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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892080901 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. h-- Semi-WeeklVOL. XX. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. i y Interior Journal STANFORD, KYM TUESDAY. AUGUST 9. 1892. NO. 47 mitli Rttr I'Iva t down bucks. G. A. Benedict, Stanford. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. It. O. Hill, of Beattyvihe, has a sow Col. John Dishmun, of Knox coun- - 17 yenrfi old that has produced over 400 ty, was here Saturday, his first visit for pigs. William Moreland bought of W. II. Hi'Vf'ml vnnrH. cattle nt Murphy 'JO head of J. A. Craft, of Louisville, Is here. Si 60. Kditor Chestnut, of the Corbln Entershort-horbull A good prise, was hire last week. nnd S flue Southdown bucks for gale. S. Dr. McKeo, of Danville, has been " holding an interesting protracted meet- M. Owens, Stanford. Tho lending tobacco warehouses nt ing at tho Methodist church for tho past Cincinnati have formed a trust, with n week. L. Hoberts, of Qlay county, will take capitalization of ?2,o00,000. Owners of threshers will do well to chntge of the JaoksOn House Aug. lOtli, call on A. M. Foland, who has n large and Mr. McLear will open up tho big crop of wheat ami wants it threshed. '8 ville Foil Sai.k. 300 owes nnd 14 thor services next Sunday hotel in tho Catching building tho same Tho Union oughbred southdown vuarling bucks will bo held nt the Christian date. night St 4 lint.. niitl.i nf fin l Glveiis k Carter, McKinuey. Ky. church, conducted by Rev. J. H. Tercy. A farmer living near Newton, Kas., Mauser died last Friday of wnooniiuM Tho repairs on tho building lmvo been threidied 40 acres of wheat the other day completed, tho walls papered and a new cough. The burial services wore conthat averaged "'2 bushels to the aero carpet put down, making one of tho ducted by Kev. Denny in tho German The first halo of Alabama now cotlanguage. handsomest churches in the State. ton was received at Montgomery nnd Mrs. Anna Schnioker has rented tho Mies Bolda Lason, a daughter ol depot. Prof classed strictly low middling. It brought Wnlt J3IWOII, wai married Thurs- BrouL'htou house, hear tho Judge niitirluM tf llrnnlr li.fl Snltinlnv rip Man. &1C. day afternoon nt 8 o'clock to Mr. 13d --Tho p."v!He fair wns a successfu Hamilton, of Kansas. The ceremouy Chester, at which place he will conduct exhibition, but the small crowds of the the. teachers' institute this week. was porformod by ltev. Amos Stout at -- The Loudon Cornet and Heed Band t5r1 two days kept it from proving a of tho bride's parents. tho residence ncinl flucce.ss. plnv for tho railrbaders' picnic nt Sunday afternoon, officer Sam Jen--Tho mi, "inning record over n DilliouonthelOth. A large crowd will nings wbh n very unpleasant and unex"trnight course was broken at Monmouth K. C. the Uth and pected vlBltor to a fame of "crnj" that come down oil the near camp out at that point until tho atTair is l'"rk b' " eolt Kinch who covered van boing conducted Inn box or the distance in 1:3s. a 0vur. tho depot by a number of boys. MW to E. P. Woods 3 0lVl' -J- ailer Sum Warnock has two more pulled the wholo gang ami their prisoners this week, moonshiners, who Southdown buck, advertised in this trial will come up today. At the reS. Marshals Win. l,cr' for 530- - Ho bought of Will Irvine. brought in by quest of seveml uf the "little lambs" we Parker and Gran Johnson. Sam koeps ' 15yle' 1 b,,uk or withhold their names. Conner clou- - in Jail and lips no! -- Warren Bussell'.s Circuit Coiir- will convene Monday. brok,J tll for thnt ne ovor a as all the former Jailers have Clerk W. B. Mason who, by the way, "trusties" track, beating Nancy Hanks, thnt ever taxed j,aij( is one of the bet ohm -- Col. Frank Hlley siys ho has a hotel ' w,i0 bM il l 2.24 J, by 3J heconde. rost) tells us that tho following is the W- - A- - Trlbble's fancy combined ho lias Ijwiii olldrel r,OO0 for that number of cam.' to bo called up: Old that wager against more took the leu tie in ttie aweepetaKe $0,000 or its oqulv-nlo..nnliv Hiiit. 100: euuity appearance, 2h, ho will Dealers In HUST0NVILLE. thnt Cleveland is tho next presi- saddle ring nt Danville, but tho talent common law old common law, 25. of tho United States. Frank ex- thought she ought to have worn the S7; commonwealth cases 150. dent Tho little eon of Mr. nud Mrs. J. B. for blue. L. ltiberts will be triad for killing pects to be the next l'. S. marshal Adnms, w ho was reported sick in our Conor La mli, buyers are already engaging wns buried in the Sheriil Parks, of Mailiaor, at this term, Kentucky. lambs for next spring nnd are paying C Inst, died Tuesday and The democrats of Laurel county Hustonville Cemetery Wednesday. as will bo old man Estls for stroUming to flje for tho 10th of June delivery, and should not forgot the democratic ' wires across tho Lexington turnpike. The tCriter, accompanied by Charley e me farmers expect to gat 0J. G'ngow Slioes, to be held at tho court house on Boots Sfc Adams nnd Owen William?, went to Tho National Tribune says there is Times. ' country for anarchists. next Saturday for tho purpose of selectKingsville Saturday to witness a game no room in this The following soods we are :oinj to close out J. K. Biughman took the premium ing delegttoM to the convention at ' And vet they are here all the same, nn.l eight entries at Unuville for the of base ball between tho McKinney and to nominate n candidate for ovei eeem'dlpoM?d to May. It is reported 14 to best colt by Arch Fry e's Jewel nnd also Kingsville nines. The score stood Ca-r- y way and propose Judge of the Court of Appeals. 9 in favor of McKinnev. Batteries, 13 that more are on their The prospucts aro that the Laurel tho premium in the combined mnro nnd s nnd Creighton for Kingsville; Paul O to locate permanently on their arrival. Fnlr will be tho the his gelding ring. It is not nu easy matter to know what County the association. best in had been Secretary P. F. Stillings has our ami Huffman for McKinney. There lory of Miss Nannie Tucker, of Springfield, man U thinking about, or whntaro ovory It will pay you to see them it you need anything in the list: , a tfood dividend for tho btockholdurs thanks for invitation to the Laurel Fair, is visiting Miss Lenn Yowell. Miss Liz-- 1 his views upon any subject. Men who and which wloh will be held An vear since the eomninv was or- arc disused to commit crime usually ewv promiatw to be the best in the history of zie Twidwell nnd Felix leturned from All light Dress Gaods, including Fine Dres Pattern, and it is not till ganized. If everything olso connected ' Cumberland Falls last week. Messers. keep their own counsol, ns tho the artociation. hm ..ood uiili tin. L'miituU u Organdies, Swisses. Chnllies, Canton Crepes, George and Bobert Shaw, of Louisville, they commit an overt act thnt their true 100 Tendipt. O. F. Meredith sold track, it could not be beat in the Slate. Brandonburgh Cloth, Pine Apple Tissue, Cotton Challies; character are understood. We Invito r aro visiting relatives and frionds hero. Deputy ShciUrTheo. Moran did not nessee ewes Monday to John W. Miss Nannie Brown returned from Garworld to our hospitable phores and the at S3 7o. Curry A Rue bought a lot have the typhoid fever aa reported to rard county last week, where she has Gents' Puff Shirts, Ladies' and Misses Shoes, must take tho etinnces on those who of work mules at $120 to me, but is out ngain attending to his own been visiting Mrs. Jennie Bskor. Green-berr- y vhoono to accept the Invitation. Ladies' Waists, Ladies' ready made Underwear, ns usual. Stephen Jackson, burg Democrat. Col. Streator, who had Adams left Sunday for his home It eeoma that -- F. P. Browning sold publicly yester-havwife ami child nre nil down sick and including Gown-- , shirts. Corset Covers, &c. iu Texas. Private lams strung up by tho thumbs y his two car loads of Wyoming been for tho p,Ht week. Depot Also a splctu.tu line of light Wraps. because ho wild ho was glad that Irick Wm. Hnyward and Commorciul- - w nud mares and colts. The mares and had been flhot, has been Mied by lams DEATH'S DDINGS. ist Dan Pitman have recently iu vested geldings brought from ?2l to 5O0 nnd for damaged Mild placed under arrest, - the umros and colts wont for S'Jt) to f7. in a parrot apiece, the only ones in InMrs. Mattin Ynrbtough Davis, who V? den. Snow don, who winked at tli pun- don. 'HKj ESZiE2B2fZ2i Persons owing me lor seasons to my the same fate. attended pchool here under Mrs S. C. ishment, is likely to share oblige me horses and jacks will greatly Trueheart's regime, died nt her home nt THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Miowden is doubtluotf a great genend. by coming forward and bettling. It is Nashville, Tnn , last week. This notice probably knows vast amount upon nml To the ndons nt Frankfort: Tho unpleasant to ask for money and I hope will carry a pang of grief to the heartB of any and all subject. Ho declare lams' soions nt Washington have got up and that this hint will bo sufficient. M. S. the many young people who Uuew and, v " 'Jl wordstobe"ttvMon" and thinks that got. When are you going to git up ami Baughmnn. loved her while she was in school heie. ho should hnvo bwn punteneu wuiiotu Samuel Martin, of Millorsburg. sold t3 Y& bi Samuel Dunlap Gaines, son of Mr m people irenendly do git? Louisville Times. jiudge or jury. The 100 mulo colts at $100. Thero nro fewer The Legislature lost a day entortnin-inaud'Mrs. B. W. Gaiuis, died Sunday and while they beiiovtt in not think Mr. Mevendon, but it wnb as profita- mules being hnl in Bouibon this year morning of n complication of diseases, luiiintainiug law ami order, thfry bly spent ns any of the days. The mem- than for 50 years past. So fays Win. aged nearly lo years. He had been an depriciiti' the busty, inconaidor-at- e bers had mucti better do nothing than Tarr, one of the largest feeders. Paris invalid for a long tune and recognizing and nud brutal punishmunt hiinofl In for Kontuckian. what they generally contrive to do. of death, ho made due the case of lams. Neither Snowden nor sold to Tyree llhodes, the approach S. M. Owens spoke of it calmly cures Colic, Con.'tlp.itlen, "Custorla la so well adapt sl to children that C.itorl iiuacli, Diarrha.'a. Eructation, Mrentor will ever hear tho lnt of this. Ou the occasion of tho Sullivan and of Wayne, his premium walking liorso preparation for it nnd brur Si Huckley, of Danville, is Corbett meeting at New Orleans tho for $173. This is a very low pneo con- nnd peacefully. After a service at his I recommend It aa superior to any prescription Kits Vorui, gives bltvp, nnd promotes ol Miss Mamie n. A. Ancncn, SI. D., known to me " pestion. WitLout injurious medication. the guest of Mim Luln B.itson. Mr. tjueen A (,'resCont Route will sell round-tri- sidering the fact that he hns been shown late homo yesterday at 0.30 by Rev. A. Ill So. Oxford St., ErouUyn, N. Y. wero taken to John Kirby is visiting his patents this tickets at half rates, tickets to bo three times in fair rings and hns won two V. Sizemore, the remains Tut CtsTAcn Company, T7 JIurray Street, N. Y Danville for interment. week. Mr. Homer Bn'son has returned sold September !t, I, 5 and 0, good blue ties. mm 111 Howard Hampton sold to Simon from Cincinnati, where ho completed n KSTC7CT3 until Sept. 20th. Connecting Dr. Tom Hood lines will ulso cell tickets over the Queen Wiehl a of 225 pound hogs, to Falls Branch course of violin lessons. Jellico Coal Co go Sept. 1, at 5c. J. L. Bosley sold to baa returnod from Cumberland Falli it Crescent nt reduced intes. Mincrtam thipper of the GENUINE very much improved in health. Mnsti r rMnjng ve8. McDonald, Quisenberry iV Co. 100 bush- Tn8 jino ig tll0 onjy Georgo Dunlap bus returned from Camp tjuuL.d tialns from Cincinnati to New els of blue grass seed at 45c Winches Nelson. Mrs. Cleo Brown nnd Bon aroi0rleans it i 01 miles shortest, audits ter Democrat. Try it. We are tho fole agents for ManfoiJ and visiting Mrs. II. B. Brown. Mies I.ottit r0KUiar trains mak the quickest time Sultan, 2:21, sire of Stamboul, 2:11 Rowland Office corner cl Depot meet nail J 8' b ith from Cincinnati to New Orlean and 20 others in tho 2:G0 list, dropped HIOGINS .V WATTS. Urown has returned to Lexington. 