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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892071901 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. r- 11 f -., f""'t 01 Semi Weekly Interior vol. xx. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. DANVILLE. -- Journal NO. 41 -- STANFORD, KY.f TUESDAY. JULY 19. 1892. Punk ontcrtalne.'O.Athe Mr. J. L. Anderson, of the Lnncas- : '. Hccord, was among the county court Judge Camnitz, 01 the police court , mio MnrU I ' tcr hn8 ,)eCn quite buy for the last week. vouuu folks Saturday evening. ,, tlftrk n h M J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Iloth banks were closed caum y day visitor Monday. -- B.G. Fox sold for E. S. Armstrong nnil linlf 111,, ilnv FridflV BO till) OtllCi 0ur ,arme iuu qulte uuj wWl ' Monday, to II. S. Hart, of 1892. Paris, Texas, their meadows at present, having about coul.1 uo to the fair. niareby Willie Wilkes for union serfinished harvesting the wheat and oats Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music and The time for holding the crop. vices has been changed fro 5:30 to S i 5l75 An Excellent tioardlng department Catalogues and circulars furnished 'n application. Miss Mattio Duke, of Independence Lee Logan, one of tho builders of Sunday the meeting will he1 M. Next helifnt tho Presbyterian church, when Mo., is here on a visit to her father the calaboose, had the misfortune to cut Mi(H K"ie Cox, of IWJstown, is here his leg with n foot adz Saturday. The Elder Frank will preach. wound is very painful. Wo wero exceedingly glad to see A. with her. Willow Grove, Boyle County. A daughter was born to Rev. and The calaboose will bo finished in a K. Hundley, of Doyle, carry oil the blue Miss Lizzie Do Pauw opened school short time nnd in the future we can tako lino "stock exhibited at the M". W. E. Brice, Sunday oveniug. here with ten pupils ribbon on his fnir li)t week. "A." knows a coodhoro! Mrs. Urice was formerly Miss Leo Mc- How time Hies! It seems only n care of our prisonets instead of giving them a free ride to our county seat. when he Pees one and won't handle any Grorly, of this place, The seven lnonths old baby of Mr. few short days Hince we saw the weary other kind. While driving in tho ring at the plowman and horses wendDealers In hop nHl1 Mrs. Boyle Nichols died Thuisdny ing A very enjoyable Impromptu Lancaster fair W. S. Drye, "Dock," was their way from the com fields. Then was given Friday evening in the drill evening and was buried Friday. It had came tho merry sound of the reapers as thrown from his skeleton wagon by the hall over Citizens Dank in honor of visit- - been very frail from its birth, breaking of n wheel and sustained slight went over broad tis Brank Givens, a daughter of they beautiful golden acres, laying low hruibcs. ing Indies and gentlemen. The room wa-the grain. Now the rather small, but all had a good time, the lato Jackson Givens, died Sunday at sound is hushed; the plowmen and reapThe correspondent of tho Danville of brain fever. The funeral is to and to the sweet music of Saxton's or- - ' Democrat from this place has quite a ers have passed down and out and the Shoes, chestratho merry dance was kept up till take place at 4 p. it., to day (Monday), sharp, shrill shriek of F. I). Myers1 new leputation as a gardener, butthroiiKh a1 Saturday morning. About 50 burial at the Danville cemetery. nVlork is heard throughout the neigh- desire to experiment, he "lost out" on The following goods we are going to close out li nas ueen ascertained tuat the f thresher couples wore- present. his tomato crop this season. borhood. port that A. 0. Alver.-oformerly It If t ti The prophets of the various political or -. PrJlQivjl.jyJiJux3Jta,-tmts&n"fthis place, had been sent to tho inoe. parties will soon present to the public .,..' prize fighting. Lnst Saturday night in T. M. Lewis. She . . ursr.1 c wrtfi er sister, . IMllil'DlUI, 10 UHllUU. J. their prognostications as to the outcome ..Bj.l.u. tiuill was accompanied b little Katie Park, the Weatherford House barroom two of them v ill real-iz- e F. McGulre, of Danville, saw nnd spoke who will remain in November. None several days with her young men indulged in a few rounds the truth of the words of tho Psalm- to him at Winchester Saturday. without nny serious damage to either puIt will pay you to see them if you need anything in the list: aunt. Mrs. John Bailey, of Mitchells-burIn tho county court, Monday, C. II. ist, that declare thnt "Promotion cometh visited relatives in this vicinity gilist. neither from I ho east nor from the west, Bodes and the widow of tho deceased ln9t week. Thomas Blackerby, mi old Those of our citizons w ho attended All light Dress Goods, including Fine Dress Patterns, nor from the south. Hut God is tho qualiiled as administrators of the estate resident of Lincoln, but now of Washing- tho Lancaster fair are loud in their praisOrgandies, Swisses, Challies, Canton Crepes, judge; Hopulleth down one nnd setteth of Win. Clark, decerned. The will of ton, county, was in this neighborhood n es of the hospitable treatment they reMoses Burbot was ordered to record. few days ago Brandonburgh Cloth, Pine Apple Tissue, Cotton Challies; up another." in the interest of his won- ceived at the hands of the good people Misses Jennie and Mario Warren, of He leaves his estate to Lizzie Weisagar, derful invention, which ho rails n rat of Garrard. The boys sny Lancaster is Stanford, nnd Mrs. Dr. Elkin, of Atian-- ' after the jHtyment of his just debts, Gents' Puff Shirts, Ladies' and Misses Shoes, trap, but he says it will catch anything the place for fairs and fun. The condition of Mr. Hamilton from a fox to a roach. One of our young ta. Ga., are visiting Miss Jennie Duncan.! The Misses Dinwiddie entertained Ladies' Waists, Ladies' ready made Underwear, Misses Jessie nnd Kate Cook, of Huston- - HPajt.y h8 110t improvod. It will be Indies sajs if the trap will catch n Fox last Thursday night in honor of Misses including Gowns, skirts, ' Corset Covers, &c. ville, will be with Miss Maria Cook this rt.meinbored that his horse ran nway she will have one regardless of cost. Vandyke, of Taylorsville. The guests , Also a splendid line of light Wraps. week. MIm Ella May Saunders, of Stnn-- nbout 10 jnvB K0) lie he wn9 ,j,row'n assembled at the hour of 0 o'clock and 11 refreshments wero served ,in most ford, nnd MImvs Fish, of Crab Orchard, from tji(j ljUK!y aml ba,.y tujtiruil. For WHICH SHALL IT BE? at nre visiting Mrs. Will Arnold. Will nnd two years past it has been thought he tlegnnt style. Those present from a disSam Harris have returned to LouIviJ!e. ,,,1. die nt niiv time from heart dis-- A Questfon That Has Been Terribly An- tance were Misses Eugenia and Susie swered. J.andKee Kiunaird visited their ea6(1 Dr. James Webb is King very ill Vandyke, Taylorsville, Minnie Drye, during tho fair. Mits an.rs- - nl t(l0 j10me o( m5 mu1Pr James L. parents . Bradfordsville, Core McElroy, MeridiFrom Dear Kate's dale, of Harrodeburg, Is vlsitlnir MIa Wwbb. t I'errfvilttt. His illness is the Oot of ul, Wvt mutt tnil. an, Miss., Annie Phillips, Hnrrodsburg, 0 Ifss Fannie Swope c(Jt.clof a Bttack of tue Kr,, a8t winter. Where tlw wttet are braaklu; in death' dark Annio Belden, Lebanon, Bettie Drye, Lizzie Jennings. .. ptin.Llfl TT irasd; V1BUCU.UISO Caldwell, Kansas, Mr. and Mrs. McWil-linmmiw.. fnnA.,11 .,...! VillllKD mtu the fair. Mr. Neil West, of Perryvllle, Thursday evening after I'lLJUltlll year's And watch Mte boat Irrnn the silent UaO, Mississippi, Will Cabell, Lebannearly a Hear tho ether spent Saturday with Miss Delia Huglus. illness. During a greater part of the on. it bof Which thai! Mrs. Hobort Young, of Louisville, is tho Mr. J. E. Murrah, a very enterprisHas a Complete Stock of time ho was been paralyzed. The fu- Ontfi, for, mmt bai, guest of her sister, Mrs T. S. Farris. neral took place Friday from tho resi- The heavy burden that MM ing business man, of Franklin, called on miy thare; Miss Lula D. Slaughter has returned to dence of one of our belles last Sunday. Luck to alowcaod deialate, wherw, h's brother, Nicholas McDow- And itand all V' fair day, : itaed in Danville. Misi Annie Buell is vihltirg ell. Deceased served in Capt. Logan's him. Mr. John Armstrong, of TexaB, Jejou and free Miss Nannie Sweeney. Miss Sue Lay-to- Company, Grignby's regiment. Confedspout a few days with the family of Mr. of Covington, is the guest of Mbs tKer John Dinwiddie. Mrs. Kate Culberteon erate nrmy, during the war. Ho was a One, hear theyou ar I, Thy friend mast die; mandate, Mutt Among tho disLizzie Thompson. was called suddenly to tiie bedside of good citizen nnd well liked by all who And krnd with scunUtof cry, tinguished guest from Richmond at her husband, who is in a critical condiThat tmly Gad can hear, knew him. His estate is valued at the fair were Hon. John D. Harris, A. tion. She left Saturday. Miss Mary Whkhthailltbe? Ho was H2 years old. It. Burnam, John Bennett nnd J. Stono Wellons, of Bolivar, Tenn., is with Mies Tho league game played by the And one mast close the eya Walker. Mrs. W. G. Dunlap, of Camp Harrodsburgs and Dauvilles Friday was Of tho Mhr, the tender, loving; eyes; Mary Adams. Greenberry Adams, after NeKon, is vieitlng her parents, Gen. nud won by the latter. Jell Brown, second And fain the dear face, that before us lies, a seven years' stay in the "Lono Star The lace so calm, to dear, Mrs. W. J. Landram. Mr. E. C. Walton baseman, was put in to pitch for the State," nud Charley Adams, of Alabama, Oh' arooy. represented tho Ixteiuou Jocknal, Mr. Danvillos because of nre nt home on a visit. Mies Mar.mda the absonce of the when the oihor k soo, Danville Democrat, 0f, twin oa the cold memorial stone; Walter Nichols tho Tucker returned to her home nt Spring regular pitcher. He surprissd every- Will Col Craddock the Paris Kentuckmnnnd body field Thursday. Our ellicient town marby holding tho Harrodsburgdown Ad hrwBcnly sob, "aWna, aloue,' Mr Harry Giovnnuoll tho Advocate nt shal, J. II. Taylor, left Sunday to visit And the wind will sigh, tollrsl.it. Thu Dauvilles only made Ovor yon or an. the fair Saturday Miss Mary Annie four hits, but several bad errors gave his mother, at Springfield. S. G. Drye Wilmoro is visiting Mrs. J. E. Stormes. them the necessary w ill look after the town while Mr. Taylor jrfffiA,sSsia'Snll3 scored. A storm And on, f rowa old and jray, It will hardly bo exjacted that your ended tho game at the beginning of the Pert ha hot will alk still, earth's toilsome way ; is away. J. B. Cook is up from CumberAnd dream ol the love that Uvea lor aye, and Lancaster correspondent could give a for land Falls and reports a crowd of about half of the ninth inning. Tho score As the yean roll by, of those who took premiums at the stood iO list 90 people from Covington, besides havto 6. Batturias Chinn and Mc Which shall It be Cantoris, cures Colic, Constipation, 'CastorIl3MwcUadAptMtochIMrcnUiat fair on Friday nnd Saturday. It is esti- Gsnu, Palteraon nnd Vettor'for ing quite n number from other large Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation, any prescripUon on mated that over 2.000 wero present Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes dl CHURCH AFFAIRS. places. W. D. Weatherford is at tho I recommend it at superior to Brown and Jones for Danville, II. A. Aacnnn, 51. D known to me." pest ion, tin ilrst ilnv and 4,500 tho second. There Base hits, Danville 4, liarrodburg 5; Falls looking after things while Jim is N T. Without injurious medication. HI So. Oxford St, BrooUyn, A sermon which had been preached various part of the were visitors from out on n courting expedition. Misses struck out, by Chinn "i, by Brown 4. Tub CoTAun Compaxt, 77 Murray Street, N. T in the Presbyterinu church at Welling Lena State, and Madison Lincoln and Boyle and SnllioGoode will leve l of a fow days ton, Kns., theSunday before the cyclone The KJHBLjBVX7r5i:'1.33"2 turned out splendidly. Tho shovf of to visit .Miss Lent Wools, near Paint stoik was superb nnd altogether tho fair ago contains a long account of Stephen was picked up the day niter the storm Lick. was one of tho host ever held in Contml Scarce, Mis Mollie Baker and a diamond on a farm il'v miles fiom Wellington. The contract for the new Christian "This business of tracing one of my Kentucky. Tho directors wero untiring ring which Miss Baker had stolen from lost manuscripts makes me think of a to please cvorybody, and him. In the aitielo Mis Baker is made church lias been awarded to Frank ju their eliorts Tho dog I once owned," said scribbler. "In of 'icholasville, for S 1,155 ample provisions of tho bst quality to tell the reporter that she was lured from hor home in Danville six mouths building is to be HI by 51 feet, with tow- what respect?" queried Mawson. "He1 were furnished in 'abundance. There was oxcellent order and nil wero pleased ago by Scarce, who ruined (?) hor under er outside and baptistry in the rear, nnd had a habit of chasim; bis own tail," re- Tho Floral promise of marriage. ".Miss" Baker is the main room will sent nbout 500 per plied Scribbler. -- N. Y. Herald. with the entertainmunt. was do&lgued and munsgml by not "5Uhs" Baker at all, but Mrs Mollie sons. Somerset Reporter. Hail, that Friend "Trouble with your wife, eh ? Notwithstanding the eloquent Col. James A. Burnside, was something Biker, the wife of J.wueo Bttker, now liv of Mr A.C.muh, the Presbytery dis- - What rock did your domestic whip split in Marion county, near Bradfords-ville- . na uni-iuand won the plaudits of both They lived in Danville several aniv.uii,.. ri.itinn nMtMv. Rri Hrtlni nn on?" Sniiiks "Xone at all. Hadn't nnd gentlemen who visited tho fair. - ' rocks enough; that was the dilllculty ' It was n commodious frame structure, years and have two children, whom tho iittstor of the chuioh here and that i;en N. Y. Weeklv. with open sides and splondid ventila- mother deserted whou she left with tleuiau preached an excellent and at Scarce. Slio was not of good character times touching farowett) sermon Sunday. Tramp Honest, boBs, I ain't had a tion. It was rilled with a magnificent And we can show as'nice an assortment as the people have join a noted collection of works of nrt, choico llowors, befoio hor departure and did not live He will leave this week to bite in three days. Farmer I ain't surwho is far more trif- evangelist in a meeting in New York prised. The mosquitoes ain't got to work fine quiltfl, splendid embroidery, brend, with hor husbind, nnd ling, everybody thinks, than she is, State. No man has striven harder to do yet. Harper's Bazar. cakes and wine of excellent quality, duty than many other attractions too numerous to Scarco win here several weeks taking what seemed to him to be his Tho "rata" have left the New York Mr. Helm and he takes away with him tho opinion of every- street photographs. mention. It was Mr. Ran Smith, tho old man who the love and confidence of an over- Tribuuo oflice. This is a bad omen for body that this exhibition was a novolty of his lato congrega- tho republican party Rats always leave worthy of imitation, nnd that it was un- was beaten and robbed'in Lincoln coun- whelming majority All Styles and Colors ol a sinkint; ship. history of ty lust Angus!, was in town several days tion. : surpassed by anything in the . fairs in Kentucky. All honor to Col. tills week, and contrary to his custom, He "And, darling, what does your, Mr. John P. Nunnelley, of Pulaski Burnsido ami tho lady managers of Flo- talked quite freely of tho afl'air, which is dead, nged "ti. father think of my suit?" She (sob-- ! ral Hall, rhe music furnished by Prof. cost him a considerable sum of money Breckinridge, wife of W. 0. P. biug) "He thinks it a misflt." Tid-Mrs. Henry Saxton's band was charming nnd and almost his life. Ho said that tho Breckinridge, died in Washington Thurs- Bits. of story that negroes were his assailants is every way worthy of tho reputation utterly false. Also that he was beaten day evening. She was Miss Issa Dosha, Home-Spun- s. thnt distinguished musician. Desha, who in n house and not in the watermelon daughter of the late Joseph To Mre. was n son of Gov. Desha. Ho said blood on Ir you are going to Old Point Comfort patch. on tho that the the patch,the Breckinridge, Lexington and the State ground in and if Tuesday, July 20, via tho C. & 0. rail, rock of Kentucky owes a debt of gratitude send your names for what any such was found, did not come from for her untiring eliorts in securing for road, pleaso his body and hinted sttongly that it may sleeping car space you want, nnd not life work have been chicken blood, put ther to Lexington and the State the wait until the last minute. Remember strengthen of Joel T. Hart. She leaves five chilthe story that the assault rate is only $13 nnd thnt the round-tridren, three uirls, Ella, Sophansi and on return took placo in tho patch. He thought he Curry, and two boys, Desha and Itob-er- t. you may Biop ofl'nt pleasure was beaten on tho head with tho handle trip. Tickets good until tAugust 14th. of a very largd knife, which was lying Address G. W. Barney, Trav. Agent, or by his Bide at tho time. Ho took oil his Productive of Heat. Glandors It is Charles L. Brown, Gen'l Pass. Agent, hat while talking and a?ked persons said that paper can be used effectively Lexington, Ky. hero to put the end of the handle in keeping a person warm. Gazlay from the blade into soyeral dewonderful skill and ability disThe That is very true. I remember a played by Dr. Appleman, tho specialist, pressions in his skull and then said sig- note bf mine once kept me in 1 sweat for vicinity nificantly, "Doesn't it look ns though a mouth. Brooklyn Life. , in curing bo many cases in this LVSS, years' experience nnd that knife handle mado those places?" is tho result of specJudge What oxtouuating circumstanWhile telliug his story tho only eviIs Receiving His close application of his mind to his Please of a mind unbalanced was his be- ces can you give? Counterfeiter Ho positively refuses to treat dence ialties. lief that he left Liucolu county the next your honor, I made tho money to pay A Cream of Tarter Uaking Powder Highest of cases of an iucurablo nature, and that strength -- Latest United State building up his morning after he was beaten and rob- my board bill. Judge -- Very good; it all Government Kood Report. has assisted him in fact nud lodgings for 15 ROYAL BAKING POWDERCO , great reputation. His next visu win uo bed, when it is well' known that it was will pny your board 106 Wall street, New York. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. weeks before he was able to be taken to years. Princeton Tiger. Tuesday, July ltf, nt Myers uouse. -u -- i, I P9 - - Lexington by hie brother. The old man was terribly injured about the head and , o k conc.o nt t ,c time, may ' thnt only a few kdsiis ins end of ha'1 'vhen he reined it. lie made other start hut? statements which will not be given at this time. But making full allowance for the old man's mental condition, his story is one that ought to be thoroughly investigated bvthe Lincoln county authorities. HUSTONVILLE. !' Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 6th, i j j i iBVEBANCB Boots and Carpets, foam-Hocke- & SON, $c d i Dry Goods and Notions, Gents' Furnishing Goods, ' re-o- n, 1 - ":... I :I:VWSVrL, C r- a 1 Regardless : of : Cost. g, ' , - V. Scrap-Book- W.B.M0BERT2,- - j , v .- - .- -rs e, aw-a- Druggist and Jeweler, . DRUGS, n, BOOKS, PAINTS, WALL PAPER, $40,-00- 0. lt Infants Children. liar-rodsbur- g; to-d- ay Courior-Journa- As-kin- s, SPRING CLOTHING ! IS np-ne- al la-di- e OUR STOCK COMPLETE Ever Seen in Stanford. 1 Cassimeres, Worsteds and Please Examine and Price Them. lsK aOYAl p M'ROBERTS & HIGGINSt j hH.6.RURLEY,-J fur-there- at m POWDER Absolutely Pure Spring toiHStfteJ '3 & , Summer Goods 'VJ-i- J , Q V Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal REn frs . ( nnd its entire population of 12,000 is said Stanford, Ky - - Ju to havo perished. The amendment to tho sundry civil bill to prohibit tho sale of intoxicatfug W. liquors ou tho grounds of theJColumbian Exposition, adopted in committee of tho MEM nn fln Micn promotion lias made Col. V, 0. whole, was rejected on a final vote by Bradley mad. lu Frankfort, tho other the Souate. The provision for Sunday mm . . it.- - t.MI day, ho was so wild as to predict that closing was .,....! s uui rotaiueu nun On Fridays. Kentucky would go republican this foil passed. I by 5,00). His friends ought to restrain Harry Hanna, member of tho Iudl haa occurred in him before it is too late. A general shake-uana republican Stato committee- from the the Courier Journal editorial and repor-tori- al 12th district, and Chairman Veasy, of THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. force. Mr. Harrisou Robertson, tho Allen county republican committee, who haa for several years tilled with dis Goods A resolution to print SKIS.OOO copies have resigned on account of tho presi theretinpuished credit the position of manaR-i- of the intricate election law has passed dent's appointment of Judge Chopin to wceli we editor, will become associate editor tho House. a fat office. Tho Blaino men in tho 12th and be responsible for the editorial page The Senato has raised tho per capi district disliked Chopin so much that in Mr. "VVattersou's absence. Mr. Bruce ta for inmates of tho lunatic asylums thoy refused to allow him to rido on tho Haldeman, the capable and from $133 to $150 a year. same train with them. son of the proprietor, Mr. W. X. The governor vetoed the bill directTho arrival of the troops in the Ctvtir Haldeman, is to be managing editor and ing tho Secretary of Stato to distribute d'Aleno mining district in Idaho han't 4-- l-- 2c thus fulfill n long cherished hope of the, 20,000 :opies of tho Election Law on tho had a pacifying effect. Tho report of tho Colored old gentleman, who, it is said, will grad- ground that no provision was made for killingof 12 men at Old Mis- 18c; c Goods, ually retire from the active management the expenses to be incurred. sion is still uucontlrmed. Tho strikers of tho great newspaper and place it in l-2- c; The House has fixed the following havo out an appeal for a Congressional oc 6 Hose, inn- the hands of his three sons, "W. B.t J. A. salaries for its employes: Chief clerks investigation. If they attempt to de' c Vests, and Bruce Haldeman. Tho