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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892072601 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. Hjfw(y ,V Semi Weekly Interior vol. xx. LANCASTER, GARHARD COUNTY. -- Father DANVILLE. , Journal NO. 43 STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JULY 26. 1892. CHURCH AFFAIRS. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. , Brady, of the Catholic' Coal is selling at 0 cents a Joe Severance will preach at the A largo crowd from here attended church, hold services it Sotnotset last Christina church at 11 o'clock Sunday livered. fair. tlie Htchmond J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. morning. Blackberries "have been plentiful at Tills is county court day and in the Sunday. Mr. J. II. Eiiglcmau, of the Farmers The General Association of Colored ten cents a gallon. farmers aid all busy, n email crowd Is 1892. Bank, has gone to Martinsville to trv Baptists In Kentucky will meet at RichThe Laurel County Teacher? Instl-- ; iu town. pull tctth "without the baths for rheumatism. -mond, August 10. tute convenes hero this week. A it nu who can Fall corps r.f Conservatory and N'ormhl 5chu.il tea hen. uerl'ir c.jjr'ti in Literature, MuIe acd Mr. Newton llhlard and Miss MlBsie George Jackson has a big new boy An Excellent onrdinz department dialogues and irrular furniihed on application. The Lexington Transcript says that causing tho slightest aeho or pain" na? Ann Rowsuy, both of this county, were ' Nath Woodcock, one of Bro. Barnes . at his house and was, celebratiag the hero lnt week raking in tho shekels. nuui-b- ar married at tho Clemens House Saturday first converts, is thlnkitig of joining the j event Saturday. Mrs. J. M. Uiatt eutertained a girl of Dan A little three year-ol- d of youug folks Saturday night in hon evening by Rev. J. S. Kendrick, of tho j ministry. j Christian church. The latest count gives the entire ; Hatcher, living out of town, died last or of MifH Stio Lnyton, of Ciiiuinnati. OPENS SEPT. 14, 1892. Miss Carrie B. Tutt and Mr. Ben ' membership of all the various Presbyto-- , Thutsdav of cholora infantum. Tho first piano made by Jonas of tu ly a fol!i .ir proleiiors and imtr .cto, eight , Twouty-!v- n Asricultnral, Scientific Mrs. Thos. I'ridetnore, whose bus- - Ullfijital. Chicltering was iu 1823 and was sold for Richardson were married by R-J. L. rian Churches iu the United States at 1,- Clll Ln?intrin . Mef haniril Knirii nn?. Velrrtnnrr. f!i.iIrnl. V.irmal Srnw1 fmm.w band died just after last circuit court, nppointewrceUel free oft jilon. Hoard in It is now in tho possession of Allen, Friday oveniny, nt tho residence 278,815. Si per week; in private families $3.50 to $4. of tho bride's mother, on the Lebanon. The pocond annual session of the parsed away last Friday nnd was buried For eatalocuei apply to JAS K. PATTERSON, Ph. D-- , Pres., Lexington, Ky. George Chickering. for a pike, near the toll gate nearest to Dan Bible Institute of the Baptist Church Saturday. Hev. J. It. Tercy leaves to-dw ill be held at Williamsburg from tc to his relatives In In- ville. throe weeks' visit KiTox JlllThas'" beenTeXV. Mewrs. Noel, Breckinridge and Saiif day to Aug. 4. e from diana. There will bo no preaching at Middle-bor- o Tho News siys that troiiizd by tlie whites hero during the the P.osbytorian chinch next Sunday or ley spoke at Perryvillo Saturday and each of them thoroughly convinced a Rev. George 0. Barnes will begin a poet week. the Sunday following of the sovereigns that he was a lug iu the Opera House there July 2U. Col. V. Boreiiiir, Georce Kaufer, Ad. Your correspondent acknowledges C. ' Reese and Charley Baker havs shaved the receipt of an excellent photograp.i "fUtteu" niiu to be the next circuit They will be the guests of Mr. J. 1'. difer. their whiikersnnd moustache clean this of his old friond and companion, Dr. Rev. W. II. Stewurt, who left the week and all look like new people. Four candidates ato out for town Mntthow David Logan, of Boyle. The Mrs. Ency Williams and S. A. Love-- 1 dootor Is ouo of nature's noblemen and marshal at Junction City A. J. Evans, j pulpit two years ago to become presi-ThomGardner, Win. Tuttle nnd 0. B. dent of Biiroa College and resigned that lace took their Sunday-Schoclasses to hh friends who wish him many more ' years upon tho earth are to be found in Helm. After taking legal advice the position recently, will go to his old home the Falls last Friday and had an enjoyatrustees will hold tho election in August in Toronto, Cinad.i.wliere ho will preach ble time. There were between "Qnud all parts of tho State. and edit tlie Christian nt Work. With 40 littles ones in the crowd. The game of lmo ball piny od bore as usual. Miss Dora 1). Tuttle and Mr. G. II. his usual desire to take care of his Friday afternoon between the Nicholas-villuThe motto of the Middlesboro News and Iineasters rusiilled In n victo Kelly, both of.function City, was mar- - friends, Col. E 1'olk Johnson suggests is. "i beg you, when you pitch your tent pitch it among the living aud not the' ry for the latter by a score of 13 to I. riod Thursday evening at the home of Judge W. M. Beckr.er for tho vacancy. Towards the close of tho game young the bride's fathei, Judge F. S. Tuttle. j dead." This is evidently h warning to FARM AMD TRADE ITEMS. those who contemplate moving to that Mr. Musters, of tho Nicholasvilhi, had Mb Julia B. Cation, of tho West End,! Palo Alto, entor Stanford's famous place. his eye painfully iujnrHl by one of the near Salt river, and Mr. W. R. Renfro, of Fayette county, were married Friday stallion, is dead. E. K. Wilson, of this place, has been Irtys accidentally striking him. Foil Sam:. (rood, gentle buggy and appointed presidential elector on the re Friday's Intkiiiok Jol'Iinaui were evening at the home of the bride's mothsaddle horse. Apply o A. R. Penny. carried by on the Kentucky Central er, Mrs. Ktjxxbtith E. Catron. Wanted At once, a lot of stock publican ticket for the 11th congression , Mr. John Helm, who lives near ,,... inn i .i "on tin on ball" and went to Richmond. It vvaiUi,, al district. Nanoleon Bonnnarte Hnves ami Mr. Wilson will make a team that is ttue that Richmond is only '' miles Junction City, died Saturday morning, j Moreland. W. H. Wilkinson, of Ca3ey, bought wji uian. the mountains reverberate, from here, but it took tho entire day for He was wry ilUevoral months ago and j il- l- ti,e .ti 0f whicb, Ac, Ac. the aforesaid "cannon ball" to make the it was though', he would die every day of Henry Sandidge three ' lies at $PV. Jake Bell, Jr , who has been a citi- round trip. A good ox team could bunt for a week or more. He rallied, howev short-hor- n good year-olbull 7en nt tj,r9 pai:; for 80me tjme nnj w j,0 the. time made by the great and only er, was able to go about everywhere and ... I A .... c '2... DEPARTMENTS: . - O Lord) K. C. railway. until a few days njo he seemed to (thank tho , cmie here from Davton, Ohio, has been Mathematics, Erqliah, History, Latin, Greek, German, French, habit of whipping his wife and Mr. John Bogie, a fanner of this nearly well. Tho cause of his death was pnI. ., .. ,),) .M nn,i M ,mp in the Natural Sciences, Metaphysical Sciences, Piano, Violin and Vocal county, was lie'ore Judge Hemphill Sat- a dioeapo of the stomach, the piecise1 ,i1iir..(t i,,ftiri, vMiriim. imi.L-- a irave her a threshing last Wednesday s could Giveus A Carter, McKinnoy, Ky. Ho Wt Wednesday night just iu time' Culture, Art and Criticism. urday charged with evading a toll gite. character of which the physic-ionbt Foil Sai.k. Breeding Ewes of all to save himself from a similar treatment Accommodations for thirty young ladies in Boarding Department, It seems that Bogie's farm lies on both not say with certainty. e Friday Win. McKee, white, was sent 'kinds and in any number. Price to by indignant citizens. and he had a gate elder of the Terms reasonable. v imam .nore- J for 27 days for a sun uie purcnasers. Marriage license have been on one side and a pair of bars on the to the work-hom- e land opens bept 6. 1S92. catalogue or other informa- othorand would use the side moat con- breach of tlie pence. Same day John tothe following parties during the hot! . Nest term the I'nncipal. Foit Sale. IV) good ewes, 7 or S good tl0 address full blooded month of July: Jack Bustle and Mnttie venient to Ids destination. After hear- Thomas, colored, 10 days for gaming and bucks and a 'J year-oling the testimony Judge Hemphill lined Amanda Bright and Cally Haliy lined $3 Durham bull. Inquire at thlaolllce. Sincleton: D. L. Jones and Fannie Ad- The watermelon privilege at the ams; Thos. Gee nnd MollieElliton; J. B. for abusive language. Saturday each the defendant $10. Miss Helen Thurmond, of Stanford, Mollie Embry was sent up seven days Columbia Fair sold for $30. The fellow Collier and Mollie P. Hatcher; Jnrvis for taking a coat belonging to Win. Car who got it 111111 think the coons will be Johnson and Margaret McCowan; W, F. Mrs. Uriah Simpson. Mi is ' Carter and nna Woddle. Beckie Pope, of Boyle, is tho guest of penter nmfeoutting it to pieces because out in force. The Elkwoort stock farm, near Mid- The following lias been banded to Miss Mamie Sweeney, Prof. Merritt, he, so she said, owed her 50 cenU. way, the property of Capt. Kidd, has me: "The picnic of the season will be 5 the bund teacher, has arrived and is A. J. proprietor of rord l Ho- - buen sold to Hiram Berry at ?l)t an acre, given by the L. A N. R. R. employes at Dealers In boarding at Mr. Malcom Tillett's. Miss Richmond, Va., has tiled suit . of or a total of S33.S40. Besjio Burnsido is visiting Miss Sue tel, Dillioii on Tuesday, 2(ith inat. A speThe Wheeler Handicap was won at cial train will be run from Stanford and Miss KIM Dunn, of Bryants-ville- , ejectment against his sou, B. W., who is Herring aud Miss Ballon, of Stanford, are in possession of Castleton Stock Farm, Washington Park by Van Huron, who Corbiu. The London Reed aud Brass the best time for Baud will furnish music for the occasion the guests of Misi Mimio Xoel. Mrs. near Lexington, which has created a big went H miles iu spending sensation. It seems that Mr. Ford, who the distance this Foason. and will como to Stanford on the night Jacob Joseph and children are Tom Metcalf, who recently went to train to escort the delegates from that few days with friends at Buckeye. was quite wealthy, niada over all of his a f Miss West, of Lexington, Is visiting Miss property to his wife a number of years farming in Jeiniine, has caught onto point." Mrs. Mamie Catching, who has been ago, to keep from pjying a $0,000debt in- the business pretty well. From l.0 acres The folio wincr erod ho are 'oi'ijr to close out Pattio Brtszley. Miss Katie Liudraui is ' ll'ttK tiur II oil 1 It it Du().t-'l- t in tlik t'ae guest of her sister, Mrs. V. G. Dun-la- y, curred in the rentingoftheEutaw Hotel, he thieshed 3,450 bushels of wheat. A ill (lie wuiuii m hi iivi miouv ovi- months, returned Thursday