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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892071201 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 - T3STV u A l Semi-Weeklvol. xx. DANVILLE. y Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JULY 12. 1892. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. NO. 39 h ( k ) 4 shillings, for which n CRAB ORCHARD. rnnt wMonloied IoIniib. If tho Kon- As 'time la winging us away toon , uicKy Legislature could provide simpiy eternal heme," and tho Intkhioii hns no for the payment of the "charges" of our correspondent from Crab Orchard, I will J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. judiciary, itia likely that any considera,,.. try and give you a few items. Miss ble number of our lawyers would bo Gth, 1892. Hays, of Stanford, is the guest of anxious to accept a position upon the ween irom - .. . a cuenp coon excursion nashed m .Mrs. J. I'. Hold.im. Dr. hates, of Mc- - Full corn ofConservatory and Normal School teacher, 'uperior .,... ...V i cwirtet in Literature, Muile and . ...... &....... wuu 1... iHinutvin,,,,i. tliu k. C. in r:....t.mini ii .iiiiiiinv bench. Hut, then, they iniu'ht like Jue Miica fiiuniv i ui i ji iii!i i'iiuii Aim in " Tho Stock of Chad wick, IJailey&Co., An Excellent doardlng department Catalogues nnd circular! furnished on application. tlei? Depovsti-have a ood old time who '"c'ntPJilhvau, Ind., for three months Piw'i 'morning made an assignment about two ' f d ' Mrs. Klchard Foley, -- Union services will bo held next! wh,Mn K"1"1'" months ago, was sold nt public auction urn for thn head of charts, take in John ItntiKhmnn. colored, who was Sum,ny u,u.rnoon Ht tllu ltgl cliurcl Saturday, July purchased thlt wal 'y'"B "ro"lul oo8-- by S. J. Hailoy, 2d, and ofwas It. Railey, mU to tho iMyluin at Lexington two or C0D,llct0,i j ,y itev. Hill brother J. thveo tnonthH ago, is home again Storekeeper and ganger, John M. one of the firm. The business will be Willow Grove, Boyle County nermlwdon of the authorities. Duncan, tells us that tho Traylor distil-- ' Tho school nt this place will be conducted in the same place in tho name P. Harker, who lery will stifpend operations Wodnes-- , A child of Mr. l taught by Miss Lizzie DePauw. She olii J- - Hailey, with J. It. Hailoy as bus- depot, died Sunday of day. lives near tho 1 lie linn 01 Chadwick, ine.-- j manager will begin Mon lay, the 11th inst. brain fever. Tho remains wero taken to From present prosptvU the display Hailey A: Co. was composed of hreo as thoroughbred Iwo Southdown Dealers In Lebanor. Monday for interment. of stock at the Garrard- - fair this year, bucks, 22 flno early lambs and 20 fat perfect gentlemen as could be found. Messrs. C. II will be better every way than Juiljso et any ewes for Bale. D. M. Cieightou, Kings-vill- Heiug honest themselves, they trusted to Nodes, J. U. Marrs, J. H. Ootids, S. IJ. pievlous minting. the honesty of every one else, nnd thus Ky. 2t McFerrnn and Martin Welch attended Master Commisjiouer It. A. Hum-sidThe two little dtinghter of .Mr. were driven to the wall. the convention at Nicholas ville, last SatWe have had the pleasure of listenhas advertised the farm of A. B. Ulchard Cobb are quite ill. Mr. A. A. urday, which nominated Gov. McCrvnry P.rowti, on Sugar Creek road, to be sold Lewis nnd family, of Somerset, are visit- ing a few times to the Rev. George O. for representative In Congress. next county court day, the IMth, Harnes since Ins stay at Green, Hriar. ing his father. . Flniiley Phillips nnd James Vatight, Miss Ll'lio Gnint entertained the Luclen Lewis received tho following Tjuite a crowd was out Sunday The following goods we arc going to close out Thurswho wero sent to tho While his son Will Was in the midst of Junior Club Friday evening. On the complimentary note from one of the 2& days respectively, day for 20 il Mime evening .Muster Saulley Hughes Iioyle County Hoard of Examiners: "It n'vory eloquent discourse he was interearly Friday tuornliiK heading entertained his young friends nt his will, perhaps, be of some interest to you rupted by the rain, which fell in torrents, toward Hiirgin. (iovor,nor French, of home on Richmond street. to know that you are the only one of and ran through the roof of the Taberdoes not accept their the Tho grass in the puk has been tho applicants that received a first class nacle like mind through n seive. Hrother resignation with much resignation. mowed and tho fence will receive n certificate." Lucu-- ia only 17 years old Harnes closed his meeting Suudnv night It will pay you to see them if you need anything m the list: Tho thorough renovation of the fresh coat of white paint. The trustees nnd lias not attended school for two ' with his first lecture on the Lost Tribes. Gilcher House, begun by M. A. Trib- v, ill nlfo have the public square cleaned years. Some say that Hro. Raruefi is crazy and All light Dress Goods, including Fine Dress Patterns, ute when hu took charge several weeks and the broken rock spread on same. A. K Hundley is building n hand- others that his doctrine is false, but none completion Mini Organdies, Swisses, Challies, Canton Crepes, ago, is approaching As Cleveland and Stevenson, nnd some rcsidenco on the old site. Just across can listen to his clarion notes and not when finished thu ooudltiou of every-thin- Harrison and lieid nru all Presbyteriaue, on the slope of not very gentlo declivity, admit that he is a great man and a Brandonburgh Cloth, Pine Apple Tissue, Cotton Challies; will show that the present pro- it Is important to know tc what "poreua-sion- " Miss IsUty Myers has hail a neat little matchless orator. prietor is the right mail in the right Weaver nnd Hid well belong. Hut cottage bulb; while on the same Bide, Kinney, was in our town a few days ngo. Gents' Puff Shirts, Ladies' and Misses Shoes, place. then, when it is likely that all of the not far away, is Mr. JamesSwopo's home Mrs. Dr. Hlack is visiting her mother, Ladies' Waists, Ladies' ready made Underwear, Alex. CmuhIcii, for a breach of tho newly painted and repaired. Dr. Lewis1 Mrs. Mat Fish. Nath Woodcock, the together with the innumeraconcealed candidates, Hiid for currying peace including Gowns, skirts, Corset Covers, &c. ble host of tioliticiaus, who are boosting pride was roused nnd his house has untraveling salesman, and famwe)tin, wh wnt to thu dergone repairs and wears a new coat of ily were at Greeu Hriar Springs. R. L. Also a splendid line of light Wraps them, will lose moro bleep in the Miuly Friday evening. There is a line of $10 of political trickery than in devising paint. Xext in order is Mr. W. T. Collier and wife, of Corbin, nro visiting for the breach Mild $26 Aim and 10 daj ways and means to discharge their lelig- - Ward's neat little vine clad cottage new- W. P. Tutein. .Mrs. I). C. ayne is quite imnriftnttrnpiit for tho "wcenin." all of iotis duties, it doubtless makes but little ly painted nnd furnished. List on the sick. W. J. Kdmistou has begun his which Mr. Camden can nottlo hy work difference as to what their ecclesiastical list, but not least, is tho ttansformntlon school at Kphesus, where ho has taught ' nt nn allowance of S2 r day. of "Flmwood Home," owned by Mr. R. for several years. Dr. W. A. Wall innlrillatiorw mnv be. Sam Woods ami his wifo, Martlm Gentry. May the good work continue forms 11s that Gabo Fish, the darkey Among the most accomplished Woods, wero before the recorder Satur .0 whom Sam Collins shot, is improving of Central Keutuckv, Miss May HUST0NVILLE. day for .1 breach of the peace. Although 'A. Hughe, of luicaster, takos deserved-- I Mrs. Sain Ward and her son Samuel Jr., the t.nx.f failed n fbow a vlolttUon of ly higu rank. Her performances on the Sexeral of our farmers have thresh- nre visiting friends and relatives at this law, it did how R bg lot of infelicity in piano art-- superb and elie shows too ex- ed wheat and report nn excellent yield. place. John Huchanan, Jr., of the LouFatu's domectic life, ruuood by bis wife cellence of the training she has received J. W. Allen made !. bushels per ncre on isville Times, spent the 4th with his parHas a Complete Stock of practically nlMiidonlng him and her re Ml tho bauds of Prof. Koester and others. ents. Miss Maud Pettus and Mamie our acres. cetvtng attention more or less plutonlc Shu plays the works of the old masters Rev. W. W. Rruce will open pchool Henry spent several days with the famfrom other men. While the prosecution at sight, and is familiar with the merits : nt the Preebyteriau Seminary the first ily of Mr. Tom Austin, near Paint Lick was diemlwHHl, both parties and a wit- of tho ablest writers of ancient and mod Monday in September. Miss Knte Hoglo ness named Charles Diggs were required ' CHURCH AFFAIRS. t .1....... et... t .... ........ ...Ai.. will assist him. " peace to give bon8 to keep the ..Lin for one iiiK nud will undoubtedly meet with tho WALL While attempting to jump on n , . . .. The meeting ut Logan's Creek will o year, ai m eaine .1hhb .umu. i.i- encouragement she mj richly deserves, wagon a few days ago Roy Austin, aged continue through the week and services fined S'UM) for calling Baid Dlggs n blank -- MIm Nelhe Dillion has rottuned about lOyenre, fell and the wheel passed will begin nt 8 i. m. blank son of a canine of the feminine Dr. -- The next international covention ot from Richmond. Miss Sallie Anderson over his leg cutting it very badly. lt,r ... LnkeClifuitiUHitia Monday. Mlts- - Hrown drussed the wotiud nnd the little Christian Endeavor Societies will be held left for Imiortant. We are always pteaed eg SU)IU,f 0( Hurglu. nro visiting Miss fellow is getting along very well. in Cleveland in 1MJL , Elder W. E. Kills and How Joseph John Rili'e and Will Cabbie, of ton.' merit hucceod, especially among Nl,,e j)iioni Mis, Ii0U,0 i),Hion, n nrrived Saturday night to visit Ballon will exchange pulpits on Sunday our own people nnd cannot find n bolter jtIo of Crnl) orchanl, will bo . of MSJ Altvo Marksbury dur- - homefolks. Mrs. Kate Culbertsou, of next. Rev. Ellis will preach at S o'clock example of rapidly Inrrensing businefs tho tban that of our gonial and ontorprising jn(, ,1e fll,r MssuS QwT&n Miller, Hes Covington, is visiting Mr. J. H. Hull' Saturday night, also, at McCormack's. jeweler, H. H. Danks. As a grauuaio sio Morksbury ami Messrs. Hurt Spen" inm'a family. Mr. Alviu Mains, of The Christiau church hero will b . . and former instructor of the Horologlcal cer, Wueley Mctjuory spent Sunday at ralmouth, with .Airs. Dr. John Uogle, ot pjn a protracted meeting on tho 2d wss Miim McDowell, of Danville, visited Mrs. Chloe Hogle Sun-ijnin September. The pastor will be icuAVjSVSV!S m a3MBsBJBEKSKSKMBBBsMMMEM3ns!fcft Institute of Philadelphia, ho is equipped Briar. rapid dispatch of every kind of FlomlngBbwrg. are visiting at Eld. J. .C. day. Misses Ida nud Blanche Twidwell nss'isted by Elder C. H. Lucas, of for tho and for Clyde S. Herring, of Louis-- ! returned from Russell Springs, last ville. repairing. Asnn ongrnver he is simply an artist. Alwavs at his pot and never ville, is here to visit his relatives and week. Miss Lena Harnett, of Boyle I Rev. C. E. Powdl has accepted a . ! w- .. ...it.