force will and assistants, $10 per day; enrolling stroy any moro property, tho governor be reduced bv the decapitation of Mr. clerks, $o: sergeant-a- t arms, $S: cloak has ordered them shot on tho spot. Xo. 8, to close Jos. A. Altsheler, the financial editor. C. room keepers, $4; dosr keepers, $$; janiThe Carnegie Compauy has sent let to cost. II. Greathou6e, exchange editor, John tors, $0; pages and messenger, $3; jani- ters to all the old employes of the HomeDuncan, live stock editor, and George A. tor of back capitol, $1. Tho pay of lead- go. stead mill, except about 40 of tho Worsted. $1- Jones, general utility man. Three reclerks was reduced from $$, and 'era, inviting thni to return to work. posporters also get it in the neck. In the that of the keeper of the back capitol giving notice that all places vacant alter cost. of things Mr. W. M. Hull will was increased from $3 a day. Mr. Petlit new order next Thursday will be filled by other be financial editor and tho work of Mr. made an effort to prevent messengers men. The leaders spurn tho offor, but we offer, to colGreathouse will be doubled onto Mr. from receiving pay, but waa promptly some of the men say thoy will go to Arthur Y. Ford, the "In and About ruled out of order. Ou motion of Mr. work if protected. There aro now to Kentucky" mnn. Messrs. James W. Botts, tho action of the Houso in cutting of them either strikers or locked below cost. Hopper, R. W. Knott and Donald Pad down the pay of eurolling clerks was re- out. to man will continue as editorial writers. considered, aud their per diem fixed at While Mrs. James Limb and daugh $3. A. ter, Alice, were crossing through CumThe Legislature seems determined to berland Gan. thev were attacked by a NEWSY NOTES. shut out prohibition in tho Stato. The couple of white men. Tho women were election bill, which is now tho law, pronew AivKimsEJiK.vrs. Congress will probabl' adjourn this getting the b?st of it, when one of the vides that no party shall have its enndi-date- f men drew a pistol and tired. The ball voted for unless it polled at least week. O struck Mrs. Lamb In tho thigh, entirely Elizabethtown is to have a shoe factwo per cent, of the total vote of the Men's medium and light weight shattering the bone. Tho physicians 0 8State at the previous election, except a tory that will employ 150 hands. l)Air In A Philadelphia woman gave birth to say tho limb will have to be amputated. petition signed Ly 1,000 voters for each and Domestic Fruits, fled nnd Foreign The assailants of the women candidate is presented to the author!-tie- c a litter of four at one effort last week. Confectioneries. V. V. U. Wilson, a doted Cynthiana have not been captured. the last election tho prohibs At Near Bush Branch, in Marion coun Hi with him a Ant ctaii baker and nan Ivratbs coiled only 3,293 votes, which is much horseman, died in a Cincinnati hospital Worth iromss to Sir. per suit. Nice line cheap pants worth from $7 ty, T. L. Vandyke, a dudish fellow, made read, Caktn and the Uke M short nattee. less than two per cent, of the entire last week. $1.25 to Si. 75. A few more pairs of Ladies' Shoes in broken sizes Four sons of C. C. Ball were drown- love to Mies Amanda Evans, daughter vote. In addition to this the Senate has CONDITION Or TUB All the above goods must be closed out regaidless of cost; so call and of ed while bathing in the Manikon river, of a wealth v farmer, and finally iiccoirpassed a bill that before the question pliabed his purpose. The father found FARMERS BANK & TRUST 00. local option can be submitted 23 per in Maryland. examine goods and get prices. Full line Fruit Jars in stock. Tho House has adopted a resolution out w.iat had happened and seeking the cent, of all 'the people of the "country AT STANFORD, rourt-houimust sign a request for an election. It authorizing the printing of 10,000 copies young man, took him to tho At the clou of business JnJf ia, itoa. in Lebanou and made him secure maris also provided that sections now under of the republican force bill. RUsOURCKS. The Dalton gang held up a Missouri, riage license. The old man turned his prohibition shall be entitled to vote on tho MMMaij6 4' Kansas & Texas train, at Adair, O. T., back at the wrong time, however, when Note and NiUt question again if it is so desired. So it 4.oo 74 the young man skipped out for n moro Overdraft IUmV 1 are and robbed the exprtss safe of $50,000. would seem that the Dim from MM congenial clime. The democratic convention to select Hart Uosieo, furssitnetand in tarm. destined to find Jordan even a harder Near Tyler, Texas, three children Expt4 aud taxes. ...,.-.- . a candidate for Congress from tho 9th road to travel than ever. a!T named Jackson, one about threo years CHfc..)wt.w wh II Mil i.. WW Ml M district has been called for Carlisle Sept. old, and two boys under eight years of Is consideration of his vote in the Na- Gth. $ 43 tional convention, a negro named .Crum At Halley, Ark., a negro who had age, were playing in n grove a short disTXnii.iTms. atGqftrles-to- u, criminally ass mlted his was promised the tance from the house. The Capital Macfc .... S. C, and the president very promptwas hanged by a mob of was a very fleshy child and the boys SnrpJtM fund ami nadfvWtd profits., I04.JI4 M ly made the appointment. It raised such negroes. decided to see if she was fat inside like a Individual deposes Due to ItanV ........ v A Cincinnati man ate 930 lemons in hog. Thev secured a plow handle and ti4 7S a howl, however, that Mr. Harrison Discount J47 weakeneiand withdrew it. Incases of 00 days to cure the rheumatism and now deliberately knocked tho baby in the Atthe kind buyer aud sellerwould make by the doctors despair of curing him of a head, then secured a rusty plow share I, John li. Owalojr, caafckr of the aboved aaaMd the C. O. D. plau. The seller will cer- worse disease. and chopped and hacked the child, finalBank, MUamljr that lite above tutement tainly have more sense nextfrtime. A Tho public notification of Messrs. ly tearing off the legs and arms and af- it true do the bote war fcaou lodge and belief 10 dollar in hand is worth half a dozen ap- Cleveland aud Stevenson of their nomi- ter much hacking aud tearing, complete- ' OWSI.IIY, Chier JOHN that do not nation will be at Madison Square Gar- ly disembowled the child. At last they pointments to 11. me by appoint. den, dragged the body iuto a clump of hushes tS,Sworn to before .V. M. J. OwUwy, thii Ju y " I1RIGHT, X. I'LC ifrp. Nine prisoners charged with rob- aud left it. At last a man has been found who is bery have been shot to death by officers reckless enough to accept the job of at Tulane, in Hidalgo, FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. REPOItT OP THE CONDITION Mexico, without mauaging the republican campaign. He the formality of trial. W. D. WatU, of Fayette, sold 51 fat THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, is about the 12th choice o( the president, The National democratic committee ) cattle for export at Oc. who seems unfortunate in his selections. has been called to meet in New AT STANFORD, During the year 1S92 I York on shall keep constantly on Forestus Held sold to Hirnui Hiatt a of the National reThe new chairman Wednesday evening to elect an execuIa the State of Kentucky, at the loe of buunci hand a full and complete stock of gray seldiug for Sl"5. publican committee, elected Saturday, is tive committee and a July , iloa. chairman. George D. Weareu has hought Thomas H. Carter, of Montana, now At Grenada, Mi3., a negro who bushels of wheat at 07c. holding the office of U. S. land commis outraged au eight-yea- r RESOURCES. old colored girl, $ote,)i tB Joe Svope bought of John Rout a Law and diteotintt ..........-sioner, by appointment of Mr. Harrison. was lynched by a mob of negroes. This lot of fat heifers at 2 cents. zjit it Overdrafts tecured and unered Congress He has served several terms in is the second such lynching .within 4S o,oo oo Foil Sale. Good, gentle buggy aud U. S. Ben.lt to leeure Circulation is siiil to be a shrewd wire puller. and iMuritlci, elalmt, etc............... 15,07 c4 hours. saddle horse. Apply to A. R. I'euuy. Due from approved reserve agents w i,4t 6u Quiet has been restored at Paducah, Tug pessimist of the Lexington Ga My stock of 1,7(5 William Moreland sold to various Due Irom other National Ilanki. and there is no fear of further trouble. 1.587 ol zitto is moved to remark mil even au of hogs at 5 cents. Dne from State Hanlt and Unnkcrt parties three furniture and fixture, 9,150 00 optimist can hardly gainsay the conclu- Over200 fire arms were seized in the neThirty-fou- r Tennessee yearlings sold ItankIas-houglance at the daily paperd al- gro quarters and a number of leadors of in New York for aji average of f 1,532. So. Other real mate and mortsaze owned 8031 41 sion: "A Current cxponee and tate paid ........ 7J7 57 Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers of most make one believe that thosa Mast the mob were arrested. Horses in Doble's string are entered Chcrkt and other cath iten '.4JB 4 prompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas Near Mt. Sterling James Willis and days' spoken of in Scripture have about 1,075 iu stakes involving a half million dol- Hill of other Ilnnk PALTon in charge. pj.'NNY Fractional paper currency, utcktU and come, for every abomination seeing to .Annie and May Conner were struck by lars. $ 53 cent lightning while sitting under a shade ."... flourish and every kind of crime and At once, a lot of stock Spocie Wasted f.ali 37 In all the tree, rue first two were killed instant- hogs, 100 pounds and upwards. William misfortune are rampant. .. J.al oo Local leader mhui ,v, 3 years of our Jlife, no longer brief, we ly and the third cannot live. Redemption fnnd with U. S. Treneurer Moreland. The dead body of a negro boy was j.jjo 00 5 per cent, of circulation...... never remember such a record of calamA. G. Huffman lost by death a fine AT found in the woods near Shepherdsville ity." . . l39i'97 " Jersey milk cow, which had just given Total bully eaten'by wild hos. It is supposMAUILITIUS. n calf. The he is only one presidential ed to be the body of a boy named Saun- birth to ....$too,coo 00 T. II. Hardin Inn our thanks for in- Capital stock in Kentucky held by a democrat ders, who disappeared a week ago. Surplus fund., 30,000 00 vitation to the Mercer county fair", which Undivided profits 411 el and his time does not expire till after They must ho making a very strong 2G to '20. National Haak Note ouUtandi 4I,ooj 00 Grover Cleveland's inauguration next quality of "red eye" at Frankfort. Farm-er- s will bo held July too 00 Fon Sale. 300 ewes and 14 thor- Stock reduction unpaid March. The office is the one at near there are telling Btories of a oughbred southdown yearling bucks. Individual dpolt lubject to check.... til,7o 90 j e deand so far the snake 50 feet long and as big around as Due to other National Hanks- .7J J St McKinney, Ky. Due'O State Ranks and bankers 1,1 jo 7I clined to accept the many propositions a man, which is roaming about the coun- Givens & Carter, Foil Sale. Breeding Ewes of all of the bread and butter brigade for a try. ..