BHar, TutwiUiy, to jmih1 Mats Mr. It. J. O. Howe, of thu water Work?, City FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. time. this week, from BirtiilnshHtn. Alii., on Mk. S. It. Kkmxbut, train dhtmtcher wllrh th(J frHjKbt WM ;1(00Q, n,l still Wanted eattlo to pasture. K. II. on the O. ft 2i., with hemlqiiHrtorrt at lUi,n Uotv to follow. The pipe is Joiiub. JUNCTION CITY, K.Y -- , paaiel up to Ml. Vortion i . ni- -i Koit Salk. (rood, gentle bupjiy nnd Have juftrrc led a nw Marhlc ami Gramtr Mm 8trut.t n,j tj,v Home and am fullr prepared to nil orders lor all to vwt ms simer, .lire. m. u. look like so manv unlimbcrel cannon. sathilu horse. Apply to A. H. I'onny. kind of Marblt-VaGranite work I have in my fram the "Williams. At Paris court, Monday o'2 short employ can not excelled and East. My freight I will not bo unfacllilMw Tntc Home Literary and BramiUlo yearling sold at iloAO, 10 do. at $10.05, dersold. JltX.S VlSTKVT ItoKBi.vo. of IiOndoii. JOE S. WilKtHT. 3I and Mewrs. John W. and James W Coipny, of Turnenmlle, have llually a lot of at 3.0-- and calves Fox, of Hits Stone Gap, Va., altndd deeldeil to rejMiat tho Lady of Lyons a) at $10.25. tho meeting of the Cumberland Valley Walton'd Opera Houe next Tuesday Shipping eattlo aro in demand in Dealer In niaht, 12th. The company is improving Cincinnati at lj to lj, other grades run Foreign and Domestic Land Co., Tuesday. Fruits, and his hand- itm.l( by constant rehearsals nnd tho down ns low as 1 and nro dull; thu hog Mn. James T. Caw-oConfectioneries, .Vc. Muic uiMtkut is active with 3 S3 for best; sheop some bride, of Ixuiifeville, are gucato of performance v. til be Hat with him a nrtt Ian hakrr and ran lurmhi by Saxtou's orchestra. Kcserved seats aro are steady at 3 to 3 and lambs are his siMcr, Mrs. J. K. "ottinan. Mr. S? read, Cake and the like cu ihort nctue. for enlo at Mcltobcrts' I)ru Store. is congratnlatetl on all sides on win , strong at 3 to 7.U3c. .. THIRD ANN LAL EXHIBIT ning ho clinrmitiK a help meet UuckeriV: Benton, of Waco Holler tells us that he Col. I). G.SLAVui-mMk. Ucoiiuk II. Brick, of Lexlnirton, . took jn oyor $m fll ,li(j .,l(l of Ju,y plc. .Mills, bought in Woodford county, 1,300 was here this week celling our merchants nic nt Green Urinr, which was very bushels of old wheat at S3c. J. Stone GARRARD COUNTY boota and shoes. He ay Mis. Bruce largely attended. A ssrmon by Itov. Walker has sold 300 bushels of old wheat STOCK FAIR and Howard are much planted with Geo.'O. Barnes, an oration in keeping at IXX. Now wheat in going tit 70 to 75c. Lexington, but still think there is no with the day by Hon. Fontaine Fox I'ii.'htnoir'l Climax. To he held at place like Stanford. The Daisy Roller Mills having had, llobbitt, n dance tit uiuhtand numerous - - - KY,, Mns Ukllk Millkii. who has been other attractions made up the events of everything overhauled and set in order LANCASTER, Friday and SaturUay goverress for the children of Itev. Ben tho day. There are now over 50 guoits nro better prepared than ever to lead Helm for tevornl years, during which at Green Briar. thu market, ns it has alwavs done, witli time she has by tillable manners, united the best brands of Hour in Kentucky. Ik anybody claims our dollars which Send in your orderB and custom work. with a deep, but iiiuntontatious piety, mnde many friends, left for her home at weotlered to put up against doughuuts Thu Now Stanford Kollur Mills. St S2,O0O in Premiums. ou the I. J's. winning the last game from I). N. Trewitt bought of I. S. Tevis Greensboio, Ga Tuesday. Send for cataosuc to Secretary. T. II. UKIGHT, President Maysville, the II. S, Hrowiii, of Louisville, they a of hogs at 1J cents to be deJOHN M. FARRA, SecV. Miss Mary Lusk, of Hustonville, can step tip to the captain's desk and livered the last 13 days of September. and whom she is visititit:, were down Wed- got them. The score stood 11 to I J. C. Johnson bought two car loads of Harrods-burg- s nesday. They were joined by their old against us and next day the heifers, weighing from S00 to 1,000 lbs., came up and did the I. J's. up 1!! from Sam Moore and John Craig at 2c. Echool mates at Daughters College, Misses Annie Shanks and Mary McKinney, to S. We are goiii'j to stop betting on Ware it Vermillion told tho Danville It does not pay, Milling Co.. their crop of 230 acres of and were entertained at the Myers our namesakes it is nauirhty to bet anyway. House by W. A. Tribute, wheat at 70 cents. This is one of the best crops in the county, being entirely Miss Lvla Hatso.v, of Lancater, a Wufi c nl Kniinrn Mmiilnvv Mr Will free from smut. They expect it to mako graduate of the Boston Conservatory of o( M,en)bll wa3 6tricken wi, H t wlinl 0,000 bushels. Tho only crops threshed Music, shu a solo most acceptably 9 of tlie ,eft ht.om8 t0 b,. tZZ) of the county so far nro side. He fellas he was going along the in tho Kast End Ahsembly Notes. Miss Batson, thu barley crops of J. W. Harlan and R. taunua street nnd was unconscious for some V. lmrt l)tin ntti'inliiiL' thenssoinblv- for! .. D. Uruco of 40 acres, which averaged . M time A couple of frietuU took charge 4 several weeKs, will taico :: promiuem. of him and brought him here where his 50 bushels per acre, and a wheat field roll in (Jueeii Ivither, to bo rendered in father and brother live, and he is now of W, K. Baughnian of 1! acres which bushels per acre. 9 costume at tho auditorium tonight. She doitii! well, though still unable to walk. averaged about These are the best iu this end of the study of tho fino art has inndti a Bpecinl Tito trouble Mjema to bo thu result of county. Advocate. of music nnd is not only a tine iustru- over exertion. He travels for three . fcd mental performer but a beautiful tolo firmB aml Policeman Partin Killed at Plneville. to n whch (To the Editor of tho Interior Journal.) singer as wen. iier lrienus nuio mu 3,150 pounds. To unpack nud pack Pineville, July 5. As wo havo been much pleaeed at the eucoiuiutns she is them once a day is enough work for an having some troublo here, I thought I receiving. ordinary man. would write up tho particulars for tho Snor" Woman. Constable J.C. CITY AND VICINITY. Iktkiiiou Journal, of which I am a conlodged iu jail here yesterday stant reader. Fia'iT J .via at J. B. Foster's. Isaac McCormack, charged with shoot- Yesterday morning dawned with a A. ing with intent to kill Laura Deathemge, cloudy firmament, but all wero astir ear- -' Fkuit jars and jelly glasses nt A. another negro. The shootiug occurred ly, preparing for tho 1th of July. Hut "Warren's. nt Moroland on the 1th. Tho trial was with tho eventful day dawns tho evil McRoberts' Drug Store, Stanford, Kentucky. Thomas' Hay Rakes for sale very had before Justice Smiley, who held light of murder. Just below tho town cheap by J. X. Monefee. prisoner in $300. It seems that the tho negroes had prepared a nico Bpot for tho . Articles to Suit the Most FastidiSpecial attontion maunnd wotnon were at Morelaud on a dauco and supper. All passed o(F well BoAiiDBus Wanted. ous. A complete line of tho 1th nnd the mnn, who was feeling uutil 5 o'clock in tho afternoon, when fair. Mrs. Banniu llurks. during the his oats, had a largo pistol flourishing it Bill Pnrtin nnd Jcel Smith's son mot nnd several Woods pelf dump hay nbout and saying what a good shot ho began to shoot at ouch other. A pistol I have rnkea for sale cheap. Joo Severance, Jr. was. Tho woman told him thnt ho ball from Partin'a pistol grazed Smith's a t couldn't hit a freight car aud asked him head nud by jumping behind n treo savA oooi), second hand, to try. "No," said he, "I had rather try ed liis life. Being thus fortified ho openportable engine for sale at a bargain. at your head.-Tho woman raised her ed firo on Partin, striking him twice, one See Geo. B. Wearen. hat nml pointed to a place iu in Iier Bhot passing through his leg, tho other .... forehead. He took aim and blazed striking him in tho left- - breast, lodging July 1st lias come end gouo nnd a away, putting n bullet as closo to the in tho largo part of tho lung, from which glanco nt my books revealed to mo thnt spot as ho could. It struck tho bone, ho died this evening, just ton minutes nil of my accounts nro not Equnred. If glanced up through her hat aud lodged before tho time ho was shot yesterday. Complicated Watch Repairs and you hnvo not paid for your spring suit, Partiu at tho time of his death waB poam in need iu tho house. Tliero was no Artistic Engraving a Specialty. nloiiso como in nud do so. I I0,lt ngrail Ireo of charge. All compelled to make this but the reckless disregard for human liceman of Pineville, in which office ho of money and am ( life makes tho act n criminal one. OS Your patronage respectfully solicited. did tho duty of a faithful and upright Rupley. request. H. 0. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal du-in- .. 3! x ,,, ife"""00,1.1 iuii!iLkXS2c22QL9IHHBBaBLlEaVRESSi t for "Caatorla Is so Infante and Children. dl- - II well adapted to children that Itaa superior to onjr prescription known to me." II. A. Ancuxn, St. O., I recommend , lit So. Oxford St., IlrooU7n, N. Y. Tn CiMlorla cures Polle, Oon.tlpttlon, Sour Stomach, Dlarrlia-a- . Enictution, Kills Worms, givrd klwp, and promotes reRtIfn, Without injurious medication. CrcfTiCtt CoMPiKT, 77 Murray Street, M. Y. 1 i Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Fall Session Tuesday, Scplejuber 6tJi, An our.es in Lileuiurc, Full orpacfCunservatory end Normal Schoul teachers, Catalogue an J ilrculart furnished m application. Excellent hoarding department -:- 1892. Muic and 'AKIN6 Itcj-Tt. POWDER - YOUR -- :- Absolutely Pure e. The best bargains ever offered in men's and boys' Clothing in this city will be on sale Mi.J.li PKt 1 endow-metito- ij e V JHPIOf JL JfcJ&Jhl&S) iro A MM, V - TT TC J&&JRZA. !H? TA JJfcK Nation-movin- g At - The New Cash Store. As neat make, as stylish cut, as good material as any custom-mad- e ouits to be had. All our boys' light weight Cassimcrc Suits will go at prime cost, and our $12.50 and $15 Men's light weight Suits will go at $9. 