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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892080501 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. Semi-Weeklvol. xx. WIILLAMSBUnO, WHITLEY COUNTY. y Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. AUGUST 5. 1892. DANVILLE. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. NO. 46 LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. cir-sec'.i- Dr. Jatnea Shaw, formerly of Dan B. F. Robinson shipped several A pleasant cool wave struck this Quarterly court convened Montlny, Monday with a much needed loads of lambs to the Cincinnati market on docket, m6st of which vlllc, now of Hurksville, is in town, with 07 cases -- "' I'Mllips, plain drunk. $U 20, and good rain. this week. were disposed of. , I will sell at Public Auction beginning at io A. M., wa " jwiiue utiiiri rase w eunosuay. Mr. Jonas W. Austin, of Mt. Salem. 0. C. Stnnnen has bought of Elijah Kditor O A. Denhatn, ol tno umui. Will Thomas, the negro boy eont to reports a bean stalk of a new variety, ' Lear the large tobacco barn on Paulding Morris nml fam I.U f.mllv and Mr. J. S. e a few days ago for street, for 5S00. having 120 pods upon it. ily spent Inst Friday and Saturday at the . . . !. t. t It i Ing 5 from Gib Doram, escaped Tues-- , .uumuu, itr, uuuerr, i,:uui;im s on win n usuiusutuu uru.iui:ut lt !.. i"v. i. tit l'alls. re- - tiny, ins jmysicai condition was suon :m ny uev. J. . Howling, .Mr. wm. r. way oi a patent gate is on exniumou uu 0. II. Keoton is happy over mo AT STANFORD, KY., Huspll to Miss Kinma Linham. the public Miuaie. rontniincnranco of ft daughter at his na to make the odor of the Most in and around Lan The Rev. Galen Smith i holding n Ii. Fish, of Piueville, very inodorous to the other ladies and houeo. Hon. John gentlemen therein con lined, so when meeting at thochurch at this place. Rev. caster, vho i,n,. tlilx week. L. K. Tupper epent part ol lat Willie walked off no desperate eirorts J. 2J. Rowling preached to a large con- - had the Rev. gregstion at Caney Fork Sunday. this week unir lii Hnrlnn countv. W.J. Caudill,, were made to recapture him. At-A negro named Sick Leave!! was The loveliest, yes, the utterly loveli-- , Judge Myers has appointed three ALSOof Rarbourville, is in town. County Tuesday. est, hop ever given in the history of commissioners to reconstruct the mngis-- i fore the police court Monday, charged Perkins was at Corbin A1TID prosecuting somo Commonwealth ewes Danville, was given by tho young men terial districts of Casey ami they are now j witli whipping his wife. He confessed of this city Wednesday night at the Op- - at work. It is thought there will be and wbb lined ?20 and costB, winch he tliCro. From one to eight years old. This stock is the second cross of as ,.m House. Kirhhorn furnished the mu- - about seven districts. 'replevied. . Tho Whitley County Sunday-Schoo- l Jellico August 4, 8io. The Indies of the Kpiscop.it church Col. Adams returned home the oth-- 1 The Garrard County Teachers' In- - good road stallions as money will buy. Are raised at an altitude 5, 500 Convention meeta at ando. Tliero is a very interesting pru- ftirnlslied the "hoppers lefreshments er night from a tour through Harlan, stitute has been in tcssion at the court feet above the sea level. Are as sound as a bullet and have wind like Are as easy broke as any breed of house this week. This.Thureday, even- - a grey hound. All good colors. Perry, Leslie and other grammo made out and wo hope there on the lawn in froutof MUs Hennio 1)0 u full attendance. sou'h residence. counties. Ho reports a very favotablo ing, they w ill give a public entertain- - horse and when once broke are always broke. I will halter all horses Jtil-T. I. Youug is very ill with reception in the mountains. ment, consisting of recitations, music, sold and deliver out side of sale lot at my risk. I will Mlssefl Uettio and May Lock and .seems with all the safeguards in have been visiting diabetes and a disorder of the stomach. It Daisy Tinsley, who , here for some time, returned nomo .uon-- .Mr. muj jira, p. i. Hale, wtio were mar the shape of statutes thrown around our I Af..,n ..! day. W. M. Jamison, wtio lias neon iu ried several weeks ago and wtio since schools and churches, there is but littlo man (jiveu I.. iiuitui ui .huj W.t nf iu " shak-- j their marriage have b'.'en lu Augusta protection to them, owing to n criminal Georgetown, Tho And let you be the judge after I catch it and will not ask you to pay Wednesday night. Clay City for several weeks, is back and Newport, have returned to Danville of laws. When this favois were very pretty and all had a for it unless just as I represent. Don't fail to come and see these ing hands with his friends again. Tho young people of town gave tho temporarily. It is possible they may great Republic of ours, with all of its nice time. The music was fum'shed by horses and buy some if the prices suit you. Every horse put up will Mljsea O'Mara a surprise pnrtv last Fn- - remove to Kokomo, Indiutin. Miss blessings and privileges, shall go down Sig. Black's orchestra. sell if I get the second bid on it. Judge W. K. Walker, T. R. Robin- day night, in honor of Mioses Hohnan Mary R. Fisher will leave Saturday for in blood and teats.it will tie too late TERMS: Ninety days time, bankable note, with 6 per cent, inand Hurk, of Louisville, who are visiting Colorado, to be absent porhapsabout two then to mourn over "what might have son and W. T. Pherigo have been ap-- l terest or a discount of 2 percent, for cash. l"'n-'.- ' pointed by the county court to redistnet them. It. A. Welsh, of Jellico, was in months. -- Mr. W. K. Figg, train dispatcher for -'- ice our last our county has been- tho county as required by the new contown Monday on legal business. J.J. somewhat fruitful in incidents and disstitution, and lire now busily engaged Mason, of JoJIioo, gave us a call Mon- - the iiwt Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia n " " ' dny. , rnllrcM.I, ttinnul at Knoxvillo, Is ,t.ro ""J",w' , , , i ,. performing that duty. -T- IlO linpiWl mum """" nn vUll tn hU old hom. Mr. W. M. WKnK "l '" wove, ne.ir Landram and Capt. ngge, on carpenters creeic. it is re- - Win.Gen. W. J. last Sunday, after an Interesting week's , i.. Hcrndon went to Danville Wedut tiiuiuauVf irAii, iynm.ni w wuhiiii, .mi w session. Tho visiting preachers filled nil thii Farmers National Rank of Danville, ,oru' "MU "Ul "" nesday to attend tho funeral of Gen. S. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. "' V imu.ueu t"J' " S. Frj, but it was postponed until Thursthe pulpits of tho various churches Sun- i. ...r.. nn lt MUhiis ,,or " l,,e nf and night. Our people are llelle and KlisUwth Caldwell, of Wheel- - thusifltsiu and there was much disturb-- day day morning of in consequence of the 1892. . glad to liavo such people among them in;;, W. Va., arc. visiting their cousin, anco. Pistols were fired in the assembly of the general's sons, who resides in one of men, women and children. It is even and feel that they are benutlted by their Mist Lucile Caldwell, this county. Full corpj of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music and Kansas. Catalogues and circulars furniihcd on application Excellent lioardin; department presence and liopu they may derive some The attendance Tuesday, the first reported that one whose early life was of The ruir that fell on Monday and An some benefit In return from us. of tho fair, was larger, it is Miid, brilliant promise, but now advancing on Monday night was the first with which day James Ford and others, who were limn I'Vnr lifnrn in tlu liUtnrv of the the "sure, the yellow leaf," shot twice at our town has been blessed during the arrested last Sunday, a week ago, charg- ,.....i i..,i,....i....i..i.i.. ti.h his fcon, a young man who has the re- - past mouth. The 6howors were light, with eonspirinnto kill Deputy sheriff cxhlblb) in the stock rings and the Uor.il ' njiect of all go(Hi citiaena. It is also re- - but thev were sufficient to cool the at- ed ..,.. IVUIICI UII1J) ...l..u , Cl ' "".VUl Mno Wilder, were tried before Squirt' I. .11 .vur- - r tl... .VUP,... .......... flu. u.n.,..l ftl.4 l.KB... .1 a ...l ,.u. n.l IimI.1 IWICTII lUOBJlUeRS ...'. I !.... -,. - nn.l lw.1.1 attention of tlie vast crow.l until the ...- - ' P"''"..wU-,.- l . l.AI. .... B,,ol, ,."" etation in IIHU garden. UIO S. this u bles: .., !,. ""' HDi.a.i..uuou, be For "" It is reported also that . . . .. , in ball of 1,000 each to await tho action nftt.rnoon. bar vest be UnnMfl of Bro. ir l ' oltho grand jury. Jamiw Mcllargue, The .l.mlnute trot was hotly contested tio county offleers were present Dealers In Da .'Praise the Lord 1" accused of attempting to rexue between Naboth and Aeletta. Follo- w- there has been a faint rumor, but not who Mas Bugh has nlutneA Ea them from the ollleor, w.h held in ;500 ing nre tho summaries. 0. F. Cay from a visit to Cvnthiaua. Miss Carrie , it Ruko for VMriiiiM. ?!hW LMiaranteed. '" "l "".' If Squire IUins was at Corbin awhile .. .... wni. imv .. iibl-- . lesucu. West is visiting Mrs. John Higginboth -r f i3 thought pence and order would reign hoate, Sprinjrlight, ' -- wtn Wiser shot bis cousin, John am. Miss Maggie Dright, of Stanford, won by Rev-tiagain in that once quiet little town. by 0. F. Clay, over four competitors; I'ytou, at the home of Peyton on guest of Miss Lizzie Thompson. Monday morning, is the nohU Creok Wednesday a party composed of " On 1:33; 132. Threominute class, Misses Carrie and Mamie Currey are at Shoes, Qc. about 50 people took the morning train trotting purse, 5:500, won by Naboth, by 'niA the lM'st nfornmtIon on hand at tending the Danville fair this week. bound for Mahan Station, tho popular WaUncliani. nvrtr nix The following goods we are going to close out ones: time, lweni, u came up in una way; xuuj Misses Kmbry, of Lexington, are visiting had some difficulty on Sunday. Wiser for picnlcing parties from Wil- 2:32; 2:31; 2:30; 2.3(5, 2.35J. Three-yeai- Misses Jennie Mrs. Sim Andersou. liamsburg, and remained there until the oki 3 minute class, 5W0; won by Gran-ett- staid with IVyton that night. The next Lackey and Mattio Walker aie spending n a evening train. It was a perfect day for by Granny, four entries; time, 2:S7- - morning Wisr wanted Peyton to go a week at Crab Orchard Springs. Miss B a his face and hands. with hiui to everybody enjoyed to that fc 2:35; 2.3o n picnic and Wood, has returned fro n a visit Carrie ntwir.H'Intivll IIV .1 Mil.' II..I .f.n vin.j Ivu "I'l " Peyton told him to go ahead, that he Wednesday G. & C. Cecil's Georgie Uurvll .link wn to Paint Lick. It will pay you to see them if you need anything in the list: ono that hiw experience in such , mile would be out is "oon as he waked his Lee won the stake for Tlie county ofllcials nre worrying lu his or her own life. The little heats, in two straights; bust timc3:2l. brother. Wiser told him if ho didn't with the new election bill, and some boys andsome of the older men plaveda There were four starters. The second, come lie would shoot. Peyton replied, trouble is anticipated in arranging the All light Dress Goods, including Fine Dress Pattern?, e game