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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892080201 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. ,f Jnpntw wmasf" opt igiigiTiyltiiywii'riiijrwaByglafppWi Semi-Weekl- y vol. xx. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. -- Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. AUGUST 2. H892. DANVILLE. HUST0NVILLE. ' NO. 45 services wore held in the tor, Lena, nre hen from .Worristown, room Sunday . county court Tenu., and on a visit to their olil home, Itlco llongo has ft handsome new Metssra. Breckinridge, Sauflev and wagon to lo used between hero And IN'ool, candidates for riaeuit judge, spoke Stanford. nt 'J'xv'l, Murcer county, Mon- The union services next Sunday night will be held at tho Baptist church A few days ago nar I'arksvilte Joe conducted by Ho v. Hill. Turner received u pitchfork wound in The Howland bane ball club came hand whloh iztvohim lookjnw. For two over Friday and defeated tho home nine days hw'coudltion w.h very serious. in a couple of games. Mr. V. T. Scott writes from Bir A roon nlonic was given at tho fair mingham, Alii., that his hrotlier, Arth- ufc. '.,-.- . .....' crounus uimij. in... ur, whom he wont to see and who has band furnished the music for the n. beon v,ry ill of fever, is somewhat Cntliolic to-da- y, Mr. M. 0. Thurman nml little (hit ali Tho corn crop will be cut short the continued drouth in this section. J. B. Cook writes that there about 100 guests a that famous summer resort Cumberland Falls. Our jail is completed and Mnrshal Taylor is very anxious to got some one behind tho bars. The candidates for circuit judge spoke to n very good crowd horo Saturday evening. Judge Saufley seems to have tho lead in this precinct. The younger boys of town are organizing n brass band and say if they can get tho help of the citizens of this section they will have a band here the people will bo proud of. The band will be composed of somo of the best talent In the country. We hope the boys will succeed in their undertaking. After cutting and shocking his oats, Bob Whitls, living in tho vicinity of Kidil's Store some of the bundles. Taking his shot gun he watched his oat field to see how the oats we disappearing. Ho did not ltave long to wait before one Tom Price was seen going out of tho field with a load of grain. Whitis said it made him so mad he could do nothing but give the fellow a good tongtie lashing. Why didn't he use his gun? Miss Blanch Tnidwell returned from Cumberland Falls riday. Tilden Cook is at Cumberland Falls pluyiug bass violin in tho band. Felix Twidwill got ducked with the trunks that were overturned. Mr. Homer Oldsdu and wife, of Paris, arrived Sunday to visit the family of W. H. Williams. Mary D., little daughterof Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Kennedy, is improving. Boyle Head nnd family are visiting here. Hugh Logan, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Adams, of Longview, Ala , is very low at the home of Mrs. A.'s father. W. D. Wetth-crfor- d returned from the Falls Sunday. Mr. T. T. Blanford and wife, of St. Mary's, are visiting tho family of F. M. Yowell. Mrs. Polly Kmiliuian Is in a critical condition. Miss Kate Cook hii3 secured the public school lure. Stanford Female College. Fall An J. M. HUBBARD, SQSSidn Tuesday, A. M., President. September 6th, 1892. Music and Full corps cfContervatory and Normal School teachers, .arse id Literature, Catalogues and circulars furtiishcH ..n application Exceltt ut boarding department SEVERANCE Dealers In -- Charles Taylor and Mattle Tltarpe, German will be given by the hop room over tho Hec colored, of the "jitsrsiinou oiohard" in tho club , nrdotllcu. An excellent time Is antioi-- neighborhood, were married in the oounty clerk's ofBco Saturday evening by pated. Judge Hemphill has joined the band HwU. II. Iitirk, of the colored Metho-an' ordered a baas horn of tho Helicon dist church. A citizen of D.uivillo who has in the and 6lldo trom- pattern. The Helicon very seldom s'en Inst two yetus received a good many cir bono are instruments culari nnd "groeu poods" clipping, and in a county baud. II. T. Logan U at homo from his has always been told to telegraph re. trip through tho South. Mhw Fannie plies and not to write, Inn recently has roturned to her homo In ceived permission to write to tho "deal Louisville. A. H. Hlw, of Paducah, is era." u , tlio same old sueker they are bete on n visit. Capt. T. W. Olds has after only tho bait is changed. Iostruc-bee- n quite sick for several days. Un- - tions are given to write to Louis Gillen, clo Dave Arnold spent Sunday with his Flmhlng, Owens Co., JC. Y. Samu.il Wade, colored, for a breach son, W. A. Arnold. Tho people near llryantsville were, 0f the pence was fined $20: Will Thomas, bleed with a tine rain last week, which petit larceny, rtt) days in the to within a mile and a half of house; Rob Terry, ptit larceny, 00 days all the latteralso cob LaticaHter. The heat for the last week in the has been intensely oppresrive and it has oied. They were tried before Judge been Impossible to keep cool either day McFemtu Monday morning. Wade was drunk and raised a row beyond the town or night. for a lodge In some vast wilderness, limits not far from the depot, Thomas "Oh, 8loj0 5 rom lili i)oril, uli ivrryjstole Some boundless continuity of shade." The county ofllclals are worrying inciU from tm. 8moke-housof A. K. over tho now election law. After divers iju,it,y. ir.'I. Talhnt. Link son. Dernsals they have come to tho conclu- ii.!..nt nf sion that it is about m elwtr as mud, and 0t,ntrMi Unlv.uylty. ami winner in sever-thmore vou study it tha lo yon know n, orKtorlcal contests, is here on a visit about iU Some of those who voWl for u, J8 M,,nt) Mn AUX Anijerson ,i8 un. the new eoustituUon wy they regret it, e(.f c s jtU.fc(,0ll sn( otntr rotiitives. in view of tho trouble and ex,we Mrs. H. I Va. o( Mobile, Ala-and esoary to carrying out its many conipli-- ct,Mruti are visiting tho family of Col. rated provisions. J. W. Gnest, herfaUier. Meesrs. Lucien I.ongfollow, in Kvnugulin, has this Nelson, Hart Uoodloe and John Craig lieautifnl suggestion: are funding f'.v dura at Cam)) Hur 'Tho trumpet flower and the grape vin rion,;H popular and fashionable Hung their ladder of ropes aloft Ilk tit rtascrt northeast of totwi. Mr. and lmlder of Jacob, Jirs. ii. it. iiuine, oi Miver ureeK, nre On whose pendulous stairs the angels asgliosis of Ml Mamie Meltoberts. Miss cending that tut I'liilltl. of Louisville, nnd Misslliggius, Were the swift hummlng-blrd- . ted di'mvuding from uloeaom to mos- - of Hlriimoud, are visiting Miss Sue Mo-win." Hoberts. It Is suggested that when called upon N0S0D0DV KNOWS BUT MOTHER. for the reasons that caused tho Columbian Kxposltlon toj From Dear Kate's Scrap-Booand .Pubadopt the trumpet llowor as Kentucky's lished in Affectionate Rememof tho lady favorite, tho handsomest one brance of Her. commissioners might bo selected to com-Nobody of ihe work It malvt mlt to memory the choice words of the Io kcp iM Kume tocclhrr; Nobody knuwtof ike p it Kot and repnU the.n for the pleasure of Nobody kseon but mother. tho inquwitivo public. A ' o( tir. bet-slo- & SON, -- or GEN. WILLIAM A J LANDRAM. Dry Goods and Notions, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Boots and Carpets, 1 J j l , cornmis-sionerHtoth- o , t 1 LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. Tho Hon. I) U. Colson will speak here on August 0. Georgo Statham had n bright llttlu daughter to dlb last Meek. How Jack Collins left with his family for Texas last Tuesday. George K. Stone has returned from a few days' trip to touiaville. The public school has opened liure, with James II. Thomas as toucher. Absence for about ft week at the bedside of a flick son is our excuse for filling to contribute to the last week's issues of tho Joi'Iinai.. M. K. Humphrey started a few days hince to the Indianapolis Surgical Institute for treatment of his lamo leg, which was injured onie time since. Elijah Coil'ey, after ft month's absence at Hot Springs, Ark., hat returned. Miss Liwlo Jones, of Somerset, is now on a visit to her cousin, Mrs. Dr. Licenpo wrh Issued last week to Mr. V. T. Wilson, of Hussell county, to marry Miss Anna Hoy, of this county, and Judgo Wm. Myers in the county clerk's oilke united Mr. Simon Wheat to Miss Mnry Standi. For tho apparently liberal feo of 100 George K. Stono has undertaken to ..n,ii nink fiihonv how to vote in ac cordance with the now election law. This is to be done in time for him to vote in tho coming November election. Since commencing operations Georgo has concluded that ho has a very task to perforin and thinks he is liable to make n total failure. difll-cult v Ho kind enough ".0. in your paper tho following to publish , appointments for speaking: Crab Orchurd, Saturdaj, August 13. rreachcrsville, Tuesday, August 10. Goshen Church, Wednesday, 17. McKinney, Thursday, IS. Speaking at 1:30 i m. The other candidates are invited to bo present. Yours truly, Notice of Speaking. (To the Eiluor Inferior Journal.' Danville, July H. J, BltKCKINltlDGK. has contest for the withdrawn from tho . .democratic nomination for governor. It is Uiought that ho will appear as an independent candidato and will be indorsed by tho People's party. Gov. Buchanan, of Tennessee, Soldier or Two Wars and a Useful Citizen In Peace. c. Shoes, 1p. Gen. Landram was born in Lancaster, The following' goods we are going to close out Ky., February, 11, lM'S, where he rpceiv-e- d his education. His father, Louis Landram, who resided several years in StanR ford, was a Virginian. Atthenge of. IS the general enlisted as a private in com pany A, commanded by Capt. Johnson It will pay you to see them if you need anything in the list: Price, in the 1st regiment Kentucky commanded by Col. Hunjphrey Marshall, and was soon promoted to the All light Dress Goods, including Fine Dress Patterns,. Organdies, Swisses, Challies, Canton Crepes, position of orderly hemeant, which he filled to the expiration of his term of serHrandonburgh Cloth, Pine Apple Tissue, Cotton Challies; vice. He took part In the famous battle hand of Buena Vista and in the hand-tGents' Puff Shirts, Ladies' and Misses Shoes, encounter with Torrejon's Lancers at Ladies' Waists, Ladies' ready madeUnderwear, tho ranehe received a saber cut acros including Gowns, skirts, Corset Covers, &c. the left shoulder. Shortly nfter his re turn from Mexico he resumed his posiAlso a splendid line of light Wraps. and was afterwards tion as deputy elected clerk of the Garrard circuit couit without opposition. He was at one time clerk of both circuit and county courts. Ho acted as deputy sheriff one yeur and nlso edited and publisned the "Garrard Banner," a whig journal of that day. In ytKr BP2 n 1319 he voted for Mr. Clay's scheme of gradual emancipation, aud on the breaking out of the war took the side of Union. He was made colonel of the 1st Kentucky cavalry by Gen. Wm. Nelson; n$sitod in raising that regiment and afLONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. terwards