50. We have two many of these goods and must move them out. Come and buy now as we are determined to unload these goods. For the LADIES, there will be a great reduction in Ginghams, Printed Indias, Organdies, Challies, etc. Also in Ladies' Vests, corsets, Hosiery, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, &c. We desire to prepare in time for a very large Fall stock and are determined not to carry these goods over. We have some excellent bargains in our Shoe department in broken sizes that we want you to have at prime cost. So come early and secure the choice things. j ) (.... , ; """' our-loiM- WMtM-mW- 1 - 1 ? wtr tit-I- 1 Junction iVIarhie&GraniteWorks ikllled-wiirkroen J. S. HUGHES. j vefct'-nla- y m Now Is the Time to Buy Mason, Lightning and Wire Top. ds Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, TiD Cans, n Sealing Wax ilrst-cla- s. Cnr-so- n Porcelain and brass Preserving Kettles; Refrigerators," Water Coolers, White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers, Fly Paper and Fly Traps. m t Wire Cloth Spring Hinges and Corner Irons. Grind Stones, Scythe Stones, Grass and Weed Hooks, lades and naths. Full line of cakes, Candies and Fruits. Prices to suit the times. j ; GO TO- - m A. A. Warren's "Model Grocery" -- MMHSruncL-cel'icKKTT.o- f car-loa- d ot FOR- A, ' 4 w 00 On Fj. 3 o p;,, r FRUIT JARS, JELLY GLASSES, TOPS AND GUMS, SEALING "WAX, &C A. 9 a C SINE & MENEFEE, A2TI3 SINE J. IN'.MENEFE 15(5 d SESH WOVEET DOORS KEB BLISDS. WX2-II3 i 3 Roucjh and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Brackets and Verandah Work. BANKS THE JEWELER, SLAT FE1TCDS. The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. Office and Vard Depot Street, - - - Stanford, Ky. Do You Need a Wagon ? vf H ' Watches, Clocks " Jewelry Autl SILVERWARE. CALL AT J. B. FOSTER'S And examine the Studebaker. C ar-loa- t0A cJ d just received. rC tff .iWii?M m tv aWUflisjfrft fsm T il"i ) dT Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal "Happy Jack" Gets Afar Mr. Walters Again. (To the Editor Interior Journal.) Stanford, July 4. Was not Sir. "Wa- PRICKLY COMFREY. fur Cows. hn Intensive DiilrvuiHti Who llnil Ilia Heist Cro It That Your Hair may retain I kA C 2I. C. SAUFJLEV, Tho area required for Juno pasture its youthful color, pacity? If bo, why tliil he let his indi- had been tho weak tnrint in intensive and boauty, $2 PER YKAB IK ADVAKCK. viduality dairying with me, but by tho adoption Rrow bigger than tho Kentucky it daily u not to paid 52.60 w lie charged.TTn democracy, whom ho went to Chicago to of prickly comfroy, m as to bridgo over tho time from the usual turning out to with represent? Won't he get very lonesome grass up to buying, n great IX. P.ll. RILEY, Proprlotor, ami sure supGov. K.u. LOCAL TIME CARD. before he finds any one else who thinks ply of tho best foilder is obtained, and a CongresIs a Candidate fur Ciingrf. In the Kontucky. sional District of Kentuck), subject lib the actloe London, - Trln leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning him that big? small run at pasture for air and exerIn at j nop. m. of the Dimocratic party Didn't he tell the whole United States cise only is required. Planted in rows I hue moved to my new Hotel and am better It L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. prepared than ever to accommodate the public of America in bugle tones that he knew throe feet npart, sixteen inches apart in Good Livery attached and evety comemence dehumors, .tale pm tho rows, top dressed liberally and well S. Mil tram going North nied. Give me a call, ...taopm the democratic sentiment of Kentucky South " cultivated in tho spring, prickly coma , FRANK RILEY. V and UJum concerning Mr. Cleveland and that if he Express train" South. Is a Candidate for Cocr.rrnnwealth's Attorney, sub i i ...254 am froy by tho last or May will grow North.. Ject to th actum of the Democratic party, la any ,6 n should oppose him in n deliberative high and too thick to allow ono to waist new growth Laeal Freight North.. Judicial District to whtJi Lincoln county may be pat ...3iptn body that lie would simply be over South. asiigne.1. BA17GII1UAN, through it readily. In a moist The latter trains aIo carry passengert. of hair whelmed? Well, don't let's disappoint several cuttings may bo made. The above itcalculated on standard time, Solar KIRE AND STORM time is about 20 minutes Taster. him; let's overwhelm him and do it HOUSE AND LOT FOR RENT. Witli a scythe and fork ono may cut good, and give him to undetstand that and heap it more rapidly than liny other QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Lowell, I offer fer rent the House and Lot belonging to one democrat is as good as another and early soiling crop, and a mowinir ma- the estate of Cant (talnc. Oalir. and unlng Representing Trains pass Junction City as chiuo is scarcely needed, so small is tho Dr. J II. Owsley, on Husfonvillf stieel, Stanford, Sneclal ui6ra Fast sometimes better. Ky It ha right looms, good wall and necessary m.; required at each feedimr. It is Desirable 1'arra of 140 Eartiord, of Hartford, Conn., Mall ia:57 p. n ; Ntw Orleans J.lrmted 3 17 P Wonder if he has been grabbing up area l?riT hLiiN 1.1 Acres )utneucs. It Soectai 10r n in Blue other people's finery all his life like he eaten by my cows with tho greatest pile, 4 miles from Stanford. W.mH.Crab Orchard Manchester, of Manchester, P. M. McRoPURTS. Agent. 03 a. Ill nri-iQ A: (70, Miller t t 48 nvidity, nnd is fed as an nlterativo to Stanford, Ky. Grass Special 6:60 a m ; Cincinnati Limited did Mr. Neal's tariff plank? And just tho working cattlo and horses Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, p. m.; Fast Mail 2.1b p. m which, because it was better and more nicely being stabled tho entire year, nro much Notice to the Traveling Public. Ins. Co. of North America, " Falls Branch Jellico Goal Oo. dressed and grooved and seasoned than benefited by it, especially as it is not so I hate had . Alt of which are fift clan Companies I would DR. W. B. pleased t wait on my friends this line. IV1. hts own plank that he put in the plat- laxativo as green ryo or clover. be Miners and shippers ef the GF.NUINK Will insure against HOUSE does, promptly Issued tinhtnins I.ightoin; tornauies Prickly comfroy is un enormous yield-er- ; form some years ago, you think he did clauswind storms and At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and es attached without additional charge it will prodnco moro nutriment, sahave one recently want to disown his own garb and dress Office at First National Dank Stanford. moro weight, from a given area loons in connection with Hotel and of the; leit Office Ssuth side Main street, in office Ry. In the State, open day night a niht arc the sole agents for Stanfmd and himself in Mr. Neal's wedding clothes? Trr it vacated by Dr. L F. Huffman, Stanford. Indian com, provided moisturo man metts all trains In cimiicition with Houo KovUcr.i! than Office corner ol Depot street and railBut Mr. Vilas, the mean, old dog, would enough bo have also one ol the best Mineral wells in the Mate road c rotting. present. It shows a for reference to viator, call on Mr and A. S. JUGGINS WATTS. EC. not let Henry do that, but he just held analysis closely approaching nutritive andW. Patrick. Loulswlle, Mr and Mrs FloydMrs G In tlint of gram, DENTIST. lenn, A A. varren, Mantard, it up Mr. Wattereon's old dusty clothes, as clover; it produces cream of tho finest I) E iSURGEON I'roctor, C H. Hra.im. Mr nnd Mrs T W Dealer in General Merchandise, Mr. Watterson hitnself called them, and flavor; it is almost medicinal in it Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mri II. Johnson, Office !on jMain street, over w. ll. McRoberts Drug Store, Stanford. New Haven, Jim Cox, CIreenOtiri. Rates Lumber and Shingles. they fit Henry the nicest kind, looked wholesomeness; onco established it is day J. M. I'etrcy, clerk. (Jive me a call j per Goods sold fur cash only It gives me pleasure DIAIII IS W CARRlKR.l'rop tho most easily grown crop on tho farm. gJoiy J. mighty like him, and right in the face of am dmiig to sute to the pubil. in general that nicely under the Cavh System and that the people R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. his own acknowledgement that he was Why, then, has it been tried and conare rapidly catching on 10 the (act that it is the better system, both for the buyer and seller. They himself the "author and finisher" of the demned bo generally? Simply becauso DENTIST. tasto is one acquired against less that I vll aods SALOON also knewcompetitors who dofor about a third lte Has opmsej Aim! Country l'ndure. plank that he said was rotten; the tho will for it credit business than my tho hi. Hock of jo.hU ana i. ready ta srv of tho animnl. Is moving to the Higgms office, Lancaster street. C.