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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892072901 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. v Semi Weekly Interior VOL. XX. CRAB ORCHARD. Journal Exo-lk-n- c STANFORD, f ntul or MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. - KYM FRIDAY. JULY 29. 1892. WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. NO.44 DANVILLE. I). G. Slaughter, Ids Riieti ohogtra attended the ball tiWon at Win. McKee, who was Hent to tbo W. II. Farkcr hie moved into h!s last week for 27 days, has new store house and Inn everything in Win. Bullock had ij hoy to die Mom escaped and is thought to bo in J.oxinR-da- y shape. liou. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. with cholent itifiinftini. (on. old colored man, The hoys ure beginning to prepare Shell Owsley, an Hansel it Freeman hnvo Marled The remains of Mrs. Farley and two their iioreeB for tho fair, which comes 1892. who claimed to he 105 years old, died their brick kiln and expect to mike 6,- - children, who died in Lincoln county 30 of' on Sept. 2 and 3. hercladt week, Full , orps .f Conservatory and Normal School teachers. jperi'r .ure$ in L.tcrature, Muilc and years ng0( w,.re removed to the Danville Mr. J. M. Mahan is building an ad- An Our friend. Klonao llakor, waa mar. 000 per day. t 'oarding department Catalogues and tlrrulars furnished on application. The Masohm and the indies' Aid So-- , cemetery .Monday, M.v dition to his dwelling house just oppo rled Friday to MIm Suaiu Turner. Hev. John L. Smith has purchased site the iiaptist church. thoir Uvea bo one continual honey- - ciety are having the church building, now ly painted. the property of Mrs. Jennie Carpenter a It is now reported that II. F. Fin-emoon. ino town uiarslial with bin retinue little north of East Lexington street and will bo a candidate for Concress be- Thoro will be a box HUpper at Snpir , Friday night, Aug. n uiun are puuing in poiiio valuable is making improvements upon it. When fore tiie convention at London. Grovo finished lie will occupy it as a resilience. John Culverhouse, of Meadow Creek, 5th. Tho ladies are invited to bring the work- on 1110 iown tun. A. J. Fish is putting up a new block Mies Mario Warren has returned died Monday morning nt his home 0! money. boxes and tlio boys tho Since tho Crab Orchard bnsa bull of groceries, hard ware and queenswaie. from a plensaut visit to hrr cousins, consumption and was buried in Knox- Dealers In club was defeated so badly at Rowland Prof. J. S. iteppcrt, of Itavenwood, was Misses Jennie and Marie Warren, of villo Wednesday morning. A party whs given at Mr. Wm. Capt. Sam Hardin has resumed mid will hero Monday. Henry Catron and wife Stanford. Mrs. Win. Warren, of this', have returned, after a delightful visit to took h premium on white fiuit leer's Monday night in honcr of the be succeeded by Dr. W. M. Doores. t cake, nttiio Harrodslmrg fair, tliis week.' Misses Lock and Miea Tinsley, of Bar- Some little boys Tuesday night mov- Virginia. A woman with tiueo children, hailMr. W. E. Raker, of this countv. and bourvilie. There were about 25 guetts Howell once ed signs, and, as old Mrs. A. Ward were married said, "cast stlckB, stones and divers nrti ing from Casey county, passed through Mis. Phu.-bprf sent and every ono repoits a pleasShoes, Wednesday. Mrs. Ward is a ant evening. cles at windows." Slianio on you, little hero Sunday in search of relatives. She ' U'Bfl trillii. , f. ...... ,.,...b I ....iw. I... vinvi lit.ului ml daughter of the lato W. Hopli, and has Mrs. Mullins, of Louisville, is visitboys. :i,.in; iivi n.nol ".iu.....i, . The following goods we are "oing to close out Mr. II. I). McClure, of McKinnev, wlio was then on tho lookout lor her. been keeping the toll gate nearest Dan- ing a'. Mr. G. A. Denham's. Miss Riyk, was at his mother's Sunday. Misses He arrived Tuesday, but could not find ville on the Shakertown pike since the of Louisville, is visitiDg Misses O'Mam. death of her mother a year and a half Misses Rettie Lock and Diisie Tinsley, Maggioand Fanny Cochran, of Paint nuy trace of her. Mr. H. A. Welch and Mioi Lolin ago. 2 of Barbour ille, Me visiting at Mr. Win. Lick, arc visiting relatives In 0. O. Miss j Mr. Charles II. Rogers left Tuesday Raker's. 1 Robert, of (linn Sulphur, wiis Inn were married by Rev. P. J. Watt at The Baptist Bible Institute is in tho guest of MisH-- Manila and Lula Mc- - Mr. H. Curpenter's, Tuesday evening at for Mendon, Mich., where ho will have It will pay you to see them if you need anything in the list: Cluro. J. R. Cues, of Urodhead, was in s o'clock. After tho wedding tho bride charge of the training stables of E. L. session iiere this week. There are sevtown Saturday. Mr. lloldntn Stuart and and groom went to their home, wlieie Yople. Mr. Yople is the proprietor also eral prominent preachers liuro from va- All light Dress Goods, including Fine Dress Patterns, sister, Miss llozu, are at their father's. the boys of the town gve them a legu-la- r of a large stock farm, devoted to breed- rious parts of the State and it will be Organdies, Swisses. Challies, Canton Crepes, ing of trotting horses. Mrs. James charivari. ipiite a treat to uttend tho exercises, Mr. Charles Speigel and wife, of Shelby-villof Uedford, Ind., is visiting iier which take place each morning nud afThe lumber interest fefeuis to bo Brandonburgh Cloth, Pine Apple Tissue, Cotton Challies; Ind., are at Mrs. Speigol's father'.-- , ternoon at tho Baptist church. Dr. W. M. Doores. Mrs. Clara Nichols steadily increasing in this county. Sev- Bister, Mrs. W. S. Rowland. The following, taken from tiie HenOn hist Saturday a party of 11 youug Gents' Puff Shirts, Ladies' and Misses Shoes, and herlittlo sister, Miss Hallie Van- -' en mills send tjieir lumber and muvuj to are tho guests of the this point for shipment. Wagons ciiu be derson News' account of the recent meet- ladies composed u party to Mahan Sta" Polt, of D.invillo, Ladies' Waists, Ladies' ready made Underwear, a ' Misses Hardin. Mrs. Kattio Zollor is at seen rolling in at all times of (lie day. ing of tiie Colored State Teachers' Asso- tion, where they spent the day. The including Gown?, skirts, Corset Covers, &c. Most of the lumber is shippod to Ohio, ciation, refers to tho daughter of our col- youug ladies say they wanted to prove hor sister's, Mrs. J. F. Holdam. wagon ' while the staves go to IJoston, Liverpool ored fellow citizen, Giboon E. Domin: that they could make a success of a Also a splendid line of light .Wraps. io A chicken escaped from "Mra. Mamie L. Meyer j, a scientific without the young men. They have about three weeks ago and went roam- - and Cuba. Rockcastle lias purchased $3,000 player, presided at tho piano with skill- promised, however, not to do so any ing about tho streets.' Hvory morning I). O. Payne would feed it and exclaim, worth of road tools and has distributed ed ability, unsurpaoged by any musician more, as some of the voting men were threatening to retaliate. "I'll have a feast oil" that chicken the them to the different partu of the coun-flr- st that We ever heard." An examination of the body of the time tlio preacher stops with me!"lty. The roads of the town have been Am. Parks was tried before Jude NWVCWVWWVWVV K Ml ."VXA IXVJTOTMPyyBMCV WVVCTT W W?CHn3i Mh So the preacher whs expected soon; Mr. wonderfully improved nud now the lato John T. Helm Bliowed the cause of Stineon Tliureday, charged with killing Payne got a llshinv: lino and put a train county is undergoing tho same desirable dentil to have been acute peritonitis. A his uncle, Ad. Parks, on tiie night of tho of corn on tho hook and tried by soft change. It will only be a short time till portion of the bowels wero gnngrened. 3d of July and placing Ids body on the wonis to persuade the chicken to swal- - we have splendid rnds over the entire j There was a constriction in tiie bowels C. S. track nt Pine Knot. The evidence six inches in lenytli, nine inches below was Hiitiroiy circumstantial, but he was low it, but tho chicken bail awoolated county. MIejWs Pearl and Molliu Catron, of the stomach. Dr. Warren Monfort, of bound over to await the action of the with Payne bo much that it waa up to Btiuir, and so it didn't. A crowd of little Somerset, are visiting Mrs. W. IJ. Smith, tills plHce, was the oiwrating hurgeon. crand' jury. Ad. Parks was terriblv "MWtUIW stones, inch diameter, were mangled and the nearest friends of the boya chased tho poor chicken around Mb Nannie lilrod, who has been sick live nud around and finally caught it and for some time at David HendernV, lias found in the tnll bladder Tho two Drs, deceased did not rtcognlzo him when and for turned it over to Mr. Payne. Just then ri covered sufliciently to go home. Miss Hunt), Dr. Jasper and Dr, Alcorn were ho waa found the next morning. at tho autopsy. tho voice of llltl Georgio Harris was Iimina Picklera has gone to Hoylo S. C. Lowery, Charles iiildcr and "Cattorla Is so well adapted to children that CaMorla currs Colic, Constipation, A white woman, known as Sallie Sour Stomach, Dlarrhrca. Eructation, exclniming "That's maw's chick- - ty to teach school. Mrs. A. R. Urown Decker, men of the Krip, wero in I recommend Itas superior toanyprescrlpUon Kills Wontu, gives sleep, and promotes di Mundy, thought to bo from Mercer town this week. L. W. Patrick was the known to me." II. A. Archer, 21. D., oti what trot outon her ooop." Then the ami daughter, Miss Matiie, of restlon. . ... Without injurious medication. Ill So. Orford St., ErooUj-n- 5J, T. was heard and .Mm. Jell Oaultnoy, of Honey drove, county, and who ha? lived in Danville recipient of twins, a boy and y.irl, at his eiToininato voice of Ilrxuv 77 Slurrajr Street, X. Y Ins Cintacr saying, "That's Oslo's chicken; I fetched Texas, lmvo been visiting Mrs. Cleo several months, was tried in the record house Tuesday uiornim. E. M. Hugue- " Now juet Brown. ur'HcourtTuelay on n charge of per Jv snent Saturday and Sundav at Rich it up from imp's Wednesday morning a Inrge, rough milling dissolute characters to visit or'mond. Dr. V. W. Finlev came home nt these mighty men of valor wero African stepped into J. J. Williams' Bromine at Her house. -Her attorney, from Ft. Smith, Ark.. Saturday evening. apabout to clash steel, a fourth party peared upon the scene. It was a colored storo to buy some goods. The negro K. J. Jireckinndge, Jr., who managed He had gone there to make it his home, lady, Mrs. America Fish, who exclaim- -. asked to see some cnlico and at the same tier case throughout with great skill, but tho climate did not nree with him. called for a jury, wiio found her guilty Mr. J. M. Gibson, who has beeu quite tnl in stentorian tones, that seared the time tried to conceal a shirt that was nud stirred tho stones, "Dat'a my ing upon the counter. Jack Adams, who and Rmcfeed her lino at $32.o0. The coMs aick with the fover.to much improved, chicken. I sot de egg dat hatched dat was waiting on him, asked him to fork added to this sum made th judgment The youngest child 'of Mr. and Mrs. B. ) chicken; and besides, do preacher wtll over the stolon article, when tho negro 537. She iniirht. according to law. haxulp. Un ; " vrv ai..i- - ni .. ..w,,... nmint, .....f,. si all keep constantly on. boat my house fur ilinnor." So iuee grew very mail ami ran uis liaiul into ueen nnwi as low as ?iuanu costs, or as Hon. David G Colson