of base ball, while the young was won by nuting his breast, for him to shoot. The new voting precincts. The probabilities; tho 2.45 clans for Organdies, Swisses, Challies, Canton Crepes, time playing croquet and Robinran's May Day iu two straights, trigger was pulled and Peyton was shot. spent thoir are that not one out of every ten will IJrandonburgh Cloth, Pine Apple Tissue, Cotton Challies; iu convorwitinn suggested only by such bent time 2. Mi. G.imbetta 'tt ilkes had The ball entered a little above and to tlie know to what precinct ho belong, or . surtoft nt liU iiimilo nml ln.loi'il In his linek. rugged and grand scenery as that piciu walk over for th where to co to vote when tho election Dr Herri n was called to attend him ami rounding them. Gents' Puff Shirts, Ladies' and Misses Shoes, and he did the mile iu 2:31. arrives. The cost 01 procuring euiuiu.e Miid rn lnst Sntunliiv afternoon Oicar Ladies' Waists, Ladies' ready made Underwear, Gen. 5ieed S. Fry, a native of Dan-- . extracted the ball. His recovery is ' buildings in which to erect the booihsis IlonrdlnKhammor and George Durham ville, and until a short time ago a life- - to be doubtful. Wo understand that was heard including Gown, skirts, Corset Covers, &c. another trouble. A democrat boarded a froight train at tills pUco and long rveideut thereof, diet! at tlie Sol-- 1 Wiser claims that he thought it was a to remark a few das Mnce that if the Alo a splendid line of light Wraps. rodoinacoal flat to Watts' (reek, the diurs' Home, near Louisville, of which blank cartridge that was in his pistol. people hnd known the amount of tiou- Conductor first station north, when he wa the superinteudHUt, Mouday ev- -' They were boys about 16 years ofjage. and expense incident to the new con- There was a basket meeting at the ble Murphy found thorn and told them to nn!,.n.lC.W.'nlA.l i.s. rl It la T. stitution, it would have been rejected by getotr." Durham hung on the side of 4w' VviiM death was typhoid rlux and his illuessi Salem church on tlie knobs three miles an immense majority. cattle-guaK very thing the earn few steps when he hit R only lasted four days. Gen. Fry was ed- from litre, last Sunday. Rogers, of Indiana,1 Dr. Joseph M. and was knocked under the cars, ucated at Centre College and at WatKish weut ofl all right until tho repast was and'Miss Juliet Gill were married at the off. cutting his left leg nlmont entirely College, Craw fordsville, lnd. He stud- spread fur dinner; and then a general residence of the bride's parents in Lan Drs Moss and Adkins amputated It just ied law and practiced tlmt profession un melee cauu' up, which broke up the caster, at 3 i. .. Wednesday, August 3, , A details nre meagre and ditricult tho knee and he is report! doing til the outbreak of the Mexieiu war, dur- 192. Tlie ceremony was performed by well. Parents Hliould be more careful ing which lie served aa oapuin of a com-- to jtU bold of, for fear of doing some-bodlllev. W. D. Hedhston. pastor ot tne q WW .y3k W.Q MU JB Wo mttW 1 wit tm VMftf injustice, we will not use names. and so save their children and II tfjsWfl -thiny. He was in Hvriil eugagementd IkS church at Paint Lick. & Sk U Presbyterian Kr m JJ nd an- ..,.1 many hours oNuirerinR liowerfr, UMU 11 um nil iu There wore present at the uuptials Mr. ..arti.il.rlv .1Ulim..iUh.l himlf who guish, as well as the railroad companies at tho battle of'nueuaVwU IhiturnliiK t,fa Wrt 0n" of tn,f Pd'ers nad Mrs. M. H.Gili, Mrs. It, C. Warren, i,B w"k-on fluch occasions was tak- trouble and expense. was soon ahr elected Danvijle, he of Mauford, Mrs. Nellie F.lkin, of Atlan ... si ta II ..I .Inf.. .!,., county judge. Ho remained in that of- - "K OOUK " " '"""J ,u U,,L "' ". ""u ta, .. and nm uuusiiu-i- , . for .Mrs. v . vj. unuiiuy HUBBLE. On his route c,Uz,,"s of tn,e fleo until 1S6I, wlimi he recruitwl the Mu Duncan, Mrs. Jennings of tho Mits Jennie whisky a CtRtorln enrea Colic, . A wheat thresher is wanted in this Nth Kentucky regiment of infantry, of lo deliver the "CnntorU is to well adapted to children that Bour btomach, Diarrha-a-Constipation, Price John Duncan. Sam Duncan. Ham Eructation, , ... ...... .u.u uo" I recommend it on superior to nn y prescription lnpnlilv now w Ijin,Irailli Tho Q which lie was made colonel. Kefore the ,;o8r KllU Worms, giu slit'p, and promoter dlmo " H. A. Auciicb, SI. D., tnown to .' .1 . i i u.,1.1.1.. luiu L'onii to Tctines'eo ..i that the article was intended for inter 1..1 i, medication. happy couple will retuair in Lancaster Ill So. Oxford St., IlrooUyn, K. Y. Icestion, 10 rwl B'1 tnml to, MacUB1 r' generalship. Three children, Mrs. buy sheep. to aier for some time prior O their departure Murray Street, N. Y Companv, Tub Csxtacii Kubinksand Miea Allle, WmTttrni,ri 0f Howling Green, and knowing the one down who had him 111 for Indiana. Wo wish them -Mman SurberhavoreturnelfromaNdsitamongiMt,ShrsTijoumvlJi!UJ(lSl)t,oay Fry( of custody. A brother of tlie fallen iu their journey through life. tlrttW llid kni,e nA Prevented a rescue relatives in Pulaski. Kansas City, survive him. Tlie funeral Squiro George P. llrightroturncdf.om!jrttotnko pIllc0 t () 0.do(k t0.(IV( of the prisoner. Others interferred ande A movoment has been set on foot to Well this week and reports his Thurs)ly. Gen. "Fry was n life long tlier wttS ll enornl ,l'sorder. The Hales secure for Louisville the next meeting of. much improved by hor visit there, momber o ,w prt.abyterian church and oner is siid to have been taken before the Supremo Lodge of the Knights of ,,, bo far. - " magistrate, but we have , not heard the Pythias of tlie world after that which nf ... Ilrti,i miaim,M. . n ...... C linill'llh woww " f U.innniimnnro .... ,f undo of the wife of the democratic UlllUU.I.P. It IS miuuivii, i""i i.i... v..... assembles at Kansas City Aug. 22. It is ut 51.30, pick of about SO. of JooSope tits were gotten out. but havo lieeu , s dential nominee, A. h. Steven, number of visitors will J dismisred or done away with. It is diili- - thought that the A. C. Carman sold Tom Woods some BO,, of Illinois. approximate 100,000. cult to get at the bottom of facts. nice yearling steers at 3c. shall keep constantly on During the year 1S92 I J. C. Huhanks seems to be a boss MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. stock of hand a full and complete Richard Ten Broeck was found dead cook. Wltilo ids mother was gone last ' -- Mr. William Goocli" aud Miss Bettie at hi home in Oakland, Cal. His mind week his littlo nephew was wun mm Ho was tl.e W Tompkins were married at Liberty pivo away some time ago. for breakfast, when he remarkod, "Un H. Pryor's Tuesday by Ilv. John Bell tlrst American to win with horses from cloOrit, this' bread tastes like chicken , Gibson, and left at once for a brida tour this side rich English purses. CaOYALIli'M & reports .irs. a, II. Yea- - to Cmciiniiti. Tno groom is one of our Dr. Dtinlap Gen speed S. Try, commander o citizens, woll preserve)! and in com- - thie Soldiers' Home, near Louisville, is. ger convalescent, after a severe illness of $Iy stock of weeks. Mrs. S. Hubblo has been fortablo circumstances, while the bride, lead. He was born in 1S1 nml lor the several yory sick for several days. Win. Hub- - wil0 i1R3 boon u suliool teacher for years, most of his life mule Dinvillo his home, blo'was called to Somerset to attend his tg wun Uliuciited and handsome. The Ho is credited with killing ZollicoQer at Istkiuou Jouun'.u. liopes that their un- - Mills Springs. sick sister, Jane Babbitt. Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers ol Mrs. Uuth Albright, tho widow of with his scytho cinie last ; i0Ij wlll prove a happy one and that' Death drompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas Sunday eve aud mowed down our friend, their remaining days on earth may lie ltdbcrt Menefee and the deserted wife of A. R. FENNY. D.LTon in charge. Mrs. Octavhi Snow, alio nan uceu 111 protracted till age shall iiiuko living no Felix Albright, wno is s.ui 10 co iu unlahomu, died Wednos.iay ot consump- ainco Inst spring, never recovering ironi longer r joy. was about Co years tion, leaving throe children by her tlrst an attack then. Sho XC3E i5L3STX A horrible tale comes from near Mil- ' unit fnnr liv her hist husband. Mr. Men- r ,,n Ri.n ln.ivps 4 sons nml 2 daugh DELER Taiin. A .Mrs. Hendrix was found efco left her a fair estate, which can lupnlr the families of Stnford and vicin- ters all grown, and stand high iu the llln, made Ice at 60 cts. per 100 pounds: wilh home a field and her children, who who was a dissipated fellow, less thtu that amount at one cent per pound, wa estimation of all good people. Sho was dead lu manufactured Ice at 75 enls per 100 pounascn: were almost naked, charged the disaAnd Country Produce, wanted to squander, hence their ICO delivered every a member of Christ church and we have or Tarter HaVine Towder HlRhest of cents for smaller quaulitiw. ready to Has opened his stock a shadow of a doubt but what riho old son of Heed Itobinsun, a farmer, with greement and his disappearance. The alla in leavening strength -- Latest United State morning I call special attention to tne jonn for the people of Stanfordof good and Is He is serve aud tlclnlty. llrewine C ' CelebrMed I. X. L. Beer, plaudit, "Come killing her, and say that ho tied one of received the welcome unheard of Bargains and alt who want iriod fairly well provid-...- l Go eminent Food Keport. which I am agent. Will furnish in eithe' keg or guuds few j them, n little girl, to a post ami made Mmefee children are at this lowest possible prices should call nn In- - thou hast been faithful over n bottle Write for prices. ROYAL I1AKING POWDERCO , ' him on Lojsn Avenue, near Lancaster pike, ao f.ir. but the Albright children havo ma- - her work in the aun In n nude condl-ny.- " E BREMER, Stanford, Ky 106 Wall street, New Vcrlc. things- I will make theo ruler over work-boustenl-Cumberl1 WYOMING HORSES ! li-- l . r.. I I MONDAY, AUG. 8, '92, -- work-hou- eo , .. -- -- i i:rr,"TS';n,rrM Fine flares and Socklin i Colli 20 HEAD OF MABES j GELDHTGS, i ( , Wil-wi- ll south-easter- n i ' ti Every Horse's Age and Condition i j ' j i ' F. P. BROWNING. '" : t t- - Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 6tli vi-- non-arriv- .. -- U- .- ... ..--.- . - ..MBCT ..- r,x-- D lf...l. KSVBRANCK Boots and Carpets, ' , J : SJON. -- "'''. , ".-- r"ru,J. "".'", u me, Inlf-mil- e Dry Goods and Notions, Gents' Furnishing Goods, ! ft , e, v.a-d- i ; --- Regardless OSt. occa-hion- s peo-pi- , ' . ' ' j j I ' rd bci-vtce- s. In-lo- I y ( 1 them-helvt-- 8 , " PP, m ' U ) ie-t- o n v ""' Infants Children -- " .l"'u' j - w-Sallw God-spee- I pns-wif- ,,. vlce-pre- i ;A. R.PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. ' . 1 11 ToiletArticles Glass, Books, j t0t I j i , watches, clocks B3S1SK. 1 & jWE&isnr j ' - Al-blig- POWDER Absolutely Pure C. D. FOW3SLXf --:- ! Gcncral IIcrcliaiicHse, orTer-in- m trc-m- er ! sr - ' , " Won. uothtug r,.. JlU jt - Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal Kv., I3. August 5. 