turned It over to Col. Frauk and for over aud all the Wolford aud raispil the 19th infantry at The institute is teachers have gonu home, after u week Harrodsburg, two companies of which Cantnria. cures Colic, Constipation, "CatortIaso well adapted to children that Sour Stouineh, Plarrlia'ft, Lructatlon, ware furnishud by Ljnrolu county. In of pleasure. I Itas superior to KUU Worm, ghea sleep, and promotes dl reThe infant of Tom Leak, after sever- the ollicial records of the war of tho II. A. Arcticr, 31. D., known to me " restlon, Without injurious medication. K. Y. al weeks' illness, died Thursday nnd was bellion, copies of which are iu tho posIll So. Oxford St,, session of Judge Situtley, favorable men buried Friday. Thk Centicr Company, 7! Murraj- - Street, N. Yice cruttm supper was given In tion is made of the services of Gen. LanAn r.wr the Catching block Friday night for the dram 20 times in connection with the Vicksburg campaign aud 20 times in conbenefit of the Kindergarten. Several attended Colson s epoakiug nection with the Bed River campaign. at tho Bernstadt colony last Saturday, In tho History of tho Civil War in Amerand all agree that his speech was fair ica, by the Compte do Paris, the conduct of Gen. Landram is highly comand his beer superb. Misses Beulah Pherigo, of Chicago, mended, nnd toe personal memoirs of and Nouearle Pherigo, of Stanford, are Gens. Grant, Sherman and Sheridan visiting their sister Mary atG. W. Farts'. contain like leferences to his services.', Nobody lMftki to th childMk vrmi shall keep constantly on During the year US92 I Which kUtm only .me4hr; CltMrley Xorris and family, of Paint He commanded a brigade of six regi- stock of hand a full and complete pln4 by 4fhty kWwi, Lick, passed through Friday from n visit mentsaC Vicksburg and a division of 12 Xoboiir, Mly MottMor. of three weeks to Clear Creek Springs. regiments nt Jackson nnd in Louisiana. . He was chairman of the Repuhhcun Nobody kao of Uk ilritit enrp Named. Some time ago wo mentionWlluindiw baby broth en State Central Committee of Kentucky ed the arrival in tho family of Jacob Nobody kitowt ol tk tMottr pnj , during the Hayes nnd Harrison camScierifet, a Swiss democrat, of Bernstadt Nobody, only mother. colony Iu laurel county, of triplets and paigns and in the latter Harrison reNobody kaowt f the loiwi lowgkt I'l'ivm! vnt U'llti'li in thn 1iirr. Of lovm; ooe moibor; the (set that he had asked Gov. Brown voto ever cast by Aiy stock of the republican put tv Xobody kiMwi of tke (mtiwoea OMghl, to name the trio two boys and a girl. Nobody, only mottior. Saturday's Frankfort-Capitsays that Nobody knows of the shxIom lor the Governor has named tho boys Wil- given iftuch of his time to musio-- his Leu darllasf may not Heather ts iargCr and better selected than ever and 1 assure my customers ol bur Browder, in honor of the Tb itcirm w( life la llw yoara, songs, instrumental pieces for the p'uuo drompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas Southern Kentucky scholar nnd lawyer, Nobtfly Vbow V but motk-rr-. aud bauds having been extensively pub- - D.LTOn ;n charge, A. R. PENNY and Thomas Crittenden, iu honor of tho "Nobody koeclt at the throae above 111 ew luru, oincinuau, jouis of Mo., w ho was his class- nailed To lhaak th Heavenly Father. ville, Now Orleans aud elsewhere. W . a h It... in fnrmatlnn all nn 4 a.n r .VldAVk. f ..., 1: .. rt Kor that mate at Centre College, while tlo little et jftlt a nMitlter' love, " His license as a lawyer is dated Nov. fsT LElfiiV' STO t?P 2 Noboly can but Matker. Virginia Singleton, afgirl is to be called HkI IS, ISol, and by John L. B,idE d. ter the Governor's charming daughter. es ami Green issiened Traffic iangr , 'o.I'.vt.a'., Adam?, who woro judges of 'MM Down in Caldwell county Mrs. Wil- A purse of SUi was made up among tho F t son died of consumption. Her husband otlkvis on tho Square and bent to tho tho circuit court at that time. " xwasvft.o;i7 fe?rrJv 'iiv k '!.' ra h Gen. Landram married Miss Sarah was sick at the time, hut he j;ot out of father, with the hope that tho little ones ' U"1'mJ- 0-- ' bed, shaved himself and said he would might grow up honorable aud useful cit- Walker, a daunhtor of William Walk, r, a highly rspecte I citizen, and has live KMiftXili die before noun next Jay. He then sunt izens of the old Commonwealth. children living, viz: Mn. R. A. Burn-sidtho sexton word to dii; n double crave. Mrs. W. O. McFarland, Mrs. W. G. He died at tho appointed hour nml tho MIDDiEBURG, 0ASEY COUNTY. Duulap, Louis Laudram, correspondent iChetapeale .V Ohio Iicul. bvis iiitc two united in life in death nere not dirK-luite a crowd attended the picnic of tho iKTEKiojtJouitNAL, nudMIss Katiu vided as they wore lain away in tho acM&TflCTEMfi Philadelphia on Carpenter's Creek Saturday. Laudram. He is now Gl years of age same grave. Baltimore, Now York, sick- and practicing his profession in Doctors report a vast amount of Us naWilliam Joyce, u fnrmer living near Tweaty it llesthe Shortest to Old Point ami:i!i Seashore and all Eastern Cities. Pleasure Kidge Park, was shot aud prob- ness in this vicinity and are on duty day tive town. IN EFFKCT NOV.'is, iSoi. Tho above is but a mere outline of inably fatally wounded by his Eon John. ami night. Fust Doc Hurst and Mr. Herman, of cidents of the busy life of Gen. LanArco. This reeii Is a remarkable tragedy. In Chics 0, E Aluhican Points, Louis, east nou.vo. Mail Daily Daily Boyle and Mercer counties, are hero in dram, who iu every station in life that St. Detroit, lluffalc. Cleveland, Dally Dally Ex. bu, ExSu 1S5S tho wouudd man's mother, sister Indianapolis and the W est, Le I.exinston.... 7 3J a, 6,00 p,i 40 S3P business ho has filled has demonstrated tliat to Ne a Knglanil, Canada, and brother were butchered by six ne- the interest of tho lightning-ro" Winchester .. J a. 0 45 P'I2 30 7 cop S 34 a, 7 Mt. Stcrlias of tho negroes turned State's nnd havu made many sales. Their work act well your part, there nil the honor groes. One pi I 05 p 35 P 25oston, Dally. lie. A fighter iu war aud a peaceful, has proven very satisfactory. evidence, but as his story was not Arr Ashland. .. i io pno 07 p 0 40 a riiiladelphia Baltimore, 33 man after hostilities ceased, Washington,tune to Harrodsburg, r'ranlcfor f T. M. Hopper, the band boys' teachcorroborated tho jury ncquitted Quickest - watieitDur. 11 a p.io 47 p 9 jo a p 17 50 p. 10 Jiummgion. ShortfH and Richmond, VIRGINIA " Washinjton for Rolling Fork where hi deserves the highest tribute of his 6 35 a a 10 p them. Tho whole gang were then lynch- er leaves Monday quickest line io 10 47 ai j $0 p innajcipnia.. he will teach another claes. Tom's un- fellow citueus. As a soldier, civilian and ed, live being hung in tho ArrjN'ew York i ao pi 8 20 p tiring ellorts horo proved him a good scholar, ho has left his iiuprius on tho X"Hi yard and the thro.it of the other cut at Daily. countr' nnd made the world better for' SOLID VKSTIIllLED TRAINS thro' with WEST BOUND man for the business. the jail door. Merid- 6 Lve Huntington..We are requested to say that in re- his having lived iu it. JLiy ho continuo out change via Chattamotfa, Umnlnishain, Knn 00 Misa Henrietta Green of Now York, 35 P, " Catlcttsburg1 6 aj ian maUnc direct connections en route tor 54 7 4 P has brought suit Hgainst It. L. Harman gard to the report on Mr. G. W. Swee- to live long and prosper Ashland.. .. 6 37 a a 05 ville, Ashcwlle, Lynchburand points in the va3 1 7 )t s v 6 ney leaving here aud also leaving a for $50,000 for breach of promise of marMt. Sterling 10 27 a 5o3 P I IJ p a Thk Queon and Cu scent Route Kill " Winchester.. 11 15 n! ? 45 P $S P 7 33 a riage. She avers that she was engaged inortg ice on his farm Which he sold is 13 place excursion tickets on pale to Texas Arr Lexington .... 12 05 pi o Jo PI P! i 05 a 45 to him rind having implicit confidence iu all bosh. Mr. John S. Coulter Is the " Louisville....! j 35 pi 9 50 P 7 4" P 1150a At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, AVilminc and Arkansas, alwi Indian Territory, at ton, Charleston, Augusta, Macon, Savannah. his honor, she accepteU his invitation to man who held the mortgage nnd he says greatly reduced ritcd. nu August 30th, Ilrunswick, Lake City.ThoiuasvilIe aud FI.OHI DA points. go to the Hotel Royal and spend tho Mr Sweeney paid it oir in due time and Tho only line runtiinpsolid estibuW trains with isepteinber 27th Hiid October 25th, good Limited Vestibukd Trains run dally in conn night, owing to the lateness of the break- every thing is bipiure. .V Ohio "F. F. V." to N ew Pullman floudoir or Palace Sleeping Lars to bt for return 20 days from date of feale. For Augustine without change lor any class or pas- lion with Chesapeake Yoik of Laurel Couuty: To tho Democrats ing up of tho ball to which he had taken bajritage. Fast rates, innpa and further information call ser gers orand Montgomery, Huntsville, Decstui betweenMail Trains run dally and make local steps Selma Lexington and Huntington. her. That huge assignation house w as Persuant to a c til of the clialrunu of tho . on agentB of the Q. it C. Uoute, or agent riDlCULCi ,H6tlt't """ ARKANSAS uoints. Mo Huntington and Motehead Accommodations crowded aud they had to occupy the first appellate district, the democrats of to Anmston, Selma, quukest Sliort..st run daily, at your stntio.i, or address D. G. Ed- bile. Dncctand connections made at Lexington and Morehead and Lexington and same room, with him on tho sofa and Laurel couuty aio hereby requested to LEANS without omnibus transfer for Galveston Mt. Sterling Accommodations run daily except wards, G. P. A., (.'iiifinnati, O. Houston, Austin, Sunday. she in the bed. The firo broke out and meet In mass convention at the courtThrough Sleeping Cars tc and from Washington he jumped from the window and escap- house in London, Saturday, Afig. Io, at Sioux F.ills, . D., has concluded lo and New York without change. TEXAS, MEXICO AMD CALIFORNIA. M. for the purposo of selected unhurt, while she had her legs nnd 2 o'clock i'. go into the nloou business in other For full infor.nation in regard to rates, routes, only through lire to Jackson and Vicksburg, La., ir aking direct connections Ac , apply to any agent of this or connecting ilnes nrm broken. She will fiud it, we opine, ing delegates to attend a' convention to words tho city will own and operate tho The M,s... omnibus transfer lor Dallas. Fort Worth. 0,H a rather diflicult job toconvince n jury be held at Catlettahurg Aug. IS, to nom- saloons, and it may bo a nice point without San Antonia, El Paso and polntsin C. L. DROWN, E..HUNTINGTO.V. Austin, G. P. A., V. I and G. M , as to their relative positions that night inate a judgo for the Court of Appeals. whether a man who getd drunk at tho Lexiniiton. Ky. TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO.CALIFORHIA. Ch'n Co. Com. municipal bar can be punished for ino. W.S.HARRISON, nnd it will be late before she comes into John Pearl, G.W.BARNEY, P. A., Ashland, Ky G. M , Lexington, Ky briety. possession of tho $50,000 she claims. W. J. Litto.n, Sec'y. For thtough rilet, correct county maps and Iu d Regard. ess (O ost. cav-nlr- y, -- work-extend- ed o work-hous- ch-r- k e o JijiHiiB'sBaiss , ffifE!SBJjEVT5fE!y?xjB Infants fcum-m- ar Children. 