-keep constantly on hand a splenmember that AT ROWLAND the people of Stanford and vlclnllj U oiler and tho Times and Mr. Fellows of A cow win starve ratnor than eat did assortment of Pry Goods, (iroceries. Cloth- ing unhsarrf of Itargalfis a.d all who He want gwl New York and a good many other little freshly cut comfrey leaves. Run them ing, lliwn, Sttws, Hats and the like Call in and giols at lb Wwswt puM4ble price slstMiM call an sev my stock, which it reple.itlicl almost daily. him n Logan Avenue, near Lancaster pile. M fellows, parade the streets every day and through a cuttor and mix them with an J H HILTON. Rowland, Ky. ;M. CRAIG, ring a bell aud carry a banner and cry equal portion of corn meal nnd bran, offer for sale ptiicly my frame Hotel and DR. are now renting Til If STANFORand tho cow in trying to get at tho meal Saloon at Rowland, which located and a tine at J3 out at the top of their voices that "Soloper month. It is centrally pmnt Homeopathic Physician, .NOTICE TO THK.. will soon ncquiro for tho comfroy a tasto lor business, being at a terminal point on a divisIt has . - - - KENTUCKY. mon in all his glory was not arrayed never afterward to bo forgotten. I have ion of the L. ft Nnecessary good well, stable coal STANFORD, outhutldings. Addrese house and other Go. like Henry." now to educnto tho young stock only. 1 2 MR MARY C. KKRRILL, Stanford to 3 p. m.; 8 to Office Hours: ioto 12 a. m.; Now I am getting fatigueM. Our Hen- am surprised that this littlo mattor cf Has ntri.ted with responsible f.mslor lis plants ' OffiVe on Lancaster street, opposite ry don't havo to go all the way to Chilli-coth- education should have stood so long in I have opened la connection with my Hotel, tbr and 11 have the Leafd r FLuls Ohio, and dress himself in tho tho way of adopting a forago plant of lei in about sutydars, the Water Plant connl.. icms after nice political habiliments of Mr. Larry great merit. In order to place indlri lual contracts in ad. Tho permanent comfrey plot should vaace for Water and Klectru Light, Ifat Cowpiny Xeal to make him look like a demoI can supply the families ol Stanford and vicin..A efWrs the fallow lug 1)0 close to tho btablcs for convenience, Office opposite Coffey Houe, ity wilh home made Ice at fw cts. per too pounds, Necessary water Hi- ' crat, and I won't stand it any longer. t UW, cMMocted to requires little room, so that moro less than that amount at one cent perpcond, and Eirst-Clas- s maitu at actual cost lor pipe awl wsstk. Anybody can look like a dandy or dude nnd - manufactured Ice at 75 cents per too pounds or iV, pasturago is thus saved near tho stables cents for smaller quantillt. ice delivered every " '" M'1 tsHs fur- if you will put all the nice clothes of all than when rye, clover, oats AndolTerthe services of ft to the public. Ilrand bsssij i free of charue and peas aro morning call special attention ta the John lo be of bm sjtsaNty d CM(StMt(o4 t give Molded horse make my 196m X L, lleer, for n.w sehicl.t and fresh Urewing C Celebrated the nice boys about town on him. I used. Tho laiior is lewi than with crops which I .ii.iaciioB am ageal. Wilt furnish in cithe ket; or slat'le comitate with IhcacbsMluleef adopted rales Is Irsniiists tried it once myself and you havo uo which, grown in rotation, must often bo bottle Write for prur. ceht. law.r than is wsoaUy givsm in tho Country. The Bost DR. D. K 1IRUMER, StanforJ, Ky idea how fine I thought I made those at a distance. As npplo growing is my ijtf Give me a call, Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. SHELTON HOUSE, P W ORtEN, Proprietor clothes look, but I forgot to put on socks specialty, and it demands much attenAL IIURNS, Man.frr tion, the dairy is managed with tho Dwclli.? of , room., one faucet Rowland, : : Kentucky. and my sweetheart observed my least labor consistent with good results. l.a.h additKmal ronM.-. and she forgot me. Take ...I ur!. B.IHtil..band 3 to 9 p. m. I a Office hours 7 to 9 a. in. Tho cream is taken from tho door on Hanks a.d Private Vc'm,' lancet warning, Henry, and get in a good hu- tho system nnd tho manure in, me, one laucei altavbisieMt fer iMiatlri mor with G rover. You are not the on- is all saved nnd most easily cared for by So private, one asdsmsl ly man in Kentucky who knows how using 6elf cleaning plntforms; and by l.acK aUiltttoaal aaimal I o MISS L1CCIE BEAZLEY, KY., STANrOKD, growing intensive crops tho ontiro area to play a good game. Electric Light Rates. required lies close to tho buildings. "Happy Jack." Per commercial use; Thirty-fiv- e head of cattlo and horses . 6. l write tins as a commemora Corner Main and Depot Streets, One arc and three 16 c. p. icandeit lamt aro now kept on tho seventy acres hero .... .Iss Kentucky. tion of "the day we celebrate. H. J. ret)arp. (wch iNan4MCMt Stanford, m Dutches', county, N. V. It would be This Hotel, renovated, aad refurnished, Is traw Fori Irchl, pr mo. 6 ka ni) charge and I intend to conduct it M as tt M of SprinK and qnito as, easy to double tho stock, but Has just tecelved a handsome line only maintain Us high reputation, but te arid not LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. friends and the whether the profit would bo doubled is Special ai tti irir niiiiiiius and invites her to its Ions list el friends tn rill in and get first choice. ..kii lions for contacrctal travelers a.d fine rooms for style by doubtful. It would seoni that partial Far Resi4iMe Uses Remember the big Sunday-schoo- l and Honneti trimmed in the latest f samples. Hats the display Vnr ist i4 c. p. n n descent IsMtifi per soiling may lessen tho cost of stock keepmost artistic hands. ,. 9,1 . , convention Saturday, the 9th. ing, since the same oxpouso in taxes and A " ill ' " -- rCol. Silas Adams made a visit homo ' 4U1" ' interest on land answers for a larger H And ItlLLlAUDand POOLROOMS attached. Pf ack asisittsosnl Fiiday evening, went to Russell on Sun- amount of stock nnd drives to pasture f JOSF.PH COFFKV r or lurlkrr laf.rssxriosi, aatply ta day, made a speech at Ivsto, in that nro shortened, but tho high cost of lnbor kind", Of all J W HAVIF..V,Sup't,&c. LOCUST OROVr." Made and Set Up in All Parts of county, Monday, and returned hore that may make complete soiling too costly as night. He started for Frankfort Wednes yet for goneral adoption. M. II. Hart the country. F-day. Miss Bertha Elliott returned homo in Rural New Yorker. No Agents employed. ' , a few days since from the National Nor-KOR SALE Cuftlo Snlt-sSON, ' W. ADAMS St Lexington, . OF STANFORD, KV., v PI nvjAf mal University, at Lebanon, 0. Geo. Tho results of tho spring sales of catI ihaJh fax Tks, riSiA.I tos Rsn.1 No. 42 Uroadvray, hasl axxil nnv fully erganired and rely for butiaess with Iwmd, aitua- Frye, of Hustonviile, made a return visit tlo emphatically impress tho great truth comprising 4,0 acres of ted within two miles id Slan.ord. the coanty s.st Sunday and left again Monday morning. that tho market for really worthy speciof Ij.cola Fronted ty the Shelby City turcpUe P.aid up Capital of - - $200,000. mens of the various breeds is as conand acceSMble to the Stanford and Uanville tum Miss Bertie McKinney, of Hustonyille, - . pike. 1 his is one of the best Mock Fainva In the Surplus, 1 am Agent for the Celebrated is visiting Mies Bertha Elliott, at Col. stant as tho rising and tho sotting of the WILLIAM of csjltl in a region AND, sntion Atiuadaaccami is water high stsle purposes SUCCESSOR toTIIK LINCOLN 19,000. sun. It i.i only tho common stuff th;t : Company, of lor all Deering : Harvesting Adams'. Miss Bettie Burke, of Dan- -, drops out of Bight NATIONAL Dealer in the above Soil is f.rnle a.d is suitable for the growing of in periods of general of Lincoln HANK OK STANFORD, And offer their Machine to the people and their uille, is alsc with Mies Bertha, at tho ' heirp, tobacco, corn and wheat The land is sc Now closing up) with the depression. There has nover been a Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs located so that it can he divided and two f.iir lenders are unexcelled of anv in stime assets and under coumy. .Their .h. i.iheit the same management. Stock Cattle and Sheep a specialty. Farms made Tit improvements are a large and timo in our ccperionco'when outstand- Solicited having any of the above kinds" of futures on same place. lly provusosit of its charier, depositors are as Persons described stock commodbHis dwel'ins; a convenient stock barn, hhandra"eelmeAl!e$foreCpPuIcha,,n,. Office at First Everything is rather dull in town at ing quality and merit met with quicker lor sale or wishing to purchase same, will do well Ac, the brst cf fruit of all kinds, etc For lolor- fully protected as aie depositors in National Hanks, its shareholders being held Individually K It J IS' k.S. Stanford. call on or An National Hank this writing, but we had lively times recognition than now. Tho man who toears in this address me. beenexperience 10of fifteen us.l.... unnlv In Stanford, Ky. liable to the eatcnl of the amount of their stack business has urolii anA J I JON US, tlim breeds a horse, a bull, a sheep or a hog I tlunt can make it profitable olboth to theiabuyer Iheresn at the par value thereof, in addition to the Friday nnd Saturday. There were 51 u V RILKV, Pinevitle. i mount mvoMed in such shares. Ii may acta and seller P. () addrssss Slsnfsrd, Ky. 10.) teachers in attendance at the examina-- that clearly overtops tho averago of tho corner mi ins .Myers rsouse. sxcCHtor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fnlly as breed is absolutely certain of n good in ladlvsdutsl tion for certificates of qualification. prico lo those who entrusted their bulssuost to us for such product of his skill. Do bsle mnaging the Lincoln National Hank of There were a large proportion of females not mistake depression in culls and Stanford, we we here tender ossr many thanks and and some very handsome ones. Tho weeds for n lnck of activity in "tops." they will REAL AGENT trust us, offeringcontinue to traewact promptbusiness Ikoir with as a guarantee far attenmales, as usual, were rather a mixed Tho fact that there is no longor'any tion to same, ur twenty year' mncrseace Id market price paid lot; tome looked well enough, but otli- - money in propagating mero ixxligrees Highest cash banking and as liberal arcnmmistlalisHis as are Ky. with sound banking. for ers wore hard looking parties. We make should sorve to render tho calling and I .have i'ule a numbered ARMS for tab? of the tJIKKCTSKS: very beat II an exception, however, in your youth- -. election of tho legitimato breedor and Lands in Lincoln county. J J. Williams, lt.Vernsn j improver of a raco all tho moro cortain. These Farms are all well improved ami good ful and handsome Mitldleburg scribe, J. M. Hall, SUNfard; rich lands, running in sue from so to Joo Acres Exceptionally choico animals bo Coastdcring thois locality, their rich act ami who was on hand with his brightest friml n n snnttnr nf ftxnf winllt. mny J. S. Owsley, tKanfartJ ; of soil, tbe convenience of turnplltt-- and rail&c, at S.J. Kmbry, Suiifrrd ; smile. We noticed among tho UUUlber rnndincrlv ilifliniilt. tn nrnInpn nvnti fmin roads that bring markets right lo our door, they are cheaper than the Lands of any other c Auaty la J. K Lynn, Stanford; X. W. Hughes, of your county, who has tho most carefully chosen sires nnd lb State '1 here is scarcely a Far us in the coon, A. W. CarssMHsr, MllfedgcvtUe, & CO., X ' T M. F. fsL ty over 5 mllas from a been absent from among us for 15 years dams, but tho reward of tho breoder J. F. Cati, Stanford ; 'Hie county is checked with turnpikes running STANFORD. KY. or more. Nath is a veteran in the cause who succeeds in establishing high nvcr-agWilliam Roach, Stanlsrd. Ky. inevery direction Tbero w not a paadfc road er 31 iyr taring the couuty scat that is U'it Macadamual S. 11. Shanks, President. 