$a,i7 n A bulletin issued by the Census Bu- kinds and in any number. Prices to Total change. STATE OF KENTUCKY, ., William More-lan- d. reau showa that June 1, 1890, there suit the purchasers. i County of Lincoln, Coolers, liar will not be disturb- were S2,J20 prisoners in the United The t onshler of above named I, John J.McRotart, thoroughbred Southdown Hank, do solemnly stvuar that that the aUnve stateTwo ed by tho reports from tho Temescal tin States, of wlwm ",3S0 were charged and have proved with murder. Of the latter 4,425 were bucks, 22 line early lambs and 20 fat ment li true to the Lett of mr ksww yd eCnaJsfar mines in California. They JOHN J MckOIlERTS D. M. Creighton,' Kings-villfailure, as have most of the oth- white and 2.739 negroes. ewes for sale. an utter Subscribed and sworn to buftire me this ikHh day W. M. URIGHT, N. I L. C of July. to RBVBV 2t Chicago protests against the action Ky. ers in this country, but the t. p. 1. con Correct attest: m 12 fet jw ") The Great Western Handicap at S. Hoikeu, tinues to come up smiling with another of tho U. S. Senato in tacking to the V V Directors. I MILL, loan of $5,000,000 .to tho world's fair the Chicago was won by the filly Yo Tammore patent prevarication. "7F" 3 of a second of tho best provision that the gates must be closed ilian within forcu The Louisville Post keeps the ou Sunday and that no liquor should Le time ever made at tho distance. Scientific American BEST bill standing on its editorial page. More sold on the grounds. John Wells sold to a Rockcast'o Aucnoy for effective campaign matter could hardly Tho union miners in the Coeur party 23 head of fat cattle at 2J cents ba printed. The paity that advocates d'Aleno mining district, in Idaho, aro and bought of Joseph Coliey and oth-- 1 such a bill will stand no more show, in b.?ing arrested and no further trouble is ers a lot of 2 year-olsteers at 2 cents, i zv bull expected. President Harrison has istho South, at least, than a short-ta- il VW&59L7t?iJ1,? iVi VJj).i'W&w.ni A post mortem revealed the fait tVAlr iSft il'illWMAmVVR1l in fly time. sued a proclamation commanding all that tho death of Col. Wilson, owner of OAVEAT3. TfeADE MARKS, The Coviugtou Commonwealth haa persons engaged in tho recent trouble to the Abdallah Stock Farm at Cyutuiana, . .. T.ee. ...RPMM ESION PATCNTO waa caused bv a plum stone lodged in donned n now dress, joiuod tho United disperse. COPYRIGHTS, etc. DCd! D H lHfcfflia. The floods in tho Warrior aud the bowels. Tor information and froo nandbooV wrlto to flrjwviM&fc ii j j Press, whoso tolograpti service rivals tho 31L.NN CO.. a;i liitoADWAY, New Vontc. river valloys in Alabama mean Danville Couiit. Yesterday was a Oldest bureau for iccnrlns patents in America, Associated, and la now ono of tho handtiroucht Ouly a small nvery patent atakon out by us la ot chargo nefnru LION PAINT will cover one-hal- f In tho tbo pabllo by uotlco given frco more space than any Paint mixsomest aa it always haa buen ono of the tho loss of millions to tho planters. There very dull court day. is much suffering among tenants, who crowd was in attendance and thco wero ed by hand and is guaranteed to give satisfaction. Accept no substipapers in the State. best uro mostly uegroos, and the governor only about 30 heal of cattle on tho martute. Good Agents wanted. Manufactured by Tho lady comniissiouors havo cho- - has called for aid from the sections of ket. Butcher cattle brought from 2 to Largest circulation of cny idcntlflc paper In tho LION PAINT & COLOR WORKS, LEXINGTON, KY., Cplondiaiy lllatrate1. No sambo trumpet flower as Kentucky's tho State uuaffected by the high wa 2t ceutsand feeders sold at 2 to 2 cents. world.ahoold bo without It. Weekly, lntollltreota man &U.UO A. R. Penny, Druggist, Agent, Stanford, Ky. rear) tlM tlz months. Add'eu MlT.N.N & CO, I No horses or mules were offered. ters. typical flower. 301 Uroadnoy, P. WALTON, The Louisville Timea denies tho re port that Mr. Wnttrrson is to be discharged from the He has not been doinf: much work siuco he y 19, 1892 tried in vain to save tho country from G rover Cleveland, but it is only a rest to be tho better able to eat his daily diet of crow till tho November election. Courier-Journnl. pletely-destroye- d It ia reported that the Islo of Sangir, in the Malay archipelago, has been com by a volcanic eruption CLEARANCE AT : SALE I itfi SIX PAGES. p 1 iu I - till! 12 l-2- h OOIMLL Look IIUIUj ns Our entire stock of Summer fore for this offer must.be sold regardless of price, well-equipp- ed Special Inducements To The Trade. at these closing out prices: worth for Persian Mulls, worth 20c; 5c for White wor th 10c; 5c for Ladies' for all Calico, worth worth for Fast non-uni- on Lawns, worth 10c; 10c for India Pontes Ladies' JIdhfs., worth 10c, 25 for Ladies' worth 50c. Fifty pair Ladies' Patent Tip Slippers, all at 75c pair, worth from. $1 $l.o0 per pair. Misses' and Children's Slippers at Clothing must' Blue Cottonade Pants 50c; Pants Pants 25c; Jeans Pants 75. 100 Men's all wool Suits, liht shades, Knee itively at 0,-0- This is a bona fide as don't want carry over a single liahb ored Suit. Even if you don't need one at present, it wilt pay yon but it and lay it away for tutureuse. Every Straw Hat in the House Dow t fail attend this Grand Clearance Sale. Main Street, Stanford. HAYS, Manager. THEY MUST GO HiajiiMnaoSo SUITS. JELLY GLASSES, e W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. cold-waterit- es 4 .... FRUIT -- J ABU 3) post-offi- ce seven-year-o- ld three-year-ol- d step-daughte- Tops, Rubbers, Sealing- Wax, Tin Cans and Preserving Kettles ot-m- . FARRIS & HARDIN'S. po6t-oflic- es A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER . 15,-0- 00 . Ste-cki- , Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. illltk ToiletArticles Glass, Books, JETUTELRy & car-load- s e, WiSLTCHES, CLOCKS r SIlIlASABjLl'i: (&0)(0DS post-offic- e B.K.&W.H.Wearen's. 'j Flem-ingsbur- g post-ofiic- Garden Tools, Rakes, Hoes, Spades, Shovels, Traces, Collars, Pads, Hamcs, Leonard Refrigerators, White Mountain Freezers, Water tin-plat- e f. e, T itu: " li.fi u m,gv mm '. d i jmTO fr !STHE W7 i9kFoR mi NT MADE. IW wim mmSSk Tom-bigb- eo int -t rjMim mttSMMK mammm ff M "VI L'uouitirus. New York. l i tn nWnssas vj ,'i't.l.J..H Till .... P.,.iiPn - W" ""H -- "1 w-Tf- S : - rtwH' sk Your account is due and ready ( thk Mbmphis of SHELBYVILIE, An EnglMh and ClassPlease calf ahd settle. I mean you. A the 11th contains nn interesting letter ical fcchool fur Gitlt. Annual SexMon opens Wednesday, Sept. 7th, :&jj. It. Penny. from Prof. J. M. Hubbaul written from rrcpares for Wellesley. VV. T. POYNTEB. for s.lo verv Thomas' Hay Hakes Afchevllle, N'.C. Fon Sale The lumber In tho amcheap by J. X. Menofee. JciA 19. Stanford, Ky., phitheatre and other buildings on the In a fire at Harrodsburg, J. L. Slavir, Use Loiran & Loiran Flour, the bo3t fair grounds will be sold nt public aucformerly of this county, lost $2,000 ou tint is made. McKinnoy Bros. tion on tho grounds at 3 o'clock Satur- building and stock of goods; Jordan, E.C.WAlTON,DU8.MQnaROr 0 Conbclt Dr. Appleman at his office at day evening. Inspect the lumber If you Robards and McGowan also Jost from (Late Alexander's Hotel.) want a bargain. t 300 to 51,000 each. visit. the Myers House on KUQZ0UGHLY . , w w MEANS BUSINESS. Jacob Sku.hist, a SwIm, who lives at Ybi-i- t To Tk.m nuns. Tho per capita for this Is duo and we need the l account Rates $2.50 Per Day. Esr.nAViNO beautifully and nrtistically money. Call and settle, a'evorance A tho Bernstadt colony in Laurel, is so year is $2.50. Please call at my office or Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-Housdono at A. It. Penny's. proud over his wife's performance of send and get your Teachers' Registers. Son. Bi'v your hooka and school supplies of Ky. giving birth to two girls and a boy at Bo sure to have contract properly signod all kuitls from A. It. i'enny. Fou Sale. A house and lot In Durst-tow- n tho same time, that ho has written to in back of fame. W. F. McClary, Supt. A. V. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, W. R. LOGAN, II wit your watch, clock and jowciry bilonglng to W. M. O'Brymi. J. Gov. Brown to name tho brats for him. J. J. Marshall, clerks. Manager. . repaired at A. It. Penny's. All work H. Banghman. was Mus. Woody Hale's emokc-houswarranted. The stockholders of tho Cumberland broken into Saturday night and a couple J..V.MENKFEK Kemkmiirr that all Bilverwnre. watches, To Tax-F- a ye us. Your 1S02 taxes are Valley Land Company will hold their of mldlinps, the entire contents, wero A. C. SINE rings, Ac, bought at A. It. Penny's wil. now due. Hope all will come forward Wednesday, stolen. Mrs. Tyree'.s kitchen was also regular annual meeting on he engraved free of charge. and settl promptly. J. X. Menefee, July 20th, 1802, at the First National broken into and a bucket of lard waB Shurlir. Bank of Stanford, Ky., to elect nine di- stolon. PERSONAL POINTS. rectors. Immediately after tho election Tub satchel conttilninir a bocket book the new board will organize. J. S. Hookjlu, Hi) Mi ItoiiKHTs is very ill of eryAll of the bills against the fair havo and some money, lost by Mrs. J. E. Carnot yet come in, but it is more than sipelas. er, Secretary. probable that it will come very near payM us. Sub Bai'uiiman is attending tho son, and adver ihod for in this paper, was found by Mr. J. M. Potry, ot The Cincinnati nine got licked yester- ing out in full. Pretty uond for a rainy Kichmond Fair. day, likewise tho Louisvllles, with the day and an inclement one and the firtt Mn. I.eb Bloomheld, of Winchester, Interior Journals to hear from. ewport fair for a number of year-- . visiting nt Mr. A. Hays'. Office Ky. is Lost. Betneen the Commercial HoJournal. They have been heard Miss Gkohoia Lewis was tho guest of and my residence, a pair of tel Hvstonville is to have a jail. The from and Ihey won n game from a crack Mrs. W. H. Higglnsjast week. s.rjzvsa Finder will re- toam eyetrlawes. very day 27 to 3. Please do correspondent to the Advocate from that that Mn. J.S. Huiium spent Saturday and ceive reward by leaving at my store. A. not give our namesakes out. They are place says of It: "It will bo erected on Sunday at Hock Castle Springs. A. Warren. tho commons near tho creek, where tho redeeming theineelves now. Mus. J. P. Davis and son are on a visit sun shines in summer and the wind to her parents in Wayne county. The force of 30 men who are laying The Dauvilles will cross bats with the blows in winter. At either season tho Miss Emily Alexamikk is spending tho water pipe, reached the centre block Interior Journals at Itochester Park this antral weeks with relatives at Hubble. In town yesterday. The streets are ter- afternoon. The standing in the league prisoner will wish he was some where else." Mu. J. B. Dknto.v, of Lexington, has ribly torn up, but it will only be for a is at present as follows: Mrs. B. K, Wear-en- . short time. b en visiting his sister, The man who pulls teeth without Played. Won. Lost. pain has been doing a land ofiice busi2 0 11 The Danville Advocate gave a full ac- Nicholasville Misses Kate Vor.is and Callio Stone, ness. Mr. S. H. Shanks had 11 pulled 3 10 0 Danville