6 hall keep constantly on Park, Cynthiann, after Mnry Bobinson has returned from a alJ tQm New Orleans to Cincinnati, I dead at Abdullah During the year 1S9.2 ' visit to Danville. Miss Francis visited' All tickets are uccepted on our vesti' being given a mile in his usual stock of hand a full and complete Miss Lou Grant Sunday. Messrs Wal-- 1 bu,od traiHS wit!,0lU oxtm charR. Our drive. Ho was owned by Handy & Wil-ter Greening and Jim Biilb were In r,,tt.a lU,d the rates of our connections son, who recently refused $40,000 for!' tow n Sunday. Miss Eugenia Bush has over this Iino aro niJ Iow ns uny other him. Ono of our farmers who raises slier p ' r turned from n visit to Cynthiann. Mr. Wo ,m.L, two through vestibuled trnins J.Joseph and children have returned between Cincinnati nd New Orleans got tired of iiaviug them killed by tLe ' dogs, so ho strychnined the carcass of a from a two weeks stny nt Buckeye. O. ..... .,.. ... ,hu vea. ; "X,. Linnoy and Wood Dunlap, of Camp 0a SutH,iy September 1, wo will, in sheep killed the night before; in the My stock of Saturday. ajjitiou to regular horvice, run a special morning the result was 15 dogs and Bix Nelson, were hero Tho teachers of this county have tn,jn ,0 0rcatt making a fast run foxes. He quietly buried the slain and quite n pleasant nnd interesting con- - ti,r0iigh. hnd All tickets will be good on said nothiuL' about it and his sheep were uiSO Harrodsburg ) Is larger and better selected than ever and 1 assure my customers ol toirn during the past tho special, ns well ns ou the regular unmolested thereafter. ventioninour Democrat. drompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas week. OnTIiuKUay evening wie Irtiaina. Naboth, M. S. Baughman's fine 4- A. R. PENNY. by choruses, solos, por jnforu,ntion, sleeping car bertliB Daltoii in charge. gramme wad varied stallion, ngain won at Danville Tho sl'"K 0r rates, or reservod seats in the Club. year-olnnd speeches. recitntions Friday. Aelottn, tho mare that gave' wnB good and the recitations by Misses ftik neare9t railroad agent or write to D him such a close race on Tuesday, wns a espe- Allio Brown and Eliza Iron were G Ejwnrils; G p. A q & 0 K0,lto ' DEALER IV soft snap and notwithstanding she made daily attractive. Miss Iron's recital of Cincinnati, O. I can mppty the fiimiliei of Stanford and vicinhim go in 2:2S nnd lower his record 3 ity with home made Ie at 60 ct per too poumU; Vista" called forth .. tho "Angels of Bueun IrXercliauclisc, . 1... ik... iV.ii xmaunt at one cent ner pound, and .,, ' . S50.(XX).000 in seconds, it was no work for him and , .ii,rt wr the oulv ? . . i;V . . , Tho traing enrrviner . ni.ufaeturea Ice at 1$ cent uer .wj pounurxery Ana Coun,r I reduce, llOl 'uvu. t..,i.o... Kr.ini.i8nn mint in !. Crit Davis' whip was not used. Thero is Highest o centt for mal!er qunt.tli. Ice .teliyercd A Cream of Tatter Unking Powder Mai opennl to atd VoVRv Present who wns m tnai uniue, a denartmont nt WashinL-tor. no ubo in tnlking, our gonial friend, all in leaemnf; strtngih -- Latut United Stale momlnc I call tpecial attention to the Juhn Ire-- 1 the people ofhis stock nf J vicinityu ready Is erv Stanford an He Crlebrated I. X. L. Iieer, for merHrewinjC bouquet. The address 01 .Mr. rivej jn Omaha Sunday etiiug nnd Smith Bamrhuian, has a great horso and Government Focd Heport, liandsomo I am ajent. Will furnish in eithe' kcr or ing unheard of llaralnt nnd all who uantpt g(xl at the lwet poiMe prices should- ROYAL BAKING POWDERCO, rite for prices, boltie. Louis Walker wns well received mm proceeded Last after (i short stop at before the season is over we'll wager his him on Logan Aveuue, ner LanciSlcr pii.c. K DREMBR, Stanford, Ky 106 Wall tret, New Vorlc ,3tf record will bo better than 2:20. recitations Council Bluffs. elicited great applnu&e. Tho Dr. Goldstein, tho optician, hn&befn boro for tevf ral dnva. It wcmB to bo tho fashion now dnya for peoplu of nil rgBh to wonr specs. Am nitditlon is beinir built to tho Lancaster 1'uolic School Hohhu nnd a tax is bt'iiiK collected in this district to pay for same. Mies Klizn Luslt will tench tho school tho coining session. Tho following ' distinpuishod attorneys wero in towu Saturday: Judi:o M. C. Pnulluy and I M. MeKoberts, of Stun ford; Juduo Georpo Denny, of Lexington, and Judgo Ilrecken ridge, of Dan- by Misses Mnry Anderson nnd Xellio FAR.y AND TRADE ITEMS. uninn wore won rendered and the vocu John Hill sold to 13. V. Lee, Boyle, . tlw. wlfnof E. A. l'rtccoo, n duet between Mlas Lulu B.itHon nnd .T:is. a (Illy for 8200. Homphill wore excellent. Tlio con- . 7 pound 'bov. Kd Browning, of Fayette, sold 110 enter- - ventiou ndjotirned on Friilnv ntternoon. Ti..imilnrfilnb willu'iveun or-- 1 The exercises were midor boas nt tho Biiporvis- - ho'1 of iniilii!jii. nt ttt o Holmes House this William Moreland sold ... Cnpt. Ju ,,n 01 " Willis, of .Sliolbyville. M. U. uIU!. lian Vest n bunch of heifers nt2)c. Tho horses nnd btiKuIes of nU our Hughes preMded with dignity ns moder- John Poppies Bold to Jones, of Tny-lo- r BtubleH were hired out Sunday to ntor and Commissioner John L. An- livery " at Stan- - dersoii roml tho programme nnd intro county, n mare for $100. ooonB to attend n"blgmeetin' ' u... " 273-poun- d 5. ford. duced tho ppenkers. !.- j I j j n t ill ' .Ion-uing- - - pa-we- re l ' u - i lialf-mil- o Primary Election, August 20th. At a meeting of tlin Democratic Committee of the KUh judicial district, in Danville, August 4, lh!2, tho following resolutions were adopted: For tho purjKJse of selecting democratic candidates for the olllces of circuit Judge nnd Commonwealth's attorney in tho 13th judical district, a primary olec tion is hereby called, to be held in the regular voting places in the counties coin-- I iRSEHSRSflKv sMPsTEuQufiSrSSva posing the district, on the 20th day of 7 .. M. and August, liU2, commencing at closing at 7 i. M. Tho election phall be by secret ballot, the names of tho candidates voted for to bo printed or written on white paper nnd deposited in the ballot box. The names of the voters shall bo recorded in to bo provided for that purpose. All known democrats over 21 years of ngo nnd minors who will attain their majority by the November election and pledge themselves to support LANCASTER, KY.,' tho nominees, shall be allowed to vote. S., Tho officers of the election shnll be n C. clerk nnd two judges, to be selected in ench county by the local democraticcom-- , DEPARTMENTS: mittces nnd divided among the cnudi- Mathematics, English. History, Latin. Greek, German, French, itntea nH tn nrpfnri'iirp t)n picric tr lie entitled to n vote on nil questions thnt Natural Sciences, Metapln m'oiI Sciences, Piano, Violin and Vocal may arise. Culture, Art and Criticism. At the close of the election the officers Accommodation for thi'tv voting ladies in Boarding Departm'ent. shnll count the vote and certify the- re- Terms reasonabe , suit thereof in back of the Next term opens bept. r, 1892. For catalogue or other lnforma- nud causo them, together with tho bal- both to be sealed, to be con- - tion address the Principal. veyed to the chairmen of their county' committees by Wednesday following the e election, who shall on that day with themselves their county committees nnd they shnll couut the vote J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. and certify tho result of snme to this committee, which shall meet at Danville, 1892. at 10 a. m.. AiiLMist 27tb. 1S02. nnd certi c.nn-anrjanj Korm.l ?cV-- teai hT ' uperi.ir nuriej ia L teratur, Music and fy the result of the whole election nnd t Ca'i'ojue. anj r uljrt fu'nihet on apptlcutn department e declare wno are wiu iiounuees. penses of the election shall be apportion ed among the candidates. The newspapers of the district are re quested to publish these proceedings. G. D. MaiiAK.Ch'n. J. B. Paxtok, Sec'y. KBX&L""i poll-boo- ks, J. GORDON, B. President. - poll-book- s, ' lot-bore- nsso-cint- Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 6th, cr r - -- - EVBBANCE & and Carpets, I nt SON, Dry Goods and Notions, Gents' Furnishing Goods, cou-yenti- on I i i Regardless of ost.. d j 21-2- 0 1 Will-poo- j e hors-Age- nt , .V.'?71jjTlM-gPt.T'-yWrg7?MP?Thr- wm WW s; g nnver-ttielep- s , j j!!!fj$!!!! Lm III vvb m Infants UM u 1 wm Children. p iiwiii car-lo- ad j0 Original Jellico Coal. j PENNY, DRUGGIST ANJJ JEWELER TA. R. 1 j j Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. rMt Toilet Articles Glass, Books, i h w WJ5LTCHES, CLOCKS & tTSWE&HX j j d j j ....u - j j ' POWDER mi ICE iJSr -- - BEKR. . C. D. FOW333CI,, Absolutely Puro General . , n jt-u- nffer-whi- ch ' 1 s .i . &&tr- - & - Jl C3 V ' JtMHYttnL! SrANFORD, hl, ,mw llllLKIUKdUUKNHL liiTrnimt Im.M.tm At'ocar 9. 18D2 Ky., W. P. WALTON. Lonls-ville- , f The speecli of .Mr. Stevenson at the , royal reception in mm honor at was a rltte ohr, but for a uiaii . Uo Men's medium and light weight had the hop throat too bad to speak agiiust MelCinley and St. John, in Wi.s consin, Mr. Watnrson's speech was n hummer. The old jntin speaks even better than he writes and that is saying Worth lrom S5 to S 16 per suit. Nice line cheap pants worth from heisne ptun ultra et ruis pared, 8 wen ed to s.y in Latium and Gallia, lie can't Si. 25 to Si. 75. A few more pairs of Ladies' Shoes in broken sizes. Tun Committee on Ways and Means help snowing his chagrin over his misAll the above goods must be closed out regardless of cost; so call and i i the Home adversely by a cjo as to tiie late presidential candidates uuanimons vote, the examine goods and get prices. Full line Fruit Jars in stock. and the criticism it has occasioned, howschem of the people's party, ever, and acknowledged that he had reason that it is unconstitutional found Joruau an exceedingly hart! road fir the times, und impracticable ami if adopted would to travel; and there had been it did prove a daugerous power to a corrupt adaud heart-torwhen, ministration by the tremendous increase Beem to him that nioie than a fair share of federal oflioialn. This ought to put a of rongh places and tough people were o O sehein", but the ' quietus on the idiotic S I allotted to his journey from Jerusalem V j in party, which adn -Olid leaders of tht tn Tmtnlin Dill ul II llll!ll It flnnPH ? 