'A. quality b snfliciontly generous as to 1 rfASBh--- i and we congratulate Yosemite in securWe have the Knoxville H ranch of the L. A' N II I B. Owsley, Cashier. be worthy of the most zealous offorts of R. dividing the county from Kal to Ve.t aad the ing him. w M. Wright, Teller C. S. R R from North to mth. the K C. R. R intelligent mon. Breed for tho top. YEAGER JI. M. fiRUCK. Irom this place to Cincinnati, crossing the C Jk O. at Winchester, giving full acceos to the markets of The fund for tho Washington mem- Breeder's Gazette. YEAGER, the whole world. IlcMdos, we have three large1 BRUCE orial arch iu Sew York, $128,000, has Klour Mills in the county that give tie a market I.lvo Stock Points. NATIONAL BANK fur all our grain right at liorasv and the develop been completed at last. It was started, o Keep a few lively chickons in tho SALE STABLE, ment ol the mountain region ol Kastern and FEED AND OF STANFORD, KV. , rn Kentucky bv lailroads and the outand give them accoss to a broad sill .May S, 18S9. let Sonth by railroads has created such a demand at tho window. Thoy will catch every AND Mrs. Jessie Garrot attempted at. for all kinds of cereals and iroveiKler that wecan STANFORD, KY. Stock scarcely retain enough tor isiutton, u., to descend irom a balloon fly. Fowls aro among tho horse's best '1 he people arc prosperous, generous and kind, and Tlie ahoe firm went into effect July ist ottne when it was n mile fropi the ground, friends. believing in Christianity and education. 1 hvtc Surplus 18, GOO asks a share of the patronage is not a neighborhood in the county but has a Experiments in fattening grado Shroppublic. but the parachute wouldn't work and gcod cliurcll and Attention of the public it invited to the fac shire lambs at tho Michigan agriculUpright and Horizontal. Stanford, the county seat of Lincoln, is a pros- that this is tho only National Hank in Stanford she was dashed to pieces. NEW RIGS AND HORSES tural experiment fetation show that perous little city of aiKHit a, too rnbab.taiits and is Under the provisions of the National Hank Act m from the North roots aro better for this purposo than Stationary, Semi Portable and the great doorway the Northwest toand North- depositor are secured not only by the capita) purch'aved and nothing but Bucklln'a Arnica Salve. Southeast, stock, but by the stockholders' liability lor an east South and from silage; that lambs may bo fattened turnouts will leave the stable. and standiag as it does garni; right Into the bos- amount equal to the stock, ao that depositors of The best salve in the world tor cuts, bruisti Portable. All sizes up to 26- - om of the undeveloped mountains of Southeastern this institution are secured by a fund of $400,0011. sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapwithout a heavy grain ration, and that Kentucky backed up by the whole ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skirt erup rire muni .tiit'iutiits 01 inpconuitioii of the bank horse power Give tho ration containing tho higher perregioti ol the Stale wilh railroads running through aro made each year to the Uulted States governtions and positively cures piles, or no pay requir37 centage of digestiblo albuminoids gives Unequalcd in Safety, Simplicity, it to all points of the compass, make it naturally ment and its assets are examined at stated times ed. It is guaranteed to iriv. perfect satisfaction, one or the Dest located tons in tne sou in lor by government agents, thus secuniigadditiiona t'rice a cents per box. tho best results. or money refunded, maAnfacturesatid other enterprises of magnitude. and perfect safety to depositors. sale by A R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. Strength and Durability. agitated and right A. G. Laoharo For Tins institutioo, originally established as lha Water Works are H. Castleman. John Tho street car companies desire horses of a mile Deposit Hank of Stanford in 1858, then ntouc the town about of medium weight and bizo for their Write for Free Illustrated Pamplets and your there could be erected Water Works with very tied at the National Hank ol Stanford in iSe and Now Try This. little cost that would kiipply a city of 130,000 in- sgain Klrst National Hank of It will cost you nothing and will surely do you work. A largo infusion of draft blood habitants with the purest and best water in the Stanlord in iSSj, has had practically an unintergood if you have acoiifjh, cold or any trouble with is not good, they say, becauso draft been newly rebuilt in rupted existence of p years. It is better supplied Our little city hss CO., world few years ami its business houses ard res- now with facilities for throat, chest or lungs. Dr King's New Discovthe last transacting business prompt hordes are apt to havo poor feet. ery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds is guarNEW YORK CITV. SPRINGFIELD, OHIO. idences will compare with larger cities of greater ly and liberally than ever before in its loug and or money will be paid back. anteed to give rebel Tho American fat stock and horso nreieniions. Our merchant and tradesmen are honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduSufferers from La Grippe found it just the thing We have two ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully all prosperous and doing well and under its use had a speedy and perfect recovshows will bo held nt tho Union stock banks with a capital stock ol $100,000 that are ery Try a sample bottle at our expense and yards, Clrmgo, Nov. 10 to 20. under the pro.pcrous and in a good condition. The Directory of this Hank is compoicd ot learn for yourself just how good a thing it is TriWe have splendid schools. We have a Female al bottles free at A R. Penny's drug store. Large auspices of tho Illinois state board of ag" College, a large brick building, with over too pu T.J. Foster, of Stanford; she so cents and fi. riculture. Ten thousand dollars in cauh nils In attendance ami under the prlncipalslup ol Koroitus Reid, Lincoln county; . Prof. J M. Hubbard, isy in t flourishing condih&premiums will be given. J. W.Hayden, Stanford; Specimen Cases. tion. We also have a Seminary that is a rood S. Clifford, New Cassell, S.H. Haughman, Lincoln; school, with Prof H F. Hlakemanai its head. We was troubled Thero is mouth buildings ic &CASTLEMAN with Hneuralgia and rheumatism,Wis., stomach was disease in not a trace of foot andOxfordhis ha cent of tho best Public School M.J. Miller, Ml. Vernon; either Shropshire or disordered, his liver was affected to an alarming the State, with over too puptls in this sectionof S. T. Harris, Lincoln; degree, appetite fell away and he was terribly reshire, England. attendance, and with other good private schools, Those importing aniMANAGERS, duced in flesh and strength. Three bottles of mals you sec our school facilities are excellent. J. S. Ilocker. Stanford; from theso localities need thereAJrfg&aflfcrl lnm. We have elegant church builntngs, representing G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; Building, Louisville Electric Hitters cured llarrisburg. III., had a run- fore havo no fear, and Secretary Husk Edward Shepherd, every denomination, with a full corps 01 ministers Commerce T. P. Hill, Stanford. ning sore on his leg ot eight years standing. Used need havo no fear. Tho worst case of offias .class talent and are doing a better business three bottles of Llectric Hitters and seven boxes W. O. Welch," Stanford; than any class of men in the city. Agents throughout the South. of Ilucklen's Arnica Salve and his leg is sound I have tried foot and month diseaso In Great Britain to make this statement as facts, W.l'.Tate, Stanford. and well. John Speaker, Catawba, Ohio, had is that of the vociferous Mr. Chaplin, without anv exaggeration or coloring, as those OFFICERS: l five large fever sores on bis leg, doctors said he bear n e out, and those who wish who whom the was bottle Electric Hitters and to buy pleasant bionics at lair prices and locate J. S. liocker, President; W. A. TRIBBLX5, Local Agent, oneb--incurable Onernica Salve cured him entire- tho minister of agriculture,throws into llucklen'a among'a good people with all the best surroundmention of American pork John J, McRobcrts, Cashier; extern ly. Sold at A, R. Penny' drugstore. ings, would do well to call aud tee me before purcSTANFOKD. KY. hysterica. A. A. McKinney, Assistant Cashier. hasing elsewhere cajga-W- hf Published Every Tuesday tvnd Friday tterson at Chicago in a representative AT 111 fullness, dress THE Is a Candidate far Circuit Judge In tho nth District, subject to the actum of the democratic party will deliver Ice every morning In Stanford and Rowland at one cent per pound or siaty centi por ek. hundred. All accounts due last 01 eacn JA.MK.S P. I1UMI. tftf Stanford, Ky. Of Lincoln, Is a Candidate far Circuit Judge tn this judicial district, subject to the actien of the Decwcrac). I ICE I ICE II II. T. jMOEL EILEY HOUSE. Ayer's Ha?r Vigor cleanses tho scalp, euros stimulates James MeCreury I 11 J. OWSUJV, JR., 4.N" J. II. Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co. Mass. I INSURANCE AGENT A-- North-boun- up-nr- B d 1 En. PENNY, Dentist. PRICE, . . THE SIIELTON 111 jver-ha- Original Jellico Coal. A-- Pitf J. HILTOIT, 1 1'". C. D. FOBTELX.. -:- General Merchandise, HOTEL AND J. 1 JOHN IFO IR; 1 SALE. beer. 1 Sr-t- D- 1 TRAVELING PUBLIC. Watertight and Ice . -.Kl-n- rU court-hous- e, 39-y- 33B. , J. A. ASvIOlT, ICE AjMD 1 MTTEHS . HOUSE, Stanford, Kentucky. I.ivcry Stable, - Hrr-m- er "'y 1 1 E. PROCTOR, lr forget-fulne- ss -l j.-j- m THEGOFFEYMOUSEli Milliner and Dress Maker JOSEIII COFFEY, Pro'r, j V I First-Clnss'.Salo- on MONUMENTS ,7-t- f aa-- tt j ;STOCK A. M FarfflersBank&TrnstGo. . rs-- . xo-o- ' To Farmers. ...i tfj IM lllue-Ura- MOREL Itliie-Gra- as - 11 I 1 1 CASS I ELIOT ' 1 ii. t. isrsii, 1 ' ESTATE Stanford, tc con-sisle- at Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, ff'fe -- , n-- n- - s det-o- t. o sA'ajSL" L - & SAM 8ta-bl- j IIiKC&I(NEK FIRST South-eas- t. ' STEEL BOILERS, Cspital S200,000 school-hous- e. first-ela- n Have-bee- tliem a Call. lllue-Gras- s I three-fourt- hs ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. JAMES LEFFEL & insorance Company, solic-te- d. BARBBE K .- - iJi -- know-wil- x ESf VlVURHnH mM'f y s. V- - Semi-Weeklvol. XX. y Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. JULY 8. 1892. NO. 38 h ' litipnJfil I'ihiii? : ridicule tliO( I Sir JSdwin'i highly colored btnteuient Aniolil nnil others us to tin clmrms of Iho women mill plensnnt iiihiiiit of the In imrticular I'mfw-- , peoplo generally. Win Mr Kiln l Rrcont traveler in .lu . -- nor 51 y society that, when tlu elm. in of hiiM worn oil", tho traveler generally dheovorx that the nntlviw lime lieen junking fun of him. The oxierieiiceil traveler in Jaimn (inils the iiimuir-r- ami the wirvico of the inns f uiy natiufncto- ry, nut far mm roiinwiiie. no Knows tho wayM of the country. rihI the fail waitrotwos get no extra niuiMeiiient from him mul treat him just a they would ono of their own countrymen, with quiet repect anil placid mien. When not forbed by whnt wems to her eign vulgarity tho waiting maid of Japan, Professor Knott wiys performs her dutyquiotly, faithfully and uiiobtrnMve-ly- . Noar tho open jort, howewr. whoro tho country is overrun with the gloho trotter, Professor Knott wtyn there is a marked deterioration in the manner of tho lower che--s .Inpnneie, and tho traveler is himaelf to blame fur it. nov-olttcr-ti- n Knott tlltheS-ottin- UMrnpliieal DON'T FAIXi TO ATTEND The Great Lincoln County Stock Fair AT STANFORD, KENTUCKY, Tuesday and Wednesday, JIM 12 & 13 A '( Hvory render knows that I'mnces E. Willard Is n progrosiiivo woman. nho has become m progressive that walking is too alow for her and sho is loaniiug to progress on a bicycle. So tho prohidont of tho World's Woman's Christian Teinjwrmice union will won Ik n familiar hpectacle on the beautiful highways of KvnnMou, 111., gliding gracefully on tho pneuniHtic wheel, which nho thinks most healthful au.l recommuuds for Indies. lrnjrrl Woman. Ke-cent- ly KW- - i Mi ? C W THE FIRST 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 "W. M. BRIGHT, Treasurer. J. T. EMBRY, Assistant Secretary, ii. Best fancy turnout, driven by lady and gen36. SSfo Af IEIjRST ID-AS- HjsL k vac -- MISS WUXAItl) ON A UIKB. t As thoro Is no telling what may happen, it ii well to give her biography right now. ' Francos CliwiK'tli Willnrd was born in Churchville, X. V., Sept. 39. 18y, graduated from the Korthwosteni Femnlo college at Evaustou in 1809, tnught and traveled for ten years, n student and writor in Paris, thon doan of tho Womnu's college at Kvnu-Moand filially, in 171, quit her profession to devoto her timo to tomomnco. She has always 1moii an enthusiast on athletics for women uiA has practiced ns Mie pronchoil. Long limy she "wheel." Selahl 1 1 be-caii- iu n, ( Hi X 1 Recunt travelers in Periu llml the nowstapors of that laud a ton roe of perThere wero none ennial till tho shah returned from Kurojw two yewrs ago. While in Paris ho miw the enbinort with novsimpers in thoir hands whon idle, mid naturally, it is said, attributed thoir general intelligence to this fnct. As soon as ho nrrivod in Teheran ho established n ministry of the pro, and called ujwn tho nobles to aid hint in his plans. As n result thoro aro twolro journals in Persia today. Among them is tho oftlcial organ, Iran. To rend them, however, requires considerable linguistic ability, ns they aro pruned in n mixture of Turkish, Persian and Arable, with French and Russian word hero mid there. Shoref, an illustrated pajMir in Teheran, contains only portraits of Russian mid European celebrities. When ono can road thorn, however, ho finds their grnvo comnionts on wosturn attains more amusing than tho most labored efforts in Punch or tho Paris comics. amm-omout- - XrMiit"'i iif lVrlll. i. Hcst Marc Mule Colt Sio oo " Horse Mule Colt 2. 10 oo " Mule any age 3. 15 00 " Mare and mule colt 10 OO 4. Special premium by J. S. Owsley, Jr. Hcst jack under 1 year old 5. 10 00 special premium by Harry S. Wood, with the Standard Drug Co., Cincinnati, 0. 6. Hcst Jack I year old and under 2 10 00 13. special premium J. Henry Hankla, with I7. Phillips, wholesale whiskies, tobaccos, cigars, Danville, Ky. Hcst jack 2 years old and over 7. 1000 special premium by J no. N. Hastings, with John J. Perkins, Wholesale Grocers, Cincinnati, 0. S. Hcst jennet under 2 years old 1000 special premium by the Huckcyc Machine Co., J. D. Tructt, General Man'g'r, Crow & Co., agents, J. O. Shields, Trav. Agent. Hest jennet 2 years old and over 9. 1000 HOKSHS FOK HARNESS tleman Special premium by A. B. Robertson & Bro., Danville, Dealers in Dry Goods, Notions, etc. Ladies' and Childrens' Fine Shoes. HORSES 20 00 37- - FOR HARNESS PURPOSES. 23- - Best stallion or gelding 2 years and under 3.. 12 50 Special premium by Embry, Dunn & Fox, the Main-stree- t Liverymen, Danville. Best stallion 3 years old and under 4 20 00 & 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 & Farra, InSpecial premium by Kinnaird surance Agents, Lancaster, Ky. Best double team, speed, style and durability considered, regardless of sex, color or ownership 40 00 S25 to first and Si 5 to second. ROADSTER RING. Best yearling either sex, with one standard cross. Season to Belmont Chief 8689 5000 special premium by J. P. Crow, proprietor 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 d pacers. 33. Best boy rider S5 Suit by C. D. Portwood, the Clothier and Furnisher, Danville, $$, and 26. Best mare or gelding any age, style and rability considered S50 to first and $25 to second. du- 75 00 I'l'KPOSKS. IO Hest colt either sex 10 00 tho occupants of his homo at Uawardon. but ho has two favorites his youngest granddaughter, Dorothy Drew, and Potz n Pomeranian dog, imported in 1SSS Evory morning tho dog will wait tho door of Mr. Gladstone's dressing room In ordor to accompany him In his daily walk to morning sorvico at the church. Petz's favorito diversion Is after sticks, n game that never Kooms to tiro him. No ono, too, is fonder of joining in tin) gamo than Mr. himself. "Nearly all tho mbiistors," says a Uawardon resident, "when visiting tho castle, have had to contribnto in this way to Petz's nmusoinont." out-bide et GluiUtmui' ritturlto 1)K Mr. Gladstone is uniformly kind to all 31 r. Special Premium by I. M. Hruce, Proprietor Main Street Livery and Kccd Stable. I I Hest stallion, marc or gelding year old and under 2 Special premium by McKinney Hros., Grocers and Dealers in Hardware. Hest marc 2 years old and under 3 Special premium by H. K. & W. II. Wear-en- , Dealers in Groceries, I lardwarc, etc. Hest mare 3 years old and under 4 3 Special premium by P. V. Green, proprieMyers House Fine tor of the Livery and splendid Har attached. Hcst mare 4 years old and over M Special premium by William Moreland, dealer in Cattle, Hogs and Sheep. Stock bought and sold on commission. 1 wcll-Kno- wn szEOonsriD HORSES id-as- t. FOR SADDLE PURPOSES. 15 added by the Association 10 00 39- Best combined stallion any age 5000 $35 to firstand $15 to second, special premium by Rabcnstein & Harris, Live stock Commission Merchants, Union Stock Yards, Cincinnati, O. Best rockaway mare or gelding, to be driven 40. to rockaway 20 00 special premium by W. P. Walton, proprietor of the Interior Journal First-clas- s printing done on short notice. 41, Best Lady Rider 10 00 special premium by Emmet McCormack, Dealer in Live Stock, Mt. Salem, Ky. Best combined mare or gelding, any age 42. 40 00 S25 to firstand Si 5 to second, special premium by Joe S. Wright, the Tombstone man, Junction' City Fine workmen always ready to wait on the pub- - M Al 10 00 12 50 15 00 20 00 run-nin- g HORSES FOR SADDLE PURPOSES. Glad-Bton- o An Open Vlmv. v Advertisement bo seen Sanduy, -- An exceptional in. Lifo. open- ing with plouty to do fo dentist. 11 ft. Can I am agent for tho Wm. Deering Co.'a twin , i ho best In tho market. J. H. Bauglitnan. ' 10 00 Special premium by C. II. Cox, with M. II. Lauchhcimcr& Son, M'frs of Clothing, Haltimore, Md. 16. Hest stallion, mare or gelding 1 year old and under 2 12 50 & McRoberts, Special premium by Higgins dealers in Clothing, Hoots, Shoes, &c. They are the Gents' Furnishers. Hcst marc 2 years old and under 3 15 00 7 Special premium by Joseph Coffey, proprietor of the Coffey House. A splendid place to stop while attending the Fair. iS. Hcst mare 3 years old and under 4 20 00 In Huilding and Loan stock Special premium by C. N. Estes, representing the Southern Mutual Huilding and Loan Association. W. A. Tribble, Agent, Stanford. 