You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892081201 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. T3v 7 "7 - V l ij f n -- Tl" Semi Weekly Interior vol. xx. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Mr. Ktl Doty entertained the Junior DANVILLE. Dji-lio.v Journal. NO. 48 SHELBYVILIE. KY STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. AUGUST 12. 1892. THE BIG PICNIC. Sixty-eight- h . F s 3 IT ical School furOltls. The I.vTxitioit JoriiNAiA which Annual SiMtiNus, Aug. 10. A crowd Sessiun opens Wednesday, Sept. 7th, 1801. should have reached hero Tuesday morn- estimated at about 800 gathered hero nt Prepares (or Wellcsley. W.T. POYNTER. Club Thursday evening. ing, this week, did not arrive till Wed- tho foot of tho famous Wild Cat MounOur efllciont postmaster, MIbb lilla appointed Mr. Kirk Kirby nesday morning. tain, and made tho occasion a deWnteon, has Mr. and Mrs. IJobort Ilnnn returned lightful one all tho way through. It was nn deputy. Clay Ilnmll- - to Denton, Texas, Wednesday aftor a a picnic given by the employes of tho L. n.. vnuni. rriimil. H. & X. and thoso in chargo deserve great ton, will In a few dnytt open a mettt store pleasant visit to there old homo here. Connor, by C. I. Clay, ownod by credit for the management of what provJ. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. on Lexington street. Wo wish tho young Warren Rtuwell, of Danville, took tho ed to be a decided success. Tho first much success. geutiemnn 1892. Durinj tho storm Tuesday evening serond money in the great race at Cin- excursion train of llvo coaches arrived Clark, better cinnati Tuesday. Time: 2:18, 2:10. from Stanford at 10 o'clock, on which the lijshtuliifr stunned John Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music and Mossers. It. L. Salter, G. W. Coulter standing room was at a premium. An Excellent hoarding department Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. known ns "Ited Cloud," and also burned Antwo ntacka of hay in the old linker Held, and J. H. Caldwell, heretofore appointed other train from Corbin arrived at 11:30, by tho county court to divide the coun and on this cainu tho London full brass near the depot. Two of the candidates for the demo ty into Justices' districts, hnvo submitted baud and they whooped things up in cratic nomination for circuit clork, the following report to Judge McKerran, good style. This band furnished tho Ts Messrs. George Walden and Bmd Jen- dividing tho county into six districts. music for tho dance, which was kept up Men's medium and light weight from tbu race, (Our nttontive correspondent sends us tho during tho day on the largo platform nings, have withdrawn COL WILLIAM O'CONHELL BRADLEY. leaving only Will Mason in the field. report in full, but it is too leuethy for erected for that purpose. Tho picnic Col Uradly was born in Lancaster, Ky., where grounds aro immediately on tho banks he still livis. March Nominations will bo made Monday for our limited space. En.) i. 1847 Ills father was the Messrs. J. B. Paxton, of Lincoln, B. of Itockcastlo river, densely shaded by leading land lawyer of the State, but owing to his Hheriirand circuit clerk. Italy backed down; Chili backed K. Slavic, of Garrard, Dr. Plummer, of majestic forest tres, aud tho surround- liberality and laik of financial management, died Worth from $5 to $16 per suit. Nice line cheap pants worth from oung Bradley rccened only poor a poor man down; Kugland backed down and now it Mercer, G. I). Mahan, Boyle, composing ing scenery is beautiful, with wild How-er- a educational advantagr. He never went to school $1.25 to Si. 75. A few more pairs of Ladies' Shoes in broken sizes. Canada has bacKeu tho Democratic Central Committee, met dotting tho mountains on uitherside. after he arrived at the age of 14. Tho war theu is reported that All the above goods must be closed out regardless of cost; so call and down, nil ut the bidding of Uncle nm. hero Wednesday morning aud by a ma- BesidcH dancing tho picnicers engaged broke out and owing to the practical suspension o' Fauiuel is a wonderful man when ho yets jority vote concluded to adhere to tho iu boat riding, courtingnndotherninuso the courts, the father moved from place to place, examine goods and get prices. Full line Fruit Jars in stock. permanently till 1864. The his dander up; and he Is no more afraid plan for tho primary election in tho cir ments, and I noticed n number of young and never settled down first Coercion speech, as mad the is of n large one; cuit court Judge's race odopted by them ladies swinging mighty high on swings elder Ilradley of a a small foe than ho it was th?n called, ever delivered in Kentucky, and woo be to the nation that dares to on the 1th Inst, and published in this that woro there for that purpose. and was a mot intense Union man. Vonng lira.il. paper on Tuesday. tread on tho tail of his coat. Mr. J. W. Carrier acted as general Iy ran away from Iwiue'twice and went into the Union army, buton each occasion, owing to tho Miss Sallio It. Letcher has returned utility man. -- Miss Nell Anderson, of Indiana, arinfluence of the father, was taken out of the Mra. to Itiehmond after a visit to tho Misses rived Monday to visit her mother, The committee of arrangements were the father obivcting because of his youth. In Susan Anderson. Miss Maggie Hright Lylo. Mrs. K. B. Thiele has returned Messrs. J. B. Douglas, It. L. Martin, 1S6 , when the I'efugee Guard was formed In LouAT- has returned to Stanford. Misi Mattie from Chicago. Mies Hnltio Phillips has Win. Abbey, James P. Kearns, George isville, out ot which grew Gen. Nelson's death, he from a week's visit returned to her homo iu Louisville after ltau and K. A. Hughes and they did became n member 01 it nnd served until dischargWalker has returned ed. He was raised In I'ulatU county and for that nt Crab Orchard. Mr. and Mra. A. II. a visit to Miss Mary Mcltoberts. Miss their work well and everybody seemed county he has always entertained the warmest afMary Mclloberta will leave Friday for a KiceareBpendlng this week at Linniettu to have n delighful time. fection. At an early age he displayed remarkable