and will at Camp Nelson. Judge Walton Baltimore, which failed to pay. Some pretty bik yield. time after tins Mrs, Ford aud her bus The Kentucky Stallion Representa probably remain for awhile. Mrs. Geo. improving Easou scorns to be slowly from The old time August election is a bind disagreed about the property and tive Stake for ioals of IS!)2 has uoen in T. Farris and family have returned extended visit in Garrard county. tiling of the past, and tho floater is a ' a separation followed. Shoitly after the creased from $r,000 to a guaranteed an It will pay you to see them if you need anything in the list: mourner in oonsequenco thereof. To say tmnsferof his property Mr. Ford bought Uiake of not less than JS0.OQ0. This Col. Silas Adams, of Casey, was iu Lou don Friday, shaking hands right nnd left the OatJtlelon Farm aud put his son to n nolnllect foals of 1SDI. the leaf t of it, tlie distribution of greeii Tlie Jessamine Journal tells of a and if Uolson and Wilson keep up their All light Dress Good-- , including Pine Dress Patterns, backs and nhiny dollars has been post- live on it. Since then he has had a groat tight, the Col. will have a big majority melancholy days of au- deal of trouble wiih his family, and it number of crops of wheat in that poned until the Organdies, Swisses. Chal!ie., Canton Crepes, some time ago by Mrs. Ford ty that aver$d 10 bushels to the acre. iu Laurel for the nomination. Judge J. tumn. Xeverthelers the candidates go , Brnndonburgli Cloth, Pine Apple Tissue, Cotton Challies; Hazelrig--'of Mt. Sterling, candidate about the streets and tho voice of the tiling a Hint to have him removed Irom l( issellim: there at 70 cents and it is II. the position of trustee of the estate, estimated that the crop will bring ?270 foi judge of the court of appeals, wns oliice seeker is heard iu tlie bind. Hand here last Thursday making friends with Gents' Puff Shirts, Ladies" and Misses Shoes, shaking is the order of tho day and will which placo he has held ever since he 000 into the county. deeded her the property. Site failed to JohnS. Withrow sold his crop of all he met. The judge was accompanied Ladies' Waists, Ladies' ready made Underwear, probably be kept up until tho day after Mr. Hocker, who importance of hand- gain the suit and now Col. Ford is trying barley, about l.oOO bushel.-- , to Liugart, bv his brother the election. The including Gowns skirts, Corset Covers, &c: shaking iu a political contort cannot to net even by having his sou re- of Lexington, at 5ti cents delivered iu claims that Hazelngg can beat Judge ' Also a splendid line of light Wraps. moved from the farm lie bought for that city. His crop yielded an average Holt with hatuN tM. Tho man that A good, well be overestimated. him. Ono of Mr. Ford's daughters 0 .jj bushels per acre. Midway Clip- - can !hiU Holt ih th man we want. shake la well pump-handlr, calculated to impre&s tho voter with tho is divorced and tho other, who marribd A P. M. With an Eye to Wind-war- d friend, at Mr. Jolin T. Herndon, of Fayette, isnow Jo Phillips sold to Mattingly' rs!C5CT?rJ'i-,:r?.x- r. tasasg res crrrTOKiTyfxufy.y'jr-aTT?- ! fact that the candidate is his (To the Edilor interior Journal ld mare -- Some months after the election and suing for a divorce. Our Virianm read- - jSimms A Co., W Ji-lall events until MiDDl.tsBoito, that the man who desires his vote is or will bo esjieeially intrestod in this mules at SloU to b deliverml in August, ago your London corespondent boasted the rlnost bunon" of of having tho cleveiest republican P. M. yjE Tiiis is said to giving a considerable amount of Ids item, for Mr. Fonl is widely known. UBiyfcBB far Fc j Kentucky. Lubanon Enter- ..I I ..lM II niules in .. time to tlie contemplation of scheme in the State, and we were rather inclin1110 .11 itiAii vsnin. ui. 'Pflll f ltIJ 1111 fa At... . ..mi inn pri'-e- . wu way ourtelveF, until our visit to fair company of- - ed that . .1.... .1... I...... I dlinl.u nni Illufl Ira. . J0rt Owens is a prominent voting farm The Harrodt-bur,v. .v.... .. IHfl Willi 111U lllllin niiunio this place. Now wo will wager a water.. . II, aim,, . 1.. .. 1. mmtli.ii.n itr himr lliiin terei a oeu room set 10 u.e ui.M. e ..u melon that tlie P. M. at this placo will qnentnftertho election is no reason hundreds of dollars .. . . in endeavoring - to ,..nili.i mnrriwl in the ernnd stand ...i -, . wav caniihinios snouiu iu ruuauicu, wear the Pearls, from this fact In the .. :.... niul u i.. riinviT from linn-mw a pair irom t. i" iuii ..:....:.!.,.! front window of his oliice hangs a large ic:miiiiuiu i. nunivu nni most of them have more important year ago was ho low that a report ot his takiug it. The cere- hand-paintthings to attend to and are doubtless death reached the editor of the Winne tiu.ir jntntiou of photo, of Grover Clevemony will o:cur on the 'J7th in the am from bitch glad to bo able lu get a rest land, with this inscription; "The bago ProfsXcws. An obituary of Mr. phitheatre arduous service. Probably no aina in Owi'iis appeared in that paper and President of tlie United States." I haH was! The Paris Kentuckiau says Monroe j I Cantorla cures Colic, Constliwtlon, "CutorUlaMwcUadArtedtochUdrenthat the history of tho world shook hands read by him. While in this condltiou ed for a moment and thought: riuht you Knur s.tiii!i.ifh ninrrhrwi. 4'J r e..fl M ttcre, 0f wheat aver.ig-- d It superior to any prvscripUon with as many people as General Grant, he begin taking Dr. Miles' Kills Worm, she tlevj), and promote di P. M., but what would Bon say I recommend " a M. JJ., Restorative bushels and he sold it to the Paris Mill are, Mr. II. A. Akcuih, Isovrn to mo restion. and it is known that while ho never de- Remedies aud in a short time was a well J. if he should paBs by" N, Y. Without iujurious medication. Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, ing Co. at 70o. These mills have bought clined to follow the custom, he never man. Says he never felt better than SO.OOO bushels of wheat 07 to 70c. Moses Tac Ccntavr Cospant, 77 Murray Street, H. Y e cleared 'n,Q Louisville theless considered it tiresome and to now. Kahn shipped lOJ held of export cattle S217.102.31 durinc the last hVal year. some extent useless. The European to Boston and New York. Theyaverag-- t A sympathetic oculist of Nashville custom of bowing or UBing a simple 4 word of recognition as "good morning" kissed a patient when she cried simply ed about 1,500 potiuds and cost from 'so ho says, and she men- to 5c. r "good evening" would seem to be to soothe her, amply sullleiont. It is diflicult to tell tioned the fact to her fa titer, as girls are MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. W which is tho most disagreeable, a cold apt to do. As a result the sympathetic Alonzo Baker and Miss Elizabeth shake or ono 'that crunches tho bones oculist received a call from the irate pawore marho that you are glad tobe releasod. Tho rent, who, to soothe his own milled Turner, both of the East End, by Judge W. E. cQwhid-iug- , ried at the court-hou) old custom, however, will doubtless be feelings, administered a severe and now the Rock City is wrestliug Varnon, Friday. kept up as long as Kentucky's seal reshall keep constantly on During the year 1S92 I James F. Grinstead, a well-knomains unchanged with its motto: "Uni- with a social sensation. Post. stock of hand a full and complete biuiness man iu Louisville, has jiiBt ted wo stand; divided we fall." A private of the Pennsylvania wooed and wou his attractive type-wr- i , ' ;Wd,.! Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 6tli, M ' I ' STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. - -- $-- 76. j ay (bf, Jl&AlLAdJ J CU(U)lUiL j j meet-majori- ty San-judg- e. J. LANCASTER, KY., GORDON, B. S., President. ifiaf ilL , j ol s -- ,,,,. .,.i ' j ; d b"' ,' , ZJ '.,. 1 .....,.... ; ; toll-hous- -- I-- d vi-itl- ng SHSVEHANCE Boots and Shoes, Carpet fyc & SON9 , Dry Goods and Notions, Gents' Furnishing' Goods, 'Reg araiess s of : U o St. couu-culminat- in-la- j e two-yar-o- y '-2. i 1 I . 1 jni 1 L !. iriJtty "4tiCBnBi ...,,, i T ... ;" i. ,..i. - ed iiet for Infants and Children. Knit-tatio- ft ' post-otlic- rWl se PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER A. R. Our Danville correspondent mentions the death of John T. Helm, fainil-iarl- y known as "Big John," because of bis height nnd weight. His death was caused by peritonitis and ho bore his Bufferings manfully. A wife only him. Ho was 153 years of age. William K. Vanderbllt's steam yacht Alva was run down and sunk by tho steamer B. F. Dimock, off Pollock, It. I., lightship, but Mr. V. and hia friends ea raped; loss ?o00,000. eur-vlves troops at Homestead, whoshouted when he heard of the shooting of II. O. Frick, was suspended by the thumbs for 30 minutes, by the colonel's orders, and was taken down unconscious. Later ono side of his head was shaved, ho wns stripped of his uniform aud drummed out of camp. The town of Iron River, Mich., was almost totally destroyed by lire and 500 people wore forced to sleep iu cars that night. The l038 is $200,000. ter. Tlie marriage took place iu Cincinnati. Because his father threatened to disinherit him, Ed Hintou deserted hia prospective bride, Miss Gay Brent, a daughter of the Superior Judge, of Paris, Ky. The young lady is prostrated. The largest county in the United States is San Bernardino county, California. It is over 400 miles long and half that distance in width. ' POWDER Absolutely Pure Tarter Baking Powder Highest of ail in leavening strength Lalctt United State Govcruutent Food Ileport. ROYAL BAKING POWDERCO . A Cream of 106 Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. Toilet Articles JEWELBX Glass, Books, My stock of WATCHES, CX.OCXCS & I Wall street, New York. assure my customers of Is larger and better selected than e.ver and prompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas U t A. R. PfiNNY. jJALTOn 111 ciuirge. ) (. v . to' Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal . Jv.y2C.1S92 A NUMncKofSdiutors. heided by that 8tanfoiu,Ky., w. p. walton. In answer to a question propounded by a West End render, who, by the way, reads at eome onu elso's expense since he stopped taking the paper because we do not emlor.se all the wild eyed schemes of the impracticable prohibitionist, ttiough a prohibitionist personally, we will say that our statemeut with reference to the election law is correct. It provides that no party bIuiII have its candidates voted for at a general election unless that party cast as mnch as two percent, of the total vote of the State at the previous election. The reason of this is obvious. Under the new-lathe State provides all the ballots and other necessary adjuncts to voting and as the expense will be very great, our law makers do not think it necessary to increase it by printing ballots and books for every little squad of people calling themselves a party. The law provides, however, ami we stated it in plain enough term), that any candidate's