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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892072201 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. -- "jiy -- '. r j, p- Semi-Weeklvol. xx. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. y Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. JULY 22. 1892. NO. 42 Squire Mulling had 11! MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. ,.J" k- i -' The K. C The large hog exhibited at th by IlKlitiiiuK Tiu'Hilny. Tuesday. caster fair wasalmo3t equal to those seen J. W, Gentry had u fine mule and Blackberries are plentiful at 25 cents by Mortimer Adams on White river, iu J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. cow hilled by lifrhtniiiK hist week. a bucket. Arkansas. Miss Hlla Joplin -- We are reliably informed the public 1892. The juvenile club was entertained that In thej i,ia ...... h i.k Mina itutH Unhiiifion una pphooi nero .Montlav with n- - niicn.i-. ... .... wnmi . near future Lawyer Klijah Bastin and KulK'rpt i,fC.nrvtory and Normal Sch"l teachers, unerur uurtes in Literature, Muilc and turn vv j ance; also by Miss Nellie lto8tnn. Hev. George Shepherd will, at Ephesus An Exi.fll.-n"oardlns department Catalogues and cirrulart fumithed on application ., ... "alter Kivers nnd Isaac Doan wore . ...1!,!..l Mr. Mike Woolwlno and MIm Mat- ' Aneil last week for not complying with of ther country. tie Htilcombo were mnrried nt the clerks the road law. office Mon.lay by Kov. J. It. Tercy. Miss Nannie Harris, of Lancaster, is II " " noticeable fact thnt a large The Is'icholoHyillo and Lancaster tho guest of Mrs. J. 11. Stephens. J. W. OPENS SEPT. 14, 1892. Moore leaves Thursday morning for base ball clubs will plav a giiiie of base majority of the children born in this Tweoty-ere- n thi county in 1S02 are boys. protesters and initructors, eight c .res of Jtuily at foKns Agricultnral, Scientific afternoon near Dr. Herring, Cal. Mrs. Ann Mayfield is at Hiol'vjicai, ball this Civil Engitir-rinMechanical Enginfenng, Veterinarr, Clanlcal, Xormal School. -- Glp Longford was fined 100 lor Mr.T. It. Uoblnson has been elected her father's, n. Stuart. Mrs. Elizu appointee rwelve'I free of tuition. HoarJ in dormitories Jj per week; in private families $3.30 County to J4. Lan-- ' Pflling li.iuor and failing to pay he is superintendent of that part of the George, of Lancaster, is visiting Mis. For catalogues apply to JAS. K. PATTERSON. Ph. D., PreB., Lexington, Ky. now confined in the county Jail. cniiBter and Lexington pike, which lies Clara W. Singleton. A 8lim11 cyclone passed through the iu Garrard county. Lewis Allen Smith was tried before of this county, Inst week, "t"e Mies May Hughes entertained her Judge Stephens Tuesday for the malic N y Ml coniiderablo dauuge to houea young friends on Tuesday evening ious cutting of Perry Ktuery, head waiter n"'' About 30 couples were present. Refresh at Green Iiriar Spring, and held in tho, Thieves entered several spring lions-nnnieiila were served at the proper time! sum of $50 for his appearance at circuit nil enjoyed themselves immensely, cs lot Sunday night, in and around court. This is tho first case on record in "' relieved them of lots of good On the same evening Miss Kaunlo West tw which a coon and a white boy scrapped Dealers In gave nit elegant party at hor home near ni''k n1"' butter. and tho white boy tiBed a razor, Henry Catron and wife are visiting lliattsville. Miss Gustavia Philips, of Monticel- -, Virginia. Jailer King is in the Prof. C. Merritt. of Fidelity. Ills., is lo, is visiting the Misses Hardin. Miss! to take charge j llT attending the bedside of his mother, to arrive Dollio Turpin, ot Urodhead, was in our of the Lancaster band and orchestra. He who is not expected to live. city Tuesday. John Lee Steinhius, of Mrs. S. 12 Brooks, of Crab Orchard, comes highly recommended and will 1'ineville, Hopped over with us on his attended the funeral of her "Aunt Pop" Shoes, $'c. have the boys playing in a short while, way back from Boyle county. We were despite the predictions of Lancaster's Proctor. J. It. Cass, operator at Broil quito glad to see Lee, who has been u The following goods vc are going to close out numerous croakers ami loafers that head for the last seven years, has resign- chum of ours from early youth. HUBBLE. ' J'""3 '""nor, of Hazel Patch, they will never mako a success of the Hon. Alexander Lusk addressed an A. L. Spoonamore is repairing his . win succeed 111111. appreciative audience at the Baptist vo1 dwelling. -- KeeKinnalrd attended the Humei -- Mrs- Jmiw Mrtrot ,,ft,,r church Tuesday night. His theme was illness, is now able to walk out .Joe Hackley has a Inntam hen with political party at IMcIiinond Wednesday night. prohibition. Should the prohi11 partridges as her brood. " Mr- - J w- - SwMt liw Mr. Sam McDonald, n popular traveling in bition party succeed and a prohibitionist It will pay you to see them if you need anything in the list: from a two weoks' May with her J. W. Hright kilkil a mad dog while occupy of Cincinnati, was here thin turned manage the hue House, and father at Orlando. Hon. I. K. Bobbitt. iu lit on his farm Wednesday. week. Mr. 12. Sprague, of Danville, is this grand government of ours, we would All light Dress Goods, including Fine Dress Patterns, of the Mountains," was here Annie Whitley, of Boyle county, visiting Mr. Casey Owsley. Mr. Hoy C. the "Cicero like to see this man, who has given his will tench the colored school nt this Organdies, bwisses, Chal hes, .Canton Crepes, wife hove returned to their Tuesday and Wcdnenday. White and whole tune and attention to the temper , Mr. sud Mrs. W. J. Sparks have re- place. Brandonburgh Cloth, Pine Apple Tissue, Cotton Challies; home in Madison. Miss Florence Harunco cause ever since its infancy, secure It is rumored that James Kogeis has turned after a short visit to friends iu a position that will repay him for tiie ris is visiting Miss Grace Hacker at I.0111I011. Mr. John Lewis, of Texas, af- bought W acres of land of Jan esl'ollard eledge-Itiohmond. Mr. Herbert Price, of Dannininer blows he has struck in Gents' Puff Shirts, Ladies' and Misses Shoes, MUnes ter several years' absence, is I hero w itii for?i00and will build on it. nr flufi'tiKo ville, is visiting Mr. Fred Frisbie. Ladies' Waists, Ladies' ready made Underwear, -S- everal of our ..eople have gone to relatives. Miss Gertrude Weber has Qur pomiRr pre8entatIvef IIon. D. BenM McLean, of Nashville, and Jane including Gowns, skirts, Corset Covers, &c. returned home after three weeks visit to Hale's Well for a few weeks to take the B. Edmiston, is at home shaking hands Lusk are guests of Miss Maggie Jenfriends in Kminence. J. M. Williams, boucilt of the flue water, among them Also a splendid line of light Wraps. nings. MiH Mnrv IUsk. of Payne's with his many friend., at which no man Harry Welmr and A. J. Fish are attend- - Squire Bright and family. Mitoi .innii (iiini'S. la 1111 JCpnt nelrv I'UTi lu.nr nnii.timoQ liini -- Our stage mail line bos chanced ituoreifj R ,;ian tflcke(1 -- The Kentucky commissioners to the ' tl' Richmond fair. onlo t,)e Jem0 J ami Adams, of Garrard county, hnndii for the third time fiuce July 1. crntic ticket who is a little hard for us to ....v.. hcUh the r,.i.i,t,. '1 wil1 "ccompany is "ru his daugh- - It is now owned and operated by Mr. stomach, hut wo democrats of the Kast Triitnttet vine" as the Moral emblem of tets on their return home. Mr. nnd Coulter, of Brynntsville, who will make End will alwav.s take special delight in tue ilark and bloody ground; but it does Mrs. D. voting for I). B. Edmiston, whom we visli C. Poynter were called to Gar- - his home ut Iuicaster. some day to see clerk of the Court of Apiwt seem tomtiet with the favor of the ran: iuw my on The party given by the Misses Ows- peals. As a clerk he is equalled by few prtss. Probably the "Pumpkin vine" illness of Mrs. It. account ol ttie serious ley, a few nights 12. Thompson. Mif-ago, was enjoyed by a and surpassed by none would answer better, and this sugges Ititrpst of tHitre. Keca Baker has returned from Lon- - very largo number of guests. Everyt .... K in iiln In t)n CHURCH AFFAIRS. ,,on' w,B 8,,u l's bl' f"tl,cr thing went oil in nice order and a good with When tho tobacco, timber and blue- -, for o.n time Judge G. W. McClure time was seen by all present. Hev. W. E. Ellis will preach at Mt. gran, and pennyroyal exhibit is spread Born, to the wife of B. W. Givens, a Xenia at three o'clock Sunday aftern,,r t n, viLir of tho mliniriiie nation. n,ul CoL K L- louison wore in Som- girl. We are noon. r9e' Monday on business. FaIt Al few days ago, it 01 the earth, there is no likelihood that f The Presbyterians are about to esi,...i in ,l,n- nnv. "nglit has been visiting relatives near glad that Mr. Giveus is so well pleased 1... ...m 1. and for over his good luck. We are always glad tablish a college in Salt Like City, ami IWnt Lick for the past week, than a few fast horswand' thing purchased a site of 100 acres, to see the smiles stand across a good ' hnr ,ufl-a J' h made before de some superb "Cattorlals so well adapted to children that CaMorla cures Colic, Constipation, Tho Kentucky State Sunday School clock stood in the raar portion of Mr. man's face. Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation, wnh fHh' I recommend It aa superior to any prescription 23-,!- - Carjwnter's store, in this place. Kills Worms, gives &leep, and promotes diat Our trustees have secured Miss Hel-- Convention will be held Aug. For H. A. Arch in, M. I)., known to me." -- M. llourion. tho French savant. In a rest Ion, Princeton. A Sunday school taain will iu its career in our school Without Injurious medication. lUo. Oxford St., Brooklyn, , Y. lf" "It stopKtl short"C. concluded en Thurmond for teacher recommended run through the State from Maysville. work entitled "T.ie Degenemtion of the and remained silent. Mr. this fall. She comes well Tn Cranes Comprint, 77 Murray Street, S. T Human Kace," says that Adam was 123 and we hope she may teach us a splou-- j Rv. A. V. Sizemore's meeting at .... I....I, n,l Kv.. ns The Tal..on,aytol,"t0,I'e'auilwbenlio did school. Joe Bobiiison will teach nt Logan's Creek has resulted so far iu 15 mud has this to sav of Adam's height: ""'"Honcl the matter to n prospective baptisms and 33 additions to tho church. purcW the old tliiw p.ece entered a Bradfordsville this fall. "He wo-- so tall that ho stool with feet Mrs. S. E. Kice accompanied htr It will continue till next Sunday night, hy striking one, a though it had on earth and head in Heaven until after Kov. Ben Helm left yesterday to T. M. Goodkuight to her' (,od pn-s- ed him down at the time of ""tbeen touched. Mr. M.C. Miller, our sister, Mis. c011"1 in Frankfort Suuday. .Mrs. Good- - sist Hov. A. B. Simpson in 0 meeting at hou,'l Jt J ' wit,uw "?. clio the fall." ltabbl Jhuda Svs that when ,0 t,, knight has been making her friends and Asbury Park, X. J. He will likely go "' old clock. ho lay on the earth 'his body complete. L. L. Garner who has gained relatives very pleasant by visiting them with him from there to Old Orchard, h cowed It." Another Talmudic sto notoriety by his studies of the monkey for a few weeks. Jacob Robiusou, of Me., but will return here in about a rysays. "To judge how long he was, , left .New Wk in the steam-on- e Middlesboio, gave us a very pleasant'111011,.1, was broken Monday after- ... understand that his body stretched from Mohawk, last week en route to cull last week--, noon for the 3:M Baptit church-th- ere it end of the earth to the other, and Wo are indebted to the postmistress being now 15 white and 17 colored Bap- '" of 2. w'. ' tak,.s a man 500 vears to walk that dis- - ' Afrlcf w,' at Ijuicueter for her attention in tend- - tist churches iu Louisville. The little , entttr tin.. forest s for the The angels were awetl with "' tance. dug the lift.... !... ..,.!., . 