stay at Kstill .Springs. Col. springs. Mrs. Clel Johnston and son Tho music committee, Messrs Dave oratorical powers. When he was admitted to the the ore visiting Mrs. T. M. Johnstou. Geo. Thos. McliobertH, Miss Sue Mcltolmts Burgess and Thomas Higgins, kept the bar in 165 the statutes of Kentucky forbade years 21 of Chicago, is visiting his and Miss Julia Hii:gins nro visiting in bail rolling and each ono dauced to his granting of license to any person under T.Mason, old; bsil the General Assembly pased an act, the Al Lincoln county. Mr. James mother, Mrs. K. J. Mason. Henry or her heart's content. first of the kind ever passed In Kentucky, allowing of Middleaboro, is visiting his len, of Chicago, nrd Mr. O. O. Iox, of Mr. Mike Winterhall acted as promp-to- r any two circuit judges upon finding an applicant competent to license him. After procuring Mra. W. II. Smith. Miss this place, aro absent on a fishing trip at and a better one never lived. he entered into partnership with his tather, of Miss Kiln Cumberland river. Miss Laura Down-to- n MamioXoolls tht guest Mr. nnd Mrs. W. It. Dillion spread by whom he was thoroughly trained, and now Coolers, I'M Sutton, of accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Itobert Dunn, at llryautuvilie. dinner for nearly 200 and it was indeed stands in tho trout rank of Kentucky's lawyers has accepted a portion in Ilann to Deuhain, Texas, Tuesday. She a sumptuous repast. Tho rest of the and advocates. His first appearance before the Markabury. Win West will remain there for some time. Kentucky Court of Appeals created a sensation. It. II. lhtaon'H store. Mi-crowd had baskets of dinner. The court was charmed with his logic aud eloHon. Joseph S. Joplin, republican has returned to Georgetown. Capt. WelDan Jones, years old, is the snare quence and the papers were filled with the most lington Harlan, of Hurrodsburj?, was in representative in the present legislature drummer of the London band, and tho' complimentary notices. In 1870, the first year the town Wednesday. Dr. Joe Uogrs is from Itockcastlo county, called up coun- in stature a little short, he gets there all negro voted, he became a candidate for prosecut ing atturnev. After a most exciting race he was spending a few days in Hloomlngton, ty clerk Nichols Tuesday night about 0 tho Bame. elected and filled the otlice with fidelity and abil- o'clock and asked for license to marry Ind. A more orderly crowd never assem ty. In 1I71 he ran lor Uoagress against 110a. ai. Not many years ago the fruit crop a lady giving the natnu of Mins Kliz.i A. bled. This tho.se in chargo were deter- J. Durham and was defeated by only Coo votes. rarely ever failed. Probably not oftcuer Kerrill. Minister Allen was sent for mined should bo the case. Not a man In 1S76 his party again called him to run for ConDealers In neaily than once in every four years tho crop and tho parties were married iu the that even looked liko he had had a drink gress, and on this occasion he receiveddefeated by more voles than in 1871, but was proved abort, and there was seldom n county clerk's olllco. Tho is said to be a in ton days was noticed on the ground. a.Boo votes, owing to an influx of voters bv reaof Jasper Iteckels, who is total failure. The fruit waa also of a One fellow drew n bottle of tho vile stuff son of the C. S. R. R. He was urged to make the quality than wo have at present. either now or was a short time ago n on tho traiu and lie was told to drop it race again in 178, hut declined and the next year better Of the many varieties of apples, peaches tenant on Mr. Jopliu's Itockcastlo farm. out the window, or ho himself would go declined the nomination for governor, on account e south. IniSSohowas elected and pears that aro now placed on the The bride aud two other ladies, probably out. Tiio bottle went. Some Winches- of his to the Chicago convention nnd made an eloShoes, market, manj of them are tustolees aim relatives, have been living hero Boveral ters aud Smith it Wessons wero secretod quent speech seconding the nomination of Grant. in 1S84. In frequently fall to come to weeks in ouo of J. M. (Juisinberry's now on tho grounds on the side of law and He was also chosen insipid, and The following goods we arc going to close out r for 1M7 his parly tnade him Its maturity. The changes that have been cottages on Kast Main Street. Tho bride order, but they remained out of sight. governor and his splendid race against Gov. taking placo in tho seasons may have is a mother of a two months' old child That young lady who liked to have Ilutkuer I, still fresh in the minds of our readers. in something to do with tho crop failuroi and it is said lias two other children e dauced out of her dress did some good In 18S8C0I. llradley wan airaln elected and developed much strength for the but it would not necessarily ailed tho Itockcastle county under ttiocare of her grabbing when the skirts began to fall. candidal y, and might have gct'en it the quality of tho fruit. The country is mother. Babies were as thick on the ground as hut for the fact that he was from the South. Prescatalogues of fruitH from It will pay you to see them if you need anything in the list: j? Hooded wltn LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. trees, and as- ident Harrison appointed him to tho Corean tho surrounding to Georgia that are profusely ilMaine mission, which he declined, and on the death of sisted in the music. National committeeAt tho lato teacher's examination, lustrated with cuta of poaches, pears, apIf Mr. Dillion or any of the commit- Col. Goodloe he was madeposition he now holds, All light Dress Goods, including Fine Dress Patterns, man for Kentucky, which melons, Ac, that out of 11 who went through tho ordeal, ples, strawberries, tees left anything undone to make the Organdies, Swisses, Challics, Canton Crepes, committee. He tempt the grower into purchases that only two obtained certificates ono n picnic a succor, nobody found out what n wall n nlaee on the executivethe last republirepresented Kentucky again at Brandonburgh Cloth, Pine Apple Tissue, Cotton Challies; rarely ever prove to bo anything like first and tho other