25 00 19 Hcst mare 4 years old and over Special premium by E. Bremer, bottler of the celebrated John Brenner Brewing Co.'s Beer, and M. A. Zimmcr, of Lexington, agent for the Jung Beer. Best phrcton pony, 14 hands and under 10 00 20, Special premium by B. II. Danks, the Artistic Jeweler and Engraver. 15 Hcst colt cither sex Best walking stallion, mare or gelding 15 00 special premium by J. P. Thorrell, proprie?o. Best stallion any age 4000 tor of the Clemens House, Danville, and $25 to first and $15 to second. the Central Kentucky Carriage Co., DanSpecial premium by A. Tribble, proprietor ville, Makers and Repairers of Buggies, Gilchcr House, Danville. Thoroughly reCarriages, Wagons, &c. fitted and refurnished. Formerly of the Best model stallion, mare or gelding, to be 46. Tribble House, Junction City, and the Cumshown by halter 15 00 berland Hotel, Middlesborough. special premium by T. B. Walker, proprietor of Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, LanHORSES FOR HARNESS PURPOSES. caster. 12 50 3i. Best gelding 2 years and under 3 47- - - Best pair of matched mares or geldings 30 00 Special premium by Dr. A. S. Price, the second, S20 to first and Sio to Dentist, and Tim Murphy, the Danville special premium by George D. Wearen, Carriage-makedealer in Wagons, Buggies, Harvesting Best gelding 3 years and under 4 15 00 Machines and Fixtures. Special premium by Thomas Dalton, pro4S. Best New York saddle stallion, Mare or geldprietor of the Carpenter House Rates Si , ing 20 00 per day. special premium by Myers' Livery Stable, 33- - Best gelding 4 years old and over 25 00 Lancaster, Ky. Splendidly supplied with Special premium By F. Curran&.Co., Lous horses and buggies. isville, dealers in Fine Wines, Whiskies Best fancy saddle mare 2000 49. and Brandies. special prempm by J. P. Ripy & Co., 34. Best yearling thoroughbred of either sex, sour-masLawrenceburgV dealers in Hand-madbred in Lincoln county 10 00 Anderson County Whiskies. Special premium by J. J. Thompson, the SWEEPSTAKE ROADSTERS. Artistic Barber. Best thoroughbred suckling colt, either sex, 3550. Best stallion, mare or gelding, style, speed t 10 oj bred in Lincoln county and durability considered 15000 Special premium by the Stanford & LanSioo to first, S35 to second and S15 to third. caster Turnpike. SWEEPSTAKES. 45- r. first-clase h - Best stallion 2 years old and under 3 Special premium by Sandidge& Rcid, Danville, Livery, Sale & Feed Stable, Fourth street, near Main. :S. Best stallion 3 years and under 4 Special premium by M. F. Elkin, the Main street Meat Merchant. Fresh meats always on hand. Best stallion 4 years old and over Special premium by Sine & Mencfee, Dealers in Rough and Dressed Lumber. 00 43- - lie. FANCY SADDLE RING. : Best stallion or gelding special premium by G. S. Sandifer & Bro), Danville, the expert horse shoers, and I. G. Adler, Danville, dealer in Horse Clothing, Hoots, &c. Best marc and colt .. 44. Special premium by W. J. Davis, Danville, Men's Outfitter, Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Boots, Hats, etc. 25 00 20 00 15 00 25 00 i ')' ggMaaHaW A PUZZLING QUESTION. I I This question is ono which should apparently bo easily solved by a scientist. Yet it Is tho scientists who aro puzzling themselves about it. Not long ago, says Chicago Bearings, it was plausibly claimed that tho upright position of tho WAS A REAL HEROINE. wheel wns maintained "by intuitivo balThe Awful Test to Which Her Lover ancing by the rider, thus keeping tho gravity over tho base, and that a high Tut n Tretty Olrl. Two tall, graceful itirls strolled slow- wheel, with tho rider's weight elevated, ly nlons t'u bvuih, earnestly coiivers-intf- . was firmer on its baso than a lower ono in fact, it has often been proven that They wire conspicuous in tho throng, ami ninny nn ntlmiring glance it is easier to steer tho "ordinary" when was turned toward them as they saun- the rider is in coasting position (with tered to nml fro. Tno day was perfect. legs over tho hnndlo bar) than when A cloudless sky was Mlectcd in calm tho feet are upon tho pedals. Tho moving baso idea, one would waters lelow, whilo scarcely a breath naturally argue, applies to tho rolling of nir was fetirring. Tho girl in the pure white blazor was wheel in the sumo manner that it does to a stick balanced upon tho finger, but doing most of tho talking, is all very well," she was Baying, this solution does not satisfy a scien"It tific down in Tennesseo "to insist that you would dio for tho claims man in centrifugal force tho who corthat man yon love, but the actual sacrilico is rect answer is to be found. Ho says, nuito another thing." with reason, that a wheel is kept upTho girl with tho bine yachting cap right by the direction of thocoutrlfugal shrugged her shoulders. force. For the purpose of his argument, "You speak," sho observed, "liko ono a wheel is like o ball and rolls forward, who has made tho sacrifice." backward or to tho right or left as tho "I havo tho right so to spoak." motive power is directed. Tho centriftumu- ugal force created by pressure upon tho Affecting recollections poured ltously over tho soul of tho girl in the pedals increases and is strongest at tho white blazer. Her lips trembled and outer edge of the wheel. If the wheel the superb eyes bent upon tho sand of were suspended, the base or center tho beach glistened with tho dew of would be the hub and the force would gathering tears. bo equally great all nround the rim, but Tho girl in the bluo cap smiled haugh- iU &t 18C iml$& Does tho Upper Half of a 'Wheel Travel Fatter Thau tho Lower Hall? The first name of the democratic can... . !.,... l..l uuuii-uiuau is so unusual us iu origin. It is a Biblical inquiry as to its name and may be found in 1 Chrouicles, chapter U7, verse 20, where it is stated that ShnphaU the eon of Adlui, was over King David's herds that wero in the valleys. Gesenlus, in his Hebrew Lexicon, defines Adlal to mean ' tho justice of God." As Gen. Stevenson was the embodiment of tho justice that overtook a good miuiy of the "rascals" be tween 1SS3 and 1SS0, there is a substantial basis for tho theory thnt hla pnronts were guided by a sort of prophetic instinct in assigning him a name. Louisville Times. -. I -- - Miles' Norvo and Livers Pill the liver, Anew itomach and Iwwrlt tliro'ish the nerves. bilious-nest Dr Milet Pill apeedily cure aiicovery Acton a new principle-regulati- ng uo TO THE FARMERS. M at bad t.ite, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Smallest Unequaltd for men, women, children Kilty dosut J cents. Sample mildest, surest A K Penny'. Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Suk Headache, In ditjcstion. C nstlpntion or Cotieness we can not cure with West's Vegetable Liter Tills, wheu the directions ate strictly compiled with. Thuy are purely segetable and never tail to give iaitsi.ie-lioSugar coated. I.arae boes. nwtaming jo pill', sc lieware of counterfeits and imitation. T he eenuiae manufactures? only by The lobn C. Wett Co., Chicago, III. For tab by A. k. Ten-an. y. We will pav the abokc reward fnr nny ?5oo REWARD, I am acent for The Central Kentucky Itedct Fence Co. 1 Lancaster, and offer the services cl both myself aud the Company to the cititens of Lincoln county. I am very thankful for the liberal patronage received and hope by iair dealing to Farmers tn need of a (rood merit a continuance fence will find me nt the Myera House in Stanford on each fnuuty Court day. M W. JOHNSON. 970m raseof Q&efc; Itatiat-rvsMvcsl Hull,, Cumberland Cap i Louisvill. Double Daily Schcdsle, R. U. In Effect May 4, ilg mrthl Hotel, I aw my lUrber bnep to the Com Lve. Leufivlfle-- .. " Slanfard Arr. MtdtUesboro Lve. Mkldtmber . Arr. Cumberland (Jan. ."" ' Hasalltan Spring it tea .. .. Itstim S Kofroshincr.Retrcats. .Stunner dam are fiwt approaching nml now U the time that excursionists, pleuroekers and sportsmen should figure out it route for thlr turn mer vacation. In o, the.dtlighdtlly cool summer aud fishing resorts located along the WisCentral I in conic vividly to view, mining consin ;. which are For Lake, III . Lake Villa, III., Waukesha, Cetlar I ake, Xeeruth, Waupaca Flfield, Hetternut ami Ahlainl. Wl. Wlscoti fivejean become the center jm !wn within Nwker hunters ami of attraction t r more anr other Mate In tho Union ami fiiliermeii than th iWiii to airiiin Kfe the iiicnun-nachiit 'chnrmliij landtcnpe, breathe the Itabcrn frasranre ii. that i ft part oi the niMjoraiim; Hinioinen, pinei nml dertliMuli the cotnmiailei of statelr niatlellv. kruitr Ik. uuvl L.1 hAtitle toltha hmiil For pamphlets containing valuable information, T. S. 1'AT FY. 1). V. A.. etc., apply to Cnattaiiooga, Tenn. JAS. f. POND, General 1'nMenser nod Ticiet Chicago, III. Aent, Muck-wati.i- ' thelt plure 4 A new and Complete treatment, consisting o( suppositories. Ointment in Capules, also in lo and pilK a positive cure ful Kxtcri a), Internal. ItliuJ or Hlerdin, Itchmc, Chroii. , Recent or llerelitary Tiles This rreed) has neer been 6 lor $; sent by mail knovn to fail, it per n Why suffer from this terrible discaie when a guaraatec Is p.)Mllvoly given with e hoaet, m refunjd th4 money if not etired. Send stamp for iree sample. Itisarantee issued bv A. IX. Tenn), DrucKi't and el aent, Stanford, Ky, Call for To have t .iur samples CURE b. Prepared to Accommodate Ladies as well as Gentlemen, la anything they miy wish, in my tine, also waited nn tail "ii inc. Chit- - .... 