name will be put on the ballots and books provided that a petition signed by 1,000 voters accompanies theapplication. This gives our prohibition friends two chances: Either they must cast 2 per cent of the vote, wnieh is small enough certainly, or they must hustle and get 1,030 names each for the candidates they want to vote for. If they mean business it will be easy enough for them to do the latter, since they failed at the last election to do the former. It ia only candidates for State offices who have to have 1,000 names to their petitions to be placed on the books and ballots; for Congressmen only 400 is required; for county officers, legislators, circuit judge and Commonwealth attorney, 100, and precinct others 20. See sec. S, art. 3 of the election law. slippery individual, Dvo Smith, and as sisted by those other BweeMcemeu scrubs, Goebel and Mulligan, rushed through a clause to retain tho auditor's agent feature iu tlie revenue bill hy n resort to the most unparliamentary and disgraceful proceeding ever enacted in any deliberative body, not excepting Reed's inenairerie. Goebel was put in the chair and carried through his part of thoprogramtiii with au audaciousuess rarely witnessed. The people are tired of the auditors agent fraud and this ac tion will serve to accentuate their feelings against it and kill the lovely trio politically as dead as dor nails. Ji. RcssiAN Jew printer named Berk-ma- n attacked II. C. Frick, manager of the Carnegie Steel Works, in his office at Pittsburg and shot him twice in the neck and stabbed him several tunes. was captured nud The taken to jail, when a dynamite shell was found in hia mouth. Berkman is a rabid anarchist and is not supposed to be connected with the strikers in any way. The law should make quick work of him. There is no place in this country for assassins but at the end of a rope attached to a beam. wouW-baassisi- in red-hand- AnniTHATons sca'ed tho lee of Helm & Bruce in the case of tho State against the Louisville Water Works from $23,000 to $17,500, which is about ten times as much as they should have been allowed. This firm has for years fattened ofl the public treasury through the partial- ity, as the Covington Commonwealth Hewitt, and it is avera, of high time that it was let out. Su6h fees as they have charged and collected are a little less short of highway robbery. itor Laughing men all over the country are learning that protection does not protect them and that the McKinley hill was designed to help such men as Carnegie at their expense. Ho is not only protected in his profits by that bill, but the State of Pennsylvania ia now protecting his property at a cost of $21,000 a dty to the people. If the Homestead inThere was no trouble to get a man to cident does not make democrats out of In every workmen, they are blind to manage the democratic campaign. fact tho supply of willing material was interest. very large and in striking contrast to The juice of a tooth has been fixed at tho republicans, who tried a dozen men betore one would stick. This shows the $500 by an Atlanta jury. During the relative feelings of confidence of the two recent prohibition fight there a barparties and presages victory for ours. keeper named Miner whom Sam Small As predicted. W. F. Harrity, of Phila- had spoken roughly of in a speech, delphia, was chosen chairman of the jumped on him in a barber shop and National democratic committee unani- knocked out one of Lis teeth. Small mously and as the nomination was made sued the fellow for $3,000 damages and by Hon. V. C. Whitney it would seem a jury has just given him $500. Miner to have the official Btamp of Mr. Cleve- made no defense or the judgment might land. Simon P. Sbeerin, of Indiana, was have been more. secretary, and Robert B. The proposition to raise $0,000,000 for Roosevelt, of New York, was made treasa now system of water works was deexurer. It was decided to appoint an feated in Cincinnati by 11,000. They ecutive committee of 25 members, a have enough water there. It ia beer campaign committee of nine, and an want and a better quality of whin-I- s advisory board. The question of estab- thev v. lishing western headquarters at Chicago came up, but was postponed. NEWSY NOTES. even-person- The election of a democratic president At Saginaw, Mich., James Cockbnrn this year will restore democratic princi- is alleged to have died from Asiatic cholples in National affairs, put an end to era. Billion-dolla- r Congresses and other ex The flour mills of New York city travagances, bury that most monstrous have combined with a capital of blow at free elections, the force bill, reduce tho tariff to a revenue basis, eo as not to enrich the few at the expense of the many, bring expenditures to the limit of the necessities of government economically administered and restore prosperity and confidence aver the whole country. These are things that the election of Grover Cleveland will accomplish and it behooves every p itriotic citizju to do his utmost to make that election sure. A united democracy can do it and all sigus point to the fact that it intends to is again in6tee that Mr. Cleveland stalled in the White House. Cleveland and Stevenson were photographed together and separately in New York. Twelve men lost their lived by an explosion of gas in a coal mine near Pottaville, Pa. The Middlesboro company whipped from Louisville in a sham battle at Harrogate. Dr. J. L. Massie, who waylaid and kil'ed Jesse Honaker, in Owen county, was let off with a life sentence. The longest straight stretch of railroad without a curve ia on the Argentine Pacific, from Buenos Ayrea to the foot of the Andes, 211 miles. Mt. .Etna is doing her best to draw a crowd to Italy. She is in act've eruption and throwing lava right and left. Some of the shocks are felt for 50 miles. The president has issued a proclamation requesting the observance of Oct. 21 aa ageueral holiday in honor of the 400th anniversary of the discovery of America. Butterflies to the number of 150,000 will be shown in the Pennsylvania exhibit at the World's Fair. The collection is said to be the most complete and finest iu the world. A beer war is imminent in Cincinnati and the citizena are happy. Five of the largest brewerie8 have reduced the price from fS to $7 and the others will go them one better. The railroads operating in Mississippi gave in an assessment of $1S,000,000 for taxation and the railroad commissioners raised it to $47,000,000. Tho L. & N. caught it for more than a million. A plan for indorsement by the democrats of tho people's party presidential ticket in Colorado is said to have been approved by Mr. Cleveland and other prominent Eastern democratic leaders. There is a strong probability that this week will close the present session of Congress. Most of the differences between the Senate and Houbo havo been adjusted, except in regard to the Fair approptiation. At Redding, Cab, John D. and Chas. H. Rugglea, brothers, who robbed the Redding stage, killed the express messenger and wounded the driver and a passenger, were taken from jail and lynched by a mob of about 40 men. y Rev.T. P. Dudley, Jr. preached a good missionary sermon at tho Baptist church Sunday. Ho is to lovo shortly to work among the heathen in India. It is estimated that the So railnnils which outer Chicago will expend $110,- 000,000 in increasing nud Improving their equipment and facilities for transporting World's Fair visitors and freight. In tho democraticcongressional convention of tho 0th Arkansas district 303 ballots have been taken without a nom ination. Col. R. H. Cro.ckett, grandson of Daw Crockett, is the leading candi date. A syndicate of capitalists are the purchase of Daughters College. They propose to run it as a school during the fid I and winter and as . a summer resort from June to beptem-berSayings. Congressmen Babbitl, of Wisconsin, and Page, of Rhode Island, made an odd bull wager. Babbitt bet a bhort-hor- n of clams that Cleved against a land will curry both Rhode Island and Wisconsin. At a picnic at Grand Island, N. Y , Simon Jacobs allowed men to throw base balls at his head at 5 cents a threw. One of tho balls, thrown by Henry Cook, struck him on the forehead ann killed him almost instantly. The Carnegie Steel Company will post notices at Homestead guaranteeing work and protection to all men' employed since tho lock out. It ia thought this will break tho ranks of the strikers and cause many to return to work. Hon. W.J.Stone, the nominee for governor of Missouri by the democrats, is a Kentuckian, born in Madison cotfn-t- y, in 1S4S. While in Congress for three terms he displayed fine abilities and is one of tho best of democrats. Tho 750 employes of the Carnegie steel mill at Duquesne, Pa., havo struck, out of sympathy with tho Homestead workmen. They express a determination not to return to work until an adjustment of the troublo at Homestead. The exhibit to be male at the World's Fairly Krupp, tho celebrated German gun maker, will represent an The largett expenditure of ?l,o00,000. cannon ever made, weighing 122 tons will be in the exhibit, as will bo also several hundred tons of war material. Mrs. J. Hooker Hanunersley, of gave birth to a child last week, which if alive ?when the Duchess of Marlborough dies ho will inherit the 7,000,000 left by Louis C. Hammendey, whose widow the duchess was before she was allied to the nobility. The production of pig iron in this country for the half year ending Juno SO, 1S92, waa 5,374,0 13 tons, against V 501,175 tons in the bIx months ending Dec. 31, 1S01. This small falling otT in 1S92 ia remarkable in view of tho depressed condition of the iron market since the beginning of this year. of Andrew D. White, University and formerly United Cornell States Minis' er to Germany, has been appointed Minister to Russia. A. Loudon Snowden, Minister to Greece. and Servia, is transferred to Spain anil Truxton Beale. now minister to Persia succeeds Mr. Snowden. , Gov. McCreary'srepolution express-in,cvtmiutliv (ny tliA Russian Jews in their distress mid authorizing the pres-idont "to use his good offices to induce its the Russian Government to mitigate Helaws and decrees respecting Riwian brews," was defeated. Mr. Butler could not see the necessity for this government to meddle with the affairs of other nations and by filibustering carried his point. mmmmmmmmmmmmmm Oi'R papers failed to reach a number last Friday, owing to some of carelessness, and we are going to body's find where the fault lies. car-loaNew-YorRou-man- ia 1 post-office- LAWNS, SHELBTVILLE.Kr.An Itngllih and Clnts-IcAnnual School fur Girt. Sixty-eightBeinlon oticiirf Wednf iUy, Kept. ?lh. ifcji. for Wellciley W. T. POYNTEII. ITeirci h al H O I THEY MUST GO O I NLY 4 1- -2 cents a yard this week Worth Irom $5 to Si6 per suit. Xicc line cheap pants worth from Si. 25 to Si. 75. A few more pairs of Ladies' Shoes in broken sizes. All the above goods must be closed out regardless of cost; so call and examine goods and get prices. Full line Fruit Jars in stock. SUITS, s 3 L r.'H. p i o O e. 1 M Men's medium and light weight Underwear, ii fancy, Knit and Baltaiggan. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. I S It ra ; m : aw 3 3 3 c - 3 C5P M 2, o CO n 1 . Sc- 3:? n 5 O O CD ' c--t- a tr CO CO : or 3 B Shoes 4 t x. - f", 1 ? n3 2. CD H 1? z r sd w B 5" 3 Very low Prices in Departments. FRUIT JABS. JELLY GLASSES, qk I1IA Hkz Tops, Rubbers, Sealing Wax, Tin Cans and Preserving' Kettles MULLS, -- At- FARRflS & HARDIN S. at Cost. (aL-"lK- igbt and dark colorsi s wto1gaito Is Receiving: His H.6.RUPLEY,- - Low Cut Spring wllifW i & Summer Goods Gc me call. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. w E ..AT - AT OQIST, B. K. I W.H.WeareiVs. 5 I I B r i Garden Tools, Rakes, Hoes, Spades, Shovels, Traces Collars, Pads, J fames, Leonard RefHer- a tors, While Mountain Freezers, Water Coolers, mJkm T1 C s In hia speech of acceptance of the nomination, Mr. Cleveland said this among other sound and sensible things: "We see the farmer listening to a delusive story that fills his mind with advantage, while his pocket is robbed by the stealthy hnnd of high protection. Our workidgmen are still told the tale, of repeated in spite of its demonstrated falsity, that the existing protective tarifl ia a boon to them, and that under its beniflcent operation their wages must increase while as they listen scenes are enacted in the very abiding place of high prdPction that mock the hopes of toil and attest the tender mercy the workingman receives from those made selfish and sordid by unjust governmental favors." Congressmen who were present at the notification ceremonies in New York, have returned to Washington, full of enthusiasm over the party's prospects in that State. Every faction ia getting together beautifully. Mr. McMillan saya he talked with leading men from all over the State and was told that Cleveland would carry New York by an extraordinary majority. Tim Campbell bays by 76,100. It seems to be the general opinion that a lund slide will occur all over the country. So mote it be. called to the card of that flourishing institution, Garrard College Prof. J. C. Gordon is determined to in- crease even the high standard he has raised it to, till it becomes the peer of any in the land. Attention ia - - - & C. A.Robinson sold to Win. Beazley Bro., of Garrard, SO head of cattle at 4 cents. Lancabteii ICovrt. Yesterday wr s another dull court day at Lancaster and the few who braved the terribly hot weather did nothing savo perspire. No cattle of any consevuence on the market and none were sold publicly. A few milk cows changed hands privately at $15 to $20 and a couple of plug horses broughtSoO and 3l respectively. THE LATfcST NOVELTIES. and aro elliptical. A handsomo brooch ia a largo dragon of diamonds with golden fangs. A now salt caster has cellars formed like beehives for salt and pepper. A crown shaped brooch of diamonds has in tho openings trefoils of rubies. Coins are placed in tho centers of circular purses of gold or silvor chain work. A 1sk lutolv shown represents a crab and a bunch of other marino products inclosed in a net. A silver blotter of tho rocker variety has on each side of tho handlo covered boxes for stamps. A recent holder for a pack of playing cards ia a wido band of silver tied in a bowknot on one side. A glovo buttoncr recently shown is a miniature of a cano with a staghorr handlo. Tho hook ia at tho cmaller end A now cliatclnino ia in tho form of a bird, fanciful in form nnd highl colored. The claws support tho watch. A pearl handled daggor ia partially burioi in tho breast of the bird. Jewelers' "Weekly. T Qi R E wexity Different NOW IS YOUR CHANCE, MY EXTIRK STOCK AT Styles. REDUCED RATES CLOTH Those needing adjusted Watches can get the following movements at prices stated: B. V. Raymond's $iC, No. 50 Llgin $20; No. S6 Elgin S20; John C. Dubcr S14, Hampden; John C. Duber special Si 7, Hampden. Other movements in proportion. All work neatly and promptly done. Call and see me. ROUT. FFNZFL. t r DEDUCED TO 20C JSL TT.SL3RD. SPRING CLOTHING ! OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE VERT LI1TE worth, attention And we can show as nice an assortment as the people have LOUISVILLE STORE. Ever Seen in Stanford. All Styles and Colors of V I Cassimeres, Worsteds and Home-Spun- s. entertained Clove and Tammany Steve the other night, when everything was lovely and the gooae hung high. They aro getting together in New York vote in a way that makea tho electoraldemoEmpire State euro for the of the cratic ticket, Noland, Missouri's defaulting treasurer, wa9 put in stripe Saturday. Dick Tate ia etill at large. Manager, ST-AIfcTIFOIR- , Please Examine and Price Them. ID. ip M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. mffmm wirf m! u in jqjii W i "'U'1 ) 'njM' i'PPHHl'i pIT.'Wpwp -- f , f The Jrought is becoming serious. The picnic, foot ntnl sack races, other attractions are on corn is twisting badly and .the meadows tho programme for Sntnnlay next at nro dry and parched. A hot wavo has Lime anil brick nt tlio lowest price. been bearing down on us too for a week, Green Hriar. Kverybody is invited. July 26. 1S92 stoliicet A Co , Ouenlwim Stanford, Ky., making breathing a dMIicult operation, o. .. . An Otthaok. Tlio White Cap girls at The mercury reached 100 in the shade Yocii nccount U duo hiuI ruddy Hales Well are Bald to have tied Warren cnllnnd settle. I menu yon. A Hockor to a tree and beaten him with yesterday. K,C.WALTON,BUB.ManDKOr II Penny. Tiik other night John Anderson, who many stripes because ho would not prom-i- s was caught in bad company at least MEANS BUSINESS. to mnrrv one of them. Ciiaiilcv OAHTiin is the proiiil father Has a Complete Stock of once before, came to town and sought beauttlnlly and nrtistlcally of "a boy thnt Is a boy'Ult mnile Its ail Tun other day the Louisville Times tho smiles of those tough old negro sindone at A. Jt, penny's. Vent Sntunlny. had n picture of Old Nick looking nt a ners, Lucy Hansford nd Vina Williams. IH'Y your l)ooks ntnl school supplies of : : 1'nor. V. S. lirnrii announces in this thermometer in which the mercury was After leaving them John found "himself all kinds from A. H. Penny. dollais and seeking an ofHavk your wntch, dock anil jewciry M110 thnthe will open the Crab Orrhnrd trying to get out at tlio top and saying, minus , h repaired at A. K. Penny a. AH work "If it gels much hotter on earth I'm go- ficer, lie hail the women arrested. They warranted. . , ing back homo." Yesterday Bettled it, were lodged in jail and tho trial set for Kkmkmiikh thatall silverware, wntcnes. Foil Sale. One second hand War- and tho old scamp went back to hades yesterday morning, but Anderson failed rincs Ac, bonKbt at A. it. Penny s will wick Perfection Safety ISIcycle in good in order to find a cool spot to appear ngaiust them and tho case bo engraved free of chnrue. mm repair, cliwip for cash, at B. K. and W. went over till this afternoon, when AnWk are going to adopt the plan hit derson again failed to nppearand Judge PERSONAL POINTS. II. V enron's. upon by a Western editor to keep sub- Carson, after listening to tho statements Tiikiik will be a Mammoth Cave exC. W. KiciiAMHo.v, of Somerset, was scriptions paid up. It is to invert tlio of the women, which were the most vile(Late Alexander's Hotel.) cursion from Loxinuton for the benellt hero Sunday letters of every delinquent whoso name ly vulgar ever heard in any court room, Mum. W. K. Klms went to of tho Hazel Green school at cS for the Kiiv. and tor oxnmple: "rotiu discharged them. is mentioned, round-triGlasgow yewterday. with special rafea at tlio horotwsnnd wife aro spending a few days Rates $2.50 Per Day. Miss Mannik Altoiu) is back from tel and cave. in Chicago." Every other subscriber Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-HousNEW ADVKRTI.SEJIE.VT.S. Antiistoti on a visit to relatives. HfMi'iiRCY ISkht not drunk at Rich understands what it means and ttiere is Mit. a.nij Miw. Gko. II. Itiircsare sum' mond and expo-in- i; a pistol was arreet-edan- d a grand rush to get right Ride up again. merliiK at Crab Orchard Spring. W. R. LOGAN, A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, lodi;d in jail, whero ho now is Miss Louikk Hailkv bos none- to visit Tut: lumber in tlio amphitliohtre and Manager. J. J. Marshall, clerks. and where lie ought to stay till he nets School will Public The Misi Ktntmi Garranl at Manchester. other buildings on tho fair vrounds was oen Crb OrchardAug ist and High hlfhcr than Jtoiitlx) auhjecU to bo as good a boy as his name implies. Mils. J. M. HviniAiit) has returned sold at auction Saturday afternoon. It th Public sell"! Iiranchet will be taught at a A man diiadvactagc to the llltht ffpenf in Mema. c. SINE J. N.MENEKEX from a protractwl visit to friends Tub model grocer. Mr. A. A. Warren, was bought by different parties at from t result from latr entrance, all thouUI t the opening phis. contributes a romim- - campaign mhij. 45 cents to $1 per hundred feet. As soon thnitelve will have charse of the A competent Mit. T.S. Wkhh, Jit., of Knoxvuie, is which he intends to enter in tho Xew as it is measured ami tho money collect- lower grade.. aittant W. S lJURCH hero to eoo one of Stanford's prettiest York World's $300 prize competition. ed, tho directors will meet and see how Kirls. Both its sentiment and its rhyme are tho enterprise will come out financially. HOTEL AND SALOON Mil. AM) Mil. IIoitACB HltOWN, of good. It looks now as if there will be a toes of AT ROWLAND Cleveland, arrived yebterduy to sue Dr. about $1 per share. It is likely that tho Knights Tomplar Helm. Both dynamos have been received but Miwks Mahy a.ni) A.v.vijc Pickktx. of will go to their triennial conclave at I offer for tale pritateljr uiv frame Hotel and Denver on very cheap ratos. Tho tho engine seems to have gone astray. Shelbyvillo, Ky., aru visiting Miss Ann Saloon at Rowland, which are now renting at S65 ToekM A Snuta Fo announces a It was shipped n ueok ago and a tracer per month It centrally located and a fine point Shanks. Oillce tor btninpM, hem at a trrrrmal point on a divisPnor. M. G. Thomson, of Christian rate of $1- - from Chicago to Denver an J has been sent to nml it. lno wires nro ion of the I, &N i Ithaigood well, (table coal necetary ontbutldingt. Adare$ Collect!, ws here yesterday on route to return, when the agreement who that stretched and the arc lighta hung, so home and otherMAKYC. FERRILU, Stanford MU- a Witt little to do after the the rate should be S'is li. there will be Garranl. -- THEengine is put place except to turn on Notice1 to the Traveling Public. Mita PiiANcas Cowan, of St. Joe, Mo., Mn. II. T. PKNii'd new briek house, tho lights. The ice plant is in place and t have had U tho KMit of Mlea Annlo and Liizle which takes the pluo of the old one on will make its first supply Saturday. The Menefeu. tho Kinic nearly completed. It is water pipes have been laid nearly to THIS SHEL.TON HOUSE Ukv. J. M. Sali.uu and wife