a third clnss. can convention and took a large part in it was. Commissioners F. 1. Combest, II. D. made In the books, Mr, Harrison. of tho representations Thoro were plenty of pretty girls at the or by tho agents of dealers. Tho grafted Clifford nnd A. A. Woolford hnvo Hied tho picnic from Mt. Vernon, Crab OrTho above is condonsed from a New Gents' Puff Shirts, Ladies' and Misses Shoes, or budded fruit is not as reliable ns tho their report in the county clerk's otlice, chard, How laud, London nnd other points York paper, which recently published Ladies' Waists, Ladies' ready made Underwear, settling in producing a sure crop, altho' making eight magisterial districts. nlong tho line. Kvery onco in a while, with his picture several columns of the including Gowns, skirts, Corset Covers, &c; A. It. Clarke and wifo hnvo returned d some of It Is of an excellent quality. however, one could bo seen that was as life and doings of tho genial aud Also a, splendid line of light Wraps,' father-igentleman, who is a power in ids It ia Very important that tho discov- from a two week's visit to his sin, but I don't know ugly as now law iu Midway. Misses Jennie Kill's nnd where they were from. party nnd honored nnd loved by all ery of America should be celebrated Mollio Gadberry were on n visit to Miss and then say once In every 100 years Capt. W. It. Dillion seems to bo in the democrats who know his many sterling lor fear that tho people might forget that Bertha Klliott on Friday and Saturday. business on an exteusivo scale. qualities of head and heart. No man Col. Silas Adams returned hero Fri- lumber discovered, or that Columbus had it was The capacity of his saw mill hero is -- 3, has done more for his party than Col. anything to do with it. Of course no- day night nnd started Saturday morning 000 feet per day. Ho has iu the mill all Bradley and none has received less rebody will bo any richer, wiser or hap- for Frankfort. From nil parts of tho tho latest machinery. Ho hns a tram- ward. For a republican to run for office pier on account of such celebrations, but Congressional districts como the encour- way by which hugo logs aro brought in Kentucky is as n general thing the aging news that ho is gaining strength but thp then it will give employment to speakmilu distant nnd worst kind of rainbow-chasinover the mountain is always ready to spend and be proud of their attainments, in all directions. ers who are the mill. Tho engine that does colonel A Mr. Shearer, representing n firm landed at and who aro never so happy aa when this work is almost a mile from tho mill. spent for tho cause he so courageously at Xicholasvillc, in company with W. T. althey have by force of circumstances feet of different kinds of espouses. It is said that he can get s, Humphrey, of this place, started on an About 700,000 their a goodly number of piled up in tho yards, most auy appointmeut from the presilumber is now morning who aro compelled to listen to extensive tour on Tuesday which aro nearly half a milo long. Tho dent that would ordinarily be sought, and for bo furnished for tho occa- through tho lower part of tho county for planing mill adjoiuing, just completed but his law practice is so large that he whatever may also nflbrdB an opportunity to tho purpose of viewing tho timber pros- by Dillion & Johnson, is equipped with could not aQord to give it up for anysion. It Castoiia eurea Colic, Constipation, "CastorU U so well sulapfJ to children that Sour Stomach, DiarThcpa. Eructation, mission or a "cat, drink and bo merry" under n pre- pects, with n possibility of establishing a nil tho latest machinery aud is n big thing short of a I recommend It as superior to any prescription Btnvo factory in our county. Kills Worms, givod sleep, and promote ol upThe Intekioii known to me." n. A. Archkr, M. D., text of a faithful discharge of duty in pieco of lumber with which place in tho cabinet. Tho Hon. I). G. Colson addressed a tiling. Kvery medication. that is Ill So. Oxford St., Drookljn, N, Y. Icesuon. holding tho honor of tho Nation to build a houso can bo made into prop- Journal, though diametrically opposed audienco at tho court-houof .tho ocis proud to him in nearly all his views, superintending tho festivities Thk CexTinu Compant, 77 Murray Street, If. Y. on tho (5th inst. Whilo treating Colonel er shnpo at this mill, so liko Solomon's to number tho colonel among its best casion. So, hurrah for Columbus, Mrs. temple, it can bo shipped elsewhere and greatest courtesy, John Columbus nnd tho Columbuses from Adams with the almost bo put up without the sound of a friends and hopes in time to turn him in Henry got a little "blixum" for about Christopher down! Wo nro Borry ho being heard. Mr. Dillion says from tho error of his way. of an hour, after which hammer to mako furthor discovnot allvo that thd business done at his general Owing to tho fact that counterfeit coins A. C. SINE J. N.MENEFEI eries. Ho might go in search of tho ho very ably handled tho tariff and oth- supply store here amounts to about 0 are bad conductors, Frof. Kllhu Thomback with Hying er questions beforo tho peoplo for nbout North Polo and como per month. Mr. K. It. Davis is in " son suggests tho electric current as a colors, liko Dr. Kane', if ho didn't freeze an hour. His audience gavo tine atten- chargo. effort; whilo floating amid tho Ico or hunting tion to his em- means of detecting Bpurious money. It is tho intention of the L. & Miss Bertha Klliott, of this place, has the gay and festivo bear. Dilcommenced n school on tho Tennessee ployes to give a picnic anuually at say that thoso ot of tho llidgc,. three miles from here, with tho lion Springs, and they f Ballard Smith, has "resigned" be- - best prospects of success. Miss Bertha the future shall be on oven n lnrges scale Now York World, J. F. W. than tho one of ) cause ho took too ultra grounds in favor is tho orphan daughter of a former leadof tho Homestead strikers for tho pro- ing citizen of this county and this is her MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. fcBpVALHMW llrst school. She has taken great pains tprietor, Office Dr. A. Pollock and wife, of