nresented his During the year 1S92 I chivalrous men succumbed and tiie lady his pocket as if to draw aomothing. Jack high as5D and costs. As sho neither claims for Congrecs to the republicans hand a full and complete stock of walked oil triumphantly with tho chick- -' lhen told him lie didn't mean anything paid the line, replevied it or took an ap-- 0 Whitley couutv Monday in a two- e lor ,0Ur-- speech at ihe on, hopint: that a chicken wagon will and reached for the piece of cnlico that Iieni, sue was sent to the e. He tho African wuuleil. lie still iiad not 37 days, the law allowing her SI for each touched the silver bill and the tarill'in come often. brought forth the deaired article, when day's coutinemeut. tiie usual republican manner, but did LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Jack lot tho bolt of calico fall purposely Tiie Danville fair beL'irsTuesilay not mention the Force bill or tho exnud reaching down as if to get tho cali- witli very flattering indications for hu travagance of the 51st Concress. He at Tho Woman's Christian Aid Society co, he made i fortunate mistake and se- unusually auccebaful meeting. Tuesday, tacked Mr. Wilson's political career in gave, an Ico cream supper Wednesday My stock of cured a shot gun, very much to the ne- thotirstday, is "ladies' dny," especial! tll0 Everest terms, saying he had not night. gro's aurprisa. He dropped the stolen attention lwiug paid the Floral Hall.ai d ieon true to his party mid had voted for CI-I.E-S, JTSTflTEI-H'S- r Prof. Clias. R. Brock, of London, shitt as though it were coals of Are nud on that day ladies are admitted free. In ,iem j.ra,s imi ,"ione various other Teachers' Institutes in will conduct tho broke out tho dojr at break-nec- k speed. addition to tho uait.il ring shows of live thiiifSH to unfit him for Congress, too Is larger aid better selected than ever and I assure my customers ol Whitloy and Clay counties. When last seen hu was making tracks stock, there will be throe trotting and numerous to mention, drompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr, Thomas Col. Silas Adams nud Editor A. R. out the Richmond nmd so faet that you jxicing races each day. Tho celobrated A. R. PENNY. -- On Sunday evening Deputy Sheriff Daltou in charge. Dyche are canvassing in Clay and othAdams' could have played poker on his coat-ta- trotting pointer dog, Ned, driven by Wilder, of Corbin, brought James er upper mountains in Brother Fruddia Hensbaw will give ox- - Hargue, Janus Ford, John Griffiths and Thi mp:?!. Chronic Disease He devotes all Interest. eicDraicu Fvo Inr and irwtiuu hl,iin(;lothtttPI(tmelof chronic and nerV0Ilt Joo Joplin is at homo on a week's hibitions of his speed Wednesday nnd another man in from Corbin nnd lodged hs "km ' Nose, Throat and Chronic Dis- - ,"ti'.ei of The Laura! County Teachers' Insti. Treats vacation. J. H. Haultig', of Ml. Ster- Thursday, going against a bicycle one them in jail. Ford and Grilllths me thclanf caie i v.elltibUlml. ai, exP"tve- 'eeiuiii,ami tute is now balng held in ease Specialist in the State. ling, a candidate for judga of the Court uay ami a pony the next, lho races diareed with conmirinE with Richard and tlieroaro Iota of pretty girls in town. ' tc?S5jSt!-ra- . wa-of Appeals, bora looking after his are: Tuesday, C. F. Clay stake for year- - McIIaiguo to kill Wilder and James Mc- -' Sanator Pelermau Is in charge. Acute and Chronic Catarrh. RineiriK in Ban,, cause last week. Ha waa accompanied liiijH, 3.00 class; 3 year-old 3:00 class. Harpue is charged witli attempting to' IJcaliitsj, Pi.c.iie. 9f l.ye, Nose, Throat,' As hot as it is, Slieriil' Scoville lias i.iiihi, uiinar anu Diauarr iruublvs, Loau Hockor, of marriagu hcenso since the 35th to by his brothoriu-lnitsuod Uri.ht I)iseati, Ui.be iok. Dvneala. Centti- , Lexington. Jim Spillmau, of lunon, Kheutnatiim and l'.iralytit, Epilepsy or 'i.UO'ptieois. Dftk Angel nrul Mollio Young; David Thursday, 3 year old McIIarguo is lho fhtlier and Richard and Kit pomtnt'ly cured. was here thu flrt of tho week looking 2:30 class; 2:20 pace; race" fcr named McIIarguo a brother of Sam McIIiirgne, ouh or middle ased men sulTeHnir from Sdct- Steele and Mildn Rogers; J. R. Brewer nalnrrnoa, ImpoUncy, Krutitioni, the result of after his largo pencil orchard. He re- horte, between Jake 2: 23 J, Klkiu 2:25, wi10 i in jail here without bail for kill- error orexctsiri, tliuuUl call before it i too late. nud Margaret Morgan. it . tr . i . i.i 3 x runiy, .tilt c.as, rt .!a . D f .-- iu W'e curaiilee a euro if case ha nut gone loo far. a very poor crop. Fred Kruoger i , c , b, , t Monday night the house occupied ports Suietlluous, hair anil all eruptions of the lice ' '. gl ,ff s pacers. Ihe , is now making another liuio kiln. He class stake for pcrrnanclitlremoved by Gran Johnson, living on the east bide i ne .uciiaiKiieb iiiu iienpfi.t.e 2:28 clas trot will be one of tho greatest .Milieu. llnds so many culls for lime tluit ouo kiln races ever seen not to ttop of town, was burned to tho gronud, with in uentrai iventucKV, men and seemed aJlootl will not hold sulllciont. .Mra. Nan Al eont'iininjj such we'd known horses as until thev are placed behind tiie peni iiliiinst nil its contents. I ho family was As Sphili. Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, utc, 1..IUI Ijlll llll, DlliV ItllM'S. .Vllliy awakened by tho sparks falling on them bright went to BiTidhcitd Sunday to visit Krmine, Verlinda 15. and Tratiord.VllllUI, teutiurv bars or killed. Cured by uover failuij; rcmeoies as Leueotrhca, painful Disetesof winuin, house relatives. E. T. Fish has returned, after nud made a narrow escape. The Mentruatlon. I)ispla.enient ot Womb, beating A. W. Alexander, who deserted ins a month's travel in the South. Mrs. Boreing. THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. luun r.iini b;uL, ieheed short time. was owned by V. wife at Cincinnati, after trying to cut 'the Dt.tor carrio all his portable Instruments Your Middlt'sboro correspondent's Ann Poynter has returned from Garrard and iun.es prepared to examiue the m&st obscure county and reports Mrs. Robert Thorn p. The House has agreed with the Sen- - her throat, nnd ran oil' with a New York medical and sjrcii.il caes postmaster may have the advantage of Ileiin1fru.es mi nuurable diseases but cures improved. Judge T. '.. Mor- ato to make tlio salaries of tho Com- -j girl, whom he b'trayed and n'so hundreds tjlseii up todie. our postmaster by hanging that drawing eon much attorneys $500 and 50 per ed, was shot mid killed bv her brother row and Hon. C. W. Lester were hero of the next president (Grover) but ho CONSULTATION FREE ew Orleana. 111 Monday looking after tiie races for cir- cent, of tlio fines. believcan't beat Postmaster Weaver in nd Confidential Address amendments to the SenAmong the ing that Cleveland will be tho next cuit judges and Commonwealth's attorJ. S AH'LEMAN, M. D, ney. Mr. Lester spoke in the afternoon, ate bill on attorneys introduced in tlio piesidont. Our postmaster is so accom0,1 Loumillc, Ky. oxlioi ting his political brethren to stay in House nt Frankfort was ono providing modating in everything else 1 believe ho hereafter no lawyer or llrm of M. D., HorfolkiWestem R.R. would give a nice painting of our choice full faith and fellowship witli their prin- that ahull bo paid more than So,000 for ciples; that hu would commence thing RQyAL rilT.t a conspicuous place if presented to him, J f THE CELF11RATED his gun as soon us Harrison received his services rendered tho State in any one Jr lri" n'll also. Schedule July 17, i(yj. and he would como down case. Another amendment tlxes tiio'eal-arnotification LEAVE NORTON DAILY of the attorney general ntS3,000. The To tho Danville upon the democrats like a thousand of A itu You Goimi Fcrui rly 1'rolessor of Practice of Medicine, olllco is now worth from $7,000 to SS.000 cop m for Graham, Illuefield, Pocahontas and tho premium fair ol tho State? If bricks Fair j inteimetli.lte stations. a year. It is to bo hoped that thu first m not, why not? The finest Radtord, Roanoke, and 10 00 am Electrical PSodical College, Lynchburg, tor Illuefield, and Norfolk. Also (via will become a law. Richmond Takb Yocn Family To tho Danville nt least SRBS8R track In tho world, tho shadiest grounds, Koancke) for Washington, Hagersiewn, Harris- , TORONTO, CANADA, burg, Philadelphia asd New Vcrk. good rnqes each day, no gambling busi- Fair, August 2, 3, 4, 5. No gambling nuiCHURCH AFFAIRS. Pullman Sleeping Cars from Lout's ilia to Nor Now Examining Physician of the ness allowed, three great laces erfch day. sances permitted ou tho Krouuds. Music filk via Norton and Radford; also Radford to Rov. 15. F. Cosby will preach nt tho New York, via Shenandoah Junction, alto RaU Floral Hull a special feature. Excursion by Eiclihorn. Three races each day. Southern Medical Institute, lord to Washington; also from Lynchburg to Rich- Methodist church Sundav morning. faro round trip. August 2, 3, Excursion rates jone faro tho round-trip- . monil rates-o- no LOUISVILLE, KY. Trains for Pocahontas. Powhatan and Good Tiie meeting at Salem, conducted by Cool, shady grounds, everything pleas 4 nud 5. will leave Illuefield daily at 90J a rn, 3 13 p in and i Klder V. H. Lloyd, closed with 30 conMyer3 House, Stanford 7 "S pm ant. Will be at Trains arrive at Norton Irom the East daily at fessions. Georgetown Times. Tuesday, Aug. 16. At tho Commercial Hotel in nop m and 6 4c p in R. Gill, it wenltliy farmer in. Da vices TKLEOKAM. Washington afid Chattanooga Limited, a train Jones Leo Uordera nnd Robt. From o a. in. to 6 p. m.. one day only, returning of l'ulltian Coaches and sleeping cars runs daily ClA., July 23. C.UITKKSVILLE, during which Borders county, has brought suit against Bird weeks during the year enery four j via Shenandoah Valley route, stopping only at got into a row, the seducer of his daughter, qraduatecf Hellevue HospitPr.or. F. L. Uiustow, High Bridge Ky: A Cream of Tarter UaVine Powder Highest of Dr. Appleman is aNew Ycrk City, and the Elec- Lutay, Shenandoah, Basic, Roanoke und 11Radford. drew his pistol and fired. The ball went Lnshbrook, 26 p m. North Ibuiul Limited leaves Itadturd College, al Medical for if 10,000, instead of using a shotgun. Mr. Jonea will bo with you (D. A) ou all lu leavening strength Latest United State trical Mediesl Collcge.Toronlo, Canada. Heh For further information as to schedules, ratei, wild and struck tho proprietor of tho hoGo. crr.u.ee t Food Iteport. A: Western Railgirl became a mother n few dnyB tho 30th nnd 31st of July. made a special study ot the diseases he treated in Ac. apply to agent of Norfolk W. H. 1IKVILL, tel, I. W. Tandy, seriously wounding The road or to ROYAL DAKINr. POWDERCO. the gtett nellevuc and Charity Hospital for sevv x ago. Gen. Passenger Agt., Roanoke, Va. Mns. Sam Jonks. 10S Wall street, New York. eral years and recognizesbosureriur in diagnosing him. 1311- "' -S- overnl rond isnsim were tried .Mon- - ' work-hoii- Po Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 6tli, first-cla- ss m ii , j j j i . y (Or (school-house- , , ESVEttANCE & SON, Boots and Da-plac- Dry Goods and Notions, Gents Furnishing Goods, Carpets, $c. if .. i ... .. air-o'cloc- io Regardless : of Cost.. s ' I e, Kin-nair- d, - m 11 plc-u- V VA. j ill ' i Infants , Children. conn-hear- d A-- Ie ..-... i CoMr-ANT- , , - l j j - , j '. .'