-.l- .1. - visiuiiK MI.A'ai. uittn. I.' "CastoriaU so well adAptod to children that ' Caatorla cures Colic, Constipation, better pleasotl man wuen miowmg in mvUi t jlB (ajr mtb. IT iV J, .'tarus uoiiuty, Iis ..!..:.! .mrn .iuiii nmi.il 11. cm 10 iiiv !..! ill.. OI..I.1!... uuuium utirKsviiitSour btouiovh, Dlarrtwa. Enictation, any prescription I recommend goods, of which wo can say there is ' 'i,ry and daughter, Mies Bessie, visited Kills yVontA, ghed sloep, and promotes dl Our town had an occurrence which and has gone to take charge. Ho is nn UiowntoHie."it as superior to U. A. AscnEit, M. O., ptstion, n liotiMr nolectcd nlwk. with prices as relatives in Boyle last week. W. R. caused a good deal of excitement on unusually promising young preacher Without lujurious tnedlcation. So. Oxford St., DrooUyn, K. T. Ill lensonable, tolve found anywhere. We Mai rs is back from n trip through tho ' Sunday afternoon in the way of a street nm destined to make a valiant soldier Tub CENTica Coupant, 77 Slurray Street, y. Y predict for him n brilliant businew ca- southern imrt of tho State for a boot and tight between two gentlemen of color, :n tbe army of the Lord. reer and feel assured his success is cer- ahouhoutw. JohnL. Anderson, of tho Joe Lee and Weap Jt.rman. Besides The pastors of the churches here tain. nnd J. M. Rothwoll attended mohshing the hand&ome expressions of prepared and read n paper to their conthe convention at Nicholusvillo Satur-- ' their faces, the also broke a large glass gregations Sunday, appealing to them THE OAKW00D. day. The July number of the Illustrat- - in thofiontdoorof I. F. Steele a utoro not to engnge in dancing, betting or any From Dear Kale's Scrap-Boocd Kentuckimi conUins a good likcue.se with rocks ami the heads of said com- of tbe other besetting sins that the week will present. We would have published alkcJ in the okwnl' duky hade. of one of Garrard's beauties, Miss Lettie batants. lll I...W mutic, heard in th lolemn the paper, but failed to secure a copy. Mif Lula Batson has returned Brown. l MIDDLEBURG, CASEY COUNTY. Ti,a brMklft wktoperme Vnh Tho convention of the Christiau Enfrom Lexington, where she has been at-- ! Ai foft l iM a IS fy't ' child. James Hogue nnd Crit Spears, men- deavor Society is in SFion in tending ClmutAiii)un nnd toik pint in om ' ' hoWi Swt ae hmiredr with myi Over 20,000 have been assigned the enntata, "tiiieen Either." Mr. Jbs. tioned in our last, were to have been The lnrMt K. tried Friday for disturbing worship at to various hotels and boarding houses. It. Marre, of the Kentucky Homestead, At if it would to mo unMd re- - In nil 30,000 delegates will participate in That hich TMid't wl4M yet dcnlw. was here last weok shaking hands with Mt. Calvary, but have not heard the West have the proceedings of the corvention. An his tnanv warm friends. Mrs. I'. S. rar suit. Roy SiMMrs and John At if it would tu me love detlRtit to will, overwhelming vote against the World's What the Kth ris snd Miss Katie Iindram visited not been arrested yet. Hut eiJ wtth loar, It teemed to feel Lightning seems to have toyed with Fair opening on Sunday was giveu. friiuuln iii I.iniviln oountv Suudav. and rew Hill ttod' awful pn-objects at i ' s oisnre In tins locality on - And we can show ns nice an assortment as the people have The Presbvtnrian Congregatien vo nn order was made From the (ierman In the vear .. ork directlnir Abrnhsiu Denev- - the 30th nit. Tho,, Methodist church ted 27 to 15 Sunday to refuse to accept in Nhw .. .!.. .. .. nt.ii.iU nn.l 1ntfli(Ui1 niltlQlll. Rev. Ben Helm's resignation ns pastor, " Wcdckind, Hallenberg A Hios tm-- nmi nf tliu hiitta- - nf tin. supreme "!" il and boine of the 13 say they voted as of tho Standard nnnrt iif. l mliivlt ll r .w. thu urAi'liiro. to erablv, while on tho ftirui of Green .. Inr .... . ........ tannery nnd the plant J, . ... kinson, co'ored, ou Indidtan, threo they did at Mr. Helm's request. Nearly Cut Solo Co. burned at Louisville; loss go to the circuit of Ulster and Dutchesso of here, a walnut tree was all present voted, but tho membership is '''OO K)0. counties and hold n court, nnd that his miles east from its top to the ground and 14 110. Mr. A- - C. Sine was appointed on fctenmor near Gads- charges be allowed by tho government, On nn excursion All St vies and Colors of den, Ala., the Gieen and Dillnrd broth he having 110 salary. Now this was pat- sheep that had taken shelter under it, behalf of the church and Mr. A. K. Denny for tbe session, to go to the Ptesby-te'- rv quarreled over politics and in tho riotism with a vengeance, nud is worthy killed. ors at Richmond, Thursday night, nnd teachers in We have a battle which followed Whltt Dillnrd and of imitation by the judiciary of this nge. the application for the dissolution All tho boliger this vicinity and all have contracted for Hill Green wero killed. It is said, who nre nnxluiis to servo their country. of Mr. Helm's relationship as follows: Ambrose Humph- however that his mind is tully made up onts wero moro or less hurt. facta nre known as schools, But, then, when the It Is rather n coincidence that nil four to what the "charges" refer, tho propoi- - rey will teach at No. o'2; V. It. Colemnu to leave and ho will insist on his resignabeing accepted. of tho candidates -- Cleveland, Harrison, tion is not to be sneezed at as unworthy at Pleasant Valley; F. W. Taylor will do tion nt Dead wood; John lteid and mybolf nre .Presbyterians, of the consideration of n judicial magis- bervice for the State something which never happened before trate, even of this day and generation. Wheat will use the rod at Myers'; N. W. nnd probably never will again. So there In this instrnce, Justice Deneyster was Hughes will teach young ideas to shoot can bo no religious controversy in this allowed under the head of chaiges for wilds against the ceiling at Yosemite, while P. II. Taylor will occupy a posicampdgn. Adlal E. Stevenson. two quartor casks of old Madeira, one Tho whole division of National gallon of brandy, six pounds of white su- tion in Janie Wash Institute during Guard of Pennsylvania, over S.OOO men, gar, 12 pounds of muscovndn, '2 gamous next eeshion. have been ordered to Homestead to re- - of bacon, Neat's tongues, 0110 barrel of Card of Thanks. tstore peace. Much excitement was ere- 1'iJi'iliir nf .Inpnlma ill! IC' 4 lnnvpvt nf We desire to return our sincere thanks ,ntl hi Ilomesteiul oy tno oruer, out 1110 25 pounds of white "biskitt," ouo to all friends for their kind attention to '' lenders of tho strikers announced that bread, Chesshire cheese, b pounds butter, 3 our wife and mother during her loug illthere will bo no resistance otiereu tno "fowles," bottle of oil, half gross of ness and especially to those who were tf ?f II pounds of tobacco, 1 bottle of with her in her last days, and to all who Spetker Moore did not wnnt to pipes,juice, 1 dozen glasses of Jeremiah took part in tho funeral exercises. May lime help out Frankfort in the selection of Tothlll, 2 quarters of dressed lamb, half God in His lovlug mercy bless and save the Capital Committee that town is tho of a Iamb pie, 2 J Hats of beer, 3 empty nil is the heartfelt prayer of husbaud, luckiest village in the world. It is said bottles, half barrel of powder and a quire daughter and sous. Isaac Hamilton. that four out of five of the House Frank-for- of cartridgo paper, 2 men for carrying Rowland, July 11. ndvocates for t Is Receiving' His nro Spenker Moore tho judge from Pokeepsink to Esopus, nnd dollars to cents A carpenter hy the name of M. S. Poetfell about 18 miles, against wind nnd tide; to from the roof of a home In Katt Des Moines, lou u, A Cream of Tarter Baling Powder Highest of cannot take n list of the members and and iuitained a painful and terioui iprain of the alt in leavening strength. -- Lateit United State m do the same thing oyer a silver spoon of tho captain's, lost over- wriit, which he cured wim one uuiua worth '""" a Government Food Iteport. unintentionally Jc berlaln' I'aln Balmv lie uy It KOYAL BAKING POWDERCO , bis personal or oflicinl life. board by accident, and biro of sloop 10 boitlc. It cot hltn so centa. lor sale by Dr. M. to Bave either 106 Wall street, New orlc. days. The totul amount of these charg- - L. llourne, DrusKiit Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call, ! Optician, btanford, Ky, Post. war--Chick- os was C33, thieves are Kettlnit in their Mr. M.J.Farris.oi this place, sold last weok one of his Now Mexico raneh- - work nrountl town. A splendid shower of rain fell Sim ca for 100,000. No duinooratie ciiii) ww organized nfturnoou. immtlv bouefltini? thn Friday nlht, but u hi ono will bo one corn crop. lo-im-- Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September Sa-br- a , m fSkae,ainwith ' j r j If """ ev,hln 1 j -- EiVBBANCB & SON, Boots and Shoes, Carpets, $c. Mcl-Vrran- , e, e Dry Goods and Notions, Gents' Furnishing Goods, nfte.-noon- work-hou- se 1111 work-hou- su Regardless : of : Cost. g well-know- n work-hous- e j W.B.iacROBERTZ, j I mu-'Bicia- Druggist and Jeweler, DRUGS, BOOKS, PAINTS, 1 1 .- -o PAPER, I j I ; I ( j,,. Lob-ano- n, j .... j Sun-Gree- n y .... Mays-FnHk- '. Infants Children. ft.. - j j j H l 1 SPRING CLOTHING ! IS New-Yor- r . rvl OUR STOCK COMPLETE -- -m . "-- ,.....,, s '.' . i u s ( Ever Seen in S tanford. Home - Spuns. & i half-doze- u reit Cassimeres, Worsteds arid Please Examine and Price Them. . R0YAL K a 1 ' I1S1 M'ROBERTS JjIGGINSi On i 4 A-- A 1 Com-initt- eo t, POWDER Absolutely Pure iMtnkmiHM red-ho- -- 1 Spring & Summer Goods - i iitHii' f " -- t- y ",'i'"ffTw!-''"i''i',- .. .,.., a. " V yipi ni w . !' yan"iT'iiyi . i it! .f I fc Hf i'F f .: I. X 7 tv r lawfully or not, iu a most determined ion. WAltHIIOUSK Cleveland should be engraved in letters er mauuer and the attempt hns not since The report of tho House committee, Louisville, Ky. huog at every fireside iu the of Koldand been renewed. While the strikers are which investigated the affairs of tho penwhole land. A coteri of women in not probably justifiable in a resort to sion bureau, contains a strong arraignthe Lord pity them ! yearning to such desperate methods, much can be ment of Commissioner Rtuitn as a mnu drop their petticoats and to pull ou Mr. A. to enter siid iu extenuation of their conduct and unfit for tho position he holds, aud recbreeches, or, which is the sime, public sympathy so far is with them and ommends the adoption of n resolution the political arena, organized a woman's against the governmental policy of pro- advising his removal. to-dclub and presumed to give it the name tecting by onerous tariil'laws the few at At Highland, Cal., the works of tho of Mrs. Cleveland. The husband and Those were a dull the expense of the many. There never Giant Powder Co. exploded. Five men father sits down on them with doubt ci was a more decided object lesson that are known to have been killed, and '20 thud, which leaves no room to So be to protection does not protect the laboring were seriously injured. Sacramento, SO ther his or Mrs. Cleveland's view of the man than the incident at Homestead, miles away, was shaken by tho explosquestion of female suffrage. The letter below aud it must redound to the benefit of ion. Tho San Francisco Chemical Works furnishes an additional, and by no means the democratic party, which is the party