and Mrs. two storiei, contains At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and seven rooms and a have in mnneciiun with Hotel one of the best sa- Gaor:i McKinney lmvo been vfbitiiiK hall and is quit1 n hfludsome structure. Rowland. loom in the State, open day and night, a inht Mrs. S. G. Mocker. III connection with Houm! Mu. J. C. I WHENCE suggests the estab- man mct all traln The brick work was done by Cnilg Jack-ma- n best Mineral well in the Matu have alto one ol Miss Lou tfLUorr, wlio has been the of a canning factory here or at and for refereiue the wBier, call on Mr and Mrs to and Mr. 1'ent-- is well Httulied with lishment G W. Patrick. Louuville, Mr and Mrs Floyd guust ol Mibs Allio Hondrlckis roturnwl the job. How land and asks investors to investiErin, lean. A A.Warren, Stanford, Ir. to Souienwt Sntunlay. gate. Such an institution pays hand- U E. I'roctor.C It. Wraum. Mr and Mrs T. W II. Johnton, The .t Nashville is one of somely at Ehzabethtown, besides gives Hamilton. Rowland, Mr. and Mrs K. Ratet ja per Mismm Ada Fahiia and Mattie Hlkin, Has not come and where there is danger of exposing your mizzen New Haven, Jim Cox. GreenO.urit. of Incaster, are finustu of Mbtu Chra the beet rotiitmtiitM in tho country to its the farmers a market for their surplus. dar J M. I'etrev. (.lerk uive me a call mast or exposing your knees, so as To lessen the hours of prayer or J. W CARRIER, Prop employe and there is never any eonse With so large a supply of vegetables ami oiy and Ophwlia getting too seedy to go to church, you can afford to buy one of our J. II KAr.hR. Mirsus Jkan Hii hanan, of Cr.ib Orrh-ard- , in the men fttrikim;. Tlie operators laid fruits as could be gotten and with tine I. M. HRUCi: Summer Suits at our prices and always look dressed. and 15de Miller, of Kiclimond, are their grievance before Goneral Manneor water facilities and shipping advantages, VEAGER, We are determined not to let a man go out who wants a light suit. BRUCE & J. G. Metca'fe, wbo after giving them a there is no reason that such a factory Iliircb. L'ueitts of Mies Missiw Katu ami Pattjk Audkn and patient hearing made a general advance would not pHy even better here. LIYHT, fiED AKD SALS STABLE, Master Kindriek aro vlclling theirgrand of Sf a month in thHr wy, they are alA ooon lady in town was expecting lowed compensation for extra work and .father, Judge Kind rick, at Somomet. STANFORD. KY. Vira grievance committee will bo 'recogniz- co in .u) y on the trnin Saturday and man, Mb Mits. Maiiy W. Hon ai.d And examine; these goods must be sold. The ladies have made a effect J i!y firm crt dressing herself hastily, she started to Tho hcc a harointo the pnironfe "fine ot ginia Howman and Horace, of Lexing- ed. uu . heavy raid on .our thin dress goods the last week, but we have some of tho depot, but just before arriving there public. ton, ari' visiting Mrs. Forostus Held. I.INNUTTA SfKIN'OA ik itl tllO midst of a the prettiest left at those same low prices. Those beautiful GingMu. ani Mrs. G. C. Kei.leh, Jit, are very profitable sanaon. There aro over she found she had on her dress wrong NEW RIGS AND HORSES hams, Printed Indias, India Organdies, Cheverons, Crepons, &c, are attlio Hurrodburg fair this week, the SOgueMd there ami it is the best satis side out. She retraced her steps home- Haebeen purchased and lutbinr but going rapidly. Come now while you can 'get iruestN of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Keller, Sr. fled and happiest crowd wo have seen ward, but before she could make the turnouts will lei.ve the stable Mas. CiiaiilksF. Piiicd, the handsome this season. Oapt. Hichards and his ex. chance hur guest arrived and found out Give wife of Editor Price, ol tho Ixmisvillo celleut wife are utitinug in their ef- tlio dilemma she was in. A neighbor of 37 Bonn-lemeeting Post, Is tho guest of Miss Licdo forts to ma'io everybody comfortable tho same lady went to prayer the othr niht without being aware of and they succeed admirably. It is a Mn. and Mtw. K. P. Owslky and Mat-ti- o the fact that her dre.ss was on wrong side - very charming place and with its seven Hays left for Columbus, Ga., yest. , varieties of mineral waters ought and out. A heavy raid has also been made on our Parasols, but we have a day, hoping to tlnd a cooler place than does in many instances euro every ill Cachiit Dkad to ihcuiTs. Thursday great stock yet that must be sold. Our ladies' low neck sleeveless this. night last a negro went to Mr. C. D. Pow Vests are the best bargains ever offered; come and see them. We Cou M. H. Cbi'mp jMiseud up to Har- - that ilesh is heir to. ell store at midnight and told him he company rogato Friday to see Hftor tlie are also closing out some broken sizes in Shoes. If you can find a To Teachers of Common Schools of had some meat to soil. Mr, Powell reof .oldiurs from Uuisvlllo who bavo Lincoln County: """ pair to fit they are yours now. Our celebrated Pearl and Eclipse r33 tv I understand that fused to get up, but told the negro to been in camp there. Shirts have absolutely no equal. We always keep them and if you a few schools in the county there are leave it in a room there and come back Mn. I D. Sampson, of tho want the best you must buy them. that are being taught by teachers who some other time to trade. Hearing that was hero again Sunday to have not yet procured certificates from Mr. Tate's and other s had see tlio little beauty who seems to have tho board of examiners, thinking, been robbed, Mr. Powell sent for Marturned his head and heart. that a certitlcato granted hereafter Oon Harvey Holm and 20 other law- will conform to tho law on that subject. shal John Xewhiud, but the negro failed to put in an appearance Friday night yers nro more or less successfully I wish to say that I cannot pay for any in a mighty struggle for existence time taught before the certificate is is- John was promptly on hand the next night also and hid himself after Mr. Powin Pineville, wo learn from tlio Messen- - sued. My orders from tho State and tho ell closed his store. About tho hour City law also on tlio subject positively forbid thnt grave-yard- s are supposed to yawn Mason, Lightning and Wire Top Dn. S. C. Heui scorns tc bo improvmy doing so. W. F. McClary, County a negro rode up ami called for the storeWalton and Supt. ing. Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank keeper. The marshal at once went for Miss Lottie Helm, of Danville, and HarJINC1ION CITY, KY I'.M'Li: Loon a Poct. III looking the game, but the negro was stout and Have uiteretcd a new MarMe and Granite vey Holm, of Pineville, have been atail tbiough the p ip-of his father, Mr. J. after pulling ttie oilicer all over the rocks Hon and am fully prepared to till Iorder formy nave in j kind tending his bedside. Marble and Granite worlc L. HoileyrMtie across this verso commade 111s escape, leaving uis horse employ skilled workmen fr m the usi,iyiicii,ui Mn. K. W. Jonkh has purchased tho r.e unPorcelain and brass Preserving Kettles; Refrigerators, Water Coolers, posed by Mr. J. L. Dawson ou tho occa- which Mr. Xewlaud took in chaise. ti,.. fariiniMcan title exce el ana IS. ui not foruero in JIE WKIOHl. interest in the Pineville Pharmacy, - horse proved to bo Mr. Love Lillard's of a hickory pole raising in StnuWhite Mountain Ice Cream Freezers, Fly Paper and Fly Traps. merly owned by Dr. P.oborleon, and will sion under tho same ford in l - in honor of Andrew Jack-so- and next day the negro was fooled into . continue the business Norfolkfester11ll.il. Wire Cloth Spring Hinges, and Corner Irons, Grind Stones, Scythe the democratic candidate for presi- - coming for him. He gave ids name as Co. as pro- name, with E. W. Jones Stones, Grass and Weed Hooks, lades and naths. nueu in largo leuera ou Kobert Perry and admitted that ho had prietors -P- ineville Messenger. i?,i Schedule July Stolen tho meat from Mr. A. E. Hund tlio (lag that surmounted tho pole: Mks. V. A. Day, wife of the manager Full line of cakes, Candies and Fruits. Prices to suit the times. Kreeaien, cheer the HUkory ley. He was promptly lodged in jail ..'. LEAVE NOR I OS DAILY Co., nnie' , oltho Wrought Iron orm, lU u,,,, hRve heUer'ed and will have his examining trial as soon pm for Graham, Uluefield, Pocahontas ami 3 BUltioiied in XeW York, is Visiting Mrs. Oerfrred.m11 Un.liit brauehct wte, ai the witnesses can bo gotten toether, intermedme tatior.. "twa pimitcJ onme LUn' She says her husband vt P. P. Nunuelley. 10 o am tor llliierield, Radtord, Roanoke, and Nortolk. Tho old gentleman who wrote tho and a dead sure cinch ou n penitentiary LjtKhhurc, Richmond and Hacerstewn, AHo (via Is greatly pleased with Jbb. H. Nunnel- Harris-l.urTUWJSVrSSB'n Roanoke) for WaOilnuton, term seems to be his. best man in lines is now.SS years of ago and is as Philadelphia and New YoK. GO TO- ... faith in wlion ho cast his to "" lui ennslders the Pullman Sleeping Can from Loui'iille strong in tho businoxH. via Norton and Radford; alio Radiord to Kottkn. Of all miserable games of Radtlrst voto for Old Hickory. He haa voted ball ever played on any ground our boys New York, lia Shenandoah Junction, also Rich. ford to Wahineton; aUo from Lynchburg to CITY AND VICINITY. the straight democratic ticket all hia life played it Friday at Danville, g mond Tralni lor Pocahontas. Powhatan and GoodUsk Lof,'nn k Logan Hour, tlio het without scratching n name and hopes to they had played a splendid will leave lllueficld daily at 9 0$ a m, 3 13 p and do souinln this fall when ho will, D. V., game with the same club Tuesday they tint ia niKdo. McKinney Bros. Train arrive at Norton Irom the Eat daily at cast his voto for Cleveland, btevenson, were not "iu it" at all only three days I top m and 645 p wu neeil tho McCreary and taritl' reform. ' Youu account ia duo nml Washington and Chattanooga Limited, a train daily later and they played a game that the or Pullman Couches and leepinR ears runonly t Severance & money. Call find settle. Moppins FORaverage free school niue should be na Shenandoah Valley route,. Tin; HarrotUiburg Democrat has this Luay, Shenandoah, llaic, Roanoke and Radliud Son. p m. r t North Ibund Limited ltxais Hadtonl tt a6rates, to gne was ashamed of. Twenty-onsay of Mr. Ed Fishback, former)y Kor further information as to schedules, Fon Salk. A houso and lot in Darut-tow- n to thb score and had the Danvilles tiied Ac. apply to agents of Norfolk Western Rail- II. 1H I IjL. B.i.1 ne In M. O'Bryim. J. acent at Morelann, but for some time belonging to W. Gen. Pas.enserAgt .Uoanoke, Va. joint agent for the C. S. and L. S. at they could have mado it double or II, Banghmnn. Burgin, who has disappeared with a con- treble that number. Boylo Nichols, a 1.11.1 f Plm.l.Ltf Hartar n. 11.. 