1892 Ma. Watterson, having pnblfshed in hie paper the speech he would have spo- THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. SrANFORU, W. WALTON. w 2? , tents and its general get-uThe South t r ought to support such a magazine and it M is hoped that the publishers will receive O CD 5 W"S ample encouragement for them to conn tinue tho costly exoeriment. 9 2 Congressman Ellis, who staid at his o ' M k.' Washington and was not in hU H.SI post at NEWSY NOTES. 5. district during tho canvass, was re warnS: School teachers are palti in this ed by his constituents by an endorse ment over his honorable competitors, in country $SO,000,000 a year. A wall paper trust with a capital of a manner that made it practically unanline carried every county in the $200,000,OOJ has been organized. imous. He CRAB ORCHARD. It ia stated that 30,000 people died district but one and swept his own counof DaviebS nearly solid. The conven- in Ruetian Caucasus in July of cholera. ty Miss Nannie Edmiston is teaching The republicans of West Virginia the Adams school. tion will be held at Houderson Aug. 9. Capt Ellis is a good man and with the nominated Thomas E. Davis for governG. W. Lee so'd to John Brenner.Jof support of such papers as the Oweusbo-r- or. Rowland, his pet coon fonc2. There are five State tickets in MinMessenger and Inquirer and the A stray dog broke into D. C. Payne's This Week. nesota and politics is even hotter than Kentuckian, there was no such menagerie and killed his pet squirrel. hell. word as fail. It will be the same way S. B. Gum's saloon at Richmond Payne won't smile again for six months. in November when Tomtit Pettit tackles burned, with $2,000 worth of whisky, W. S. Burch, principal, and Mins - At him. The people of the 2d district are wines and other liquors. Leah Slegar, assistant, opened school too 'sensiblo to give up such a man as Manager Frick and the Pinker tons here Monday. It is to be hoped that. Ellis for a blatherskite and a dema- have been arrested at Homestead on the these young teachers will be an imgogue. charge of murder and released on bail. provement ou some we have had. --- Mr. Robert Kiunaircl, of Lancaster, Frmch The president has signed the bill to 15 to iSc The Richmond, Va., Dispatch gets its wire. make eight hours a day's work for all was liere .uonuay. ir. " . u. auuuuim, news by the grape-vin- o telegraphic Closing price, S per yd. Owensboro, spent several days with1 In a recent issue it discusses at length laborers and mechanics on public work'. of ur his former partner, J. T. UliauwicK. Joseph Wood was electrocuted for Mr. Wattereou's "admirable handling of Mulls worth 20c of this place, has gone to India the force bill" at Madison, Wis., when murder in a New York prison Tuesday. W. S. Beazlev, out a location. look Closing price ioc. the fact is Mr. Watterson was down with Death was instantaneous and apparent- Pineville to Mrs. Kittie King purchasod the in-and did not speak at all. ly painless. the tonsilitis MaPongee worth 25c, closing at I2 The primary election held in the 1st terest in the millinery stock of Miss It can always be taken for granted, howHenry and removed them to her ever, that Mr. Watterson will handle district resulted in Congressman W. J. mie Ladies' Gauze Vests worth 75c Lancaster street. Their any subject well, even if he did make a Stone receiving the democratic nomina- dwelling, on la Receiving- His of fashion, Closing price 45c each: old stand is htill an emporium on Mr. Cleveland. tion by a large majority. miserable misa-cuLast week the mercury out in Mou-ta- being occupied by the tonsorial artist, But we will let that pass, as he has probLadle' Gauze Vests worth 20c fell from 101 to 1)0 and yesterday it Joseph Oaks. ably kicked himself over it till ho has Orchard base ball team The Crab Closing price 7Xc. to take his meals from off tho mantel- rose from C2 to 104. Thank God we have Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Gic me call. went to Lancaster Mouday'.butas a Danno such sud Jen changes in Kentucky. piece. asis now said that the Sanger Island ville battery failed to come to their It TueXcw York Herald offers three was completely devastated by the earth- sistance, the Lancaster refused to play, prizes to the persons making the three quake. Several towns entirely, and well for their reputation that they nearest guesses to the popular plurality did, tor a short town like Lancaster can and the loss of life is fully Tho first is Of Cleveland or Harrison. : never cope with CrAb Orchard without AT Seven robbers, who murdered a mer assistance. n trip around the world free of cost; the round-trito London and Paris chant aud his wife, were caught and shot second a Editor Smith, of the Mt. Vernon S3 OO and the third one to London. The only to death without trial at Santos, Mexico. Signal, was here Saturday. He has sev- Ladies' Slippers worth requirements are that the ballot is filled This is pretty rough treatment, buttlioi-oughl- y eral subscribers here anil we hope to Fee Closing price Si 90. deserved. from a blank published every day in the his list increase. Mies Hannah McFall Prof. Hope, an aeronaut, fell from has returned from Dillion. Mr. Egbert Ladies' Pat. tip. Slippers w'hSi 25 paper, and unlike in elections, a man can vote as early and as often as he his balloon 3,000 feet from the earth, at Fish, of Mt. Vernon, spent several days Closing at 75c St. Paul, and was driven 12 feet into the pleases. in our town. Mr. Joe Melvin has movsoft mud. It required nearly an hour to W. Singleed to the pioperty of Mrs C. Men's Fine Shoes worth S2 00 Congressman Watson's charges of dig his body out. ton near the Brow n Sprint. Col. W. O. members who, he 1Tames, drunkenness of the Lincoln Denton was renominated for Closing at Si Sundnv in Crab Orchard. ' stated in his book, came into tho legis- sheriff and Napier Adams for circuit Bradley tpent Coolers. Mr. Joe Severat.ce, of Stanford, was up lative Tiall in a maudlin state, has been clerK at tne repuoucan - to see hU Bister) jlrs D. O. Payne, wno primary in rudisproved before an investigating com lasm aaiuruay. uoozeanu ooouie were ja 0ite Bjck. mittee. It was not red liquor, wuicn ine oruer 01 iuu uay. steals away men's 6en6ee, that the memCLOTHING The democratic congressional camLAUREL COUNTY. LONDON, bers drank, but cups of cold tea, which paign committee has ordered 200,000 stimulates but does not intoxicate. Mr. buttons representing an American shield, Onlv one prisonei in jail. Watson is probably right, though it is on which are the words, "No Force John II. Wilson speaks at the courtnot pleasant always to have the truth Bill." for distribution in the South . house Monday, county court day. Men's Contonade Pants worth 75c MY ENTIRE STOCK AT told. Mr. Frank Wyatt aud Miss Lucy On a wager of $20,000 Zoe Gayton, common school in the Closing at 50c female ped- Brock will teach In the absence of anything else to use the champion will begin Aug. have estrian, is walking from New York via the London district. It againBt him, the republican papers Men's Light Jeans Pants wthSi 25 15a creat deal to eay of Mr. Cleveland's New Orleans to San Francisco. Shej United States Marshal Wm. Parker Those needing adjusted Watches can get the following movements closing at 90c. corpulency. It is very funny, of course, must do the distance, 3,801 miles, in 107 took the following moonshiners to Lou at prices stated: 13. W. Raymond's Si 6; No. 50 Elgin S20; No. S6 twaddle, but when it is told that the days to win. this W. B. Vermillion, Is Men's Cheviot suits, gray wthS7 00 Elgin S20; iB over six feet tall and John C. Dubcr Si 4, Hampden; John C. Dubcr special The State Board of Education has isville Tuesday: aac Mize, Bud Jnrvis, Green Stevens, $17, Hampden. Other movements in proportion. All work neatlv weighs 2S0 pounds, it will be seen that adopted as its official organ Home and closing price S4 50. Wells and James Watkins. and promptly done. Call and sec me. ROBT. FENZEL. he is not an excessively fat man. He is School, published at Louisville by C. H. Tom James D. Smith, Green Steele and Men's all wool Cheviot Suit as large a man mentally as he is physic- GreSthouse. Superintendent Thompson x-- t c.nn.i.irn- - nil have ally and that's what's troubling our es- says the paper has been of the greate6t;bJeu worth S12, closing at $7 90 appointed by County Judge Bar- Hssintance to him. teemed contemporaries. nett to redistrict tlie uuuiisieniiuuHuiuio. Men's fine worsted suits worth Two young bloods who 6hot their endangerHon. Adlai E. Stevenson, his wife pistols off on the train were taken to Bro. Baruett would not have if ho had Ewing, are in for and law partner, J. S. S1S50, closing at $14 00 Nicholasville and fined $50 and 10 days ed his prospects guests of Mr. Watterson, each in jail, where they now are. They appointed one democrat to assist in the Louisville, the and a royal public receptiou was arrang are of good families and named R. S. work aud it would have shown a degree of faimecs expected of him. ed for last night, with Oov. Urwon Fitzgerald and R. L. Halbrook. Mr. Scott Farris, trainer at the Jackmake the welcomiug address. After to Before being taken to the asylum week for a few will Alice Mitchell was the meeting the next granted her request son livery stable, left this permanent head- to be taken to the grave of her murder- days' visit in Garrard. Geo. W. Baker nssist in dedicating the 75 for a week's quarters of the Watterson Club. ed love and there gave way to an ebulli- and family left yesterday county. George T. tion of grief. She also plucked a flower visit in Rockcastle Gov. Jones and the entire democratic Farris and family have removed their to wear in remembrance of her. Lancaster, where ticket, which was opposed by republiAt a meeting of the Pulaski County goods aud chattels to And we can show as nice an assortment as the people have can and third party tickets, were elected Confederate Association, future home. Depat Somerset, ar- thev will make theirMoran and Albert The n Alabama by a largo majority. rangements were made for a reunion of uty" Sherifl Theo. Legislature is overwhelmingly demowith typhoid fev all at Somerset, Sept. Kimtt nra both 'lown -, cratic. The result is worthy of remark, 14. first cases this year in the neighExtensive preparations will be made er, the that republicanism and solely to show borhood. third" party nonsense are not disturbing to entertain all visitors; the city will be decorated; speeches will bo made by sold factors in the South. j( 0. T.," the young stallionTexas, prominent and a brilAll Styles and Colors-- of Crow, to Mr. Craig, of though many mil- liant display of fireworks will be given by R. H. The plauet Mare, has already distinguished himself. In a lions of miles away, got nearer to the in their honor at night. All at Pittsburg he won his aro cordially invited to he pres- bruising contest earth than it has for many centuries race in straight heats, captured the stake Wednesday night, enabling the big Lick ent. In a circular issued by the of $3,000 and made- a record of 2:18. Mr. telescope to show that what had been s of Health the earnest attention of Crow sold him for $3,500 aud his considered canals were not canals at all. tho people isjcalled to the gradually inin this race alone much more than Home-Spun- s. We are glad of that. Canals