.." A R PENNY ' DRUGGIST AND JEWELER Drug's and 1 i work-hous- court-hous- i Paints, Oi,;5, & Stationery. WJ T Toilet Articles Glass. Books, a,i CLOCKS & j il. j r ' conr(-houa- u "" j permanently uuros r.i-ne- -- w, Lniic-aslcr- j ' I -.- .... - dett-rmine- d miil Skin Diseases. u-- 111 111 j desert-monweulth- 's j j lnw-yer- s j. s. appleman, y ' .f English Specialist, half-mil- e lew l j Camp-bellsvill- POWDER Absolutely Pure ; j' Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal Juuy F 29. 1892 Stanford, W. of WALTON. thebrilliantSav-oynrd al Eugene W. Xkwman, Courier-Journ- and Times, the writes that if anybody Las a lingering doubt that rover Cleveland will carry New York, lie has only to spend n few days in the great metropolis to eatisfy is him that nobody but the it this year. He has just returned in from there and his idea of the situation was not obtained from polititians either. The people of every class and standing are enthusiastic for the democratic ticket. Thero never was such a unanimity of feeling and the majority is reckoned anywhere from 50,000 to 100,000. Three cheers for Clevs and Steve! nt i. i i awful trouble had begun to gnaw at her vitals, she was over hopeful and looked "A Glance her God for succor, thoroughly from the press of the Inquirer evincing her true belief and trust in Him Publishing Co., A. J. Casey, president, is Who giveth and taketh. Tho deceased LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. one of tho neatest and handsomest pubwas formerly Miss Broaddus, of Estill, lications we have seen in many n day. It Miss Pattie Beazley entertained the and was a woman of ra1 .'attainments. In contains much valuable information T. F. G. Club Tuesday evening. speaking of her Mr. D. W. Vandeveer about the prosperous little city, which Mr. George Lawson has reuted the says sho was the most scholarly lady he been dear to the heart of every newshas poor house farm for the coming year at ever knew. Besides her husband, Mrs paper man since the press meeting in $275. Vandeveer leaves two boys and 1S90, and is well worth n careful peru-- A. J. Earp, of Stanford, has opened who will sidly miss .1 moth sal. a photograph gallery over McKobcrta' er's love and attention. Mrs. Vandeveer Tue West Virginia democrats nomina- store. joined the Christian church at an early The three candidates for circuit ted W. A. McCorkie for governor. The age and has since been a most consistent e Monday republicans are trying to induce Steve judge spoke at tho member. Her burial took place at Bufgood audience. Elkins to carry their flag, but he respect- to n falo Cemetory at 2 o'clock yesterday, afA game of base bull will be p'ayed fully declines. They claim tho electoral appiopriate remarks by Rev. John here this afternoon betwevu the Row- ter vote of tho State this year and say it Bell Gibson. will be the entering bridge of a break land and Lancaster clubs. Helm. After a few weeks' illness of Next Friday, the 5th, will be the typhoid fever, Dr. Samuel Craig Helm of the solid South. This is nil blow. The South will always bo solid, so long last day for filing suits to the August passed quietly away at 4 r. t. Wednes term of the Garrard circuit court. as a force bill is threatened. day, at the residence of Mr. John W. The repairs on the Christiau church Rout, where'he had boarded einco the Jon.v G. CaRUSLnisdown for a speech are not yet completed, consequently the breaking up of.the family. He was the' 2fo union services next Sunday evening will on the tariff in the Senate fourth chiltl of Hervey and Elizabeth man in America is better posted on the be held at the Baptist church, conduct Helm and was ju9t 30 years of age. A qnestion than he and the democrats will ed by Kev. Amos Stout. splendid specimen of physical manhood, ' Misa Lyde Beagle, of icbolasville, have no better campaign material than being considerably over six feet tall and he will present. It will be published in will visit Miss Pattie Beazley next week. well proportioned, none ft few weeks every leading paper in the land and Mrs. A. H. Rice, of Paducah, is visiting ago would have picked him out as ono her parents, Mr. ntul Mrs. II. A. B. marked for death so read by millions of voters. soon, but alas ! maMarkabury. Master Tom Hacker is ou ny in Stanford, who seemed destined to The oth Kentucky revenue district, a visit to his sister, Mrs. J. E. Cam long life, have been taken recently aud which embraces Louisville, paid Charlie Frishie is visiting the Me.srs. into the treasury during the last Price, of Danville. Dr. Tom Hood has hearts have been crushed that were un used to suffering. Of his family alone fiscal year. The only two districts that gone to Estill Springs to spend a five have died pince Now Year's and mapay more are in Illinois. Kentucky alMr. Will Collier has returned to ways contributes a large quota to the Louisville. W. J. Kinnaird has return- ny other households have been left Dr. Helm was of u particularly support of the government. ed from a business trip to Louisville and bright mind and happy disposition. Ho Lexington. Mrs Clayton Anderson has graduated with honors in the class of Mb. Stevenson, candidate for returned from a visit to Richmond. .Miss 1SS4 at Central University and aftercerwill attend the dedication Katie Simpson is visiting in Stanford. emonies of the Watterson Club House wards in the College of Physicmus and Surgeons, in Now York. Returning to at Louisville, Aug. 4th, where a public Harrodsburg Fair. reception will be tendered him. Gov. (To the Editor Interior Journal. Stanford he practiced medicine for Knott and other distinguished speakers The oppressively hot weather kept a awhile, but after a year left for Califorgood manv from attending the Mercer nia, where he went into the newspaper will furnish the oratory. County Fair on the morning of the first business and finally into tin: railway ' was broken in the Gth day, but about noon a heavy shower The dead-locmail service, which he abandoned when Arkansas district on the 757th balloi, cooled the air to some extent and in the ho camo home to attend his mother's fubut Davy Crockett's grand son wasn't afternoon a fairly good crowd was in at- neral and wind up her estate, of which the fortunate man. Robert Neill was tendance. In the rockaway ring, which ho was appointed administrator. During chosen to bear the democratic banner for was hotly contested, there being eight one of Rev. George O, Barnes meetings Congress. entries, Dick Denny, of Lincoln, got tho Dr. Helm confeed his Savior and after- The Winchester Sun donned a hand- premium. This line young gelding has wards lived an exemplary life. May He some new suit this week and with Edit- been shown only three times, winning Who has afllicted also bring consolation or W. T. Adams at the helm, is fairly tho blue tie every time shown. The first to the sisters aud brother, who have had event on the trotting card was the green moro than their share of sorrow recent- outshining itself. race in which four good horses faced the ly. The remains were interred in Bulla-- ; The Lexington Leader speaks of it as starter: Mary Crit, Judge Goodloe, Re- lo Cemetery at 5 r. si. yesterday, after a the Gen. Ass. A pretty good name, as ward and Xnbotb. In tho first heat the short service by Rev. W. D. Arnold. all who read the proceedings will agree. latter made several bad breaks and was, FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. beaten out by Judge Goodloe in NEWSY NOTES. but he won the next three handily, seThe Twin City Derby was won at St. A. Barton Hepburn, of New York, curing a record of l!:30J. This handsome Paul by Yo Tambien. Sales of 300 sheep are noted in the has been nominated for controller of the young trotter is the property of M. S. fc J. K. Baugbman, of Liucoln. 116 was Mt. bterlinu Sentinel at sli.oQ. currency. The .Maryland peach crop is reportGeorge Shiras, of Pittsburg, Has been driven by John Hiagnight, trainer for average. by tho Senate as associate jus- Crit Davis, who has handled the horse ed to be far below tlie confirmed Fon Sale. A brood mare and cow f Jr some time. tice of the U. S. Supreme Court. and calf. Apply to Miss Annie Wray, The second event was the 2:30 class. Stanford. Official reports from the cholera districts of Russia showed 2,053 new cases Six horses started in this race, which John Henderson, of RockeHStle, , was won easily in three straight heats bought of B. R. Holtzclaw a lot of fat during one day and 1,277 deaths. e at Lex- by Warren Russell's bay stallion, Billy hops at 4e. Lougbridge'a William Moreland bought in Wayne ington took fire from spontaneous com- Wilkes; fastest timo 2.2G. county 500 stock ewes at SU.50 per head, In the first race on the second day the delivered here. bustion and So tone of hemp were conin tho a year-olstnko 11 horses were sumed. short-hor- n bull A tfood To evade work, Thomas Wall, color- eutored, but only five started. Georgie and S fine Southdown bucks for sale. S. convict at the Frankfort Lee, tho property of Cecil Bros., Dan- M. Owens, Stanford. ed, a long-terMinneapolis has the largest grain) chopped offthreo fingers of ville, was a hot favorite, selling in the penitentiary, pools at $10 to $3 over the fWd, but she elevator in the world; its storing capacihis right hand. ' In Marshall county, W. Va., a fami- wasn't what the Danville boys thought ty is 2,033,030 bushMa of grain. 800 ewes and 14 thorFoil Salk. ly of nine persons is reported to have and the best she could do was to get lid been swept away by a flood which fol- place; Stamping Ground 1st, Notre Dame oughbred southdpwn yearling bucks. St Givens & Carter, McKinney, Ky. 2d; best time, 2:IMA. lowed a cloudburst, Foil Salk. l.)0 good owes, 7 or S good In the second event, tho 2:23 class, bucku and n 2 year-olIt is rare that a murderer cheats tho full blooded gallows by natural death, but Henry Da- Lady Euclid was the good thing nnd al- Durham bull. Inejuiro atthisollice. vis did. Ho was to have been hung Sep- though alio lost the third heat to M. F. Gover & Co., of Pulaski, sold she proved herself to have the to Tine Cook 50 stock eiwes at $4: to W. tember 8 at Philadelphia, but died in staying quality and won the fourth' heat II. Johnson 40 at same and to E. P. jail Tuesday. and race; fastest time, 2:25. Burns, Tenn., J. II. Wynne At Woods 30 at S3 50. r Henry WaUcrson be.tt Boss Reed in a with an ax wifo Tho Garfield race course at Chicago aiid then attempted suicide. Ho was ar. race by half a mile. They were, as will has thrown up tho aponge, unable to rested aud when on tho way to jail was be Been by their names, mules. stand tho difference between the expenThe Danvillea came down Wednes- ses and tho returns, aud so goes Col. M. taken from tho'ofllcers and lynched by day and plajed an exhibition game, Lewis Clark's S100 a day as starter. his neighbors, bill, designed to pre whiih resulted in a victory for Harrods-- J. O. Evnus reports tho lnrgost aver-ag- o The gambling in grain nnd other farm burg by aBCore of 13 to 7. Tho Lexingof wheat so far heard of in Boyle. vent Harmon & Soper threshed for him in 3J products, will hardly become a law this ton team play hero to day, Thursday. Tho first day of tho fair not a game of hours 18 acre-f- l that yielded 737 bushels, session. Tho object of the bill is good, hardships on legitimate any kind wasopeued.up on the grounds an average oi very nearly 41 bushels.but it will work J owing to