1.. w......, siderable shortage in hia nl'conuU: back number at pitching, was in the box, 1HK IllllO Cllim Ul uouuu; birth ia mentioneil olsowhere, whoso ho developed a sudden mania for but our uamebakes could, not even hit ia true they struck the ball ocyesterday. died gamed of chance and horso racing and him. It casionally, but it amounted to nothing considered rather a "high roller" for On her last trip tho steamer City of Wis as not 111010 than three or four balls 1813 souIh, just BOO more a man of such moderate income. He 'is Paris carried Danreported to have won ?l,000at tho Lex- were knocked out of tho diamond. than Porter's census gives tho whole of pitcher, was hit freely and ington races and oven mor-- at tho iels, our Stanford. ,. caught for five iuuinga a moat mis,,.! I.il. fr.Hr... ...I. .no.l- T ....:.. ill. . . . kiuK TiiKFlylnKDutchimin is still erable game. Arthur then attempted to h, "" lack he i9 8ai,l to lmvo "buckeil tho catch, but ho ha had no practice lately in tho nickels. It a BtoteU that j Saturday night wore -- o.. flmj )layc(1 ng4,ngt baccarat till he and ho did not do much better. SulliQt was unmerr van waa put iu tlio box and Faiu. The business mana- - not only lost hia winnings, but nbout Richmond Arcifully dealt with by tho batters. hia companies funds, with which he had tlio pleasuro of attending tlio 000, thur tried it a while and was rapped all Having removed my liarber Snop to the Com hia Saturday. A good tried to win fir at lUchmond and very fair show i ho intended back losses, and which over tho field. Our boja saw they were mcrclaj Hotel, I am to replace in the coffers of crowd waa present emergency and in I1IH cuuiimuicn. i.uua, ouiib iiKaiiioL mm, wholly umiuual to the Prepared to Accommodate Ladies of stock was on lianU. tho ussuuiuuuu .., I.A,rnvnr t IH tlllim Is however, an 1 to escape tho disgraco of tho first of tho ninth inning thrcy up ! as well as Gentlemen, ' "- - ' ia noia payiK tho sponge. There were bo many er.ii, f iq nnn hnnclne over it, caused puuisument lie ilea. His wife and cliil- - rors that it would bo folly to attempt to In anything- they may wish iu my line, Chilmllo dren have gouo to her father's homo in .also waited on. Call n me. bv the building of their splendid individualize, but sufficient to say it races caiutuuy, Lincoln county. The ....... of "Fi rank. Thcrowero no THOMPSON, was a miserablo gdtno from start to finexpect ami hopo that lie will soon Car-loajust received. butthe cakewalk instead afforded tlw' turn and set himself right fn every way. ish. And examine the Studebaker In Commercial Hotel. as much pleasure. equally Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Fiiuit Jars nml Jolly Glasses nt A. VV. A iiABKHT 3 Warren's. a cake walk and I. B. ROBERTS, l'li-ns- m T Druggist and Jeweler, A - DRUGS, BOOKS, , , g, p PAINTS, S0-od- d ... WALL PAPER, THE WILLARD. e, ZuoxoygggY NOTICE. . Louisville, Ky. tM-- nl ros-n- & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of The and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. FOBSALB. 11 STANFORD LUMBER YARD. 111 it, m m m e BeaatiM : Snom 1 All You Needy Ones Come Ki -t -- I. firit-cla- u them a Call. y. r- CHOICE THINGS. J. S. HUGHES. Al l Lftrflil M lUrbour-yllloHoml- d, meat-house- per-haj- x, on-gg- Junction Marble&GraniteWorks m Now Is the Time to Buy Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, M Tin Cans. Sealing- Wax I u, "" " jjjj , I t- -, iin,, , , ,, se. MoXXlTXTEir BROS. -- c. i,. -- Nor-fl- k otwith-btandin- A. A. j , 111 Warren's -- j Y- - 111 "Model Grocery" S '4l . e . -- Ite-cent- ly FRUIT JARS, JELLY GLASSES, TOPS AND GUMS, SEALING WAX, &Q v.. i ' 1 tjul-liva- n J , ,... Do You Need a W agon? r?2 j SI,-ce- 'VI j 11 ui - 11 JESSE CALL AT J. B. FOSTER'S d J u' il V i... tjff.u. 4: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal AT - SCATTER SEEDS From Dear OF KINDNESS. and Rofroahlntr Rotroats. rs IK YOU ARE GOING., I Kate's Scrap-Boo- Publisbod Evory Tuesday rind Friday llshed In Affectionate Remem- brance of Her. There xv 6a pjun. vjsa.u. in45-Wh- en ada'anck. ill lie never a golden sunbeam fell on a desolate place, That not s paid K. $2.50 charged.Hn Hut left some trace of its presence That time could never efface. Not a sound of Ineffable sweetness That raxtsbed the listening ear. That slumbered in silence forgotten For many and many a j ear-- Hut a ward or a tone might awaken Its magical powers anew, d Long after the singer Had faded from earthly xiew. Nor a heatt that was exer so weary, Or tainted with sin and despair, Hut a word ol tender compassion Might find an abiding-placthere. sweet-xoteee u. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train naves Rowland at 7.00 a. m., returning 5,L&N. MmI LOCAL TIME CARD. South South .............11 train come North 1 South...... The latter trains also carry passengers. The above it calculated on standard time. time is about ao minutes falter. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. No,th Local Freight North Bxprets train" ! u - it pm topm 1133pm Jijam 6jgara Solar n.ntner days are fast approaching and new Is and Pub; the time that rxcurslttnlsts. pleasure-seekesportsmen should Kurvtrnt a mule for IhoJr sum- mer vacation. In doing so, the deluhlullx cool summer and fishing located along th'e Wis consin Central Lines come vividly In view, among which are Fox Ijike. III . Uke Villa, III., Muck- ohci, Waukosha. Ceiiar Lake. Xcennh, Waupa- , ca Flfietd, Hctternut and Ashland. Wis. W I soon sin has within the lat fixe years become the center of attraction tor mure pleasure wekprs hunters and fillirrcnn than any utlier Mate In the Union and re iticren- the to again see the each charming land'CHp, lirrathc the luiUim fragrance thittsa part the itixiguratlng utiumphere, xxan- iter thrnHgh the colonnades of ttatelx pines and hAk tluv Ml:lil bMuthM ulthn haii.1.tiMiil ..1t ... ......... far pempMieiseoutatnuig xiiuabie iiiKimatiun. etc., ply to Tb.l'ATrV.Dl' A.,, TVPfl Wl'TRr " irrt ' Js OR THIC YfvTTQHP ws w. MONUMENTS o Ofjall II. T. KOEL trict, subject Is a Candidate fcr Circuit Judgt In the ijih DisM tM allien of llwaeiniHraiic party miu kmK I Made and Set Up in All Parts of tho Country. No Agents empl") el j I 31. C. SAUFI.EY, ' W. ADAMS No. ' & 41 liroadxraj. Lexington, Ky SON, Of Lincoln, Is a Candldst fur Circuit Judge In this judicial dtarlit, subject to the a' lion of the Uemocrnc) di-d- LouiaviLic I a, Nashvilic R. R. I THE F. RILEY B. HOUSE. Kontucky. J. S. OWSLEY, JR., , Is the line for you, as its KILV, Proprlotor, f j.-o.- -- Agent, Chicago, '.' I Cnnttanwoga, ri II. umrnii 'Irttn I ami illn Double Daily Trnins Make close connections at London, Is a Candidate for Comirenwealth's Attorney sub Ject to the a. turn of the Demo ralii party, in anx Judicial Dislrut to which Lincoln county maybe assigned 1'arm of FOR KENT. DesiraMe Cra Orchard Acreson mm Sianfnnl. W. II Miliar s mikM 141 sPa follows. Q .V C. Special 1126am; Fast ew Orleans LlmiteJ 3 17 p. m.; Mail 13:57 P- - . Blue-Gra- ss Special 8 40 n m. North-boun- d Q A-- C. Special j'o4 1 m.; Blue Crass Special 600 a m ; Cincinnati Limited t a Trains South-boun- pas Junction City as d m-"- p. m.; Fast Mail a IS p. ra. Yet countless thousands are yearning For sympathy, kindness nnd Iee, Ami souls are greping in darkness Without one gteam from abo e. There was uex era sunbeam wated, Nora song that was sung In vain; And souls that seem lost in the shadows A Saxior's tcive may reclaim. Then scatter seeds of kindness, Though your deeds may nexer be known, The harvest will ripen in glory If the seeds be faithfully sown ; And lituxx'ill close with a blessing, And fade into endless day, Like the goldrn hues of the sunbeam That fade into endless gray. OUR CAMPAIGN SONG. Cholera Infantum has tost Its terrors since the For all points. Introduction ef Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhrca Remedy. When thai remedy is used THROUGH TICKFTS SOLI). and the treatment as directed xvilh eacfi bottle Is IIAGGAGE CIIKCKUD THROUGH Mix wed a cure is certain. Mr. A W Walters, a prominent merchant at Waltersburg, III., says "It For any information enquire of cured my baby of cholera infantum afler cxcral K L. CLIFFORD. Agent, other remedies had failed The child was so low Stanford. Kv. that he seemed almost beyond the aid ol human W. W rENN.Trav, rass Agent, hands or leech of any medicine. 15 and so cent Junction C ty, Ky bottle for sale by Dr M L. Ilourne. Dru;gist and Optician, Stanford, Ky. ,S6E& LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI I hsvc moved to my new Hotel and am battel prepared than exer to accommodate ike public, uood Livery attached and every convenience de sired Gixe me a call. 77 FRANK R1I.F.Y, pike, (.: J. II. ' 1IAVGII3IAN, HOUSE AND LOT FOR RENT. 1 offer for rent the Iloxiteaad L.rt belonging tj ,he eswte of Capt. Galnea Craig, and adjoining Hustons Hie street, Manfora, Ky It .0w,'V,eB has eight toomi, gool well and necessary L- FIRE AND STORM INSURANCE AGENT Representing Good Looks. f upon Good looks are moroth.n skin deep.dependini; a healthy condition of nil the vital org ans. It the Mxer be inactive jou haxe a bilious lovk.it your stomach be disordered you haxe a dyspeptic look and if your kidneys be affected you haxe a pinched look Secure our health and you xvi'l haxe good looks. Klecrric Hitters Is the great and tonic, acts directly on these xital or gans. Cures pimplM, blotches, boils and glxcs a gttod complexion, bold at A. R. Penny's dt z store, jo cents per bottle I ffiSsgPQ - 1S.1t I' .M. McKOBERTS. Aclit. DR. W. B. PENNY, OQrTniKmQ Dentist. racated Olfice South side Main street, in office by Dr. L F, Huffman, Stanford, Hartford, of Hartford, Conn., Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co. Mintrsand shippers ef the GENUINE Ins. Co. of North America, " All of which are firt-cl- a Companiti I unuld he pleased I" ait en my Iriends 111 this llnr. I'4. teres promptly issued. Will insure acainst tortm-- d ei, Mind storms and llglitnin; Lightning . tames without additional charge ford, Ky recently Ky. t MHE6 MM VflPfMJjJ Office !on A. S. TRICE, SURGEON DENTIST. jMam street, over W, 13. McRoberts Drue Store, Stanford. AIR Written by HURRAH Mr. A. A. Warren. TOR THE DONMEDLUE rLAC, R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. DENTIST. (s moving to the Higgins office, Lancaster street. Nitrous Oxide Gas given for painlen extracting. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. DR. JOHN M. STANFORD, 1 CRAIG, KENTUCKY 1 Oh! here's to Grover Clex eland Tuq braxe, the tried, the true, And here's to A. E. stextnou, We knoxxthat he will do. These are c,ur standard-bearerWe know our cnuse is just. We'll xvin the buttle with them, We can, xve will, xxe must. Homoopathic Physician, - chorus: Hurrah! Hurrah! For Cleveland and reform, Hurrah for Groxer Cleveland And A. E. Stevenson. - a. m.; p. m. Office Hours: 39- - ioto i to 3 p m.; Office on Lancaster tyr street, opposite court-hous- ' 8 to 3DR. 19 6m J. .