1. .., children of the Sunday-schoi.,,,u .. r l,t,r ivost'gatiou of this peculiar when thev nit thnt gigantic hu-- ' first shovelful. s ,l b'- - Mr; r tl of Georg a after the mail lias been made up for this being, and bowtHl before him- cry-- , TRUE LOVE. '1 is a highly educated gt.ntlen.au Ho oilice ami put iu the pouch, otherwise re- intr 'Holy, holv, holy.' Then God at omi time a professor in fcouthern wu would not get them till next day. .l,ed his siw by cutting off Krent pvs ' .ltatilit at illlamsburg ami Our thanks are also due her. Ed. From Dear Kate's And we can show as nice an assortment as the people have chunkH of llesh." These are all absurd I think true love k Diver Mtad, is Squire oue i in. ..ri.,fl n ... , but wh-r- oi Ientiviii'iti time in this county 11 years visiting his John Murphy, of Lincoln, of Rut rather bring an 4d4 ll;ht, ....,.. J...J,. "W ,,rt-i- k la daughter, Mrs. R. B. Ricu, iiu iiiauu iiiiiiiv itivutt? Au Inner vimon quick tu titxl did Henrion get his figures for the 123 iiift e The Direct Cable Co. have been test- the Hedgeville neighborhood. Miss The boautiethld from com mom ffht. foot ritldilutiim mentioned in the opene Surber is visiting hor aunt, Mrs. according to M. ing tho new telegraph sounder of Mr. clearly nt No wul can ing' Adams height, James Murut in their New York oiliees. Kubuuk, near here. Mrs. S HubAnothet't highcM, nnblot rum. Heiinon, was equal to that of 20 men if S The manager says "tho clear resonant ble will go with her sister, Mrs. F. M. through the iwtrt philatophr nn average of six feet. Henrion must AH Stvles and Colors of And levlng wiMiom of the heart. quality pobxis4Hl by the armature and Ware, to visit relatives in Colorado have gotten his figures from hi imagiwhich is tho salient feature of the in- about Aug. 1. Miss Maggie Swinebroad Your anmtintod ves shall fall nation. It was doubtless fortunato that On him who MU my oI with light; strument renders the signals oasy to be has returned from a visit among relatives Adam had his dimensions reduced, as You de mt tec my Iriead at all, distinguished and at tho same time cre- iu Stanford. Douglas Miller made a fly-- . You hc what hide him from your ii;ht. it iiiiiht have been somewhat uucom-- f ates a pleasant impression upon the ing trip to Richmond, last week, we jrtablo to bo walking about with his I Me the feet that fain would cHinb, ear, Eor these reasons we believe it suppose to see his intended. You but the steps that turn astray; head enveloped with clouds and in con- will be found very serviceable. On acI tee the Mul unhirmed, sublime, Home-Spun- s. danger of being mistaken for a stant The leaders of the Homestead ridt count of the improved quality of the Yuu but the garment aud the cliy. lightning rod by the elements that sur sound and the compact form iu which it are being arrested aud lodged in jail to You Me u mortal, weak, milled, Adam has been the Ij tvmmh'd him. . . II ,.. l..v utit in,..ktlnii . It la lilml. bo tried for murder like auy other crimDwarfed ever by the earthly clod; ever since his ause of much speculation inals. I tee how manhood, perfected iv creation and will probably continue to i.viuu nuuiuti;! in luuuuuiuu Win. J. Stone, of Nevada, was nomMay reach the tUture o( a god, For some years thoro has at various curiosity of the world for ages excite the inated for governor oil the lSth ballot Ulinded I ttond, n now you ttatid. times appeared to diHerent people in to come. by tho democratic State convention of Till on my eyes It i t'.ui.he$ tweet, this place, after nightfall, a strange aniLove the deliverer, laid Im hand, mal, apparently about four feet long and Missouri. And lo' 1 worth p at hit feet. Two inches of rain fell in 21 hours I. Y. Smith, for 12 years a deacon in JO inched high, of light yellowish color Emporia, Kansas, and, water spouts at Lexingsbb. " with a long tail. This animal was the Broadway Christian church, are reported in various parts of the ami ton, has deserted his wife and children llrst observed by a night operator heie, State. and is supposed to have run away with small-poand who claimed that it prowled around the a grass widow named Thomas. He has In addition to black dili'ereut times. He shot at it. depot at cholera which have caused hundreds of been living a double life for some time. Russia, that luckless domain is Other night operators have seeii it run deaths in Chili has paid $75,000 indemnity on by the oilice, making 30 foot leaps. Wilnow nillicted with typhus fever. Great liam Davis was chased into his store one account of tho assault upon the! crew of mortality has already resulted. ) it. Thomas Taylor met it iu the Baltimore ot Valparaiso lastOcto'er. Tho first fatality resulting from the night by shall keep constantly on Dm ing the year 1892 I is satisfactory to the United States. a few nights since when it This military occupancy of Homestead was the road ty stock of hand a full and complete private in Titts-bur- leaped clear over him and disappeared Tho money will bo distributed among caused by a drunken two sailors killed aud of mortally wounding Capt. Frank C. as a Hash. In his fright Mr. Taylor for- the families the got to use his revolver. Saturday night, the surviving members of the crew. Calhoun, a veteran of actual war. near tho depot, Pete LnugforJ, a colored At Benson, Franklin county, Ben Tho Senate amendment, increasing appropria- man, toro down a panel of fence iu a and Sam Calmer, brothers, engaged iu a from $310,000 to 500,000 the mad cilbrt to escape this strange beast, religious discussion. As tho debate betion for the government exhibit at the which he met iu the road. The animal came heated they hurled Scripture at has been "World's Fair, My stock of . cleared him at one bound and disappear- - each other iu book form, and when the iu by tho House. Yeas, 129; nays, Reputable witnesses and sober Bibles were used up sent chairs through making ed. The House passed tho bill hay-- 1 the air. During this exchange of pleasituulawfulfor auy government ollicial ones at that, are ready to testify to ' antriea Sam dropped dead. His physi- - A Cream of Tarter Ualanc Powder Illyhcit of Is lamer and better selected than ever and I assure my customers ol person or llrm which ing seen this "what is it." to contract with a "Aunt Pop" Proctor quietly passed cians said he died of heart disease, but all in leavening strength Latett United State employa Pinkerton's detectives or any Government Food Heport. prompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas away at S:30 o'clock Tuesday evening at Ben Calmer was orrested pending the ROYAL MAKING POWDERCO . association of men as armed guards other A. R. PENNY. Daltoii in charge. ' so6 Wall street, New orlc. the home of her nephew, V. M. Poyn - corouer's investigation. by a vote of 150 to 33. ' pay oar punned up tho road sheep killed ban ii-- - ..,.. j , do-o- g j !. !rt d j i I conn-expect- to-da- y ter. She was born in this county in 1801. When quito young she gave her self to Christ and nothinir has ever turned hor from His loving protection. She was married to Junius Proctor, with whom she lived until his death in S55, after which she kept house, where Dr. J. J. Brown now lives. Having no child ren and her sister dving will'U W. M. and I). C. Poynter wereou tevoung, she ,. ,, , , ,' ",. iwi iiiriii huh una mtiue periurmuii mu of a kind and loving mother. In part 1S72 she sold her property and has since lived witir him, who cared for her to nobly in hfr old agd aul spjlte to her words of cheerfulness in her dying moments. She was kind and good to all, nt any and all times ready and willing to administer words of comfort to the poor and oppressed. She being tired with the battle of this life "took her burdens for a pillow and lay down to peaceful dreams," only to bo awakened by the Bwect sound of Gabriel's trumpet that shall call His children home to mingle with the gdiitlu zephyrs of an eternal puadiBc. At 10 a. m., yesterdiy, her many friends followed her remains to the church, where Itev. P. J. Hi.tt delivered an appropriate eulogy, after which she was quietly laid to rest in tho old cemetery. 1 CRAB ORCHARD. ..u,,1 Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 6th, t l,,., 1 STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. g, o, 31 3VERANCB Boots and Carpets, , ' & SOM 9 ' Dry Goods and Notions, Gents' Furnishing Goods, -- 1 1 ' 'ntbs' Regardless.: of i '' Cost. , 11 . j h j , ' De-11.- .1 ..r,itm i s " - u- - ili sour-nms- v lve Infants Children. 1 23 11 ,.t. j s l"t as-ho- --M- r. !;"'' ' SPRING CLOTHING ! I'nW fur-wond- er hob-ina- n i. ol - ;0UR STOCK IS COMPLETE i ScraD-Boo- ",' "! ,.,. t ..!. Al-li- Sal-li- er iEver Seen in Stanford. j i jCassimeres, Worsteds and Please Examine and Price Them. """"""""" i'y - M'ROBERTS A. R. & HIGGINS. mmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm x lIlS PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER g &tOT Making POWDER Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. Toilet Articles Glass, Books, Absolutely Pure W&TCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRX ! ) ! A .V TY""'-if j -- p 'fit tJwL- - jp. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal brought out the fact that tho auditor's at Atlanth Tuesday and nominated 1 Discussion of the new revenue bill has J Tho People's party, of Georg'n met n r hj l- - i Stato ticket. agent in Jefferson county has drawn Juno Sanders and Jim Force were in the last four I from the treasury Ju y 22, 1892 230.77 an nvomra of over S12.000 for do- - killed near Frankfort while taking the Stanford, Kv., vonr. ing what the sheriff should bo made to caps from grape shot. do. Tin's tremendous leak should be DANVILLE. W. calked, for two reasons: It is a useless drain on tho treasury and it enables the An infant child of George Craig, to practically fortify himself in who lives neur the depot, died Tuesday Gov. McCre vry made a strong speech auditor against Congress appropriating So.OOO,-00- 0 ollice. The whole system of tax collect evening and was buried on Wednesday Ken- evening. for the World's Fair. Hia principal ing ought to be changed. It costs Misses Mary McBoberts and Emma good ones, to tucky now over 10 per cent, to collect objection?, and they aro KUd inakes the govern- her tax, while the internal revenue is Weisegar, of D.uiviilu, took premiums at the bill aie that it about 2 per cent. Tho Leg- the Lancaster fair, the first on pastil ment a joint stockholder in a corpora- collected at do well to heed Mr. work and tho latter on an oil painting tion to the amount of $5,000,000. Con- islature would Judge J. 15. Dennis, formerly of Dansuggestions in the matter. gress authorized a loan of SI. 600,000 to Goods be thereville and Stanford, was in town Wednes- the International Exposition in PhilaAn immense multitude witnessed the day. J. h. huglemaii, of the tarmeis week we to the New Or- formal notification ceremonies at New delphia and 51,000,000 is out agdn, after a leans Exposition, but no such unconsti- York Wednesday niht, in the lare National Ban, week's nines. tutional measure as the government tak- Madison Stjuaro Gardeu, and gave