wero wreked bv the explosion. Total Yon one too big close an unimportant, reason why its author Sound to the core of the people, and does not build up the loss, $:5o0.000. should be president. rich atthe expense of tho poor. The to han-- I Goods politically, it is specially gratifying to FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. uncompromising hostility to battle of the bulltts ought to bo supplenote his to mented by a battle of ballots against tho W. M. Lackey sold toJUooth Thompthis modern abomination, this loathsome, pro- party in power, which has enabled such sickening bait held out only by the son 2 feeders nl 3c. once. men as Carnegie to coin money from the n hibition party and the little rotten borD. N. Pre witt bought of A. J. I to lure women from sweat of labor, lie would make serve him ough of Wyoming, a lot of butcher cattle at 2jc. nt starvation wages. the elevated sphere assigned them by FoiiSalk. Good, gentle buggy and be we above their Maker. saddle horse. Apply to A. R. Penny. Gov. JamesjILMcCiicary, who Give us a protective tariff; give us a Foit Sale. 300 ewes and 14 thordeserved it, was renominated by bill; give us Tom Pettit or ncclammationforCongress in this district, oughbred eonthdown yearling bucks. St the itch; give us a force bill and negro by the convention held at Nicholasville, Giveti6 it Carter, .McKinney, Ky. domination; give us an oligarchy of tariff Saturday. All the counties but one Tammany won the rich Lorillatd barons; give us Andrew Carnigle; give us were represented in person and that by Stakes at Monmouth Park. The Pepper, wrong, , but spare us the inexpiable proxy. Judge John W. Hughes was a Lexington horse, was 2d and Aara, a! XiOTJTSVTLXiB unutterable shame of putting our called to the chair and tho several news- Louisville horse, was 3d. the politics! women into small clothes and The Paris mills have bought 20,000 paper men present made secretaries. AfMows Here is the letter. It is dat-- d at Gray ter tho nomination and the adoption of bnslieJn of wheat at 70 cents. nofroslilmr Kotronta. apptmchtnK awl now Gables, Mass., and is addressed to Mrs. a resolution endorsing Cleveland and Kahn purchased this week a line lot of u vimt day. at r the time Ormsoy: My Dear Madame: Stevenson, Gov. McCreary appeared and cattle, 015 hoad, for shipment. The .ports. that acurloUla, prr-kr- . Mary Frost ..houM " "i ""- , JLv. " They Bier vKalm. n Mrs. Cleveland has referred to me your mado a speech full of confidence over tho prices range from 4 to 3 cents. loI b ...m.r and fiihlBB WitM informing her of the organization outcome of the general election. will be weighed and oxported Aug. 15. coa Ctlrl Uw cojjm. WWt letter Men's medium and light weight MUCK u I..- - """v.V . .AC ill. Ill "ipi- Xelso Morr's bought of Peter Gentry, waicn mw aunwiM ruUr IVt. N'mh of a "Frances Cleveland Influence Club." .i.... nuDiL tt....Lfc.. ii VMtwoii nit1. ?k I..U..I .. i i.i.i fttfriit , .! AfthUnrf. ,! The distinguished honor of represent- .t n..K nr. NT..... HVMM t It is by no raeaus pleasant to dissent which sincere friends ing the South ou the National Execu- from Logan Bros.. oO head from George f,tr-tifrom the methods fkM"liN humr " etlorts not only dem- tive Committee has been accorded Col. Duganan.110 bend from Ike Shelby. V"-"-adopt when their T32 .SiTuS onstrate their friendliness, but when W. O. Bradley. The colonel is the man They will average l.tJOO pounds and the chrin Uncpf. per suit. Nice line cheap pants ,rphT.M,,, Worth lrom .5 to fmm thatwa prt they also seek to subserve the public for the job and we are for him for that price paitl was oc. r thnmgh th ci lUi haad bwv ) Si. 25 to $1.7$. A few more pairs of Ladies' hocs m broken size-- . a or anything else, but if he doesn't lot -e- stenlay wasa regulRr larce ol a ""RiXKiTl, ..uininc vaMkto tafanMil.. good and are, therefore, engaged in P is.1 A MtlBBowck. A..ln n All the above goods must be closed out regardless of cost; so call and natriotic eervice. it is, nowever, impua- - that force bill drap, he will hear tome- - court day. Hardly half of the llsllrtl ' etc., apply to n.i titvt examine goods and get prices. of tho use of .Mrs. tuinK jrnp himself. 5 head ofi ,AS . wind. Gmni crowd was present and only Full line Fruit Jars in $tock. sible for us to approve in the designation of and a mule could Asl stock four steers and Cleveland's name NEWSY NOTES. be found. Two hteers brought 2c, while ' choUrm Infun.uw h to lu clubs designed to do political work. CoKcCkoWr and Wo trust you will not undervalue our the other two and the mule went home lnirodttctitm of Ckuibf tint' The people's party has nominated without a change of hands. objection, because it rests upon the .Vi! k, ed a cure i , ' tho Miss Emma Knowles, tho only womau The Daisy Holler Mills having had, that the name now sicred in lawyer in tho State, for attorney general. everything overhauled and set in order home circle as wife and mother may well The 0. & O. will run their grand anb5r.4. the W be spared in the orginizatiou and opera- nual excursion to Old Point Comfort Ju- are better prepared than ever to led .ht U temJ d created to exert political inthe market, as it has alwavs done, with Cte. for J hy Dr M L. lliiw, tion of clubs from Lexly 2Gth at SI 3 for round-triG rover Clevethe best brands of Hour in Kentucky. Optician, S.anforJ, Ky. Yours truly, fluence. ington. Send in your orders and custom work. Mnw Trv-- Thla land. ' na The Cartwriuht Spring Wagon Com- Tho New Stanford Holler Mills. ill cot you nothmc cold will urply dy" 3t or any troM wuh EOWtl If vou hJe a couKb, pany, of Louisville, has assigned. LiaTMmovThe debates of the constitutional Milledgeville thro. 1. ehetertuiis. l)r Kmj'i N 11 ruar J., E. . Wright,,, of the ..n.1 ,. . , r just printed, require four bilities estimated at $30,000; assets $127,- - neigllOOrilOOU, ,IS Hie UOMs mnuer ,111 mm crv lor tomumi""! rrA..i. money ih """ ! : retit . zmr .. delivered his crop ol. wlieat aa,i f.....i ., imt tin thmt in all 6.4S0 pages, of 000. volumes, containing section. He P.ift. rctor.. MU ' Republicans are said to be appealing - ..' which 420 pages, larger than any ordinary --"' ; to tho Hustonville Holler Mills, on t tl ,k er " - " AM ... AVt.B - and. : mi .... for yoril juii now Kuwa to Carnegie to settle the Homestead 2d are required for indexing. ry book, e al hatlle free at, A R l'.Hydrt'Wte. UrKe and got 75 cents u bushel for it. AtBronston wasted more time with troubles in the interest of the republi- made over 25 bushels to the acre and Mie jo cem o i s. his mouth than any of the delegates, tho can party the grain as Specimen Casoa. Ileports show that more than SO peo indexing of his speeches requiring Joj Xew wheat is Ueing threshed at a S H Clifford, New Canrll. Wit. , wa trouble.! Monmch aad rheumatura, pages and the speeches nearly 400. Tom ple were killed or seriously wounded ou rapid rate and is being delivered at the dlJer.d. Si. hver . alfec.eJ to an alarm,., Pettit comes next with 131 pages, while the 4th of July iu attempting balloon as- mills at 70 cents per bmhel. It is grad- digiee. apatite fell away and he wat l.rr.bly of Je.h tr.Kth. Tr.ree bottL. Lincoln's representative is about uth, censions. ing tlna, running up to 01 and 02 pounds KUclric Hitter, currl him ' ' Sfceph.rd. Hnm.hurc, IU amount of the pension bill as The Edward with 10$ pages. There was more talk per bushel. The yield is immense. Wo ma? e on hU Itrj ol ghi year.' madias, t.ed conven- agreed upon in couference is $140,737,-3-5.wen bee. and less sensible worki in that heard one man say he sowed IS bushels three bottU. of Eleunc. Hitter, and hfhwM of nacllM'.AriMia Salve ami a or SI 1,912,254 more than the sum tion than any on record, as ttie debates and threshed 425 ami J. D. Smith's crop aad well John Speaker. C'tawba. Ohio .had .ore. on lu. letf. doctor aald l show and the constitution ndopted at- originally voted by the House. yielded 47J bushels of weighed wheat fitclarzc fper One bottle KtectrK HI t andy The democrats of New York city oae hsx IJucUen'. Arnica SaUe cured hiw enu.e-tests. Gov. Knott, the greatest man in per acre. Lebauon Enterprise. Sold at A. K. Fenny", drug .tore. body, and Gov. Buckner, one of the will mako the official notification of the Cleveland and Stevenson the ocJ DEATH'S DOINGS. Mr Van 1'elt, editur of the Craiff, Mn . Meteor. most sensible, oulv require three pages Messrs. went to a drug ture at llill.dal. oaa, and aed During the year 1S92 I P. Jacobs, casion of a great campaign demonstrashall keep constantly on each of index, while Hon. R. Kite lilm After lincering for months with tbe phvUliu in attendance toand loe6 duwof hand a full and complete 'f tbe cholrx morbus umf (hW stock of who was the peer of any of them, only tion. Louisto mucn lowel. He .av.- "I leu to oall onwim hy.iclD O. P. Hunsiker, of Frankfort, follow- disease, Mrs. Max Manes died in Hie ttiat I concluded takes 2J. If Bronston and his kind had ville last week. Some IS mouths ago mornlBC him tohx me up a iiipply of the medicine aud get the State would not had ed C. L. Harding, an attorney, to De been muzzled h handl we a bottle of she came to Stanford tho happy bride of Iwas.urppied hnCholera and DUrrhtea been in the humiliating condition of not troit and shot him for betraying his tho man of her choice and possessed of Chamberiain'. Colic,prewrlbetl It repulaily in hi. Mid he lie daughter, but unfortunately failed to He oild cet or prethe being able to pay its just debts. health and the peculiar beauty of the pr.cticeI and found itto ll bet etUcient) in my caw at pare. can tMtify kill him. all event.." For wle by Dr. M I.. Uurne, lru-SiThe Senate has passed a bill, intro- Jewish women, she promised to live long and Uptlciin, Stanford. Ky The democrats of Lexington ratified upon the earth. In due time she prenomination of Clevelaud and Stev- duced by Senator Hill, changing from the My stock of Bucklin'B Arnica Salvo. sented her hi aba lid with additional enson iu an entliusiaitic manner Satur- the 12th to the 2rst of Ostobar the date pledge of The bett .nhcin the world tor cm.,' bruin and since then she her love JOre., ulcer., alt rheum, fovcr .ore., utter, chapday uight. The meeting was in the Opera for the dedication of the World's Fair .11 air r. run has not seen a well day. The little irl ped hand., caiiwam., cori ' Judge M. buildings. House and was addressed by pile., or D4I pay requirand po.ilively lived and with the husband suffers a loss tion. It i.cuarant.cUcurt,irivv perfect tati.uciio:, Is larger and better selected than tver and I assure my customers ol to ed. Mr. Cleveland has just appointed J. Durham, Judge Wallace E. Vamon, I'rtce 15 em. per bo.. prompt service, low charges and is irreparable. or rao.ey refunded courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas R. Penuv, Sualord. Ky. J. Mort Hothwell and Lucien O'Brien, a reporter on the Bos- that C. J. Bronston, For .ale by A. After a long confinement with canDALTon in charge. A. R. PENNY. all of whom made stirring speech- ton Transcript, his private secretary. He others, cer, Mrs. Isaac Hamilton passed to a The papers are especially compl- graduated with high honors from Hares bettor world last Thursday night, sur imentary of Judge Varnon's