are of little creasing prevalence of and mortality repav his purchase money. It is expectfaBt railroad times. value in these from typhoid fever. It states that more ed that before the season is over he will U N $357,-90- 9 causes of this disease are attributed to trot iu 2:15 aud under. "H. O. T.' is by l. The National debt was increased i and no impure waterftthan any other cause. Kin" Almout and is a most promising during the month of July, demands are People are cautioned from usiiitf water young horse. His record at the beginwonder, Bince our pension was 2:27J. Glasgow greater than those of all tho countries in from wells where there is any possibili- ning of the season largely the ty of their being connected with n privy Times. He is a Lincoln couuty horse the world, and exceed great Ger vault or any other source of contamina- and Mr. Crow made a tnlstako in letting co?t pf the maintenance of the , tion. him go. man army. p. legal voter iu each district of 1 10 territory to be nflected shnll sign n petition for an election on tho question before the county judge shall order it to bo held, and not then till tho sixers have d put up sullicient money to pay for advertising, in addition to the clerk's fees. The provisions of the act shall not apply to manufacturers or wholesalers, who sell as much hs five gallons at n time, or to druggists, unless specially stated in tho petition, but when so stated the druggists will be licensed to sell only on prescription, which the doctors shall not give to any person not absolutely in need of it as a medicine, under a penalty of $30 for each case. The law is pretty severe on those who favor local option, but as the piohibitionists do not want anything short of State and National prohibition, it does not cut much of a figure print-Ingnn- The local option act passed by both Houses requires that 23 per cent, of the ken in Wisconsin but for his sore throat, the Louisville Commercial haa an amusing cartoon representing Col. W. 0. Hradley appealing to the editor to let him firo off also the speech ho prepared for tho republican convention, but which never reverberated through the hall. The editor, however, refuses the plea, and a Ivises the doughty Colonel to hire a hall. The likenets of both men is good Mr. George and the point Kerr ia making quite a reptitaiiou as a caricaturist and Ills work is a decided feature of the Commercial. first-clas- The House fixed tho legal After filibustering for a week on tho World's Fair bill, which proposed to make tho government a shareholder in a private corporatiou to the amount of $3,000,000, tho opponents of tho measure in Congress finally agreed to give the Fair $2,500,000 straight out aud the matter has beeu settled. The managers ought to bo satisfied with this certainly. Fettek's Magazine, published in Lou-isville, by Fetter A Shober, is out aud is a creditable publication, both in its con- terest at G per cent, amendment. Tim bodv adonted a resolution ex tending a cordial invitatiou to tho Hon. Adlai E. Stevenson to visit Frankfort today. The commltteo reported favorably tho bill to abolish tho office of register of lands and It is hoped the Legislature will adopt it. Absenteeism has become such an abuse that the Speaker of the House had to order members to their posts by telegraph in order to have a quorum. I ft Tho dispatches wore marked "collect." , The Senate by a vote of 10 to 13 kill-requiring that a man ed the House bill must brake two years beforo he can be a conductor and firo tour years beforo bea wonder such coming an ensi"r' . a bill got so many vote. The House passed a bill to leduce circuit judges to f2,400 aud deduct $7 a lav frnm them when they wero nbent from the bench without sufficient caus, but it failed to receive a majority of all tho votes and it was declared lost. So We dont want to carry over any the $3,000 a year goes until repealed. passed both House s Summer Goods as we need the A bill has which provides that iu cases where a person in the employ of a railroad is room for our coming Fall Stock, killed or injured while in the perform and in order to close out the ance of his duty to the company thro' of ordinary care line of Summer Goods, we the negligence or want of any servant or employe of the company, such company shall be liable in will sell you every article in that damages for such killing or injury. rate of inceut, after defeating the 5 per An HtiRllnh nnj CIim-lea- l h Annual hchool lor OltU. Wednesday, Stlon openWellc.ley. W. Sept. 7th, iftii. TPOYNTEft. for SHELBTVILLE.KY. BUty-elRht- H ; THEY MUST GO Worth lrom $5 to $16 per suit. Nice line cheap pants worth from Si. 25 to Si. 75. A few more pairs of Ladies' Shoes in broken size?. 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. SUIT . Men's medium and light weight inwoo So. W. E, PERKINS, Crab Orchard. 9 p o W M I5 ; 1W ( i 3 E OP r-- s .i j w i 1 c o . i M V El ls.3 - a 5 Oh h CD W riiH'Weh- -J c y s, ! ?T HM - 3 - 2 crq c o H a Z F3 i en-enti- re I VJ ' BELOW COST LOOK FRUIT JABS, JELLY GLdSSJSS, 4 o Hop-kinsvil- lo Tops, Rubbers, Sealing Wax,. Tin Cans and Preserving Kettles AT THIS ' FARRIS & HARP1NPS. 1 - e na Spring & Summer Goods ... m disap-peaie- d 10,-00- 0. Shoe Department p B. K.&W.H. Wearen's. Garden Tools, Rakes, Hoes, Spades, Shovels, Traces, Collars, Pads, Leonard Refrigerators, White Mountain Freezers, Water , Etc. DEPARTMENT. NOW IS YOUR CHANCE. long-distan- - REDUCED RATES SPRING CLOTHING ! IS Children's Knee Suits, Cents. vice-prese- OUR STOCK COMPLETE Come this week before these Bargains are jjone. Ever Seen in Stanford. , LOUISVILLE STORE. State-Boar- d win-ulng- Cassimeres, Worsteds and Please Examine ana Price Th6m. , - JL - - Manager, j , ST-A-ILSTIEnoi- ID. M'ROBERTS & HIGGINa V V !' tthftMaaLW k Semi-Week- ly II. J. Darst lost by strangulation h'fl need anything in handrj"nu B. Tes- fine brood mare, tho dam of Nellie, 2:20, queens ware, gears, i&c, call at J. " and other good ones. She had recently ter's and price thorn. LftTofsMt forfetock at SI per birrel. dropped a tine colt by Ponce, which he August o. 1802 J. 11. Fostor. STANront), Ky., Odontundeh for tho patuless extract- hopes to rHiee. Thu mare was valued at ion of teeth. No pain and no bad reYour trade solicited. Danke,thejew-- I sults. Dr. Penny, solo agent for Lincoln 1,00 P. A quantity of goods which I will close out at once F. Browning has sold in the latt ECC.WAbTON, BUB.ManOROr clir,islocftte(lntCar80ii'Bstore. " county. four months 000 Wyoming horses nt $35 Fori Runt. Olllco in Interior Joiru-Jk- al The 0. & 0. Old Point excursion has $110. They prove excellent animals for f MEANS BUSINESS. building. Apply to V. P. Walton. been postponed from the 11th to tho 10th, general purposes and give satisfaction, sleeping cars or no trade. Ho will oiler a big lot. nt Kxouvvisa beautifully nnd Artistically I. Mack lluccn linn taken tho Cofloy owingto inability to got The Stock consists principally of the following : nuction.Monday next nttho L.&.. stock UH!) without fail. A.. It. Penny's. done at Hotiso smbla on Soniemot street and It will go on tho yards here. Bc your books null school euppllus of will get in a supply of and two I horse Studebakcr Wagons, Flour, Bacon, Five horaea and bugM. S. Baughtnau'i. fine Walsinghaui The public school in this district will all kiutls from A. R. Penny, who solid Hams, Canned Goods, Heavy and Shelf Hardware, Stoves, gies in a few weeks. open August 20 anfl Prof. Charles II. stallion, Nabotii, won his race at Danthem nt publisher's prices. Quecnsware, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Farm Gears, your watch, clock and jeweiry Havk Lincoln Coiwty ought certainly to bo Holmes will bo assisted by Miss Cettio ville Tuesday and lowered hU record to such as Breeching, Check Lines, Hamcs, Blind All work SHtisfiwl will 2:31 on a repaired nt A. It. Petiuy's. track. There wero with four innniutrateH, for. her Thurmond, an arrangement that Bridles, et cetera. wnrmnted. satisfaction. fivo entrios and live heats were trotted, 15,902 population, when Fayotto, with give general UKMKM1IKH llllll UU Blivvrv uic. niuvticr. . ' winning tho last throe. Mr. I mean busines when I say this Stock must go regardless of price and r... Naboth rings, rer bought at A. K. n........'o will her 33.6P0, has nettled on eight. Little Personals. Granville Haley Bauuhman certainly has n record break- lor 'CASH. Call at Basement of Severance & Sons store and sec for be engraved free of charge. F. P. Browmmi advertises IS Wyo and Charlie Swearingen, of Rowland, er in Naboth, as more work will prove. your self. PERSONAL POINTS. ming horses, mares and colts to bo Bold have each been the, recipients of pres Ho has never entered but two races, ents this week. The former's wife dona coming out victor in each. Miss A.ssin Hale is visiting in Dnn- - ut auction hero Monday next. liend his ted a girl nnd the latter'n n ad., lay aside your projudico ami buy Vilie. bouncing boy weighing ten pounds. one. new ai) aim EME.V it. K. C. Gainls is taking in tho now that tho erection of tho It seems The drouth's backbone has not been Mu. A. A. Warren is spending a week building on tho old Combroken yet, though Monday's rain Odd Fellows at Linniettn. mercial Hotel site will have to be postspraided it n little. Showers were pre- Mich Lizzie Mrnucee is visiting friends 1, as Mr. M. F. Elkin, tho dlctedtfor last night, with n cooler at- poned till Jan. iesFt-eS in Someitet. wants $250 and a house to do Has kindled our blood and we arc determined to make mosphere for today. .Mas. Annie Jambs and children are from now till then, which the in - with friends in Danville. I Dusini: to extend to my friends who members think too much. Mr. littoiKiK R. Knoleman and family bo kindly assisted in moving my goods Mn. J. D. Anderson has sold back to on tiio night of tho "fire, my siucerost inre staying nt Hales Well. Mr. J. M. Hail thu aero lot he bought o' of Crab Mrs. Alice Nkwland, thunks, ami shall anxiously await an him, corner Main and Yarcon streets. was here Wednesday. So as to carry over nothing that will injure by age or be eaten by to reciprocate their kindness. Ho gave $1,000 for it a year ago and Mns II. T. Harris returned to her W. B. Mcltoberta. rats. We intend to rattle them out at built a stable on it. Mr. Hail takes it home In Louisville yesterday. The pipe laying reached Rowland back at $1,100. Mr. Andurspn and famMiss Mollik DAfoiictrrvwenttoSom-erfe- t Tuesday and tho 30 or 40 workmen are ily have removed to their farm near yeMrdny to viMt friends. pipe on Preachersville. Mws. Kate O'Hannon. of Pallae, Tex , now engaged in laying Thi fine?eunit JERsEY H I'LL will ierve a the cross streets from the main on Main. in the gueet of Mrs. A. D. Hoot. A fellow named Bill Pollard worked midway beIt won't bo many days now till wo have P. W. Green with a $5 check that Mr. limited nuinbtr of owi at ray pliLe, th? followiu? The hundreds of ladies and gents who have crowded our counters for tween nnd Rowland, at EiiNkST Waiirkn, one of the 1. J.'s term S2 BO th Benson half nt time of the last week and carried off those splendid bargains will tell you what stunin folders, is vlmtlngnt Alum Spring. water in