our Squire W. H. Prewitt, of the West ing stock in a fair company has been nominees an enthusiastic greeting. ConEnd, had a fainting ("pull nt the depot in sanctioned bv Congress. The surplus gressman Wilson, chairman of the com rooij regained consciousthe treasury is exhausted and iu the last mittee, made brief addresses to Mr. yesterday. He however, and this, Wednesday, few months government bonds which Cleveland and Mr. Stevenson, who re- ness, TTs.vt -a. looo uuisui uio jjfoiLfi0) morning was appareLtly as well as ever. became due have not been paid. The f- sponded in patriotiennd effective speechdaughter of c Nellie, the woi Goods, inancial situation forbids the appropriaes accepting the trust imposed in them. James Liston. formerly of this county, tion. The act of Congress authorizing Mr. Cleveland emphasized his tarill for died of consumption at Harrodsburg 0 -- zc; Uaiico, inn- - in fm the president to invite people of foreign revenue only views and was particularly Monday and was buried here Tuesday, Vests, nations to the fair specially provides that strong in his denunciation of the force after religious services at tho Catholic government should not be bound bill. otir Mike, a son of Mr. Liston, church. to close 75c directly or indirectly for mo'e than about 25 yens old, is very low with the to and that amount has been paid. Se.sutoi: Hill has suddenly fouud that cost. disease. The people of Chicago agreed that they his duties at Washington demand some same go. Mrs. Sam Martin, who lived in the ICnoe would furnish 510,000,000 and ask the of his time and he very thoughtfully knobs near Parksville and who fell fruin 75. wool government for only money enough for put it in during the notification ceremoposa wagon, from which she was peddling cost. the erection of a government building nies at New York. A mnu is naturally blackberries, last Saturday, .yid broke and the proper display of government averse to attending his own funeral, but her leg, died Tuesday night. I was pro we offer, to exhibits, and that amount has been fur- if this one had been as broad as he is colposed to amputate the limb Tuesday in nished. It is estimated that the receipts said by his friends to be, ho would have one to order to save her life, but the physicians of the fair will be 813,000,000, which add-e- laid aside his personal feelings and join below cost. found that gangrene had sot in and that to the 510,000.000 furnished by Chi- ed in the throng that welcomed Cleveto t the operation could do no good. cago, show that the Fair Company is land and Stevenson Wednesday night. A letter received from a prominent not in a needy or embarrassed condi11A YS, rge Siiiiiab, of Pittsburg, Ha citizen of Middlesboro by a c o- - Dantion. Tiie fair will not be open for visit- Geo new, appointee to the Supreme ville Tuesdav savs that the Watts Steel 1S93, nearly one year ors until May 1, held ofiice of any kind be- Plant will start up next Monday sure Noel you criticise- the voters, or a iiihji from the present, and this is not a prop- bench, never ,Ff ofthe voters, in the four counties in is but little known outside of and certain, and that G00 or 700 men will er time for the officers of the fair to ask fore and district. i JtX. his section. He graduated at Yalo w ith begin work there and have steady and AVAL 11 Vi for au appropriation. The bill was dethe famous class of 1S53, in which were remunerative employment. The Watts feated 129 to 05. Men's medium and light weight such men s Associate Justice Brewer, plant.it will bo remembered, covers 30 The most Celebrated live, liar. canand is made up of Judge Little has announced his Lhauucey Uepew, e. Ho has always or 40 acres of ground Xose, Throat an I Chronic Disdidacy for Congress in the 2d district lived in Pittsburg and is 00 years of age. buildings, machinery, etc., of the best ease Specialist in the State. against Capt. W. T. Ellis- - This is un- The papers say he is not a partisan, and moat expensive quality, costing over B fortunate at this late stage of the game, though the strongrst kind of a high pro- 52,000,000. Worth from $5 to $v per .uit. Nice line cheap pants worth from Kate Lee and her young friend, Jie as the democrats ought to be in thb tectionist. Si. 2$ to Si. 75. A few more pairs of Ladies' Mines in broken size. Johnson, were taken fo Covington Tuesmost united condition for tho campaign mmmmmmW$ THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. w U. S. Mars! al nominated AH the above goods must be closed out day morning by Deputy before them. Tom Pettit, cordless of cost; so call and by the people's party and backed by the Gov. Brown vetoed the bill allowing MeCarty, of Frankfort, to answer to a examine goods and get price-.- . Full line Fruit Jars in stock. money and votes of the republicans, the free passage over toll roads of minis- charge of having sold intoxicating li will make it hot enough for the final ters, funeral processions, school child quor to John Soard, the detective, who cases against the race, no matter how popular the demo- ren and pcrsous going to and from worked up tho fire-bcratic candidate is, nor how thoroughly church oil the ground that tho Legisla- said Kate Leo and others several montl s ago. Soard's mission seems to be to united the party may be. ture has no right to pass such a law. The Senate and House seem to be at "Jetect." Woo unto him if he do not The two officers who robbed the loggerheads and cau agree on nothing. detect. Later. Kate pave bond Thurs Nashville Savings Bank of 511,000 were They are so far apart on the revenue day morning and was released. J e is captured on the Mexican frontier and and corporation bills that conference still in jail. brought back. One of them had curios- committees even cannot get them to All week, from Sunday evening tin ity to know what the papers said about gether and consequently they are do til Wednesday evening, when the matter their theft and wrote to a friend for ing nothing of consequence. was disposed of. there had been much some copies. Detectives were given the row among negroes talk of a NEWSY NOTES. letter and they were enabled by it to living on Smoky Row, near Harrodsburg bag their game Even bank thieves Chicago's new directory gives the avenue. At the trial "nobody didn't ' seem not to be exempt from the great know nothin' nohow," although if street of 1,420,000. desire of the average man to see his city a population talk was of anv accouuta large number I Q ADDI TAAAAJ M H Rose Terry Cooke, the i i.L.itif-11- 1 in. is., name in print. of people, white and black, were attract- - J. is dead. New England THE CriEISRATED el bv the row and aw and listened to The C. it O., grain elevator at RichThe family of the late Senator Plumb it. As the chief of police tried faithfulgives the Senate a much needed rebuke mond, Va.f burned; loss 5100,000. ly trom Sunday until Wednesday to get law of Senator Or. Scudder, son-iby requesting that the appropriation of people to talk, and they would not, the Form ny Protester f Pfjilue of Meduine, suicide in committed 55,000 for his widow be stricken from Evarts, authorities should not he blamed if such the bill. The. custom of making such Electrical Medical College, punished. The number of men employed in offenses are not promptly appropriations should be broken up. TORONTO. CANADA, Some months ago Detective John The government is supposed to pay its the railway industry in this country is Now linaminme Physician of the Soard had John Hamner, of Junctfon employees in full for their services and 714,750. selling him a J pint of Southern Medical Institute, The railways of the "United States City, arrested for anv amount oyer and above this is a without government lifor carry corn whisky pure gratuity, unauthorized and inde get almost 522,000,000 a year LOIISMLLE.KY. cense. John was taken to Covington, fensible except on purely sentimental ing the mails. remained in Will be at Myers House, Stanford During the year just closed the Cin- and unable to give bond, considerations. jail till a few days ago, when au official Tuesday, Aug. 16. sold 52,500,552.0:5 cinnati of Junction City told the Interioh Joi'k-jfA- Trom ) a. m to p m one day nnly, returning The president is making terms with worth of money orders. every four weeks during the year he was tried and acquitted. ReAthia enemies, in a manner which shows The president hat nominated George crS'tii:!! IIimt home, ho last Saturday al Dr AnttlRi?ln i. aNew Yorkr( Hil!evii the tire he is scared up. He sent an embassador Shiras, Jr., of Pennsylvania, to be a jus- turning to his Cit), and Medkal CoUejr, lie trlcal Medicnl saw Soard and it is said tried to shoot made a ipecial Culltisc.Torouto, Canada, treaicd hat to Piatt, of New York, telling him that tice of the Supreme Court. itudy 't the diieatei he in him. Anv way he was taken before the steal llelievue ami (.narity itotpiui tor cv if he would roll up hi3 sleeves and go to Mrs. Daniel Sweigert committed suiwork for the republican ticket, he should cide Monday afternoon at her home near JudKoTuttle ami lined a small amount "BJ nervous to manage the patronage of New York. It Lexington, by shooting herself with a for disorderly couduct on a warrant, hit time oi the treatment of chronic and expert iK) in texct anu nit imu an in by Soard be- uieac of caiet it well establishedat Trcatt uc which had been sworn out is also said that "Me Too" tumbled to pistol. thit clat which had centully, and that kind of argument and accepted the Ten men were caught under a fall- fore Judge MeFerran, but Permanently Cures been returned to Tuttle. Hamner de- proposition. ing bank of earth and slate in a quarry fflE-ttfik:H.4Chronic Kinfiu; clares with great solemnity that he nev- Acute andJhicntcs of Cuarrh,bar. Note, in Ears, IJcatntM, and niue bye, Throat, A. Kohcktson, who succeed- iu the County Cork, Ireland, Thomas er sold Soard whisky and that Soard caus Lung. Kidney, Urinary and madder trouble! llricht't Dneaie, ed Hon. J. Proctor Knott in Congress were killed. ed his arrest because he, Hamner, would nation. Kheutnattt Ouoe tM, Kplleptyor Mr. Harrity, Cleveland's postmasthetn-- . Fiu p.titiveiy cumi. from the 4th Kentucky district and who swearing for him. likely be the not do some ouni? or middle aced nun luffcrincr from Sber- served in the 4sth and 49th Congress, er at Philadelphia, will Is Receiving His the swearing referred to was ordinary, matorrnra, lmpctcncj, Hrupuont, the rosultt of er died in Elizabethtown Monday. He chairman of the National democratic every .1,... profanity or swearing oi some error or excettet, iliuulri .all belore It it too late ,, C1UC h We ot ,f0ne too far. lltee a curo son of des- committee. Superrtuout hair ami all eruptions of the lace was known as the other variety, is not stated. A 14 year old boy has been sentenc' tiny, and though not remarkably brilel and Breckin- - ' Messrs. Sauilev. killliant was an attractive and popular man. ed to die Aug. IS at Macon, Ga., for circuit court judge, candidates for Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. ing the deputy sheriff1, who was trying ridge, Glc me call. spoke here Monday and all made "nion At Svnhiln. Scrofula. Stricture. Gleet. "tc . That feminine monstrosity, Alice to arrest him. remedies strous" good speeches, if the Verdict Of cured by ntver faiiinjmtmt.li .. f uit .t li nainliil The price of reserved seats at the Mitchell, who killed Freda Ward for not ... . . . their lespective partisans be accepted as Mentnution, Duplacement ol Womb, fwarinj