speech, vard in 1S91. children and Mr. Cleveland has written a letter to rounded by her husband, whLh they say was a masterly effort. friends. Mrs. Hamilton was Miss TVhcn Baby was sick, wo g&re her Castorla. the president of the "Frances Cleveland 3 Florence and she was raised near When he wu a Child, she cried for Caslorla. charges, perhaps Influence Club" objecting to the uso The Baltimore Sun AT- Lebanon Junction, but she and her husTVhen he became 3Ils, bo clung to Castorla. not unjustly, that the d mocratic vote of his wife's name to desigoate clubs de- band had lived at Rowland for many them CastorU. When the had ChlHren, he on the silver bill in the Senate was the signed for political work. Judge Jeptha D. New, of the Indi years. Six children were born to them. rdsu.t of a combine to defeat Mr. Cleve One died a natural death, two were kill land, since the conspirators failed so ig- ana appellate court, and democratic nom- - ed aud three survive Mr. Mollie In-his nomination, inee for bupenor court judge from the 2d . H J to nrevent gram, of Tennessee, and Messrs. Waver-- ' Taere are certain democrats in the Sen- district, committed suicide by .shooting ly and D. H. Hamilton. Deceased was a i-bv ate and elsewhere who much prefer the himself through the heart. Overwork. member of tho Baptist church for yi ar The L. & X. will soon have to pay election of Harrison to Cleveland, just and an excellent christian woman. We bjcause the latter is too honest to servo Hardin county $211,000 interest on ?S00,-00- 0 tender our sympathy to the worth of stock subscribed to build their purposes. en family and especially to the husband, the road, tho Court of Appealf having upou whom tho weight of aflliction falls House will refused a new trial Coolers. It begins to look like the after previously afthe heaviest. The funeral Borvice was McRoberts' Drug Store, Stanford, vote on the Bilver bill before its adjourn- firming the judgment. preached by Hev. A.V. Sizemore Friday Kentucky. ment. The coinage committee has fa The fire at St. Johns, X. F., caused afttrnoon at the reaidence and then a vorably reported it and tho committee a loss of about SS,000,000, about If )ou wn.h to mj.y )ie "out dnor life" to the long procession of friends followed the Articles to Suit the Most Fastidion rules has made it the special order covered by insurance. r fullvat exlint, ride a Six hundred remains to the city of the dead on tho ous. A complete line of for Wednesday and Thursday. It is to houses wero destroyed and it is estimatCOLUMBIA OR HARTFORD be hoped that there are a sufficient ed that 15,000 people are homeless. Sev- hill. of conservative mte to shelve en lives are reported to have been number BICYCLE. lost. Fo the High Bridge Camp Meeting, it again. A salmon, weighing 0J July 22 to"Aug. 1, agents of the Queen ( The 1. too well known to need our (Jreen Lake, Me., and Crescent Kouto (Cincinnati Southrcc.rainpiidalion. The Ilattford i. not is now claimed by some of the pounds, taken from It equaled at tho price. We furuith It with the "i recently, was found to have attached to ern) Cincinnati to Somerset and all of tho reople'a party that I'neumatic Tire, for uo. . momberd of the aluminum tags agents of the Louisvillo Southern, will President Harrison kept Judge Gresham the back fin one WE SUPPLY EVERYTHING NEEDED IN 50 of tno salmon were mark- sell tickets to High Bridge on July 22d ' from receiviug tho nomination of the with which good for return until Aug, ed during the spawning season of 1S00. to Aug 1st., CONIiECTIQNlWITH BIGYGLINC. Omaha convention by promising him a X KHlouw aoi-with an old 2d, at half rates plus 2oc admission lee. The prohibitionists, seat on tho U. S. Supreme bench. This lir.t-rlaripalriug Write u. hen jou need California brandy distiller at the head of Tho accommodations at tho Kontucky artythmt;. is important, if truo. their ticket, are not much better oil Palisades (High Bridge Camp Grounds) & CO., G. M. TnK directors of the L. & X., tho best than the people's party with their old have been improved and made more ex- Complicated Watch Repairs and w I 1 v in the country, have professional previous year. For and chronic tensive than any managed railroad Artistic Engraving a Specialty. 44Q WostMnln Stroot, dividend of sorehead. Cincinnati Commercial Ga- descriptive pamphlets, etc., address D. foclared a cash All good, told engraved tree of charge. zette. LOUISVILLE, - - - - KY..' G. Edwards, G. P. A.. Cincinnati, O. 2!per cent. inrYour pntroa;c re.ptetfully solicited. New-York, -- Mr. Blaine hai written a letter to The fight botweoti the Pinkertons and strikers at Homestead, Pa., in which a Mr. Foster congratulating him upon his score of men were killed and many appointment as Secrotaryof Stato. Tho Western Union Telegraph Co , wounded, caused as much of a sensation Stanford, Kv., - Jciy 12. 1892 a one of the largo butles of the war. has notified the State officials at Frank. Too echo of the bullets reverberated fort Hint they muet hereafter pay as they around the world and opened tho eyes go. Tho July suspension of payment is W. WALTON, of capitalists and labor in every land and responsible for this. clime. Having forced his men to strike At Jackson, Tenn., the supreme by reducing their wages without excuse, court nlliruied the death sentence of Col. S. Carnegie sont a lot of Pinkertons to take II. Clay King, of Memphis, for the mur charge of the teol works nud protect the der of David II. Poston, and fixed On Fridays. 12 as tho date for tho execution. labor that he intended to in troduce. The men resisted this, wheth- Ju 'ge Lurton wept as ho read the opin. The su'ojoine'l letter from Urover Seml-Weekl-y InteriorJouknal R EAD STOKES. INSTRUCTIONS," OFFICE OF-- . y I. SIX IP-A-GIB- Stanford, Ky.; Paris, ICy.; CarlMo, Ky. Au-gu- st non-unio- n Cvuthinna, Ky.; M't. Storting, Ky.; Mauckport. Indiana; ' THE LOUISVILLE STORE. J'F1V YORK, JULY J, ISOJ. ay HAYS, 1,300-poun- d lay-de- purchased from a manufacturer, Have bought goods needed money, his entire stock of Fall Clothing. you will enabled sell these goods Spot Cash and at our own price. the regular price. I have divided this lot among all the 25 per cent, store. vrill therefore please stores, as it was out all for regardless of price, usajou must have plenty of room Summer commence your Clear die this bargain. Therefore thinliit advisable Yours Truly, A. JL, ance Sale at New Yorh Buyer. instructions must followed and from now on commence The That means our sale in all departments. Manager: i ,: sub-treasu- ry i ALL SUMMER GOODS AT COST. TEE STOKE, Stanford. ft -" l- -t ...i-i- 1 -- k- I '?. - ," -- 1nmarii.T'Pr jLAVMi y'"', p. . -- - -t- - i WV - . n I ii I ?"" "2?J!!!'n lhiti.vS - Si' XJ X T i l u Tf YtQj nv r a 9 ii iii iu rj ii ixV) 3, i i.,-- Pjcr A- - . W. E. PEKKINS, Crab Orchard. sen-time- ut al.t U.-JR- Ut p FRUIT JARS. JELLY GLASSES, -- n, 1 .... ..-- .. 1 Del-Pira- r.'i '"STL'dMi 1 ',-...- ,- oF -- - , Tops, Rubbers, Sealing Wax, - ! - I.- -.. . 1 te t Tin Cans and Preserving Kettles I first-clns- FARRIS & HARDIN'S. A. R. . 0, PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER a- - - Kem-ed- y. .t Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. ToiletArticles Glass, Books, 1 . I I r WATCHES, CX.OCKS & JEWEkHV W Ho-be- rta st OTAMMABMJi (W:G)(G))B B. K,&W,H,Wearen's. Traces, Collars, Pads, Hames, Leonard Refrigerators, White Mountain Freezers, Water Etc. 1 I"- - - -i- 1 a 1 JAjU: m:rrr& JL8J .c -- Garden Tools, Eakes, Hoes, Spades, Shovels, grief-strick-- 1 THE JEWELER, one-ha- lf land-locke- d Watches Clocks Jp w ' Jewelry ! WeM' .. And SILVERWARE. 1 AIXIS&N oUice-seeke- r 6emi-n.nuu- E. "' M fc . 1 --- , - :'K' "-- 1 "S J semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Takb Xoticb of "Important" on our 1st pane. . j i " TiiEmnrnsn'tn thing of consequence tickets The K. C. will sell round-tri- p on nccount of the Stanford Fair at 1$ fnrpu (nr tin, winnil.trftv To Tax-Payer- II. B,anghinan. Foil Sale. A house nnd lot in Dnrst-t)w- n belonging to W. M. O'Brynn. J. p 1 StanfoIio, Ky., Ii. C WAWON. JULY 12, 1892 dono in tlie county court yesterday. npAnDBiwVANTi:i).-SpeolnlHttflntIoni- anil nnir ilnn schedule went into effect on Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-HousYouit nccount is duo and rendy. Tim night trains under the change of the K. Sunday, but it does not affect Plciuso call nnd Bottle. I mean you. A MEANS BUSINESS. Ky. schedule mado Sunday, pass here now the trains running to this point, which ' . 11. I'euny. : A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, at 11:55 r. m , going South, And 3:15 a. m. depart at 7 a. m. and return at 5:20 i m., W. R. LOGAN, i W. B. Mc and palntH nt Wall a,s before. J. J. Marshall, clerks. Fit nan H'.ock orntitrcs U'tnoup, bananas. north. Manager. Kobertu'. Ksokavi.vo bwmtifnMjd. nrtisticnlly candies, cakes and craekew nt McKin- KvBiUTHi.vo is in readiness for the Sawos's liau will play for the Lady done nt A. U. lViiiIy'c. nty Uron.' ol Lyons performance nt the Opera fair, which begins to day, and with anyBtv your books rtiiilwhool Biippliea of YOUR Admission 25, 50 and thing like good weather, the largest H.uu.ai.v Ik'NTUiis! Wo nk your at- House nil kinds froiu A. 11. Penny. crowd ever seen in Stanford will be in Havk your watch, olock and jewoiry tention tooiirndvcrtiiameiituml iuIvIho 75 cents, itemirvud stMta for sale at nftondance, Go and spend a conple of drug store. repaired at A. K. Puuny fl. AH work you to onll enrly. Novernnco A Son. days of pleasure with your friends. .irnuititl. r fcot'XD. On Bticot lending to wnt tfr !h the nitinc of h new Ukmkmukr thntnll Bilvorwnre. wntcho, fJLUHii.VTViLi.it Tiiikves entered the hen house of Mr. rina, Ac, bought at A. It. Penny's will post-ollin Casey coudty and Albert works, o man's coat with hnndkeichlof bo engraved frue of chtirgu. in pocket bearing initials "J. W. O." J. S.Hockor. Friday night, nnd took Olei luntD hag buen appointed r Owner can get same by calling at this from his roosts 20 odd hens nnd chiik-entor. The same night Mr. S. II. Baugb-tnn- n office nud paying for this notice. PERSONAL POINTS. The best b ir, '.ins ever offered in men's and boys' Clothing in this Youn accounts aro duo Hiid and teady had a lot of potatoes and cabbage Jlit-- .Mollis Wjiioiit, of HuBtouville, Take Nomck. The ring, "the bust taken from an for you. PIquu call and settle, I need iu his yard. city will be on sale is with her sister, .Mrs. P. V. Oreen. thu monoy to settle city bills. Mips An boy rider," on the programme of the Mips Mamy Ukiinahi), of Louisville, is Tin: Home Literary and Dramatic So Fair it Bhould have been nie Wray. viaiting Miss .Mauiio Wilson Carpenter. stated that no hoy over 12 years could ciety has been rehearsing Lady of Lyons It. .iMMBit has seemed the dining onteBt for the premium. It was the for a week and will be able to give even Jill. AND .MKa. Uk.NKIHCT SlMLMNU n better performance at Walton's Opera and sons returnod to Lebanon yueter-dn- y. room privileges at tbo fair and will for oiiiIebIou of the Secretary. 