German-towWm. White, for 37 years grand sec to qualify herself for the occupation, Mason county, have just celebratattending other good schools, sho retary of Grand Lodge aud Grand Kn- of Odd Fellows in Kentucky was a student for some time of tho Na- ed tho 59th anniversary of their campment The doctor ia SI years old nnd and for 57 years a member of the order, tional Normal University of Lebanon, Ohio. Sho has tho well wishes and sym- has been blind for nearly 2. years. His died in Loulsvillo aged 70. wifo is a few years his junior. Director Gonoral Davis, of tho pathy of tho people generally. Commission, says Tho Texas giant, Col. Torvell, 7 feet, World's Columbian Hugh Costollo was shot and mortal- 8 inches tall, and Miss Henrietta Mority, really given tho fair Congress has ly wounded near Lebanon by Peter Sher- only 22 inches, woro married at Bolivar, or $783,000 more than it is genlock. Mo., on tho flth. The marriage took erally understood tho bill called for. In At Wilder's, Kenton county, around placo in tho circus, to which they bealready of an addition ho says ho knows houso and eight freight cars belongiug longed, andis probably a fake. offer of 20 per ceut. premium on tho is half dollars, and lookB to the L. & N. wero totally destroyed by iu sue'ot Cloture is a word of French origin, Atupon Congress' action as a presont of tiro. Loss $10,000; no insurance. Wind, and hail caused nearly n meaning closing. As used in parliamenA Cream of Tarter Baking Powder Highest of $1,000,000, when a loan of ?5,000, nearly million dollars' worth of damage to tary proceedings it means n method of all in leavening strength latest United State uovernmeni rooo ueport. 000 only was asked for. As this is a gift property nnd crops in Minnesota, Wis closing debate, and so forcing a final ROYAL I1AKING POWDERCO . pure and simple tho fair people ought to 106 Wall street, New York. consin and South Dakota Sunday night. voto upon n measure. bo pretty well satisfied. An r.ngllsh and Class- H to-da- Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 6th, THEY MUST GOo SUITS, 3 W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. ar-m- v. BII5ABKrABlLGi (EflDOBS B. K. two-week'- s W.H.Weare.Vs. San-dlfe- r, Garden Tools, Rakes, Hoes, Spades, Shovels, Traces, Collars, Pads, ITames, Leonard Refrigerators, White Mountain Freezers, Water Etc. grand-mothe- r, iliW FIANCE Carpets, $c 1 'j & BBN. step-daught- Dry Goods and Notions, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Boots and delegate-at-larg- delegato-at-larg- e standard-beare- delegate-at-larg- Regardless : of : Cost. paw-pa- w 11 whole-soule- n home-mad- e m v f 11 cor-ral- ed follow-citizon- Infants Children. first-clas- s good-size- d se three-quarter- s to-da- $1,-00- & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of The and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. oditor-in-chic- to-da- fiOYAl J STANFORD LUMBER YARD, - n, bo-sid- mar-riag- o. AW POWDER i ' imiJICT JELLY -- GLASSES, Mlib Tops, Rubbers, Sealing Wax, Tin Cans and Preserving Kettles Absolutely Pure FARRIS & HARDIN'S. -- i tL. jj- .j 'i-i-- v tl O I i Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal ! - Stanford, Ky., August 12. 189 " J W. F. WALTON. In n letter to a gentleman at Hender- w h H y venir half dollars voted by Congress. ceedingly well. The Institute has been a decided Four million dollars is offered for tho success in every particular. Tho teachson, who aBkod him to dofiuo hia posiFeaiunci tho effect ou his candidacy, tion on the eilver coinage question, SenSenator Sherman is said to have de- ers manifest much enthusiasm on nil Whitelaw Koid has caused tho Now clined to make a speech at tho opening questions. Prof, Nowman Is lively and ator Carlisle 8ayB he is opposed to free Call and secure Bargains. coinage of either gold or silver, but in York Tribune, which has been run for a of tho Ohio republican campaign nnd energetic, dupt. Baker prosides with favor of unlimited coinage of both met- long time as a "rat" olllce, to make terms the affair hag caused considerable bitter much dignity, while Jasper Brown and POST-OFFIC- E C. II. Mrrtin aro fighting as to who shall als upon terms of exact equality. No with the Union, which will lift tho boy- feeling. discrimination should bo mado in favor cott as soon as all tho details nro arrangGeorge Babcock, of Hush township, have tho floor. A lively debato was had last night, after which tho ladies gave a of ono metal and against tho other, nor ed. Reid is evidently anxious to have 111., married Julin l)ean, a in the papers stop speaking of tho republientertainment. should any discrimination bo mado of his deceased wife, who was a wid- "grab-bag- " Hon. G. W. McCluro was in of holders of either gold or silver can ticket as HAT-HAfavor ow with several children v.lnjn ho marWednesday. Editor K. B. Smith bullion and against the great body of , Coi.. Ki.vi had to bo rushed off from ried her. people who own other kinds of proper- Memphis to Homestead state attended tho picnic. JessoM. Alvorson, Dispatches from prevent his being lynched. of Richmond, is visiting ono of tho county. Gold and silver bullion should be The mob might tCStty&i extend ita tour to Nash-vil'- that nn attempt will bo mndo by tho ty "beauts." Circuit Clerk W. M. Fish treated exactly alike in tho mints of tho Amalgamated Association to stop the and try its hand on Gov. BuchanCar- was in town Monday. It was his first United States that is, that a dollar's an, who kept the wretch from Is Receiving His dying the shipment of material to or from the tenrth of wild should be coined mto n dog's negie works by securing tho aid of the visit sinco last November. Robert death. has started n barber shop oyer gold dollar, and a dollar's worth of sildifferent organizations of railroad men Honk store. Ho shaves well. ver Bhould be coined into a silver dollar, Tub Courier-Journa- l has at last decid- who haudle trains. Glvohim atrial. Prof. Milton Elliott, , and if no charges are made for coining ed to support tho democratic ticket and Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. of Kirksville, is hero attending tho inCHURCH AFFAIRS. the