a disagreement about tho priv- - Advocate. dealers to some extent. oFTHEPnoaiiEssorOwEXS-boko," Vice-Preside- Fon tho seventh consecutive year of its eight years of existence, the Louisville Times has been awarded the official printing of Jefferson countv, on proof of having the largest circulation of any of the newspapers publi3he.l in the county. The proof shows that it has circulation in Louisville and Jeffer-socounty alone and no other paper could touch it with a 40 foot pole, not The Times e&n the is a sort of a free lance that everybody likes to peruse. n Courier-Journal. A process for making whisky out of molasses has been patented. A $70 round trip rate to the City of Mexico from Chicago is announced. At Louisville Adam Fuohs, employed at tho Kentucky woolen mills, fell into a vat of boiling water and was fatally scalded. The llesh fell from his bones. Kev. D. S. M. Martin, an evangelist of St. Louis, began n meeting Sunday at the Christian church in Paris, which will continue probably six weeks. He is creating great religious enthusiasm. Charles H. Page, junior member of Bro., bankers tho firm of E. D. Page and brokers, Philadelphia, was shot and killed in his office by Honald Kennedy, a customer, who committed suicide as soon as he had killed Page. At the horfao of John Pitts, in Men-efecounty, Ky Jailer Kavanaugh Tipand Tom Howard, of Montgomery ton county, were killed and George Rayburn badly wounded by Alonzo Brookshire, alias Hurley, a horse thief, whom they had attempted to arrest. Brookshire made his escape, but was afterward captured at Jackson and theoilicers had to prevent him being lynched. Fire at Bay City, Mich., destroyed upwards of 300 dwellings, two churches, four hotels and about 40 stores. A woman was burned to death and two children are reported to have perished. The loss is about 51,000,000. The new steel cruiser No. 12, which has been known as The Pirate, and which is Intended to be the fastest nud most destructive naval veesal atloit, was A daughlaunched near Philadelphia. Morton christened ter of the vessel the Columbia. o ''egos, but on the second day they made up for lost time and overy thing from craps to the orphan boy was opened to enrich (?) tho pockets of those wlib had moro money than experience. In the evening after all tho events on tho card were over n sparring match was had be. tween the champion Might weights if California and Kentucky. Thursday the celebrated trotting dog, Nod, will trot heats to lower his record two half-mil- e SHELBYVIt.lE.KY.-- An I AWNS j RcuMon ontn Wednesday, Bent. 7th, ifioi. 1'reimiTi for Wcllcalcy. W. T. POYNTER. Suhool for Ulrli. SUty-tlght- h ltttellih and Clam-lea- Annual l H of 1:31. The most enjoyable event of two days was the wedding which took place in tho grand-stan- d at 2:80 Wednesday.' W. L. Cnldwell, the furnituro dealer, had offered to give a fine set of furtif-- ' turo to tho couple who would bo married on tho fair grounds. Mr. John Holtzclaw, of Mercer, and Miss Salhe Hensley were the principals. The cere , niony was performed by Rev. W. T. r Corn. JudgeT. M. Cardwoll wns of ceremonies and after tho two had been made ono he kissed tho brido and prefcented them with a complimentary' ticket to the fair next year for tho whole family. As the couple marched upon platform the bund phved Mendelssohn's Wedding March and rendered some beautiful music during the ceremony. G. C. K. , o 1 nniorwTsr AJLM M 11 JW. NLY 4 1- -2 cents Men's medium and light weight Tr YiCj nr IVJl U S3) JL isv fif rpi oniJo rsv a yard this week Underwear, n fancy, Knit and Balbriggan. Worth irom $$ to $16 per suit. Nice 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. !5 TT T T1 C2J W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. nas-te- j ) DEATH'S DOINGS. Mrs. M. O. Vandeveer died Wed- -' uesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, after an illness of nearly four veara with that dread disease, consumption, aged 52. Notwithstanding she had beeu in bed a greater portion of the timo since that t Shoes V L ery low Prices in all Departments. j i z rJ $ 2 tf W lo '3 r i u 11 m FRUIT JARSf f1 JELLY GLASSES, ;Tops, Rubbers, Sealing Wax, 1 4 IMA MULLi miitana aarKcoiorsi at Cost. r , nisvfftv n m Tin Cans and Preserving Kettles - At - court-hous- FARRIS & HARDIINTS. l'5rj) r y y v i mtoi$S0m& Is Receiving His to-da- y. ' Low Cut Shoes1 Spring H:II! & Summer G'oods Ge me call. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. $10,-230,5- 33 few-week- dea-solat- e. E MDrABIL3li! AT 3 GOOBS AT OOST. B.K &W. H.Wearen's. Garden Tools, Kakes, Hoes, Spades, Shovels, Traces, Collars, Pads, 1 Fames, Leonard llcfriger-afor- s, White Mountain Freezers, Water Coolers, Etc. k Shirts T R E woxity Different . NOW IS YOUR CHANCE. MY ENTIRE STOCK AT Those needing adjusted Watches can get the following movements at prices stated: I J. V. Raymond's Si 6; No. 50 Elgin $20; No. 86 Elgin S20; John C. Dubcr $14, Hampden; John C. Dubcr special Si 7, Hampden. Other movements in proportion. All work neatly and promptly done. Call and sec me. ROHT. FENZEL. I Stylos. REDUCED RATES 1 ' OIL CLOTH, , EDUCED TO 20C A TTARD. SPRING CLOTHING OUR STOCK ! hemp-hous- . d ) VERY lilNB worth, attention IS COMPLETE And we can show as nice an assortment as the people have Ever Seen in Stanford. LOUISVILLE STORE. 2T2- d All Styles and Colors of Pat-My-Bo- y, kill-ediH- ia andbtep-daughte- Cassimeres, Worsteds and Home-Spun- s. . anti-optio- - JL-LiaJU. JL. k n manager, ST-A-HSTIFOIEI- Please Examine and Price Them. - M'ROBERTS 1.- - & HIGGINS. 1 j .i sfUffw vfjip&m rissJ3isimashsy 7 f Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournrl July Limb And brick at tlio lowest price. StcincgRei ifc Co., OtU'nliflm. Stanford, Ky., Youn nccount is duo Hiid ready 29. 1892 Pleaso call nrnl settle. I mean you. A It. Penny. , WIPED OUT. All B.o. wauton, bus. Manacer MEANS BUSINESS. ' M"hs. Ma by E. Wit ay's xentle rocka- way mnro was run over nnd killed by tho tral Tnenlay ntKlit. IIouhc Block but the of the Walton Opera Opera House. ' warranted. Ukmkmiikk ritiKS, The Interior Journals have been play on Firo and it and Half The colored troops fought nobly and "K in stcl bad luck that it was thought done at A. H. Penny's. Dozon Buildings aro deserve much credit. Jim Banks outdid Boy your books and school supplies of beht to disband for the present, Consumed. himself. r ; all kinds from A. It. Penny. Ik the water works had been in oper Tiik oppress vo heat and dry weather Havb your watch, clock and Jewciry All work continue, though a sho.ver and a fall Loss Ovor $50,000 ; Inauranco Loss ation all but the livvrv stable would have repaired at A. It. Penny's. Enoiuvino beautifully and artistically ' Bruco's Livory Stablo Sot Dr. A. S. Price will fill teeth in Judge Alcorn's ollice for the present. This is tho second tiu" Mr. Bruco has been burned out of the livery business. Sain M. Oivcns nnd John Sam Owsley Jr., each lost good huggtea in tho stable. The total loss is nbout 0.000 and the insurance on tho entire block is nbout $25,000. W.ajMOBERTZ, . o Druggist and Jeweler, Has a Complete Stock of ' r- - DRUGS, : BOOKS, j PAINTS. bo engraved freo of that all silverware, watches. Ac, bought at A. It. Penny's wil. in thn temperature were promised last niht. All persons greatly I than $11,000 on Propotry Actually Dostroyod. O charo. is m Jl Stanford has suffered another fire, 18S4, exceeding in loss thnt of March when all the building on the central For Sale. Onu second liniul block, except tho Inthiuok Johinal Miss Kllkn Hallou went to Sometbet, w'c'c Infection Safety lSlcyclo in Kood building, were laid In ashes. This time 11. K. and W. all tho Walton Opera 1 louse block, nve Miis. A. H. ItUK, of Puducah, passed repair, cheap for cash, at II. Wearen's. t.n..,..t, iii TjiiMflfittr Tuesdiiv. the Opera House, was consumed, n num. Givknw, of McKInney, Is Mies Imtiik Gov. McChkauy has succeeded in hav- ber of stocks of goods, 22 hqrses and oththe u'uest of Miss Jennie Cooper. ing nn oilicer of the U. S. nrmy detailed er valuubles. W. F. Siikkida.n, chief train dispatchAt 2:15 a. m. yesterday George Pendlel as instructor of military tactics nt er, is buck from a visit to Ohio. University, without cost to the in- ton and Will Iivelace, who were sleeping in I. Mack Bruce's livery stable, Mns. Monte Fox, of Danville, is with stitution. were awokened by tho cracking of flames Mrs. Alice IlauRhtnan. her mother, Danks, t,hn Jeweler, has for tho pres- in tho rear of tho building. They arose, J.MKsCAiiiiiro,of Louisville, is Mni. ent located at tho store of W. It. Carson. gave the alirm and attempted to get out visiting her father, Mr. F. G. Brady. Firo and water don't phnze him. Still tho horses, but they wouldn't budge, true. Mus. Makk Hakwn has returned Thousands of gallons of water were hustling and ready for business and in a short time tiio fiames had made pumped from from a ten days' stay nt Halo's Well. the old reliable town Call nnd get your repairs nnd bring such hendwnj and tho smoke was so pump, but It did not stop the flow in the MK8SI18. A. T. KVNNKLLUY Btl(i E. II. more. sullocating that all attempts nt saving Jones are taking in tho Ilarrodsbur least. The Flying Dutchman will leave us anything in the building had to benban-doned- . The sparks set fire to tho roof of Mrs. ".Miis. I."W. Omens anil Mrs. William Mr. Bruce ran in, but fell from day for Danville. It has been the Wm. Wearen's house, corner Main and Falls, t) Moreland went to Cumberland source of much nmusement for the suffocation and had to he carried out. Varnon streets, but the flames were soon Tuesday. young nnd the proprietor, Mr. W. It. AnThere were 22 horses in the stable, 14 Oflicc Ky. Elijah JIeazley Iih returned drews, has proven himolf a pleasant and of thorn his nnd the rest tho property of extinguished. Mil Misses Lillian Tanner nnd Mattie nnd from a businecs trip to Lexington and popular gentleman. as many persons. Mr. Brttco had recent- Nannie Vnndeveer worked like Troja u Versailles. ly invoiced his stock, when ho look Mr. and helped save mnny of tho old genand a party from THEThe negro, Kobert Perry, who nttempt-o- J Miss Luxu: nines II. Yenger in na n partner, and it lo sell stolen meat to 0. D. Powell, footed up over ?"),200. Ho had taken tleman's goods. Iloylo passwl up to Kock Onstto Springs Tho pawing and noi6e of the poor confessed that he took it from the smoke- out some vehicles and one horse and Wednesday. UifMorp-lani- l house of Mr. A. E. Hundley, in Boyle, buggy were out, so he estimates his loss horses made as the flames enveloped Mum. Miluheii Mokm-m,and several vicinity, is vWtlng her son, Mr. nnd Judge Varnon orderod him to thnt nt $1,500, with but $1,750 insurance, them was grew sipk at the sight and Biuell. county for trinl. Win. Moreland. $750 in the (Jueen nnd $1,000 in the . Nub Embry, a negro boy. was sleepMa. W. II. McKoiibuth and family ami Co. of North America. There Puor. W. C. UuiNsrHAii writes that ing in a wagon in Bruce A Yeager's staThomas spent WednesMN Ambrosia tho prlxo ottered for the best essay writ- were besides in the stnhlo n horse nnd blo nnd barely escaped burning. He day at Linnletta Springs. belonging to Col. W G. Welch, was scart-coining phii-toout of his wits. itKV. Grottos 0. Haknes and wife and ten by a lady nnd to be read at the Has not come and where there is danger of exposing your mizzen will bo a vnlut-- at $500, horse and buggy of Dr. teachers' institute, this county, Mrs. B. J. C. Howe deserves especial MiKses Marie nnd Geoigie Harms passed CaldJ. A. Anion, $25'); the fine stallion, Lan- mention. She wns on the opera house mast or exposing your knees, so as to lessen the hours of prayer or pair of?." shoes, given by Messrs. up to Middletdioro Wednewlav. leading shoe men of cet, $000. n horse of Smith Embry carrying water when the smoke was so getting too seedy to go to church, you can afford to buy one of our U. W. CoFPBYMnd Mifrs well A Lanier, the Mil. AMI Miw fl25, nnd two mules worth $100 each be- - dense you could hardly see. Summer Suits at our prices and always look dressed. Danville. Alice Coliey have joim-- Miss Uma longing to J. X. Menefeo nnd G. W. We are determined not to let a man go out who wants a light suit. All of the buildings will be replaced nt at Mayor I). W. Vandeveer's. A i.uttkr from J. 11. Cook, one of the Dickinson, of Science Hill. sny once, though some of the owners Mil. S. C IIaiidiv, of Albany, was the proprietors of that delightful summer reTho flnmcL spread rapidly and soon guest of liia brother, Mark Hardin, on sort, Cumberland Falls, states that near-I- the buildings owned by Dr. John 11. nnd they will not build if n livery stable is permitted to occupy the corner again. mute to Frankfort on legal business. every room in the hotel is taken and E. P. Owsley and occupied by W. B. Stanford now presents as forlorn ap11. T. Haiiiuh and Mrs. T. II. Miw. that letters are coining in by tho score drug store nnd Mack HutTmnu's And examine; these goods must be sold. The ladies have made a pearance as her sister town, Lancaster, w ho have been hero serenil daily from parties who wnnt to como at Snundere, furniture anJ undertaking goods, were heavy raid on our thin dress goods the last week, but we have some of but you enn bet your boots it wont be weeks, returned to Louiaville Tuesday. once. nfire from roof to cellnr. Mr. McKoberts many months till she will be O. K the prettiest left at those same low prices. Those beautiful Ging- LiTTi-Mary 1). Kennwiy, daughter of CAiioor Thanks. I desire to oiler valued his stock nt $0,000 nnd ho only ngain. hams, Printed Indias, India Organdies, Cheverons, Crepons, &c, are Is very ill Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Kennedy, saved n few show cases and things that Come now while you can get Tho loss on B. II. Danks' jewelry going rapidly. reepvery Is doubtful. my heartfelt thanks to all who showed with llnx mil her nnd kindly action in tho were not insured. Hu hnd $2,500 in the stock in'jW. B. McKoberts' drug store Cook, 11. F. Hudson and such prompt Mlwk. Tinb removal of my good-- during yesterday's .Etna and $500 in the Springfield Fire wns $200 with no iusurnnce. Ho will be s i, Waller, nnd Jool J. Walker nnl liU fire. For nil stirh I can only say I shall nnd Marine. He is moving what he found nt W. It. Cnrson's store till he can tlo Joe went up to Clear Creek Springs feel a life long friendship and regard. B. saved to tho H. Pendleton house on Lan- make further arrangements. He is husTuesday. caster Btreet. Mr. Huffman's stock, invoi- tling as usual. City. H. Danks. Miis. II. W. Evans, of Kaiwas ced the first of tho year $5,500, and he Mr. I. M. Bruce was rejoiced yesterwho whs Miss Sallie Engleman, nnd litAcLLfora meeting of the commit- had kept it up pretty well to those figA heavy raid has also been made on our Parasols, but we have a day when a stranger enmo in driving daughter, Christine, are at Un.pt. E. tee of the l.fth judicial district to ilx the ures, tle lie saved his three hearses and date and manner of nominating candi- nbout 11,000 worth of goods nnd his in- his pet horse, Cricket, thnt ho thought great stock yet that must be sold. Our ladies' low neck sleeveless T. ltochester's. dates for circuit judgt and common- surance amounts to $3,200, $1,200 in tho hnd been burned. Tho gentleman had Vests are the best bargains ever offered; come and see them. We Mil ani Miiil Geo. Howken, of of WilIf you can find a Mr. L. P. Curd, wealth's attorney, has been issued by G. .Etun nnd $2,000 in the Lancashire, He hired the maro nnd one of his best bug- are also closing out some broken sizes in Shoes. gies tho day before and did not come pair to fit they are yours now. celebrated Pearl and Eclipse visit to llev. D. Malum, of Boyle. Tho meeting will Our liamsburg, have been on it hns moved into the Murphy warehouse. Shirts have absolutely no equal. We always keep them and if you be held at iMnville next Tuesday, ''d, nt in the rear of tho Opera House. The back at night ns he had promised. and Mrs. John Hell Gibson. Messrs. B. J. C. Howe and Pearl Howe, want the best you must buy them. (iEN. T. A Haiihis nnd Mesers. J. 10 a. i. A primary election seems to bo OwbIcvh lose $12,000 on their building, Mort ltothwelland G. It. Uradley came the choice of tliose we have talked with. with no insurance. The next building, of tho water works, and W. P. Hnckett and his corps of electricians deserve down Ironi Cinh Orchard yesterday to While the excitement was nt fover the property of Mrs. II. S. Withers, val- great credit for the manly way they up. see how inueh of us was burnt and insured for $8,000 in heat, nn attempt was made to break into ued nt fought to save the town. Stanford should Mil. W.G.Lac key has gone to I. M. Bruee'a residence. Mrs. Susan the Insurance Co., of North America, bear in mind such favors and do what after tho branch school to see Warren was sitting on the front porch followed in quick succession and wns Bho can to reciprocate at some appro of Central I'uiversity, to open then and hoard tho noise, but by tho time soon a seething mass of ilames. It wna priate time. in tho fall, in which ho will lw a tench-er- . she reached tho kitchen, where tho nt occupied bv J. II. Foster, urocer, who Mr. J. It. Alford lost a double cabin of recently figured his stock at $S,000. Ho Mason, Lightning and Wire Top l'KANK Hakris, wife nnd Albert tempt was made to eii'ect entrance, tho eight rooms, valued at $500, upon which Cait. saved about $1,000 worth and has $5,000 left Wednesday for a visit to Chillicothe would be burglar bad skipped. The wns no insurance. Tho house was there insurance, $1,000 in tho German Ameriand Marietta, Ohio. Mrs. Harris and window had bven broken into nnd the Allen Hansford, Tom London A Liverpool A occupied by can, $1,000 in Albert will bo absent a month nnd the kitchen badly torn up, but nothing was Jim Burnett, Caroline Middleton Globe, ?1,000 in the Qucon and $2,000 in found misfinucaptain ten days. nnd other families, and they lost most of tho .Etna. He baa moved temporarily Anotfler house occupied Hkniiy Fi.e.nek, who ha been with Foil three or more years Mr. J. F. Wa- into the basement of Severance A Sou's nil they had. Porcelain and brass Preserving Kettles; Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Ivouiaville Store einco January 1st, Lillnrd nnd belonging to S. H. tho by Green girl, Kate Walton, has MitTer-e- d store. White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers, Fly Paper and Fly Trap's. will ters' littlr left yesterday for Chicago, where ho Banghman wns nlso burned. with n trouble of the noso and the The heavy walls of tho Opera House young likely remain. He is a clever Irons, Grind Stones, Scythe dictora (rented her for catarrh. Wed- fight of . . At Chicago there were 50 deaths Wire Cloth Spring Hinges and Corner mananuagooul l . .. ...!. ..ill Ku ne8lay the little one was placed in Dr and the steady and determined progress ""' brigade checked tho Stones, Grass and Weed Hooks, lades and naths. the bucket nnd over 100 proatratious from heat. The Carpenter's hands and nfter a short ex of the tinmen and left tho building the great number of stricken horse3 was bo friends. Full line of cakes, Candies and Fruits. Prices to suit the times. aminatiou he was satisfied there was no the square. The owner, W. that streets were blockaded at intervals. MissMArriE Paxton, who has been catarrh. Further examination revealed only one on P. Walton, loses $200 worth in cracked M. F. Elkin bouaht of B. D. Holtz at Bulla-lo- , ' assistant principal in a of a hard substance and he walls and dninngo by water, brenknge of claw n buuch of butcher stufl nt 2$c; of Paxton, the presence Wyoming, nnd Miss Bettie Wm. Burtou a lot of hogs at He; of Col. Boon had it out. It proved to be n shoe Ac. who has bten staying in Louifeville, re- button, which hnd become encysted nnd furniture, a buuch of steers nt '2; of . t JK.aKSJS573 Mat-ti- e Mayor D. W. Vnndoveer, who had no Underwood McPhei-soa milk cow at S2o and turned to Stanford Tuesday. Miss GO TO- almost stopped the nir channel. Her insurance, had nil his goods removed V. K. 50; of Wm. one of another party nt S2'J took mi extended tour of tho Golden parents are delighted at the outcome of His loss is $500, at least, counting brenkWelsh three heifers nt 2Jc. Coast nfter her school closed in June. Wixchestkk Coi'kt. Only about . nge, Ac. Pineville, has the operation. II. Fish, of Col.J.v-0weighS. II. Shanks loses about the same on 150 cattle on the maiket. Heifers ltEDfCEi). With a persistence worthy days. His wife Inst been here several GOO to 700 pounds brousht 2j; steers of goods and ho carried ing Saturday presented him with a demo- of so good a cause, Mr. Geo. I). Wearen hasty removal weighing 900 pounds brought 3. Light rough steers and heifers brought 2 to 3. who gives promise of equal- kept up hiH tight for a reduction of tho no insurance. craticBon, McltobertaA Higgins' loss is about All offerings sold nt fair prices. Two ing his fathes in stature. This is tho grnin rates from Stanford to the ligurcs owes brought $3 to of course, given Shelby City, McKinnoy and Gil- $500, w ith $0,000 insurance. They moved thousand mountain llrst born of tho family nnd, FORif 3 25. Sun. and so did Robert Fenzel, in our town is n little too Bmnll to propel ly bert's Creek till ho accomplished his everything Williams-burpurpose. General Freight Agent C. B. the mini' room. accommodate tho colonel. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. In the Owsley buildiug was Dr. J. F. Comptondied hard, but ho finally yield Times. ed, and grain can be shippedJrom hero Peyton's ollice and his loss on furniture, staCITY AND VICINITY. now to Sew port Xcwb nt 21 cents nnd to books and surgical instruments is ted at $200; Hill and Mcltobcrts saved Fhuit J.vna nnd Jolly Glasses nt A. A. Baltimore at 234, n reduction of 5 cents most of their furniture and law' books, I can supply the Cmi!ic of Stanford and vicinon tho 100 pounds all around, or a sav ity w,Ih home made ice at 60 eti pt 100 pound; Wnrren'a. one cent per pound, and of about 3 cents n bushel. Mr. Wear-e- n but they are in very bad condition, while less than that amountnat ents per 100 poundsor i! ing rnanufictured Ice at tho best Price's lost furniture, instru- cunt for smaller quantities. Ice delivered ecry Use Logau A Logan Flour, (legem s tho tlmiika of tho farmers Dr. A. S. to the I ments, Ac, worth $200. Dr. L. B. Cook, mornlnjr. call special attention X, U. John for Beer, for his gallant tight nnd final victory. tint is made. McKinnoy Bros. Hrewine C.' Celebrated I whose ollico wna over tho livery stable, which I am aent. Will furnish in eithc kcj; or Yotn nccount iB duo nnd wo ueeil tho The picnic to have been given by tho lost all his books, instruments, furni- bottle. Write for price. K I1REMKR, Stanford, Ky. ,3tf money. Call nnd settle. Sovoranco A L. A N. employes last Tuesday had to he ture, Ac, worth $1,000. Son. postponed on account of the difficulty in John Sam Owsley, Jr., had hia lawJ5sgL L. A N. is building tho lnrgest obtaining cars, Tho authorities prom-is- books, Ac, burned in tho Owsley buildThk June- to supply them Aug. 10 nnd thnt day ing. Ho is absent nnd the amount of coal bin the South at Lebanon hag been fixed for tho picnic to occur nt his loss is not ascertainable. Son. Everything will ho ar- Dillion Springs. T. J. Hatcher, shoemaker, estimates Foil Salk.