50 cents furnish an irood a dinner for House to night than it did at Turners-vill- e. At Thk Lincoln county bonds sold yesLet everybody attend anil help Miss .Mollik Doi.li.vi, of Somerset, 1b ladles and gentlemen ns one could terday, went away out of Bight, showing the Society get a library for the Turners-villwUh. the guest of .Mrs. D. A. Twaddle, nt how liighly the credit of tlio county is school. Ouu buMiiops manager, 15. 0. Wnltom regarded. Mr. T. J. Foster bought 10 of JIk. J. S.GitiMJWuf Kllzabothtown, is will have an ollico with the secretary The candidates for circuit court judge, paying from 513 to As neat make, as stylish cut, as good material as any custom-madis spending n few days with hi mother's during the Fair, and persons wishing to them of S500 each, Messrs. R. J. Breckinridge and 11. T. Suitvs 513,25 premium on each $500; O. Bishop to be had. All qur boys' light weight Cassimere Suits will go family. trausact business with him eun fin him got one at a premium of 315.50 and J. II. Noel, spoke here yesterday, but owing at prime cost, and our $12.50 and Si 5 Men's light weight Suits will Miis. H.S.LYTLI, Mrs. I. B. Gillotto there. McAlister one at ?1 25. The bonds to the lateness of the hour when thry go at $9.50. We have two many of these goods and must move nnd MIm Juunlu FoJund nro visiting in got through, Judge M. C. Saufley, the The Crab Orchard Springs Hotel hns run five yoarp nnd bear 0 per cent. Clovorport. othor candidate, gave away to Mr. Alex them out. Come and buy now as we are determined to unload these been opened by Mr. Gus Hoirman,Tf lu Mia. T. S, Farms nud Mies Katie lit-t- lo goods. For the LADIES, there will be a great reduction in GingMu. and Mas. T. A. Rice promised Lusk, who was on hand to speak in of LnucMtr, aro uuvets of Mrs. dlauapolis, and quite n nice little crowd John ShaiiKs a trip to Cincinnati of the prohibition candidate b, which hams, Printed Indias, Organdies, Challies, etc. Also in Ladies' Vests, has gathered there. The ratej have been Frank HouU corsets, Hosiery, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, &c. We desire to prepare along in the llrst of the season, if he he ilid in his UMiallv earnest maimer. ))iit down very Ion, while the accoiumoMil. ami JIrh. A. i:. Giraoxs, of in time for a very large Fall stock and arc determined not to carry would get tlio largest, number of The Partners' Alliance Lodge at these goods over. We have some excellent bargains in our Shoe npenl Sundar with Mr. nnd Mrs dithins nr about as k'ool as ovur. The at Kv. John Bell Gibson's school. Kuoluy Cure hns 10 or 15 patients and W. T. .smith. He came out victorious and they took Waynesburg gave a picnic, Saturday, department in broken sizes that we want you to have at prime cost. all are doing well,. Miss IltmiY Pkamxuho.v, of Middles-Wo- , him to Cincinnati Saturday, where the which Judge Saurley tells us was attend- So come early and secure tlie choice things. ed bj nearly was on yesUmlay'a train on route It is gratifying to liear that Mr. and little fellow enjoyed himself to the full- ance lecturer 1,000 persons. The Alliand the candidates for to SomvrMt. of the WtMt 15nd, est extent. Mm. John McClurt, speeches and oratoMlgMRS Lccy AXIJ circuit judge-mad- e Mattik Ucit.v, of htvo made up and that he has taken her Mr. J. O. Mkti alkk, general mnnacer ry wap on tap from 11 to 1, except for Huton-lll- , aro with Miw Annie back to his heart, ShedenieM thnt any of the L. A N , pasd up In his private thin week. intimacy over existed Wtwewu her and our Friday on a tour of inspection, ac- an intermission for dinner, which wns ,nn excellent one, spread on a large Pit. A. S. Pmck will go to UnnleUii H. Leo Davis nnd Mr. McClure itIir- companied by Messrs. G. E. Evans, su- Ecnlo and heartily enjoyed by all presSpring on Frlilay, I5tb, and rwumln her. She U a very pretty woman nd perintendent of transportation, R. Mon-for- ent. there till the 26th. it would lw hard for any man not to b chief engineer, J. W. Logsdon, su' Cai-t- . Lakhv Kntrit is buck on the hevo her. Mason, Lightning and Wire Top The several plants at the water works perintendent of the C. V. Branch, and from bout to Hiclniioml ami every run Gbowjk D. Weahkx, niront for O.Ault-ina- u W. P. Pike, superintendent, nnd Frank nre progressing rapidly, we found on a 1kk1 it glnd Ufce him. Harris, master of trains of the Knoxville visit to them with Manager B. J. C. A Co., of Cnn'.ou, Ohio, trdd Bow Hon. V. II. Millkk favors m with n Howe. The ice machinery is nearly in true Division. budget of New York jMjHirg, in which ers Bros., of Brodbend, n place; the electric plant will soon be of this countion engine; James Thomas, Theiie seems to be a question as to city ho is on btit!i!ieity, one traction engine and who is chairman of the committee in the able to start upnnd the water w.irks will Porcelain and brass Preserving Kettles; Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Mhh U. J. Cmow wit to MiddlBboro threshing machine and to Napier Bros , not fall far behind. A god deal of the new 13th judicial district. Dr. Plum-ine- pipe linn been laid ami the work will be yesterday to attwnd the lwdulds of Mr. White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers, Fly Paper and Fly Traps. Hiatt A lYonng and White, Myers A of Mercer, called a meeting at Nich- pushtd to completion. Matt Woodson, who h the faver. It is placed twe Wire Cloth Spring Hinges and Corner Irons, Grind Stones, Scythe Smothers each n new threshing ma- olas ville last Saturday and Mr. J. B. Pax-to- n Mh. GkokT. MtHomiHTs, of feet under ground so as to preclude any chine. Stones, Grass and Weed Hooks, lades and naths. . went over to find neither the doctor possibility of it being affected by freezpawed through to Ilryantsvilht to Mn. Geo. I). Wraiibn' found one of his nor any other member of the committto ing weather. Fifteen cars were required visit hi daughter, Mrs. Mania Dunn. Full line of cakes, Candies and Fruits. Prices to suit the times. horrcs in his pasture with a broken leg there. Mr. Mnhan, of Boyle, claims to to transport it from Birmingham, Ala., W. It. Citnes, Ks4 , has moved to is, he ought at a freight cost of about $100 a car. The and formed n law partnership Saturday morning, the result of a pistol be tbo chairmen, nnd if he shot. The nniiual was in such bad con to get the committee together shortly to cost of the pipe itself was ?2S a ton and with n promising young attorney there. Mr. ttecuie ou me meiuou oi nominaung n ns every 40 feet weighs a ton nnd there Mh. P. W. (Jhsk.v had to go to see Dr. dition that it had to bo killed. GO TO- Wearou think the shot an accidental candidate forjudge. A primary election nre two miles or more of it, it will be Purdett at Hrodhoad about his eyes, one, ns he knows of no enemy that ho Iu August would seem to suit all par seen thnt it takes a good sized sum to which have been giving him much trou hns who would be menu enough to be ties. foot the bill. The poles for the electric ble. guilty of such a deed. Gkbe.v Uriah. This cozy resort has wires are of cedar nnd came from MichiMil. It. V. IIockkr, of the MotrojKli-tNational Hank, of KunsaH City, join The handsome residence of Capt. Win, been enjoying an unprecedented patron- gan. Tlie engines to run the whole ed his wife at Mr. J. S. Hooker's, Sun- Gwr, on Yarnon street, ill be ready age for the time of the year. A largo business number live and they have a The day. for occupancy w ith'in tw o weeks. Whon crowd en mo with the opening and the coihhlned power of 250 horse. Lvov Park nnd nioco nnd neph- the captain had the misfortune to break arrivals since have more than kept pace building to hold the machinery is a very Miss large one, built of brick and everything Park, of Kansas his leg he liuld an accident policy in the with the departures. A number of FORew, Katie nnd . are booked for this week and the is boing made in the most substantial City, are guests of Mrs. W. II. of Railway Conductors foi $3,000, Order which wns promptly Jpiiid him, and he piospect is that every room will bo tak- manner. The water gallery hns n caMiss Mai..ic Lkwis roturnetlto Buck- very sensibly put si, SCO of it in a home en iu a very short time. The place is in pacity of 120,000 gallons, but as it is fed ' eye Saturday, wliore tlio patroim, so well for himself nnd wife to spend their de- excellent condition this season and the by several largo springs the supply is guests have found it unusually pleasant. almost inexhaustible. The opening up teach clining years. jdeased with hr, employwl her to . . The air or the water or both gives one of these large enterprises ought to give another see4on A sum Win of lino strings of horses for an appetite buillcient to enjoy a lunch of Stanford a new impetus and cause nuMhs. Col. J. M. Hkaxley, proprletruss nnd whet stones, but fortunately Col. Slaugh- merous manufactories to be located here. of the TribhU House, Junction City, is exhibition at the Fair has arrived and the proepect is ter doesn't furnish that kind of diet. The water rate is low and the shipping spending a few days with heY husband, that every premium will , bo hotly con- His tables groan, until the beii rings, facilities first clas. The attention of inon lagan's Creek. is tested for. Anderson Nunnelloy'samuse-me- nt under their load of spring chickens nnd vestors is called to the'-- facts and invet of Louisville, Mn. KitKp W. men are on tlio grounds and there other good things, when they disappear tigation invited. hero with a largo phonograph to,f xhibit will be no dearth of outside attractions. with such rapidity that tho cooks with perat tbo Fair. It can bo hoard by Lot everybody attend and make the Fair their inexhaustible larder can hardly NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. MY ENTIRE STOCK AT sons nt the same time. such a success that it will be made a supply food as fast as the hungry guests Thk gold dollar prue, oirurvtl by tbo on a Inruo pcale. devour it. The rooms are nice aud cool, Houu'Mcad for correct nnswors to seven permanency for Go wns nwanletl to historical iiue.itions, Foil nine years Col. Dan slaughter, of there are numerous amusements Idling away the time and altogether it Georyo "Howard Hniee, who pectus to bo Green Btinr Springs, has kept a standing To have jour jhetojinph' tikin He kepj up Those needing adjusted Watches can get the following movements to visit. The win. allth- making rapid ptrldos iu knowledge. oiler of n mouth's board to'nnjbody who is a very pleasnnt place which left yesterday, at prices stated: 13. W. Raymond's $16; No. 50 Elgin $20; No. 86 Col. Gai'lhto.v and wife nml M bs could beat him playing croquet, and tin Barnes troupe, Elgin $20; John C. Duber $14, Hampden; John C. Duber special Miss Minvn Plielps, of Kichtnond, ami til Saturday no ouo was able to claim it speak in high praise of their treatment And will giv wu tlfctlin. of Hoaton, Miss ou him. Ilia Waterloo ennm on that by Col. Slaughter and all have gained S17, Hampden. Other movements in proportion. All work neatly ' Miss Mnnd Dickon?, A J EARI', Manford. ROBT. FENZEL. and promptly done. Call and see me. Phelps' friend, aro nil guefcts nt "Castlo day, however, for after n hotly contested iu flesh and health very perceptibly. Cobb," the homo of Miss Mary McKin-- game of two hours, Rev. W. C. Barnes "Shy Win a Heat" And so did the AND SALOON ey. (snatched the laurels from his brow, put Interior Journal Base Ball Club last Fria. c. SINE AT ROWLAND J. N'.MENEFKX Miw. A. V. Sizemoiiu, who hns been on his championship, belt and had hU day evening by a score of 7 to 0. Tho visiting relatives here, returned to her account credited with 31 days' board. Hnrroilsburgs wero the victims nnd it IF1 homo in Stanford yesterday. Shu was did go hard with them. They had won I offer for tale privately uv frame Hotel aud Tkiciikub. Of the 40 white teachers accompanied by Mrs. II. M. Weaver nnd i Saloon at Row land, which are now renting at J03 I3ST JS2 passed, only one receiving the game iby talk before our boys ar per month, it it centrally locateu ana a nne noini daughter, who will spend a few weeks examined, a tlrst class certificate; 15 got 2d aud 10 rived at Harrodsburg, and thought it Hot bilnos, being at a terminal point on a divis with her. Courier-JournIt has good well. talile coal wns all over except the shouting, but ion of the I.. & outbutldiuj. Addrest Mu. Tiios. A. Kick and wife, noe MitB 3d. The eight twho missed were most our boys knew a thing or two nnd when home and other necetiaryFERRILL, Stanford. 