&.. - AMOIT, Kentucky. The first democratic President We had for thirty yeats, He proxedso patriotic, He dispelled the people's fears That when the democrats got in They'd turn the country oxer To the rebels and the mugwumps, liut not so with our Groxer. Longhs and Colds, upon this condition If )ou I.a t.rippeanxt will use this remareattllcted edy according to directions, giving it a fair trial and erfpcrince no benefit, you may return the l't- Tiventy mllesthe Shortest to We make tie and have jour money refunded this offer because of the wonderful success of Dr. King's Nexv Discox ery iluring last seaton's epi demic. Have heard of n cap in which it failed. Try it Trial bottles free at A. R l'ennj s dru- - ,. Louts, Chicago. ' Detroit, Michigan I'cints, store. Large sue joe and Si. Cleveland. llutfal. InduQapolls and the West, Mr. Van , rolt, editor of the Craig, Mo , Mfteor, Nc a England, Canada, .. iiiiifruair, . .i J w cm xi a drug :.lure ai 11.11. 1.1. luna, miiu u.kcu V the phystilaVin attendance to gixe him a dxsof xftfltethlns fir cholera morbus and loosencf s nl tne bvxxels. Hesajs "I lelt so much better the next Washington. Philadelphia. lialtimere, mernlng that I concluded to call on the physicUs Quickest time toHarrodsburg, Frankfort, Ky and get him to ri me up a supply of the racdictoe ShoriMt and Richmend, VIRGINIA I wa surprised when he hande.1 me a bottle of QulcLeit line to Chamberlain's Colli, Cholera and Dtarrhira Rem- id he prescribed It recularly in his edy. He practice and found it thr bet he could get r pre-pI can testify to Its t'llkienty in my case at aMexents.'' For ale by Dr. M L. Ilourne, Drug- SOLID VlisTIIIfl KD TRAINS thro' with gist and Oplicisn, Stanford. Ky out change xia Chattanooga, llirmtiigham, Meridian making direct connections en route (or Knoi xille, Ashexille, Lynchburg and points in the . Dr. King's Ouarnntood Cure for Lr Qrlppo. We authorise our adx ertised druggist U cl) Nexv Dlscoxery fur Consuml ti'n, u ' IffiDEMfPiSSiBfiMg yt)t) t!iics??3B v?l?j-)9&ZiiimZa- pJMSSri 1 'I HO Original Jellico Coal. ' iWisEmttfJ W Oftie at First Nations! Dank Stanford. W are Ihe sole agents fir Stanford and otHi e corrr ol Depot street and railroad CtOIIMj HIGGINS A WATTS Kvxand T'r it J. H. HILTOIT, and that the people nicely under the Caih"xt-are rapidly catching en to the iact that it is the better system, both lur the buyer and teller. 1 hey also know that I vll aoods for about a third less Rethan my competitors vino do credit buMaess member that I keep constantly on hand a splenCloth-ladid assortment ef Dry Goods, Groceries, Hoots, Shros. Hats and the like Call in and ice my stock, which is replenished almost duly. J H. lllLlON. IUlan4. Ky Goods sold fur cash only It gives me pleasure to state to the public in general that I am dom n I am Actnt fur Dealor in General Merchandise, tnt elebratcd Shingles. Lumber and Deerinff : Harvesting-- : Company, To Farpiors. ,.. And olfer their Machine to the people of I Incoln xounty. 1 heir Hinders aic uD'tcelled and their Reapers and Mi rs stand the h of any 111 the market Aim keep all kindsfhrt naturtiou of m ifoie pnr hand .am? National llani. J HAICHMAN. ,5;"" btsnford. K). Dratlirst AC Orlt, lloston, g. c. :o. P03arE3cr.t General I'i'iri in -:- .NOTICE TO THK - e. miVSY BOJSAKS, TRAVELING I haxe opened In connecll-.- n ;Ducklin'sArniCft Salvo. Office opposite Coffey House, Stanford, DR. I). E. PROCTOR, SHELTON HOUSE, ciiokis: He tilled the high position Ol I'restdentot this Nation, With glory to his party And the highest exaltation Of his sense of justice and of right, To men of all condltlous, The rich, the poor, the high, the law, The private afler pensions. We've tried ftur years ol Harrlten, We'xe tried lour)ears of dm, We'll try cur glorious ticket, We're sure that It will win. We're going to get the people's choice, We'll gain the xictory, We're determined that our people From high tariff shall be free. CHORVS The best salve in the xrorld tor cuts, bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fexer sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin crup tions and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to givv perfect satisfaction, I'rice aj cents per boa. or money refunded. " For sale by A. R. Tennx', Sunlord, Ky. CAB'IDJLKNAS, At Chattanooga DA tHimts. MYERS Firsl-Clas- a.. HOTXS3S, , And Coisalry I'mduc, Ha hi slock of and U ready tu seive the peo; - of Stoafotd and vUlnlt) He 1 oiler. xvtth my Hotel, the IC unheard .rf fUrgnlni nnd all who want good nl the loaeM ponslble nriri ekmuM cafl on him on I Man Avenue, near Lancaster ykr. so PUBLIC. IereliaiiHse, g4 ocl U- tdt j TIIK T.NriRD for Atlanta, Columbus, Wiimin ten. Iharlestuu. Auguita. Macon. Savannah. llrunswick, Lake City, Thouuiville and FLOHI The only line running solid VeitibuM trains with Pullman lloudoir or Palace Sleeping Cars to St Auguxtinc without change lor any class of pas. sergers or baggage. Selma and Montgomery, Huntixnlle, Decatur Florence, Memphis and ARKANSAS points. Shortott and quickest to Anniston, Selma, Mo bile. Ducct connections made at,NKW OR LEANS witl.out omnibus transfer for Galveitoc Houston, Austin, s Livery Stable, Rowland, 3o-3- m : : Kentucky. 3 Tho Best In metho Country. a caK. Gixe AL HURN P W UREFN, 1'reprletor Maiiafer And offer tv e service, ef it to the public Brand nrw xehiclcs and fresh blooded horses make my stable x Ji"rare xv.lh Watertight and Ice Co. Has cntrs.trd nh letpon.iMe firas lorlls i.l.nti and will have Me U nj hiectri. Planti iomi.1. I.l ina'.out sUtydavs, Ihe air I'mai soon a f. Office hours 7 to 9 a. m and to 9 p. ra. TO THE FARMERS. both myself and the Company to the citizens of Lincoln county. I am very thankful for the liberal patronage received and hope by lair dealing to merit a continuance. Farmers in need of a good fence will find me at the, Mjers House in Stanford on each County Court day. M W. JOHNSON. 97-6- When When When When Eab7 was sick, xro gave her Castoria. she xvaa a Child, she cried for Castoria. she became Miss, she clung to Castoria. sho had Chll ren, she gate them Castoria. Kentucky Hedgi agent ill am Co.. ol for The Centraloffer the services ol Lancaster, and Fence TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The only through line to Jackson and Vicksbure. making direct cennectioai Miss., Shrevcort without omnibus tralisTcr for Dallas, Worth Austin, San Antonta, El Paso and points in THE 60FFEY HOUSE: STANFORD, KY !., luordtrlo rlacr Indlxidual contracts in for Valr and Klevtru Light, tho Company tlrrs the following Necessary x.aier pipes will b laid, con nee led to mutts at actual lor pipc an.1 x.rk r lectrlc wus put In and necessary natures for. nihrd ftee ot charge To be of be-quality and guaranteed to give satUfactnw Ihe schedule of adopted rats Is from jj to 50 per cent, tower than is nswally gtxru .e ct us. s EjfiWMis&mz Dealer -- In- - fill from the roof of a house in Last Des Mnnc, loxa, and serious sprain "f the TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO, CALIFORNIA. and sustained a painful wrist, which he cured with one bottle ot ChamFor through rates correct county maps and fu berlain's P.i I n Balm. He says it Is worth J5 a bottle. It cost hlui o cents. For sale by Dr. t information call on Agent at Junction City, Ky L. Bourne. Druggist ami Optician, Stanford, Ky or auurcss j. a. LLITH. Trav Pass. Agl .' Jin'ilon Cilv.Kv D. MILLER. u. o. CDWARDS. ' ' Traffic Mangr G. P .V T. A , T A carpenter by the name of M. S. Powers JOSEPH COFFEY, TroV., This Hotel, renovated and refurniihrd. Is now In uiy charge and I intend to conduit it a as to not only maintain its high reputation, but to add to its long list ol friendi Special accommorU tioas for commercial travHcrs and Ann rooms for thedlipioy of samplvi. I Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. Dwelling of j nam, one faucet hach additional room. Lack adoittotial faucet . . . . Stores, lUnli and Ptftatc IsVm, , lancet rvathi, private, one faucet. . HMe atUchrnenl lor sfHinl.Ur ...... . Stables, pn ate. one animal .. . . Lacli additional animal . x I Ol I 5 5 s I 'X w Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Confectioneries, ice. Has with htm a first class baker and can lurnibs Sr read, Cakes and the like on short notice. MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, We'll lift the burden from our sons, Our fathers and our men, MN'e'll for honest Grover, Hen. Go back on Grand-pa'- s We'll down the Clarksons and the Quays, The Platts and Dudleys too, We're far the vhole great people, The red, the white, the blue. For Sale H Cincinnati. Twenty Building Lots In the corporate limits of Rowland. I. DARST. Rowland ' A First-ClassISalo- on Newport News & Mississippi Valley Co. Chesapeake & Ohio Route. And IIILLIARDand jT-- tl POOLROOMS attached. JOSEPH COFFKV LOCUST GROVE" far commercial use-0are an4 three tec n Incnndeuent lamu Pr oat For li p each incarvdotcent bgh'tVmmo' .I70 00 c Electric Light Rates. Milliner and Dress Maker Corner Main and Depot Streets, Stanford, Kentucky. Has just received a handsome line of Spring and Millinery and invites her friends and the public generally to call 111 and get ntt choice. Hats and Iloimets trimmed in the latest style by most artistic hands Farmers Bank&TrustCo. OF STANFORD, KY , Is note fully organized and ST O CK T A B, M 3 l tec For Rosssknte Uo: lncsmlii(et tamp per .mo., M H H choris: We think cur man, Will Harritv, Who halls from Penn's old woods, ), Can down the Harrison We've get dollars to their goods That say our Cleveland's Injit' Until the fight Is oxer, We believe that next November Will give it to our Grox er. cow-bu- Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, Now York, Old Point and the Seashore and all Eastern Cities IN LFFFCT NOV. ij, tSjt. EAST Fast iLltnlt'd Acconi. Acco. DOl'ND, Mail Ex Dailv Daily DaUyi Dally. Ex. Sh. Kx u , POR SALE The finest Farm and richet soil in Ijocoln co., compriiing 4jf acres of lllue i.ran Land, situated within two miles ol Sun.ord, the couHiy seat of Lincoln. Fronted by the Shelby City tnroptkc and acccsxible to the Stanford and Dans die turn t'lke. This is one of the bell Slock Faitns In Ihe region arxl 11 in a high stale of cult! vation. Abundance of valor lor ail purpo.es Soil is fertile and is imtnblc fur the crowing of hen-p- . tobacco, com aud wheat. The Und is so located so that it can be divided and twofine Farms made lb improvemenU are a large and commodious dwelling a convenient slock barn Ac , the brtt ol fruit of all kinds, eu lor Inlor matljo, applx to K II J F.s, Stanford J U IONKS Plneville O V KILI-t- , lUiie-Gra- ss Paid up Capital of Surplus, ICE ' i5LWTD BEER. pound or iji delivered evety to the John BreX. L. Heer, for in eithe keg- or 100 CHOKl'l: manufactured Ice at 73 cents per cents for smaller quantities. Ice morning. 