-- A houeo nnd lot in DarBt- ranged to make tho day ns pleasant as Ho hia loss at $200, with no insurance. W. M. O'Hrynn. J. town'belotiging to II lvofrcshmonts, music nnd liaa opened shop in tho Commercial possible, II. Banghman. . IContuolcy. dancing will bo enjoyed on tho grounds. building, next door to tho barber shop. KlohmonU, THRRK COM.W.RS" OLA88IOAL, LanhBiiancii is tho mime of n now Tho committee of I arrangements is ns Mr. S. II. Baughman'a loss on the livnnd COMMERCIAL OOURSE. Pourteea in Whitley nnd G. B. McKeo follows: Geogo S. Itno, AV. 0. Abbey, ery stable nnd other buildings is fully department of Mudy. Healthy location in the heart of the Blue Grass Region. Moderate has been appointed postmaster. It. L. Martin, J.J 15. Douglas, J. P. $1,000. Ho carried no iusurnnce. Attendance last ICO to $240. scl.1011 CW. from t atcv Next Hughes. Tho musical gl'AKKS. 1. lSW. For full dato of tho Danvillo KearnsnudEd Do not forget tho o.on openi September directors aro D. Burgess and Thomas Yeager lost two fine horses, lufoi mittou aud catalogue apply to J. H. Fair-Au- gust just received. 2, 3, 1, 5. Fiuo Btock ex And'examine the Studcbaker. Car-loaL. H. BLANT0N, D.D., Chancellor. Higgins. worth $300 or more. Great racing. Excursion ritea. " hibit. Oh a PERSONAL 1.. POINTS. obllo indebted to mo will very by pitying nt once. My I been saved. II. Pendleton's stable filled with hay wns burned, but lie wna fortunnte to get WALL PAPER, TWEXTY-TW- HOUSES lU'KXKI) TO DEATH- - out'hia horf-es- . .Mil. John Wateiis quite ill with Mnck Hullmiiii. is heavv and need the inonev. War-yesterda- i Cen-trn- ... Maunger A. Hays' pet dog, "Nixie," warkilled during the fire and that gentleman is inconsolable. (Late Alexander's Hotel.) Mr. I. M. Bruco is undecided as to what he will do, but ho will probably TM0R0UGHLY go into tho livery business again. Rates $2.50 Per Day. Tho buildings were all of brick and Cor Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-Houshad been erected but a few years. The block was the most valuable in town. W. R. LOGAN, A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, Where all did so well, it is invidious Manager. J. J. Marshall, clerks. to particularize, but as fire fighters Mack Bruco and Gabe Itaney take tho bakery. It was reported that Mollio Brooks, a A. C. SINE J. it. MEXEFFX white woman of easy virtue, had perished in the llnmes, but it is proba'ly une, THE WILLARD. Louisville, Ky. SINE & to-da- Proprietors of The MENEFEE. STANFORD LUMBER YARD, and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, -- i. ... In-.s.-v d l oI heart-rendin- g Beaatif (il : Snoai I All You Needy Ones Come d Oof-fe- v ... v . i CHOICE things: J. S. HUGHES. Elian-bethtow- n Now Is the Time to Buy Ba'-le- y, Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, - ... Tic Cans, Sealing; Wax -- j A. A. Warren's -- "Model Grocery" ICE ABTD B3GEH. FRUIT JARS, JELLY GLASSES, TOPS AND GUMS, SEALING "WAX, &C m . Hre-m- er I I r Do You Need a W agon? o - UN VERS twenty-eigh- ... 1 TT BOIEN-TIFl- O post-oillc- o CALL AT J. B. FOSTER'S d x UM -- J. lJTiilTltt-&sjlgH- V "3SF1 emi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT THE PARTING HOUR. and From Dear Kate's Scrap-Boo(shed in Affectionate Remembrance of Her. There's something in the. "parting hour" Will still the warmest heart. Vet kindred, comrades, lot era, friends Are fated all to part. But this I'te seen and many a pang Has pressed It on my mind The one who goes is happier Than those that stay behind. PubMummer - Refreshing Retreats. days are fast approaching and now is the time that excursionists, Dleasurc-.eel.eand sportsmen should figure out a route for their summer tacation. In doing so, the dtltghfully cool summer and fishing resorts located along: the Wisconsin Central Lilies came tivldlr to view, amoiiir Villa, III., which are Vox Lake, III . Waukesha, Cedar Lake, Necuah. Waupa ca Flhcld. lletteruut and Ashland. Wis. Wlscoii stu has within the last five years become the center of attraction tor more pleasure seekers hunters and fishermen than any other Mate In the Union aud each vllt increnet the to again eethe charming landscape, breathe the baKim fragrance that is a part thelntigorating' atmosphere, m miller through the colonnades of stately ptnei and hook the speckled beauties with a hftinl made II v For pamphlets containing valuable information, etc., apply to T S. PATTY, IX I A., fnattanooi-a- , Trnn. C. TON!!, General Passenger and TicVet JAS Agent, Chicago, III. rs Muck-trtmagiH-lr- e J. II. BAUGimAN, FIRE AND STORM MONUMENTS Of;all kinds, II. T. NOEL Candidate for Circuit Judge In the 11th District, subject to the action of tin. democratic patty Ita Publlsbod Evory Tueeday and Friday INSURANCE AGENT Representing S2 PICK YI5A.K. hn IT ADVANCK. will lie char&ed.-ttw Made and Set Up in All Parts of the Country. No Agents employed M. C. SAUFJL.EY, Of Lincoln, ! a Candidate far Circuit Judge In this judicial district, subject to the action of the Democracy not to paid K. $U.60 u. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7.00 a. tn., Train leaves Rowland at returning ''"uH. LOCAL TIME CARD. . t ..11 S3 P m ' Hartford, of Hartford, Oonn., Manchester, of Manchester, Engf. Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, Ins. Go. of North America, " s Companies. I would Atlnfuhich are he pleased to wait on my friends in this line. Pol. promptly issued. Will insure against tornaicies does, wind storms and linhtnlip Lightning clauses attached without additional charge Office at First National Hank Stanford. first-clas- W. ADAMS & SON, ig-ti- , No. 41 llroadwny. Lexington, Ky THE RILEY HOUSE. J. S. OWSLEY, JK., No matter what the cause may be ......ji5m Norths m .6 50 am Freight North..... Lral ......513pm South. carry passengers. The latter train also The abore ii calculated on standard time. Solar time ii about jo minutes faster. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Trains pass Junction City as follows" Fast O V C Special ti 16 a m d Mail t:j7 p m ; New Orleans Limited 31; p 8 40 p. m Special Blue ll 1 nSl. m. v...i..I.amii,1 f .? C Grass Special 600 a m. ; Cincinnati Limited 1 4 p. m.; Fast Mail a.iS p. m. South-bounUlue-Grass M'l train going North " South Express train " South nopra 39 Pm Adventurous, dangerous, far, To the wild deep or bleak fraatatr, To attitude or war-S- till something cheers the heart that dares lu all of human kind, And they that go are happier Thau those who stay behind. The liride goes to the bridegroom's heme With doubting and with fears; Ikit does not hope her rainbow spread Across her cloudy teats' Alas! the mother w bo remains What comfort can she find Hut this -- the gone Is happier Than the ono she leaves behind. Have you a trusty comrade dear An old and alued friend? Be sure your terms ofjwcet concourse At length will have an end. And w hen you part as part you w ill-take It cot unkind, If he who goes Is happier Than the one he leaves behind. God wills it so, and so it w P. II. RILEY, Proprietor, London, - - - Kentucky. Good I.ivcry fs a Candidate for Attnmnv. iuh ject to the the Democratic ptrty.lnanr Judicial District to which Lincoln ctxinty maybe assigned. m mm !; Cholera Infantum his lost its terrors tinrr th iHtroductinn of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dmrrhsra Remedy. When that remedy is used and the treatment as directed with each bottle L followed a cure is certain. Mr A. W Wallers, a promitient merchant at Waltersbure. 111., saw "It cured my baby of cholera intantum after seeral t other remedies had failed The child was so he seemed almost be von J the aid l human hands or reach of any medicine ij and 50 cent bottle, for sale by Dr M L ltdurne, Druggist and Optician, Stanford, Ky low-tha- CJ jr-SE- dL I for I hive moved to my new Hotel and am bettft ptepartd than ever to accommodate the public. attached and every convenience de- pike. sired. Give me a call. 77 FRANK RILKY. FOB RRNT.IJri'ilr from 4 milea Stanford. W. H Miller crab lire hard I'arn of 140 (s) HE. Highest cash market price paid ..NOTICE TO THl..., HOUSE AND LOT FOR RENT. I offer for rem the House and Lot belonging to the estate of Capt. Gataes Craig, and ad)Hiiin) Dr. J II Oivslev, est Huitonviile street. Manforu, M" It hat right looms, god well and necessary TRAVELING I PUBLIC. Qn-ri-- S DR. W. B. PENNY, Dentist. Office South side Mam street, in office recently vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford. Ky. a Ob, SURGEO.V DENTIST. McRoberts Office oa lMain street, over Drug Store, Stanford. HSb A. S. PRICE, III A. popular as to need no special mention All who hai c used Klectric Hitter sin); the same sonir o( praise. A purer medicine docs not exist and it is iruirantccd to do all that is claimed Klectric Hitters will cure all diseases of the I.Urr and Kid-ne- S tyr , will remove Pimples, Ilolls, Salt llheum and other affections caused by impure blood Will drive Malaria from the sstem and prevent as John D. Castleman. well as cure all MaUrial Fevers For a cure of Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try Electric Hitters. Kntlre satisfaction Kurantccd or money refunded Pr Ice 50c and $1 per bottle This remedy is becoming ao well known and so Electric Blttors Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, &c, at & CO., STANIORD. KY. A G hae opened in connection with my Hotel, the iiint lS.lt P. M. Mv.RUilRTS. Agfiit, M1T3SHS . HOUSE, .A Stanford, Ky M. F. ELKIN Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co. I'll st-Cla- ss Livery Stable, Miners ami shippers of the GENUINE Lanharo 11 Penny's drugstore R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. DENTIST. U moving to the Higgin office, Lancaster street. Nitrous Oxide Gas given for painless estractiDg. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. The pilgrim on the way, Though weak and worn, more cheerful l Than nil the rest whe stay; And when at List, poor mac, subdued Lies down to death resigned, May he not still be happier far Than those, he leaves behind MIDOLEBURG, ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. MANAGERS, And offer the services of it to the public llrand new vehicles and fresh blooded horses make my stable compare with The Bost in metho Country. a call. Glse P W. GRKBN, AL. UURNS, Manager. PrtHirl-to- r. Try It. W are Hie sole agents for Stanford and Kowland Othce lorner ot Dtpjt street and railroad crossing HIGGINS A WATTS Original Jellico Coal. AWonder Worker. Mr Frank Huffman, a young man of Hdrliiig-ton- , O., states that he had bean under the care of tw prominent physicians and used their treatment until he was not able to get around. They pronounced his case to be Consumption and incu- rnoie. iie was persuaaen to try ur. King s New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds and at that time was not able to walk across the street wrthout resti jg He found before he had used half of a dollar bottle that he was much better; he continued to use it and is enjoving good health If you have any throat, lung or 11. cnesi irouoie iry trial Bottle tree at A. K, Penny's drug store, to-d- Insurance Company, THE GOFFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY , To Farmers. I am Agent for th Celebrated : Deorinff Harvesting : Company, oasey county. X. W. Hughes and wifo opened BARBEE& CASTLEMAN JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. 