'P it, will howl more now than ever o r. 5 C ..tiimnin.- - his toe. he had uirk-,- 1 liimeelf vocales P5 M for it. Their occupation would bo cone. pulled himself together and ijp and if noth ntr hut sensible measures were 8trudged on, contriving in the end, by H a' lowed to bo .lisus-ed- . Scrq M CD hook or by crook, or good luck, or some "3 ST h iw, to get there; and, ns Mr. Pantaloon CD Stephen V. White, who attempted to M said, after his many discomfitures," Hero corner the corn market about a year aco M CO O McKenzie's speech and uot cornered himself, is far from be- we are again." Jim uo Uw-CD H was, as usual, full of wit and wisdom, ing .1)0 bnck henrtetl vilIain be was I?"g a. M and he sent the vast throng home with painted at the time. He lost about $2, H to c? an excellent taste in its mouth. He ia 000,000. but like an honest man he went 3 beyond compare as a speaker in hia to work to retrieve his fortune and pay school of oratory. The whole thing was hia debts. He has nearly succeeded in a big event, even for democratic Louis- - doing the latter, the $400,000 that he . tT-- r "Mw iw vr- ..ville, and was a most propitious opening distributed among his creditors Friday of the campaign. being almost the last of his obligations. There are precious few men in the world We are just in receipt of an address to who would do B3 White has done and the corps of cadets at the Virginia Mili- this is why we give him this honorable tary Institute, delivered by Gen. Basil mention. W. Duke, of Louisville, at the commencement exercises and published by A misguided and credulous individual O'der of the board of visitors. It is a has presented candidate Weaver, of the most eloqueut production and reflects people's party, with a silver pen with credit even upon tins gilted soldier, law- - which to sign the free silver coinage bill, At- yer and orator. At the conclusion of when ho is elected president. The s address he presented to the two's',bility of that pen being used by most distinguished graduates of the class Weaver is so remote that we should as of this year the "Jackson and Hope" soon expect to see Gen. Bidwell, the busy medals, with these words: "These aro prohibition candidate, rolling in the valuable, priceless mementoes, tokens, gutter, or his running mate rushing the as they are, of the regard in which those growler in a third-ratbar room. DANVILLE. who are required to estimate your con- The Newport Journal doesn't think duct and abilitv hold vou; souvenirs of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. McGoodwin left v I - licjrw ill t itlo-U- aVfe-tt'iflir4l--your collegiate hopes and labors; and tes-- 1 that S3.000 is too much salary for a cir- - Monday for Cincinnati to bo absent sevL uU S urn h nas nearu oi no single eral days. timoniala of the exalted appreciation ot " juKe, lfZT!Z"T 'T T f"fT'f "vaoKS) V Monday, the condiistZ Atnoon your illustrious countryman, Gen. Thos. candidate withdrawing from the race in J. Jackson, by distinguished English- - v ow of the probability of it being cut to tion of Judge Young had not improved. Is Receiving: His the House having voted 51 to IS He 18 a very sick man. mu, representatives of the best thought Fall Stock As they will soon ar to do so. A competent and conscieuMr. J. C. Caldwell, his son Charley aid sentiment of the civilized world." tious judge is worth much more than and George Welsh, Jr., have gone tojnvc, The first session of the olM Congress, 53,000 a year, but $2,400 is a big salary Cumberland Falls fishing. which lasted eight monfhs, came to an for several that we know who are filling Police court cases Saturday were Goods Warranted and a Pcrlcct Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. end at 11 o'clock Friday, after the bill to the position or aspirini: to it. Delia Rum, breach of the peace, ;fl; Geo. grant tho World's Fair $2,500,000 as an Stevenson, do., S2C; Ed Fife, do., 5(1.00. Since we stated that Helm fc Bruce unconditional gift W8S passed. Tho dem-- 1 Mr. Win. Duke, of Kansas City, and ocratic House passed a number of good had grown fat on fees gotten from the Mrs. Wm. Kenny, of Fayette county, aro 3 bills, which the republican Senate put State through the partiality of visiting the family of their father, Col. AT. sleep, and did some pretty good things tor Fayette Hewitt, our attention has Wm. Duke. generally, bnt it was, all the same, a lit-- heen called to the law that gives the Van Pelt wishes it antie too unanimous in helping the repuh- - governor the exclusive power of employ nounced that the national encampment appro ing outside attorneys. This statement of the G. A. R. will meet at Washington licana keep up the billion-dolla- r priations. The record is now written is not made at Gen. Hewitt's request, City on the 10th of Sept. By some strange And in order to clear out the Sum-- i and goes to the final arbiters of all ques-- , but simply as an act of justice to a oversight this has not heretofore been mer Goods, we have marked all tlons, the voters. It is hardly probable mighty good man. made public and is now so made in anthey will be as unanimous in their that swer to numerous inquiries by interestNEWSY NOTES. such goods verdict as U) years ago, when nearly ed parties. every republican rascal was turned out The combined weight of three peacl Wm. Silliman, chief of police, arof the lower House of Congress. es 6een in a New York market lately was rested Marion F. JacRson Saturday and Coolers, seven pounds. took him to Louisville to answera charge The official count in Alabama gives The National convention of demo- of bigamy. Oct. 27, last, Jackson mar J ones, democrat, for governor, a majori- cratic clubs 'has been called to meet in ried Mary Curtis, of this place, without ty somewhere between 10,000 and New York Oct. 4. going through the formality of being diwhich is enough for all practical Gen. Van Wyck, the former repub- vorced from a wife in Louisville, to purposes, but democrats crowing over lican Senator, was nominated for gov- whom he had been married eight years AL L Alabama is about as bad as the republiernor of Nebraska by the people's con- ago. Several days before Jackson was cans tearing their shirts over the result arrested he knew that his matrimonial vention. MY ENTIRE STOCK AT in Rhode Island. In Alabama, howevNear Collis, Cal., robbers held up a ventures were being looked into, but er, the conditions were different. The passenger train, securing, it is thought, with a rare stupidity he declined to get uvular democratic nominees were op-- between $30,000 and S50.000 from the ex- out of the way while he had the oppor6ed by a coalition of renegades, repubpress car. tunity. He told one person who warn lic ins and third partyites, fed by Kolb, Those needing adjusted Watches can get the following movements At Evansville, Ind., Harry Hodeon, e I him of the danger he was in that he a popular democratic bolter, and to have aged at prices stated: B. W. Raymond's Si 6; Ko. 50 Elgin S20; No. SG 23, shot and killed his father, Wil- had thought a lot of fellows here just bea'.en the whole;ktt so badly ia proof liam Elgin S20; John C. Duber $14, Hampden; John C. Dubcr special Hodson, a prominent citizen and wanted to run him away from Daville, so enough that Alabama stands no show of politician. BELOW COST. they could enjoy Mary's society. The Si 7, Hampden. Other movements in proportion. All work neatly breaking up the Solid South. Hon. Don My Dickinson, of Michi- Louisville's wife's name was Miss Sallie and promptly done. Call and sec me. ROUT. FENZEL. Critic is mistaken. gan, was unanimously chosen chairman Pa'Sns before her marriage. The only The Louisville Stanford does not trv to enforce prohi- - of the National Democratic Campaign thing to be said in extenuation of Jackson's offense is that he has no more bition. A rigid hiy.h license law pre- - Committee. AtPhcenix, Ariz Tom Graham was sense than the law allows. vails here. It must have been thinking! Cost, killed by Ed Tewksbury, Tuesday, of Lancaster when it said: "The more West Superior, Wis,, Far Ahead. in that ing the 25th man killed in a feud of four try to enforce prohibition Ti the Editor ol tha Interior Journal.. town the more 6nakes they see. As a years' standing. West Sui'Enior., Wis, Aug. 5. This And our Entire line of The jail of Pike county contains al- item was clipped from your issue of the enforcement of prorule, the hibiting laws, causes men to pay inoie most a score of men charged with mur- 29th ult: "Minneapolis has the largest grain el money for mean whisky, and the fre- der, while warrants for seven others are evator in me worm; us storing capacity in the sheriff's hands. natquent seeing of snakes follows as a Squire Miles Gregory has been ar- is 2.000.000 bushels of grain." of 3,500,000 ural result."" Superior has an elevator rested at Monticello. charged with crimi- bushels capacity and four others, any of Mr. Stevenson' tells a reporter thnt nally assaulting his daughter, Mrs. which are as large as tlie one mentioned And we can show as nice an assortment as the people have the proper way to pronounce hia first and attempting an assault on an- in Minneapolis. You see tho palm no with the ac town, but name ia as if spelled longer belongs to the inland other daughter. to the city at the head of tho Lakes. We cent on the fiist syllable, but his cousin The third wife of Ahram Astrom, of of course do not expect to get any of Jim McKeLzie says he he has heard his Tompk5llS) N. J., has given birth to 10 your good Kentucky wheat, for we mother sing out for h.m in a fiery, d BrQ know that, after you are through with n q tw,QB ,n ., tinct way, when he wouldn't auswor the, :,..., .. . the manufacture of Bourbon, and other and ho first time, "You Head-lie!- " celebrated brands, there will be barely more than twice. eiioueh left for a few scattering biscuits All Styles and Colors of thinks a peculiar significance should atDon't miss this sale, as you will Gov. BroTn declined to send the on stato occasions, but it would he gratitach to her pronunciation of it. militia to Lexington to protect the fying to know that your lesion of read- find exceedingly law prices in all double murderer, Brookshire, as he had ers were set right upon this question of The Barbourville Herald announces supremacy as a millimr and elevator lines. tho dissolution of the partnership of L, not evidence that that thn civil authori- point. Rochkstek. D. Sampson, the editor and ties are inadequate to do so. D. and F. In Presquelsle county, Mich,, the Rev. Dr. Frank F. Ingal's, a Congrebusiness monager of the paper and the old child of Peter Shaw was gational clergyman of wide reputation, appointment of James R. Tuggle to take Home-Spun- s. the latter'8 place, who gives it up to fin-i- carried off by an eagle. Shaw followed prtB'dent of Drury College, and a brothand shot the eagle, when bird aud child er of Ingalls, died Friday at a collegiate course. jEEL-- A. 3.. fell into the lake. Tho child was dead. Springfield, Mo. democrat, of Clay coun- At the Buffalo track Hal Pointer, Allen Bakeb, The hegira of Knights Templars ty, has announced himself a candidate j the big pacer, beat the famous Direct in from all parts of tho country to the tri. for Congress in the bloody 11th, which three straight heats, the fastest ever ennial conclave at Denver is something has a republican majority anywhere: recorded in a match race over a regula-fro- u unprecedented. One hundred" arid thirty-f10,000 to 15,000. Brer. Allen must tion track, and lowered his own great our trains full to overflowing pass- d ) record 1 seconds; best time 2:0SK through KansarCity Sunday. be honing for cheap honora. ! y nothing if uot . ho .. . vear lion. Adlai E Stevenson eame to LitiNvilfo as a plaini every d.iy citizn. to attend the Scotch-wdi.