OITI"! t r- . unnatural affections, is Sullivan-Corbe- tt reciprocating her fight in New Orleans down back, telieteil in triort time. Although no rolerence Was mntin i he Wtor carn.'t all hti portable Inttriimenti on trial at Memphis. An elTort is being Orleans has been fixed at $20 each and JUSt. bv either gentleman in his speech to and comet rcpired to examine the recti obtcure 'medical and tarrical caet strongly made to prove her insane, out chairs at 525. AT e ndertake no incurable di'eaiei but curei the fact, vet it is nevertheless accepted whether she is or not she would be a Gov. Patterson refused the citizens' hundreds given up to die. one that opponents of Judge as mighty good creature to get rid of, ei request to withdraw the troops from urgiug that ho secured the CONSULTATION FREE life imprisonment. Homestead. The leading strikers have ther by hemp or passage of a law which ultimately led to And Confidential. AdJrei t been admitted to bail. the illegality of the sale of liquor by reJ S APPLUMAN, M D, Everything seems to bo going HarAt Spartanburg, S. C, Andy JefLouitili-- , Ky. (a din county's way. In addition to ob- fords, a negro who killed a white man, tail in Boyle county, and that oppouents of Mr. Noel charge that once, several taining judgment against the L. &, N. for was saved from Judge Lynch by several IM HorfolkiWestGrn R.R. voars ago. ho voted for n prohibitionist, M over 5300,000, her wheit crop this year men who iuduced a mob to deliver him when ademocrat was in the field. WliatJ mfTR.IW over 100,000 bushels, the to is estimated at the Sheriff. Judge Saufley thought and did at that' largest in her history. Hardin is a pro(Schedule July 17, it,i Refriter-atpr- s, At Shannon, Mercer county, n crowa time is not known to the writer, nor hibition county and this may account of white men attempted I EAVE NORTON DAILY to break up u Bhould it have the least effect upon his Coolers, for her good fortune. colored picnic. A free fight resulted, in candidacy - pm for Graham, llluefield, Pocahontas anl ho thought and did, as1 what nations. Grkkn enham says in his Williams- which five white men were wounded it is well known ,i.i like Ins opponents, intermediate ,or inueHeij, Kadtord, Koanoke, and 1( n m Lyncnnure, Kiclimonu ana .Norfolk. Alto (via if a man should come and one, Thomas Best, will die. burg Times that ho is a thorough lawyer, and if elected Koanoke) for Wathlngton, HaEentewn, Harris-bur' Philadelphia noil New Vnrk. out there and spell and pronounce words out-o- All of the cooks in Paris have gone will make a model judge. But this, by Loui'ville to NorPullman Sleeping a strike and refuse to work for correctly, ho would not be understood were hundreds of demo- folk via Norton and Cart from alto Radford to Had ford; the less than 52 50 per week. The houseYork, via Shenandoah and if ho sould be ho would bu mobbed. crats in this (now Vi) district who at the New to Washington; alto fromJunction, alto Rich1MV KNTIRK STOCK AT I ynchburg to That's' pretty tough on Williamsburg. keepers will not give that, and they are time Mr. Soel cast his vote and Mr. mond GoodI We wouldn't duo Bay anything so bad, now presiding over the kitchens them- Breckinridg.0 secured tho passage of his will raint lor Pncihoiitat.at Powhatan 3 andp tu and leave llluefield daily 90$ a m, 15 selves. distance from her. of both and if 7 15 p m. even at this bill, endorsed tho action ' Trains arrive at Norton Irom the East daily a I At Bebar, in Hungary, farm hands and 6 c o ri proscription of either is attempted New York World, realizing the struck for higher wages and tho soldiers tho what he then did, the attempt may iwpm Wathlnston afid Chattanooga Limited, a train The Those needing adjusted Watches can get the following for of Pullman Cojches und sleeping cars runt daily movements value of singing in a campaign, has of- were called out. There was great disor- act as a boomerang aud smite whoever via Shenandoah Vuliey routp, (topping only at at prices stated: U.W. Raymond's $i 6; No. 50 Elgin S20; No. 86 Kadlurd fered 5500 for the best democratic song. der and tho soldiers fired iuto tho crowd attempts it. Don't forget that it was Luray, Shenandoah, Ilnilc, Koanoko and 11 36 p m. glginSaoj John-C- . Duber $i4t Hampden; John C. Dubcr special democratic votes that at onetime North itound Limited leaves lladfnn! For further information as to schedules, rates, Will S. Hays now has a chance to fur- of men ami women killing 12 and injur- largely IJucoln, Garrard, and Mercer Si7, Hampden. Other movements in proportion. All work neatlv made Arc, apply to agents of Narfbtk.v Western W. 11. 1IEVILL, ther distinguish himself and add to his ing many othors before they would re- prohibition counties, and mat in criti or to ahd promptly done. Call and see me. Gen. PauenserAgt , lloanoke, Va. ROBT. FENZEL. treat. bank account. cizing tUO aCIS OI liTOkiuuuXo and CLEARANCE 'i2"5 must : SALE! F. WALTON. THE OOIMU, Look Mc-Chor- J Our entire stock of Summer fore for this offer sold regardless, of price, Special Inducements To The Trade. at these o closing out prices: nninn,i l orthlOc; 10c for India Pontes, worth f 12 ISc; th20c; oc for White for Persian Mulls, worth 10c; oc for aii oc for Ladies' Hose, worth worth Ladies lldlifs., worth luc, zoo for Ladies' worth 50c. l-2- d rri-son- 's p-- itively at This is a bona fide as don't want carry over a single liht ored Suit. Even if yon don't need at present, it will pay you buy it lay it away for tutu re use. Every Straw flat in tho House and Don fail attend this Grand Clearance Sale. Main Street, Stanford. A. Manager. r-- ity Fifty pair Ladies' Patent Tip Slippers, all J'o. J at nab' orttifrom. $1 $1.50 per pair. Misses' and Idrcn's Slippers at Clothing must Blue Cottonade Pants 50c; Worsted Pants SI' 100 Men's all Pants 25c; Jeans Pants Suits, light shades, nniarwr' JUIjIIJJ 11 Tryt.erin SUIT a J rT rrs lir ug W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. 1' jchO US' well-know- n story-writ- er, j. m jp!; -- a :(. k? " ? F n English. Specialist, -- New-Yor- FRUIT JABS. JELLY GLASSES, post-oilic- e Tops, Rubbers, Sealing Wax, Tin Cans and Preserving Kettles L . ' t ! , ' FARRIS & HARDIN'S r",hrrfr nlr'T.VVevo'in -- H.6.RUPLEY,-e DjirK-ptla- , Coottl-Paralyt- n, 'faag- zTu u.lt -- i m - red-heade- d Blood and Skill Diseases. T T Spring & Summer Goods - Mtt a , 1 ( lin' Breckin-rifh?ear- e &W.H.Wearen's. 1 l Garden Tools, Rakes, Hoes, Spades, Shovels, l 3 o- Traces, Collars, Pads, ITames, Leonard White Mountain Freezers, Water Etc. i g. n way.-TMier- c NOW IS YOUR CHANCE. Kad-lor- d DEDUCED SPATES Kali-rea- aHEJAiftj Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal1 July 22, 1892 t Btanfoiid, Ky., i- - r bucks .ami a full blooded Durham bull. Inquire at this oilice. K. Penny. o Johnson, of Royle, bought of Luther Underwood seven heifers at G. W. Kaoan lias been appointed E.C.WA1TON, Bue, ManaRer 2j cents and ol Joe Mvopo a lot at same at Pinu Jlill, vice .Mrs. R. prico. M. Raton reslnuil. Foil Sale. Breeding Ewes of all SmEAinxo. Mr. A. J. Earp has bought MEANS BUSINESS. Schlegol's photograph gallery at'Lancas-- ' kinds ami in any number. Prices to lias a Complete Stock of Geobok 0. Hal-- v and Mi Lucy William More-lau- d. Esokayijici beautilully and artistically tor and will make negatives there every suit the purchasers. vis wre married at .Mr. N. J. Hiokson's, at A. It. l'enny's. Monday. He went to Loulsvills this I. M. Uruce lost time fine Jersey IH-your hooks and school supplies of at Rowland, yesterday, : calves this week. His premises are beweek and bought a now outfit. .,.. '." all kinds from A. It. Penny. ing painted and it is supposed they got I on Salk. One second hand WarHavk vonr watch, clock and jeweiry Oku of the dynamos has arrived and hold of some white lead. repaired at A. It. Penny's. All work wick Perfection Safety Ilirycle in good The Georgetown limes reports sales the wire is being stretched, so we may WALL warranted. , . repair, for cash, M 11. IC. and W. ol barley at oo and wheat at 07e. C. R. tt vi viiikh .I.- -. .11 n ti ntiiv tcnlMloa ..t1.n...Mi . ... ..expect to have electric lights in a week. Patterson sold ,io fat cattle at 4 J. There it imiLitii rings', Ac, bought at A. It. Penny's will " renj. has reached tho lower were 150 cuttle on the market Monday Tho be engraved free of clmrge. 0lt of the 28 colored teachers exam- - end of town and is progressing rapidly. and prices ranged from 2J to 3 01. shipping cattle are.' in demand in ined, six failed to pm. Xonu received It will be laid to Xcedmore, two miles PERSONAL POJNTS. Cincinnati at o cents; other grades are . . eirtitleateH, six becond class and frcmhere. . dull and low; hogs continue to go up r linn Mr UOHEHT 1.KW1S i..... kuii n tn tho rwt third. 1Iavim purchased lrom M. D.IIahev, with tops at 0c; sheep are quiet at 3J to . Catlo lprim:s. (Late Alexander's Hotel.) Dit. Aitlema.s filled his engagement M. D., of New York, tho Odontunder o; lambs fuirly actixe ut 3 to 0.40c. Mips S. tin ll.os la visiting at US Charles Thompson sold his crop of tTMO'ROWGHBY procesH for the painless extraction of 1,400 bushels of here last Tuesday and treated many ., -, whent, on" 70 acres, to 'rw ssw r.s Shott street, Lexington. Tho Dr. has it laruo practice here teeth, I am now prepared to extract or Charles Brent A Rro., at 72lc. Frances Rates $2.50 Per Day. Dit. S. G. IIklm is very ill of typhoid fill teeth without pain. A trial will conHall bold to the Paris Milling Co. 620 is doing much Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-Housfever at Mr. J. W. Rout's. vince, tho most skeptical. W. H. Penny, bushels, ou"2."i acres, at 70c Paris Mit. W. H. .MtltoiiKiiTa took his famiQi'iTK a winil storm prevailed Wed- Surgeon Dentist. Ky. Joe Turley bought of James Gofl" 77 ly to Crab Orchard Springs Tuesday. nesday night, which blew the wheat : A. W. Jones, Sullivan, W. R. LOGAN, While playing in R. K. and W. II hogs, averaging 170 pounds, at lie. and Miis. It, V. IJtBB, of Mokinney, is vis- Bliocks but the needed of Horace Reiilou lb hog-J- , average 100 J. J. Marshall, clerks. Manager. Wearen's store with a lot of boys a few iting her daughter. Mrs. It.'Willlanis. min did not come with it. pounds, at 1. W. B. Kldd bought of nights ago, Ed Jones fell over a tub and George Thompson it Sou 177 head of is down in Mil. Wm. Morblaki Foil Sale The lumber iu the ambroke the muscle of his right arm. The cattle, average about 1,500, at 4jc Waynu county buying sheep and cattle. A. C. SINE J. N. MENEI-ZK. phitheatre and other buildings on the accident is a very jminful one and Mr. Winchester Sun. Muh. PkTKii StiiaU'H and Mrs. A. Swinebroad sold 7o stock ewes G. Wright are spending the week at Hale's fair grounds will be nold at public auc- Jones will have to carry his arm in n to Yates Hudson at H. I. M. Quisen-berrtion on '.lie grounds at . o'clock Satur- sling for a long time. Wnl- sold eight Southdown lambs to Mm. P. 0. HottB, of Indianajiolirt is day evening. Inipect tho lumber if you Tirious parties in tho State at S10. T. Tim Flying Dutchman in nliil with us R. Bright, of Garrard, sold his fine suckwith his parents, Mr. and M rs. 1ST J. 0 want a bargain, and its clover proprietor, Mr. W. R. ling saddle colt by Rlack Squirrel, dam Howe. Tun L. & N. telegraphers, ditsitisfted is raking in the shekels. Old and by On Time, to Jos. Garrett, of WoodMu. Wm. Waiihes, of Danville, was with the wage sc.tle, threaten to strike young, little and big, take an airing on it ford, for $300. He will make