1 And offer their Machines f . the neonle of Lincoln county Their Hinders a.e unexcelled and their Reapers and Mowers stand the highest ol any tn the marltt Also keep all kinds of fUturri oh ee we lfere parchasmr hand OiSco at I'irst .National Hanx J H UALT.IIMAS. Stanford. Ky. Il-ti- f . Junction Marble&GraniteWorks JUNCTION CITV, KY Have just erected a new Marble and Granite The first oil well was tliscovered 11 House and am fully prepared to fill orders for all kind ot Marble and Granite work. I lutein my Vt ayne county, Ky in 182!), 30 years employ skilled workmen from the 1East. My freight before the dtVovery of oil iu Peuusvlva- facilities) can not be excelled and will not be " I nin. JOE S. WUIOHT. 38 school at Yoeemite Tuesday, 19th, with refurnished, new 11 his Hotel, renovated Commerce Building, Loimville in my charge and intendand conduit it is as te 152 pupjls. to not only maintain its high reputation, but te add Mr Van Pelt, editor of the Craie, Mo. Meteor, Kev. E. E. Blount litis resigned posto west to a drug utore at Hillsdale, Iowa, and asked riaai ia Agents throughout the South. Special avsommoda-- t to Its long lilt ot friends Homeopathic Phj'sician, ion for rontmercial travelers and tine rooms for the physician in attendance to gle him a dose of ral charne of the B.tptist church ou - KENTUCKY something fur cholera morbus and looseness of the thedtsptoy of samples. STANFORD, of his health. bonels. He sajs- "I telt so much better the next "W. A. TRIBBLE, Local A?or.t, morning that I concluded Office Hours: io'f t a. m.; t to 3 p. m.; 8 to A And Cuunlrr Pnduce, Carter Hoydon, the negro who as- and get him to fix me up a to call on the physician supply of the medicine Has opeiW hi stock ' Office on Lancaster street.opposile was surprised when he handixl me a bottle ot STANFORD. KY And 11IM.IARD and POOLROOMS attached. the peoi.lr uCfitsnfotd iifgouds anl Urmly t- serve saulted Miss Hatter with criminal in- Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and and tit Iniit ii n.. Dlarrhira Rem. JOSKPII COKKKY ing uatwtird of Hargalas and alt tu want tent some ten days ago, has been sent to edy. He raid he prescribed It regularly iu his K"l at Ikr lowest ntaihe prices should call oa practice and found it the best he could get or pre- Mm ua I ocan Avenue, riesr lncaater pile to the Danville jail to prevent bis being pare. I can testifv to Its elllctencv in mr esse at ' M Louisville Cumbvrimd dp lynched. He is said to be a hard case alleents." For sale bvDr Ky L. Hourne, Drug- Coffey Houe, gilt and Optlcui, Stanford. Office opposite and doubtless deserves lynching. Notice to tho Traveling Public. K. K. - ; Bucklln'u Arnica Salvo. Wig Dye an i Will Thomas went to I have had The best tor Double Dally Schedule, V. Hi j 6m Junction City one day last Week and sores, ulcers,salve in the world sores, cuts, bruises salt rheum, fever TIXK SIIISLTON HOUSE tetter, chapIn Klfcet July 1;, 1(91. all chilblains, they must have had bad luck some ped hands,positively curescorns and no skin crup At Kowlaad repainted and rn. ely furnished and tlons and piles, or pay requir, R. D. E. where on the way. Their buggy, as it ed. It it guaranteed to cits, perfect satisfactioc, with Hotel one of ihe ,t !D,'y Dly have in toniwcti-JD'ly iny! loons In the State, ..j.rndaj and nlhl , a ill-- M. money refunded 'Price 35 cents per boa. S HELTON HOUSE, AM Mil if. I.,A M nsaa .ers all trains In ..n lie. n. stood at Miller's shop the next day for or sale by A. R. Penny, Stanterd, KywuK II.,um For A 1 45 I jr A have walls tht ut - 5 ' I J C. also une of the ' Mineral "" vIrin an I Mrs : : Kentucky. repairs, looked ns though it had been Rowland, .... sr 4J ' JO... .K. AO JtsMtMMS. Patn.k. I.oins.ille. Mr ,nd Mrs 1'layd In- wrestling with a cyclone or some other $ Is- - "I Office hours 7 to 9 a m and j to 9 p. m. ?."!K Prostor.T,nn..A Manf.ird. Dr .MasoneyrMI. 7 it windy monster. As both of the boys D H 7J I II Dr. w Mr Mr. 1 W a in .. 741 Hasailion, Kiwun.1, Mr i.,i Mrs aud l! 9o 7 j) Ofryrtst lohnstn. have strong prohibition inclination, it When Bab was slca wo gave her Castorla. ..' 441 7 JJ New Haven. .... cO I.utiretl u M 7 Jim l,,. (;r.i...i.. Uai,, Js psr - .... 4 yi 7t day J M. Pelrct. ileri. tne m 1 ill 4 ' ul 7 ; ... WathbsirM would be wrong to intimate that strong When she was a Child, sho cried for C&Jtorla. . cj 10 JSf , Williams 4 ill 7 II Io J W CtRKIrK, Prop "") ii Sim;..., ... jw drink had anything to do with it. But as When she became Miss, sho clunf to Caatoria. -....' j $11 SM CJsI am agent for The Central Kentucky Hedgi 10 aj I i ..'taVtaaa Cbftch Riser. 10 7 t st Fence Co.. of Lancaster, and offer the er ices ol neither of them nppeured on the streets When iho bad Chi ren, she care them Castorla. 5J 3 J". to 17 I 11 both myself and the Company to the citucns of for at least 12 hours after their return, ..l.ac Massataifi.. .. J3f jj I 41 .... Tascwell ........... 10 Lincoln county. I am very thankful for the liber1A dealing to people wero led to make unkind re-- , . 11 17 oo .Pw Kitar .. .., al patronage received and hope by fair in Dealer in General Merchandise, need of a Rood Arthar ..... s merit a continuance. Farmers II so 9 31 ...Paar SeaseHS. fence will find me at the Myers House in Stanford marks. II Lumber and Shinjles. J4i 5S 93. Aithar ... .... jo on each County Court uay. 114 3J ........... Oaosts sold forcaik only The picnic here Saturday was a A carpenter by the name of M. S Powers Ml It Kites ,e ,asure M.Hamilton Saitnss .. II S7 941.. " ! J" g;.0in t from the roof to Iowa, house in general that I am d.ng S U II Jj 9 50 ...CamhertatMl Gap.,,. grand success. The exercises consisted and sustainedof apainful In Iinst Des Moines, of the alcsdy under the Cash Svstei-- and that the p.pl a and serious sprain o; 9 si Tunnel J unci is . .. Ml on to M II. Junction. ...... . of music by the string and cornet bands, wrist, which he cured with one bottle ot Cham- Go o'' 4 are raasdly catching fur the the fact that it is the it it ao io 0 better system. hHh berlain's Pain Halm. He says It is worth $5 a buyer and seller They 10 11 4 JJ 3 .ilMNlcMro.., u alto kaow that I sell aoeds for about a third Ics bottle. It cost him 50 cents. For sale by Dr. M recitations and vocal music by the Dealer In NORTH HOUND, taan my comptitars se da credit business He L. liourno. Druggist and Optician, Stanford, Ky To have tour phetoeraphs taken. He leerx up Leave CumtxrUwl the three Sunday schools and aewber that I constantly Foreign and Domestic Fruits, i.an. u. m t wMnm did assortment kep Dry Oouds. on hand a aplei , with all the of " CwiMh Ciroseties. il jo p m on the subjects of prohibition, . lltsois. Hats and (he like Call In and a m " " - jo Confectioneries, Ac. Uvtar4i education and equal rights. The latter . 1 4J a m icemysiock, which is " Wlachester almost daily r J II. HILTON. RawUwd. Ky. " ...... j to a as " l.evtnt; itMl We will pay the aboe reward for an iseof Has with him a first ciass baker and can I urnihs was very ably discussed by Miss Laura satisfaction, And will piveyou S7 I.ier Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, inread, Cakes and the lite on short nonce. ' Arrive Loatsvtllc Clay, of Lexington, in a speech of an digestion, Constip ition or Costtveness we can not A.J UARP, MaNford. Tillt STAXrtjRD - ....... r o a m . a at Ctaciaaatl cure with West s egrtahle Ler Pills, when the " and 15 miuutes, while the former directions are strictly compiled with They are hour SOWN iiTO.n'iJ. MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, was discussed by D. B. Goode, Reva. J. purely segetable and never fail to tive satiilac-tioLsstve CiaciaaatT I A. N jo sa j 4J p m Large boxes lontaimngo Sugar coated Co. " l.ottttvMle " X. Bowling, Edgar Fogle aud W. A.Gib- pills. 15c Hew are of counterfeits and imitations H 10 yj r m Arrive Parlt T he genuine manufacture' onlv by The John C. OF STANKORD, KY., tjsm1 Has I.eiilM;l son. The crond was estimated at 2,000 West Co., Chicago, Corner Main and Depot Streets, For safe ty A K Pen.. pm " WiHcnaster la new fully erganued and ready for business witt. will hate Ke at.i h.Vctri, I'Unts .oi,i-te' ..... 41am aadinccatra.ted he nh re.pii..l.le iirnsluc lis Maniad LiviMsetsM Kentucky. and there were sutHcieut provisions ny. Stanford, about stsiydars, the Water Plant soon a " j so a sa spread upon the ground for double that ! " up Capital of - - S200.000. CamberUad Oa Paid M eJAPN15S3S Has just received a handsome line of Spring and "I In order to late individual 'ontracis in suamcr Millinery and invites her lrirnds and the number. The only drawback was the Puilmaa PnUsv for Water and Surplus, . - - - 19,000 wilhoat cHastes). Car KasMviJJe U Claciaasti offers the followiar r.lectru LiEht. theComiMny generally to call in and get hrtt choice. very hot weather and 'the excollont jiuniic StB.'ZfWJrB ttr.,i Hats and Ilomiet. trimmed lu the laiest stle by t oiinGtusaa asasVs whh all Usims North aad .Necessary watar pipes trill be laid. cMssected to SUCCESSOlt to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL most artistic hands. shade made that of little consequence. at Craad CstjUat aasssst. Cincinnati. m4st4 at actual coat lor pipe and woik. HANK OK STANIORD, 1 hruush tickatt ass sal at Ctiy Tkk .dace r.wcsrsc wimw pat la tail "'csftaaiy iitaras fui- NOTES. it Oay strswt aad Depot TKkel edic, foot Wswt ni.hoa Irec ol tlsarge A new and Complete treatment, tonsistine of Now closmj up) with the same assets aud under I. M. I) RUCK. J H. Y EAGER the same manaeement. street, KBoavtlw. .Maui I'o be of hH qaatliy ad guaraMleed Io give Prof Tom Hopper's silk hat made him suppositories, Ointment in Capsules, also in boa fly arc as I or any information as t rassMS iats, etc., ap- - sail, faction ami pills, a pwititc cure for txteri hI Internal, fully provisions ofasits chaner, depositors National ate depositors in piy to The schedule af adopted rat, to I rota tj to so 11RUCE & VEAGER, the most conspicuous figure there. Weeding, Itching, Cruoi. Recent or Hanks, protected Mind or A lll.Y, Aelinj Oen't Piss Agt. its shareholders being held individually cent, lower than is ssssMliy 'lvo er been Hereditary Piles This remedy Willie Waters was there with his pho- known to fail Ji per boa. 6 ior S 5.has netby mail liable to the extent ol the amount of their stock HENRY A SMiril.titr Ticket Aeeot sent therein at the par value thereof, in addition to the Kaosrille, Teba Schedule AND SALS STABLE, w UVfflT, Why suffer from this terrible disease when a nograph and raked in many a nickel. of Yearly Water Rates. amount invested in such shares It may act as Kuarantec is poilitey kivco with 6 botes, to But didn't little Wilmoth GilTord refund the mone) if not cured Send stamp for executori administrator, trustic, Ac, as fully