7 MR. MARY C. guests all young girls, whose ambition to make F.lla Shanks, of Stanford, are tbo the umpire i?) called out, "Play ball," a living caused them to try for a of Capt. John Feoney. They nro ac teaohj before they were pre there was a "Waterbury long wind" to companied by Master Johnnie Shanks Rou;h and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Brackets and Saturday wero do- - smilo upon the usually placid countewill remain in the city about a week. pared, nnd nance of Manager Hurley, while the and Verandah Work. Vitod to the colored applicants. Twenty-tRichmond Register. Koe-napresented themselves for ex- handsome Irish mug of Capt Jack Mnt-t- io wo Mil. and Mils. E. P Owsley and was radiant. Then tho fun com1 Hays, of Columbus, Ga., arrived Sat- amination, 20 of whom nro females. menced. The I. J's. took tho Held. "One The examiners, Messrs. J. G. Denny aud Cxi The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. relaurday to spend a few weeks with m ball, too high;" called tho umpire; "two All aro looking well and aro pleas- C. L. Holmes aro very competent for the balls, too wide; three balls, too low; four tives. - - H Ofllee ed with the South. Mr. Owsley says his task and did their duty without favor. balls, lako your baso, etc. Circumstanbank is opening up fully to his expectaMn. D. M. CiiLKiiiTo.v, who is now ces alter enses sometimes. Tho L J's. Q CD tions. spending the evening of his life peace- came to bat. "One strike, two strikes, Hbv, and Mns. Gkohok 0. ILvrkxf, fully on his farm at King Mountain, ;? three strikes, you're out," calls tho umwho have byon at Green Briar, stopped was iu town Friday. Mr. Creighton is a nil nlong tho line. Manpire, and so on oil' hero yesterday, en routo to Lexing- native of Ohio, a lawyer by profession, ager Hurley cnl'ed for another umpire, ton, where Mr. Barnes hegins a meeting and at one time tried his hand at editing but in Harrodsburg when they get nn at the Chautauqua Assembly building a newspaper. Ho started the Madison utnpiro to suit thorn they keep him. on tbo 15th. Misses Mario and Ueorgio county, Ohio, Democrat, and ran it for a "Piny ball in fivo minutes or tbo gamo czzj llarnea wont to Danville to visit tlu--r while quite successfully and it is still is forfeiteJ to Harrodsburg," says Umin Dr. Bogle, and Hev. and Mrs. W. living nnd preaching democratic doctrine 5 cousin, Clarkson, and they played. Capt. pire 0. Barnes went to Covington. as Its founder started it out to do. Mr. Keouan instructed each player to strike Creighton tolls us that the peach crop iu at any ball if it was possible to reach it, CITY ANDV1CMITY. his belt is almost n failure except in and they did eo. In the soventh iuuing spots. Ho baa a good crop with a small they made fivo runs off of Chinn's deJaiis nt J. 15. Foster's. Fiiuit Dealer In orchrad, while his neighbor, Mr. McKee, livery, hitting him freely. We won tho Fiiuit jara and jelly glahses nt A. A. with 53,000 trees und n Sl.OOOevaporator, game by good fielding and strong batting. Foreign and Domestic Fruits, V Warren's. has hardly any at nil. Mr. Croighton is a Hits made of! Chinn, of Harrodsburg, 9; Confectioneries, Ac. Thomas Hay ltokea for sale very very intellight. gentleman and wo en- oft" Daniels, of I. J's. 1. Umpire, Clark-soHas with him a fint clan baVer and ran lurnibs just received. And examine the Studeba ker. C S; joyed his call very much. read, Cakes and the like on short notice. cheap by J. N. Menefee. e, uus. Mano gor during tho fair. Mrs Knnnift Lurks. 80U, Tun L. A X. will sell round-triYour lStf2 tnxesnre tickets TTnnu nil will nnmo fnrtrnrii at reduced rates to the Fair here ron ,,Vi J x McIlefoe nnd. to morrow. to-dn- y THE WILLAR (Late Alexander's Hotel.) Rates $2. 50 Per Day. I Shoriu". A new C-- , Louisville, pai-ki- -:- s' , a ke post-ma- s. out-hon- e THIS WtMMM e How-lan- e d. The New Cash Store. 1 -- 1 ai Imu-dra- be-ha- ll - Dnn-vill- e, hecul-nitir- ks m m J. S. HUGHES. Mc-Kinn- t, Now Is the Time to Buy m Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, - Tiu Cans, Sealing- Wax ten-hore- o r, Ilrod-heHt- l. Mon-tict-ll- o MoKXETlTETr BROS. .i at A. A. Warren's -- ' odel Grocery"- ro-cru- its HIk-gins- to-da- FRUIT JARS, JELLY GLASSES, TOPS AND GUMS, SEALING WAX, &G Mii-i-Ki- e t, NOW IS YOUR CHANCE. i l to Earp's Art Gallery DUO EO ATES L.atcst Improvements, e'j ty n HOTEL O al. RSA Xj IE. SINE & MENEFEE, DBALESS SffiH, DOORS END Bums. rzu cor-tillc- ato n m o WOVEIT WERE AITD SLAT antl Yard Depot Street, PE2TC2S. Stanford, Ky. 6 ' Id Do You Need a. d a Wagon ? rl n 1 s OTSMIffliIIES.0 ILL AT J. B. FOSTER'S ar-loa- n. & A- U-J- . - TftTliirttaniiNiifcr 9 ' ff. ipT wh npiLnwnn3M ppT""V ig", "iwmHtlfH n f..r" t 1 A dealer in surgical instrnmcuts at Paris hnd nn Italian doctor among bis customer. "1 want to sell out," ho Publlshod Every Tuesday and Friday enid one day to the doctor. "1 have a AT customer for you, a friend bf mine," re$2 3?MR, YEAR I2" ADVANCE. plied tho doctor, Ho iutrodnced the n fiiend and tlio purchase money and not so paid Sa.50lbechatgtd.-gTURF TOPICS. other condition.! were soon ngreed upon. preliminaries were written When tho The new Ilmo:it stable is railed the K. u. LOCAL TIME CARD. down tho Italian said: "1 shall cnll to- "Blenit.m." Rowland at 7.00 a m. returning Train naves morrow to sign and settle. But," proIV"iira lias broken down and may at s:ta p. m. ducing a handbag, "why should I carry never race again. CARD. L.&N. LOCAL TIME this heavy bag? I cannot leavo it about 9 Pm Amencau Girl, 2:10W. trotted lo0 M ml train going North ... tiopm at my hotel, ns tho owner rofuses to winning heats in 2:80 or botter. m South., guarantee my treasure against robbery. - iiJJPn Express train " South .. J IS am i North '.i Alvin. S:14!f. by Stillson, is tho fastYou see thero is a good deal of money North Local Freight notes in - 59 - and took out a it." Ho opened tho bag est trotter ever bre' iu Cuniuln. "rSouth- - .. passengers. small box in black tiu, and It t said that Marcus Daly won over The latter trains also carry Is calculated on standard time. Solar which actually contained a treasure. $S0,U0U on tho victory of Montana iu the The above time is about so minutes faster. "Will you allow mo to leavo tho wholo Suburban. bag with you? You might uso it for deQUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE It is reported that D. T. positing your own money in iustead of anxious to sell out his racing Pulsifor is stable and City as followsTrains pass Junction Fast having it in that crazy wooden box of retire from the turf. 1 -- Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal It Uail a I'also Ilottqin. " .For Twenty Si I Kuildinjj 11 Lots la the corporate limits of Rowland. I. DARST. Rowland TO THE FARMERS. THE Is a Candidate for Circuit Jxntgt In the t jth Dll trlct. Mihject to the action of the deinixritii. party and I will deliver Ice every mornlnj inStanfurtt Rowland at nne cent per round or sixty cents por All accounts cue nst 01 eacn week hundred f JAMUSP. HUSH, Stanford, Ky. Of Lincoln, l Candidate for Circuit Judge lit this judicial diMilct, subject to tho actlen of Hie Democracy it-t- ICE I ICE 1 1 II. T. NOEL M. C. SAUFXEY,. RILEY HOUSE, Kentucky Hedgt ajent F. D. BILEY, Troprlotor, Sl am Co. for The Centraloffer the services ol il I.anratttr. and fence bothrajself ami the Company to the cituensof - - Lincoln county. I am very thankful for the liber a! patronage rtei el ed and hope by lair dealing to I htve mored to my new Hotel and am better larmcMin need of a tood merit a continuance frnreutll Mid me at the Mux Home in Stanford prepared than evr to accommodate the public Good Livery attached and every convenience depn each County Court d.i) M W. JOHNSON. nted. Git erne a call. ..sm FRANK RILEY. . 77 THIRD ANN! Al. EMIIDIT London, Kentucky. J. t S. OWSLEY, JK., , Is a Candidsle for Commonwealth'. Attorney, sub Ject to the aitu'u of the Democratic p.") In any to which I tncolu count) may be J idicial assigned llritt riikti, JJUJt lVrk Stunon). l.fAu miles 4 irm on Cral. Orchara II. Miller GARRARD COUNTY I STOCK FAIR ..To be held at J. II. UAUGIIIUAN, HOUSE AND LOT FOR RENT. 1 FIRE AND STORM t nl INSURANCE AGENT! Representee - ra.; Mail is: P. m ; New Orleans Limited 3:7 P m Special 8 40 .V C. Special 3 ? , - e -- .,1 a ww - m. Cincinnati L.imcu . a.r-anucLim w d. m.: Fast Mails.il p. m. Ulue-Grass North-bouiid-t .- J 'laJ I DR. W- - B. PENNY, in office recently Dentist. Office South side Stanford, Ky. vacated by Dr. L F Huffman, y-o- On tho day following tho instrument dealer waited, but tho Italian did not lAIXIJJ-- ' ... opr W. 13. McRoberts come. Ho went to seo the doctor. Tho .. un.ee . - tut.!. Stanford doctor had disappeared from. his place of business. R. C. MORGAN, aP. D. S. When he opened tho tin box bo found in it two pounds of iron, carefully DENTIST. wrapped up in oakum to keep it from shaking. Tho money and bonds wero K?;r.ii gono with tho Italians. Chicago Her STANFORD, KENTUCKY. nia. A Motor Heats is Hnlllng Hut. IM. CRAIG, DR. An amusing raco between a south sido motor enr and a plug hat with a Homoopathio Phyalcian, - - KENTUCKY. gaudy purple lining occurred on tho STANFORD, central viaduct yesterday. It was a 8 to tolto is a m.; to 3 p nffire Hours straightaway dash for half a mile, and n. m. "" the inotW car won after a desperate Office on Lancaster street, opposite strugglo beciiuso its competitor went 3rm lamo by striking a snag. During tho pelting rainstorm at noon an oastbound motor car on tho bridge Office oppoiite CofTey Houe, passed at tho draw n carriago, tho chief engineer of which wore tho Maud S tile. - Tho bedraggled team had no desiro to test tho speed of tho motor, but the 19 6m storm and the hat mado up a race. From . E. tho drawbridge to tho east end of the viaduct is a clear course of more than SHKLTON HOUSE, half a mile. Tho storm abruptly transRowland, : : Kentucky. ferred tho bat to tho sidewalk, and as p. m. the wind was blowing along the course Office hours 7 to 9 a m and 5 to 9 nearly thirty miles an hour tho raco was m on in n moment. Sometimes tho hat rollod along with tho rim and edgo of tho crown on the sidewalk and someMISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, times it turned end over end. Tho motor was running nearly twenty miles nn hour, but tfio tilo easily kopt pace Corner Mam and Depot Streets. - Kentucky. with it. - - Stanford, For more than half the distanco it was i.n. r,f Snnne and i. Has n dead heat, and tho passengers became :MXyKndinv.e,heVfendsan miner wildly excited. They stood on tho 6eats public ge and and applauded the hat and tho motor-ma- n Htt artistic hands most alternately. Tho latter applied tho full power of tho electric current, but ho became discouraged several times after gaining a temporary advantage kluds, Of,all Of, when a gust of wind placed tho purple Made and Set Up in All Parts liued racer in the lead. At tho east cud the uouniry. of tho viaduct n final spurt was made No Agents employed. by tho motorman, but tho hat kept pace with him until it lauded among a lot of ADAMS &. SON, W. beer kegs. No.4 "read". "'"C'0"' K1 Tho hat was not then half as pretty as whon tho race begun. Cleveland SURGEON DENTIST. e, A.S.PRICE, out it." 3ours." Tho instrument dealer consented. Ho placed some 5,000 to 0,000 francs in gold oud nearly 25,000 francs bonds in the box and put tho bag behind tho counter. Tho Italians were leaving. "Let mo look at my bag; I want to take out a paper." Tho bag was handed out. Taking out tho box of black tin the Italian said: "Keep tho money here. I may as well tako tho bag; it is not heavy with- "'Dr--jsto'r- t.mov.nsto.th.H.cmc.anca,,. JOHN 1 court-hous- DR.. J. A. AMOIT, Stanford, DR. Kentucky. PROCTOR, 30-- 3 Milliner and Dress Maker MONUMENTS army of horsos, trotters and runuers in the field this season. Tho rise in the value of Shetland is interesting. Last century the prico of a pony in tho islands was 1 Is. In lbOO it had risen to i'8, and now a first rate pony is worth from lo to '20. Charles Taylor, who is eighty-threyears old. recently drovo Factory Boy, 2:24, a winning raco at Lcpiuo park, Montreal, in 2:20, 2:20, 2:27. This wns d Factory Boy's raco nnd tho which he has won. A turf writer says: "It is protty safe betting that at loast 6even trottors will equal or boat 2:03 this season. If wo were to pick the seven wo should name Nancy Hanks, Sunol, Palo Alto, Alter ton. Nelson, Dolmaruli and Axtoll." havo an io-ni- es o sixty-seconfifty-thir- d Has contracted with responsible firms (or and will have the Ice and Ksecuk Plant lis i.l.nts ; ted in al.out l,iy davs ; th Wat..' PUat ion, af. soon The Kentucky Trotting Hprso Breedliiard.rlo place indleMsuU contracts In ad ers' association has decided to give n .'- i!CC.f?r k'". stieCosiip.tiy Jl'NCTlON CITY, K", ten days' meeting in October instead of followlag A Hae tust ere ted. new Marlde and (.ramie Necessary water pipes wtl b. U44, osissKtrd t. six days, as heretofore announced, with Hou.e and am fullr aprppired to fill orders Ur a mams at actual cut lor pioc asssl wok I $.10,000 in prizes. kind. f Maible and liramtc work in my First-Clas- s "wiros pat In mm aecssswy nitarts fur fr-My freight the Ka skilled workmen nt.hed free l charge Wbito Hat McCarty, known from tho tirylf.i can n. t le rxielled and I willnntU unfacilities robe of bm( quliiv atssl fsMrtMsstwd to give And offer the services of it to the public. Iliand Jut S. WUIOIIT. new vehicles and frosh blooded hvrtes make my .aliifactMM Atlantic to tho Pacific as ono of the dersold. Thekibedisleof aloilrd rates I IrosnJstJto stable compare with keenest horsemen living, proposes to per cat lower tbasi is isitsallr At San Francisco thero is a horse with a tnauo fourteen feot long and tail sixteeu feet in length. .1. J. McCafferty purchased of J. P. Smnllwood the great western stake horso Aloha for $20,000. Margaret S, 2:12, will bo driven this season for a lower trotting record, and will then bo put to pacing. Tho mammoth trotter Straight Line, a whito gelding, stands 18?.f hands high and has covered a milo iu 2:US)j. Among tho contributors to tho Grant monument fund is tho Coney Lsluud Jockey club, which subscribed $1,000. AdolphSpreckels, son of Clans Spreck-eltho sugar king, has gono into the business of breeding high class thor oughbreds. Pierro Lorillard has purchased from tho Countoss M. L. do Agreda tho fa mous stallion Sensation. Tho price paid was $20,000. Governor Flower, of New York, signed tho bill to mako it a criminal offeuso to tap tho telegraph nnd telephone wires. This is a safeguard to tho city jwol- s, LANCASTER, - - - Friday and Saturday KY., Hartford, emtbtMitM. the estate of Capt. O sines Craig, and adj nun(r ur. j. ii, uwsier, sw llutlMtlue sitMt. -- innioro, Ky It ban right it)ottt, good well nM offer for teat the House and lot lislonyirs to neiary of Hartford, Conn., Manchester, of Manchester, Eng . fir.t-clas- sl.it M. McROBURIS. Agttil Stanford, Ky JULY 1 5 A3STD 16. $2,000 JOHN M Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, Falls Branch 'Jellico Coal Ins. Co. of North America, " Miners and shippers of the GI.NUINK in Co. In 11 Premiums. President fr cataopjeTto Secretary IIR1C.HT, FARRA, Sec j s Companies. I would All of which are wait on my friends in this line. Pol. promptly issued. Will insure against tornaicies clausdoes, wind storms and liKhtnlng es attached without additional charge Hank Stanford. OffUe at First National he pleased t Original Jcllico Coal. Try It Ve are the sole agents for ,atfotd and Rowland IIIIk. i or bit ol Henot slre.l and riil road crossing e JUGGINS A-- WATTS J. H, HILTOIT- Dealer in General Merchandise, C. D. Caeneral -:- Lumber and Shingles. FOWEkl.. -- txaiRx is- - muly under tki Cash Ste and that the people And Conatrv Prodnce. en to the aieraull catching fur the the fact that it is hey Has ornd nis stock of good. at.U. read y f. erve tetter system, both huer and stller. I a kn w that I Ml aoods for about a third l.ss the pceolvuf bunfotd and tlcisskls He l offer He-- ' ' my t mrtiter who do credit bsisiaess. in unhvard of Hargaia, nij ajt h.. want e er that I keep constantly on hand a snlen- at trie hiw est poMfhlc wien .h.ul.l i on .1 asicrtment of lry 0ds, Groceries, C)th-- . hint on ogan Avenue, n.ar Lancaster pike i Call In and , II.h ti. Shoos, Hats and the like see my stock, which is replem.hod almost daily J H. HU.ION, Rowland, K. tt-- Goods sold fur cash only It elves me pleasure t st de to the public in ceneral that I am tltNiis - Mercliandise, ef (.ls ir 1IIK STANFiRf),"-7- ..NOTICE TO THE. rooms. Junction City Marble&Granite Works lut TRAVELING I PUBLIC. r Hole), the Watertight and Ice )V"."a -- Co. hac opened in coanection with MVDEHS KOXJSE, , Livery Stable, Klt-ctr- 3- Notice to the Traveling Public. The I hae had In Bost Glte metho Country. a call. P W. GRKF.N, THE SIIELTON HOUSE At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and hac in toMiiectun with Hotel one of the a m-oos in the Stale, pn day and night, uiht man inets all trains In .miction with llnu-- e Mineral wells in the Mate hae also one of thto and for reference wuter, call on Mr and Mr. W Patrick. Louisville, Mr and Mr, Floyd In O tram, Krin, Tean . A A. Warren, Staniord, Dr I) K. Proctor, C 11 llraum, Mr and Mr. 'I.W Hamilton. Rowland, Mr. and Mrs 1'. II. Johnson. New Haven, lira Cox. Grecnshuri;. Rates Ss pvr day J "I retrcv, clerk Give me a call J W CARRIKR. Prop. omiy AL 1. I1URNS, Manager Profnetor. Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. Dwelling Lack additional faucet Slots i, Hanks and Private Irftc, Baths, private, (4se faucet Hnt attachment lor spimkUr Stable., pnv.ic, otw aaisaal Each addllsoaal anisaal lt l.ai h f j romns, one faucet addiisral is Is i (asse'et 5 .. THE 60FFEY HOUSE STANriiRD, KY , I 5 c. . .7'". t JOSES'II COFFEY, Pio'r. Special scorn mod to us long list ol friends for commercial travelers and fiae room the dtsploycff sample. not only maintain its high reputation, Electric Light Rates. Ksr omssvntxial ss One arc as4 thrv. t c. s. iscswaWcsU lasap .4t For ifc. p. oaefc lavcassdsvscetat asx sao. Desirable House and Lot in Crab Orchard For Sale. corner Stanford and Depot streets. Crab Urchard. '1 he house has nvc rooms and a large rarden. a good spring and spring house and lot, a horse lot I offer privately my II uiwand IThis Hotel, rcootated and refurnished, is now in my charge and I intend to conduct It so as to bat te a4d ito, aV 66 11 fr For WjHjajiiL Use For im It Ixt of il Acre., " 16 Ml A And Flrst-Class'.Salo- on and all the WHISPERS ABOUT WOMEN. jj.,1 building, attachnl netarMRS L1II. McCLL'HE IIILLIAKDand POOL ROOMS attache!. JOSEPH COFHIY j7tf (iROVE" Fssr each addktueu! IV lurtsW lafosvasarien, apply to ' J W HAYDEX.J-.p-t.A- c 41" " jJ It ' c H WWPWsPsMWsH ,. t, - Istvln A .1 IHtF t. MMk , t, i5 6o J Tho 3IoiiKoo.se. Tioofinrr. narvesuntt The incessnut appeal which comoa . .. f ." a from fruit growers their Machines to the peop.e .. ff.r Tlwir Hinders are unexcelled and their for the contrivance throughout tho stnte of some means for tho extermination of gophers and other !?or- h.e Offi.ee at First hand. field rodonts has prompted a well known J. U.tlnnsl ICiniT Stanford, ' Ky. fruit company of this city to negotiate for the importation of n small carnivorous animal known as the mougooso. Tho nniuinl is a total stranger to our soil, and tho only specimens over forwarded here wero two from Hawuii in lbOO, which, however, wero denied a landing Highest cash market price paid and wore subsequently drowned in tho bay by the customs officiate. for Tho mongooso is a catliko animal in size and appearanco and is indigenous to India, where its antipathy to rats, snakes, gophers and other fciinilar var- &C, clt min is well known. Tho animal is very easily domesticated, and for this reason & CO., serves excellently as n rat oxterminntor F. in private families. KY. STANFORD. J 3 tyr In consequence of these desirablo characteristics, tho mongoose has been imported to Jamaica, where it has acJ. H. YEAOER complished much in tho way of exterI M. URUCK. mination, and more recently it was sent & YEAGER, to the Sandwich Islands. Thero the first few specimens havo multiplied largely 5A RAILROAD JOTTINGS. IUIU, and havo created havoc among tho rats UTS?, IBD which formerly infested tho sugar cane General Manager Underwood, of tho STANFORD, KY. fields. It is believed that it can accom "Soo," refuses tho presidency of tho July tst and re plish the samo results in this 6tate. Missouri, Kansas and Texas. The above firm went into effect piitronage otthe San Francisco Chronicle. of the Tho Great Northorn railroad will in public. tho near future assume charge of all the A Hovlval Scrslco mi Mount Calvary. NEW RIGS AND HORSES The other Sunday a "revival" service telegraph business ot its own lines. was held on Mount Calvary and an' Tho Northern Pacific is rapidly pushn...w,.. n,.rrhMtil and nothlug but given by Mr. Moody, tho Ameri- ing its oxtoinion from Tncoma to South turnouts will leave the stable. can evangelist. About 400 persons-touri- sts, Bend, Wash. It will bo completed in Give guides nnd nurses from tho ho- September. 37 spitalgathered outsido tho Damascus The Chicago, Burlington nnd Quincy gate of Jerusalem, on tho round green railroad has recently put on a now line A. C. Lanhatn hill which is believed to be tho spot of sleeping cars between St. Lodis and John B. Castleman. 