1 - lo A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER Drugs and Paints. Oils, & Stationery. N4r'( ToiletArticles Glass. Books, lrji-OfX- l al "iofvJta Z."'" WATCHES, -i , CLOCKS -- fir r8WEtt$X 1 well-know- n f sV , )EryJ3 mim3m illitl'1.J-A'U,IlW. TIL U m. EOiA ftf iUgf 'WW' bum ""'" ..,,.'"' y HO wport News & e, mlmmSi wmmm te.ipPi valine M l ; Washington, 1 d s sufli-cien- New York, I tly law-abidi- ng court-hous- e W lOIS AJftSj I I i CAML!IMS, u ' I ' j I m Shri-vepr- I 1 V. liLt-mif'kMm- k Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknul Ky., - 8 :a-for- August 2. 1892 W. P. WALTON.-- ' l V P i.f phis, and who is sentenced to bo hung Aucust 12, continues to excito the peo-nlol Tennesse?. The Court of Appeals having decided against his petition for n now trial, before which he, being a lawlending argument, a peti jer, made the tion for a writ of habeas corpus anu aiso the right of appeal were heard before Judge Jackson, of the U. S. circuit court, and denied. His attorneys will now try to get the matter before the U. S. supreme court and failing in that, will seek executive clemency. This case is ono of the saddest on record, though Col. King does not desorves the symputhy that is wasted on him. With ability, a large fortune nnd a lovely family, he sacrificed all for illicit love and kept on the downward road till ho became a desperate and cowardly murderer, shooting down in court the "man who as counsel was only giving his client the benefit of the law. King deserves the ignominious death n brave jury has said he should die, an.il if the sentence be carried out it will be a signal vindication of the law by proving that punishment is not solely for the poor and friendless. King has made his bed hard and the courts aud governor, should allow him to lie on it, although ho is now feiguing insanity to defe-- the ends of justice. ' The House committee on agriculture has reported on the effect of the existing tariff laws on agriculture and it shows that the prices of wheat, corn, hay, wool, hogs and beef have declined and the prices of groceries, shoes, hats, hardware and clothing have advanced during the past year. The farmer will very naturally seek to find where the benefits of the McKinley law cornea iu, with the absolute certainty of discovering that they do not go his way. In truth that law" was not intended to benefit the farmer hnd the laborer, but such men as Carnegio and others, who are enabled to make dollars by it almost as fast as one can count. In his masterly speech Friday Senator'Carlisle showed that iu 15 general occupations iu unprotected industries, the average rate of wages has increased,- and the Bame number of highly protected industries, wages .have decreasedi .Dovrn with too robber tariff, which enriches the few at the expeuso of the many, simply to enable that few to bo more liberal in their campaign contributions, to perpetuate republican rule aud rascality. - II. Clay King, who nmr ilercd Col. Postou iu coM blood at Men The co of terest of a certain street railway, which heafterwardsdecliued. Mr. Myera claims that Droege proposed the sell out himself and that ho only gave' him bait to see bow much he would swallow. Tho two men have been deadly enemies, growing out of tho legislative race between them. The general opinion Beeuis to be that Droege set a trap for Myers, that Myers saw the trap and baited it for Droege, and tho latter, having his suspicions aroused, made an effort to save himself by his public avowal. The whole matter has a nasty look an nehher of the men will enjoy further public confidence, unless the whole thing is cleared up. In any event, one or the other must go down as the result of the dirty busi- Aldehmax Uhoege created a Bensation at Covington by making a statement before the body that Hon. Harvey Myers had offered him $2,000 to vote in the in- ness i stitution, who fought Cleveland and boomed Hill iu season and out of season aid got mot ingloriously left even in his own State, has written a letter to the pledging Georgia's electoral vote to him and promising his own unswerving support. Mr. Cleveland answered in a characteristic letter, and so the editor is happy again. Ho discovered fcpme tiuio ago that he was not so big a man as he imagined himself and the taking down of a button or two has made a better njan of him. Editob Howkll, of tho Atlanta Con- The republican papers in Wilson's district are trying to ruiu his chances for by publishing the message he sent to 0. F. Burnam, iu which he said: "The nomination of Harrison means defeat." This ought not certainly to hurt John Henry. It simply shows that he is a man of anigosity and of more general understanding in his neighborhood than those who profess to believe to tho contrary. Tue Legislature is evidently determined to stay at Frankfort till the outraged people march on tho town with muskets and cannon and drive the per diem filch-er- s libme. A3 evidence of their determination it may be stated that a bill was on Saturday last mado tho special order for Dec 1. committees. Thomas II. Sherley, of Lou. igville, is a mombor of the execotive, of which Mr. Harrity is by virtue of his ofGov. Campbell fice chairman. It is said of tho campaign will be mado chairman committoo. if Chairman Hauritv has appointed his V ti. R. Breckinridge has been in the'-M Arkansas district. crv that OPENS SEPT. 14, 1892. comes faom Washington. Tho fact that elgM courwiofitwlyai followi: Agricultural, Scientific they are likely to do ao is a welcome one Veterinary, CUttleal, Normal School. County PHloiical, Ciil KngliiKrlnic, Mechinlwl exchange states the to tho people. An ppoimeM recelvertlree of tuition. Hoard In ilormltoriM jpcr week; in privalo famlliei Jj.so to J4. situation as follows: There are 4" re JA3, K. PATTERSON, Ph. D., ProB., Loxlngton, Ky. KrcatalcKue apply to publicans, 39 democrats and two independents in the preseutjSanato. Twen-tysivncancii'8 will bo filled In tho next Senate. Should the' republicans lose four they will lose control of the body. Should the democrats gaiu six they will Men's medium and light weight have control of it. There are nine republican Senators whoso terms expire, and it is extremely doubtful whether a single oue of them will be succeeded by a republican. Thoy are Folton, of CaliWorth Jrom $5 to S16 per suit. Nice line cheap pants worth from fornia; Hawley, Connecticut; Perkins, $1.25 to 51.75. A few more pairs of Ladies' Shoes in broken sizes. Kansas; Dawes, Massachusetts; All the above goods must be closed out regardless of cost; so call and Michigan; Davis, Minnesota; mills. examine goods and get prices. Full line Fruit Jars in stock. Smdera, Moutana; Hiscock, New York, The total colored population ns reand Sawyer, of Wisconsin. The Senate the census of 1S00 is needs to he reformed out of the billion-dolla- r turned uuder Of this number 7,'470,040 are rut. of African descent, 107,475 are persons v. Xiciiolls, of Louisiana, the Chineee, 2,089 are Japanese and 57.S0G , man who first had the courage to attack are civilized ludians. New Orleans has at last settled the the lottery and recommend the repeal of its privileges, has been appointed chief Myra Clark Gaines suit with a chtick for justice of thp'Sfnte. He is a graduate of ;923,SSS, but tho plaintifi and every atWe dont want to carry over any West Point and was a general in the torney in the case at the beginning loug ago put in their appearance at a higher Confederate army, in which he lost an Summer Goods as we need the arm and leg, but as a half man ho is and more expeditious court. In New York Saturday there were room for our coming Fall Stock, equal to several whole ones, and is noted for his courage, common sens and 2S0 deaths, tho greatest in a finale day for 20 years. Heat'caused the lanreat and in order to close out the honesty. number. For the week there wore line of Summer Goods, vc THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. deaths. In Washington the death g will sell you every article in that rate was the largest ever known. The bill to prevent barbers from Major Wicklitl'e Chapman has been working on Sundays was laid to sleep in atiDoiuted a sinkinK fund commissione line tho House. in place of Col. C. E. Hoge, who no Ion- The. Conference report on t.ie revwithin the city limits tio enue bill has been adopted by both ger resides capital, as required of a commissioner, Houses, but the governor is expected to is nephew of Mrs. Proctor Knott, veto the miserable thing for a number of He a During the present sesisa of Cou-- . reasons. greei 9,S35 bills and joint resolutions Mr. Tribble's bill to disqualify turnThis Week. the House, and pike officials, surveyors, owners of grist have been introduced in the Senate. Tho House passed mills, tavern keepers and saloon keepers 3,004 in 475 bills, of which 2S1 were afterward from serving on grand jurys was unfavSenate. The Senate jwifs-eorably reported by the committee and passed by the 001 bill, of which only 113 were aftr- refused its second reading in the House. ward parsed by the Houge. - At It is said that Private lams will NEWSY NOTES. against Gen. Snowden, Liout. j bring suit 15 to iSc Congressman Craig, democrat, from Streatorand Col. Hawkins for bin dam- -! French Lawns, worth the 24th Pennsylvania district, died Fri- ages. He is tho man who was up Closing price, S per yd. day. by the thumbs for 80 minutes and then Action on the bill has drummed out of the militia of Pennsyl- - India Mulls worth 20c been postponed till the next session of vania because ho expressed gratification Closing price 10c. Congress. at the shooting of Manager Frick. Gold to the amountof 54,500,000 left h Alonzo Brookshire, who killed Jail- - pnnao. unrth -, -- ....... :e rinsing nt xn U 0 New York on Saturday's outgoing steam- er Tipton and Tom Howard, of Mt. Sterers for Europe. 75c ling, was captured at Valley View, Mad- - Ladies', Gnuxe Vesta worth William Wallace Bruce, ono of the isou county. He was placed in the Rich Closing price 45c each: wealthiest citizens of Lexiugton has been mond jail and Gov. Brown was notified. declared insane. Tho governor ordered him kept at Rich- Ladies' Gnuxe Vests worth 20c Is Roceivitiff Hia Talton Hall, the notorious despera- mond until called f8r. Charles Johnston, do, was resentenced to hang at Wise fitisnected of aldinir Urookshiro to es Closing price e, Va Sept. 2. time. cape, was captured at the eatne There were 204 deatha in Washing- They were afterwards remanded to J.es-- j ' ton the past seven days, the largest inton. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. me call. , number ever recorded in a week. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Robert Bartlett, who is wanted at : Carrollton for the killing of Mrs. Curtis, J. E. Lynn eoll to E. C. McWhortor has been arrested at Huron, S. D. a fine Southdown buck for $11. AT- Lexington sold f 103,000 of her 4 C. J. Bailey, of Faytte, bought of Ladies' Slippers worth S3 00 IK) ewes at per cent, bonds to a New York George Abraham his lot of ' 54.15. Closing price $1 90. broker at J of 1 per cent, premium. . J. M. Hurst was dowu from RockThe planing mill of D. H. Myers of chickensand sold 38 Ladies' Pat. tip. Slippers w'hSi 25 and the old Barlow flouring mill at Rich- castle with a load dozen at 2 25. mond burned. Loss, $S,000; insured for Closing at 75c short-horbull A good 2 year-ol55,000. and 8 line Southdown bucks for sale. S. Men's FineShoes worth Lee McDaniols was lynched by 30 M. Owene, Stanford. $2 00 " v masked men near Dalton, Ga., because and 14 thorFon Sale. 300 owes .Closing at Si a- of an nlloged criminal assault upon Miss oughbred southdown yearling bucks. St & Carter, McKinney, Ky. Givens Clemmie Woods. For Sale. 150 good ewes, 7 or S good Coolers. A rate of S19.50 from Louisville to full blooded a )f the bucks and Denver and return on account this otliee. Durham bull. Inquire at Triennial Conclave of the Knights TemThe report of the State Commission- CLOTHING plar has been announced. of Agriculture for July saja the whe t er Alice Mitchell, the Memphis freak, crop juat harvest was never equaled. who loved Freda Ward so well she killSewell county, Knnsiw, ha an ox ed her, has been declared insane and which measures 14 feet iu length, 0$ Men's Contonadc Pants worth 75c will be confined in an asylum. feet high, aud, when fat, weighs 4,500 MY ENTIRE STOCK AT The last rail on tho extension of the pounds. Closing at 50c j Ohio Valley railroad, which will conBoth the tomato and blackberry nect Evansville, Iud., with Hopkins crops are short in Pulaski this year aud Men's Light Jeans Pants wth Si 25 ville, Ky., was laid Saturday. the average citizen will not be able to closing at 90c. At the Manhattan Club in New York pay his taxes. Those needing adjusted Watches can get the following movements Georgo K. Sistare, a memherof thebank-in- g H. W. Raymond's Si 6; No. 50 Elgin S20; No. S6 Laoley is making a good start Men's Cheviot suits, gray wthS7 00 at prices stated: L. M. firm which failed for $l,o00,000, comHe has four Elgin S20; John C. Dubcr S14, Hampden; John C. Dubcr special at the Pence closing price S4 50. mitted suicide by shooting himself., Si 7, Hampden. Other movements in proportion. All work neatly promising racers now and expects three The supreme court of Michigan has more this week. and promptly done. Call and sec me. ROBT. FENZEL. Men's all wool CheviptSuit declared unconstitutional tho acta of 1S91 Wm. Myers, of Washington county, and 18S5 reapportioning the State into bus sold to Mattingly, Simms it Co , of $7 90 worth S12, closing at Senatorial and Representative districts. Lebanon, tho bay trotting gelding, DiaMen's fine worsted suits worth The City of Paris beat 'the fastett mond Joe, for $1,500. time from Liverpool to New York on S1S50, closing at S14 00 The Winchester Democrat reports her last trip by 33 minutes, making the gales ofG5 head cattle at distance in 5 days, 15 hours and 5S ui'iilJ 350 mountain ewes at 8 to 3J and a utes. lot of hogs at 43 to 5c. It is roughly estimated that the Col. Simms' warehouse at Paris colstrikes at tho Carnegio mills have cost lapsed aud 20,000 bushels of wheat, pur$1,000,000, besides tho loss of life, and at chased at 70c, and S.OW of 75 still there is no prospect of a settle- 30 were piled in the debris. ment. G. A. Swinebroad sold to various In Pulaski county Deputy Sheriff parties in Lincoln and Boyle counties weclc Grant Sellers and John Coffee shot and And we can show as nice an assortment as the people have 400 stock ewes at 52.75 to $4.50, anil to J. probably fatally wounded each other L. Bruce S3 high grade ewes at $4.50. while Sellers was attempting to arrest Advocate. Coffee. J. O. Carroll & Co., Gem Roller The L. &. N. and tho C. & O. have Mills, have bought of T. 1). Chcnault agreed to a rate of $13.50 for the round-tr- ip bushels of old wheat, with privilege from Louisville to Washington for of taking 3,000, at the G. A, R. meeting iu Washington in All Styles and Colors oi September. Sufl'erers from the drouth in MexiAndy Beshears and Henry Willie, co are crossing into the United States at who fatally injured Farmer Delk and El Paso, Texas, in groat numbors, offerthen outraged liis wife beforo his eyes, ing their labor for their board or for 25c were taken from tho juil at Jackboro a (lay. and hanged. Tho Mt. Sterling Sentinel says that Tho fire which broke out Tuesday, Carson, Berman c Co., of Richmond, Home-Spun- s. in tho oil tanks of tho Standard Oil Va , have shipped 7,000 lambs from thero Company, at Ludlow, is still burning since Juno 1, paying an average of 51c It is now thought that tho total loss will for them. reach $175,000. Charley Adams sold Wood A Prew-it- t Tho Crauo Chemical Works, at a lot of hogs, averaging 175 pounds, Springfield, N. J., blew up. Many per- at He. G. A. Swinebroad sold to James sons were slightly hurt and ono man is Rob'lneon, J. Harlan, W. T. Ward, Dick missing Ti that tho loss Bruce and others a lot of stock ewes at will bo $250,000. S2.75to$1.50. "Tin republicans may loss the Sen- ate." This is thn despairing x Stock-bridge- , Tho Senate Committee on Territories has been instructed to visit New Mexico, Arizona, Utah aud Oklahoma aud report on the propriety of admitting theee Territories as States. Dr. J. B. Cranfill, prohibition nominee foi vice president, is editing the Texas Baptist Standard, a denomination al paper. He ia only 35 yeais of age and was brought up a cowboy. The commander of tho uniformed rank of the Knights of Pylhias, has sub- Dended the Cincinnati divisions for ."0 days because they held a picnic on Sun-- ' day, contrary to the rules of the order. Sixty families living , in "company houses" at Homestead wore evicted because the strikers declined to return to work in tho mills. It is claimed that there are 1,000 non union men in tho J3f STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. KiiRini-ctins- , P . ! lB9mtfv THEY MUST GO 5LSiS Stt x HP G2 1 ta JL JL oods my Bo. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. Ex-Go- en-enti- re 1,-4- el1 s tr og PN j BELOW COSTI LOOK FRUIT JARS, JELLY GLASSES, d j AT Tops. Rubbers, Sealing Wax, Tin Cans and Preserving Kettles THIS! I t , i anti-opti- on , j -- "j -j- ! ' &&$ Wfef 1gtt.j & Gc Conrt-Hous- 7c. Spring . Summer Goods H , Shoe Department BlUiABTOABIfJI!: GflMMIDS 40-ye- ar K.& Wearen's. d n Garden Tools, Kakes, Hoes, Spades, Shovels, Traces, Collars, Pads, Hamcs, Leonard Refrigerators, While Mountain Freezers, Water Etc. DEPARTMENT NOW IS YOUR CHANCE. REDUCED RATES - race-cours- e. 1,475-poun- d 4.-G- 0, SPRING CLOTHING IS ! Children's Knee Suits, Cents. blue-gras- s OUR STOCK COMPLETE before these Bargains arc jjone. Conic tliis 1,-0- Ever Seen in Stanford. Soe.-Rich- mond Cli-ma- LOUISVILLE STORE. Cassimeres, Worsteds and Please .Examine and Price Them. cv, tL,w . ci Manager, ST..isr?o D. M'ROBERTS . & HIGGINS. s -- .. r, , 3 fT Ijctkrior JourTho reporter who worked us on th Apply to W. P. Walton. item about Mrs. B. J. C. Howe was nal i promptly discharged. She was not carNow i tho otmnco tf n Hfo tlmo to buy It seom8 that we wero mistaken in the rying water in the Opera Houso or anyAugust 2, 1892 n wagon at your own price. J. B. Fos- - way Ed Jones broke tho muscles of his where els. Her husband and son did Stanford, Ky., tor. arm. Tho young lady who went driv- enough work for tho entire family. ing him that evening tells n different A quantity of goods which I will close out at once Although Mack Huffman held" $3,200 K.C.WAI.TON, BUB.Mana(ier J. II. Uauoiiman Hold for V. M. tnlo at any rato. insurance, in the Lancashire and .ICtna, house and lot In Darettown to his Dr. S. U. Hocker for $1,000. W. F. Hamsby is playing in luck. He the adjusters decline so far to pay him MEANS BUSINESS. I has 'J50.000 brick ready for tho builders moro than 51,114, as they say that is his Ir you need n cook bIovo como early, and is preparing to burn another kiln. full loss. He thinks otherwise and was nrtUticnlly Enouavi.no beautifully and The Stock consists principally of the following : I havo seven, with prices that will mnku done nt A. It. Penny's. His prices aro S3 for hard nnd 0 for soft engaged yesterday in lluding out what Of them o quick. B. Foster. J. !lttnnr ImnL-- nml firhftnl HIlDliCS the actual loss U. He paid over JSO to Five per thousand delivered. and two I horse Studebaker Wagons, Flour, Bacon, Ml kinds from A. It. Penny, who aolls colored people to help move what goods Hams, Canned Goods, Heavy and Shelf Hardware, Stoves, Atoka, Boylo county's new Thk Danville Fair, one of tho very ho saved. them nt publisher's prieen Queensware, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Farm Gears, "isconunpea .t. 'Penny's. ml Ifiwe.rv I,aH Advocate found out nimoit before best in Kentucky, will begin and Not a single thing was left in the stores where it wns last till Friday inclusive. Of course near such as Breeching, Check Lines, Hames, Blind All work tho repaired nt A. K. of Messrs. D W. Vandeveer, S. II. located warranted. Bridles, et cetera. atly everybody from this county will Shanks nnd McBobcits x Higitins, but Rkmkmiikk thntall fiilvorwre. watcher. I mean busines when I say this Stock must go regardless of price and one day of tho term. by tho night of the day of the flro they Foil Sam:. One second hand Wtir- - tend at least injf, Ac, bought nt A. K. Penny s wii. Call at Basement of Severance & Sons store and sec for bo engraved freo of charge. had all their ijood, worth replacing', in lor CASH. wick Perfection Snfuty Bicycle in good fin avi no Case with G or 8 razors and self. repair, cheap for ctuh, at B. and W. two brushes in tortoiso shell, covered position again and fixed for business. your PERSONAL POINTS. McltobortH A Higgins were tho quickest II. Woaren'8. with Morocca leattier and lined with red to get in shape and their store now bears Hays Is visiting in Crab .Mi!hLal A killing vnobT iii .Montana atlected Bilk wore lost tho night of the fire. Findbut little appearance of the rough shak Orchard. the atmosphere considerably here nnd er please return to MHck HufTman. ing up it had. MumMauy Diuduhar is visiting in for the last two duyss living hag been n Tub trains havo been out of shape for Mr. J. B. Foster does not think there Danville. little more bearable. bovurnl days. No. 2u had to be pulled in will be any trouble in adjustiug his lossMn. and Mns. J. M. BntTK returned I lost all my books in the fire. Thofeo by a "hog" Sunday ami Sunday's mail es with the insurance companies. His to Glasgow yesterday. anil children nro knowing themselves indebted to mo will train was live hours late, owing to n stock was recently Invoiced at SS.OOO Mas. F. L. CLinoni please pay, as I am in urgent need of freight car getting oil the track iu a tun- and he held $0,000 insurance on it. Ho Has kindled our blood and we are determined to make visiting at Livingston. ' nel. money. T. J. Hatcher. saved Sl,-- 1 worth of goods nnd lost 11 Mns. W. G. Wkixii ha3 