count of our Fair, the receivers of of Mercer, are visting Mrs. Betsy Kevat a sitting Sunday and almost cried bei journals 6 iu and the like, showing that paper interior ins. cause ho didn't have more to bo extract 0 Harrodsburg of Boyle county, to be up tosnutr on items In this as well Miss PattibGe.vtky, ed. Mack Huffman had eight taken Wc can not afford to have all these bargains and not tell the peocounty. Rfo Collikii was tried before Judge from his mouth and he too testifies that is the guest of Miw Martha Paxton as in its own ple. All our Printed Indias, all our Summer Cheverons, all our SumHint. Tint Harrodbunr Saying publishes Varnou Friday on the chargo of stealing he felt not the least pain in the opera- mer Bedford Cords, all our summer Ginghams, reduced from 25 to It was tion. Missus Nettik Whav and Howie Held an affidavit from County Clerk Tom fair tickets and was dismisstd. o 50 per cent. Those who want these goods must have them when wc spending the week at I.lnnietta Wherrttt, of Lancaster, that Mr. H. T. proven that the tickets were left laying dozA collision occurred on the main line can suit them in colors. Come, ladies; now is the time to get more Springs. prohibition oareleesly around and that he. like Xool voted tho straight-ou- t ens of other boys, merely picked them of the L. it N. near Bardstown Junction, for your money them ever before. And you, gentlemen, whose Kl'OE.VB llOBBAItll, Of St. Louis, ih ticket against Gov. Bttekuer In Mil. np. There was a loose screw in the bus- Sunday, between No. 4 passenger and wardrobes are depleted; we can put a better suit in it and for less' brother, Arthur Hubbard, at visiting his The school per capita will be S2 50 this iness some whereon thepart of the tick- No. 13 freight, and was caused by the money than you ever bought before. Your children need not go ragthe College. Mn. W. G. McKinsev, of Montgome- year, an increase of 10 cents over Inst. et men, or the tickets would have been mistake of the conductor and engineer of ged nor poorly shod, when you can buy cl&thing and shoes the latter. They were 1J hours hto and ry, Ala,, is on a visit to his parents, and Only two States in tho Union nay more handled more carefully. took it for granted that tho passenger money out of their treasuries for comins sweetheart. Tiik weather has boen delightfully train ha'd gone into the double track. McltoHBUTS has gone to mon school purposes than Kentucky Mies Doluk cool since Friday's storm, which did She hadn't and the two engines came Hichtnond to visit her aunt, Mrs. Miller, pays. much damage in numerous sections of together with acrash.disabliugboth badaud attend thu fair. The Hying Dutchman, which was so the Ohio Valley. The writer saw the ly, damaging several cars, but fortunate We have also some extra size clothing in summer goods; send all Mw. IS ILJosiM went up to Pinoville liberally patronized during tho fair, has tornado sweep over Cincinnati from his ly injuring no one seriously. John daughter, Mrs. O. V. your fat friends to us and we will cover their nakedness; and those Friday t mio her beou set up on the vacant lot owned by room in the tall Emory Hotel, carrvini: well known here, was engineer of whose pants need send them to us and we will furnish is imto sick. Hiley, who Mr. J. D. Anderson, corner Main and death and destruction in its wake. It tho freight train, and escaped unhurt. Mn. HoBKiiT I.kk Davis is writing them with a pair of A. Lesser &Co.'s best merchant tailor made goods Varnon streets, and the small boy is now grand and awful Eight to &eo the storm someentuttaining lutteis from the far scouring the coup try for nickels to ride a The report circulated by interested at fabulously low prices. king in his fury unroof houses, blow oil" West to tle Lexington Leadei. We have too many ladies' vests, too many corsets, too many ladies' on it. chimneys and hurl vehicles and cars parties in certain portions of this judiMus. J. I. McKinney and Mis Mary and gent's shoes, too many laces and embroideries, too many hose and were playthings. A cial district that Judge M. C. Suufley is Mn. J. T. Johnson, of London, who around like they Gayle, of Montgomery, Ala., passed up number of jwrsons were killed and a addicted to the use of intoxicauts aud and our parasol stock is entirely too large and we must reduce them at to Uieen Briar yesterday to spend sever- built Cpt. William Geer's hone, has larger number wounded, while the pecu- morphine, is 60 outrageously false that your own price. Examine for yourselves and "let us reason together." bought of Mrs. Cath Bdley i couple of al weeks. it is hardly worth denying, certainly niary damage is very creat. Kkw T. O. Mahtin and Miss Nettie L. lota on Logan avenue at .100 eaeh. He .. not where tho gentleman is at all known. ( iark, of Winchester, and Miss Ulna It. will begin at once to build a nice cottage Thk froicht rato on grain from Stan- We havo known Judge Saufley for years Wihnott. of Lexington, are visiting Misi on each lot. Mr. Johnson is much pleas- ford is higher than from any station in and can truthfully say that the record ed with Stinford ami may locate here this part of Kentucky, says Mr. George Hosa Jones. of no prohibitionist in the county could himself. MissGkokhie Wbst, of Harrodabur,-anD. Wearon, who has investigated and surpass his for temperance and sobriety. L. A N. Mies Stella Cartwright, of Junction In fact he is an almost total abstainer, The trouble between the coal opera- who has been appealing to the City, were visiting Miss Gertie M. Daw-soauthorities to remedy tho inequality, bo so seldom does he drink even n social tors and miners of this county has been BaltiMason, Lightning and Wire Top last week. glass. As to morphine, he is so thorsettled and the miners lmvu gone to far without avail. From here to Mn. T. II. Saunders came up from more the rate is 20J, while from Shelby oughly disgusted with his observations work in all tho mines in tho county at Louisville Friday and spent several days tho same scale of wages of last yenr, ex- City, McKinney, iinville, Junction of its results that he would not take it 23 with his wife, who is stavlnir hero for even as a medicine. His personal ap cept at the Nickel Plate and Litton City, Gilbert's Creek, Ac, it is only ' tho bonellt of her baby. cents. This makes it against the raiseis pearance gives the lie to either report mines, where they still have including those A ni'Miick of famllicB, in this section. Farmers several miles An opponent who would start such a men at work. London Echo. Porcelain and brass Preserving Kettles; Refrigerators, Water Coolers, of McesiB. J. A. Harris, S. II. Baughmah, out from town can haul to McKinney, story ou another candidate, if it was so White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers, Fly Paper and Fly Traps. L. tt N., will Gilbert's Creek or Shelby City, but they B. McKinney and Mr. and Mrs.S. P. Richmond Faiii. The J. started, must be exceedingly hard up Stagg, are staying at Hale's Well. run a special train to the Richmond can not do so profitably from hero and for something to .dimage the popular Wire Cloth Spring Hinges and Corner Irons. Grind Stones, Scythe Mus. Eliza Floyd, of Wayne, is violt-lu- Fair from Junction City nnd intermedi- that is perhaps tho reason that they aie Lincoln county entry. Stones, Grass and Weed Hooks, lades and naths. W. Kubanks. ate stations July 10 to 22 inclusive, at taken advantage of. It is to be hoped and her brother, Mr. J. Tickets Will that those in power will investigate the She is 70 years old and boasts of tho fact one fare for the round-trip- . J. C. Johnson bought a load of cows Full line of cakes, Candies and Fruits. Prices to suit the times. that shu has never needed spectacles be good returning July 2Sd, Trains mayor and see that we are not discrimi- ami heifers from various parties at 2i to ami that bIio is Just as young as she leave Junction City at 7:20 a. m., return- nated against. 2 aud shipped them to Cincinnati. . uswl to be. ing leavo Richmond at 5:30 r. . W. Advocate. Gaihsaiu) Faiii. The president, direc.Mu. E. It. Sahuik, who has been conW. Penn.T. P. A. Wallace McWhorter. of Cagey, anil of tors and a'l have a right to feel proud nected with Mr. H. C. ltupley's merMiss Lutitia Adams, of this county, GO TO- The report that J. Roe Young, the Garrard County Stock Fair Associa- each IS yeais old, were bound hand and chant tailoring establishment for a ye tr of Middlesboro, had skipped tion, which was held Friday and Saturor more, and who during his stay has heart at the bride's home, near Dripfrom Louisville for parts unknown, ow- day of la- week. With a large crowd made many friendp, left Saturday for his ping Springs, Saturday. ing to numerous debts, and published aud a splendid hhow of stock both days, home In Louisville. lluesell A Board shipped eight cars of that city, is denied. tho fair was a decided success iu every , A I'akty composed of J. Warren Hock-or- in tho papers of hogs to Cincinnati, which co3t them was closed by the constable particular. The premium list was exA I Severance, Tom Owsley, Will His saloon D. C. Terhune bought ?A Mr, Young's absence from tremely liberal and there was not a ring Iito400. Shanks, Will Craig, John M. Craig and for debt, but mare mule colt9 at an average three contestants and Carroll Bailey are camping out at Hale's the city as not caused thereby. Ho with less than of ?02. Harrodsburg Democrat. FORmany nun irom a 10 io. v speviiu lechas returned to prove Its falsity. Well. Al Severance Ib cook and War A responsible believer iu the get of ture of the fair was tho splendid dinners ren I locker housekeeper s ll to betcoOOevcn that an Axtell Thk Interior Journals went to Nicholcity, has asville Friday and played ball, but were set by the friends of the association, and Mu. CiiAitLKa Holmkp, of this 2 year-ol- d will this year beat all who attended wore dined iu elegant been appointed principal 01 wio oinuiuru comiuuea t0 6top before the came was old record, 2:33, $500 againet style. Lincoln county was well reprepublic school for tho next session and will this t by the p0l,r,0R raitli The ecore sented in tho show of stock and took her $1,000 that an Axtell ho and his mother and sister will move gt00(1 g tQ (, when U)H gam(J was called Messrs. J. E. year beat 2:20 and $1,000 against !?."j,000 portion of the premiums. 