abundance. Green thought was drawn by Hon. G. A. eorvico, nainnco wnon cow calvod we mean. It will beyyur own fault if you have to buy any old goods AL(. HI. t F.MAN tf Mkmhh. W. J, Hooan and L. C. Wool-folMciirtEit. Louis Krieger wont to the Lackey, but which was signed "G. B. We are determined to make prices that will from us next season. of Uarnitd, were in town yuator-day- . house of Jame4 Iohman, in Kockcastlc Laakoy." He had been working for Mr. I induce you to help us to carry this stock. Wd have yet many choice county, and cattad him out. A quarrel Lackey nnd that ia what fooled Mr. things in all departments Mr Max Mkyjm, of Louisville, has ensued and Krieger cut I.ohman'8 how-el- s Green, who has him down line nnd will Xot8 taken a Hitioii at the Louisville out, killing him in a short time. The vet make him do timo for his rascalIn the corporate limit! of RowUnd. ity. Mits. T. C. Ct'ititAN, of Kmitas City, is murderer then lied. H I. DARST. Rowland A l'RiMAiiv election hy ballot on SatMr. And Mrs. II. F. visiting her par-nl-s, In order to give tho bumml out mer- urday, Aug. 20, from 7 a. . to 7 P. M, So come and get them. Those beautiful light weight Shirt, negligee MISS LICC1E BEAZLEY, Jones, St. chants n place to operate in, Walton's wns decided on by tho full district comshirts, Pearl white shirts. The finest line of neckwear in the city. Old Mh. anii Mii. Gko. T. Faiuus and Open Hotifco was placed at their disposmittee at Danville yesterday, wo learn time British half hose at old time prices. Ladies do not forget our family, of London, moved to Iiucaster, al, ami tnkiiu by Mack Hiiirman, who Corner Mam and Depot Strtwtt, from Mr. J. B. Pnxton, the committeebeautiful India Organdies, Cheverons, Ginghams, White Goods, Ham-burgWwlnesnlay. will occupy it with his furniture and Stanford, Kentucky. man from this county. All known demLaces, Gloves, HandKerchiefs, Parasols and ladies' vests that T. W. llioui.se, of Lottigtille.cnme undertaking goods till Mil the theatrical sea- ocrats and minors who will reach their Hat jutt rccehpl a handsome line of Spring and must go. In the two latter we can suit any one. up vestiinlhv to spend a few days with son opens. Millinery majority before the November election maimergenerally to and mwtei her Irnn U nnd the Old friend. In and 4et first choice. lm'ilic cll I'NiiERtbo new election law, which nnd will pledge themselves to support HiURtiJ Hounet trimmed lu the U.cit tle t.y Mms. j?. W. Gitens, her children and mutt artittlc hamU MiftfLinti lackey hnye joinwl the colo- requires that uo precinct shall have the nominees will be entitled to vote for more thnn 350, or as near 800 a possible, candidates for circuit judge and Com- HOUSE AND LOT FOR RENT. ny at Hula's Well. I offer Irr tent the rioute and Lot belonirs to Mifs Maiitiia Hoct went to Danville Lincoln will have about 11, two more monwealth attorney. the etutc of Capt. Oalncii Craig, and acjoiuiri; yesterday to we her eiMer, MUs Sue, and than now. Tho number of votors to n I. Mack Bruce got the total of his in- Dr. J H Owtlc,on HuitonvilU-ttreet- , precinct is reduced because it takes Ky It hu tcKimi, good well and necessary t attHiul the fair. surance in cash, $1,000 in the Hnrtford outhoutc. Mus. Juxie W. E. Vaiinon ami MImi longer to vot by the secret ballot and P M. McROBERTS. Aaeut, and $750 in the Queen. Stanford, K il.it Rhodti Lunsfonl are pputiding a week because tho polls will hereafter closo at Tho Springfield has settled with W. B. I i. M. Crnb Orchard. at Mcltoberts in full. He only hnd $500 in AND SALOON J. It. Farris, of Lexington, Is visiting The ultra fashionable dudes now af that. The Ltna has not settled its friends here and is attending the Dan- fect trouuers with the lett leg, six inches $2,500 yet, but there ought to bo no AT ROWLAND ville fair each day. right. The surnluHng longer than tlio trouble about it. S-AIB"1 I-- j IE2. Has a Complete Stock of- Mr. John T. Marshall and wife, of Is not to bo turned up, but carefully held Mcltoberta i: Higgins figured their Indianapolis are visiting hit. I otTcr for ale privately my frame Hotel and up after the way lalies do their skirts. loss in removal of goods at $75.23 and J. Saloon at Rowland, which are now renting at So; Mr. Reuben Williams. The first Stanford dudothat attempts it 11. Baughman's two companies, the per month. It is centrally located and a tine point : being Mr. anii Mrs. J. & AitM.STno.vu and will be shot on the spot, so Messrs. Trib-ble- Hartford and the Insurance of North tor businrts, & N at a terminal point ou a divisIt has good well, stable coal ion of the I,. Mrs. Alice Young left Wednesday for Wells nnd Baughman had better America, and Georgo L. Penny's compa house and other necessary outhuUdingi. Address a MK .MAKY t. rtKKll-L,- , SlJWora. West Haden Spring's, Ind. WALL look out. ny, tho Queen, promptly paid it. Mil Lrslie Lytlk Anderson, of HarThere is somo little difference between Notice to the Traveling Public. MMutm Fire was started in the engine of tho per, Kansas is on a visit to his uncle, it. ice plant WediiefdrtV and tho expert in Mrs. II. S. Withers and tho Ins. Co. of have had S. Lvtle and other friends. charge, Mr. J. P. Creighton, tells us that North America, hit its agent, Mr. J. II. SIIEL.TOX HOUSE MlSSH'E AND Mil. WOOIH OfaLEftHY, ho will have ico by Sunday. Tlio water Baughman, says it is practically settled. C. Ilnyn, furnished who have lwen visiting Mrs. J. At works engine arrived yesterday morning It is hard to see what tho trouble is hae Rowland repainted and nicely of the bestand saith Hotel one in connection have returned to Columbia, Tenn. loons in the State, open day and night; a niht ami will be put in place at once. It is a when tho loss is so absolute as hers. (Late Alexander's Hotel.) In connection with Hou'e man all trains of Jessiimine, mammoth pleceof machinery nnd weighs Mil. Hannah Mr. W. B. Mcltoberis dug dut his Hnll hae mettsone of the best Mineral wells tn the Mate also nnd Mrs. Lizzie Maeou, of Ijincniter, 10,000 lbs. It looks now like we will have safe and opened it Wednesday. All his and for reference to water, call on Mr and Mrs G W. Patrick, Louisville, Mr aud Mrs. Floyd Rates $2.50 Per Day. ara on a visit to Mr. Martha Paxton. Erin, Tenn , A A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. books except the backs wero in a fair water, ico and electricity next week. D E 1'roctor.C II. Hraum.Mr and Mrs T. W Mrs. W. P. Giyenb took tho piemium Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-Housof preservation and tho money, Hamilton. Rowland. Mr. and Mrs K state Johnson. .. . .. Jim Middleton and Green Morris, Kates J per at the Danville Fair on Unman embroidNew llm Cox, ureensourir $70, was in good enough shape to pass. day Haven, I'etrey, tier. Ky. G e me a call J. both colored, fell out over a game of Everything has a yellow, burned look, yiuiy M. ery and Mrs. M. G. Thomson on an J W CARRIER, Prop. : W. R. LOGAN, A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, craps at the water works and Morris however. Manager. J. J. Marshall, clerks. peeled Middlelon's head with a rock, Mu. It. C. Bradley, the hustling CHURCH AFFAIRS. cutting a big hole in it. Middleton wont contractor, was up Tuesday figuring on bids for the buildings in the to John Newland to have his assailant Rev. Preston Blako held n meeting DeaJer in General Merchandise, a. c. SINE J. N.MENEFKX arrested, hut when ho found out that ho at Mt. Olive, Clark county, which re- Lumber and Shingles. ' burnt district. Goods sold for cash only, it jives me pleasure ' Messrs W. C. Grrbnino ami Frank would bo implicated in the crap game, suited in 10 additions. to state to the public in general that I au dome Green, of Hcstonville, wero heru We.l- - lie discarded the idea ami decided he was R. Lancaster and M. S. Clark nicely under the Cash Syston and that the people Revs. are rapidly catching en to the fact that it is the nesday and did tills olllco a favor which not so badly hurt. have just closed a meeting at Benson's better system, both lor the buverand seller. They also know that Sell aoods for about a third less county, with It appreciates. He competitors ho do credit Thank i Nd my friends nnd patrons for Chapel, Harrison Southern Methodi3t than my that ieep constantly on business. splena, hand a member Mus. JuiiN Fis.NKLi. and children, past favors und tniHting I phnll toon bo 'additions to the did assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries, Cloth-inMary Bruce and Sherley , of Howling Call in and Hoots, bhi4. Hats and the like able to again solicit their trade, I ear- Church. replenished almost daily. Green, imvo returned, after a visit to hir nestly beg all those indebted to me on Elder .Martin, who is creatingsuch see my stock, which isHILTON, Rowland, Ky. $7.tyr J. H. at Paris, tells the mother, Mis. N. A. Tyree. account nnd by not to t.y at once, as n religious sensation T barm of 140 in four years of evan- n-Miss Ma hie White, of Middlewny, W. I TiTlATm Desirable Crab Orchard have sustained n heavy loss aud am Kentuckian that I1 1. Acres on Va., one of tlio sweet girl graduates at compelled to collect nil to meet my obli- gelistic work ho has Received into the ike, 4 mile from Stanford. W.H.Miller 70j the College, hero n few years ago, is the gations. For tho present I will be found Chrihtiau Church 7,000 persons. A report is in circulation that tho guest of MisM Mary Alcorn. . In rear of P. O. room with my books nnd Roy. George Jacob Schweinfurth thinks 1 nrrSWiQL Edmiston nnd wife, Mr. John Shaw W. B. McRoberts. " stroncly of moving his "Heaven" to Texromnnnt of stock. 1 that he'll find who are visiting his parents at Ciab Oras. If he does it's 10 to '. chard, went down yesterday. They wero Tiik committee appointed to divide it hell beforo he's been there many s s months. Accompanied by Miss Lida Edmiston, 'a 5 tho county into magisterial districts . 