gono to Studebaker wagons and many other to be with the Barneses. Phok. R. G. Wklls will lecture at the Tin: meeting of the committee of this Mjw. C. A. Braciiky, of Louisville, is things, which were not insured. If tho judicial district com)K)sed of tho chair- colored Methodist church Tuesday and companies pay him the full amount of with her mother, Mm. Win. Welsh. Wednesday nights and at tho Baptist Mim. W. P. Tatk Iibh relumed from a men of the various county committees, insurance, His loas will be fully $3,000 II. Paine in hns b''cn postponed till Thursday next, church Thursday and Friday nights on over nnd above it. So as to carry over nothing that will injure by age or be eaten by pleasant visit to Mn. C. phrenology, iu which science ho is said nt Danville. Boston. Walton s Opera House seems worse rats. We intend to rattle them out at to be very proficient. My sincere thanks arc due nnd nro damaged than was at first thought. The Mn. C. B. Sampson, of Mercer, was up Nr.w IluTUiKR biior. Ctipt. Julian heavy lire wall was badly cracked and a few days with friends in his old neigh- hereby teudored to tho people, white borhood. and black, who worked so manfully to Vest has returned to Stanford and will sprung nnd may have to be taken down. I). W. Vandeveer. open up a butcher shop in tho H. Pen- It surely will if experts pronounce it unMn. K. C. McWhoiitkr, of Jackson, Hive my property. dleton rooms on Lancaster street. Mrs. safe, as the proprietor does not propose The hundreds of ladies and gents who have crowded our counters for wns here a day or two, thu guet of W. The Nicholasville !hho bull team has Vest is ill at present, but will remove to havo any doubt of the safety of the the last week and carried off those splendid bargains will tell you what II. JohtMon. building. It is insured in the Royal, we mean. Miw. Moi.uk I locum: took he son Will been dropped from the League because hero as soon as sho recovers. It will beyyur own fault if you have to buy any old goods which has telegraphed its agent" here, from us next season. We are determined to make prices that will to Brodhead Friday to have Dr. Burdett of its refusal to dispense with an underain began to fall Mr. W. A. 'fribble, to agree with us on The sirable umpire at Danville's request last treat his eyes. induce you to help us to carry this stock. Wd have yet many choice Tuesday and thu forfeiture of the game gently at noon yesterday and tho pros- any fair assessment of damages. MiHMWGBaiiaiA Lkww. of I)nvHlt things in all departments pect at this writing is that tho backbone and I.ucy Park, of Parksvllie, are guest i to Nicholnsville by the umpire. CHURCH AFFAIRS. of the drouth will bo broken. Farmers of MIts Dovlo Talbott My stock of undertaker's goods wore tell us, though, that it in too late to make Mtes Marv Mns. J. W. Alcokn and The union service will be at the outirely burned. There Is not n coflln more than half a crop of corn in this.secAlcorn have gono to Middleslwro to Baptist church next Sunday uinht and or a casket iu town. I uewl the money tion. So come and get them. Those beautiful light weight Shirt, negligee will be conducted by Rev. A. V. the Barnes rueetiiiK. t ) buy them. 1'Iohm oull ami settle your Haiuus and Kminlo account. Mack Hutiiuaii,at warehouse While John Wallnco was riding Porshirts, Pearl white shirts. The finest line of neckwear in the city. Old MimksMostiu ter Stagg's young horse, Fridny, tho aniwent over to ltuckoye jrtMttinlftV foot of Lancaster street. There are 21) churches in the county time British half hose at old time prices. Ladies do not forget our. Mnrrs mal reared up and falling buck, caught nnd 22 Sunday-schoolenrolling 200 to visit Mirs Nora Dlckliifon. beautiful India Organdies, Cheverons, Ginghams, White Goods, Ham-burgOi'ii enterprising brhr, Jesse Thomp- the boy under 1dm, mashing him nnd teachers ami 1,050 scholars, Mw. Saji Heid, of Hubtonvllle. and Laces, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Parasols and ladies' vests that of NaMiville, tavebeun son, has fitted up a nice bath room in about the head and body and it is making n total of 1,850 engaged in Mrs. H. J. Lyli'H, , go. In the two latter we can suit any one. must connection with his tonaorinl parlors thought internally. Ho was doing well work. Woodford Sun. guests of Mis. G. B. Cooir. Mism Suk ItoVT, of Danville, who eame Hiid will be ready to serve tho public yesterday, though not out of danger. Mrs. K'e Grcnoy Howell, who lies up to attend the funenil ol her cousin, with cool anil refreshing baths ns soon Fiiank Paiiso.ns, an L. A N. brakemau, frequently visited Mrs. W. P.Tate, died us the water works net into operation. Dr. Helm, h.w returtwl horn. . fell from n freight near tunnel No. 1 Sat- at Nashville Miih. l.uzn: SToirrmi. of Louisville, Jt'tM keeps nbtride with the tlmo and is , urday night and cut his faco nnd head Harrods-burgMrs. Maria Lair, tho last but one of a colored citizen of whom Stanford is and Mrs. Mary Conmlieon, of vjry badly. Dr. Peyton thought nt first Judge Tom Varnon's brothers and siswith Mrs. l)r. J. IC. VnnArs- justly proud. are n that hisFkull find been fraoturod, but on ters, died Sunday, aged 01. dale. J. M. Bains, of Lubauou, has entered closer examination it was found that A row boat containing eight boys Mns. Hoiuce M. AU.K.V nud pretty 0 of Olndnnati, suit against the Middlesboro Town Co., the woundp, though very sovere, did not was overturned iu tho Kentucky river, daughter, Miss Otlirine, tho American Association, Ac., to recov- reach tho bone. . near Arlen, Sunday, and six of them are the guests of Mrs. II. J. McKob-ert- er the amount he jMtd as tlrst installdrownad. Shot. While fooling with n pistol, ment for loth purchuHtid in the Magic Tho creat race between Axtell and Miu and Miis. K. C. Walton hno son of Jolui purchases wero based Tom Gill, the H year-old City. He Eaya his moved from tho Myere House to Mr. G. of Nenl's Creek, shot himself in the Allerton is practically off. C. W. WilHas a Complete Stock of Gill, of the summer on promb"iri the companies that the bowels nnd tho ball had not been locat- liams has received word from Bud Doble B. Cooper's to spend place should be made m city and that Axtell is not in condition to start months. many big enterprises woul J bo located ed at last nccounts. Tho boy had only that : Mns. D. W. Vandevebu and Miws been up n few weeks from n long siege and will bo returned to his quarters at there, none of which have been fulfillJ Mutt iu ami Nannie Vandeveer went with Terre Haute. ed. On this account he claims that on with n broken leg. It was thought nt the MiHf.es Coiley to I.innlotU Sprints their part the transaction was fraudu- one tlmo yesterday that he was dying Yesterday. NEW ADVF.UTLSDIK.V1V but he rallied. The chanced nro decidlent and he wantA his monev b.ick. Mns. II. M. WEAVimand Mrs. Nathan edly against his recovery. Foil a town which claims to enforce Withers, of Iuisville, who have been The Odd Fellows aro ready to erect visiting Mrs. A. V. SUemore, relumed prohibition, Ijincnster seua moro snakes thoir contemplated building on the old Saturday. homo than any of its sizin the country. Anif they can Hotel Piior. tiiANK Walton hns resigned other ftory appears in Commercial.Mr. M. site, and F. Klkin ns to his agree with Col(Late Alexander's Hotel.) Saturday's Cincinnali Enquirer, which his position as assistant in Centre M f ROYAL ISVM J the givfd nu account of a duel between lease they will bugin tearing the old eyelege Acatlemy and will shortly enter drue store of K. W. Lillard as junior "Cbl." b'tchcr Owsley's Newfoundland sore down at once. Mr. Elkin telh us Rates S2.50 Per Day. dog and a huge Minke, in which both that ho will not stand in tho way of partner. Democrat. is willing to do what is fair. Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-HousMn. F. I Cmkpokd, one ol tne moei wre killed and the colonel bit in the progress nud accommodating and clever agents that hat by tint veeomous monster. Tho wri- The matter will be settled at lodgo meet: ever held the position, has resigned and ter had evidently been imbibing n very ing tonight nnd everybody hopes it will W. R. LOGAN, A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, HUn Mr. J. S. llice will likely Bticceed him. mean quality of moonshine, such as is be in favor of the building Manager. Marshall, clerks. J. J. in usually sold In the back alleys of no liMr. John Coaitt is temporarily of Judok Vahnon held a special term charge. cense towns. the county court yesterday and appointA. C. SINE J. N. MENEFK'K Mr. IlAitnisoN McUownnTs, of St. Wm. Wkatiiehi-oiu)- , tho Casey county ed John Bright for tho South End, J. M. Charles City, Mo., is with Mr. John forg'd a check for f 150 nnd got M. Carter for tho West and Judge W. McHobcrtH nnd other i datives hero after man who it cashed nt a Lebanon bunk, pleaded O. Hansford for tho East End to divide an absence of A'2 years. He is past SO the county into magisterial districts, as now, having been born on Hawkins guilty and was, says the Enterprise, giv- provided under the new constitution. vnars iu the penitentiary. His Branch in 1M2, and he feels in his na- en two No comity can have less than three nor Hiphest of A Cream of Tarter Halting Powder like a stranger in a strange downfall it seems is due to an advertise- moro than eight districts, with only one all in lenvcninj strength Latest I'nited Swte tive place Government Foo! Ileport. ment he saw in a Cincinnati paper, iu land. ROYAL IIAKINft POWDKRCO.. which he was ollered n controlling inter- magistrate for each district. This counorlc. . 