10 mai town. .ur. iiuiijh:o m will this year and our boys firmly believe had tho oth- Farris, J. K. Baughman and the Beazley that an Axtell 2 year-olvoung man and the trustees have mado er two innings been played they would record of 2:12. particularly fortunato in the beat AxtelPs Bros, were an admirable selection. Danville Advo- havo been victorious. Our battery, Dansecuring of blue ties and each took home The party making this offer stipulates cate. iels and Sullivan, did good work and lit- several yards of blue ribbon. The asso- that the three wagers go together. He Mu. and Mus. W. T. Williams, of tle Arthur, as usual, acquitted himself ciation will pay a largo dividend and af- should find no great troublo in finding a spent a few days with relatives creditably. .. ter this year it is liKoly that trotting rac- taker. hero. Mrs. Williams was Misa Nannie Mr. J. E. Farris, of this county, is The putting up of the electric light es will be inaugurated. MY ENTIRE STOCK AT Walter, whose recent marriage surprised the owner of one of the finest saddle Her husband wires lins made it necessary tu trim up a her friends in this section. Ofit people, particularly the young la mares ever shown in Kentucky; at Main street, is superintendent of the Lexington street number of shado trees on dies, who thought he was such a "daisy least that is the verdict of all the promiwhich have heretofore proven buoh a railway. will no doubt remember Charles L. Bai- nent horsemen who attended our fair source of comfort during the heated who had h's phonograph hero for ami the Garrard county fair last week. Those needing adjusted Watches can get the following movements CITY AND VICINITY. months. Wo are willing for the ex- ley, several weeks some four months ago. He Sho is four years old, by On Time, dam at prices stated: B. W. Raymond's jSio"; No. 50 Elgin $20; No. 86 change, however, of .shade for electric Fuesu stock oranges, lomons, bananas gotten into troublo and seems to be by Cabbell's Lexington, and until this Elgin $20; John C. Duber $14, Hampden; John C. Duber special light. By tho way, it will only be a has candies, cakes and ctnekors at McKinShe Si 7. Hamnden. in it bad. Mr. Bailey attended it ball at sprinj had verv little handling. Other movements in nroDortion. All work neatlv week or so till tho lights are turned on, , ney Bros.' Phcunix Hill, Louisville, with his sweet- was put in the hands ol that veteran and promptly done. Call and see me. ROBT. FENZEL. and tho water works aud ice plant are in and filled up on ber, and the girl, horseman, Mr. N. H. Rowland, of Lex-is the matter with our Wil- full working order. Danville, Lancastor heart What who was probably a little "Dutchy" too, ington, about two months ago nnd in liamsburg scribe? Ho should not weary and other of tho old fogy towns are most on a pretty big load. They lelt that short time he has succeeded in cordially invited to come over and seo n took in well doing. Piuenix Hill, the girl pleading with him making her one of the smartest, if not widoawako little city. to take her home, but instead of comply-lu- the smartest, animals we ever saw. She The only mail tho Laucastor Btago with hor request ho took her to an has only been shown four times this brought over Saturday was a letter for Thk exhibition game of ball between th'e summer bore and at Lancaster and tho Inteiuoii JpuitNAL. A pretty light tho Interior Journals aud Danvilles ou assignation house and pursuading IL to go to a room, accomplishpulL. woro the blu tie eyery time shown, the grounds hero Thursday afternoon voung lady load for two horses to fcJraSpplHlBft-SBlBHBproved a very uninteresting one, tho vis- ed her ruin." The young lady, who was twice in her class, once in sweepstake Tin: Advocate fays of our Fair: There itors being wholly unequal to the emer- in a drunken condition, dropped off toi and once in New York saddle. Sho may be more elaborate fair exhibitions gency. Twenty-.sovo- n to three was tho sleep, and when she awoko her lover will lie campaigned iu Kentucky this this year, but few will have a bettor dis- score and if our boys had wautod to they had departed and she was left nt tho summer and then taken to St. Louis play "of stock so far as quality is concoru could havo doubled tho numbor they houa of ill roputo alone. Sho wont homo and Chicago nud put on exhibition by ed. made. This proves very conclusively and told her parents of hor shame and Mr. Rowland, wo understand. . father nnd mother jire The L. & N. will bM special tickets to that Elting, tho Dauvillo pitcher, who now an iratecountry for tho gay Mr. It is a test of politeness, lor a man to has given that club the shake, was their scouring the Chicago, 111., July 23d, at $0.65 for the fathor swears that ho listen with interest to things ho knows round-trip- , good returning tho 27th. main and only stay and since ho has left Bailey. The girl's about, when thoy are being told by a great Danvilles, that club has seem- will kill him on sight, out uawoy is- 100 all TicketB will bo sold at tho above rato tho person wt.o Knows notn.ng aoouc mem. u fellow to let him get a glance at Car-loa- d W. ingly fallen iuto a sleop that knows no just received. And examine the Studebaker. from Junction City aud Lebanon. Boston Buletin. waking. him, Penn, T. P. A. W. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal The colored people are talking of n hav- Apneal-Avalanch- o ing fair. 12 m m H mimmnm THE WILLARD. LM- tJWJll-llMJL-WLLJLLM- KY.-- Sixtv-cicht- h hls-ncx- e, Louisville, -- o SINE & Proprietors of The MENEFEE. ' How-lan- d. STANFORD LUMBER YARD, and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, -N- steel-rimme- d m DOWN, DOWN, DOWN. Here we Cue. Knife in Hand, pro-mium- s 18 ' And Down Goes Our Prices. . n-- r-- r. ' ... oy half-solin- O nee. ... J. S. HUGHES. d Now Is the Time to Buy TiD Cans, Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, non-unio- n Sealing "Wax g MoKHTNEY BROS. 1 for-mer- lv -t A. A. Warren's -- first-cla- ss "Model Grocery" -- otTi-r- Ax-teAx-toll- 's iiuiv Lex-ingto- d FRUIT JARS, JELLY GLASSES, TOPS AND GUMS, SEALING WAX, &C NOW IS YOUR CHANCE. m REDUCED J" I Eoii7 1 ... r T ... g Do You Need E a Wagon ? K - CALL 'AT J. B. FOSTER'S ""' J.- - MLfcts fra ..Mg-- , JA earnestly. "Queen Elizabeth was also a wretched not o paid 83.6Q creature, wi.sn't she?" "Very wretched, 1 should say, If hisK.u. LOCAL TIME CARD. tory is to bo behoved." Train ivave Rowland at 7:00 a, m., returning "Then thero was Catharine" at 3:10 p.m. "What nro you driving nt, anyvrayT L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. broko in the man who was being regaled ,u 39 pm with tbo names of tbo unhappy women Msiltrsingoing North ...liopm of history. South it 55 P Express train" South . "1 was just nbout to remark," continit North. ...IIS Freight N orth ...... , Local ued tho thin man, "that tbo namo of m South- ...5 up tho unhappiest woman iu this world Th tatter trains also carry passengers The above it calculated on itandard time. Solar does not appear in historj. Now Pvo time ii about ao minutes faster. got a namud Martha Tabbs, and just at present bho is tho most QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. wretched woman on tho faco of tho j3-Vhen euKii Yiavrt rr advanok. will be chargcd.-ff- n most "Mary Queen of Scots was unhappy woman, wasn't eho? inquired n thin man of a friend on a Woodward Published Every Tuoaday and Friday nvenuo car tbo other day. AT "Indeed sbo was," replied the other Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal A Most Unhappy WomaB, Reduced IUtkb Will bo made by tbo Queen & Crescent liouto and the Louisville Soutbern Railroad on account of tlio following occasions: At Wi'more, Colored Camp Meeting, July 23 to 30. At Harrodaburg, Mercer Couuty Fair, Go to Earp's Art Gallery He keeps up ti-t- ICJS I ICJS 1 1 II. T. NOEL Is a Candidate for Circuit Judge la the nth District, subject to the action of the democratic party To have jour phetotraph taken, with all the Latest Improvements, 01-- iy KowUnd at one cent per pound or sixty cents per hundred. All accounts due last of each week JAMES l. IlleSII. f 'Stanford, Ky. I will deliver Ice every morning in Stanford and nr. C. SAUFLEY, Of Lincoln, Is n Candidate for Circuit Judge In this judicial district, subject to the action of the Democracy And will give you good satisfaction. A. J EARP, Stanford. July 25 to 29. THE RILEY HOUSE. . 1 toes sister-in-la- To Niagara Falls, special low rates Ju- ly 2Stb. . At Danville, Boylo County Fair, August 2 to 0. At Versailles, Woodford County Fair, Aug. 2 to 1. At Cincinnati, 0., meeting of Queen City Driving Club, Aug. S to 13. At Lebanon, State Grand Lodge U. B. F., Aug. Oth. At Litwrenceburg, Andersou, Franklin and Salvisa Couutv Fair August 9 to 11. HOTEL AND SALOON AT ROWLAND P. B. RILEY, Proprlotor, London, - - - Kontucky. J. ,,nc, 4 S. OWSLEY, JR., )...,. larm of 110 llrrhi.J 7 IFOIR, I offer S-A-XjIEJ. for sale ptivately mv frame Hotel and Saloon at Rowland, which are now renting at US per month. It is centrally located and a fine pointlor business, belnc at a terminal r'int on a divisIt has ,l'u" well. stable coal ion of the L. & N house and other necenary outhutlilitigs. A'taiess MARY C. FERRILL, Stanford MR thtrc moved to my new Hotel and am better J prepared than ever to accommodate me P"s 'c- fl Good Livery attached and every convenience de I sired Give me . ...11 FRANK KILEY, 77 Is a Candidate for Comirnnwealth'i Attorney, sub feet to the action of the Democratic nm. Judicial District to which Lincoln couuty 1117 be pike. FOR .KENT. miles from I Stanford. !& e An W. II. Miller J. II. IZAUGIIMAN, HOUSE AND LOT'FOR RENT. 1. FIRE AND STORM Notice to the Traveling Public. . . INSURANCE AGENT Representing Trains pass J unction City as lollows: Q & C Special si:s6am ; Fast d Mail i:S7 p. m ; New Orleans Limited 3:17 P- ., Special 8.40 pm. Special 3 :06 a. m.J Blue Grass Special 6:00 a. m. ; Cincinnati Limited 1.4S Fast Mail a.iS p. m. p.-South-bounBlue-Gra- ss North-bound-- d DR. W. B. PENNY, Dentist. recently Office South siJe Mam street, in office vacated br Dr. L. K. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. islHsC ftr. vw A. S. PRICE, ;"3i;SURGE0N DENTIST. tn lt Drug Store, Stanford trt. OVff Wi B. McRoberts R. C. MORGAN, IV D. D. S. street. DENTIST. (s moving to the Nitrous Oxide Gas given for painless extracting. Higgins office, Lancaster STANFORD, KENTUCKY. DR. R It JOHN t1 M. ORAIG, KENTUCKY 1 Homeopathic Physician, STANFORD, ,'p. m. Office Hours: Office low, has a lino farm on Vashon island, near Tacoma. Although 110 lives tho life of n hermit, it is believed that llO is Office opposite Coffej- - House, rich, for tho Vashon fruit lands aro among tho most productivo in the state, - and his farm has beon under cultivation 19.6m for a number of years. Ho visits tho Tacoma office every week or two, and ho always asks Miss Reeso to get his DR. D. E. mail, for she went to considerable SHELTON HOUSE, trouble in looking up a letter for him Rowland, : : Kentucky. once, and he thinks no ono elso in tho office is to bo Trusted. Office hours 7 to 9 a. tn. and 3 to 9 p. m. Some months ago, after sho had hauded him his mail, ho laid $200 in gold on Iter counter, saying, "That's for yon." Bo I fore tho astonished girl had compre-- 1 handed the net ho was gone. Sho was so indignant that sho wopt, and wheu Ladders returned sho gavo back tho In the corporate limits of Rowland. money, telling him she supposed he had H. I. DARST. Rowland. forgotten it. He was much hurt.but later ho left nt a local jewelry shop an order for a diamond necklace and earrings TO for her, and iu explanation he said to Kentucky Hedgi agent pi am Co.. ot for The Centraloffer the services ol tho shopkeeper that sho was tho only Fence Lancaster, and both myself and the Company to the citizens ol person who had ever spoken a kind word Lincoln county. I am very thankful for the liberto him. al patronage received and hope by fair dealing to Tho jewelry was refused also by "Miss Farmers in need of a Kod merit a continuance. fence will find me at the Myers House in Stanford Reese, but Lauders was not to be en each County Court day. thwarted in his dosiro to mako her unM. W. JOHNSON. 