1 call specl.il attention mer Hrewing C s Celebrated I which I am agent. Will furnish bottle. Write for prices. I1REMER, ,3tf ity wilh home made Ice at 60 cts. per 100 pounds; less than that amount at one cent per pound, and I can supply the families of Stanford and vicin- ,. Stanford, Ky- - He'll veto Lodge's force bill, He'll stop the'treasury steal, He'll go far Andrew Carnegie, He'll make the "barons' squeal Hj's fer the golden dollar, And lor the greenback, too, He's down on silver dollars, That are worth but seventy-tw- o POSTED. others not to trespass on our lauds without permission, as all sui.h xvill be prosecuted to the lull-eextcntof the law. Signed: C. M.SPOOVAMOORE J. K. ItRUCL. THOMAS C. HALL. STEELE 1IAILKY. A.M.FELAND. H.W.GAINES. . ,. JAMES GIVENS. f.1 . I. S. PHILLIPS. This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and st chorus: So here's to Groxer Cleveland, SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same assets and under the same management. II y provisions of its chatter, depositors are as fully protected as ate depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held individually ' Itabc to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par xalue thcrrot, in addition to the amount invested in such shares. It may act as executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual. To those who entrusted their buismess to us while mnaging the Lincoln National Hank ol j Stanford, we w e here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attea-- t tion to same, our twenty years' experience in aanking andas liberal accommodation as are consilient with sound banking. I ..... - ready roe tat " xl Co for business with " - $200,000. 19,000. For ench addhhwjnl For lurUter inforrMti(N, npplv to J W H.WDtV. " aih" l II - m a $ 4 0 Sufi, etc Lve l.cxinjtofl.... Winchester ... Mt. Sterling.. Arr A ) 6 S J4 p 11 40 45 P 7 1 PI Huntington ' Waihingten " Philadelphia. Arr;New YorL... WEST HOUND I' " it " Catlcttsburg. is ... land. 10 p IO 07 P ' I 40 Ptto .l ju P to 47 9 J 6 sj a, 2 to 4o p 10 47 a t ao P 20 p Daily. i P P , 7 7 53P ., eP 3i P f :: , JtlV T.?tM : ,i -I- , . v-- a it lN Daily. jIuatiactoH.' Catlvtubvtg Ashland 6 37 i o a a aj If P1 a a os " The braxe, the tried, the true, The greatest represenutix Democracy exer knew We're for lilm for his honesty, His patriotism and his truth, His backbone, strict Integrity, His Frances and his Ruth DIRECTOHS. " , ANTON RENACKER. CLARK REYNOLDS'. M. LACKOWITZ T D. NEW LAN I). W. W. HAYS. . C. LYON. FRUD HAUMANN chori's Copyrighted. THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Wllhaws, Mt. Vernon; J. M. Hall, Stanford; J. S. Oxvsley, Stanford ; S.J, Embry, Stanford; J. . L)nn, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, Miltedgcxille; , J F. Cash, Stanford; William Gnoch, Stanlord, Kj, S. II. Shanks, President J B. Owsley, Caih.er. W. M. Diijjht, Teller J.J. p ait. 3ternng lis t a i plo as a '' wincaoster.. tt 15 a 50I P 55 5 a xrr ixinaton .... r os p ?5 p. t as pit oca Jo - ixuisviuc.. . s I P " P 7 pnjoa 1 l'..7".l ir.. au., P 7 4 P II. T. IfiUSII, REAL ESTATE AGENT Stanford, Ky. verv f i ' . vYtJj . yfflk il f jfrffcT am i?Ji 'tiAV liaSfS Si GASH for I Highest cash market price paid Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, &c, at M. F. S xyr ELIUN & CO., A STANFORD. KY. II. Cattleman. John G. Lanhatn ROYAL insurance OF LIVERPOOL. MANAGERS, -- Company, BARBEE &OASTLEMAN Oommerco- Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. "W. A. TRIBBLX, Local Agent, STANFORD. KY. law to make traction engines pay toll on turnpikes NATIONAL BANK For full information in regard to rates, routes, and to remedy it a bill has been presentAc , apply to any agent of this or connecting ilnei '" or to ed in the Ilou&e. OF STANFORD, KY H. E. H U NTI NG'I ON, C. L. PRO WN, V P. and G , G. P. A., The House refuse's to accede to the Lexington, Ky. Senate's demand for free cigarettes. It Capital Stock G W. HARNEY, W. S. HARRISON. G M , Lexington, Ky. T P.AAshland,Ky wants them sold only when a license of Surplus 18, GOO ?300 is paid to do .so. to the fac Attention of The value of hank and corporation that this is the the public is invited in Stanford only National Rank National Dank Act stocks and franchises to he assessed by Under the proxisions of the only by the capita' depositors are secured not the State auditor, under the revenue and itock, hut by the stockholders liability for an so amount equal O taxation bill, as amended by the Senate, this institution to the stock, by athat depositors ofl are secured fund of $100,000 Five sworn statements ofthecondition of the bank is over $200,000,000. are made each vear to the United States covern- County Judges a"re receiving copies ment and its insets nre examined at stated times EH by government agents, thus securing ad Jititona of the new magisterial redietrlctiuK law, ana perfect safety to depositors. originally established This under which they must appoint com- Deposit institution, Stanford In 1858, then as the Hank of missioners who must get to work redis- ued as the National Hank of Stanford in i$tj and as the Hank ricting thecountiisby the first Monday again in iSSa, has had First National uninter-of practically an Stanlord rupted existence of is years. It Is tetter supplied in next month. noxv with lacllilles for transacting business prompt The bill to prevent any person from ly and liberally than ever before in its long and cO fcd corporations, honorable career. Accounts being an engineer until fie has been a ciaries, firms and individuals of respectfully fidufireman four years, which hug passed The Directory of this Bank is composed 01 the House, ought to be carefully considT. J. Foster, of Stanford; ered by the Senate and rejected. Such Forestus Reid, Lincoln cpunty; a law is not needed for the purpose it is J. W. Hayden, Stanford; pretended to be for. S.H. Raughman, Lincoln; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; The late W. S. Culbertson, the J. S. Hocker. Stanford; banker of New Albany, cut ofl G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; Go two of his grandsons with $100 each beT. P. Hill, Stanford. cause he had heard they indulged in W. G. Welch, Stanford; Tohava jour photographs taken, He keeps up . with all the W.P.Tate, Stanford. OFFIiERS: There were 23 casssof sunstroke nnd two deaths in Chicago Sunday. It wpb I. S. Hocker, President; John J. McRoberts, Cashier; And will ifiveyou good satisfaction. as hot every where as ha JeB. T A. A, McKinney, Assistant Cashier. A. J EAR!', Stanford. 110 At present there is FIRST VaatibHied Trains run dally in tion with ChuMptnkc A Ohio "K. F. V." to Nw York. Fast Mall Trams run dally and make local step bef.xtn Lealugton and Iluntinlon. lluntingloa and Metebead AcewnmolaUonj run dally. Lexington and Morchend nod Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accommodations run doily except Sunday 'Ilirouah SlecrinnE Cars tr and from Washington and New York without chango. United M-- 3200,000 ' K tq Do I n solic-te- d. id Td i 3 mil-lionai- re to Earp's Art Gallery horse-racing- Latest Improvements, 9'-- v I have quite a number of I ARMS for sab- - ..I tlie Lands in I.I noun ccuiily bat 11 These Farms are all well impruxed and goo.' rich lands, running in sue from 50 to m Aire. Considering theis locality, their richness, ami frr tililT of sml, the eonvenwnc of turnpike- and that bring markets rtrkt to our door, ihey .je cheaper than I lie Lands ufany ctbariOuit) in 'I here is scarcely a harm in the coun. thv State tj oxer j miles from a drot The cuuuty is checked with turnpikes running inexcry direction. Thwe is not a public rood est tfruig the count) seat that is not MacadaaiiMjd U'e haxo the Knoxville llranch ot lY L A N. K K. dividing the county from Kmi to Weal sod Use C. S. R R from North to vuth; the K C. K. R. Irom this place to Cincinnati, crossing the C. k O. at Winchester, giving full accost to the markets of the whole world. Resides, w have thr large. Flour Milts 111 the county that give us a market for all our grain right at home,' and the develop mentot the mountain regions of Eastern and t Kentucky bv tailroads and the out- Dealer in the let aontn ny railroads nas cieatcd such a demand for a!t kinds of cereals and provender that xtecan Orders Sheep Hog3 homcCKUsumntlon scnrcelr retain enouzh st.jek Lattle and Sheep a specialty. 'I he people arc pruaperous, generous aud kind, ' queued I erio.is having any of theaboxe described stock believing in ChrWtiiulty and education. 1 he re for is not a neighborhood in the county but has a . sale iirxrisliliu tu purchase same, vill do well .. uu ,ir auurvis me rtti exiierleiue uf fifteen good church and school-hous'e V L",1 ' ',u,ll" been of profit to me und stanlor.1, the county seat uncoln. is a pros- - I think I can iiialu l, profitable both to the buver . .. o rt nermil little rile f,f fthoul ..tan fntiIi lint. ....1 . 311. .ilt.- ,G ' ' the great diorway from the North and North-- , Office at the Myers House ' -east South and Irom the Northxx'est to outlieait, anu sianuing as 11 uoes gating rignt into the t)o om of the undexelopcd mountains of Southeastern ...TAKE THE.. Kentucky backed up by the whole lllue Gra.s ot the State with railroads running through region j " it to all points of the compass, makes it naturally one of the best located towns In the South for manufactures and other enterprises of magnitude Water Works ate now being sulfated and right aboue the town abouti ol a n.ile there could be erected Water Works uith xery CJ Jeyisyiuc KiwjUbaiitchicaco RiIq." III tie cost that would supply a city of 10,000 in, , habitants with the purest and best er in the world Our little city his Uecn newly rebuilt in Ihe last few vearsnnd its business houses an! idenccs will compare with larger cities of greater pretentions. Our merchants aud tradesmen are LINE TO all prosperous and doing well. We have two banks with a capital stock ol 400,000 that are prosperous aud in a good condition We have splendid swhools. We haxe a Female College, a large brick building, xvith ox er too pit ,.And, pilsiu attendance and under the print ipat.hip ol Prof. J M. Hubbard, is in a flourishing condition. We alio have a Seminary that is a good ALL POINTS school, with Prof 11 F Itlakcmanat its head We haxeone of the Dcst Public School buildings in this section of the Slate, with over 100 puptls in .And., attendance, and with other good private schools, you see our school facilities are excellent We have elegant church buitnings, representing every denomination, with a full corps ot ministers of Mas class talent and are doing a better business than any class of men "in the city. Finest and best Vestibuled nu(Tet Sleeping Cars I have tried to make this statement as facts, without anv exaggeration or coloring, as those and Parlor Cars on all trains. No change of cars, best accommodation!, quick, who know will bear ne out, nnd those who wish to buy pleasant homes at lair prices and locate est time and lowest rate. For Information address nmong'agood people with all the best surround, . r. n . lngs, would do welt to call and see me before 11c ,'', O.CRUSH7D.?A7Lou,,W,fl elsewhere W e. rail-rxia, I I ' South-caxtern WILLI A3I MOHELANI), lor Cattle, l's ,loe and I lr e. ' 111 1 11 three-fourt- m i. .'- u-.- rr. THE WORLD'S FAIR OOTOAG, WJE1ST -- pur-hisi- rjg nisi'rn rari .'nsJdYx., ?4H &f-...- , r;T' ,t ti-v--' VUidsUU vV.; - ,