'VJ Mason, Lightning and Wire Top t , A t ' An immense crowd was present at Mr. John L. Waters, who has been Jlngsrs. John Bright, V. O. Hansford ;i 1 camp meeting Sunday. Rev, very ill of congestion of tho brajn, seems and J. M. Carter did their work quick High Bridgewas tho special attraction. Sam Jones to be out of danger, enabling his broth-- . ly and well. The majority report makes Outside the grounds tho conduct of tho er, Mr. Joe F. Waters, our foreman, to four districts. No 1 i composed of tho crowd was disgraceful, fighting, drinkreturn to his duties, after a week at his district now including Stanford and Hub ing and gambling being indulged in. nrrested for shooting Porcelain and brass Preserving Kettles; Refrigerators, Water Coolers, bedside. ble, with tho addition of that portion Fivo men were sctnpes. Mr. John S. HroitKs has gone to of Walnut Flat running in n straight White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers, Fly Paper and Fly Traps. Bock Cnstl'e Springs for a few days. By lino from Silas Anderson's, on Stingy FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. and Corner Irons, Grind Stones, Scythe Wire Cloth Spring-Hinge- s the way, a conespondent of the Louis- croek, to tho top of Hall's Gap, includHaving removed Nunnelley bought in Rockcas- mercial Hotel, I am my liarber Snop to the Com A. T. k Stones, Grass and Weed Hooks, lades and naths. ville Truth buys Mr. F. J. Campbell will ing 11. Baughman, J. G. Lynn, D. nnd the old Jell' Iliatt place; pop- tle 83 ewes at $4. leave the springs after this reason, to Full line of cakes, Candies and Fruits. Prices to suit the times. Dave Kirkpatrick sold to Win. Cash Prepared to Accommodate Ladies the deep regret of its many patrons. ulation 4, 100. No. 2 embraces Hustou-villas well as Gentlemen, a pair of mules for $230. ami Turnersvillo districts as now CITY AND VICINITY. Dr. Clifton Fowler bought 50 ewes of In anything they raay wish in my line. Chil- composed; population U,o00. No. 3 inelso ualtedon. Callnauie. $3.50. cludes tho piesent boundary of Waynes-bui- G. B. Woodcock at Thy OnosTU.NDKii. THOMPSON, Axtell in three years hns earned aud Highland districts; population GO TO- .Iaus ami Jelly (jlussua nt A. A, 2,000. No. 4 embraces tho Crab Orchard over $105,000, his purchase prico. Fni'iT In Commercial Hotel. Warrt-n'H- . Fon Sale. Five thoroughbred Southdistrict nnd that portion of Walnut Flat down bucks. G. A. Benedict, Stanford. Thhkk Htovus left that must go quick. not cut oil' to tho Stanford district, 2,700. S. W. Givens delivered to tho New Wo believe that tho arrangement will give J. B. FosU-r- . his crop of wheat general satisfaction as wo do not think Roller Mills this week ' Youii necouut in duo nnd wo ueod tho tlio committee could huve done better. short-horbull & A good 2 year-olnionpy. Cnll ami settle. Severance There will be only four magistrates now and S fine Southdown bucks for eale. S. Son. in placo of 10, n saviug of $24 to tho M. Owens, Stanford. FORE. Woodall lias lieen appointed post- county every timo they meet iu county A. K. Denny sold to George D. IContuclcy. master at Altamont, vice F. E. Simpson court. Tho number had gotten too un- Wearen 150 barrels of old corn at $2.50 Richrnontl, THRI'U COM.HGKS CLASSICAL. BOIEN. resigned. wieldy nnd cumbersome in this county delivered nt Shelby City. riFlO and COMMERCIAL COURSE. Fourteen or study, ueauny threshers will do well to Owners Judge Mmmiow eeeins to have confi- nnd tho reduction! is one thiug in favor cnll on A. M.ofFeland, who has n largo the heart of the Blue Gross Region. locauon in Moderate Attcndaucc last Mr. J. M. Car5IOO Mtietiie. dence In the credit of Whitley county. of the now constitution. and wants it threshed.- t States Next of wheat filed n report;foreven districts, but crop li. esion For Sale. 300 ewes nnd 14 thor- - Informat)opens September apply1W. Kor full The Time says ho paid 110.50 premi- ter to jti and catalogue la likely to bo seriously consider niililir.il southdown yearling bucks. um on 11 bridge bonds of tho county of it not L H. BLANT0N, D.D., Chancellor. 6t & Carter, McKinney, Ky, ed. Givens $100 each. Interior Journal! One Dicks' toed cutter nt bster. ft bargain. J. If you SAVED FROM HE RE ' m m m FOR MM REGARDLESS 0? GOST -- half-mi- le ft J". nine-poun- d B. FOSTER 1 Dan-villoFn- r-- THE GREAT FIRE ! , buE-ineF- ,..i A Or-chir- d. Corner on argams, r four-inc- h PRINCE IJAI!tXA. YOUR OWN PRICE. k, For Sals Twenty Building . THAT MUST GO o J. S. HUGHES. Milliner anil Dress Maker ----- s, W.B.fJcRQBERTS, m -- HOTEL Druggist and. Jeweler, O IR grand-fath-e- s, DRUGS, BOOKS, PAINTS, PAPER, 1 THE THE WILLARD. SmMUQSM e, ;- ... 11 Af-yhu- Louisville, liar-rolabnr- g J. S. KXLTOIT, n 00-od- d 1 & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of The Oflicciaud Ynrd Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. K'-l- 1 ;, STANFORD LUMBER YARD, Ult lijl I I I 'ViWi'VTTO Wo,:. M SI !) Now Is the Time to Buy Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, Tin Cans, Sealing Wax .1: Kirk-patric- o i&oTsnsnsrErz' beos. g JESSE -- A A. Warren's -- d n yRiSW&LWa lis "Model Grocery" it 1 lep.t-trr.en- ts , twelity-elch- FRUIT JARS, JELLY GLASSES, TOPS AND GUMS, SEALING WAX, &C i- V n .f (L ft" I L X Semi-Weekly Interior Journal AT WHATEVER IS, IS BEST. Rofroahlntr Retroats. rs Published Every Tuesday and Friday SQ PJSK YJ2-A.l- t I2T uX will be not io paid S2.60 chargcd.Sn K. G. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning m. at L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. "j:p. swpni South. The latter train! also carry passengers . The above it calculated on standard time. Solar time is about 10 minutes faster. QUEEN & CRESCENT Souta-bound-Q Mill train going North South " Eipress train" South North Local Freight North .. .. - -- ..." 9 Pn tiopm SS S Pa -- 6 59 " Summer daysaro fast Approaching and now it and Pub- - the time that excursionists, pleasure-seekeand From Dear Kate's Scran-BooFIRE AND STORM sportsmen should figure out a route for their sum llshed In AfTectlonate Rememmcr vacation. In ilalng so, the dellghfully cool summer and fishing located along the Wisbrance of Her. consin Central Llnescome vlvidlr to view, amonir I know as my Hfgrows older, which are Fox Lake, III , Lake Villa, III., Representing Waukesha, Cedar Lake, Neman, WaupaAnd mine eyes hare clearer sight, ca. Fltield, Iletternut and Ashland. Wis. Wlscon That uuder each rank wronjr somewhere, Conn., of siu has within the lat five years become the center There lies the root ol right. of attraction lor more pleasure seeker- - hunters and fishermen than any other Mate In the Union and Manchester, of Manchester, Eng That racb sorrow has its purpose, eachvi.it Increiuos the dixlro to nmln uwtW Hy the sorrowing oft unguessed, charming landscapes, breathe the lulvim fragrance j America, " Hut as sure as the sun brings morning, that is a part 01 thelnvtgornttnc utmiMnhere. wan Ins. Co. of iler through the colonnades ( stately pines and Whatescrlj.Isbest. s Companies. I would noon inospecKieii pvnuue wiuin All of which are tiv For pamphlets containl!!!? valuable information. he pleased I' wait on my friends in this line. Pol. I know that each sinful action, T. S. PATTY. D. P. ,A., etc., npply to icies promptly issued. Will insure against tornaAs tureas the night brings shade, Cnattnnoiiga, Teuil. does, wind storms and lightning. Lightning clausC. POND, General Pa"uger and Ticket Is sometime, somewhere, punished, es attached without additional charge JAS. Agent, Chicago, III. Office at First National Hank, Stanford. Tho' the hour be long delayed. I know that the saul is aided, As n ceneral liniment for ssrains and hruises of for rheumatism, lame back, deep seated or muscuSometimes by the heart's unrest, CJJ.A-S-E- 3lar paines, Chamberlain's Pain llalm It unrUaled. And to grow neons often to suffer; Per sale by Dr. M. L. tlourne. Druggist nnd Opbest. Hut whatever is, is tician, Stanford, Kv re-o- J. II. B AUG miAX, MONUMENTS Made and sot up in ah tho Country. No Agents employed. ; I ui,au Kinas, ' INSURANCE AGENT Hartford, farts of Ky. Candidate fer Circuit Judge In the 13th DI f,c, tuytcl ,0 ,h(J actK)n of the democratic party s- m.t.noei. Muck-wau.ig- M. C. SAUFJLEY, Of Lincoln. Is n Candldato for Circuit lnH u this Judicial district, subject to the action of the Hartford, 2 W. ADAMS & I No.si llroadway, SON, riirgien, Democracy Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, North first-clas- THE F. RILEY U. HOUSES J. Ii a S. OWSLEY, JK., naiid-iiiad- London, 77 RILEY, Proprlotor. - - - Kentucky. andidate for Commonwealth's Attorney, sub Jecttothe action of the Democratic party, In any Jxdicial District to which Lincoln county may be assigned. I I hive moved to my new Hotel and am better prepared than ever to accommodate the nubile Good Livery attached and every convenience desired. Give me a call. To Fcirmers. I FRANK RILEY. am Agent for the Celebrated : Dooring Harvesting : ROUTE. Trains pis Junction City as follows: m J Fast & C Special taiso a Mall 12:5; p m . .New Orleans Limited 3 17 p. m.; Special 8:40 p. m , nln. & C. Special 3 o a. Grass Special 600 a. m. ; Cincinnati Limited 1.48 p. m.; Fast Mail a.iS p. m. Ulue-Grass North-bounJ-- know there are ny errors In the groat eternal plan, ( And all things work together For the final good ol man. And I know when my soul speeds onward In the grand, eternal quest, I shall say a I look earthward, Whatever Is, is best. 1 f DR. W. B.PENNY, Asbury Park, N. J. (To the Editor Interior Journal.) Dentist. Office South side Main street, in office t acated by Dr. L. F Huffman, Sunford, Ky. It will be no doubt ofinterest of the I. tonic and Electric Hitters you will find tho best remedy for restoring1 your nerous system to its normal, healthy condition. Surprising reults lollow the use or this Nere Tonn. and Alterative. Your appetite returns, good digestion Is restored, and the lier aud ktdnejs resume healthv action. Try a bottle. Price 50 cents at A. R. 'Penny's drug store. Perhaps yo are run down, can't eat, can't sleep, can't think can't do anthlm to jour ai isfact,ionand you wonder wh.it ails you. You shotllU heed the warning, you are taking the first step into nervous prostration. You need a nerve The First Sup. Highest cash market price paid for .NOTICE TO THK. TRAVELING PUBLIC. Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, &c, at M. F. S nd offer their Machines to the people of Lincoln couity. Their Hinders are unexcelled and their Keapers and Mowers stand the highest of any In the market Also keep all kinds of fistureson hand. See rue efore purchasing f Mice nt Kirst National Dank J. H UALGHMAN, ll im Stanford. Ky. Company, I have opened in connection with ray Hotel, the ELKltf & CO., A MYERS HOUSE, A Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co. Miners ami shippers of the GENUINE ff A. S. PRICE, UJIIJJ- Office fently with Dr. Simpson's work to hear from 9 this convention. It h the first ever held SURGEON DENTIST. over Severance & Son's Store, Main street, Stanferd. R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. DENTIST. Is moving to th Higgins office, Lancaster street. extracting. Nitrous Oxide Gas given for STANFORD, KENTUCKY. P'l?" DR. JOHN STANFORD, M. - CRAIG, KENTUCKY 8 Homeopathic Physloian, . - l the North is Long Branch, also connectSalvo. ed with Asbury Park by an electric car The best Bucklln'aArnlcjv tor cuts, bruises salve in the world line, running from town to town, in say sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sotcs, tetter, chapped chilblains, earns all skin crtip Electric Light Rates. Office opposite Coffey House, 15 minutes. One just here for the first tionshands,positively cures piles,and no pay requiror and I'or ewninsercial uie: ed. It it guaranteed to uivv perfect aatitiactior, time can have very indefinite if not very - One are n4 three i e. p. tncsitMteMent Unp Price 15 cents per bo, or money refunded. 'X incorrect ideas of the town, save their For sale by A. R. Penny, Staniord, Ky. ... . 170 00 i'" p each .... . 19.6m HKanWscem light, per rae. o rin. physical aspects; and even of these I a have had uo time to see at all, save A. . DR. 3 J r ! &. Cn kPIBH P., for our services extend from G:30 a. Per Keirdeneo Lie: SHELTON HOUSE, iHSh i m. to 10 p. si., with only three or four in 1' c Whoo Baby was sick, we gave her Castorla. ismsmltt Up per .. . 