1SSS JKSSE TIXOSIPSON, Tn Commercial Hotel. J?"1 Rlvar. " Clineh '"Hia " V1""" Tasewell..... Twvnll Hiver iriuar ...J f ipm B 7l am jam is a m 7 7 7 m i)j fins t so s 4jam f itisM ., ,s pm, 4 4 nm: 4Jm siim i. a m 'jam t am a as " " " ril-te- Go to Earp's Art Gallery h " Cerrytan lleverlr K .VO. Luttndi.....:...:.: mctran. ' Washburn Tannler Springs MalaHeys4He p at 441pm1 I wit t ail the tskf He Veeps tip Knoxviue IfOUfl Lvc.TnotvtHV A-- TJTTT jjapmi ora ....... I ija m ao a tn 4 jl p m loipm I ji a m 5 it p m I 4B a m m soipsal ,41 am a tap ml 7 3 a m id s mi 4t pas' j m Iatcst Improvements, And wilt civeyiu ty A J HART, Stanford T k1 Mllfnctlm tily. C "Indeed," eho sarcastically retorted, "how very interesting. And how does it feel to actually dio for tho man you love?" Reproachfully the girl in tho whito blazer directed her gazo upon tho gin with tho bluo yachting cap. "You shall not mako light of it." "Forgivo me." For a timo they walked in silence. Both wero deeply affected, tho ono filled with remembrances of tho past, tho other, her resentment gone, with worn- nnly sympathy. "Tell mo about it, Ethel." Tho girl in tho bluo yachting cap was tenderly persuasive. "It was worso than dying for him, Clara." With a quick movement tho tears wero dashed from tho superb eyes and tho girl with tho whito blazer faced her companion. "It was last Easter, Clara. You ro member tho dear, bright follow 1 was engaged to then. Ono evoning, but n short while before, ho said ho did not believe I boro him tho deep lovo I should I challenged him to name a sacrifico 1 would not mako for his sake. With an insight into f eminino character which was always lephistopholiau in its subtlety he dared mo to do that which causes every woman's heart to recoil with horror. But I did it." The had paused in their walk ami were looking at each other fixedly. D Cholcrn Infantum his lost IM terrors since the introduction ef Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrha-n- . Remedy. When that remedy i used and tho treatment as directed wllh each bottle Is followed a cure ii certain. Mr A. W. Walters, a prominent merchant at Waltersburj;, Ill.,ays:-"I- t cured my bby of cholera inlantum after several other remedies had failed The child was so low that he seemed almo4t beyond the aid ol human hsndsor reach of anv medicine. s$ and jo tent bottle for sale by Dr M L. Ilourtie, Drufgist and Optician, Stanford, Ky. with a blcj'ele tho ground is that base or center and the centrifugal force being expended away from the center, tho wheel must revolve if tho force is strong enough, and is thus kept upright. This can be proven. Place a buggy wheel rim and roll tho wheel. It will be found that the pencil will trace semicircles, not circles; thus showing that tho center around which tho wheel's weight revolves is on the ground. A C a will mark tho path of the pencil in the upper part of the wheel and BDli that in the lower. Their relative longth will show tho relative velocity, for the first has gone about seven times as far forward and four times as far through space as the other has in the same time. Some cannot see how this can be and yet tho wheol remain solid, but try it. Of course, the center or base is a moving one, but, by nfilxing two pencils to the rim, one at cither end of tho horizontal diameter of tho wheel, tho tracing on tho wall will show that the upper half of the wheel travels about seven times as far forward and four times ns far through space in one revolution as the lower half. The force being greater in tho upper half, the wheel must consequently, during sufficiently swift motion, remain upright regardless of any balancing or moving ba?e argument. Dr F C West's Nerean.l I ran Treatment, a f r Hysteria, Dunric-s- , fits Nrurlgia, jKotiof Heiitanc, Nervous Trstrm. n used g or ti'harco, Wakefulness. M'iial Iiepressmn, ol Hraill. lautii mnery, decay, insanity, death. Premature Old Age, lUrrenneM. Lms of Tewer in either sex, Imnotenc. I ucorrhira and all rcrnnlc Wea!cnesse, involuntary I. , i caused by of brain, helf A month's treatment Abue, f i, six t'r $ bv mail We guarantee" six lioxes t' cure Each or ler for six boxes with S3 will send written (tu.iranttc to refuricl it n,vit cured Guarjed only by A R Tenny, Druggist and antees j sole artit, Stanford, Ky tvr aspeiitu Por J3alo Twenty IJuiltHu H I Arr K. " llcterly Juntn.. ... ' .Malr.-rvil- le " LntlreM " lewder SpriHgs ........ Soft-entn- Lots Renland. In the corporate limits of Rowland, DARST. r oil a m " Wa.Iik.irli.....!...... ........ isism Tjlpn 7yPp ns " (Klman ..... so it a i I o m " Clineh Riser .... a m I lopn iso " lne MoHatniH .. ,10)1 a m liypn " Tasenell loijaw t jo p m " Towell lttver... .. ,11 at am " m " Arthar .. 111 i a m a onTa m , ' I a w 6 jo p in I 4) ami 44 p m ..- -.. I ji a ml 54 p m ........ a ol a in' 700pm 7 il pm (iiinj , F J"-- 1 -- " ... .t over-exerti- on fJAWNo!Westernfi.B. ccsnetl Schedule Mjy Mhldleabaro Lve Ml.tiltMkara Arr. Slanfonl. ... .'.!.'.'.!!! 11 " Itatailtan Springs.... t,amcri4tHi U.. ,11 44 11 11 " am tajprn a m tMpHi of pm ie 00 p m ..... ' 1 j m . .L.-i:r'- . 7 "? l, t' ,1 against the wall, affix a pencil to its When When When When Baby tras slci, tro cure her Outorla. sho was a Child, sho cried for Castorla. he became Miss, aho clung to Castoria, sho had Chi! ' ren. sho caTo tlictn Castori 04!lsshoullbflnT)iilrljitxiuikrtittlielr (Jj t elli-c- 0 To euro eomt tho OQOOO0O0OO 1Ws11aWPIs I LEAVE station , I N OH TON DAILY wit boat ckatSR. t onneciMsn. mad North-wea- Tallaun rjsme l A Car Kavivtlb to Clactansll with all trains aVftat, p m for Uranasa, tllisenald ami latersaetlaHe All trains rotirmcl at im t l.m imrclrjir tho liotr- - G Mr. Van Pelt, editor of the Cratr, Mo. Meteor, went to a dru? store at Hilladale. Iowa, aid asked of the physician in attendance to rive him a something for cholera morbus and ktoseac of the so much better the next bowels, lie says: "I tell morning that 1 concluded to ca'l on the physician and et him to Ax me no a mipdIv of the mediciiw I was surprised when he handed sne a bottl of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, He aid he prescribed It regularly in his practice and found it the best he could get or prepare. I can testify to its efficiency in any cae at all events. ' For ale bv Ur. M L. Bourne, Druggist and Optuwn, Stanford. Ky. 4e OI.it pi It cinly roqttlreil. I'illis aro rvKtrctl euro Ttttt'a Tiny with ajicclal r. Qj of is lor KlueneM, Hst4tr4, Hoaaoae, asid TWVa4 oVa hbura, Kicbasesid aa4 NotlaeV. Also (via jsS (;ay alreel and Depot Tklat oatco, fca( Was Main street. Kunsvrtle. for WashlaKtost, Hatteratewa, Karri-turTor any lafarautioa as to roatsss, rasaa, cto.,p-pl- y ThilMielpkiM aasl New York Pullman Uepiatr Cars Ifsssa lxxil' vilte to Nae-to W. A. BI.Y, Aciin. Oea'ITass Ik vii and KadsVcd; alaa R ad hard la At. II ENtY A SMI fU. LIT Heart Aenl New York, via SaaauusaWah junctiosi, atoo Jtad I r! to askiagtasi; alt from t.yachbarf to Kick KaoavtUa, Tet.a. Kunkr) yn ti 10 3 Rwj I ate Sprtat and l.ea psiacs. TamaKh tKlets osi aal at City with Crys, Toan., ClMcsnaati. taaslmrtasia Gap Ratifimsi trataia to aad Mar-nmo- at (iraad Central North and I -- m mm 00 OO0OOO0O ? 1 tern until they net on the liver, rsnntnrnl flo.vof liilonuil tlielr otio tunlo lJliroiHTtlelimnrt jiotvprto tho lov-- Is to remove tmlw.it thy nccnmnlatlon. iiiitMl niipetlto nml cllt;ohtuts N result fronts lie use nriliPM'llttlo pills. VJ 1'rlce, y.--c OHIcp, 31) l'lncp, S'. Y. Q C0ST1VENESS and HEADACIic. (5)Tliey nro milil tuitl remain In tho aya-- Q ns tnr Pocshoi tas. Towhataa and Goot o p m 4t l'luefteld daily at a oj a in and rn, if p m I r ot's anic at Norton Irons tha East dally at ; m ind ' ( p ns I or l irther iiifcrnialiun as t si he.lilc( rates. nt of Norfolk A Writern Rail A' . .ii lm W I., t al. r to r (".tn Ajt . H.uinrke, Va. mil - mond It (,), 1. .IT YOU AKE GOINf)., 1 1 Tas-ene- M:ll INT0Fv.TB: or WEST, TIIK A first edition of Gray's "Eleyy," originally published at llij cents, has been recently no!d at S2fl5, while a tint edition of Walton's "Complete Angler" realized $1,050. and sustained a painful and serious sprain of the Chan-bcrlain- c";. -- j' '. I : I 1 TTI 1 ' n I1 I 1 1 J KCST85ATIVe JUHVinC 1 j-- OfMlLtS leu Louiavmc 4 NaaHviiir R. R. Is the line for you, as ita carpenter by the name ol M. t. Poweis fell from the nxjfof a house In Kast De Mowea, Iowa, A 'a miles -- "Yes, Clara, I did it. I went to church that Easter morning, sat in thi very front seat and I never looked around onco during tho wholo service." NEW YORK BUILDING. Tho girl in tho blue yachting cap drew a deep, tremulous breath. Tho Kmplre State's I'nlace at tho World'! "Ethel." wrist, which he cured with one bottle l I'mib Halm. He says it Is worth Jc a bottle It co-i- t him 50 cents. For sale by Dr. M L. ltourne. Druggist and Optician, Stanford, Kv. mmiiii m$zc&F..' 'iuto:Kte.JZ&zir& sv i WSJ Ir4vsMVV.V A Bm Double 3)nily Trains Mat, cvnaectiAM cba-- e at LOUISVILLE Aud CINCINNATI Tor all psrtnli. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. SAGUAGX CIIKCKRD FHTOR'.V ssiSESEsaa liortcst to -' W'AVJ O -J m THROUGH The most Celebrated Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat and Chronic Disease Specialist in the State. -- &, VtL; N Vmrr xs "f it I imtw'i Lj 1 rVB.r,t?. SjX tpikrrMS 4 'rvr iiir.iiif fe any iafostnassoa taasdee 0 P. L. rvTwitiU.t "Ethel." Columbian Imposition. St. I. nun, "Yes, Clara." "You aro a sublime heroine. Can you forget my hastv words?" "I can. Clara"." And tho little wavelets lapped tho snowy beach with drowsy sound, whilo all the throng gazed in admiration at the two tall, graceful girls. Detroit Tribune. Unci a Choice. The dude was descanting to tho maiden on its likes and dislikes. "Aw, don't you know, Miss Anne, I wouldn't bo pwesident of tho United States undah any circumstances," it announced superciliously. "I should refuse it even if it were rendahed me, it is such a twying position, with so much, don't you know, that is quito unbeahwa-bl- y disagweable about it." "Iudeed?jJ she taid, lifting her eyebrows meaningly. "Yes, Miss Anne," it went on; "but I should deahly lovo to bo seowotawy of '" tho navy, don't you know, faw 1 could ('yy , havo such splendid oppwatuuities faw 'jcy,yachting, don't you know." snsw yoiik wokld's faih bcildino. Then it was tho girl arose and went away to commune with a pug dog in a for building it has been awarded to blue blanket. Detroit Free Press. George Fuller & Co., of Chicago, for one-ha- lf - lines of the Italian Renaissance. The structure will be 00x150 feet and two stories high. The contract and Mead & White, of Xew Yorlc. Mr. McKim is the designer of the agricultural building at Jackson park. In the New Yorlc pavilion he designed on world's fair buildings at Jackson park. Plans for it have just been completed by Architect McKim, of the firm of Mc-Ki- Xcw York will have one of tho finest lravVnV4 DuIIiiprs, Dl2zincs", Blurs, Opium I labit, Dninkptmcsa, etc., are cured by Dr. Sllles' Kestoratlvo XerviutvlIscovcriMl by tlip emluout Intliiina Specialist lit nervous diseases. It does not contain oplatej or dangerous druap. Fine book of great cures nnd trial bottlos Fhee at druggista. Dr. Jlllet.' Jledlcal Co., Elkbart, Ind. Tbilldelpata Washington. Baltimore. (.i.itkest time to l!irodbur, Frankfort, Ky Kuhmcnd, VIRGINIA. Shorleat Pad Of nil forms, Nctiralpia,St)asni3,Flts,Slccp-le5jne- , Quickest line to ." HEADACHE! Ill SAtliru Ch Michif.n Punts, CUv'Uud. I)etroit, Il and the west. Indnnap. Castasla, (j:u:(mat(, to, Nc a Tvsertv mite"' r Or W. W. TENN, Trav. CUFI'oilD, Aft nt. laaasrrf ' ICv m.. Jaaclsost Cty, K HutUU, New Yorlc, Iloslon, Eaiaad. Nowport News iV Mississippi Valley Co. Chesatwase A-- Ohm House. Washington, Philadelphia OH Tuint and the Seashore and all Eastern Citws. IN EKTFCT NOV. Baltimore, Now York, ij, tact. SOLID MIslIlll LED TRAINS thro' nh rWralaghaia, Meridout change via Chattan.-osa- , ian luaVins direct connttona an tonte for Knus. ville, Asheville, Lynchturaad points in the TKIAIi ISOTTU2 FR3EE. For sale by A K. Tenny, itanford ABDJL(NA9 At Chatunoosa for AUaata, Cohsmbus, Wilasinr Ms'.os, aavasiaaa, ton, Charlestoe, Aucusta, Ilrunsviick, Lake City, Thosaasville aud KI.OKI DA points. The otilv line running solid Yrstibulod tralaswttsi I'ultatan fkiidoir or Palace Sleeping Cars to St Auqstinu without chaage lor any class of pas. scr gers or baggage. Srlma and Mnntcotnery, Huntiville, Decatui Fl"rence, Memphis and AUK ANNAS points. Shortt and quukest to Aamston Selena, Me bile. Ditect connections made at NHW without omnibus transfer for GMvestoa Houston, Austiu, EAST ItOUND Lve i.einsctoa.- -. . I U Wiaclsasler.... I l Mt. Sfailis; .Dallyj Dally. E. V faao p'n 4a a 41 Mail faat iLlmU'dAccom. Etc. Daily JO Aceol Daily RaSu 7 P P a 7 oop JSP aajQCa Arr Ashland, ... 'it i pfie 7 pj I to " Cstletwburx. r at Pie 13 p! M " llaMlasun. . 1; p 10 4 W J " WashiisasaM. p l TMhtdeTptita. 10 II a i pi 41 Arr New Yorlc .. j 1 )o p 1 jo 14 WKST ROUND Lve llMattHetMi.-Ashland i Dstr. 6 J. S. APPLEMAN, M. B., THE CELEBRATED feAI- - likglish, Specialist, Formerly Profess, rof Practice of Medicine, Mnlkiil Item. Madam was recounting that her husband was ill the night before and had to for a doctor at U o'clock in the morning. "But 1 thought yon had a doctor in tho house your eldest sou," said a neighbor. True, but we only let him doctor the servants." Texas Sittings. New to Her. SS0.0OO. This docs not represent the entire cot. Furnishings, such as carpets, lighting fixtures, wall paper, etc., have been promnmounting to ised as donations by New York firms. A Wonilerful Electrical Medical College, TORONTO, CANADA, Now Examining Physician of the Southern Medical Institute, LOUISVILLE, KY. The "Weekly Louisville Commercial Will be sent to any address from now until January ist, itoj, for twenty-fi- t e cents. Campaign year is nt liand ; you mutt keep rxiMtil, and the way tn do do so Is to read TIIK COMMERCIAL the only true exponent of protection and sound currency tn the South TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The only through line to Jackson and Vicksburjt, " Cammsbarc i j ae a( M l I P1 j; 41 7 14 pi PI Miss.. Shrevepxrt La., makiue direct conneetioni without omnibus traiisler lor Dallas Fort Won h. Austin, San Antonia, El Taso and pointstn Mt. Sterling ; " WlHckeslcr... is ij 11 Arr Lexnittofl . . it 01 ' Louisville......' 3 I jsl 45 K p. 1 ll ! U M pi 7 40 p i I'll oj a Mjoa V'7 i a TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO.CALIFOaNIA. For throueh rates correct county maps and in information cull on Acent at Junction City, Ky or address J S. LKITII. Trav i'ais. Aif , City.Ky D G. EDWARDS. D.MILLER, 1 raflic Varigr , G. T ,V T. A., Inn-lion Cincinnati Woman Young Tutter What do you suppose Clubberly said? That 1 was tho most awkward man in a dress suit he ever saw. Miss Pinkerly Why, I didn't know ho had over seen you in a dress suit. Clothier und Furnisher. Sweet Simplicity. I 0 vA ."4 JUS f.I"V S-r- aT '- K i. r w tSi(V'!.'V --- - -Ml H Y?" Judv Mamma But, Malwl, my dear girl, how do you know that Arthur loves An Airy ftlin. you? Has ho said anything? So light Is the spider's web that a Mabel Oh, no, mamma, not yet. But pound weight of it will reach uround if you could only seo tho way ho looks the world, and then leave enough to reach from New York to Fianclsco. at mo when I am not looking at himl Physically and men tall y, the Iato Dowager Grand Duchess of most burg Schwerin was, in truth, woman in the century. remarkable Born on I cbruary 23, 1S03, it was not until 1SSS that sho had any serious illness. Imagine eighty-fiv- e years of unbroken health! Her life was idyllic in its peaceful beauty and goodness. It is true that the late grand duchess had to endure the loss of her husband and half a century of widowhood, and that ono by ono she mourned the death of all her children, out that is one of nature's penalties for the privilege, if it be one. of attaining extrerao old agz. The tender affection which existed for so many years between the grand duchess and her brother, the late Emperor William, was the great happiness of her long life, and its countless acts of unassuming benevolence made it a blessing to herself and others. That there must havo been much that was remarkable about the duchess in her young days may bo judged bj- - the enthusiastic admiration which the sight of her superb figure and lovely face aroused in the cynical philosopher poet Heine, who confessed that to gaze upon "Our Alexandria's" pure and serene features made him feel a bettor man. Will be at Myers House, Stanford Tuesday, July 19. day only, returning every four weeks durinj the year. Dr. Applrman is a graduate ef llellevue Hospital Medical Collecc, New Ycrk City, and the Electrical Medical College, Toronto, Canada. He has From 9 a. m. to 6 p. m., one HEMX3NTGTOIST STANDARD- - limited estlbsilod train run dally in eennc. lion with Chesapeake .V Ohio "F F. V ' ta New York. Fast Mail Trains run dally and male local steps between Lexington and Huntington. HuntlWKlou and Morohead AccemmoiUtlon run dally. I.ciiwjion and Morchead and Lexititen and Mt. Sterling Accommedations run daily except Sunday. Through Sleeplnc Car tt and from Wasbingten and New York without chance. For fall information in regard to rates, routes, Ac , apply to any ajent of this or comiectlnc lines or to II. E. KuNTlNOTON, C. L. IIROWN, V. T. and I'. M , G. T. A., Lesincten, Ky, G. W. HARNEY, W. S HARRISON. O. M., Lexington, Ky. T. T. A.,AshUnd,Ky Send for a Sample Copy. You And examine it carefully. will be sure to subscribe. AddrcM all letters and make all checks and orders pat able to post-offi- Typewriter made a special study ol the diseases he treated in the great llellevue and Charity Hospital for sev end years and recocnlies nosuperlor m diapnosiutj He devotes all and treatim; Chronic Diseases his time to the treatment of chronic and nervous diseases of both sexes and his skill as an expert ill this class of cases is well established. Treats successfully, and ..TAKK THE.. ii Acute nnd Chronic Catarrh, T7lntn. In P... , Deafness, DiMiues of Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat, uncs, Kifney, Urinary and Uladder troubles. I. ni'3u. Di.hetes. Dtsneutla. Consti pation, Rheumatism aud Paralysis, Epilepsy or Kits positively cured. ounir or middle aged men sulTerint; from Impotcncy. Eruptions, the results of errors or ecests, shuiild call before It is too late. e curatitee a cure if cae has not gone too far Superfluous I air and alt eruptions of the lace permanently removed Permanently Cures X!ll, Louisville Press Co. LOUISVILLE, KY. p..hi. best wo:r,:k: -- THE Qafit v 11 it jt if Ajtnx lOwii9kxo HY., THE WORLD'S FAIR LINE TO POSTED. This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and others net to trespass on our lauds without permission, at all suwh will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Signed: ss C. M. STOOVAMOdRE THE SIMPLEST MEANS IN Blood nml Skin Diseases. As Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, curt d by never failing remedies. Dneanesol women, such a Ecucorrhea. painful Menstruation. Displacement ol Womb, bearing down pains in back, relieved In short time. The Doctor carries all Ills portable Instruments and conies prepared to examine the most obscure OT(AKQ9 And "tc, THESHORTEST TIME THE J. medical and i.irgtial caes. He undertakes no incurable derates but cures hundreds giveu up to die. CONSULTATION FREE And Confidential. AMr( J. S APTLKMAX, U t M. D., Louisville, Ky. JAMES GIVENS. I. S. PHILLIPS. ANTON RENACKEU. CLARK RKVNOLDS. M. LACKOWITZ. N T.D. NEWLAND. W. W. HAYS. O. C. 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