one, then no charges should be mado has boldly nailed the tariff plank of the stitute. W. M. Weber has gone to coining the other. The declaration platform at its head. Now let tho band for Hev. W. D. Heddleston will begin a knoxville, where ho will remain nbout made upon the subject of coinage of sil- begin to play. meeting'at Lawrenceburg Sunday to ast a month looking after his real estate. ver by the democratic party at its recont two weeks. THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. National convention is perfectly sound There havo been 41 additions to Kl- in principle and enunciates the only true der Martin's meeting at Paris and excel MY ENTIRE STOCK AT The members, it is said, will draw public policy. It may be impossible for lent work continues. single government to estnblish a ra- pay for their vacation at 5 a day. any The Sunday school children of the Tho Sonato refused to concur in tho tio which will be sufficiently stable to First Presbyterian, Danville, we given sustain tho free coinage of both metals House bill to reduce tho circuit judges' a picnic Wednesday by their teachers on without disturbing its monetary system. salaries to $2,400 and they will probably Those needing adjusted Watches can get the following movements the banks of Dix river, near Capt. J. II. If so, an international conference is the remain at 53,000. at prices stated: H. W. Raymond's $16; No. so Elgin ?20; No. S5 Wilson's. Tho legislature has been in session only tribunal that can extricate us from Elgin $20; John C. Duber S14, Hampden; John C. Dubcr special D. G. Combs, evangelist of the Madexisting situation and any measure 22S days at n cost of $230,000 and what the $17, Hampden. Other movements in proportion. All work neatly ison Meeting of Christian looking to the complete remonettzation has it done? "Made an ass of itself," and promptly done. Call and sec me. Churches, reports that during the month ROUT. EENZEL. of silver and the equality of the dol- echo plainly answers. of July ho baptised II persons in JackTho Legislature will adjourn next lars coined from tho two metals will re 10, received S by Tuesday to Nov. loth. But few of tho son county, reclaimed ceive the Senator's cordial support. IZelow letter and from other sources 13, a total members will get back to Frankfort if Col. II. Clay King, tho assassin of a their constituents have sense enough to of 72. Climax. The meeting at tho Turnorsvillo brother lawyer, who was to have been use n ropo properly. And our Entire line of Christian church which has buen conwill not stretch hung at Memphis Mr. Carroll offered a resolution, hemp as he so justly deserves to do. He which was adopted, asking tho secretary ducted by Row Georgo Combs hiu resulted so farin 17 additions. Mr. Comhs was sentenced, after a trial of a nionthi of agriculture to advance tho weather left yesterday, but Hovs. Kllis and MontMcRobcrts' Drug Store, Stanford, in July, 1S91, to dio for tho murder of bureau station at Louisville to tho rank gomery will continue meeting till SunKentucky. Lawyer Poston, whom ho waylaid and to which it rightfully belongs. Ken day. of some matters brought tucky seems killed because Articles to Suit the Most Fastidito have been discriminated Hev. Sam Jones seems to be ceasing out in tho trial growing out of Colonel against in tho matter, ous. A complete line of which ought to bo to be a drawing card. At tho Urbana, King's intriguo with tho widow of Gen. righted at once. .AT.. 0., camp meeting tho crowd that came Pillow. Since then every technicality Hon. D. B. Kdmiston has has been resorted to from the lowest to copy of act passed requiring sent us a to hear him was so small that it didn't railroad cor- pay half People toon tho expenses. the highest courts, a final attempt be- porations and other persons 1 operating tire of buffoonery in tho pulpit aud as a ing made to get tho case before tho U. and controlling railroads, and. land S. Supremo Court to save the murderer's OF ALL to fehco their right of way and rail- general thing prefer to seo a clown in a neck, without avail. Then King tried road track and to circus and not iu a meeting-house- . construct barriors and Don't miss this smlc, as you will the insanity dodge, an appeal was made cattle guards at certain public A dispatch says that a band of fcanc- road and to tho governor and tho sentence was highway crossings, find exceedingly law prices in all and to maintain and tificationists, known as tho Jessamine commuted to imprisonment for life. The to keep same in repair, Holiness Association, havo been holding and prescribing ' lines. next governor of Tennessee will pardon remedies and penalties for failing to do meetings in Garrard for several days Complicated Watch Repairs and him and ono of the most cowardly mur- so. The owners aro to pay for half of past and the crowd in attendance is estiders will go unavenged. It was nev tho fencing and Artistic Engraving a Specialty. mamated at 1,000 to 1,200 people, tho the roads tho other. All foods sold engraved tree of er down in tho books that so "fine a genof whom go merely through curijority rVour patronage rciftx tfally solicited. tleman" as King should have his neck JtzL-c- L. NEWSY NOTES. osity. The religion they teach is indeed C2l. by the law, such penalties aro broken of a wonderful kind, claiming that they Secretary Foster was the sole reprealone reserved for the common herd, are in a stato of perfect sanctitica AND SALOON but it would have been a triumph of sentative of tho cabinet nt Washington tion, one of the propouuders of tho faith AT ROWLAND tho law and a vindication of justice, if Monday. claiming that ho had not committed a The astronomers discovered real live he had been permitted to hang. It single sin for more than 30 years. The would have brought the law into great- people in Mars whoso nights aro lighted convert is taken through a cleansing pro afTer for tale privately my frame Haiti a4 er respect than tho hangings of a dozen by two moons. Saloon l Rowlaad, which arc bow renting at Sftj cess, ultimately coming out purely holy. Still continues at the per month It it centrally located and a fine n4nt Oneida