-i- i he was a dele- Irish Cougrj-"gate. A "iiule lino in the newspapers told of his iirnvil and his departure was not speeded in ire than tlie many others who attended. Lat week he again came to Louisville, this thuo ns the candidate of ihe democrat ic party, anil lo e wry onu falls at his foet, tiio big pot it put in the little one and the skillet crauied down that! It was all meet and proper, though, but it shuw-- i tlmt the compliment was a politic-imid not a "jHTrtoiihl compliment," as t ie Covington Commonwealth claims. Tub Amerie tns rnv orshlpep. , t- Lt Hiv 1 - d -' - wild-eye- sub-treasur- y . ; foot-sor- o e, . j so-call- , j pos-hi- The fifth Missouri prohibition con-- 1 . . tuition, composed oi bix delegates, lias nominated A. J. Powell for Congress, The Jessamine Fair will be held at and Secretary 0 Xieholasville Aug. George B. Taylor remembers us with an invitation. It is published that a Bnako as big around as a barrel Hnd as long ns a liny wagon, is destroying stock near Columbus, O. Next. Sam Jones said at High Bridge that when a young man and his girl go bug-criding at night the devil is all about them, except between them. Nathan Friedman, a converted Polish Jew, began to preach Christ crucified in a St. Paul Synagogue and the audience knocked him down and threw him out. Gray Cloud, member of the Legislature from Clairborne county, was shot and killed by Newt Clapp, deputy U. S. marshal, at Tazewell, Tenn. They were drinking and fell out ovor politics. BreckinOwing to Congressman OF ALL- ridge's opposition to the World's Fair bill, it is said the ceremonies committee will give him to understand that his ser vices as orator of the day at the opening of the Fair are not wanted. Gen. Basil Duke, attorney for the L. ifc N., says his company will have to pay S450.O00 taxes under tho new revenue bill, against 5 I0.3.OOO under the old system, if it becomes a law and holds good in the courts, which life believes it will not. One of the largest shipments of treasure ever made across the continent was started on the 4th from San Francisco for Washington. Thirty Still continues at the postal agents accompanied the train, which carried 530,000,000 in gold. Tho people of Elizabethtown and Hardin county, made the laying of the corner stone of Hardin Collegiate Institute a memorable occasion. There were 5,000 people present. The institution is a preparatory branch of Central University. John Joyce, who killed hia father in Jefferson county, was acquitted by the examining court. Tho case looked very bad for the boh until the mother took the stand and testified that tho father was under the inlluence of liquor and Our buyers in the East arc would have killed her had not the young man interfered in her behalf. buying an i , j . i 16-2j j ..... Closing Out STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. OPENS SEPT. 14, 1892. preletkert and inilrucion, efcht tourvi of itutly at follow 1: Acriculliiril, Scientific lliotoslcal, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Veterinary, Classical, Normal School. County appointtM rwelreit lr.ee of tuition. Hoard in tlorrcilorioi t per week; in prlrato families $.50 to $4. Kr catalogues apply to JAS K. PATTERSON, Pb. D., Proa., Loxlngton, Ky, Twruty-neve- n nwrh nnTornTiTKr TftwvYorm KUciyVt 11 jLVJL(1JK3A JLLlUUll. SALE SUIT S 3 OP O O F? a W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. Sis. 2 s2. SUMMER - Ul nn So 3 GOODS gov-emine- nt Louisville Tops, Rubbers, Sealing Wax, Tin Cans and Preserving Kettles Store, FARRIS & HARDIN'S. AfttW JbULJIT JELLY -- ui.i If A 1IDQJ GLASSES, e I j to-da- y, IMMENSE ...... -- H..RUPLEY,f iZ.r2 ' lazzg-- t 1 ZL V im 4,Ci f , j Spring & Summer Goods t ! , ; to 1 Post-mast- We Must SUABTOABOU (GrJGMLDBS Have Room: B. K. aW.H. WeareiVs. Below Traces, Collars, Pads, Karnes, Leonard RefrigerCost. ators, White Mountain Freezers, Water Etc. , i Garden Tools, Rakes, Hoes, Spades, Shovels, At and 20,-00- ), NOW IS YOUR CHANCE. p Lawns, Challies, Pongees, Mulls N. REDUCED RATES ' raak-the- y , All Slippers and Oxfords at and Below SPRING CLOTHING ! CLOTHING. OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE i Oris-wel- l, Ad-le- e, -- s- .,. u COST! jl Ever Seen in Stanford, Cassimeres, Worsteds and Please Examine and Price Them. six-mont- sn A. ST-A-IIIFOIRyl- Manager, - D. M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. TF. mi f V- - v'f"' -- sf LK, ' fc, B? Hlilur NurtUoutt liuviuy a i;ieui The Panvllles won tlio penant of the ut uio uuiiatiau cuureu, at Blue Grass League, although they clcsed the season by Retting beat by the liar- - l'leuadiH lini, .iu. ijjCittelM 270' uu. Lot of salt for stock nt 51 per barrel. rodsburjjs 10 to 0. ditioiib to I'uuifejuy i:i$ui.' AroroT 9. 1392 T. II. FobUt. Btanfoud, Ivy., ili !d Kiitiuai meeting at lecriug The Homestead having proved a fail- - CatupUruuuu (,1'aiw iliti, ou tiie KenYoi'ii trade colidtod. huro, Mr. J. It. Marra has moved his mn-- ! tucky L'umral A quantity of goods which I will close out at once " ltaiiruuU, mix wihjd trow K.c. ciinery back to Lancaster and will run Carlisle, biua August 11, coutiuuiug 16 Foit Sale. Our horsu uiiil tvncon the Itecord for nil it is worth. Good Uii). MEANS BUSINESS. ! 0"? Will give n bargain. Fnrris & Hardin. ' luck to llim' County Coumt. Yesterday was uu- Enoiu.vi.vo beautifully nnd artistically Owing to dull business nnd n few bad The Stock consists principally of the following : The IIiiRtonvillc Academy will open other dull court day and little or no IJ ilnnn nt UV..U .... ... Iunnv'a ... ...i.l. I. ... ...v ... - ... debts, the Firt National Bank of Fort li t. o unico ushik. business was transacted. Only about 30 Five "" "v. Bcv your book8 and school BuprUos and two I horse Studebaker Wagons, Flour, Bacon, Scott, Kansas, only declared a 8 per all kinds from A. It. Penny, who sells ed by Mis? Knto Illnin. See nd. Hams, Canned Goods, Heavy and Shelf Hardware, Stoves, six head of cattle were on tho market and cent, semiannual dividend the last ilinm nt niililinlipr'a nrlPOS. not all of them sold. Prices for butcher Foil Ri;.vr.-0ill- ee iu I.NTEinon Jorn-N.- ii months, against its usual 4 per cent. Quccnsware, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Farm Gears, IIavk your wntcli, ciock nnu stuff ranged from 2 to 21 and feeders at building. Applv to W. V. Walton. paired at A. It. Penny's. All work such as Breeching, Check Lines, Hamcs, Blind ANDKnsosCARiiaud Arch Jones fought Bamo price. No horses or mules were warranted. Bridles, et cetera. .Ir you need anything in handsome over a debt tho latter owed thn former, offered. Kemumiieh that all silverware, wntcnt, I mean busines when I say' this Stock must go regardless of price and Penny's will queensware, rinRS, Ac, bought at A. It. Ac, cull at J. II. Fob- - when Carr got Jones' linger in tils mouth The following have been announc- lor CASH. be engraved free of charge. Call at Basement ofSevcrance & Sons store and see for tor's aud prire them. nnd chewed It nearly ofH Judge Carson ed as Commissioners to represent the your self. ' PERSONAL POINTS. The '200 pound block of ice on exhibi- will investigate this morning whether United States in the coming Internationthis act of mayhem is justifiable or not. al .Monetary Conference: Hon. W. B. G. A. Poyntkr, of Mt. Wrnon, was in tion on tlio street i yesterday created great Interest. A bouquet of flowurs w a9 UN'ot SATiEt'itD Messrs. Breckenridge Allison, of Iowa; Hon. John P. Jones, of town Friday. Miss Kate Hl.uk, of Hustonville, is frozen in the centre and the ico bolug ns and 2foel protest against tho nction of Nevada; Hon. James B. McCreary, of clear ns crystal, it could bo seen in nlMts tho district committee in adopting tho Kentucky; Hon. Henry W. Cannon, of the guest of the Mioses Ellis. is beauty. Miss Daisy Winuatk, of Fsnnkfort, secret ballot in the primary against the New York, and Hon. Francis A. Walker, of Massachusetts. Sir William Henry visiting Mien Isabella Ilailey. TuitOptfrn House will not be used ns usual manner of casting the vote and the Houldsworth, Bart.; Hon. Sir Charles I). G. Slaughter, of Green Briar a store-rooof Col. ns ttated, owin to the fact manner of appointing the officers William Freemantle, K. C, and BerTHEY MUST NOW GO, TO Springs, was In town yesterday. that the merchant wanted it till Dec. 1, election and have signed a petition to tram Currie have been named as the Mns. J. E. Patuick, of Jackson is and it was impossible lor the manager the committee to change them. Judge British Commissioners. , with hei parents at Linnietta Springs. to give tip two of tho host niontlis of the Sauiley declined to sign tho petition. Mimics AMiinosiA Thomas and Octavia year for theatrical troupe.. 