41 . , , Rowland, : : Kentucky. termissions of one to two hours. Yet When tho was a Child, she cried for Outorla. X H M to 9 p. ra. Miss, sho clung to Castorla. from what I hear, it is a moral gradatYlieu the became Office hours 7 to 9 a. m and 5 h alditiOBai ' l'f'4 .iiii.r lafurwutKii a; lv t 1 ri When she had Children, she cave them Castorla, tion from Ocean Grove, where not even II J U HAMiIN.Sj, f K acig.rcan bo bought, to this town, where no liquor can be bought, and to -I ammgeat for The Central Kentucky Hedgt Long Branch where well, I don't know offer the services ol Fence Co.. 5t Lancaster, and Mr. John Carpenter, f Goodland, Ind. says both myself and the Company to .the citizens of auy better than you what can't be had 1 tried Chamberlalu's Colic, Chitlera anl Diar- 01 Lincoln county. I am very thankful for the liber- there. So I gather from others, subject rucca Remedr. for iliarrhtca and severe cramps al patronage received and hope by fair dealing to and pains in the stomach and bowels with the i'est Farmers in need of a jrood to correction upon observation. merit a continuance. results. In the worst cases I never had l give fence will find me at the Myers House in Staniord Our business as a convention is to meet more than three doses to tffect a cure. In moit cason each County Court day. es one Jose will do. Resides its other good qualM. w. m.,..,nv 97.6m with God in personal communion for ities it is pleasant to take,' at and so cent buttles for sale by Dr M L. Uourne, Druggist and mutual "increase in the knowledge of Optician, Stanford, Ky. J l NCTION CITY, KY Go God" and to do good to the vast con3 Have Just eiec trl a new Mar' le and (granite '! ' pirparevl t Dealer In Hrue course gathered hore for summer vaca taken, He keep up kind otand am fully Granilt workrill orders fr my Mm hi an.l have la Ear, To have )our photozrapbs the with all (tvm the Eat. My freUhl and Domestic Fruits, tion. Members of tho convention on The most Celebrated Eye, DisForeign employ skilled workmen Xo?e, Throat and Chronic fsnlliie can n 4 be excited and I w ill not be un the ground at one time are probably Confectioneries, &e. 31 J'lE S. WRIGHT. dcrl.l ease Specialist in the State. loOtoL'00. Of these three from Virginia, you him a first class baker aud can urnihs d satisfaction. Has with And will give two from Kentucky, one from 'Texas 67 LOCUST GROVE" read, Cakes and the like on short notice. A J KARP.MMtVird. H.YEAGER and one from Missouri, fcc , are samples J. I.JM. BRUCE. of whence they come. My impression i' MtfWi'"rV i atfiW.'f YEAGER, BRUCE is that of the Texas brother who dropFOR SALE OF STANFORD. KY., ped in. Said he, "I am a member of the The flaett Farm aadri'.hcst soil In Lincoln Co., sals rs Lj)4, sltssa- church, as our members usually are, but Is new fully argaaucd and ready far busiaess with eomprltlnc sjo acres of ted within two miles ot Suu,od. the covsity sent you, brethren, have a something hero of Unealn. Fronted by the Shclbr City ttsrvsrlke - $200,000. and acceasible I the Stanford and Dasssslle STANFORD, KY. Paid up Capital of tsstn. that we have not, and I want it." Ah, FatsM t. on 19,000. pike. This racism of the besta Stock state ef in ta Surplus, The above firm went into effect July 1st and re- 'tis so. Religion among these is differand is ia high essttl spectfully asks a share of the patronage or the vstien. Abundance of water lor all pnrfHSot lvVHJRB1 ent from "our average Christian." You public. SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL Soil is frrsile and Is suitable fur taw growing f ' DANK OK STANFORD, hemp tobacco, cor and wheat. The kind is so will say, "IIow?" I reply: It bubbles Now closing up) with the sane assets aud under located so that it can be dituUd and two NEW RIGS AND HORSES The imnrovoments are n Wig. ami Farms made over in joy "all the time. Eleven young the same management, n fly provisions of its chatter, depositors are as commotio, dwelling, a cftnvcnieat stock barn, Have been purchased and nothing but MOKELANI), mon and women left us Tuesday for In- -, taw best cf fnsU af all kinds, etc Fer Infor fully protected as ate depositors in National turnouts will leave the stable. K II. JONES, Staniord 'ei.cr tti the v.c Banks, its shareholders being held irvdividusllv mation, apply to dia. The brightest, happiest young peoJ. D JONES, liable to the extent of the amount of their stock Orders for Oattle, Shcop and Hogs U V K1LEY, Pinnville. Give e ple you ever saw. Every time they were therein at the par value thereof, in addition te the Solicited I..III- - jr shares. It may act as 37 amount inestd in such SSetp a j;., together they were singing and praising executor, administrator,. trustee, A'C, ss fully as Pmh orhaving ., of t: .'.rvc 'esitViel u;tr si ell for sale an individual wisMutt, ,.r, hst sm.e, nll well God with hallalujahs. 11. on .r To those who entrusted their ItuUmess to us tiell in this a l.lrss n. ' An nespericn. e .4" fifteen ysmrs The prayer meetings are free. No ouo ' while mnagtng the Lincoln National Hank of umo. has uf rofit tu me and We will pay the aNave reward for any case of r prints .le both to t irnn Stanford, we c here tender our nsanv thanks and REAL Liver Conmlaint. Dvsperia, Sick Headache, In- - needs to be asked to nrav, though thev AGENT and seller canmaeen.l.res Stsnfofd, Kv. the uyer l O trust they will continue to transact their basinest o digestion, Constipation or Coitiveness we can not timer at the Mrers House oith us. orterlnr as a ruarnntee fer prompt atten cure with West's Vegetable Lier Pills, when the may be, for everybody leads in prayer tion to same, our twenty years' experience ic strictly compiled with. They are directions are Ky. as they have opportunity and "tho spirbanking and as liberal accommodations as arc conpurely vegetable and never fail to give satisfacsistent with sound banking. tion. Sugar coated. Large boxes, containing 30 its of the prophets are subject unto tho I have 4uit a number of 1 ARMS for le ol the pit's, 13c. Beware of counterfeits and imitations. APPLEftiAN M. D., J. DtHxeroy: very bnai H Lands in l.lncn unty. I he genuine manufacture' only by The John C. prophets" else many would pray at tho all well improved and good These Farms are . Williams, Mt. Version Vnt Co., Chicago, III r or safe by A K. Pen- same time, so freely do THE CFLELRATUi pravers rise. rich land, running in sue from jr. u, 500 Aires ny j. M. Hall, Staniord; Considering thcis locality, their richats and Schedule .luly 17, ita And such prayers simple, trusting, tri J. S. Owsley, stanferd; of soil, the euuvniiice of turnpikes and !; tfAPANEsaiJrS markets right to our door, ihey that bnnst umphant. S,J. Eabry, Sutiferd ; 1.KWK NOR I ON DAILY It is no wonder "Pasto IS3 am cheaper than the I.and of other ouniy m J. E. Lynn, StaHferd; Simpson," as his ilock call him, has powjA Form-rlthe Mate There is srarcely a Farm in the coun. or p m f rt.raham. Hluefteld. Pocahontas and Prcfeor of Pra lice t Medicine, A. W. Carpenter. MiUedgevsUe; ty oer 5 miles from a desert. staiHins. er to du eo much for God. For all love The county is checked with turnpikes running J. F. Cash, Staniord; 10 oamlor HiueMd, Radford. Koeooke, lYIodical College,; inevery direction These is nut a public road en I.yiKhburc, Richmond aud Norlcjk. Als.. and him for his work's sake, for all believe Ky. William Gooch, Staalord, na taring the county seat that i. w.t Macadamized Roanoke) for Washington, HswerHewn, Harris-burTORONTO, CANADA, K. Shanks, President. A new and Complete treatment, consisting of every Christian should be as holy as the We have the KnaxviiM H ranch of the L .V W II Philadelphia aud New York box suppositories, Ointment in Capsules, also in R. dividing the county from Knst to h'ki and the J H. Owsley, Cashier. Pullman Sleeping Cars from LouLvilI,. to Now Examining Phjsician of the and JHlis; a positive cure for External Internal, ptstor. And no voice of criticism is C. S. R R from North to the K ('. K R folk via Norton ami Radfursl; also RadlurdNorM. HiUht, Teller to Ullnd or Weeding, Itching, Chio k. Recent or heard, but many prayers rise to God for Irum this place to Cincinnati, croaiitc the C IO New York, sia Shenandoah Junction, also Hereditary Piles. Tins remedy has never been Southern Medical Institute, at Winchester, giving full accent to the markets ol to Washington; also from Lynchburg to ' fail $1 per box, 6 for $5; sent by mail power and grace, both in public and known to whale world. Pcsrdes, w have three large Why suffer from this terrible disease when a writ- in private. Flour Mills lit, that give us LOLISYILLU, KY. NATIONAL BANK the all our grain the county home; and tnc a market will Trains for Pocahontas, Powhatan and GoodHow different our pastors ten guarantee Is positively given with 6 boxes, to for right at devvlop lease ltlueneld daily at a oj a m, 1 it n ui and Send stamp for would be if upheld daily as refund the money if not cured incnl of the mountain regions of Kastern snd ;5pm ho is by Will be at Myer3 House, Stanford tree sample Guarantee issued by A R. Penny, South-fa- . OK STANFORD, KV tern Kentucky bv lulroad and the out- trains arrive at Norton rein the East daily at . Druggist and sale agent, Stanford, Ky, Call for such a loving, praying people. let Sonth by railroads has cteated suah a demand I jo p m and 645pm Tuesday, Aug-- 10. samples. for all kinds of cereals and provender that wecan Washington and Chattanooga Limited, a tram The sLging beats a camp meeting for Capital Stock scarcely retain enough tor homecunsumption. of Pullman Coaches and sleeping cars runs daily From 9 a. m. to 6 p. m., one day only, returning I heneoi.le are prosperous, generous and kind. heartiness. Kverbody seems able to eery four weeks during the year. only . BRAIN , 13, GOO believingneighborhood in and education. Tl.r. via Shenandoah Valley route, stopping Radfordat in Christianity Surplus..