is a new in Clay It is said that tho language used by less noted men and refuted the general tor buttons, being at a tenrmil piol on a divisIt has good well, liable coal 30. ion of the L belief that punishment is only for poor county and Wm. Lunsford has been ap- some of the preachers nt this meeting home and other necessary onttnitl'liiirs. Addtrtt folks and negroes. The commutation is pointed to run it. vilest sinner blush. MR" MAKV C. FhRRILt, Maaford would make the t DIM EH Chief Justice PeterTurney was no in said to have aroused deep indignation in in Memphis, where King barely escaped inated for governor by the democrats of MT. VERNON, R015KCASTLE COUNTY. EC. HXLVTOIT, Tennessee by acclammation. Ami Couptry Produce, lynching at the time of the murder. IUf hn stock f ? aid la ready toterve Dpfllpr in General Merchandise, Whooping cough ia raging throughThe cemeteries of London cover oner-- 1 ,iiw,'.r in tn.iiiuiu iiu !' niuj tic acres and tho land they occupy rep- out tho county. unheard ot llnritat and all who want Jf inc Lumber and Shingles. "It is given out from New York that price tnouxic " ' Kli I.ofa Avenue, near lancMtr Juke. Good 1 told for cah only, It glv me ptcaiurc Some 33 persons attended tho picnic Col. W. O. Bradley, of Kentucky, will resents a capital of $1,000,000. htm It Uto to the publk in general that I am doing The train carrying $20,000,000 in at Dillion's Springs from here. have general charge of tho republican nicely under the lath ayit(n and that the people are rapidly catching on iu A boiler burst at Grillin's Mill last Notice to tho Traveling Public. better ty item, both for the the lact that it nine campaign in tho Southern States. Now gold from San Francisco to New buyer and teller. They Mr. Grif alto know that I have had .. Saturday and seriously burned for about a third leu safely at its destination. let the valiant colonel, before entering than my comrx titer who do credit butinett. ReJudge Normile, of the St. Louis crim- fin's head. cam upon this great rainbow-chasinmember that I keep conttantlyon band a tplen-di- d HOUSE attortmentof Dry (.oodi, (iroicrlct, (.loth-inChildren and some grown persons paign of his life, fulfill his promise to tell inal court, committed suicide because, it Hoott.ShoM. Halt and the like Call In and At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and tee my are still greatly agitated over the quesexactly the sort of a forco bill that would is thought, a newspaper libeled him. itock, which it rrplemthed alinoit daily. Our buyers in the East arc busy have In connection with Hotel one of the hett J II HILTON, Rowland, Ky. In the Stale, uptnday and night; a niht Lieut. Gov. Sheehan has been elect- tion of "Wha 19 it?" meet his distinguished approbation man mcetiall traint In connection with House buying an ed chairman of tho campaign committee Our present county clerk, M. C. Miland enlist his invaluable support." have alto one of the brat Mineral welU in the tato I and for rclrrcnce to water, call on Mr and Mrt Louisville Times. Wo should all like of the Stato democratic committee in ler, was married Tuesday morning in O V. Patrick. I.ouiivillr, Mr and Mm. Floyd Erin, Tcnn , A A.Warren, Stanford, Ir Franklin county to Miss Anna Green. to know, you know, and we admonish Now York. D E. I'roctor, C II. llraum. Mr and Mti T. V. ISullcliiix ' Mrs. P. J. Smith, who has been quite he declares against iieprcaumauve wm. J.,, liins was the colonel that unless Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrt K. II. Johnion. In the corporate limits of Rowland. New Haven, Jim Cox, Grrcnliurif. Rale Jj r,.r the infamous measure as passed by the unanimously nominated by tho demo ill forsome time, is some better. Kdgar day. J M. f'etrcy, clorl (live me a call I 11 DARST. Rowland. ySoiy J. W CARRIER, 1'rop. House of the 51st Congress, wo will for- - cratic convention of the 2d district at Albright and Simeon Davis are quite sick. ever turn the handsome picture of him, Henderson. Fall Stock. As they will soon ar Jack Milligan, a New Albany tough, Miss Bertha Wolf, of Indiana, gave Cumberland Cap which wo give in this issue, to the Louisville was shot and instantly killed by Gillen a very delightful elocutionary entertain rive, wall. Graves. Tho trouble came up over a ment Wednesday night at tho courtThe appointment of Gov. McCreary to game of craps. DouMe Daily Schedule, house. In Effect July tj, iSqj. be one of the members of the InternaThe convention to nominate a sucLawyer, Preacher nnd Teacher Cartional Monetary Conference, shortly to cessor to Congressman Dickinson linn rier bobbed up serenely several times IHy'lVly Dfly iviy meet in Europe, Bhowa that tho presi- been called to meet at Warsaw, Sept. 27. during tho Institute and made some very a n. r. t. M. A M I.... Knoi'villo ,, 3 45 S30 dent is a pretty good judge of a man. He Hallam, Dickinson and Berry are the flowery speeches. Y 8 11I 6 ll 8 16 5 84s;0 JO'. . K. A' (J. Junction. could not have made a bettor appoint- candidates. S3 The case of Mrs, Geo. Cress agaiust E 58 7 ol .rieverly 5 19 805 ment, as Gov. McCreary is a most levelMaloneyville. Gen. James W. Denver, a founder of the railroad company for tho killing of 7 3J 9l 7J .Corryton.. 53 7 41 i) 9 7 6 450 headed and conservative man, who al- a city by that name that is now entering her husband loot March, has been com.I.uttrell 7 JJ 4 41 9 34 7 33 though he voted for free silver coinage, nearly 100,000 guests, died in Washing- promised through her attornoy. 4 37 7 y9 7 47 .I'owder Springs ... .Washburn 10 03 4 3 711 is not afllicted with the craze. The 10 18 IB: ton Tuesday at tho not very advanced bprings. Williams 3 5V 7oo A democratic convention is called uakinan 19, 3DJAOIA. 35' 6jS And in order to clear out the Sum- - io Sail. .Clinch River ..., isa very high and responsi- age of 5 years. s for Saturday, August 13, to select 1027 3 49 8 31 governor's constituency Lone MoiinUiir... 