1 S& NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. The farmers were complainlDg greatly Sizmori went to Louisville yesterday. of the drouth, yesterday, and said that I am moving my furniture nnd underFor our Immense Fall Stock. Mn. F. K. TiuiiiU.i: has gono to Chriseverything wos nearly burned up, but vkft his father and broth- - taking goods to the lartw hall over tian county to ctnble, where I hope my old Mr. John Bright, who has been most HUSTONVILLE ACADEMY L. I. Faulksbh, of Corbln, is on and many new customers will call. all over the county, says tho outlook is HE V. W. W BRUCE, Principal; Mas MISS KATE BOOLE, Aeslatnnt; not near as bad as is claimed. A good n visit to her son, Squiro A. G. Faulk- Those indebted to me will confer a faOur Spring and Fall Suits, former price $15, now $1 j. ner. vor by helping me out of the rut the fire rain would yet make enough corn for all Opons 1st Monday in " Duncan, of the Hnb-bl- threw me in. Mack Huirman. prncticnl purposes. Several light showMns. Mauls-dOur Sio and S12 Suits now $8. Primary, Intetraeiltet. ao't Advanced Grade. ers have fallen in tho last week or two, Special attention given to preparing boyj for vicinity, is very low with pueuiuo-nia- . Our S7 50 Suits now S5 50. A Tun attention of democrats in called to but it has been two months or more VU1ICU. Our 75c Xeglige Shirts, worth 58 cents. For terms. ,Vr., nd.lren ordered by the dis- Bince a "soaker" fell. Tiie grass has Mh. Wallace W. Witiiei leaves to- the primary election K i:.V W. 1IRUCK, Huitonville.Ky. Our $3 Shoe now $2 25. trict committee for the 20th to nominate dried up so much that it hardly affords 47 day for Clnrksville, Tenn., to visit Our $z 50 Shoe now $2. candidates for circuit judge and Com sullicieiit feed for stock. I monwealth's attorney. The election is reMn. and Mns. J. S. Blkbsoe have Linnietta SntiNGS. The businefB ISulldiiigr turned from a visit to friends in Jessa- n most important one nnd it behooves manager had thn pleasure of spending go to the polls nnd every democrat to mine In the corporate limit of Rowland. Sunday at Capt. Richards' delightful Mns. GiwnoK D. Weaken hfts Rone to express himself for the best man. Let French Ginghams nowS'c. H. J. DARST. Rowland. summe,r resort and can testify with the every voter attend. Lawroneeburg to attend the fair and visit it Our 20c French Ginghams now 15c. 100 or more guests that are there that relatives. Twenty teachers present d theni-rolv- es is the most charming place in the coun- HOUSE AND LOT FOR RENT. Our 35c French Ginghams now 20c. , of Louisville, is Bev. It. A. for examination Friday before try. Tho genial crowd there reminds I offer for ifiit the tluute and Lot belonging to Our 20c Chevcrons now 10c. the eiutcuf Cupt. Gaines Crai;, and adjoining theguistof P. M. Carter anil other Profs J. G. Denny andChas. II. Holmes, one of a large family and they seem to I)r. J. II. Owiler, on Hustonville street, Our 15c Organdies now 10c. friends. but the result has not yut beenannounc-- I vie with each other to make it pleasant Ky It has right rooms, good well and necessary Our 75c Challies now 55c. outhouses. Mn. T. C. Fox, of the Danville Demo- ed. The white teachers will have other P. M. McROllERTS. Agent, ' lor all. The captain ns a host is n sucOur 25c Challies now iSc. crat, was the only newspaper wan here chances on the 1st Saturday in Feptom- Stanford, Ky. it . cess indeed and impresses all who go to ycsler.iny. bor, .November and January, while the his resort as a man thoroughly possessed These goods' must go and before the last rose of Summer has faded 11. LOOK rAVLKMIM, m UHrownrvnir, HOTEL AND SALOON you must have them, so come and get your share. colored applicants will be given n show of the requirements to make a good was here Sutunlry, the guast of Judg J. next Friday and on tho iM Fridays of the AT ROWLAND On Saturday night the young W. Alcorn. months named. people had a delightful dance and that Mn It. W. LimaMU and dnwjrhter, 10 o'clock, after In the county court yesterday the pleasure was kept up till Miw Sadie, are ihitlng friends In Law- was I offer for sale timatelr uv frame Hotel and wills of Jamus J. Curtis and Mrs. Bettie which vocal and instrumental music rencoburg Saloon at Rowland, which are now renting unloved, but particularly pleasant were per raoian. 11 is centrally located ana a nne at $05 point Mns. A. J. K.wir and KunloolwveffOne Hroadilus Vandeveor wore admitted to being of Miss Nellie Fewell, of tor businrss, & ' at a terrrmal point on a divis. It hat good well, stable coal spend a month with rulatlves In Guy- - prolmte G. W. Curtis was appointed the recitations ion of the L. to lady is beau- house and other necessary outbiitldinct. Address administrator with the will annexed of Mississippi. This young andotte, W. Vn. a MR MARY C. FERRILL, Stanford tiful of face and figure and possesses rare 0 C. C. Bkkesk, formerly of this place, the former, and M. O. Vnndevrer of the being an accomplishments, other than but now iu business at Somerpot, was latter, who is the solo bonetleiary of the elocutionWt of the llrst water. Sho is Notice to the Traveling- Public. I have had will ns long as he lives, the property Bf BiBBrf Nw visiting friends here. tho life of Linnietta and the young men Bkooks, of Crab Orchard, thun to be divided among tlio five Mifs Mollie occasions aa the HOUSE through yesterday to visit friends dren. Mrs. Ituth Albright's will was there look on her on all belle of the ball. At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and Men-ef- e Has a Complete Stock of also admitted to jmobato with J.N. in Winflidd. Kansas. have in connection with Hotel one of the best saMns. Earnest IIuRNAnn and in full loons in the State, open day and night; anight Mn. and executor, as was John T. Helm's The ico making plant is now man meets an trains, in connection wun sister, Miss Mamie Woods, of St. Louis, with his wife as administratrix. operation and is doing beautifully. In have alto one of the best Mineral wells in thetloue Mate : for reference HUT, call on Mr and nrn iMntM of Prof. J. M. Hubbard, nt the fact, Mr. J. P. Creighton, who has super- andW. Patrick. Louisville, Mr and Mrs. FloydMrs In) G. The will of Uncle Ed Mcltoberts was intended its construction, says he never gram, F.rin, Tenn, A. A.Warren, Stanford, Dr. , qo11 ' 1) E. Proctor, C. II. llraum, Mr and Mrs. T. W. nnd Misaus Ncttik PiiEi.r, of Madison, " presented for probate yesterday had one to go off as well and under more Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. V, II. Johnson, WALL Bush, of Huntington, W. it is pretty certain that he left none. He favorable conditions. He calculated to New Haven, Jim Ckx, Grcenslmrir. Rates Ja per and Marmo v. i.v..M,mui miosN of Mrs. Dr. Clif- - often said that tho law made a good have ice by Sunday, but by 8 a. m., Sat- day. J. M. I'etrev, .lerk W Give me n call Prop. CARRIER, osoiy J. unough will for most people and he ion Fowler urday he was able to draw as pretty a His property is Mi.- - i.tyitKfrurrmi. has our thanks would let it make his L lot of 200 pound blocks ns ono would Uir Assembly perhaps worth slO.000, nnd will goto wish to see. The machinery is run fir copies of tho Chautauqua sisMerchandise, Herald. Her address is IS Miller street, the hiMM of his two brothers and a night nnd day nnd three blocks are drawn Dealer in General Shingles. (Late Alexander's Hotel.) E. Bruce and I. Mack Lumber and ter, Mewrs. J. N. Y. Mr. Chautauqua, every hour, though moro could be. Goods sold for cash only. It gives mc pleasure of thin place, being heir to a Mns. Louis II. ItAMBKY, of Lexington, Bruce, Creighton says there never was better to state to the public in general that I am doing Itam-sefourth of a third of it. the Cash is the guest of Mr. nnd Mre. W. F. water for ice making than nt the water nicely undercatching onavste'n and that the itpeople Rates $2. 50 Per Day. is the arc rapidly to the fact that and other after n visit to Old Point Way. In works. Tiie average temperature of the better system, both for the huyerand seller. They Cor. JeiTerson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-HousEveiiythi.no Hbadino Och I sell aoods for about a third less also know that Placets of interest on the ren coa-- t. his letter to the Danville Advocate, Dr. water he has to use over the country is than my competitors who do credit business. splenthat I keep constantly on hand a Bkown, of Mt. Mn.". Clbo Williams Alcorn says: "I am reliably informed 04, some ruuning as high as 70, but did assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothjoined here by Mrs. lthoda W. R. LOGAN, ' A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, i 30 hours ing, Hoots, Shot. Hats and the like. Call in and Vernon. wh o7J; ordinarily it takes Enurson, . replenished almost daily. rt ...!...iii.e, n..u ........ thnt Ilnrry,urvev, a C. E , of Cincinuu this is a block, hero only 31. Three see my stock, which isHILTON, Rowland, Ky. sv Manager. J. Jt Marshall, clerks. Crow, Her sister, 01 route from KInR.B to freeze f J(j uqw J. H. es. over to Lnncaoter to is mannge tho busiuebs after evMountain ,0 &tailfonl w ith ti,B vit.w 0f men can Mim. C. J. Bailey. Misses Mattio and exend, . Ul(l cllldnllBll aml Kentucky erything gets straight and ns the same X"o&.8 a. c. sine J. N.MENEfBB FOR .uary """ Soutliern railroad to the latter point. ongineeis will run nlso the water works ikp, 4 miles from Stanford. W. II. Miller. :o lJettl41'ton-an. W. E Ynrnon ntnlJ. u. fusion Mr. Lowe Emerson, n millionaire of Cin- nnd the electric plnnt, it is figured that Crab Orchard n few days at spent cinnati, is tUe president and chief own- ice can be produced nt 07 cents a ton. .springs road iu operation and The company hns nn oiler for nil it can er of the Knioiit F. M. "Waiie nnd wife, of proposes to put up the money to make make at ;7 a ton, so it will be seen that fn: MeKinney, left Friday for Denver to this exteiisiou. After thit. is done he there is big money in it, even if the cost the triennial conclave of tho will extern! it further South. It lcoks is $1 or more a ton. Tho capacity of the Knights Templar. After the meeting now as if Stanford is on the tide." plant is eight tons a day. The novelty he will tako his wife to Colorado Springs of seeing ico mndn drew n tremendous The report that John Sam Owsley, Jr.i crowd to the works Sunday and Mr. to remain some time for the benefit of Ky. Ofllce.ancl candidate for Commonwealth's attorney, Creighton did his best to show everyher health. A mono those who attended tho big ja not eligible under tho new constitu-week- ly thing to his visitors, till once the building , hop at Llnnietta fiom here Fri-- tion, which requires such oillcers to got so thick with citizens of African 'scent dny night were Mrs.St. Clair, Mrs. Steele iavo ueeu practicing lawyers four years that he had to let loose n spray of amBailey, MrB. J. E. Portman, and Misjes preceding the election, is without monia, and in less time than it takes to Wray, Mary and Annie Pickett, dntiou nud grew out of tho fact that his tell it, every last one of them had vaHavtni' removed my Barber Enop to the Com Mason, Lightning and Wire Top Ann Slinnka, Kittle Baughmnn, Ella license to jiractice hero was not obtained moosed. Wo are indebted to Mr. merclal Hotel, I am nnd Messrs. W. II. Wear-- 1 til tlio fall court of 1SS9. He had been Creighton for numerous favors and May Saunders Prepared to Accommodate Ladies en, W. A. Trlbble, J. S. Wells, Gnbe practicing in Tennessee aud Texas and much information. Ho hns proven himas well as Gentlemen, Lackey, Jr., C. O. Carson, Dr. A. S. Price nearly six months here before receiving self a clever and capable man and nil ' In anything they may wish in my line. tho liceiise, as lie returned from Texas who have had business with him will nud Jnck ltout. waited on. Call "nine. Mil. A.T. Ncnnklley has accepted n jun nfter the spriug term of our court, regret that his time to leave is eo near at Porcelain and brass Preserving Kettles; Refrigerators, Water Coolers, n THOMPSON, position as traveling balesinan for Harbl- re was aware of tho constitutional hand. White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers, Fly Paper and Fly Traps. Commercial Hotel. la & Gathright, tho Louisville horse1 virion ami would not have entered the MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. millinery firm, nnd will leave for his ter- racc if he were not eligible. and Corner Irons, Grind Stones, Scythe Wire Cloth Spring ..TAKE THE evrltory, tho State of lexns, Tho marriage of J. Stone Walker, Grass and Weed Hooks, lades and naths. Stones, Two Shot. In u general row at n parerybody will bo sorry to see "Fntty" go, Richmond capitalist aud poli hiit