106 Wall ttrfet, N' est in a show that was making money in ty has eight districts now, with 10 magCITY AND VICINITY. a "whoop" for the small sum of $150. Not istrates. Office FnfiT Jars aud Jelly Glasses al A. A. having tho money he resorted to forgeThe wagon containing trunks of Mrs. . Warren's. ry nnd after getting it, he went to Cin- Will Moreland and Mrs. P. W. Green, DEALER tho cinnati to make a deal with the show together with those of an Owensboro laDanks, the jeweler, is located at people. He did so, they getting the dy, were overturned in Cumberland rivutore of W. R. Careon. money and he the penitentiary. er and all their nico dresses wero ruined. Ami Country Produce, Tho Stanford ladies lost about $100 Il.11 orwMiiKl hit nock of cood and H ready to serve IJen Logan it Igan Flour, the best proprietor of the iNTKition JourThk Stanford Mason, Lightning and Wire Top each aud they had to return homo whilo the people ufof llargalniaud vicinity. lie is offer- tbit ia made. McKinney Bros. go nnd all r nal has suffered from four Urea since he the Owensboro lady claims damages to me unheard lowest poislhlc price who wantcall on should gixnU at the lowest price. camu to Stanford, but fortunately not Limk and brick at the Lancatter pike. 30 to the amount of So00 for which she will him on Logan Avenue, near Stoineggei te Co., Ottenheim. A number of years ago his sue. Tho transfer lino bolonga to Parkr T residence caught lire on the roof, but Youb account is duo and we need tho was extinguished nud tho insurance com- er and not to Messrs. Wcatherford fc Notice to tho Traveling Public. Cook we are glad to say. money. Call and settle. Severance fc I have had pany repaired tho damages. Tho printPorcelain and brass Preserving Kettles; Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Son. ing olfice caught fire once and was also Echoes From the Fire. & White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers, Fly Paper and Fly Traps. HOUSE A caii oir tho track on the E. T. V. put out beforo much damage was done, J. M. Sibold lost two Singer sowing express, and tho London & Liverpool & G. below Jellico caused No. Globe machines in tho fire. At Rowland repainted and nicely furniihed and Wire Cloth Spring Hinges and Corner Irons, Grind Stones, Scythe one to pass here nt noon Saturday, instead of inadu it ns good as new. When the big Robt. S. Lytic lost a phioton and har- have in connection with Hotel and of the bet Stones, Grass and Weed Hooks, lades and naths. night; a night in the State, open day nt 3: 15 a. m. fire iu Mnrcli, '81, swept the most of tho ness in Bruco'a stable worth $125. all trains. In connection with House man meeti t have also one of tho best Mineral wells in the Mate Full line of cakes, Candies and Fruits. Prices to suit the times. block away, tho heavy flro walls of the Mr. John S. Wells lost a number of and for reference to waier, call on Mr and Mrs. DaNKb, tho Jeweler, has for tho presG. W. Patrick. Louisville, Mr and Mrs Floyd In11. Cnrson. Intkuiok Journal building stopped tho valuable papers, his chemical apparatus, gram, Erin, Tenn.A. A.Warren, Stanford, Dr. ent located nt tho storo of W. progress of tho lire and again tho insur- Ac, worth to him $30 or more. l). E. Proctor, C. II. Hraum, Mr and Mrs. T. W. Firo nnd water don't pluizo him. Still Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Johnson, ance companies repaired tho several The owners aro already having tho New Haven, llm Cox. GreenM.uri;. Rates ft per ready for business bustling and day. J. M. l'etrey, clerk. Give me a call dollars' damage done to tho j.W. CARRIER, Prop. 3llnnd got your repairs ami uring hundred by the removal of material. Tho brick of tho burned houses cleaned and ototy GO TO- walls nnd stacked preparatory to rebuilding. moro. other night tho thick fire walls of WalPoor old Bay Dixio, probably tho best 9 hors-oi- , I have laid in another supply o( ton's Opera House again stopped tho fire known livery horse that ever felt tho A JrL buggies, surreys, .tec, nud am batter nnd left it the only building on tho lash of tho merciless driver, was 0110 of than over prepared to furnisli tho public square. It was insured and tho Royal, tho horses thnt perished in tho flames Dealer in General Merchandise, turnouts. None but tho RArhpi. .t nimlliMium'j nrnnlr rnimmn- Lumber and Shingles. with Tho adjusters havo been at work on V Stll i Goods sold for cash only. It gives me pleasure country shall leave lifst In tho W'H adjust Iho damages, which will bo WiB. McRobert'e logs, but it oughtn't to state to the public in general that I am doing i w people bio. Como to see when in need. to require much time to seo that it was nicely under the Cash System and that theit is the ate rapidly catching on to the fact that FORproprietor of Myora House. Green, cracked and sprung from the intense nenrly complete. Ho had $3,000 in tho belter system, both lor the buyer and seller, i hey alio know that I sell aoods for about a third less l.ml.fc l n IkiaI "than my competitors who do credit business, TKnE has been a now ueni nt me ew rebuilt. iumn.-- uipiuoiuns, wis 10 ue Springfield and ..Etna. splenconstantly that Our advice to everybody is to Tho brick walls of the burned build- did assortmentI keepDry Goods, on hand a ClothMills. Forestua Reid Groceries, of Stanford Roller keep your property insured, use every ings must haye been very poorly con- ing, Hoots, Shoes, Hats and the like CalUn and has been elected president, Dr. S. G. stock, which is replenished almost daily. ff ; , J. H. HILTON, Rowland, Ky. Mocker suDcrintenuent and treasurer precaution against ro nnd when it cornea structed. Nenrly nil of them havo fallen 57"yr ow.mtnrvnnd sales don't get excited and ruin 113 many tho' some nttributo it to the several powi t riinu j. tt i....ni.mnn v,"'"v l,oa rnttroil UHIltM In trViniT tO SflVO them I1H Mm . .!! t SSSSr ZWotkits der explosions in Mcltoberts and Fosman. ut. j. rv. it hihhduu.v .... u"mi-- "uu " pike, 4 miles from Stanford. W. H. Miller, (:oj ter's Btoiee. tho business. I Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal You will flml Danka, tho jeweler, tlio atoro of V. It. Carson. nt Foil Bent. Ofllco in building. SAVED FROM TH SASH REGARDLESS RE 0'-ftry- nn m m FOR 0? GOST - u -- podt-olllc- it..." iir ' "-'- " to-da- y i , O". B. FOSTER j THE GREAT FIRE ! ul-dlesboro A Corner on Bargains. YOUR OWN PRICE. long-neede- d at-te- m Size-mo- re. THAT MUST GO a J. S. HUGHES. s, ifl s, fieri-oud- y Sidm-day- - m WlMDBERTZ, Druggist and Jeweler, DRUGS. BOOKS, PAINTS, WALL PAPER, blood-curdlin- g THE WILLARD. e, Louisville, Ky. W. 6iAkiHfl POWDER Absolutely Puro & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of Tlie and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. STANFORD LUMBER YARD, m - C. FOW3&X.X., -IN- Gencral -:- Merchandise, I T M ' Now Is the Time to Buy TiD Cans, Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, Sealing "Wax m THE SIIELTON '0, i to-da- -- J. H. HXLTOIT, arren s -- tlrst-cla- sa 111 "Model Grocery" ) ; - 11 1 . r 1 - 1 -- auk"" i- 'T , ".. FOR RENT. I FRUIT JARS, JELLY GLASSES, TOPS AND GUMS, SEALING "WAX; &C , 1 w t m &- - (71 T 659am local Freight North..- .jupm South. The latter train alo carry patiengert. The above if calculated on itandard time. Solir time it about 10 minutes fatter. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Mitigated Misery. "Go into tho room and bring that cake off tho table," wvid a Murray II 111 Publlshod Kvory Tuesday nnd Friday father to his son. AT "It's too dark. Tm afraid to go Into $S PICK. V3S.A.K. IX U)VANCE. tho room." "Go right into that room this Instant il When not io paid S2.6Q will be charfjed.-tfor I'll go in and bring out tho strap," "If you bring out the strap," ho K. u. LOCAL TIME CARD. replied, sobbing,"brlug the caho alontr too," replied tho youth. Texas SittTrain i.aves Rowland at 7.00 a. m., returning 5 ings. "l&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. l'orco of llnblt. .. ..ts 9 P Judge You are accused of stealing Hstl train going North 1 30 pea u South an overcoat. Guilty or not guilty? IIJ5P111 Expreittrain" South .1 Prisoner Not guilty. I merely adaptNorth J 15 am Semi-Week- ly -- Interior Journa. Rofr eahlntr Retreats. rs er ed Judge What Is your business? Prisoner I am an American wright. Puck. it play- Iter Accomplishment. Young Perkins You have charming Traint diss Junction City at tolbw Fast daughters,' Mr. do Pcystor. What a deO .V C Special u X a m m.; lightful voico Miss Clara has, nnd how Mall ij:sj P m New Orleant Limited 3 7 m Special divinely Miss Eugenia plays tho piano! Q J: C. Special 3 06 a ra ; IJlue Electric Blttors. Grats Special 6:00 a m ; Cincinnati Limited 1:43 lias Miss Carolyn any accomplishment? Do Peyster Certainly; she's a sumThis reined vis becoming so null known and to p. m.; I ait Mail IS p. m. popular as to need no special mention All who mer girl. Judge. have used Electric Hitters lnjr tho tune song of praise A purer medirluc does not exist and it is A Horrlil Prescription. DR. W. B. guaranteed to do all that Is claimed. Klectric , Doctor1 You should wear a chest pro- Hitters will cure all diseases of the Liver nnd will remove Pimples, Hoili, Salt ltheum and tector, Mrs. Fnshun. other affections caused by impure blood Will Mrs. Fashun I may take It off when drive Malaria from the sstem and prevent as OiEce South tide Main meet, in office recently I well as cure all Malarial Fetcrs For acure of wear a ball or opera dress, mayn't I? Headache, Constipation and Indigestion tr Klecvacated by Dr. L F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. t Doctor No, madam. In fact, that is tric Hitters Entire satisfaction gaurantctd or really the only timo when you need It. monev refunded Price 30c and i per bottle A. S. A. H. Pcnn) 't drug store Judge. Sainh-boun- d . P- - Illue-Gra- it North-boun- d bummer days are fast approaching ami now it the time that excurtlnnltlt, pleaturv-teekeand Is a Candidate fer Circuit Judge ill tbo 13th DisFIRE AND STORM spoilsmen ihould ficuj out a route for their tum-mOill kinds, trict, subject to tho netioii of the democratic party vacation. In dsrfng to, the delig'ifully cool Made and Sot Up All summer nnd fithinf retorts locatojt alone the Wisconsin Central Lines come slvldlr to Iew, among ttio which are I'ox Lake, III . Lake Villa, 111., Muck, Representing wanagn, Waukesha, CoJar Lake, Neenah, WaupaNo Agents employed. ca Flfirld. ltelternut ninl Ashlnml. Wis U'limn Of Lincoln, It a Candldste for Circuit Judge In I sm has within the last years this jitdicial district, subject to tho action of the fie the center of Conn., ADAMS & Deraoiract oiniiraciinn lormore pleasure seekers hunters aul Manchester, of No. 41 llroadway. LeviPirtrm, Ky. fishermen than any other Mate in the Union and each visit increases the desire to again seo the charming landscapes, breathe the balmi fragrance that is a part ot theinUgnratitig utiutisphere. wan Ins. Co. of America, " der through the colonnades of statelv pines and ns. hook the speckled beauties with a hand made rlx .. F. II. RILEY, Proprietor, s All of which are Companiet. I would jet.1 10 in m.iionni me I'emocratK. party. In any For pamphlets cotitalnine valuable information, he pleased to w ait on my friends in this line. Pol. liidirial District to which Lincoln county may be T. S. PATTY, I). P. A etc., apply to - Will Insure against terna-doe- t, icici promptly istued att gncd Cnattanooga. Two wind storms and lightning Lightning clausJAS. C. POND, General Passenger and Ticket es attached without additional charge I htve moved to my new Hotel and am better Agent, t hlctigo, III. Office at First National Hank Stanford. m m prepared than ever to accommodate the PUMIC Good Liiery attached and every convonl ence de Cholera Infantum has lost ltt terrort tince the I am Agent fur the Celebrated tired. Give tne a call. introduction of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and uinrrmra Keuicuy. wneii that remedy is nnd FRANK RILEY Deering : Harvesting1 : Company, and the treatment as directed with each Iwttle It follow ed a cur Is certain. Mr A. W. Walters, a And offer their Machines to the people of Lincoln prominent merchant at Waltershurg, III., says "It county. Their llioders aie un.icclltd and their ..NOTICE TO THE cured my baby of cholera infantum after sex era! Iteapers and Mowers stand the highest of any III other remedies had failed The child s so low Highest cash market price paid the market Also keep all kind, of fixture en that lie seemed almost beyond the aid ol human hand. See me before punhasin? Ollice nt First for hands or roach of any medicine. and so cent National Hank J II IIAL'OHMAN, bottles for tale by Dr M L Ilournt'Druggist and il-iStanford, Ky. Optician, Stanford, Ky. t have opened U cofinectMn with ray Hotel, ibe J. II. BAXJGIIMAN, MONUMENTS W. SON, II. T. 2S'OEk INSURANCE AGENT in Parts of Country. M. C. S AUFIJBY, Hartford, Manchester, Eng. Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, North first-cUt- Hartford, le-ti- THE RILEY HOUSE J. S. OWSLEY, London, Kontucky. ..... JR., ft CASH &c, at To Farmers. I TRAVELING PUBLIC. Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, M. F. ELK1N & CO., HEWERS . HOUSE, .A r HOUSE AND LOT FOR RENT. I offer fer PENNY, Dentist. PRICE, Kid-ncs- Str John 11. STANIORD. KY. Cattleman A First-Clas- s Livery Stable, G Laoham mBL Office on SURGEON DENTIST. .Main ttreet, over W. D. McRobertt Drug Store, Stanferd. ROYAL Insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL. MANAGERS, AndofTrrthe temees of it to the public. Ilrand new chiclet and fresh blooded harset make ray stable compare with P W. CKKUNM'roftlitar. AL. UUKXS, Manager 1!,,w,'7.on Huttonlllettreet.Manford, Ny it has -- in.m, -- n -- vii fc.i nnu licsrssair ""'"outheuies. M. .McKtlllKRTS, Agent, Stanford, Ky ii.eVlnCnftV,,t- rt the Houieand Lot belonging to - r",nM rlai ..i ", c,'ff' "",1 tlinC ..: llt Tho Bost in tho Country. Falls Branch Give me a call. Try it Jellico Coal Co. Miner, tm! thippert of the GKNUINK R. C. It moving to NltreuiOxidoGat STANFORD. KENTUCKY. tho railroad crossing is wavln' a red flag. Wot ddes that mean? MORGAN, D. D. S. Second I5oy (driving) That means we'vo got to hurry or wo won't get DENTIST. across beforo tho train comes. Good the Htggint office, Lancaster street. News. gnen for paiulett extracting. Like Modern School-Teacher r irsi uoy m pony cart A .Juvenile. View. AWondor Worker. Th' man at Mr Frank Huffman. a vounir man of llurlimr. ton, O , ttates that he had been under the care f two prominent phyncians and their treat ment until he was not able to get around 'I hey pronounced hit case to be Consumption and incurable. He watpersuaded to try I)r KitiL-'-i New Discovery for Conttimption, Couht and Coldt and at that time was not able to walk airost the ttreet without restl.ij; He found before he had used half of a dollar bottle that he was much better; he continued to use it and is enjoying pood health If you hae anv throat, lung or 11. 1 rial bottle free at A. K, cnesi irouoie iry Penny's druu store. Original Jellico Coal. ud THE KOFFEY HOUSE STAN'rOHD, KV , Kowland riouinc ft are the sole agmtt for Stanford ami office ctxnor ol Depot iticct and rail-ruid HIOGIS'S -- .V WATTS DR. JOHN Homeopathic Physician, STANFORD, Office Hours 1X11L tojto 12 a. m.; 1 to 3 p.m.; Sto . in. ra. on Lancaster ttreet, opposite court-housOfliee .... - : M. CRAIG, KENTUCKY pose was tho first tiling- that Columbus . am on reaching America? Mr. Van Pelt, editor of the Cral?, Mo , Meteor, n .....g, tlnr. ,1 ltitlaitl. wrnt ..... Jrnif F.u. H. ..Ill.uj.,-- Ijm..a.a, .lu.lJ . llobbv tun a.Kcu lie gave a reporter his Im- the phxtlciai in attendance to gie htmitiiu dose of a pressions of tho country. Judge. smemins ior cnoiera morbus ana looseness of the - What do vou sup- Trmeler. to-d- BARBEE&CASTLEMAK JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. Commerce Building, Louisville i TIIK STANFORD? Watertight and ad r Ice Co. 111 . Ageats throughout the South. DR. J. A. AMOXT, Office opposite Coffey House, Rachel richest man in town. May My father Is richer than yours. He has his teeth trimmed with gold. Harper's Young reoplc.. The Daughter of Very Klcll. My father Is tho bowels. He lays "I felt so much better the next morning that I concluded to call on the phyticiau and get him to fix me up a supply of the medicine I was surprised when ho handed mo a bottle ol unamberlatn't Colic, Cholera and Ularrhira Remedy. He said he prescribed It regularly in his practice and found it the best he could get ir pre pare. I can testify to its rt&ciencv in mv at all events. ' For sale by Dr M I., llourne, cte Druggist and Optician, Stanford. Ky W. A. TRIBBLE, Local Agpnt, STANFORD. KY. CX3 iThit Hotel, rcn vate.l and refurnished, it mow !aa contractsHl with responsible flrait ler Itt pUntt in luy charge and I intend to conduit it so tt) aotoMly maintain its high reputation, bat to add and il base the Iceaad Klectric PlaNit cowiple. ted ia about sMydsTs; the Water Plant so af. long lilt ot friends accotniMNi-tion- s Special tolls far lonincrcial travsicrt nae reetM tor Inerstefi place insiivMaal contract, in ad. thedliptoy of tamples. vaaee for Water FJectrie Light, the Company aaVet the foUowia A Flrst-ClasslSaloNaccsvary water raae. will be HU, ceattected to ccai ior fnp. MO Httrk j . And MILLIARD and POOL ROOMS atuched. ipectric wire pat la awl necessary litwrsx fur- jMf JOhEPH COFFUV nisaed free el charge gswraNteed 1st give) 7.rh. f brt 1""ty a4 on isiihi a4 Stanford, 19.6m Kentucky. R. D. E. PROCTOR, SI! ELTON HOUSE, Life. nil Killtor. Salvo. "Why did you reject him?" The bett salve in the tor "Ho was not accompanied brstamps." soret, ulcers, salt rheum, world sores, cuts, brunts fever tetter, chap- .... rrJucklln'sArnlcn w w ' Bnosviils, Cumberland Cap I ThcKbedaleof asleatesi rases Is Louisville per cent K r than i uiually fv.a -- froasjiiaie THE couusi; or tiiui: lovf. -- Rowland, , jo-j- m : Kontucky. A Ollice hours 7 to 9 a m and 5 to 9 p. m. A ' ped hands, chilblains, corns and all tkln crup tlont and pontively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to civv. perfect satisfacticc, Price 3$ centt per boi or money refunded For tale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. v. O K. K. Doubbs Utuly Seliedule, Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. 17, D1 tZZD HI M la IJtect July ito. 5 I wt D?y A M n cl f M t. n'fr' St. TO THE FARMERS. al patronage reccit ed and hope by fair dealing to merit a continuance. Farmers in need of a good fence will find me at the Myers House in Stanford on eaeh County Court day 97.6m M am agent for The Central Kentucky Hedgi Fence Co.. ot Lancaster, and offer the services ot bethraiself and the Company to the citizens of Lincoln county. I am very thankful for the liber- JI -- W. IOHNSON. Jlfflf.v 1 When When When When Baby was sick, iva gave her CastorU. she was a Child, sho cried for Castorla. sho became Miss, abo clung to Castorla. tbo bad ChU frcn, abo gave tbeui Castorla. Oil yjft t S6 "1 43 6 f ... yot .. . . . KMauviDe.., .... Y s t. K. ,VO Jit Mtte tVsMfnyMtM - ! .' , ; It. I 1 S M. A. M. Id d loJ t si io 7 10 JT 04 il 17 a i) il IO Hi T4t T S S MaUattrrtWa iimtfmm ........ I.uUNU tt t it ! I a$ test r 11 7 7 DyelUag of j roesm, nstt faucet Raclsaddltlsmalraussw. Each addition. rnr., Stotri, FUnka aa.1 Private Oficet, Baths, anvats, one fau et. Ileae atlachnetit tor spiiakler .. tables, private, w abiasel Bach assdltioaal aaiatal I .rm . i lasscet. ... ... . , ! 1 1 aa aa n a J ... tsasawMi . ... CbftCfc Rlvrs-...-. Less Mcmatata., ..w.h4r.z: Syria WUIisvitM rasvsWr SptiM m...m... 4 41 4 S . 7 .. Pr raanaiitial atsr inj 0(CM4thieic.a laeaaasaMUam ee Electric Light Rates. . MM ) 909 11 ti 'TeiTnOm ' i Dertkr in-F- oreign and Domestic Fruits, Confectioneries, Ac. Acarpeuterby the name of M. s. Pnwers fell from the niofof ahnute in Kail Det Moines. lo a. and suttainetl a painful and serious sprain if the wrist, which he cured with one bottle id Cbam- tieriain s l'aln Ualui lie says It it worth jc a buttle It cost nim so cents. For sale hy Dr. M L Uourne. Druggist and Optician, btanford, Kr Go to Earp's Art Gallery Ha MS 3 -i ST a aa it cj a so If 07 9 M II IS ! CJ is o 10 io Aflhar ... TaawB.. ForaU Itirar.... ..... ...., J ll ! m t I 7 ... s Far t 16 c. ao aack laeaaslM Iriit'-m " ! "lM? 5J J44 Jl V? " M - . m aa a. '4 llasthw 9ttaff Cttmbe J f aseJuSKtio H. R MtsMIe rtasM On .. .1 . ' nil IIn tr4tr .k MJaltsastal .. A t sMch Far raHtser Utaii 11) Sl jw ' o la 4 j " yi " fj v. Ft RtwtNMMe Use: - U- -J. pe- rh is ltlaa, apply to J W IIAMiES.Sut't 4 Hat with him a first class baker and can iurmhs S7 read. Cakes and the lise on thort notice. For Sal "I say, mUter, won't you please direct letter for me? I don't want Jim-- 1 mj-'folks to know who it comes from. Thoy knows my handwriting; an they oojuuts to our marnng'o." Life. this s I To hava jnur pRctocrsphs liken with all the kp up IJitJiWiT hoths'b Leave Cusatveriaasl It m Twenty .Building L,ots In the corporate limits of Ron land. Latest Improvements, ot-i- y " Caal vas, L. N...... -- ie tie And will pieyu Agnud J KAR1. Manford. tatlafitctlmi Arrive LeisfovUk ' " " Wtttcleetai I.Msagism Paris M M Uvincsieti n . PtllSS LICCIE BEAZLEY, ClSlCiMMli cTwrfi ....... H I. DARST. Rowland Milliner and Dress Maker Main and Depot Corner F arraers Bank&TrastCo. rteCiaMBjti " LoHsevsila OF STANFORD, KY., It sow fully erganued and ready for butmcu with -- Txwnm ? kp i Jnia no a a. im t t is 4 t ; luim! 1 ft ju "lei ji. v ',' - v ... M ri-::- : .:,Uiit. rel . ,rx?.. .'iP'.'r-vsyA- i L'sa'QEy 1. 1 1 ' WWfft (, im mm ri' - k. n- - t ? . .k . i ' "$&$?& a?; xWJ .:'.:. V T .v Streett, HOTEL AND SALOOiY AT ROWLAND Arrite Parsi " ' I.esiBgUM Stanford, --- --- Kontucky. Hat just received a handsome line of Spring anil summer Millinery and invites her friends and the public generally to c ill in and set first choice. Hats and llsnneU trimmed In the latest st)Ie by most artistic bauds. I. M. IiRUCK. "I'd like n job, sir. as waiter." said the applicant. "You have had experience in waiting; I suppose?" queried the restaurant pro, prietor. "Indeed I have." "For how long?" "Why, sir, I've taken menls at a restaurant for twelve yoars." Chicago News. Woman. An JZxiirrleiiccil Hand, " " J II. YEAOER. BRUCE & YEAGER, LIVERY, ;.":c AKS M STABLE, STANFORD, KY. Tha above firm went into etTect July xst and asUt a stare of the patronage of the public. NEW RIGS AND HORSES 1 I h These Faruit ail veil improved ausl good stied Suck Cattle and Sheep a anecialty rich lands, running in si from to to joo Atres i havuitr jny of the a'.ove slescribrsl' nock for W.w vi.hln4 t.i purcb ate CoataUring theis locality, their nrkacsa and fer- . vill ilo well 33 tilitvofiH.il. the owvenieuce of turnpike, .nsj rail- - o call at: .r address me An oi.crl.nc u4liftrrn "Aro 3'ou interested in baseball?" nriH- - markets rlirkt t ruasis our door. ibv ioi ousim has br. ,.f ...a. ... . ..... asked' Miss Skitts of Mr. Dplloy, at 'LOCUST GROVE" are cheaper than tb l.an.1. of a.y other cOuaty in J J?'"J. ' "" walla it profitable both to the buyer ! eleven p. m. O dJrt the State There it suafe,,, i? ... .. .. . ...tl. ....a ..scarcely a Farm in the coua iA, . ' Orice at the Mytws Houte. I am," Dolley replied. sj u.vi jniiif,iumni.n "Vos. 