n fine up to hco his brother, Hon. It. C. Warunless their demands are aoceeded to. and the tent present a lively scene from horse. D. N. Prewitt bought of Babe ren, this wiwk. hogs, to bo There are 700 of them and if they quit 0 to 10 p. M. Tue best order is kept and Thompson, of Garrard, August at 4j. Mrs. It. It. Joniw, of SI. Louisjs visit ' up, ex- everybody finds it a ploasaut place to delivered& last week in 213 ewes from in a body the road would be tied Office Wood bought Prewitt mg her daughter, Mrs. IJreck Jones, at cept to run trains by schedulo alone. Emmett McCormack at 4 23; 233 ewes spend an hour. Mr. J. M. Wold's. from same party at $3 73; 100 ewes from ('hoiic-iLewis was given the Misi Tiik teachers' institute will be hold The old hayseed who presides over Sam Ow ens at S3.U3. He sold 50 ewes to Mt. Xenia school by the trusUes. There AuguitSS-SO- . Prof. W. C. Grinstoad the editorial columns of the Louisville Frank Logan at? i.30 per head; sold 203 -- THEwere 12 applicants. will conduct it, and oriers a suitable Times, hits this reliable prognostication to G. A. Swinebroad at S4 30 per head, sold 07 to T. L. Llllard at 3.73. Advo Mr-- W.C. Weaken Iih roiio to Lex- priae to the lady writing tho boat essay from ono of the few really reliable cate. Don-toington to see her sick sister, Mrs. on some branch ol the public school and "The tlrst katydid of the Green Briar Springs. who is very ill. the gentleman delivering the best decla- season founded the frost alum lrwt I am just in receipt of a letter from CAbpk.ntek wen tup to Dk. J. G. mation on any subject. night. Forty days henco August 30 a Stanford ladv saying, "Myself and a yesterday to mu Mrs. T, A. ChestKaty's friend desire to spend a couple of weeks look out for congealed dew. stockholders in the Cumberland 9 Tits nut, w ho is quite ill. forecasts are rvliablo as Foster's." at vour place, but we hear there are no Vnllov Land Co., mot here Wudnesdny Mkh. William IIuki and duuehter, Tins is entiiely a misguests there. tfirectory: Tiik best game of ball oyer seen un our take. We have a nice, pleasant crowd Miex LImIo, ol Danville, are visiting and elected the following Has not come and where there is danger of exposing your mizzen Vincent Roreini:, J. A. Craft, James W. grounds, was played hero Tuesday after- of people, with not a single "baby" Mru James H. Wainus. among them. We hn"e had 15 nrrix'als mast or exposing your knees, so as to lessen the hours of prayer or noon between tho Danrilles and the who 1ms beon vWt-i- Fox, John W. Fox. Jr, Jauifs R. Miw Saiiaii East, period week ami none for a W. G. Weleh, J. S. Hooker, R. Journals. Not a score was this two weeks, ami th shorter Mios Mollie taui:horly, left for hor majority for getting too seedy to go to church, you can afford to buy one of our than R. Whltrldge and W. P. Wnlton. made till the latter part of the eighth in- the whole summer, besides ma try others Summer Suits at our prices and always look dressed. hotnu in Wyoming TuewUir. ning, when our first baseman mulled have written that they will arrie next We arc determined not to let a man go out xvho wants a light suit. " has returned I'ltoi. J. M. SricinE. Joe S. iironston, son of tho an easy bail that was thrown to him and week. We lmxe an excellent band of In North from a visit to his birth-plalate collector of this district, killed ami harp, and we dance as a result three runs were let iu. No music, violin wen tor 12 Carolina, Uwt ho hadn't every niglit. except bunday. at Richmond by taking morphine. more scores were made and the pcore years. 'Tis true after the Barnes meeting was ltoMN.o.v and He was a brother of Hon. Charles J. stood 3 to 0. Mhothh. J. F..KWK Excepting Haggerman's over we were t with only tix'o boarda Ctiariws Gallagher, of UincmIct, are liroimton, oi iSexlngton, aim was error on first it was almost a pr rfect ers for a day or two, but the prospects And examine; these goods must be sold. The ladies made a ten days Hell bright and promiaiiiir man before he the fiMhing In the CtlKilwrland in and many of the lovers of base are now that withinplace next be filled. heavy raid on our thin dress foods the last xcek, but xve have some of gime will started on the downward career of a ball who had begun to loose interest every room on the county. So no one need stay away thinking they the prettiest left at those same low prices. Those beautiful GingCou asiiMkt.T. P. Hiu. and Mr. drunkard. in the game were started in afresh and will not find Hiiy on here. 'My terms hams, Printed Indias, India Organdies, Cheverons, Crepons, &c, are mm ' and Mrs. W. M. UoUey leavo this mornPhilSoiirn i pulling the Richmond will follow our team to D.tnx'illo this af- are S7 per week, $25 for four weeks. going rapidly. Come now while you can get one ing for WiiMull Springs to ppend a couple fair train as usual, ternoon. Hennessee and Jones were the Clubs of ll o persons, all toarrixe nt peri he is the only of ten per week. o! weeks. He batter for the visitors and D.inieh and time, $30 clubs of 20 Clubs who knows both rondi. persons 3100 per sons 50; Mas. P. P. Ncn.veu.kt took the pre- makes her hum too, but so far the s Sullivan for the I. J's. Struck out by week and board free to party xvho works Oflko ring at mium In tho "angels' food" up tlm club, or in other words, 21 perhas not justified the oipenK'S this Hennessee, seven; by Darnels 1 1. the Richmond Fair Tuesday. There were side of Lancaster. Tho tram will run bxlls, Join-- one; Sullivan none. sons for SI 00. Now, if you want to have a jolly good ten entries. two more days, this morning and to- Stucky of the home team played a beau- time, make up your clubs and come to Mesaiih.- WoiiKtrr Boyii, of London, morrow, passing here at 8 o'clock. tiful game, getting in a two bagger and Green Briar. A heavy raid has also been made on our Parasols, but xve have a Jjh. A. Craft, ol Louisville, and Jaius catching a lly that seemed almost a Fancy Dres RrII thi Friday night, great stock yet that must be sold. Our ladies' low neck sleeveless W. Fox, of Rig Stone Gsp. were here Tiik mules driven to the wngon in miracle. Shanks umpired and his de- and Basket Picnic on Saturday, July Vests are the best bargains ever offered; come and see them. We Wednesday. which Jim Reazley was hauiini: wheat cisions were pretty severely criticised, 30th Everjbody ltiMted are also closing out some broken sizes in Shoes. If you can find a D. G. Slxugiitkk. Mb, AM) Mns. It. W. IIockeii return- to the depot yeste'rday became frightenprobably more by our boys than by the pair to fit they are j'ours now. .Our celebrated Pearl and Eclipse to their home at Knnft City, yester- ed nsjihey were' going up Mill street Danville- ed XEV; ADVEUTISEMEXTS. Shirts have absolutely no equal. We always keep them and if you day, liter a plensaut visit to his brother, and turning suddenly, the wagon, mules, DEATH'S DOINGS. want the best you must buy them. Mr. J. S. Hockt-r- . wheat, Mr. Reaxley and all wont over Mu. L. T. Ykaokk, of Boyle, and the steep embankment on tho right side REPORT OP THE CONDITION James Rollins, a xrprthy citizen of daughtori, Mit Etta and Mrs. Misio of the!fctreet. Fortunately for Mr. Reaz- - the Turnersville neighborhood, died on Wood, of Indianapolis, were guests at 1iv.i In cama out unhurt, but his wagon Wednesday evening, aged S7. He mar- THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONYILLE. -ofbusintsj Mr. 1. M. Uruce's this week. was considerably damaged. ried a Miss Faulkner and raised a large In the Stat of Kentucky, at the cloe July 11, Miw. T. W Gi:ek ruUirnod with her Tiik Danville Fair this year will be family. mother, Mrs. Wells, to Cloverport and RliSOVRCES. Mr. Edwin McRoberts, better known The stakes 409 979 9) Leant m will he gone a mouth, during which time more enjoyable than ever. as "I'uclo Ed," died Wednesday morning have tilled well. Tho 1,360 53 Overdraft', secured aiiU unsecured. Tom will be the guest of tho Colley and purses ami kidney disease. He U S Bondi to secure .... Mason, Lightning and Wire Top J,3 00 pace, tho $400 of erysipelas old races, the House. - 14,94- - y1 , the 2:26 class, the was ono of the sons of the four brothers Ltue from approved reserve agent J. H. IK'tleii, formerly ono of stake for '2 Oait. 7,93a 10 Due from other National IH11V1... tho moat popular conductors on the K. 2.21 class trotting, the 2:2S clai ond who moved from Virginia to this coun- ltanliinc'houte, furniture and fixture. 1,300 o ty 100 years ago next year, nnd settled Current expenses ami taxtn paid a tho 2:30 16 40 race will be "cork0., was hero yesterday representing 138 7 collln house. IJulte a solemn business for ers." some of tho best trotters in the on Hawkins' Rranch. His father owned Checks and other cash belonging to Mr. J. E. Dills ol ether Banks ... ,io co so lively a man. State being entered. No gambling nui- the nlace now , Porcelain and brass Preserving Kettles; Refrigerators, Water Coolers, a and it was there that Fractional paper cwrrmcy, skkefc. and n grand-sonsances on the grounds. August 2d, 3d, Rruce, ' 67 cents CITY AND VICINITY. Uncle Ed was born 74 years ago. As Specie White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers, Fly Paper and Fly Traps. ... 4th and 5ih. tWS 00 soou as he was old enough he learned Lejral tender cte .....' 000 00 Thomas' Hay lUuea for sale xerv The report that Mr. and Mrs. John tho carpenter's trade, at which he work- lUxlcinption fund with U. S. Truasurer Wire Cloth Spring Hinges and Corner Irons, Grind Stones, Scythe cheap by J. N. Menefeo. McClure, of Crab Orchard, had kissed ed till about 10 years ago, and at which j 5 per,cet. ofcucuUtKHi... .,... si Stones, Grass and Weed Hooks, lades and naths. Ufe Logan & Logan Flour, the best and made up, she having convinced ho accumulated a fair estate. His Total- 4 Full line of cakes, Candies and Fruits. Prices to suit tlje times. him that nothing of a conipromisiii'-uatur- health failed then and he has since tint is made. MoKinney Pros. LIABILITIES. and had occurred between spent most of his time, either at ij.o x Capital stock paid in MoK.TN'irE'T-- " Youb account is duo and we need tho It. Lee Davis, proves to be untrue. Tho drug store or sitting in front of Surplus fund 15.00 00 and settle. Severance A Louisville Times contained u "dispatch" his buildings on Main street, in one I'lidiwcUxi profit money. Call 3 ." Ho was pe- N'atitMval Hank notes itutitaadinir son. ... ie,S 00 from Crab Diehard of n half column, ji- - room of which he stayed. JK?X$C&3KZ&J&i his ways and conversation Individual deposits tubjct Ut cbk.... I6,ool 65 GO TO- but culiar both in nj- the story of the reconciliation, Fon Sale. A house and lot in Darstfor the fact that he Due to other National Uaki..... and xvas remaruablo 7J37 oe town belongini: to W. M. O'Rryim. J. it wasn't sent over the wires and friends would rarely oxer six'oa direct answer to Due to State Hanks and Hankers I39 7 of .Mr. McClure say it was written by a question," which involved anything II. 5t7J.I3 4 XX. that seemed to exceed in this day any Total Tate's smokediouso xvas enter Davis himself. O!"'