rifl he has u cood iob nnd will be ty at uui Jetireys' Saturday night Jim Esq., tho Full line of cakes, Candies and Fruits. Prices to suit the times. who ought to have caugiu 11 thro1 tician, to MissVulietto Lee.ol Louisville, b.ck often, all are glad of his good luck. Tall, is announce). only question that bothered the Arm the heart, was shot in the lower part of .Miss Maggie Graves, a niece of Mr. (Ortoi'isvuit mwAwvrCHiCA;o Rug)- the hody, the ball ranging down and in engaging him was the fear that the - I P. Xuunelley, of this place, was marhis thigh. Will Caraon, anrailroads would charge him excels Mging in nfli.ir ti.H.rn. was shot in the neelr. thu ried recently at Henrietta, Texas, to Mr. oa well an of baggage. weight of body GO TO- ball barely escaping the jugular and A.J. Charetto. A Texas paper says: LINE TO cro&sed swords CITY AND VICINITY. making quite a painful wound. Dr. "Two files of Sir Knights Hugh Heid attended both ami does not over the aisle and tho ceremony was FmiT Ja8 and Jelly Glasses at A. A. think either in any danger of death. performed beneath this arch of glitter,.And. Warren's. 99 Carson does not know who shot him, ing steel." ALL TiutEK Btovea left that mutt go quick. but Tall is confident that Carson's pistol CHURCH AFFAIRS. POINTS did the work for him. Tall has been in J. It. roster. Con,.And.. Tho Kentucky State Christian nt Ziza, Whitley couu-tv- , diuicultics innumerable and is continuFORThk iost-omally before the police court when not in vention will bo held at Danville August 15th. will be discontinued ou tho ITOOTM-WlEST- o 7. jail, where he stays about a third of his Tho Herald says that Rev. George A nick monument is being placed time. There is not n man in town who remains of Uncle Ed McKob- - would not have been glad to hear that O. Barnea writes that ho will begin a Finest and best Vestlbuled Buffet Sleeping Cart over tlio and Parlor Cars on all trams. PrUj- Jim had got it in n more vital spot, meeting at Barbourvillo Aug. 21. No change of car, best accommodations, quick a meet est time and lowest rates: Itev. A. V. Sizomoro began Your account is duo and wo need tho but Jailer Sam Owens, who would some-timFor information addreis have to shut up shop didn't lng at Mt. Xenia last night, to last two IAS. UARKER, G. P. A., Chicago. money. Call aud Bottle. Severance & "V G. CRUSH, D. P. A., Louisville. weeks. Servicea only at night. como to his relief. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal One Dicks' feed cutter nt a bargain. J. 1 B. Foster. uit-etiu- I SAVED GASH FROM TH E FIRE Danks.thejew-eicr,islocateilatCarnon'stor- e. waiton,bu8, Manager I FOR REGARDLESS GOST .,.. '' .. -- jcii pi-nr- J". IB. FOSTER I : MEAN : BUSINESS. . MAKE normat 'un-nelley- 'rt Attention, Gentlemen. a e Sept. rela-tive- s. For Salo Twenty Lots For the Ladies: Our'i2jc m m Hor-rcii- hotel-k- eeper. FOKSALE. - J. S. HUGHES. i t wijmdbertx, I chil-tinpse- d THE SIIELTON to-- MK Druggist and Jeweler, DRUGS, BOOKS, PAINTS, PAPER, i ..-- -. i j. s. mr.Toisr, THE-WIL- ARD. e, y, Louisville, Ky. . iu 1 .. '" 57-i- ri-ia- , RENT. I ' Mer-srs- & MENEFEE SINE Proprietors of The Yard Depot Street, Stanford, 'M nt-te- nd STANFORD LUMBER YARD, ' foun-Nett- ie Now Is the Time to Buy ) 4i Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, i Cbil-als- o Tiu Cans, Sealing Wax pro-so- JESSE -' Ml I. to-un- ' - n THE WORLD'S FAIR -- (DHICOAG9 A. A. Warren's -- WEST "Model Groeery eo 15-1- es FRUIT JARS," JELLY GLASSES, TOPS AND GUMS, SEALING WAX, &C Son.. t ijAiB. ien Interior Journr'J and Friday AT Semi-Week- ly PublUhod Every Tuoaday not to paid S3 IUCK. YKA1UK AJDV.A.KCE. 32.6Q W he charged.- summer tiayiare rait appruaciiihirnnd now 11 the time that excursionists, pleasure-seekefind and Pub' sportsmen should figure out a route for their sum- From Dear Kate's ScraD-Boomer vacation. In lining so, the delighiully cool summer and fishing retorts located nlonc the Wis- llshed In Affectionate Remem- cousin Central Llnescome stvldly to view, ntiwiiir brance of Her. which nr Pov I.nke, III , Lab- - Villa. 111., rs Muck-wnuag- WHY IS IT SO ? Kofroshlnt? Retrofits, J. II. BAUGHMAN, FIRE AND STORM MONUMENTS or,all kinds, II. T. NOEL It a Candidate far Circuit Judge Iu the nth District, subject to the action of the democratic party INSURANCE AGENT . . Made and Set Up in All Parts of tho Country. No Agents employed. 3I. C. SAUFIJGY, Of Lincoln, Is a Candidate far Circuit Jadgt In this judicial dlnrlct, subject to tho action ef tht Democracy. K. .. LOCAL TIME CARD. Some find work where mine find reit, And so the weary world rota on ; I sometimes wonder which Is best. The answer comet when life Is gone. sleep when tome eyes wake. And to the dreary night hours go; Seme heart beat whan some hearts break; I often wonder why 'tis la. Some eve returning ro- Train uavea Rowland at at fs:aop. m. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mill tram going Express train " Lwal Freight North :. - South. t.5lP Th Utter traint also carry passengers. time. Solar Th above Is calculated on standard time I about to minutei fatter. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. City a Ipllows: Traint pass Junction- C. Sneclal tanoam Fast c...K.kMini1n A, vt.ii ,,-- a. m : New Orleans Limited 317 P m. Blue-Grim South South North North ii - ijopm HP J'S'im Same hands fold where ether hand Are lifted bravely In the tirllt. And thro' age and thro' lands. More on the two extremes of Hie. Some feet halt where seme feet tread Waukesha, Cedar Lake, Neetiah, Waupaca, Flltekl, lletternut atid Athlaud. Wis. Wlcon Conn., of five ymr become center jih has within the of attraction tor more pleasure seekers hunters nnl Manchester, of fishermen than any other Mate in the Unlou ami each visit increase the desire to again tee tie charming lamHcapeo, tmuhe the balsam fragrance America, " tluttsn part ! the Ititlgoratins atimxphere, wan- Ins. Oo. of of stately pines and der through the cohtitiad l Companies. I would hook the speckled beauties with a hand made At All of which are Pol. information, be pleased to wait on my friends in this lino. torna-Joe- s, for ptirapniets containing vaiuanie V. D. issued. Will insure against T. S. PAT TV. A., etc., apply to Kies promptly Lightning classw md storms and lUhtnlng "nattanoffa, Tenn. JAS. C. PONP. General Paasengvr ami Ticket es attached without additional charge Agent, Chicago, 111, Office at First National Hank Stanfoii!. .Representing . . lt te Hartford, Manchester, Eng. Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, North Hartford, W. ADAMS ! & No.4 Prsadway, Lexington, Ky. SON, THE 1 RILEY HOUSES J. ft a S. OWSLEY, JR., F. B. RILEY, i'roprlotor, - Kentucky. London, andhUite for Cemrronwealth't Attorney, sub ject to the action of the Democratic party, in Bay JadicUl DistrKt to which Lincoln couniy may t assigned. In tireless march.'n thorny way; Some struggle on where same have fled ; Some sceic where others shun the fray. Some sleep on while others keep As a general liniment for tertiss and bruise of for rheumatism, lain back, deep stated or mhscu-la- r patties, Chamberlain's Pain Halm is unrivaled. Per side by Dr. M. L. bourne Druggist and Optician, Stanford, Kv CASH for prertd thaa ever ta Ofted Livery attached j; hive moved to ray new Hotel and am I Give me a call. accommodate the public. and every cowevtilcnct bttt d. To JTar'nioys. I am Agent for thu Celebrated FRANK RILEY, Doorinjj A : Harveating : Company, The Special 8:40 n m. Q .V C. Special 1:06 a. ro., lime Limited 1.48 m. ; Gnu Special etocTa p. m. Cincinnati p. m.; Fatt Mail a IS North-bound The visits of the true and brave; They will not rest till roses crcop Around their name, above a grae Father Ryan. Another Letter From Rev. Oen Helm. (To the Editor Interior Journal.1 Abdcby Tark, X. J., Aug. 3. In my last I told the dear friends of the I. J. of the order of the work. Many will nsk, office recently Office South side Mam street, in Ho L F. Huffman. Stanford, Ky. ti "Well, what about Dr. Simpson?" vacated byDr. Is simplo as can be. The sentlest man A. S. I ever saw. Never doc3 even a seeminij fling at any denomination fall from his SURGEON DENTIST. Mam street, lips. He is thoroughly consecrecated. Office over Severance S: Son's Store, "RTwriTPENNY, Dentist TRICE, Perhaps) you are run down, can't eat, can't sleep, can't think can't do anything to your sat ifaeuon,.aml you wonder "hat ails you. You should heed the w amine, you are taking the nrst You need a nor,e step into nervous prostration. tonic and Electric Hitters you will find the best remedy for restoring; your ner wit system to itt normal, healthy condition. Surprising results lollow the use of this Nerve Tonic and Alterative. Your appetite returns, i;ood digestion is restored, and the liver and kidneys resume healthy action. Try n bottle Price 50 cents at A. R Penny's druf store. First Step. Highest cash market price paid .NOTICE TO Till!..., TRAVELING I PUBLIC. vtth my Hotel, Ike ad offer their MarMnM to the people ef Lincoln county. Tanr Hinder, tie unexcelled r' their Reapers and Mowers the highest of any in the market Also keep all kind of future on baad. Nk wc Ixfore imrcbaiinff. Olsice at Hrst Natlemal Hank J. II IIAUOIIMAN, tl-iIHanford, Ky. tiat Besf Hides, Fur, Tallow, .&c, at M. F. tyr John H. hac opened In POSTED. others tset to trespass on our lauds without assstsAfl, as all suh will be prosecuted to the wt cAimvi mv taw, oikrnev; C. M.Sl'OONAMOdRE J. K. IIRUCE, St THOMAS C. HALL STEELE HA! LEY. A.M. I'KLAND H. V. O A INKS. JA.MKSGIVKNS. I. S. PHILLIPS, ANTON REN ACKER CLARK RKVNOI.IM M LACKOWITZ ELKIN & CO., STANFORD. KY. A. G. Lanham 1VX1TERS A First-Clas- HGTTS&, 11 This natlce farowarns hunter,, Ashermtn and ;nr-lul- l. A Little Girl's Exporlenco in a Light Mr. nnd Mrs Loren Trescottarc keepers ot the Lighthouse at Sand lleach, Mich., aud are blessed with a daughter. 4 jewrs old. Last April the was taken dew with measlet, followed with a dreadful cough and turning into a fever. Doctors at home and at Detroit treated her, but in vain; she grew worse rapidly until she was a mere "handful of bones.'1 Then she tried Dr Kinc't New Discovery and after the use of two and a half bottles was completely cured. They any I'r, King's New Ducoiery is worth itt wefghtin gjM vet jou may get you a trial bottle free at A R Penny's drug store. Gov s Livery Stuhlc, Gie House. Castleman. ROYAL insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEL. &0ASTLEM AN MANAGERS, And offer the services ef It to the public. Ilrsnd new vehicles and toh blooded l.orses make in) stable compare with The Best In tho Country. me a call, P W. GREEN, Proprietor. AL HURS'S, Manager. T J r , c Every dollar he had he gave to the Lord and by faith he lives. Mrs. Simpson R, C. MORGAN, D. D. S. seeing this, was laying up some. But Durln; 1 e the epidemic of flux in this county last seeing a young man starting to China on summer I had hard work to keep a supply of DENTIST. faith, with not enough money to pay his Camberialn's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhtra Remeor it miles the Hicgins office, Lancaster street. way, she drew every dollar she had from dy on hand People often came l movinz to in the n'ght to pet a bottte of the remedy. I have been selling patent medicines for the past 10 years bank and placing it in an envelope, nnd find that it has giveti bettet satisfaction In handed it to him to be opened after he cases of diarrhcta and flux than any other mediI II Ucnham. Druggist, cine I ever handledsailed. M. Golconda. Pone Co . Ill Over sooliottles of this DR. Is it nny WOnddr God honors SUCh ? remedy were sold in that cuntydunog the epi- Homeopathic Physician, On Friday we had Divine healinR nil was the only remedy that did cure tht worst cases. KENTUCKY day and at 5 p. r. of persons there will certify that - STANFORD, the anointing service. suedDotens lives. In four other .pidwnlcs of bow- it their to 3 p m.l 8 to Dr. Simpson is the most conservative el complaint this remedv has been equally nffice Hours: 10 to ta a. m.J asanit $ entVttle for sale by Dr. M man I havo met. lie deals with this L. Ilournt, Druggist and Optician, Stanford, Ky 'Office on Lancaster street, opposite . subject as if wnlkins in the very pres . Salvo. ence of a holy and awful God. Ho be- -: The best Bucklln'sArnlca tor cuts, brunts salve in the world .