as - of t Dvellntien faucet individual J t 11. H. Penny, saTo those who entrusted their bulsmess Io STANFORD, KY. II a h addiiinnal look sweet when she read that essay ou free sample Guarantee issued by AKy. Call fur ui jo Driijtt;ist and sole a'ent, Stanford, l.rk wAA, !....! i.wtVI. while ranacitiK the Lincoln National llanl. ol ....v.. w,.,u.iai .. i eo samples. The above firm went inio effect J ily it and re- "Shirking?" Stores, Hanks aad I'rivale iiDicm, latscet Stanford, we we here tmderour many thanks and REAL AGENT loan., iilltaic, one UUtfl 50 spectfully asks a si.aie ot the patronage of the trust they will continue to transact their baiiReas We saw a conbiderablc amount of jt public. Hose attachment lor tpneklor ith us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenJim Stables, private, one aaiasal j. onnin sparking done that day by a NUVL SJf tion te same, our twenty years' espvnencc it Ky. f&fe ? lUch atKlinoaal animal. and as liberal wcosmhmhUiIsws as are .... NEW RIGS AND HORSES I sju iUnisSL. bankingwith sound banking. couple from the buckwoous. t! '3? I have quite a number of FARMS for sale ol the M5v Have been purchased and nothing but Mies Clay's "woman's rights" (speech f VlWasWw Electric Light Ratos. MKKCTOMS: l.aatstn Lloioin county. very Ural B turnuuts fill leate the stable For coBtssMjtctal Ilsessr tarsus are all well improved and was a little wearying and somewhat out J J. Williams, Mt. VarasHi; rich Ustd. running in si from tn too Aires Dr. E Nerve and UraiTi are 4 three 16 c. j. lacaadoacoat laa, J. M. llall.Staaford; of taste on tlmt occasion, but everybody a specificC fr NVett'ssteria, D12 nets, riisTreatment, a Give Ceastdsrinf linns locality, their richness, and r H r vef Neuralcia, of soil, tht. omvttiKKU of turaasksM and J. S. Owsley, Stanford ; Headache, , iNervous rrotrajon i.iuei by alcohol 37 (oric.p each iacaades.eat UesuVner'sao $7' u need not have kicked. that hnag markets rlht la our dour, latiy " ao " or tobacco. Wakefulness. Mental Depression. Soft S.J. Kasbry.Staafrrd; 66 are cheaper than the l.andt of any other coaatyia m If that thief that plundered the writ- Mine ol Hrain, iauni(f insanity, misery, decay, 3 " j. & L)na, Staalord; , n mi iy misiiH iaa coua- - jj t hvi death Premature Did Afc'e, ltarrenm-MI.txt of lav wi. 11 er's box of the "grub" left over from diir Power in either sex, iRiputccy l.ucorihaa and A. W. CartMMtur. Killfvtllc; ty over 5 miles from n dci M For keftalssxe Uat: The mftUwtit PHI In iho World ! 'lit cuunivis checked wilh turnpikes runsuag J. P. Cash, Stanford; ner ill come and pay for the queens-war- e all c mule Weaknesses, lutoluutary Lowes, SperTswre ss not a public luad en 'sT inevery direction ao of brain, Self !? o matorrhea caued by Willia Rooch, SsaaliHd, Ky. U not alKkdasniied l.e broke we will forgive him for Abu.e, lAriBir the county sent that A month's treatmeat sS M S 11. Sasuiks, PreMdout jd We have the knoivillst llraiich of tb L AN It Wc guarantee sis bose to six tor Ss by mail i, "" Jl what he stole. l R. dividing the county flow Kaal to Wnt aad the " 4l4SM ' " " cure l'.ach order for six boxes with $J will send 3 J B Owsley. Cashier . Fur each additional C. S. K R row North to .'ouih; the K C. R. K are very small, yetnofiseM nil tho vir10 iruarantttr W M. lliUht, Teller tllie Gunn, the organist, written issued only to refund it not cured GuarLittle Miss For lurthar iafotiuatioM, apply to Irom this place 10 Cincinnati, cru.tuir the C all A K. Penuy, Druggist aad by antees Iarser Tittt'a rill tIilolif d O tues of tho an until .ntfir tlilrtvvfav.. at Winchester, giving full accssss to the markets of liitVA tiA.n 'serves especial mention. She is nn sole agent, Stanford, Ky. J W HAYDF.N.Suft, As. c the wh ile wurld. Hcssdes, we have tHrsss large .,, ,i. . Tlirlr size unf coin- !., .1V .....v- - W. UI,fII "1IM IK Ftour Mills iu the county that give ua a market I. tUera for tho uso of children WJ NATIONAL BANK for all our grain riht at hasw, and the develop uml peraoiu with wcaUstoinaclis. 1'or Mie ncqimieii iici.vii creuuauiy, wotna AND SALOOff tnent tf the mountain reglou ol Kattern and Kentucky bv milroads aad the outOF STANFORD, KY O O lu put'in it lightly. 1 $kciv T AT ROWLAND let South by railroads has created tuh a demand UJAjf' MM thsrnro Invaluable ns theyenuso the . fnr all kinds of c ereals and t rnvender that w ecan . ' )Wn ff .h TiX. .,:t!i-- -' nourish tho bodyfl Willow Grove, Boyle County. Capital Stock scarcely retain enough tor hamccunaiimptlnn. S-IWJ'' - .IvTt ard puMoffniittirallywIthoiituaimeu, he people are priHperout, generous and kind, '.sBa. Kritiintr. liotii sizes ofTutfa nils believing in Christianity and education. '1 ht'rc :iVL 18,50-I" 1,' ...AXW t'l"V Oor aoUiliy all flrurtRlsts. Dose small. (4 hay.The fanners are verv busy with their I offer for sale privately mv frime Hotel and Surplus , Is not a neighborhood in the tounty but hat a AWki'.V. .". 1 s"st'rVTlie 18 food this season. lvic,2Ac. Oflicc.aurarki'lace.N.y. Saloon at Rowland, which are now renting at J"5 gcod church and of the public is tnvited to the fac Attention per month aud tine point Saturday nipht we llret heard that for business, It is centrally locatod point uon a divis- chjt this is the ouly National Hank in Stanford Stanford, the county seal of Lincoln, is a prosbeing at a ttrrrtnal W) perous little city of intiab lid old, old dispute amon;? the katydids, bo ion of the L. A t It has good well, stable coal Under the provisions of the National Hank Act the great doorway about a.sou North tantaNorthis f CS from tne and house and other necessary outbutlditics. Addross depositor! are secured not only by the capital east South and from the Northwest it will he just six weeks, till uriui JCinu 1 in sout'east, stock, but by the stockholders liability lor an MR MARY C. FKRRILL. Stanford. and standing as it does gating right Into the amount equal to the stock, so that depositors of Frost comes from the North and blows of the undetvloped mountains of Southeastern this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000 Five sworn statements of thecondition of the bank Keiituckv backed up by the whose ttlue Gra-h's icy breath in our faces. Although region ol the State with railroads running through are made each tear to the United Stales govern his coming means death to bo much that ment and its assets are examined at stated times it to all points of the compass, makes it naturally one of the nest located towns In the nouth for by gotcrnment agents, thus securing addituona is beautiful, it is inevitable and to many mannfacturea and other enterprises or ni.i'nituf'c ind perfect safety to depositors. Water Works arc now This institution, originally established as tht n bo ue the town about being agitated anda right he will be welcome. of lie Deposit Hank of Stanford in 185,8, then Miss Knuna Pipes has left to take there could be erected Water ned as the National Dank ol Stanford in iS6j and little cost that would supply a Works with t.ry) city of I5.ooo in- as the First National Hank ol again charge of her school at Cave Hill AcadeStanlord in ib3, has had practically an uninter habitants with the purest and best water in the ' rupted existenceof ta jears Ills better supplied world. Our little city has hern newly rebuilt in my. Miss Lucie Park, of Kansas City, now wan mantles lor transacting business prompt the last few years ami Its business houses nrd re. is with the MisBes Lewis this week. Mr. ly and liberally than ever before in its long and lilcnccs will compare with larger cities of greater Our merchants and tradesmen are pretentions honorable career Accounts of corporations, fiduStrother Cook, of liurgin, ppent WednesWe hate two all prosperous and doing tvell ciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully banks with a capital stock ol 400,000 that are day and Thursday with his sister, Mrs. prospermia and in a good rondttlon The Directory of this Hank is composed ol We have aide .did schools. We have a Female E. Waters. Mrs. W. T. Ward is with College, a targe brick building, with our lonpn. T. J, Foster, of Stanford; i her parents at Tumersville. Mr. and ill ailtrnuanic miiii ....1... inn 'i.i. ipMi?,iii ui uimri .1- .in. 11. Forestus Reid, Lincoln county; l'rof. J M. Hubbard, is in h flourishing condiMrs. James Swopo made a short vibit to J.W. Hayden, Stanford; tion. We also have a Seminary that is a good F HUkemnn at its head We school, with l'rof their sister, Mrs. Jennie Carpenter, at S.ll. Haughman, Lincoln; have one ot the Dest 1'ublic School buildings ic M, Miller, Mt. Vernou; Mr. Peter Phelps, who llustonvillo. my Barber Snop to the Com Havlnir removed this section of the State, with over 100 pupils in City S. T.' Harris, Lincoln; mercial Hotel, I am attendance, and with other good private schools, WIUL.IAM came down to see his little 3IORELANU, you sec our school facilities are excellent J. S. Hocker. Stanford; Dealer in the above We have elegant church bullniugs, representing ter, Angeliue Cobb, during her illness, Prepared to Accommodate Ladies G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; every denomination, with a full corps 01 ministers Orders for Oattlo, Sheep and Hogs returned to luchmoml Monday. T. P. Hill, Stanford. of fias .class talent jnd are doing a better business as well as Gentlemen, DR. JOHN M. CRAIG, ... ut - General -:- lercliaudlHe. Flrst-ClassISalo- on court-hous- 1 39-- y j7-- tl DR. J. A. AMOIT, 1 J 1X1 t'-'- U j Stanford, Kentucky. in in tzu hmh I o PROCTOR, bi - U b 0 i n JI. ,.Y .Hes-ttrl. . .11 7 O 11 , 33-- i i,.J,r""l,l,l',i .." A.-r- n. I TO THE FARMERS. Psjirfrls -- '- . . nrj . . . . ' 4 4 H. HH.T01T, ' . 111 - . 1 ii st-- te 2OCS0HM3S3 mem-berff- of to Earp's Art Gallery cd 1 -- CMh-iag- $500 REWARD. Ialcsl Iniproveiiiciils. oa-- ir 1 Sa-s- rpt-n,h- e. (" Sr-'f- n. Milliner and Dress Maker FarmersBanMTmstCo. Watertight and Ice 11 111 oj-iy- r ,....ii ....! 1 1 1 a j f- a- CORE Nortb-ws- 1 V m ft rit-t- en t. isrsii, .vts a coa-lute- ESTATE Stanford, at mma -- 1 first-dai- a m?ifi - IJWIB . aiu-On- them a Call. W rati-roa- GOOOOO0O Tiil's Tini Pills sucnr-co.-itlnT, w hi r-j. I over-exerti- 1 M tarM lV I On" - .. ...... I 97-i- 1 . Siok HsadacL. HOTEL PIRST i . South-easter- n OOOO0OOOQO .... FO Jl A. Xj 3J. 8200,000 m. ft"m v t- MmV m 1 fca 11 J- I school-hous- -- 7iUtezz Jlgg."3 - bus-a- i s an 1 three-fourt- hs 11 ' I solic-te- d. 1111s ..:; 11 urand-dauL'h- In anything they may wish In my line, also waited ou. Call u me. Ctiil- - W. G. Welch, Stanford; W.P.Tate, Stafford. I.S, OFFICERS: Hocker, President; John J, Mc Robert J, Cashier; A. A. McKinney, Assistant Cashier. JESSE THOMPSON, In Commercial Hotel. Solicited. Stock Cattle and Sheep a specialty. than any class of men in the city. I have tried to make this statement as facts, I ersont having: any of the above described without anv exaggeration or coloring, as those ror sa oor wiililii t. pureliaie same, srtll dostock well who know will bear no out, nnd those who with to call on or address me An experience or fifteen to buy pleasant homes at lair prices and locate years ill this bus;ucss , been profit to me and among'agood people witn all the best surround. I think I can make it profitable both Io the buyer Ingt would do well to call and tee me before and seller. F O. address Stsnford, Ky. olsewhere OlTiee at the Jlycrt House. pur-haii- tig .V. 'A"' 5Vt s