97.6m derstand his gratitude, for a day or two ago ho stumped into tho postoflico and, thrusting a paper into her hand, reMISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, marked that it was something she could not return. Miss Reese, on opening the document, found that it was a deed for Corner Main and Depot Streets, Kentucky. five acres of land, which, sho has been Stanford, told, is worth G00 an acre. Sho is at lias just received a handsome line of Sprint: and present in a quandary us to what course mmer Millinery and invites her friends and the public generally to till in and get rirt choice. bho shall pursue. Tacoma Letter. 3W lojto 11 a, m.J to on Lancaster street, opposite 3 p. m.; . 8 to court-house- . At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and Manchester, of have in connection with Hotel one of the best Pennnsylvania loom In the State, open day and night; a night America, ' man meets all trains. In conlieUion with Home Ins. Co. of have also one of the best Mineral wells in the Mate bon-uets Companies. I would and for reference to water, call on Mr and Mrs All of w hich are G. W. Patrick. Loulswlle, Mr and Mrs Floyd Inbe pleased to wait on my Irlendsln this line. Pol. gram, Erin, Tenn , A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. icics promptly issued. Will insure against tornaRefre-ahlnfI) E. Proctor, C. II. llraum.Mr and Mrs T W. does, wind storms and Ihzhtnlng Lightning clausHamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs F. II. Johnson, es attached without additional charge pleasuro-seekand New Haven, I Im Cox. Greensburt;. Rates Ji per Olfice at First National Hank Stanford. Queen of Scots was wheu sho discovered the time that excursionists, a route for sportsmen should figure out their sum- dav J M. f'etrcy, clerk Give me a call that her neighbor had ono that cost mer vacation. In doing so. the delighfully cool ofciy J. W CARRIER, Prop. summer and fishing rvsorts located alone trie Wisthirty dollars." HIX-TOI- T, consin Central Lines come vh idly to view, am.ni.' "That was not it at all. Sho was as which are Fox Lake, III . Lake Villa, 111., WaupaWnukeha, Cedar Lake, happy as a bobolink in(n Juno meadow Ashland. Wl. Wicu ca. Kitield. lletternut in General Merchandise, uutil she tripped and fell going up tho sin has within the last mid years become the center five Shingles. Lumber BtAnc nnil frnntnrnr! Iinr fit.', ill. Klin ' f fittniftlnn mr mur,. pleasure seekers hunters ami frrmf . fishermen than any other state In the Union and I can supply the families of Stanford and vicin1. .:.... :.. i..,.i Goods sold for cash only It gives me pleasure lw "u" each visit increases the desire to ng.ilii ocethe ity with home made Ice at 00 cts. per 100 pounds; to state to the publU In general that 1 am doing lirvnthe the balsam fragrance leu than that amount at one cent per pound, and nicely under the Cash System and tharthe people iiat, mm oy 1110 timo sho can wear it it charming or attuipnert, that is a partot will probably bo out of fashion. I tell der through thetne invigorating stately pines wan- manufactured Ice at 75 cents per too pounds every are rapidly catching on to the fact that it is the colounadi-- t of and cents for smaller quantities. Ice delivered better system, both lor the buyer and seller. They you it is sad to watch her looking tear- hook the speckled Uxiutles with a fir. morning. I call special attention to the John lire-m- also know that I sell aoods for about a third less pamphlets containing valuable information, Uremng Ce.'s Celebrated I. X. L. Peer, for than my competitors who do iredlt business. fully at that bonuet, which sho has had Forapply to T. S. PAT TV, D. 1'. A . which I am agent. Will furnish in etthe kcf or that I keep constantly on hand a splenadjusted to a bedpost. Talk about the etc., Cnattatioo);a, Tenn. bottle. Write for prices. did assortment of Iry Goods, Groceries. ClothC. POND, General Passenger and Tlclet K IIRE.MKK, Stanford, Ky. JAS. ijtf unhappy women of history! Why, she Agent, Chicago, 111. ing, Hoots, Shoes, Hats and the like Call in and sec my stock, which is replenished almost dally m is moro unhappy than any ten of them J H. HILTON, Rowland, Ky. 5Myr Cholera Infantum has lost Its terrors since the put together." Detroit Freo Press. introduction of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhira Remedy. When that remedy is used A l'ullte Gtrl'a Oiiutiilnry. and the treatment at directed with each bottle i. .NOTICE TO THF... followed a cure Is certain. Mr A. W. Walters, a The old saying, "It pays to bo polite," prominent merchant at Waltersburg, III., says "It ; has been illustrated again in tho Tacoma cured my baby of cholera inlantum after ever.il so low child remedies postoflico in favor of Miss Margaret J. otherhe seemed had failed. Thethe aid was human ot almost bevond Reese, the stamp clork, n pretty young that or reach of any medicine. 15 and 50 cent hands I have opened in connection with my Hotel, the for sale by Dr M L. ltouroe, Druggist a: woman of twenty-one- . L. O. Landers, bottle Optician, Stanford, Ky. o grizzled, crabbed, ono legged old felfiMt-clasf m Muck-wanag, At Kansas City, Mo., Soutbern Lumearth." "What's tho matter with her chills?" ber Manufacturers Ass'n., August 7th "No." and Stb. "Lumbago?" broko in tho other. For further information as to rates, MNo; but you see last week her husetc. call on Ticket Agents or write D. G. " band bought hern twenty dollar Edwards, G. P. A., Cincinnati, 0. "And I suppose tho twenty dollar bonRetreats. net mado her more uuhnppy than Mary Summer days are fast approaching and now is 1 have had. THE SHELTON IIOVSE P .M. McKOUKKTS. Ac.Dt, Hartford, of Hartford, Conn., lint Stanford, Ky Manchester, Eng Philadelphia, Fire, North Falls Branch Jcllico Coal Oo. Miners and shippers of the GKNUINE offer for the House and Lot belonging to lne and adjoining V't.'V. S?"' Dr. J II. Owsley, en Huitonvllle street, Manfora, Ky. It has right warns, gid well and necessary I iot ICE AND BEER. J. H. ft. W- - are the sole agents for Stanford and Rewland. Ollue corner ol Depot street and id crossing. WIGGINS A WATTS. Original Jcllico Coal. Try ratl-ru- Dealer ,.,... " ,,..ki "'" ..""'" and Desirable House and Lot in Crab Orchard For Sale. I offer privately my House and Let of iU Acres, curlier Stanford and DepqJ streets. Crab Onhaid The house has five rooms and a large garden, a good spring and spring house and bt, a horse lot ana an ine necessary hulldlag attached "".V --- si.- land-cnp- e, 1 hand-mad- er it'll IMS LizIt KK IN- McCIl'UE C. D. POWEIiE., -- 1)11 - General -:- - Merelianclisc, TRAVELING PUBLIC. . XB,. J. A. AMOIT, Good Looks. " ivnnpRS HOUSE, First-Clas- And Country Produce, Has opened his slock nfgouds and Urrady tn rtt the people of Stanford and tMnity He Is otter-In- g unheard if lkargnlns aad all who want g k1 gowls ai the low est posalhle price shM. callsooa htm im Logan Avenue, near LancMit jHk-e- Stanford, Kentucky. PROCTOR, pinched look. Secure your health and you will nave good looks. Klectnc Hitters Is the great alterative and tonic, acts directly on these vital organs. Cures pimples, blotches, boils and gres a good complexion. Sold at A. R. Penny's dri. store, 50 cents per bottle. Good looks are more than sk in deep.depending 'lon a healthy condition of nil the vital crgaus. Ii the liver be inactive you have a bilious Kx k, it your stomach be discrdered you have a dspepti look and if your kidneys be affected you have a TJIK STANFORD- -- s HHLJ I vssssssP-LlX'- M f 1 Hl Ar.d offer the service of it to the public. Ilrand nnw vehicles and fresh blooded hvriet make wry s!a !e compare vvila IJvcry Stable, Water.LightandlceCo. ia 1. In Tho Bost Give metho Country. a AL I) Has contracted with re.pmiUe ftras Ier Us pUuls and will have the Iteaail Klectrtc I Toms completed 10 about sltiydass; the Water Plant soon afIn order to place Individual contracts in ad. ' for Water and l.lectri.. Light, the Company onVrs the fpllsnvtsig' Necessary water pipe will to laid, conttveted 10 at actual i lor pipe and Mark. F.lcct.ic wirs pyi Ir anil nccsry Asisires furnished free ol charge . . r t. . H,M,",r u w ivgive. "This daily grind is wearing me down je-a- m j .For Sale tcrrihlv." said tin razor to the hone You'd feel bolter if you get an edge on, replied the hone, "You haven't jjot enough prit to pet one yourself," retorted the razor, bluntly-'Don't Junction City jaiij.8 & Grail .te W(JTkS THE GOFFEY HOUSE CITY, JCNCIION K t'lvNS P GRLFN, Proprietor. Manager ter ' Twenty Building: Lots cutting," answered the hone, and the razor shut up. Haryard be eo Lampoon. Marble and Granite House an) am fully inspired to fill orders lor all d Granite work I have in my kiwis o" Marble employ skilled workmen frem the East. Mr freight facilities can not be escclted and I will swt be un dersold. JOE S. WRIGHT. j Have Just erecte.1 a new STANFOUD, KV., Nimiiiwi The !... schedule ef adcpled rases Is percent. lhaa is usually give (wnsiiss n iai JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. tor 15 to so Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. $ J oa . Guaranteed Curo for La Grippe. We authorize our advertised druggist to sell yen Dr. Kinj;' New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, upon this condition: If you are afflicted with La Grippe and will use this remedy according to directions, giving It a fair trial and expennce no benefit, you may return the battle and have your money retu'nded We make this offer because of the wonderful success of Dr. King's New Discovery during last season's epl demic. Have heard of no casein which it failed. Try it. Trial bottles free at A. R. Penny's drug store Large sire 50c and Ji. Mr. Van Pelt, editor of the Craig, Mo. Meteor. uEnt to a ilrm? sture at Hillsdale. Iowa, and asked the physician in attendance to give liitn a doseaf something fur cholera morbus and looseness uf the bowels. Hesavs: "I telt o much better the next morning that I concluded to call on the physician and get him to fix me up a supply of the medicine. Barber Snnp to the Com 1 was surprised when he handed me a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhtra Rem- merdal Hotel, 1 m edy. He said he proscribsd it regularly in his practice and found it the bccrtie could get or preto Accommodate Ladies pare. I can testify to. its efficiency in my case at as well Gentlemen, Dr. M L. Uourne, Drugall events.' For sale by gist and Opticum, Stanford. Ky. In anything they may wish in my line, Chil- also waited on. Call mi ise. rivwide is TIE FARMERS. Dwelling ef j rooass, one faucet Ksvch additional roots, "SThtt Hotel, renovated and refurnish. Is nw addittotial faucet la My charge aad I intend to cw.duv.1 it Mast Sl-- lUch Hanks and Private I, bstt te add net only nuintam Its high reputation, acctmn4a-tionsfe- r Ualns, private, sue lancet Unices, la lis long list ol friends, bpccial Hsoe aiuchmeot Ier sprinkler commercisl travelers and fine roews fur Stables, private, one aninsnl the dtiptoy f samples, Each additional animal . . I laucel . I oo 3 .... 