&.. sores, tetter, chap- lievea in no one being able to live the sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever ped hands, chilblains, eornt and all skin crup Office opposite Coffey House, life of divine henling unless they lead tions and positively cures piles, or no pay requir- It is giv. the life of holiness. It is the life of Christ ed. moneyguaranteed to Price perfect satisfactior, - refunded. 15 cents per boi. or reigning in our mortal bodies. And if For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. 19.6m the law of sin reigns in our souls it is unto sickness and death and the law of R. D. life can do little till it Ukeji the place of SHELTON HOUSE, When Baby iu sick, yre gave her Castorla. sin. Hence he advises no one to come, : Kentucky. yea, he will not anoint nny one unlets When she was ft Child, she. cried for Castorla. : Rowland, he believes they are in full touch with When the became Miss, sho clunj to Castoria. Office hours 7 to 9 a. ra and 5 to 9 p. m. Wben the bad Children, she caTe them Castorla. Jesus our Life. He separates the congregation. On Friday over 30 appeared TO for anointing. ,He then warned them for The Central Kentucky Hedg, most solemnly not to come unless they Penc?CoY. 91 Lancaster, and offer the serviette sayt of renounced all sin. If they expected to Mr. John Carpenter, of Goodland, lad., Diar- both myself and the Company to the cituens 'I tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and I am very thankful for the liberLincoln be healed aud then return to he fur diarrhoea and severe cramps rbira Remedr. lair dealing to al patronae received and hope by need In the stomach and with the best oil too theatre, &c , said he, "It will be and pains In the worst cases I bowels had to give merit a continuance. Farmers in never results. House in Stanford fence will find me at the Myers dose to no blessing. It will burn your llesh as mure than three d Ile--I ffect acurr In most q -es one dse will Its other (rood M. W; JOHNSON. fire," &c. It was a meeting of the most ities it is pleasant f tat.- ' j and cent Dr M intense solemnity. One or two with- b. ttles for sale yrs1, Ky I. llourue DrJisi jiiu Optician, Stanf drew after hia charge and were not an Dealer In ointed. I only givo one case, the most Foreign and Domestic Fruits, marked: An old lady, who had not walked but once in four years nnd had Confectioneries, cVc. 1 wj not had her arms up from her side in Has with htm a first class baker and can lurnish S7 these vears, walked, haltingly, 'tis truf, read, Cakes and the like on short notice. across the frout of the hall, holding her m MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, aged hands up to her face, praising tl c Lord, as all did, with ringing song. But MILE5 pllLLO the spiritual blessing to myself aud ma.s. Corner Main and Depot Streets, ny others, some ministers, far surpasses Kentucky. all mere healing of body, it being but a Stanford, Has just received a handsome line of Spring and visible index of the deeper summer Millinery and invites her friends and the rfitTTl But tug work of the alliance is foreign tmolic generally to oil in and get fift choice. trimmed In the latest stylo by missions. Dr. Simpson says it is Hats and Ilonnets Twenty nulesti.e bhortett to the must artistic bauds. end that justifies tho Alliance's existI. M. BRUCE. J.H.YEACER ence. Sabbath was "red letter day," an , Mi hiffan Feints. Ch.ias work. Results, 30 young men ; I n.,lt Uurialt. BRUCE & YEAGER, Cleveland, Detroit. and women, hubinda and wives of IndianatxJis and the West. a Ru;laud, Nc Canada. to go rstS aud sale stasis, feredof 31 as missionaries and the sup-- )! IJOStOJ), port missionaries was guaranteed Glory be to His Name. 'Tis wonderful, Washineton, Baltimore, Philadelphia. STANFORD, KY. Frankfort, Ky in a congregation no larger and not so Quickest time toHarrodsburg, Shorftt aud Richmoud, VIRGINIA The above firm went into eTect July 1st and reQuickest line to spectfully asks a share of the patronage of the wealthy as that of the Stanford Christian public. shop- church. Laundrv women, cooks, .fMlTir tin A VSJ ' 9 taming oyes, undertook ' keepers, with NEW RIGS AND HORSES with the support of a missionary. Oh, if tho SOLID VIISTIIIL'LED TRAINS thru' MeridChattan.-ogaHave been purchased and nothing but Uirmtuham, out y ung men and young ladies of Lincoln ian change via connections en route for kaoi turnouts will leave the stable. makinjr direct ' ville, Asheville, Lynchburg and points in the ounty could feel a touch only of the Give c i3i hem of Ilia garment, how the joy of the J7 Lord would run over and carry means At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilmin; aud lives with it. ton, Charleston, Augusta, Macon, Sasaaaah, But more anon. I may break the Brunswick, Lake City, rhouiasvtlleaud Fl.OUI pitcher and pour out the ointment found DA points. line running solid Vestibuled trains ith The only Palace Sleepinir Cars tn St. Pullman here when I come home. Love to every- Augustine lloudoir or chance tor an) class of pat. without baggage. body that reads the I. J. Ben Helm. tergen tr (Chesapeake & Ohio Route.; Huntsville, Decatur 1 Stanford. I) NEWLAMJ W W. IIAY- -. C. TRKI) IIALMANN i.Vx THE 60FFEY HOUSED HIE STANFORD- - 7- - STANFORD, KY., Watertight and ice Co. JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. I mteod to cuadact it at to cotonlv raaiHtain its htch rroutatioa. but to add to its long list frieads. Special accommoda-- l tioasfor commerctat traseicrs and line rooms fur thedlsploy of tamplet. 1 JOHN CRAIG, - Commerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. In my charge and Vhlt Hotel, renovated and relurm,hd, is new 1 W. A. TSIBBLS, Local Agent, STANFORD. KY. ted in about slaty dart; the Water I'laut toon after In otder to place indWMual contracts in advance ftir Water and Electric Light, the Company offers the following Necessary water pipes will be laid, connected to maiHS at actual ceat lar pipe and wrk Eloclric wires put In and necessary tittures free al chire To be of best qoality and gutraiiKed 14 give MttitfaClMMI. Has contracted with responsible Brats lor lit plants and will ha,e the toe and Klectrtc Plants cosnplt. A Flr8t-Class!Salo- on court-hous- 33-'- DR. J. AX01T, OO I And 11ILI.IAIU) and TOOL ROOMS attached. IOSEPH COFFKY 3T.1I The schedule ef adopted rates H per cent, lower thaa is sstutlly given from, to 30 Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. Dwelling of , rooms, one faucet. Each additional room Each additloHtl faucet Stores, Hanks and Private (Hftc,, Hatha, pns ate, one taut et Hiwe attachment lor sprinkler blaMet, private, one animal Each additional animal Stanford, Kentucky. CZD 5R 3 o H o. ... 1 a 5 w laucct . t M J Cxj J .. . E. PROCTOR, ., t I ao oa U E?3 s 7. CZJ Electric Light Rates. ('hear f 3 30-a-m i ri' fr t " i Kor cemmwesnl n,e: and three i c. p. fcas4scoM lamti eca tats wtltat sat ' WZ' 4ya ' " c .; fo THE FARMERS. -- ad 05 ' 'JBtT'y lMim iit it tli U Far Retalattce Vte. isKsnWeacaat lamp par t hall-roo- Ed 53 . c- s al- - - Junction Citv Marbie& Granite Works; phetorrapbs tiki-- a " 4th" M ' ' ' For a h addtitotul For lurther IwsWasattcH, apply to ts-J W HAVDEN.Su,, J' 41 s ssooraianso PlfeSPt1 f;rrfir'i Milliner and DrcssIlcer 941 i -- Go to Earp's Art Gallery j"jr with all the T" iiase Have ust erected a aew Marble and t.rai.ita House aad am fally prepared to Oil orders for all lie keeps up kind t Marble aad Granite work. I h,ve i my employ skllhjeJwwrtraea fram the Ka.t. My jr.NcriON city, ky b, eac.U.1 t Latest Improvements, And will piveyou va-- iy IW'il fielt nVVi'N j j hTi Ml,' Jwi. W..; , ' -- 'A'fv&t . 't. i,. $Mfiy y'-fitaBlfV I? ',1 "k5YV,r.T8nV "!' UlXfrWMr ,V.fVnrUl llftictfcis A J KARI .'tanford. e,'l -- LOCUJT GROVE" ParmersBank&TrastCo. .. .ii'sTivi'nnn rv ., v. ...... u.-.- TOOK lo Qj&i?g' PAP.M. ' KOR. SALE soul-wor- linvM-i.jCTSfl- WAmsgswv1' mi&ZV&x&J.Z iaii&&rxr'?xxz'r - - ornucd aud ready lar busiaets with Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. - - 19,000 Surplus, . It now fully SUCCESSOR toTMH LINCOLN NATIONAL, DANK OK STANFORD, Nov clonnj up) with the sane assets and under the sasac management. By provisoes of its ch.sitcr, depositors are fully protected as ate depositors la National Banks, iU shareholders being held individually liable to the extent of the amount of their stec itt.,.iB r tk nir value fherif. iq addition to tha awount mscttedin such shares. It may actat executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, at fully at ih individual. To those who eatrutted their bultmess to us while miiasiap the Lincoln National Hank of Stanford, wc we here tender oar utanv thanks and t.ust ihcy will- - continue to transact their businessa ith us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attto-tsoto sajne, our twenty years' experience is bunking and as kbcrnlaccotaiBedatsans as arc with svad kaaking. coc-uss- at OKKCATI, all-da- y umr, The finest Farm and ricbett mI in Line Jn eo , I. aad. situa. comprltlng 4,oacrc, ol llu-Grmiles uf iUR.ord. the couniy seat ted within of Llacoia. FruHted by the Sbclbv City luraplke and accessible to the Stanford ana Dastville tursi p. This is one of thu best Mock Fat ma ta the region aBd it la a htah state f cultl vation. Abundance of walar lor all parpes Soil is ferule and is suitable for the crowing of hetrp lobar eo. corn and wheat. The land is so located so that it can be divnled and Iwu nne Firms made Tho improvement are a large and .ommodtMi, dwclim); a convenient slock barn, ,vc, the iesi it fruit of all kind, etc Fonaier-matka- , K II. lNI-!sStanltsrd appiy to J I) JtJNHh, i am KILLY, Pinevillc. Due-Gra- ss -- New York, I . II. T. Ill'SII. REAL ESTATE AGENT WILLIAM for iTri:itrY 'UfJO.