'Hut The cuiinty is checked with turnpikes ruastiag wny ao 3'ou ask. .Miss Ski Its?" inevery direction There is not a puMic road en FOR SALE luring the county seat that is uut Macadaatissal. "I was merely wondering if it wasn't We have the KnuxviUe branch of the L A- N It R. dividing the county from Knt to Wast and the The finest Farm and richett toil in Lincoln Co., about timo for you to make a homo iJi'.!?0.l,.C hunter, nthfrmen and C. S. R R from North to Njuth, the K C. R R acres ot Land, titua-te- 4 run." Judge. cowptliing 4J0 from thit place to Cincinnati, cro stint the C (tu, ejhert Hot to trespass on our lands withaat pcr. within mo miles of Stimord, the county teat at of Lincoln. Fronted by the Shelby City turnpike mchekter. giving full acceai to the atarkattal H IVlt Hurt. the wh.Je world. IIcshIu., we have three larfe and accessible to the Stanford and Danville mni-rik- e. She What did papa sny, doar, when Thit it one of the bett Stock Farms the riour .miii. in ine county taat give as a market 1' fur all our giain right at home; and ike d.elaai you told him you wishod to marry me, region and is in a.h'sh statt of culti ment of the mountain regions ol Kattern asul moil. Abundance of water for all purpo.es dear? OF STANFORD, KV Kentucky bv lailroadt and the oat-l- et oi! U fertile and is suitable fpr the crowing of Ho I do not remember what he said, it..M. flilWVMJ. South hy railroads hat created such a demand hemp, tobacco, oom and wheat. The land it c II. W. GAINES. ail kinds of cereals and umteiHhr that weeaa that it can be divided and two tine darling, but I know I fell hurt. Brook.led Havinir removed my Barber Snop to the Com JA.MRS0IVENS. scarcely retain enough for bomcconsumtHleu. made The improvements are a large and iririi i omrn'xllous mercial Hotel, I aiu 1. i. PHILLIPS. I he people are prosperous, generous and kind, dwelling a convenient stock barn, lyn Life. H.IU.V R KNACK ER. believing in Christianity and education. There Ac the best of fruit of all kinds, etc. For Inlor- Domestic Trouble. CIwVRK REVNOLDs to Accommodate Ladies a neighborhood in the couHty but luia K II. JONES, Stanford nuttoa, apply to it not M I.ACKOVn2 tchool-houtMrs. McSwat (snit'.ing suspiciously) D j J. V JONES, Pineville. Attention of the public it invited to the fac gcod church and as well Gentlemen, NEVVLAND (. K ILEY, Stanford, the county seat of Lincoln, is a prosBillingor, you have been smoking againl that thtt It the only National Hank in Stanford W W. HAV Under the provitiont of the National Hank Act perous little city of about s.too inhab.taiilt and 11 .C. .ur, .ucatvat (examining the back of In anything they may with in my line, Chil depositors are secured not only by the capita) the great doorway from the North and North- FRLD IIAfMANN alto waited on. Call n me. tho bureau) llutL I.... 1... . t. . .la.l.L.l.lu..l l..t..ll... In .. east ivj'jth and from the Northwest to outheatt, Lobelia, you're been and ttandmg at it doet gating right Into the bos- amount equal to the ttock, so thiu depotitort of chewing gum again! Chicago Tribune. .TAKE THE tbit inttitution are tecured by a fund of 5400,000 om of the undeveloped mountains of Southeastern Five twern ttati'cr.entt of tbeconditiou of the bank Kentucky backed up by the whoto HI 110 Grata As You I.ook nt It. In Commercial Hotel. ot the State with railrcuds running through region are made each year to the United Statet governHustler To think that a man spends-onaV ment and Itsattett are examined at stated timet it tu all points of the compass, rnakus it naturally J Si . IF YOL ARE GOING one of the best located towns In the South fur! by government agents, thus securing addititona third of his life in bed! mannfactures and other enterprlt ct of magnitude. and perfect safety to depotitort. Slowboy Humph! It's the other two Thit institution, originally cttablished at the Water Workt are now being agitated and right) k aoouc tne luwn anoint ot a mile Deposit Hank of Stanford in 185S, then tnfrds that trouble me! I'uclc THE ited as the National Dank of Stanford tu iS6 and there could be erected Water Workt with pry as the First National Rank ot little cost that would supply a city of 150,000 in igain Knouleilgo Is Power. habitants with the purest and bett water in the Stanlord in iS3i, hat had practically an uninterHe knew much more than many men, rupted existence of yeart. It it better tupplicd world Our little city htt been newly rebuilt in Although what he knew was hmall; the last few jeartand Its business houtardrot. now with facilities for transacting buiinettDrcmnt ' For ho know that he knew ho knew ly and liberally than ever before in itt long and Mcnccs will compare uith larger cities cf greater honorable career Accounts of corporations, fidu- pretentions. Our merchants and tradesmen are 'j nat he uia not know nt nil LINE TO We haA two ciaries firms and individuals rctpectfully toile- all proiperout and doing well Detroit Free Prejs bank! uhh a capital ttock nf $400,000 that arc ted. prnspernut and in a good condition A Dln'ereuco of Opinion. The Directory of thit Rank it compoied 01 We have splendid schoolt We have a Female LouiaviLic 4 NasHViLic R. R. " That's a pretty bad case of convcr- T.J. Potter, of Stanford; College, a large brick building, with over mo pu .And. pill in attendance ana unawr tna prmcipauhlp ol Forettut Reid, Lincoln county; gent strabismus, over yonder." j'roi. .11 jiuuoaru, 11 in a iiountning condl. ' J. W. Hayden, Stanford; It the line for you, as its "I think It's rather a bad case of ALL tlon. we alto nave a seminary mat 11 a good S.H Jiaughman, Lincoln; POINTS school, with Prof II F. Illakemanat 111 head. We squint." Jewelers' Circular have one of the 'nest Public School buildinirt fc M.J. MillerMt. Vernon; 01 tne aiaie, wun over 100 puptlt in I tnit tectlon S. T. Harm. Lincoln; ,And Make close connections at Paradoxical. attendance, and with other good private tchoolt, J, S. Hocker. Stanford; you tee our tchool facilitiet arc excellent liox Has Hickley had much expo LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI Wa hae elegant church builniugs, representing G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; rienco as an amateur actor? For all points. every denomination, with a full corpt 01 ministers T. P. Hill, Stanford. Cox Hickley? Why, Hickley is a THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. of fiat clats talent jnd are doing a better butlnett W. G. Welch, Stanford; than any class of men in the city. liAGGAGF. CHECKED THROUGH JUNCTION CITY, KY proiessiouni amateur! I'uck. Buflret I Have tried to make W.P.Tate, Stacford. without anv exaggeration this itatement at facts, Have jutt erected a new Marble and Granite or coloring, at those For any information taquire of prepared to fill ' all Vcrlmlly Speuklnh'. OFFICERS: Houo and am fully Granite work. Iorders for my No change of cart, bett aecommodationt e out, and thoie who wish who know will beam F. L. CLIFFORD. Agent, have in klhd ot Marble and Teck Woman is a creaturo of mood. I.S. Hocker, Pretident; ' nuick to buy pleasant hornet at fair prlcet and locate ett time and lowest rates. Stanford, Ky. Or empW skilled workmen from the JEait. My freight nmrtnul, ITIVul nnnlj uith fill lh. !.. .,...... J For Information addreta 111 riot be un . John J. McRobertt, Cathler; Peck True, and mv wife's mrwl W. W. PENN, Trav. Past. Acent, faciJitreaoan nnt be eacelled and Ingt would do well to call and tee me before Junction City, K J tho Imperative. A. A. McKlnncy, Auiitant Cashier, 3 Jut- - " Vj.PiAVChl"?-W- . dersold Puck. elsewhere O. CRUSH, A., Louitvllle. turstaett Millleave the stable. put firt-cla- !s ing that boy always, Sarah. Let nature take its course, won't you? Mrs. S. Caying aside'the shingle) I'll do nothing of the sort. I don't intend that any woman shall have such a husband as I've got, if I can prevent it. Dcraorest's Magazine. Her Ct-ntl- Mr. S. (snappishly) Don't bo correct- orbia J to a 01 ! y CwmbeHaad Cap a m of - - $200,000. Paid up Pullasaa Palaoo Car KaoxeiBe U Cinctitaat Surplus, 19,000. wit boat cha(e, I offer for tale pmately mv frame Hotel and CbaaectioiM mai vtUiall traUM and Saloon at Rowland, which are now renting at J SUCCESSOR to TIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL rserth-waal Oranil Outral Janet. CI un nun per month. It it centrally located and a fine point RANK OK STANFORD, sale at Chy ItcV TkrosiK iKhata for business, being at a terminal point on a dm-io- n of the L. &. N It has good well, liable coal Now closing up) with the sime attctsand uadet nSGnr ttreet nod I.pot TtcVet eatVce. fsMt Wet Main trwt . Knox villa. the tame maaagoment. house and other necessary outbutldingt. Address For any Informatlen as te raatei, rates, etc.ap. Ily provistont of itt chatter, depositors are ai MR MARY C. FLRRILL, Stanford. 3 fully protected as aio depositor! Ill National r ) W. A. III.V, Actiae G'bIP-m- . Uankt. us iharcholdcrs bemz held ndividuallt Aat HKNKVA VITH,(ii Ticket aVbi liable to the extent of the amount of thjir itoci therein at the par alue thereof, In addition totbt Kaoxville, Testa amount invested in such tharet. It may actai executor, administrator, truttee, Ac, at fully at I can supply the families of Stanford and vicinity with home made Ice at bo itt per 100 pounds; inindivtdu-J- . 11. To thote who entrusted their biiltinett to ut lett than that amount at one cent per pound, and manufactured Ice at 7s centt per pounds or iVj while mnagiug the Lincoln National Hank el centt for smaller quantities. Ice delivered every Stanford, we we here tender our many thankt and morning. I call spocial attentiou to the John Pre-m- trutt tbey will continue to transact their butinest Hrewing C 's Celebrated I. X. L. IJeer, for with ut, offering at a guarantee fer prompt atten! which I am agent. Will furnlth in cithe' keg or tion to tame, our twenty years' experience ic Ky. banking and as liberal accommodations as arc ouiiic. i rue ior price.. with sound banking. E. IIREMER. Stanford, Ky. i3tf IFQIR, SALE. BEER. io Capital .... i Wiaaester Ltviatoa " " .. . ..- -.. -! JJVTZ1 M M ..,.ii ..- 10 1 lopra y pm t.c 7 jppm j2&Z:'K&z$: riajg ' ..... uia, t 4jm pm - at Nth l Wti&r JTZ7:-ll4MriVisSsWjri 'JSdrSZ m r ' JgflMflHtbDJp!lL'aat vW&mk&i,2ut XCJS J8J&X t. ixrsiz, er REAL ESTATE AGENT con-uite- m Give Hiem a Call. Hint x. . niKECTOKS: STO CE P A B. M Illue-Grasi . WiUiamt, Mt. Yemen; J. M. Hall, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford ; S.J. Emary, Stanford; J. E. Lynn, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, Mlllwigeville; J. F. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Suntord, Kr S. II. Shanks, President. J II. Owsley, Cashier W M. llrlght, Teller J. Stanford, ,.r;YLVo lUn'fis1.? are tal ' WILUAM MORIJUNI), ?,rdors for Oattle, Sheep and Hogs 's -- ultti::' - Ief, Hie aioe , 1""' POSTED. r'ew' t , FIRST NATIONAL BANK -- South-easter- 1 Prepared Capital Stock Surplus S2OO,000 fr 18, 500 as e. ID I I.)N I JESSE THOMPSON', ' vlt Tff e BrORTH WEST, inree-ioiirt- mwmr TuJJsNT-- THE WORLD'S FAIR M J I Junction Marble & Granite Works City Double D.iily Trains 6 WJIiiST -- NIiaTHsvVJITJSTo 1 JX'SSS. tmf ' s,p"' ct. """ u pur-hali- ng t" aaaaaaaataaaaaaJaaaaaalaaaWaaa I fij'la' isfr-asLjsa- u iii I, MaaiMiiiaalSiTllafcalli'li-riiias- I aaalt'ltl'-TllaTifcl- aalllaliBf ial ! I laa iaalii!ii iJ-- tii lrtaaataaalTrtilks 'if n ilf I