10 37 ble one and the 644 iimifinne,i0UDe,JEKa'"m John Nicholson, SI, of London, O., Catlettsburg conven' L "' rv a to attend tho Tazewoll 33 mcr Goods, we have marked all 10 49 8 47 .Powell River..,., enwa nt my plaie. midway be. are proud of the estimation in which ho wishing to die and not having tho desir- tion to nominate a candidate for appel11 17 9 09 607 ."J 11 jq 9 at1 23 536 "rJ -- $a 50 tho OOiiBOn-hi- llf Arthur is held everywhere ho is known. ed weapon, loaded a barrel faucet with late judge. such goods 11 i ...Four Seasons.... 9 38 Borvico, bnlanco wlion cow at tlmo of 341 11 4S 936, tf Aithur 3J powder and bullets, used a string for a AI.O HUKKMAN. Henry Logsdon has accepted the poHamilton Springs 3 33 it V 941 The democrats aro bragging that the fuso a it 5iS Cumberland Gap. and blow off the top of his hea 1. it 0.5 9 jo sition as operator at Livingston, instead expenditures of the first session of the a 14 J 10 Tunnel Junction.. 9 S$ It is said that 15 of tho largest pre- ofW. D. Cozatt, who declined. Jim M. II. Junction 3 oj 439 is 16.1 os 52d Congress were $GG,2S2,470.70 less I no 4 33 iimi 010 MlddlcWo. thought to tyo so sesame deesion of tho 51st, but serve and jelly firms of tho United Lowman, who was than tho NORTH HOUND. States and Canada have formed a combi riously wounded by Louis Kreiger, is that is not as much ns it should bo when Lonve Cumberland Oap, I., ft N... ... . is 00 p m immoving. Jailer King is still ' CurblM ......11 yip m we consider that tho latter appropriated nation with a capital stock of $12,000,-00- 0. slowlv " Livingston ....... a m Their headquarters will bo in New improving tho streeta. II " Wlnclietur in all over a billion of dollars. A good 3 43 a in 11 young tl " Lexington ....... 3 50 a m Last Saturday night somo deal of the appropriations of this Con- York. 1'arls 4 jea m .ALL... October 12th, tho 100th anniversary people started out for a hay rido. Kvery II Arrive Loujsvlllc ........ 7 05 a m chargeable to tho extravagance gress is II - 7 16 a m .inciiiiMii of tho discovery of America, will bo a one participating seemed to Lb in his of tho former, and could not bo reino-dieSO UTII HOUND. Bugles of all kinds, po1,. .V JS... but wo are very far yet from tho general holiday. Gen. Harrison has is happiest mood. I.cttve Cincinnati - 7 Jo I' in II and harps woro free " I.otiivillo - 43 l m point of raising no moro money than is sued a proclamation appointing it as lice whistles, bones good time was had Arrive 1'aris 10 30 pm " Lexington ...... 15 p m required for a government economically such, as havo tho governors of several ly used and a general " hours of tho " Wlueneater 10 pni States. until tho "wee sma Livingston administered. 4S a m " forbin At a wheat throshing a few railed night. -- 33 jo aa m ! Cumberland Cap '3 m Miss Gertrude Webor will ontertain Gov. NoRTtiKN, ot Georgia, was renom- west of Celiua, O., John Day wag feedPullman I'alace Car Knoxvillo to Ciiiciiinat by acclamation at Atlauta, Wed- ing the thresher nnd Henry Shryhock some young friends this ovening. J. II. inated without change. Connection mado with nil trains North nnd Prepared BELOW COST: nesday and most of tho rest of the ticket Accidentally cut Day's hand. Thereup- Haley and son Willie, of Somerset, havo to Accommodate Ladies at Grand Central depot, Cincinnati, t Through tickets on nolo at City Ticket ofneo as well a3 Gentlemen, iu tho same way. The governor is a man on Day thrust him into tho thresher been in town during the week visiting iS Oy street and I)pot Ticket oflicr, foot Wwt of great popularity aud tho unanimity head foremost, killing him. Then John relatives. Bob Craft was horo WednesMain street, Knoxvillo. fn anything they may wish in my line. For any Information as to routes, rates, etc., ap convention acted shows bhryhock, a brother of the murdered day to eeo one of tho prettiest girls that waited on. Callmtmc. with which the ply to W A. HLV. Acting Cen'IPasj. Ait., Georgia democrats aro thor- man, stabbed John Day with a pitchfork any man over beheld. Prof. W. F, Mc tbattko HENRY A. SMITH, lily Ticket Aeen, THOMPSON, and killed him, Clary, of Stanford, was hero Thursday. oughly united. Knoxville. Tea Thk democrats nro In position to forco tho fighting and nut the republicans on tho defensive from the start in this cam P3'8n' Ifc wil1 k linuI work or tnem to defend tho tariff bi'1 and almost an im- possible job to champion, with success, the forco bill or explain tho reckless ex-- l travaganco of Congress. We've got tho republicans on the hip and wo are going to lay them out flat this time. J Mrs. M. Bello Burnsidc, of Lancaa-- I , mob caught an ox convict and tor, is vlsititig Mrs. Cleo Brown. J?rof. murderer near St. Louis and throw him run for tha Wolf, of Indiana, nro conducting tho Congress in tho Louisville district, so Institute. W. M. Poynter went to Garrard Tuesday and brought back Mrs. H. . Caruth will havoa K. Thompson, who has been sick for Tho treasurer of tho World's Fair has already received a bid for tho sou- several months. She stood tho trip exCol. T. 11. Sherley will not walk-over- into n red-ho- t forgo. Newman, of Lexington, and Miss Ber- W1M0BERTX, DHUGCIST, Drugs, Toilet Articles, School Books and Stanford. REAE OP BOOM. grand-daughte- r T. Dan-vill- o o v 1kv-rsn- y Spring & Summer Goods NOW IS YOUR CHANCE. Closing b Out REDUCED RATES Cost, nt and to-da- BANKS THE JKWEI.ER, ALE -- CLOTHING ow-er- s, aos t Watches, Clocks mm And SILVERWARE. Jewelry 0 JL iO? 3Iamij;cr, HOTEL 1 ST-A-HSTIFOIEI- FOBSALB. kf post-oili- co C. FOWErX, -- IN- 0 Louisville Store, IMMENSE Gcucral opfMH-d 1111 -:- ItlcrclmiuHse, 19 J. ! York-arrive-d 1 . g THE SIIEIrON c. r For Solo Twenty Lots famh R. R. We Must Have Room I 1 . . dole-gate- PRINCE -- . m At and Below Cost. "7 fI 1 3-- j I d, Lawns, Challies, Pongees, Mulls ..i 1 1 1 North-we- Cbil-al- so All Slippers and Oxfords - JESSE in Commercial Hotel. 1 yk 3 IfcA- - 1 Wjfc L - l US. "-,- - m d "' I Youn trado lolidtod. Danks, tbo jow Mn. B. G. Govek killed n mad dog in Semi-WeekInterior olur, is located at Carson's utoro. his back yard a few daya ngo. It had dono no damage, but was certainly mad. Fon Sam:. Our horse and wagon. . . Stafford, Ky., August 12. 