'tmirffc-n- i fsmri- where Christ was crucified. A number Cedar Rapids, la. mjfii' rVaft a Tirr?-- . rai jffifev' of boys nnd girls from tho mission vMaMavatHBKi An amendment to tho charter of tho school led tho singing nnd Mr. Moody, Missouri, Kansas and Texas railroad has standing on a chair. avo a characteris- been filed at Austin, authorizing a numtic nddress. Exchange. ber of extensions. An Ice Cave. The Philadelphia anJ Reading has re The delvers nmong tho wonderful in duced tho rates on lumber from western nature have discovered an ico cave in Pennsylvania to Atlantic seaboard Kilckitat county, Wash. It is said to points 20 por cent. bo of enormous Bize, but pervaded by an The Pencoyd Iron company, of Philaatraosphero so intensely cold as to pre- delphia, has received a contract from vent thorough exploration. St. Louis tho Pennsylvania railroad to erect the MORELAND, Republic. MANAGERS, new iron bridge across the Raritan river Dealer in the above at New Brunswick, N. J. A Miier or Ink. 0rder3 for Oattle, Sheep and Hogs Commerce Building, Louisville A river of ink flows in Algeria. Ono Tho Grand Trunk railway of Uruguay Solicited Stock Cattle and Sheep a apecialty Peisons harlnt; any described Agents throughout the South. stream is impregnated with iron, and it from Montevideo has been completed, for sale or wishing toof the abovesame, vill dostock well purchase meets another flowing through peat and opens out u vast tract of fertile laud to call ou or address me An experience of fifteen has been moss, containing gallic ncid; when they hitharto comparatively worthless, the years in I this busiocss profitable of profit to me and I think-- can make It both to W. A. TBIBBLB, Local unite they form a stream of ink. Yan-ke- o area of which is only a little, less than and seller. H. O. address S tin ford, Ky. the buyer too XJlado. Office at thi Myers House. KY. Bfilir.am. STANFORD. ?' To Farmers. Celebrated I .Leader. I am Agent for the av' M 13-i- . wuuji ij.i 1 r-- Fit!A AN. .- -" .CASH ELKIN I Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, k BRUCE "LOCUST Though Anna Dickiuson is only fifty years old, she lias ben beforo the public AKT30 A. 21 O for nearly a third of a century. OF STANFORD, KY., SALE FOR Tho youngest school toaoher in tho I can supply the families rf Stanford ami vicinct per is pounds, wilh home made Ic at country is supposed to bo ISIisa Clara N. ity The finest Farm and richest soil in Lincoln Co., Is sow fully .rgaais.d and ready fee bvtsi.cts with one Land, situaUreenwald. of Bernville. I'a., aged fif- lew than that amount,satcents cent aper postud, and comprising 4,0 acres el pounds or 1)4 manufactured Ice at Use coniy at Paid up Capital of ted 200,000. qnanltUos. Ice delivered w.ry of withta two miles by Slaauord, teen years. cats for smaller special the Shelby City turcplVe Ii.cola. attention to thvjohn Dre- and accesMblcFronted Stafford asvd Daavstte turnmot Blag I call to the Surplus, . - - - .Miss Abby Kirk, to whom wits recently sner drawing C 's Celebrated I. X. L. Ihter. for 19,000. one of th best Slock Farm in the in cube kes or pike. This is awarded tho George V. (fluids prizo at vesica I an ageai. Will region awl is la a high state of coKI SUCCESSOR toTHli LINCOLN NATIONAL. bottle. Write for price. vatioo Abundance of water lor all purposos HANK OF ITANroRI). Bryn Mnwr uollego, is tho youngest E BRKMKR, Stanford, Ky. ijtf Sosl is f.rule and is suitable for tho g rowing sf daughter of J. Foster Kirk, the hishMn.tobacco.com and wheat Iho land is so N.w closing up) wild the ssase assets aad under live saaac saaiugrint. located so taut It can be divstlod astd torian. fy Ily Farias mad. The itastr.vomeHt at. a large ami fully provntsons of its chaiter, 4.poHtor. are as k protected a. am depositors la National a coovement stoek barn, The order of which lias Itanks, , il oet .1 trull 01 an amoa. etc or l.i.r- - liable to iu ttuiekoldrr. being held Individually recently been conferred upon Mrs. E. the esteat of the assvosmt of their stock K If. JONKb.Sitaalora apply U) theiMB at the par value tbereol, ta addition to the i:i II IONKS. Burd Urubb, tho wife of tho United i mount inverted In inch sharp It may act at i V KII.KY. Ploeville States minister at Madrid, by tho qtiotm executor, adwmiatrasor, trustee, Ac, as fully as ta individual regent of Spain, is a very handsome decTo those wk. cmru.ted their buUmqss to us oration which has been far more sparwhile nsnagini the Lincoln National BUSH, el Slsnfonl, we we v tender our asanv thanks and ingly conferred than mwt of tho othor i rust they will continue to transact their bwimoss .. r"y 1Spanish orders. ith , JZ AGENT tion ut, iiftofiag a atvventy years' prmapt atten-In REAL caarantae for te sasae, our itsporiiasce Tho homo of .Mrs. Buffalo Bill is banking and as liberal accousnssdaUoMs as are Ky. Scout's Host, North Platte, on tho Union with sound banking. Pacific road. It is surrounded by 3,000 lIHKCTOHa. I have Mmte a number of for sale ol the acres of prairie land nnd magnificent J.J. WlUsani,, Jsf2 Lands m Llncln county. very best II stables and pasturage, whoro nro kept J. M. llail.ntaolord; 'ITiese (arms are all well Improved and pood many thousand fino blooded horses and rich lands, runnms, in sue from jo to coo Acres J. S. Owsley, stanfoed; Considering thcis locality, their nchncsa asul cattle. .Mrs. Cody is nn amiable, houseS.J. Bmbry, Stanford ; Haviatr removed my Ilarber inop te the Com of soil, trMjcoitvenieucecf turnpikes asvd railmercial Hotel, I am J. K. I.) on, Stan feed; keeping woman. roads that bring markets right to oor door, ihcy are cheaper than the Lands of any other coualy in A. W. CaVpensor, MltltjsVaevtllet Bnrdott-Coutt- s Baronons is now State There Prepared to Accommodate Ladies theover miles fromis asrarcely a Farm in the coun J. F. Ca.h, Stanford; detect ic to tho friendship of Queen Vicas well as Gentlemen, William Gooch, Staatotd, Ky. The county is checked with turnpikes running toria. At ouo time tho relation existing There w not a pxinlic rood en H. Shaaks, President. inevery direction my line, Chil. tering the county seat that ta nut Macadamised wish betweon her majesty and Lady Bnrdott-Coutt- s Is anything they mayon. Callid o ae. J B. Ciley, Cashier also waitcc We have the KnosviMe llranca of toe L A N H W M was extremely cordial, but at the Teller R. dividing the county from Kast to Wnt andhe -.- uth; the K C. R R C S R R from North to timo of that lady's marriage thoy beO from this place to Cincinnati, crossing the C came somewhat strained, as tho queen j,K Wincheter, giving full accoss to the markets ol In Commercial Unci. thew). le world. Resides, we have tare large strongly disapproved of tho step. NATIONAL BANK ICE BEER. S T rt-- CK F o. M ParmersBank&TruslCo; w-- r Illue-l.-- svt st nUe-Gre- ss Marie-Louis- o, C- -- . .. yRf? VLv -- i dw-iW- ti II. T. thtorn m iM 3 ESTATE Stanford, ss nt lr. coa-utiv- ut ftr-tdit- vt--: llrl-h- t, JESSE TMOSirSON, m first-cla- is ad-dro- ss tlicni a Call. PjBTQ . ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. fe5p?BL tr ;s? I Insurance Company, BARBEE&OASTLEMAN WILLIAM Aont, relieving in Christianity and education. Ihere is not a neighborhood in the county but has a g oi church and school house, Stanf rd, the county seat of Lincoln, is a pros pcrot 1 little city of about s,oo inhab tants and is tl c great dootway from the North and North-- e .st b uth and from the Northwest to Njutheait, n and standing as it does ganng right Into the of the undeveloped mountains of Southeastern Kentucky Lacked up by the whole lllue Oravs region ot the State with railroads running through it 1 all points of the compass, makes it naturally one of t'.e best located towns In the South for mannfacturcs and other enterprises of magnitude ater Works are now being agitated and right of a mile a! one the town about there could be erected Water Works with very little Cost that would supply a city of isn.ooo inhabitants with the purest and best water in the world. Our littlo city hs been newly rebuilt in the last few jearsand its business houses aril res idencesvvill compare with latgtr cities of greater pretensions Our merchants and tradosmen are We have two all proiperous and doing well banks with a capital stock ol $400,000 that are prosperous and In a good condition. We have splendid schools. We have a female College, a larje brick building, with ov er too pu nils in attendance and under the principal, hip ol Prof. J M. Hubbard, Is in a flourishing condi tion, we also nave" a seminary uiai i a goou school, with Prof 11 F. Hlakemanat its head. We have one of the oest Public School buildings ic this section of the State, with over 100 pupils in attendance, and with other good private schools, you see our school facilities are excellent We have elegant church builnings, representing every denomination, with a full corps 01 minuter, of fias class t.ilenl and are doing a better bu'inesi Li, mi rl.it. of men in the city. I have tried to make this statement as facti, without anv exaggeration or coloring, as those who know will bear no out, nnd those who wish to buy pleasant homes at fair prices and locate among'agood people with all tho best surroundings, wsuld do well to call and see me before bo-o1 1 thrco-fotirths -pur-hau- Flour Mills in the couuly that give us a market for all our grain right at homo; and the develop mentol the mountain regions ol Xastern and' hoi theatern Kentucky bv lailroads and the out- let Son Ih by railroad has created such a demand 1 r all kinds of c creals and provender that wecan scarcely retain enough ler home consumption. I he people are prosperous, generous and kind, FIRST OF STANFORD, KY. Capital Stock. Surplus S200.000 ia,5oo Attention of the public is invited to the fac that this is the oily National Hank in Stanford Under the provision, of the National Dank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, but bv the stockholders liability for an amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ot this Institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. Five sworn statements of thecondition of the bank are made each yearto the United States government and Its assets are examined at stated times by government agents, thus securing addititona and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as th. Oepoiit Ilank of Stanford In 185!, then red as the National Hank of Stanford in iWj and as the First National Ilank of again Staniord in 1S8- -, has had practically an uninterrupted cxlstenceof years It is Better supplied now with lacilttles for transacting business prompt liberally than ev- -r before In its long and ly aud honorable career Accounts of corporations fiduciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully solic-te- d. T. The Directory of this Ilank is composed J. Foiter, ofStauford; Korestus Reid, Lincoln county; J.W.IIayden, Stanford; of S.H. Ilaughman, Lincoln; M.J.Miller, Mt. Vernon; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. S. Hocker Stanford; G A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill, Stanford. W. C. Welch, Stanford;' , W.P.Tate, Stanford OFFICERS: J. S. Hocker, President; John J. llcRoberU, Cashier; A. A. McKiuncy, Assistant Cashier. elsewhere' f UAj I iilM tlA "r .i '- v