00 5 s I oa A 3T.1l Flrst-Class!Salo- on And UILLIARDand POOI UOOMS attached. JOSEPH COFF1JY. Electric Light Rates. Per commercial mv. On arc and three lanansleseent lamp per wax ... Sn 00 . r tuck iMOantsMoeut tight, For is 60 fvr mo. . ., . 1. ig .. .. .. 11 H H JJ l For Rossstf nse Use; , For IM so c. vs. IncwisVswent Iamb per mo . o " ml ... " "LOCUST GROVE" ST O CK1 Itlue-Gra- FAiRM FOR SALE Milliner and Dress Maker Prepared as Jv Storing the Piano for tlio S miner. "Paw, how the Miiseippi In connection with tho subject of leaver?" "In some places, my son, it is now ing household goods for the summer, tho advisability of storing the piano dur- 10 or L'O miles wide." "And how wide ing the summer mouths may well bo is a railroad track, paw?" Four or five Ofll kinds, the Up in All Parts of considered. Ono of tho features of tho feet. Why do you ask?" Made and Set largest storago building in this city is n, fellera that made this X , Y. and Z. rail- the Country. piano room, where tho cost for storing a i road map have tot it jut the other No Agents employed piano averages but n small sum n month, wav." If the instrvinent is really a good one it W. ADAMS & SON, No. 41 Broadway, Lexington, Ky. JBuckltn'sArnlca Salvo. 194m cannot bo too carefully kept. Fully 00 Tl ...1. l.t iui ... ue best saivc : .1. per cent, of tho pianos kept in this sores, ulcers, salt in uic wuin sores, .....a l.vi.t.a. tetter, chap rheum, clirnnto, it has been estimated, become ped hands, chilblains, corns ana ail Kin ersip pay requirand cracked in their sounding boards after tlons It positively cures piles, or Ml satislactiec, . perfect ed. is guaranteed to I am Agent for the Celebrated tho first year of use. Theso cracks are or money refunded. Price sj cents per baa. Deering . Harvesting : Company, caused oither by incompetent tuners or by For sale by A. R. Penny, Suntord, Ky. And eler their Machines to the people of Lincoln the improper temperature to which they county. Their Hinders are unexcelled and their aro subjected. Reapers and Mowers stand the highest of any in Tho soundboard is tho very life of the the murket- - AUo keep all kinds of futures on hand. See me before purchasing. Office at First piano, and the greatest caro should be National Hank When Baby was sick, wo sari! her Castorla. J H UALT.HMAN, used to seo that it is not injured. ConStanford, Ky. was a Child, sho cried for Castorla. sidering the heat of a city summer, nnd When she When shn became Miss, sho clung to Castorla. tho fact that an average temperature of When sho had ChlMrcn, sho care them Castorl. 80 dogs, will serve to ruin a good piano (D-A.SIEin a short space ot time, it would bo well 3: for many housekeepers to consider whether the piano cannot better bo Highest cash market price paid stored in a well kept piano room rather A carpenter by the name of JI. .t. P"wers fell low house than left nt homo during tho summer from the roof of apainful In East Des Muines, of the for and serious sprain and sustained a montlis. Boston Advertiser. wrist, which he cured with one bottle nt Cham11 Hats and Hounds trimmed in the latest style by most artistic hands ' MONUMENTS JESSE THOMPSON, In Commercial Hotel. ' t4 " " ' The finest Farm aud richest soil In Lincoln co., Land, situa" 4th " " comprising 40 acres ol ' ted within two miles ot Slan.ord. the couuty seat For each syssHtsswal Lof lancoln. For lurtner insarnsauon, spp'v Fronted by the Shelby Cliy turr.plke ta ine Manioitl ana iisnvute iurn-pik- e. and accessible tt J W HWI'IN 1 his is one of th best Stock Farms in the llie-Giregion ami is in a high state af cultl vation Abundance of water lor all purposes Soil is fertile and is suitable for the growing of M U f hemp, tobacco, com and wheat. The land is tt, so that it can be divided and two nne located I arms made The improvements are a large and commodious dwelling a convenient stock barn., Ac . the best el fruit of all kinds, etc Fortnlor-matiudK II. JONES, Stanford. apply to ' r,r-v, -- ' " " si JI $ f ,1 ft, as &'' k ... Si . I 1 O V JONKS, RII.EV, Piaeville. ttSTxis i.Br. T ?.i .2' .i wsy7WWrw alMajJ.A 1 r "Cuu POSTED. Tbfs Bailee forewarns hunters. Ashormen and others net to trespass oa our lands withont as all su.h will be prosecuted 10 the lull-eeatent of the law. Signed: C. M.SPOONAM00RE J. E. HRUCE. ii THOMAS C. BALL. STEELE HAI LEV. A.M. I'ELA.VD. H. V. OAI.VBS, JAMES GIVILVS. I. S. PHILLIPS, ANTON' RENACKEK. CLARK RliVNOLttS. JI. LACKOW1TZ. T I). NEWLAND. W. W. HA VS. C. I. VON. FRCD 1IAUMANX at j To Farmers. iS-t- I Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, &c, at M. F. S AVomcu In 'Kxninlimtloiis. ELKIN & CO., STANTORD, KY. A. G. Lauham ryr John I!. CastleniAH. ROYAL Insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL. Tho last report of tho civil service commission presents interesting data for tho contemplation of tho pessimists and coiibervatives regarding woman's status in tho industrial world. In tho examinations for copyist work half tho men failed, nnd five out of every six women passed. For clerkships in the classified departmental bervico every third man failed, but three women out of four passed. In the higher technical departments women bcored another triumph in tho proportion that passed. Of tho 8,475 men that were examined 1,039 passed. Among 1,770 women candidates 1,417 stood tho test, and the women did twice as well ns the men. However, In the mattor of appointments the balance of favor wa3 of course with tho men. A New Smlille. , Watches, Clocks Watch BARBEE & C ASTLEM AE MANAGERS, Commerce I'f VT. ' Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. A. TEIBBLE, Local Agont, STANFORD. KY. A new variety of woman's saddle has made its appearance in England. Tho pommels are much wider than those of old. Much greater pressuro is given to the thigh, and a surer and easier seat is said to result from it. Alany women in tho habit of following tho hounds have testified to tho advantage of tho change. The saddle weighs no more than one of tho old style. I have quite a number of K A R.MS lor sale ol the Lands in Lincoln county. very best II These Farms are all well improved and good rich lands, runninc iu m from 50 10 500 Aires gtv-ConssJerins Iheis locality, their richness ami fertility of soil, the csHiveuiebCs- f turnpikes and that brine market, rljrht tn our door, ihey are cheaper than the Lands of any other connty in I be State There is scarcely a farm in the county over $ miles from a derot. couuty is checked with turnpikes runninc The mi not a publk rend est ine cry direction trriliK the couniy seat that is Dot Macadamised N. H We have the Knosill llratKh ol the I. R. dividinK the county from East to West and the uth; the K C, R. R C. S. R R from North to Irom this place to Cincinnati, cro.miii; ike C. k O. Winchester, sivinc full access to the markets ol at the whole world. Ilesidcs, we have thiee large Plour Mills in the county that give us a market for all our grain rifiht at home; and the develop mentof the mountain regions ol Eastern and Kentucky hv ail roads and the outlet honth by railroads has created such a demand ir. for all kinds of cereals and provender that wecan s 11, scarcely retain enough Ier home consumption. va HI The people arc prosperous, generous and kind, believing in Christianity and education. There is not a neighborhood in the county but has a berlain's Pain Ilaliu. He says It is worth j a l good church and school-housbottle It cost Dim 50 cents. For sale by Dr. JI L. Ilourne Druggist nnd Optician, Stanford, Kv Stanford, the county scat of Lincoln, is a prosperous little city of about a.too inbab.tants and is liu from the Vorth alirl Vorth east South and from the Northwest to Southeast, and standing as it does sating right Into the bos- om of the undeveloped mountains of Southeastern Kentucky backed up by the whole lllue Gran region ot the State with railroads running through J It to all points of the compass, makes it naturally ' one of the best located towns In the South for mannfactures and other enterprises of magnitude Water Works are now being agitated and right of a rr.lle aboue the town about Store, Stanford, McRoberts there could be erected Water Works with xery little cost that would supply a city of 150,000 inKentucky. habitants with the purest and best water in the world Our little city hss been newly rebuilt in the last few years aim its business homes ard resArticles to Suit the Most Fastidi-- 1 idences will compare with larger cities of greater Our merchants and tradesmen are complete line of pretensions ous. We have two all prosperous and doing well I. M. BRUCE. H.V EAGER. banks with a capital stock ol $400,000 that arc J. prosperous and in a good condition. We have splendid schools. We have a Female College, a large brick building, with oxer 100 pu pilsiu attendance and under the prlncipalship ot Prof. I M. Hubbard, Is in a flourishing condiFEES AND SALE STABLE, i tion. We also have a Seminary that Is a good school, with Prof II F. lllakemanat its head. We haVcone of the best Public School buildings ic STANFORD, KY. this section of the State, with over 100 puptls In and with other good private schools, The above firm went into effect July 1st and re- attendance, school facilities are excellent you sec our spectfully asks a share of the patronage of the We have elegant church builmugs, representing public, every denomination, with a full corps 01 ministers offias class talent and are doing a better business NEW RIGS AND HORSES than any class of men in the city. I have tried to make this statement at facts, without anv exaggeration or coloring, as those s Repairs and Have Leen purchased and notblns but Complicated who know will beam e out, and those who wish turnouts will leave the stable. to buy pleasant homes at lair prices and locate Artistic Engraving a Specialty. amongiagooil people with all the best surroundAll goods sold engraved Iree of charge. ings, would do well to call and see me before 37 elsewhere KlTVour patronage respectfully solicited. , r .. iu, -- II. T. IU'S IX, REAL ESTATE AGENT Stanford, Ky. ss )fe - rati-roa- (. Tl-wt- sa 1 in in o WILLIAM MORELAND, Dealer in the above South-easter- n 1 Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs Solicited. Stock Cattle and Sheep a specialty. Persons having any of the above described stock for sale or wishing iu purchase same, will da well to call on or address me An experience uf fifteen years in this business has been of profit to me anil I think I cau make It profitable both to the buyer and sivjler. P. O address Stinford, Ky, 100 Office at the Myers House. P r e. 0 DANK Drug A n .... itif.iv TAKE THE . - . - THE JEWELER, i y r. . d 1 three-fourt- hs LyMiuM "(gjJOUlgyiUjE tUwilBAHTJ. CHICASO j ROs" THE WORLD'S FAIR LINE TO BRUCE & YE ACER, OIBCITOA'G, And POINTS mil ALL WEST ,.And.. Jewelry N(DBTJBWI3SSTc Finest and best Veitibuled Buffet Sleeping Can and Parlor Car on all trains. No change of car, best accommodations, quickest time and lowest rates. .For Information address IAS. BARKER, G. P. A Chicago, V. O. CRUSH, D. P. A., And SILVERWARE. -- first-cln- Give them a Call. pur-bas- in; i 1