--' " event of the earlier times. Though not STATE OK KENTUCKY, I Y Tin: vicinity of Yosemito is in a hiiih n member of tho church, those xvho od Wednesday uiht and 15 hams and ) County of Lincoln, that he XX. Hoclpr, Cashier of the above named state of excitement over the attempted know liitn well say Christianxvas as strong middling'' stolen. - I. of the church as Ilanlc J.do solemnly swear thut the ab statement of Miss Eliza Hatter, by '0 negro in the faith it. One by one the old landis true to the btt of my kMowtadse and belief Dn. W. R. Pknnx and an assistant rapo anv man 111 Cashier. Hayden, on Tuesday last. We marks are fast disappearing and soon J. XX. HOCKEK.this named FORSuhtcribwl and swora to Mere we have extracted over 200 teeth this week ith day learned from Br. Wesley, of Middleburg, there xx III be no connecting link xvith of July 189. J. H. HOCKRK, N. I'. L C. process. by the painless attest. Correct that thu neero xvent to Miss Hatter's those who knew this section in the H. Hrwn, ) its settlement by the xvhite Directors. Tiiiz school per capita is increased 2ft j 'l0me, near Yosemito and asked for T. J Roinov, people. Uncle Ed could tell many mihuwARD AlloksJ cents over last year and not 10 cents, as something to eat. The young lady told raculous stories about tho earlier times hiin that she had nothine, when tho and give many interesting reminiscences stated. It xvill be 2.50 this year. yV . brute began to look around tho house. of the davs when ho xvns the champion Your 1802 taxes nro ol all this section. He is the last To Ho found out that she was alono and athlete of six children but one, Mr. A. G. Mcnow duo. Hopoall xvill come forward going uj) to hor and catching her by tho The of Indiana, surviving. and settle promptly. J. N. Menefee," hand ui.ido an indecent proposal ,to her, Roberts, wero interred in Ruflalo Cemeremains sheriff. short at tho same time offering her 50 cents to tery, Woduesday afternoon, after a15. Elfor tho uninless extrac- accomplish his hellish service at the grave by Rev. W. allowed to Odostu.nhkr lis. i tipn of teeth. It acts like n charm and ' pUrj)0se. Miss Hatter screamed and tho FARM AND TRADeTtEMS. is perfectly harmlcps. Dr. AV. R. Penny, negr0 fearing that help xvould come, to tlio unfortunate lady, took to his heels. nolo owner, Lincoln county. h J. II. (J raves, of Faxetto, sold 250 Tll rc'l)0rt of t,le ""einpted rapo xvas cattlo at 1J. r.7. July -- 0, -- 7, N .mil HAiiuousnuim acareh wM Will Matheny sold to 1). N- - Prewitt good oxh 20. Ladies free first day. A h 70 hot,"?, Oct. 15 delivery, at 4. - hlm nml too'k billon of show hor.es innil ho ly r6 test Sale. Good, gentle buggy nnd rfff w,,eiJ . :r iiiii-i- ; l. .inir iiruini -saddle horse. Apply 10 A. R. Penny. , ; eacn ou trots him to Liberty, xvhe'o ho was placed in H.ivlni; removed my Barber Snop to the Com once, a lot of stock concert Thursday night by tho Clove- - jail. Talk of a mob xvas heard of by hogs,Wanted At and upwards. William mercial Hotel, I am 100 pounds land Military Rand. the sheriff and on Wednesday the pris- Moreland. Prepared to Accommodate Ladies Fou Salk. 1500 owes and 11 Harrodsburg, oner xvas taken to Danville for safe kcop-inas well as Gentlemen, RoiiKiiT Anreiison, of southdown yearling bucks. A cousin of Miss Hatter, whose St who travels for a saddlery house and name we could not learn, made a In anything they may wish in my line, ChiL & Carter, McKinney, Ky. Givons alio waited on. Call a me. visits Stanford frequently, was put in D. N. Prewitt has bought within thfl kill tho negro, but xvas for gotting drunk prevented by one of the posso knocking la6t few days 1,000 stock owes at from 3 jail at Nicholasville THOMPSON, (lis gun just ns he was attempting to to 4 cents per pound. Ho bought most just received. and breaking into a residence which ho And examine the Studebaker. Car-loa- d la Commercial Hotel. of them In tho West End. shoot. was the depot. thought rieUH5 call I.IME ntlil lirlrilr at (tin lon'pnt price. Yo Tambien broke the record at Tuehk are 85 or more people put at Halo's Wull now, having the biggest Chicago, going a mile and a sixteenth in Stolnefiei it Co., Ottcnhoitu. 1:451. kitnl of n time. Fun Sale. 150 good ewes, 7 or S good Youb nccount is duo nml ready m m anil settle. I mean you. A I poqt-iimst- i'r Jehp Kino, who did u long jail terra hero awaiting trial for murder committed in Knox county, was acquitted at a called term at Bnrbourville last week. W.B.JM0BERT2, sOO-pou- Druggist and Jeweler, I Da-don- e DRUGS, BOOKS, PAINTS, i - eh-ia- PAPER, , pipe-layin- g j ... .... first-cla- ss THE WILLARD. e, Ken-tuckiu- n. helter-skelte- r, J.J. Louisville, -- y SINE & Proprietors of The MENEFEE. An-drow- STANFORD LUMBER YARD, aful Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. 8-- prog-nosticato- r: n, .. 1 Broil-hea- d BeaflBM ng y, - 5' lh-iuut- ce him-fce- lf All You Needy Ones Come hae k-f- !. win ' bu?i-net- Pa-s-- ed s - CHOICE THINGS. J. S. . fin HUGHES. ij di.-ouu-t ear Now Is the Time to Buy Glasses,- circu-tlon- year-olJs- Fruit Jars, Jelly ii M a Tin Cans, Sealing Wax -- 1 e .Ji-3.- U If hr BEOS. -- j Rani-hma- T J A. Warren's - "Model Grocery;' '.$ j Tax-Paveu- s. FRUIT JARS, JELLY GLASSES, . TOPS AND GUMS, SEALING WAX, &G w. it ' j, - Do You Need a W agon? " . k ! ! 1 , . " rz .' .- thor-ouchbr- g. JESSE CALL AT J. B. FOSTER'S .' j. . 3r&JJ'J1tpf.vS-- T i . ,a.'"1Cc"f,J- - i , i . W-J- " Semi-Week- ly 'tt : heavy rain storm passed over tills the time that excursionists, and Is a CantMJate f.rCireuit JudKe in the 13th ()r,a11 kinds, sportsmen should figure nut a route for their sumTo have jour h:tO(r.tphs taken, He keeps up county Tuesday evening. subject to the action of the democratic party mer vacation. 4 doing so, the dslighftttly cool with all the Made and Sot Up in All Parts of Published Every Tuoaday and Friday Dr. Parker has almost completed his summer ami fishing resorts located along tb'e Wlv to cemini AT tho Country. e new all. C. SAUFUEY, near the depot. 3Ir. J." voii'iu jtrr rv i.uiescome , viviaiv ma, viw,imotir wjiicn wirb, til usKf hi., jutlck CJffi. No Agents employed ttaiiftgo, Waukeha, Cedar Lake, Neennh. Wnum $2 PJCU YJK.A.U M. Mahan is preparing to build an addica. HneliL KetteniHt ami Ashland. Wis. Wl.0.,1, Of Lincoln, Is a Candidate fer Circuit Judge in And will ciie)ou good satisfaction, y this judicial dmrlct, subject to the anion of the A J KARP,.tanford. tion to his residence opposite the Bap- sin has within the lat Ae seam become the router not o paid $2.50 will lie charged.-ff- n W. ADAMS & SON, of attraction lor more pleasure seekers hunters ami Democracy Lexington, Ky No. 4 a tist church. anv other Mate hi the Union m,t fishermen than enchvMt incresie the Ulre tA again seethe CARD. K. 0. LOCAL TIME Mr. Cain, who wns sent here In the charming land'cape. breathe the babmm fragrance HOTEL AND SALOON S. OWSLEY, iimnn pan HOUSE. Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning canference to 'preach at the M. E. der through theine invigorating niinpnerv, wanAT ROWLAND colon nad.s of tatelv pines and Candidate for Commonwealth's at j.'10 p. m. (a to the action of the Democratic Attorney, sub church this year, had to resign on ac- hook the rcklel beamier with a rlv P. B. HILEY, Proprietor. ject ' art,lnanr For pamphlets information, L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. count of his eyes, and Mr. Mackin has etc., apply to containing iluahle P. A.. T s. PAT TV, D. - - Kontucky. Judicial District to which Lincoln county maybe assigned. London, ia jj pm been sent to supply his place. Rev. W. Mult rain going North I offer tnv frame Hotel " South vo ', virarni iiopm mi iicael Saloon atfor sale prnately ate now renting at and . hue moved to my new Hotel and am better Rowland, which ft$ " South ....11 33 p m J. Johnson, pastor of the Baptist church, Agent, Chicago. 111. zpttt train ? per monm it is centrally located and a tine point prepared than ever to accommodate the public. " " North " 3San who has been traveling for the Baptist Good Livery attached and every convenience de- pike, 4 mile, fiom Sutiford. W, II Miller lor business, being at a ttrrritial rnlnt on a Cholera lnfautusn ha lwt Its terrors since the Local Freight North .6 59 am l7u of the L ti.v It hat good well, stable Coal sired. Give me a call. Introduction of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and 312pm Institute, is at homo again and preachSouth. 11 Dmrrhcva Remedy. When that tented is used hoie and other necessary nuthutlditigs. Address FRANK RILEY. The latter trains also carry passengers. ing regularly for his church. MR M R C. FF.RRlt.L, Stanford 7 and the treatment, as directed with each bottle Is The above is calculated on itandard time. Solar follow ed cure Is certain Mr A. HOUSE ANA LOT FOR RENT. Our unusually healthy town had prominenta merchant at altersburg, W Walters, 1 time it about ao minutes fatter. Ill.,ays "It 1SAUGIIMAN. three deaths last Monday all children. cured my baby of holer intantum after several Notice to the Traveling Public. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. remedies child I offer for tent the House and Lot helongtng to so low I have had FIRE AND STORM Little Edith Gatlifl died about 9 a. m., of otherne seemed had filled Thethe aid was human mat at the estate of Cap! Gaines Craig, and adjoining ainvm Jjejona hands of aiiynne'dlclne. Trains pass Junction City as follows Dr. J II. Owtles.cn lliiitonvilfe street, iatifoid, whooping cough, and about 3 v. it'., Mr. buttle or reach by Dr M L Bourne.13 and so cent (or sale Fast & C Special u 26 a m Druggist and Ky It ha eight tO"ms, goo well and lieceisarr p m New Orleans Limited 3 1? p. m.; Calviu Sisk's little child died of the Optician, Stanford, Ky Mall At Rowland repainted atid nic.Iy furnished and outhouse. special 3 40 p m In lOhnccti n with Hotel one of the sa P .M. McK(iilBR18, Aernt. Representing hae a m.J Blue same disease. The other, a child of Mr. Q Ar C. Special t loons lu the State, open day and night ; a night Stanford. Kv Good Looks. 6 00 a m. ; Cincinnati Limited 1.48 John Grass Special man meets all trains In connec tion ith llouo Childers, died of membranous Hartford, of Hartford, Conn., Good looks are more than skin deep, depending p. m.; rast Mail 1 iS p. m. have also one of best Mineral wells the croup. The whooping cough is going upon a heilth) condition of .ill the vital organs. It and for reference tho water, call on Mr in and Mate Manchester, of Manchester, Mrs to Entr. bilious look, G W rounds and almost every child that thelixer be inactive jou have ahae a dyspeptic gram, Patrick. Loulswlle, Mr and Mrs Floyd In- Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, Falls 3ranch Jellico Coal Co. the your stomach be disordered you Erin, Tetm , A. A. Warren, Stanford, Ur look and if tour kidneys be affected you have a D E. Proctor, C Il.llraum.Mr and Mis T. W DR. W. B. has not had it is having it. Mtncrsaml shippers of the GENl'INK Ins. Co. of North Amorica, " pinched look Sqcure your health and you wilt Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs II. Johnson. L. E. Tupper and Frank Blakeluy have good looks. Electric Hitters is the ereat al Ne llaen, Jim Cox, Greensliuri: V Rates $J per All of which are Companies. I would and directly attended the meeting of the Y. 1 S. C. terative inurestonic, acts blotches, on these vital ora day J M. Petrcv, clerk W Give me a call he pleased to wait on my friends gans this line. Pol. pimples, boils and gises CARRIER, Prop, yoiy J. good complexion. Sold at A R. Penny's druu icies promptly issued. Will insure against tornaTry it. W. nre the sole agents for Stanford and Office South side Man street, in office recently E., recently held in New York. Mies does, wind storms and lightning Lightning claus- Rowland. Ofllce corner ol Depot street store, jo cents per bottle vacated by Dr. L F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. and railes attached without additional charge Jesse Holeman, of Louisville, is visiting road crossing. Umce at First National Hank Stanford. IIIOGINS .V WATTS the Misses O'Mara. Guaranteed Cure for La- Qrlppo. S. A. Walker Mason We authonte our advertised druggist to sell you spent last week at his old home in MadiSURGEO.V DENTIST. CTwHt Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. can the Stanford son. Dr. W. M. Blain left last Tuesdnv Coughs and Colds, upon this condition: If sou ityI wilh home madefamilies ol cts per and vicinII, McKobertt Office ;on J.Main street, over W. Ice at fo 100 pounds, are afflicted with La Grippe and n ill use this rem- lets than Drug Store, Stanford. to visit his mother at Hustonvilie. that Dr. edy according to directions, giving it a fair trial manufactured amount at one cent per pound, and Dealer in General Merchandise, I am Agent tor the Celebrated Ice or tS and Mrs. J. L. Whitehead spent last audevperince nonenrfit, you may return the bot- Ctats for smaller at 7s cents per 100 pounds eery Lumber and Shingles. uanti'le Ice .lelitered Deerinff : Harvcstingf : Company, tle and have your money relunded We make reR. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. week at Mt. Vernon, visiting Mr. W'e. this offer because of the wonderful success of Dr. mornlBg I call special atttntisn to the John I' for Goods sold fur cash only It gives me pleasure And offer their Machines to the people of I incoln er Urewtng C 's Celebrated I. X. L. Peer, King's during last season's epi- in am doing to the publu in general that mother and sister. Mr. E. J. Smith of demic New eDiscovery no casein which it failed. which I am agent. Will futulsh in eithe' keg or t" state under the Cash Sssten and that the people county Their Hinders aie nncsceiled and their as heard of nutly Reapers and stand the highest of any in bottle Write for prices DENTIST. Jellico, spent Sunday in Williamsburg. Try it Trial bottles free at A. R. Penny' drug ate rapidly catching on t the tact that it is the the market Mers Also keep all kinds of futures 011 K 11REMKR, Stanford, Ky I3tf store. Large sue 30c and Si. better system, buth for the bu)er and seller. I h.y hand 'mm before purchxiMir iifhce at Is moving to the Higgins office, Lancaster street. lust Hon. D. G. Colson will speak here also know that I sell aoeds for about a third less .National Hank HAl f.li.MAN, Nitrous Oxide Has given for painters extracting. J than my compi titer who do credit business Mr Van Pelt, editor of the Crair. Mo. Meteor. on the 2oth. The fight between Colson STANFORD, KENTUCKY. btsntutd. K). that I keep constantly on Rand a splena and Wile on seeim to be wuxinir warmer went to drugstore at Hillsdale, Iowa, and.aked did assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries, Cloththephvslcian in attendance to ghe lilm a il. of ing, Hoots, Mines, Hats aud the like Call in and something fur chnlern morbus and looseness 'if the M. CRA'IG, as the time draws near. Mr. Wilson bowels. He say. "I tell o asuch better the next see My stock, which is rrpl.aished almost daily. DR. J II. IIILION, Rowland, Ky. made a speech here some time blo in morning that I concluded tu call on the physician UKclKR IN Homoopatblo Physician, the which he denounced Mr. Colson person- and get him to fix me up a supply ofme amedicine I was surprised when he handed bottle cf ..NOTICE IO Til K., KENTUCKY ally and the newspapers that were sup- Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dlarrhiea RemSTANFORD, edy, He asd he prescribed It tegulariy in his practice and found it the het he cmld get or pte p m.j 8 to porting him. Mr. Colson asks Mr. m to 3 Office Hours: tojto 11 a And Conntrs Produce, pare. I can itsetliciency in my ,'p. m, to meet him here ajjain on the 1'oth all events,"' testify to bv Dr. M L Illume, case a' Has opened his stock of goods and 1. tea.ty t For sale DrugOffice on Lancaster street, opposite rcg tnepeo) leofSUnford anJ vlcinlts He I. and let him prove whether or not he gist and Optician, Stanford. Ky untssssrd of Harfalni and all I have opened In connection with my Hotel, the j ho want at the Wwr OMelbU price should call on said certain things that are reported as hlmon I.egsn Avenue, near LnciMer pile so TJH. IBucklln'sArnlca Salvo. coming from him and which Wilson deThe best salve in the world lor cuts, bruises salt rheum, feer Office opposite Coffey Houh, nies saying. The coutest is in good iores, ulcers,chilblains, corns sores, tetter, chapped hands, A .. , and all skin erup 1IIK STAN'ltiRI) shape for a dark hor&e or a democrat to tions and positively cures piles, or no pay requir- ed. It is guaranteed to gi. perfect satisfacticc, : First-Clas- s come in. 19.6m or money refunded. Price 15 cents per box. Last Monday was county court day. For saie by A. K. Pennv, Stanford, KyAnd offer the service ef it to the public Ilrand mw sthtrles and fresh blooded hi ties make my There was a good crowd in town, but DR. I). E. sta1 le compare with Haiontra ted w,th r.spnn.iMe hrmslor plants nothing of importance was'transacted in the Ue akd Electric console-tSHKLTON 1I01SE, Tho Bost In Country. and iuwi.l hateslst) dars, the Water Plants it. af--t ahout court. In the afternoon Mr. R. D. Hill PUst soon Give me a call. Rowland, : : Kentucky. made a speech in which he gave the When Daly was sick, wo cye hex Cflstorla. P W Gkl.EN, Proriietor In Old. r to bhtce iuiil.lil ,ui,.... ... .j AL IIL'RNS, Managtr van.e for atcr and Llectri. Lijfhl, Inr L'.n.,.any Office hours 7 to 9 a rn and 5 to 9 p. m. people his views of the new election law When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria. of.vrs lb fallowing Jl'NCTION CIT', K she became Miss, she clung to Castoria, When Nects.ar) water p.pm wiil be lasst, conn, ted to aud explained iu a very satisfactory mains at actual cost lor pipe and work Have Just erecteil new and Electric wires put la assd nccaasstry SUir.t manner how and what every voter must When the bad Children, she cave them Castoria. House and am fully apreparedMarble orders(.ramie to fill tor ail I free ot charge klixls Marble and Granite work do when ho goes to vote. After .Mr. have inmy Tobe of bit quairty aasl gswraattci to give employ skilled wnrkreen from the Eat. Mj freight satisfactsoti fallitiM can not !e eacelled and will not be unBuilclingT L.ots Hilhzoncluded the various candidates I he schedule ef adopted rates h fr m i t. s dersold. 38 STANFORD, KY., JOK S. WRIGHT. for sheriff and circuit clerk made public per cent lower than ss osoally srtveca In the corporate limits of Rowland A carpent.r bv the name of M. . Powets fell their announcements. There were four from the roof of a house In Last Des Mosses, Io a, Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. H. I. DARST. Rowland. Lcnisvill-- : Cumberland Eap for each office, all- republicans. There and sustained a painful ud serious sprain of the ' wrist, which he cured with one bottle ot ChamDwelling of , roossss, one faorrt. will be a primary election held Sept. L'O berlain's Pain Balm. He says It is worth ft a x i J so Hach additional room. 11 his Hotel, renovated and refurnished, is row R. bottle It cost hitu 30 ceuts, rorsule by Dr. M FARMERS. ." to Belect a candidate from those iow L. Each additional faucet ia my charge and intend to conduct it so as to I o liourne. Druggist and Optician, Manford, Kv Double Daily Schedule, not only maintain it high reputation, but to achl Stores, Hooks and Private UCcsst, tancet J agent In Effect May I, U41 Kentucky Hedgi liaths, pnvate, one lauc.t to tit long list ci fttends. Special accosisnssMla-tsoni am Co.. 9t for The Centraloffer the services ot running. Fence Lancaster, and MUea' Norve and Llvora Pill for comasercsal travelers aod sine ioams for Hose allocbsnetll lor srjfsnkler , ... y G. S. Sutton returned last Elder Soo SOUTil IlOl'N'D. both myself and the Company to the citizens o' Sublet, private. the dlspWy of samples. animal a .1 Acton liver, " Lincoln county. I am serv thankful for the liberEach addltsooal animal from his former home in Virginia, ' stomach a new principle regulating the Anew Le Louisville J jo p m and Iww els throojh the nerves al patronage recei ed and hope by fair dealing to Stanford m A Dr cure biliousdiscovery it aj a m merit a continuance Farmers in need of a jrood where he had been called on account of ness bad taste, Mites' Pills speedilv constipation. Arr, Mlddlesboro torpid Iner, riles, 70I a Electric Light Rates. fence will find me at the Mjer House in Stanford the sickness of zee p n I jo am And MILLIARD and POOLROOMS attoehed. his sister. Charles Fin-- Uncqualed for men. women, children Smallest Lsc. .Middlebro.... on cacn county court aay. For comaaerctal h Air. Cumbtrlaad Gap,.... a 14 pm $4$ am mildest, surest JOSEPH COFFKV M W. JOHNSON. ley left Monday night for Indianapolis, at A R Penny s Fifty doses 15 cents Sample " Hamiltsm Springs..... On.arc aodthrteic. p Mcaodeacesst Urec Jjns 6 11 a as year .. per Arthur 1 )i p m (ilim Ind., where he will engage in business Powell River For tic. p. . iBcassooaceat "LOCUST GROVE" wm 6 4) a m ' 1aseell......-- . r. during the remainder of the summer. .i it P m yejaas 3 oi fSLAsiiijxKirAL$ia " Lone Mountain...... 7 13 am ti Dr. P. A. Pennington returned htst week Dealer In " Clinch River -- .. We will pay the reward for any rasof JtSflH 7 na m " OaknMH 7 Liver Complaint, Dvspepsia. dick Headache, In- for Rsiiiliate Vt t Foreign and Domestic Fruits, from a visit to his parenLi in East Ten- digestion. J4la 741 am Wa.hbMi a m FOR SALE or Costlveness we can not ir For in i c to " Invder Springs ..,.. a ilpm nessee. Hon. R. D. Hill was in Louis- euro, with Constipation .. West's Vegetable Luer Pills, when the n "if wr.. Confectioneries, Arc. " LuttreM-.- .. 2am The finest Farm and richest sml in Li.colo co., 4J 4 Jpra I 04 a m directions are strictl) compiled with. They are p ville, last week attending a meeting of purely vegetable and never fail to " Corrstd a 4 pm ll)SM cempristng .. . is LsBd, situasatislac- " 41. 4J0 acres t. Has with him a first class baker and ran lurnihs Malaneyville t o a as ted within ol county seat the republican State Central Committee. ,Ion- - Su"'" ruuicu. i.r,--t noies, containing 30 read, Cakes and the like on short notice. S; Ilcr.rt joipsa Ijlin of Uncoln two miles ') 8tan,ord, theCity turcplke For each aitsfHisnul " Fronted and imitations. the Shelby For turther ioMarsnanWi:, af j t K. rO. Iu nelson-- .. C. W. Lester is canvassing Clinton ' t' he genuine ware of counterfeits hv Viim l.kn 848 a ia and accesiblc to the Stanford ana Danville tutu- liiaiiufartiirH4 firilv KMoavtlfe... tI J W HADr,S,i,i.A 9011 a ns West Co., Chicago, III I or safe by A X PenThis is one of the best Stock Faims in the and Wayne county this week. Mr, ny. MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, ' file. NORTIIfTOTfNTr region ami is in a high stale of cultl iL. alt purposes Lester is a candidate- for CommonAbundance Lve ! Ijoaw.f jepm vattoo fertile and is of mater orthe growing is suitable Arr K.AO.JoTfetion... VfSSosiakV I 43 am 44 t m Sosl p. tobacco, corn and wheatfur The land is of ft wealth's attorney of this district. C. C, hen '. Ilererly Corner Main and Depot Streets, 54P m located so that It can be divided ami two fine Lawson went to Rose Hill, Va., last SunMaloneyville. 