-iUlMxX'- Stanford, at Ky. firtt-cla- is , DIRECTOR t: tli a Call. AllTOLmAS9 Newport News & Mississippi Valley Co. Washington, Philadelphia m The rejected report on the Ho'me-- t stead labor troubles prepared by Baltimore, Now York, Old Point andlthe Seashore and all Eastern Citiet Oates. now that Congress has IN EFFECT NOV. 13, iSjt. adjourned, ia made public. It considers TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. both sides blamable and condemns the The only through line to Jackson and Vicksburg, Fast .Limit'd Accom. Acco Daily Daily McKinley law for its failure to benefit Miss. , Xa,, making direct connections Ex. EAST BOUND. Mail Dally1 Dally. Ex. Su. KxSu without omnibus transfer for Dallas, Fort Worth. American workmen, eayini; the promises Austin San Amount, El Paso and pointtin Lve Lexington..... .7 35 a 6 00 p'u 40 a, 5 30 p Winchester....1 8 ij al 6 45 p,ta 30 p,7 cop make to the workmen have been disap-- ' TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO.CALIFORNIft. ' S 05 p7 35 p Mt. Sterling 34 a 7 it p For through rates, correct county maps and iu pointing. Daily. information p 10 07 p 8 40 a Arr Ashland. jia to The 2oth triennial conclave of tho or address call on Agent at Junction City, Ky J. S. LEITII, " Catlettsburg.iia at p 10 aj p 8 39 a Trav Pass. Aift , J n lion City, Ky Knights Templar, which is now open in " Huntington. .11 jo p 10 47 pi 9 30 a p1 D. G. EDWARDS. D. MILLER, " Washington.- - 6 35 a 2 10 Denver, Col., has drawn such an imO, P .V T. A , Traffic Maner , " Philadelphia 10 47 a s 60 p Cincinnati ao p 8 20 p ArrNew York mense throng that the Mayor of that1 city has issued a proclamation calling ' .IF YOU ARE GOING., Daily. WESTBOUND upon the citizens to exert themselves to -- . Lve Huntingtou' 6 00. a 33 pj 6 45 P the utmost that their guests may be I " CatletUburg 6 23 a a 54 P1 7 4 V THE p, 7 J7 p 6 37 a 03 Ashland property proviueu lor. mere are over Ex, Sa. S as a 7o,000 visitors. Mt. Sterling u p to 7 a 3 o3 p " Winchester... 11 13 a 3 45 P 55 At Versailles, last week, in the Arr Lexington .... la 03 p 6 ao pj a 43 p 8 05 a Iuliville. ...... s 33 p 9 jo pi 7 40 p 11 job sweepstake saddle ring, the old mare, Allie, property Mr. J. E. Farrie, of this countv, was awarded first in connec Limited Vestibuled Trains run dally LOUISVILLC 4 NASHVILIC R. R. tion with Chesapeake A Ohio "F. F. V." to New premium, $100. This is a gre.1t honor as ' I'aYt Mall Trains rua dally and make local steps the ring was full of the finest horses in It the line for you, as itt between Lexington and Huntington. Huntington and Morehcad Accommodations the State, several of which have taken premiums at St. Louis, and one, the rULexioBton nd Morehead and Lexington and belonging to Make close connections at MU Sterling Accommodations run daily except celebrated young stallion S 'Through Car tc and from Washington the Ball Bros., of Woodford, had never LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI-Sleeping been beaten except by Ih'b sire, Monte For all points. and New York without change. r..n :r.rniatinnin resrard to rates, routes. Cristo, having wou the premium hi his THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. t. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH &c , apply to any agenfof this or connecting lines own ring aud in the sweepstake at St. For an) information enquire of L. BROWN, Louis Inst fall. She also won tho preH.E. HUNTINGTON, F. L.CLIFFORD, Agent, G. P. A., ... V. 1. ana u, ay ' . Or btantsrd, Ky, mium in her own ring, beating tho celeLexington, iy. W. W. PENN. Trav. Pass. Affent. W. S. HARRISON. G. W. nARNEV. Junction C'ty, K P. A., Ashland.Ky J brated Dolan mine, of Lejington. O. Si., LexiugtM, Ky. T Jtejire-ssntativ- e I Shr-vepol Selma and Montgomery, Flnrrncr. Memrihis and ARKANSAS t.otuts. Shortest and quickest to Annisten. Selma, Mo bile. Dncc? connections made at NEW ORLEANS without omnibus transfer for OrtlvestOD Houston, Austin, J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; J,M. Hall, Stanford; J. S.Owfly, Stafford; S.J. Embry, Stanford; J. II. Lynn, Stanford; ' A. W. Carpenter, MiUVdgcviUe; J. F. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanlord, Ky. S. II. Shanks, President J B. Owsley, Cashier. W. M. Bright, Teller FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD. KV Capital Stock .Surplus ' - 3200,000 1 8, GOO 1 I j 1 j 1 1 PJ-'s- I four-year-- Attention of the public it invited to the fac that this Is the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions oi tne national luim a depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, but bv the stockholders' liability tor an amount equal to the stock, to that depositors of this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000, Five sworn statements of thecondition of the bank are made each year to the United States govern-- ! ment and its assets are examined at stated times by government agents, thus securing additltona and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford in 1833, then ized at the National Hank of Stanford in iSSjand as the First National Bank of again Stanford in i53j, has had practically an uninter- nipted existence of 31 years. It is better supplied cow with tacilities for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in Its long and aonorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solic-te- d. ' j j The Directory of this liank is composed T. J. Foster, of Stanford; Fuiettus Reid, Lincoln county ; J. W.llayden, Stanford; 01 Double Daily Trains I J ! S.H. Ilaughman, Lincoln; M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; S. T Harris, Lincoln; J. S. Hocker. Stanford; O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill, Stanford. W. G. Welch, Stanford; W.P.Tate, Stanford, OFFICERS: J. S. Hocker, President; John J. MeRoberts, Cathier; A. A. McKluncy, Assistant Cashier, ty o f r miles from a danot. The county is checked with turnpikes runniag There u not a public toad en inevcry direction taring the county teat that M not Macadamised. We have the Knuxvillc Hratich of the L .V N l( R. dividing the county from East to West aad the C. S. R R from North to South; the K C. K. R O. from tins place to Cincinnati, crossing the C at Winchester, giving full access to the markets ol whole world. He, ides, we have thr large the Klour Mills in the county that give ua a market for all our grain right at home; and the dcvohip ment of the mountain region ol Uaitern and Kentucky bv iitilroadsand the outlet Sonth by railroad has created vucU a demand for all kinds of cereal and tnonidir that wrean scarcely retain enough lor homccunsiitnption. 1 he people arc prosperous, gen-nand kind, beliesing in Christianity and education, 'there a neighborhood in the county but hat a is not gcod church and school-housStanford, the county seat of Lincolu.it a prosperous little city uf about J.so.) inhab.tauts and is the great dworwsy from the Ninth and Northeast South and from the Northwest to froutheast, and standing as it does gating right Into the bosom of the undeveloped mountain of Southeastern , Kentucky backed up by the whole region ol the State with railroads running through it to all points of the compass, makes ft naturally one of the best located towns In the South for manufactures and other enterprises of magnitude. Water Works are now being agitated unci ngnt of a mil aboue the town abnuti there could be erected Water Works with ery little Cost that would supply a city of 150,000 inhabitants with the purest and best water in the world. Our little city has been newly rebuilt in the last few years ami its business houses ard resiliences will compare with larger cities of greater pretensions. Our merchants and tradesmen are all prosperous and doing well. We hae two banks with a capital stock ol $400,000 that are protpernut and in a good condition. We have splendid schools. We have a Female College, a large brick building, with over too pu pilt in attendance and under the prlncipalthip ol Prof. J M. Hubbard, is in a flourishing condition. We also have a Seminary that Is a good school, with Prof U F, Illakemanaiitt head. We have one of the nest Public School buildings ic this tectlooof the State, with oser too puptlt tn attendance, ami with other, good private schools, you sec our school facilities are excellent We have elegant church builntligs, representing every denomination, with a full corps ot ministers of fias class talent and are doing a better business than any class of men in the city. I have tried to make this statement at facts, without anv exaggeration or coloring, as those who know will bear ne out, and those who wish to buy pleasant homes at lair prices and locate among' good people with all the best surroundings, would do well to call and tee me before elsewhere South-eastern e. lllue-Crasthreo-fourt-pur-bati- ng purchase same. Till d tell I have quite a number of FARMS lor nalv ol the tu call on or address me An etperien, e of fifteen Lands in Lincoln count)'. very beat It uf profit ta me and 'I'naM Farms are all well improved aud ;OoJ years in 1 thu bisnti has 1 inin, cauuste 11 proKtaMe both to the uver rich landf., running in sue from so to Joo Acres ana teller u ad.lrnts Stsnford. Ky. r Myers IIouk ICO Contnlerinz theis localiiy, their nchncsa and fur Office at the d tilitr of shI, the cttuvcnief.ee of turnplliM and that brine market, right lo our dunr, ihey are cheaper than the LamU uf any other (Hint y in the State There is scarcely a Farm in the counGap to ran-roac Solicited Niock tat-lPersons hiving any of e Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs an 1 1'ii.er m 'ne ab, m. thM atKive 3IORCLAND, Sheep a ipe-tally- . within Joini.r.l slock r faille,' fckland Double liaily Scuvdule, SO I n. k. la Meet July wA it. Iti 7 3J 7 17, iriy D'ly A.M CI r. m.' 6 HlE Knox ville- 6 J .... V e 50 .... K. ,V O. Junction lleverly 7 i i Maleueysille. 911 9 7 7 3$ 9 ,9 7 47 O II)Vy 0 ,r. m. A.M. 'V S4J1 5 4a ,...1 Cerryten- - 14 1001 to it 8 19 let) 8 at 10 17 I 10 j; S jl iu,.. u 4 . . 1040 Hamilton borings. ... Cumberland Gap,,.., Tunnel Junction M 11. Junction Mlddleboro NOKTII HOUND. Leave Cumberland uap, 7Tn v.oruui '" " Livingston " Winchester " Eexlngteu .; " Paris Arrive Louisville " Cincinnati 9 9 9 ti 9 3 9 J7 9 4 It 03 0 54 a 07 9 S5 ia 16 to 05 1 ao 10 10 11 17 Williams Spring... Oakman Ullnch Klver ...Lone Mountain ...Tazewell ...Powell River- . .Wa,hbum l.uiliru Spritigt I'owtler ....MI ...M IW l,s ' 05 jo 7J1 7 41 4 1 5l i 7 4 4 3 l 7i s 151 sa 3 ed ; 3s 6 j a44 " "I ...Arthur Arthur 3' Knur Seasons .4 5J 4 ): v L - 11 ss t 3) a il S3 a it 310 a a of 4S9 4 3$ . .10 00 p m it ..-- ..... s(Ji?i'is iibij.s'D. Lciie Cincinnsti ,.... 3 sa a m ..... 4 30 a m ,. 7 03 a m ..- - 7 ao a m .... 3 41 jspm t,im a m L. A-- NY. ... 7 33 p m " Louisville -. 3 43 P m Arrive Paris 10 je p m " Lexington u 15 p m " Wincnester ....it 10 p m ' Livingston 1 4J a m . " Corbin ,. 3 30 a m '! Cumberland Gap - 3 13 a m Pullman Palace Car Kuoxvillo to Cincinnati without change. Connection made with nil traiut North nnd North-we- ,t at Grand Central depot, Clncitiuatl. Through tickets oil Kile nt City Ticket office iV3 Gay and Deuot Ticket office, foot West Maiu street, Knoxville; For any Information at to routet, to W A lll.Y. Acting GenM Pass. Agt HENRY A. SM 1 fl, Citr I'ldcat A Ve. Knoxville, Ten ..- ! tlnt 1 'if jfcLi.