-Shenandoah, Uaslc, Runnoke and HWtftil 3 XV Dr. Appleman is a graduate ef Bellevue Hospitsing and everybody, WHnts to sing. Songs the county but has a is not a North itiund Lunite.1 lves Itadfonl 11 v u m al Medical College, New York City, and the ElecFor further informatiuti as to schedule, have ringing choruses, and no "miuor" trical Medical College, Toronto, Canada. He has Attention of the public is invited to the fac gcod church and c. apply to agents of Norfolk .V Western rates. county seat pros Stanford, Stanford Hank is Rail, the only the diseases he key has been heard in the convention. made a special study ot Charity Hospital treated In that this is provisions National National in Hank Act perous little the of about a,of Lincoln,talits a and IS road or to W II. IIEV1LL, too tnhab city of the Under the tor sev the great Ilellevue and Ge" I'ss.enger Agt . Roani.kf Vs. no superior in diagnosing ' depositors arc secured not only by the capita) the great doorway from the North and North-- 1 recognise) l)r. E. C. West's Nerve and Drain Treatment, a It is love, joy, victory all the time. Any erul years and liability lor an east boil ill and from the Northwr't Io Njutheait, He devotes all stock, but bv the stockholders treating Chronic Diseases a specific for Hysteria, Dizziness, Fits Neuralgia, one starts a song or leads in a prayer as and time to the treatment of chronic and nervous amount equal to the stock, so that depositors of and standiag as it does gating right Into the bos- TAKE TIIE his Headache, Nervous Prostration caused by alcohol mountains of by a fund of the spirit moves at all, save our regular diseases of both sexes and his skill as an expert in this institution are secured condition of the bank om of the undeveloped by the wholeboutheastern Kentucky backed up or tobacco, Wakelulness, Mental Depression, SoftFive sworn statements of the this class of cases is well established. Treats ening ot Drain, causing insanity, misery, decay, services. ire made each year to the United States govern- region of the State with railroads running through and death. Premature Old Age, Ilarrenness. Loss of ment and its assets are examined at stated tunes it to all points of the compass, makes it naturally Power in either sex, Impotency Lucorrhrea and one of trie best located towns In the South for1 T.iis week was divided between Christ by government agents, thus securing addititona Pormanontly Cures Sperenterprises of all Female Weaknesses, involuntary depositors. our Redeemer, our Sanctifler, our Healer Acute and Chronic Catarrh, Ringing in Ears, and perfect safety tooni;inslly established as th mannfacturesand other being asitated magnitude. and right Water Works are now brain. Self matorrhea caused by This institution, vn iczzzzxFij'i'xa:-tit1A month's treatment and our Lord, i. e., ef a H.lle Abuse, aboue the town about of Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat, Denoiit Hank of Stanford in i8s8. then Dealness, Diseases Salvation, Holiness, Lungs, Kidney. Urinary and llladdcr troubles. $1, six lor $ by mail We guarantee six loxes to (i,?tejgvatt NcwXtEsyra Chicaco RiTfo red as the National Hank ol Stanford in 165 and there could be erected Water Works with very Hank of IH tie coet that would supply a city of 130,000 in- cure Each order for six boxes with S3 will send Healings and Foreigu Missions were the as the First National ", w Hnght's Disease, Dubetes, D) ipepsla, Coniti- - again vnttcn guarantee to refund it not cured Paralysis, Epilepsy or Stanford in iMa, has had practically an uninter- habitants with lit purest and best water in the fatiun, Rheumatism aud Is better supplied world Uur littlcity hss been newly rebuilt in only by A R I'auny, Druggist and themes occupying the eight daily servirupted existence of si years cured. the last few years and its business housos aril ressole agent, Stanford, Ky now with facilities for transacting business prompt Young or middle aged tuen suffering from ces for eight daya. B. Helm. Iiupotency, Eruptions, the results of ly and liberally than ever before in its long and idences will compare with larger cities of greater 39-t- ' tojto 11 a m.; 1 to 3 p. m.; Office on Lancaster street, opposite court-housOffice Hours: to Mr and Mrs. Loren Trescottare keepers of the Gov. Lighthouse at Sand Ileach, Mich , nud are blessed with a dauehter. a rears old. Lat Ami she was taken down with measles, followed with a dreadful cough and turning into a fever. Doctors at this point. and a; Detroit her, but la tain, Asbury is n beautiful seaside city of at home worse rapidly treated she was a mere she grew until "handful of Ume," Then she trieU Dr Kings 40,000 inhabitants; but so different lrom New Discovery and nfter the use of tw o and a half business towns. Near the depot where bottles was completely cured. They ay Dr, King's New Discovery is worth its weight in gold several R. Rs. pass their trains many vet you may j;et you a trial bottle free at A R times a day to and from New York, are Penny' drug store. some elegant business houses of brick or During the epidemic of flux In this countv last summer I had hard work of red sand stone, but most of the town is Cambermln's Colic, Cholera to keep a supply and DUrrhcru Remedy on hand People often came 10 or ti miles composed of lovely frame houses, almost in the mght to have set a bottle of the remedy every ono two stories. These are on been selling patent medicines for the past to vents and find that It has given better satisfaction In lovely gravel or sand streets, kept in caves of diarrhoea and flux than any other mediI. good repair by water from artesian wells. cine I over handled- - 111 II. Henham, Drucsist. Uolcouda, Pope Co , Over 300 (utiles of this Adjoining the place on the South is remedy were sold Id that county during the epidemic was a anl Ocean Grove, separated by a long, nar. was thereferred to It that didperfectthesurces casonly remedy cure worst es Dozens of persons there will certify that It row lake, apparently an arm of tho saved their lives. In four other pidemlcs of bow. ocean, dammed 'up at tho seaside and ei complaint tns remeov nas been equally successful, as M bridged to connect the two towns. On L. lburne, and 50 centbottles for sale by Dr Ky Druggist and Optician, Stanford. 1 J.'a renders who are acquninted to many A tyr D. STANFORD. KY. Castteman G Lanharo Llttlo Olrl'a Exporlonco In a Light Uoueo. John ROYAL insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEK&OASTLEMAN MANAGERS. it. We are the sole agents for Stanford and Kowlaud Otlice corner ol Depot street and railroad crossing. Ami offer the services of It to the public, flrtnd HIGGINS .V WATTS new vehicles and fresh bloedtd horses maks my stable compare with Firsl-Clas- s Livery Stable, call. GUEEN, Proprietor. Original Jellico Coal. Try THK Tho Bost in metho Country. a Give AL UUIIKS, Managrr. P STANFORD: Watertight and Ice tJ Co. ITMOFFEY Commerce Building-Agents throughout , Louisville South. t.e W. A. TRIBBLE, Local Ajoat, STANFORD. KY. DB. J. A. AMOIT, 00 Has contracted with responsihle firms lor Its plants alio will hate the Ice and Ulvctric Plants comple. tit about slstydavsi the Water Plant loon a f-ler In order to place indlvitlual tonlracit in for Water and Electric Light, theCompsuy ers the following Necessary water pil" will be laid, connected to STANIORD, K V., mains at actual cost tor pipe and rk. Electric wires put in and necessary natures furnished free ol charge Tube of beet quality and gnsratilred to give satisfaction The schedule of IThii Hotel, renovated and refurnished, is now per cent, lower thanadopted rates Is irmli U is usually In my charge and I lutetad to conduct it m as to not only maintain us high reputation, but ts add Schedule of Yoarly to Its long list ol friends. Special accommodations fer commercial traveler and fine roems fer the dlsptoy of samples. Dwelling of ) rtxHM, one faucet J S 00 Hach additional rwn Each addillostal faucet FIrst-ClasslSaloA 00 Stors, lUnks ami Private 1 lancet j 00 And MILLIARD and POOLROOMS attacked. lUths, prime, sue laiK-e- t JOO Hse allarhtnent for sprinkler f JOSEPH COKKKY 5 Stables, private, one animal a 11 Each additional aairoal HOUSE .c JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. gii Water Rates. 1 on l(ri. jT-t- Stanford. Kcntudcy. in ?- -' -- E. PROCTOR, U l-- 1 r iJWMjMfJ Li i- 3c-a- m 'w' 9 ml MJHli - k 1 1 TO THE FARMERS. 3d IMMffil 1 to Earp's Art Gallery Junction City Marble&GraniteWorks 1 Latest Improvements, K'-iy & FarfflersBank&TrustCo. s t o cb: mil m m t a. e, m mm, mgs , " jHv" ..... !llue-G- I , lNue-Gr- as first-cla- A-- WllAAXl I tli in a Call. , $500 REWARD. t. isrsii, Sk i ESTATE Stanford, 1 1 S. 1 ' IWHorfolkiWeslemBi 1 c r 2v? I LKJ 3CURB English Specialist, Electrical rail-ron- a.-i- - inlcr-nediat- , g, . ' Rad-lor- d Rich-mnn- sl FIRST i I ...3200,000 - Lu-a- school-hous- e. , Illue-Oras- s j ; Los-e- s, over-exerti- on 1 three-fourt- hs . w , Outr-uM- es d 1 1 I090I0I00 O BUOYANCY o'-t- vr Aclsdunut act as nature. tVeboultl. Iustead, tlioro can never be realized rrhen tho borr Intends they sat, la headach- -, wolirht la tho stouiuch after eating, V fccf dlty ntl k spirits, loss belching up of Mind, low A of energy, unsociability' wad foreboding of cv.11. An unhappy cottaltioa, dux OF BODY Tiny Liver Pills hspptaes. They aro worth I TUTT'S o amltQ Tub Queen ami Crescent Route will place excursion tickets on sale to Texas and Arkansas, also Indian Territory, at greatly reduced rates, ou August 30th, September 27th and October 2oth, good for return 20 days from" date of sale. For rates, maps and further information call on agents of tiie Q. & 0. .Route, or agent at your station, or address D. G. Edwards, G. P. A., Oineinnati, O. S1.CO0 errors or excestes, should call before It is too late Ve gurnntee a cure if case has not gone too far Superfluous h.ur and all eruptions of the face permanently removed. honorable career Accounts of corporations, ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully fidu- solic-te- d. The Directory of this Hank is composed 01 Blood and Skin Diseases. Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, "tc, cured by never failing remedies. Diseases of women, such as I.eucorrhea, painful Menstruation. Displacement ot Womb, bearing down puns in back, telieved in short lime. The Doctor carries all his portable Instruments and comes prepared to examine tho most obscure medical ana s jrgical cases. He undertakes no incurable diseases but cures hundreds given up to die. As T.J. Foster, of Stanford; Trill relievo It ami giro health trial. enlnrv. Walter R. PettuB, of Somerset, a clerk in the pension office, has been presented with a $200 increase in CONSULTATION FREE And Confidential. Forestus Reid, Lincoln county i J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S.H. Ilaughman, Lincoln; M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. S. Hocker. Stanford; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hlll.Stanford. W. G. Welch, Stanford; W.P.Tate, Stanford J (a t S Addrtst APPLEMAX.M D Lou mile, Ky. I. S. Hocker, OFFICERS: President; Jihn J. McRoberu, Cashier; A. A. McKmncy, Assistant Cashier. pretentions. Uur merchants and tradesmen are LINE TO We have two all prosperous and doing well banks with a capital stock ol $(00,000 that arc prosperous and in a good condition We have splendid schools. We have a Female College, a large brick building, with oer 100 pu . est. .A till nils tn attendance anil unuvr me prmcipaisnip ot Prof. J M. Hubbard, is in a nourishing condiALL tion. We alio have a Seminary that is a good POINTS school, w ith Prof 11 F. Illakcman at its head. We has e one of the best Public School buildings ic ...And.., this section of the State, with over 100 pnptls in attendance, ami with other good private schools, you see our school facilities are excellent We hase elegant church bullmngs, representing every denomination, with a full corps 01 ministers offias class talent and are doing a better business than any class of men in the city. Finest and best Vestibuled nuffet Sleeping v.arw I have tried to make this statement as facts, an.l ParlorCars on all trains. without anv exaggeration or coloring, as thost No of who know will bear n e out, and those who wish est change low cars, best accommodaticni. ouick time and e.l rates. to buy pleasant homes at fair prices and locate For Informatios address among'a good people with all the best surround-leg- s would do well to call aud see me before W. U, CRUSH, D. P, A., Louisville. elsewhere THE WORLD'S FAIR )GCIC.0AG(()9 WJIUST -- pur-basi- ng