90s) a m j 06 p m Farms made The improvements are a Urge ami Corrjlosi II as a at 7 18 pm Stanford, Kontucky. day night. Judge Tye aud J. X. Sharp initio? : LutiruU p m commodious dwellinc; aconsem.nl stock barn 9 jo a hi 7 ,Vc coirqnjixc.iwy the bet ot frmt ot all kinds, etc For IntorPowder Sorlugs .... a mi 7 JP m ilas just received a handsome line of Spring- and are up the river llshing. J. A. Wiluiot, 9 K II l IN l.b, Stanford. WartbtsrH..... m matKvfl. anolv to 7 SP nmer Millinery aud mutei her friends and the o$am I ot p ia J (asksnaa of Cincinnati, gave our merchants a cull ;N"s...Pinevil'e ro it a ml j). in Ket nit O V K1LL Subtle generally to dimmed and tho latest thoue. Clinch Klstr A new and Complete treatment, consisting of Itottuets In ISM1M I login stle by Tuesday. , also in box j, Lone MoisotMsu i jl a mi I iy p suppositories. Ointment lu Capsule-most artistic liauis A pleasure-seekers Dls-ttlc1 it d 1 , Interior Journal WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. Refrosblnr? Retroata. Summer davs an? fast nnnmschiniranil nnw 1. Go to Earp's Art Gallery MONUMENTS II. T. NOEL, t. store-hous- Latest Improvements, ot-t- eo i9-- THE RILEY J. JR., hand-mad- jij . 1 iv-ras- tr FOBSALE. m urns-to- n FOlUtENT.ISc-o?- 1 J. II. Soutn-boun- ; THE SIIEIION HOl'SE INSURANCE AGENT Jllue-ura-ss North-boun- d lt it-i- 1 PENNY, Dcullst. PRICE, fint-clas- s 111 Original Jellico Coal. ICE iOsTO BEER. J. H. HILTOIT, 1 To Fsornaors. 1 1 '"" JOHN .... C. D. P0WE3CX,. -:- J 1 Wil-so- u 1 :tiuvellltg public. HOUSE. . . General Mcrclianclisc, otter-iss- court-hous- 39-'- y J. A. AMOIT, 'MYERS fIs kd Stanford, Kentucky. I.ivery Stable, tho - Watertight and Ice Co: PROCTOR, Junction City Marble&GraniteWorks t" 1 ao-i- For Salo THE GOFFEY HOUSE fui-nin- Twenty 1 - iWlls, I JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. 1 TO THE It. 1 as Fri-da- J" Flrst-ClasslSnlo- on 1 97-6- n j7-- jl 1 c, v7rm7Trnnrzrn S500 REWARD. .ie s t o ck: t a b, m n rV T. , r- . 5P" IJ" lllne-t.ra- Isr -- r ; Milliner and Dress Maker ----- - I , w 1 TFn JAPANESE M Jj, GUFIE f- -r 4 , - 1 Wr 1 m . MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. isfied. William bunervant, a school teach- er of the Highland vicinity, and Miss Kile, tho pretty 10 year-oldaughter of tree sample Guarantee issued hv A H Penny, aml ole fc'l,lt' jum iu, rcy, cnu lur Mr. J. D. ISustln, .fere married Wednea- ' '. day. A young man of Lawrence county, Ga., started to go to Duhlin, Ga., to pet a marriage license, but on reaching Burton he was jocularly informed that the supply of marriage licenses was exhaust-- e t Dr. E C Wet s Nerve a I'ra.n 1 1. He invested his money in a pair of a specific fir Hsteria, Diines, rtts reatroent, Neuralgia. iteauacne, rvcrous j'rcistration aused b) alcostot old shoes and went home perfectly sat- or tobacco, Waketu!ness,Meut.il Depression, Soft-i d ' -- ami pills; a. positive cure bxlerral. internal. inttia or illeedinrf. IlvhlHz. Chronic. Recent or Hereditary files This remedy has never been known to fail $1 per box. ft tor $, sent bv mail hy sulfer Irom this term; cliieasi when a writ- ten guarantee it positive!) tiit" uh6boe, to -- '1 Arthur. . Mbldle-sbor- Poell Slewed Hiver Hamilton Springs.. Cumberland Gap... ... notsm I jo p m 11 ita m oonpn i6pn 1144 am t- 10 4 j a M I top jo 54 m ii. t. i.rsn, Ky. If i Hkdi'ced Katks Will be made by the (Jueen - Crescent Itoute and the Louisville Southern Kailioad on account The American people are rapidly becoming a of the following occasions: race of nervou9 wrecks, and the following At Wi'more, Colored Camp Meetinjr. the beiit remedy: Alphonso Hemplllng, of s July i'U to 30. liatler, Pa . suears that Avlien bis ran nas from ht. Vitus d&Dce, Dr. MIIe' rret At Harrodsburg, Mercer County Fair, Nerslne cured him. Mrs. J It. Miller, of Valparaiso, and J. D, Talor. of Logansport, July 25 to 2i). Ind , each gained SO pounds from talcing it. Mrs. To Niagara Falls, special low rates JuII. A. Gardner, of Vistula, Ind,, was cured of 40 to ly JMh. &0 cow ulsions a day. and much headache, dizziness, backache, and nenous prostration, by one At uanvuie, Uoyle Couuty Fair, ,Au bottle. Daniel Jlyern, Brooklyn, AHch., eays his gust, --' 10 u. daughter was cured of Inesnlty of ten years standis 'n.Dn n. in ... ring. Trial bottles, and fine book of tnanelous cures, free at druggists. This remedy contains Aug. LMo4. no opiates. Dr. Allies Medical Co., Elkhart, ind. Ai Cincinnati, u meeting of (2eeu City Driving Club, Aub, 8 to 13. TI1IAX KOTTUE FKEE. At Lebanon, State Grant! Lodge U. B. ForsnlebyA K Penny, Stanford. F., AuK. 9th. A G. Lanharo John 11. Cattleman. At Lawrenceburg, Anderson, Franklin aud Salvisa Countv Fair August 9 to v STARTLING FACTS, eng-pe- c- epeech-les- n..ir - :tlm nntl-ullln- ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. MANAGERS, 11. Insurance B ARBEE Ooratnsrce Company. At Kansas City, Mo Southern Lumber Manufacturers Ass'n., August 7th and Sth. For further information as to rates, etc. call on Ticket A cents or write D. G. Edwards, G. P. A., Cincinnati, 0. & 0 ASTLBM AN Buildino;, Louisville 1 Agents throughout the South. W. A. TBIBBLE. Local Aont, STANFORD. KV. Ir you are going to Old Point Comfort Tuesday, July 20, via the C. & 0. rail, road, nlease send your names for what sleeping car space you want, and not wait,until the last minute. Remember that the round-trirale is only $13 and you may stop oil" at pleasure on return trip. Tickets rzood until August 14th. Address G. W. Barney, Trav. Agent, or Charles L. Brown, Gen'l Pass. Agent, y Lexington, Ky. p I have quite a number of F I(MS lor o Ue Lands in Limoln county very beat H 'rnese I arms arc all well improveii and koou rich lands, running in sue from 5010(00 A. res ConsHltrinr thcis locality, their richnea and fer tiiity of soil, the conv.nieace of turnpikes and that bnue markets rl'ht to our do-.- , they are cheaper than the Lands of anv other county in the Slat. 1 here is srarcel) a Farm in the county over $ miles from a derot The couutv is choked with tunimkea runoia iocs ry direction There is not a public rood ch twiu the county scat that is hot MacadaanUed We have the Knoxville ranch ot the L. A- N It ' It. dividing the county from East to West rd lk C. S. k R trow North to oulh; the K C. R R from this place to Cincinnati, crossinc the C A O. at Winchester, giving, full access to the markets ol ' the whole world, lleawles, we has c three large Flour Mills 111 the couuty that give us a market for all our grain right at home; aud the develop ment oi the mountain regions oi Eastern and . Kentucky t tailroads aud the out flualr 111 lh K& let onm ny raiiroaus has cteatrd such a demand ' r ur an k.iisoi ccreai and i,rveiider that wecan UrCler3 IOr Cattle, Sheep ailfl Hot78 scarcely retain enough tor homeconsumption .. . c .... v.oit .im ontcp a. specialty. 1 he people, are prosperous, generous and kind, - ersons havniL'any of theabove described stock J belies ine; in Christianity and education. 1 here lor sale or wishitu to purchase same, will ,Io well is not a neighborhood m the countv but has a to call on or address me An experience of fifteen gcod church and tcnool-hous- c ,,i,, '",,"u make profitable ' !" to me aud ie.c" I can I Stanford, the county seat of Lincoln, is a pros it both to the buyer perous nine cuy 01 aooui i,jou innao.iauis ana IS P. "'" St.nferd, Ky. the great doorway from the North and Northat the Myers House. east South and from the Northwest to outheast, and standing as it does gating right Into the boa- ...TAKE THE om of the undeveloped mountains of Southeastern s an ti find Kentucky backed up by the whole lltuo Grass remedy nro v oiiderfulln tlielr vQectsov QP region ot the State with railroads running through In freelnjj- tho ajatcm of billotuuesa it to all points of the compass, makes it natural!) unci mnlurla. Jv'o on llsinjjin 55 one qf the best located towns In the South for mannfactures and other enterprises of magnitude ahould bo without them. Their mo Water Works are now being agitated and right prevents nttneka of chills nud fever, ultoue the town about! V of n mile vm I lift T pyTi41 ijOnSSaflatVaW) tluubaeue, bllloug colic, and elves -there could be erected Water Works with very OiJouiSVIllt WtnXtjHTCHICACOnrg ir thoayatomstrenirth to resist nil tho little cost that would supply a city of 1511,000 inerllsofan unhealthy nnd impure at-- 1 habitants with the purest and best water in the uiosphere. Kleantly aucnr-coatcworld Our little city has been newly rebuilt in Irlce, 25c. Onlce, 3U I'urk 1'lare, N Y. the last few v ears ami ita business houses aril res. idences will compare with larger cities of greater Uur merchants and tradesmen are pretensions LINE TO all prosperous and doing well. We have two I. M. BRUCE. J. H. YEAGER 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 large brick building, with o er 100 pu And pill in attendance and under the principal. hip ot .11, llulioaru, is in a frol.J We also have a Seminarynourishing acondithat is good tion. school, wilh Prof II F. Illakcmanat its head. We Highest cash market price paid haveone of the best Public School buildings ic STANFORD, KY. this scctionof the State, with oer 100 puptls in And for Tho above firm went Into effect July tst and re- attendance, and with other good prisate schools, spectfully asks a share of the patronage of the you sec our school facilities are excellent We have elegant church bullntiigs, representing public. every denomination, with a full corps 01 ministers of flas class talent and are doing i better business NEW RIGS AND HORSES than any class of men in the city, Firest and best I have tried to maks this statement at facts, and Parlor Cai . enVestlbulcd Uuffet Sleeping Can &;., at all trains, Have been purchased and tiothluc but it without anv exaggeration or coloring, as those No change of cars, bes't accommodations, nuick-eturnouts will leave the stable. who know will bear no out, and those who wish time and lowest rates. to buy pleasant homes at lair prices and locate For information address people wun an ine Dest surround amonir'aco logs, would do well to call and see me before purcIAS. DARKER, G. P. S tyr STANFORD, KY. 37 hasing elsewhere p. w. o. , Pullman Palace Car Knoxvilk to Cincinnati without chauge, ionnection made with all trains North and North-e- .t at Grand Central depot, Clociuusti, All trains onnect at Cot rj son, Tetia., with, M & CuasbrriaBU Gap RaUroatt trails, tu and from Tate Spring, and I.e pnns. '1 hrnug-tickets on tale it City Ticket office street and Depot lickot osBce, foot W.-- ,i Mam si reel. Knoxvllle. tor any Information as to routes, etc., ap' ply to W. A. IILV, Actiac Gen'l Agt,, HKXRV A SMITH, lite Ticket Anst enitig ot Ilrain, causing insanity, misery, decay, death, Premature Old Age, Harrenness, I.os of kamville, Teun. Power in either sev, Impoienc), Lucorrhaa and all Female Weaknesses, involuntary Losses, ou-t-- J hy f biain, Self A month's Abuse, treatment lor $5 bv mill We guarantee six boxes t ft, six cure Each order for siv t ox-- s vsittifswiil send written guarantee to refuni it cured Guarantees issued niiiy l y A R Penny Druggist ind sole r Stanford, Kj ?? '" ,": MUdicaboro IxHiisvillc.. laos pm Ouop 7 11 49 a m y 11, m REAL ESTATE AGENT a m 00a w Stanford, l.- jfrJLmtJt, n-. over-eerti- or tail-rua- p,.. rot, 1 - , -s nt a.-eti- i'-iv- 9 QGOOOO0OO m in U .3 Clj o WILLIAM c.i. outh-ealer- n .1IOKELAND, .. ... TUTT'S LsvGa" nntl-mnlnrl- nl b EK A 11 Td l'J",,, Q Wr- l'n - A Malarial Regions J ? w 9 three-fourt- hs o oo S3 THE WORLD'S FAIR a-s- n i BRUCE & YEAGER, mu, r::3 m mi mm, ieCICAGe'9 poa,ts WFiST Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, M. F. -- first-cla- BLKIN & CO., st Give them a Call. crushd. A.;rax. rA,