1892 Will give a bargain. Farris & Hardin. Picnic by John Bardels nt Ottenheim, Saturday, August -- 0, beginning at 10 Fon biting Arch Jones' thumb, Judgo o'clock in tho morning. Eyorybody inB.cwAtTON.Bus.ManoKer Carson lined Anderson Cnrr $10 mid vited. ly Journal costs. MEANS BUSINESS. lT r ENoitAvi.va beautifully nnd artistically dono nt A. It. Penny's. Buy your hooko and school mipplies of all kinds from A. II. Penny, who sells the in nt nubliHlier'H prices." Have your wntch, clock and jowoiry repaired nt A. K. Penny's. All work warranted. Kkmkmhkk thntnll Bllverwnrci, wntcbes, rini;s, Ac, bought nt A. It. Penny's will bo engraved fre of clinrco. Juixib M. C. Sauki.ky has had bills I am receiving a full line of fall suitprinted announcing that he will speak at ings. Come nnd get first choice. II. 0. Salvisa, Aug. It) and inviting tho other Rupley. 9 m If you need anything in hnndeomo ent. . queensware, gears, Ac, cull at J. B. Fob While playing around tho burnt ter's and price them. I am compellod now to cnll on dobted to mo for a settlement, call nt basement of Severance A and pay me. J. B. Foster. i m ... candidates for circuit judgo to be pres dis- trict yesterday afternoon, Jim Menefeo stepped on n pieco of broken crockery and cut two ugly gashes in the bottom of his left foot. A hogs at to oc, 50 butcher cattle nt 0 3c and a lot of lambs nt 5c are reported in tho Lancaster Record, which nlso tells of tho enle of B. F. Turner's farm to J. B. Sanders at $35 per acre cash. Thomas Henry Clay, of Bourbon county, bought S00 Bheep, nearly all owes, in that county, nt ?3.50 per head. J. Matt Moore bought of Dr. Wash Miller for A. B. Douglas, Fnyettoville.Tenn., CO Southdown ewes at $10. Whichtster Sun. Tho Junior Championship StakeP, worth $10,HO, was won at Monmouth Park iu a common gallop by the fast colt Don Alonzo. Tho Chnmpion Stakes wns won by Lamplighter, who broko tho record for U miles, covering the distance in 1 I MEAN : : 1 BUSINESS GO, TO 7mm mjyz' TIIEY MUST NOW 4 5? i-Mii Ml worn - For our Immense Fall Stock. Attention, Gentlemen.- 2:32J. iM he- - J. T. Caiison was nt homo n (fow this week. Mum Lu.uk Philips is visiting Mim Mnggiu Tucker. I)k. W. X. Cham is sponding flux. A Brown county, Ohio, farmer deheavy rain fell for a few minutes nt PERSONAL POINTS." noon yesterday. It didn't wet much, livered his crop of 00,000 pounds of toOun types made us say that Miss Kate wo nro thankful even for Binall fa- bacco in a number of gaily decorated Squills M 0. I'OItTMAN is qllito ill of Blnin would assist Rev. W. W. Bruco in but Stock water wagons, Our Spring and Fall Suits, former price S15, now $1 r. Our $10 and $12 Suits now $8. Our $7 50 Suits now $$ 50. Our 75c Neglige Shirts worth 58 cents. Our $3 Shoe now $2 25. Our S2 50 Shoe now, $2. the Hustouville Academy, when days should havo bci'ii Miss lvato Boglu. :S n few t - dnys in Danville. 0. P. Wiuo.v, of Jellico, wns hero on business Tuesday. Mn. John A. McKoukkth, of Corbin, was down yesterdsy. Dn. G. A. Tuaylou has gone to spend a week in Adair county. OiiAnMK IticiiAitnsoK, of Somerset, wni in town Wednesday. IhiiNRY I'lsit is back nt his old place as assistant depot ngent. MaKTHII CiUOHOU HoWAlU) BlIL't'K, of ESf- -' All- '- ft. f Lexington, is visiting here. Miis. J. K. Patiikk, of Jackson, is the guest of Mrs. J. K. Portnum. Mrs Anna VanAiwhalk, of Hnrrodi-bur- g, is with Mrs. H. J. MuKobcrts. Mn. Jok Skvkuanck, Kit., is convalescing from a week's spell of sickness. I) it. It 0. Moiuian is back from n few weeks' visit to friends in Adnir. John H Uiikiiit, of GrnyB, is spending a few days with his home folks hero. of Piuevillo, wns here 0. W. Meu-au"- , Tuesday visiting relatives nnd friends. Mim Monti k Haiuiis is visiting her nont, Mrs. J. T. Waller, at Shnwnee, Tonn. Mus. I)n. W. B.Pnny, of StRnfonl, Is siting Mrs. SalHe Fcrrell. Jjincnster Htuord. Mim Annik AlcOW.v, who returned from Middlusboro on arcount of sickness, is out again. So max jwoplo went from Stanford to the railroad picnic thnt we will not try to give their uutiuw. Mim. Maouie Lohi, of Louisville, paes el up yesterday to spend n month ut Crab Orchard Springs. Miss Anne Shanks returned to Shcl hyville with tho MIbjws Pickett to remain till after the fair. Mn. II. M. A u.k.n--, of Cincinnati, spent a few days with his wife here, who also left for homo yesterday. Mlt. Will Mokklami left Tuesday for Sunbright, Tenn., to gather up a lot of ewes ho recently purebnwd. Mis.i HirruiiA I$ou, of Chicago, nnd Miss Florence lackey, of Madison, are the guests of Miss l.illio McClnry. Mit. Jos S. Rick has taken chnrgo of the depot hero nnd he and his pretty wife havo rooms nt tho Myers Houe. Miss Mahoahkt Owsley, who has been on n lengthy visit to friends in Franklin nnd Gallatin, is at homo Again. W. II. lliot.tNHsnys his partner, II. J. McKoberts, has gone to tho Keeley euro. Not n man in town suspected thnt this was ntcessary. A handsome picture of Mrs. J. I. Mc Kinney, together with n characteristic letter from her, iippenrs in this week's Lancaster Iteconl. Moses Lakaiu's, of Birmingham, has taken a position in the Louisville Store. This is tlie lStlt salesman that lias been in thathtoro within throe years. Mn. Tom Mktcalk, of Jessamine county, brought his wife over a few days for further treatment of her eyes, which aro still troubling her, though much better than they havo been. Miss Ada Sutton, tho accomplished of Rock-porhtenographer and Ind., is hero for a few days with friends, en routo to Pineville, where bIio has accepted n good position. Mus. W. E. Ellis returned from Glati gow yesterday and we'll wager that Mr. Ellis will preach tho best sermon next Sunday he baa over given his congregation. A happy man as ho is now is bound to bo eloquent. Tui: Louisville Times says tho editor of this paper passed through tho city en routo to Chicago. Thero is a mistako some whero and tho ollico boys say it is not at this end of tho Hue. Ho has been nt homo sinco Tuesday night. I'noF. J. E. Robinson will havo chnrgo of tho Brndfordsvillo Academy tho coming BCEriion, which opens Sept. 5. Ho is nn experienced educator nnd having nn excellent faculty, tho patrons of tho school are to bo congratulated. Mu. IIoMEii W. Bat!on, of tho College faculty, wns over Wednesday nnd arranged with Prof. Hubbard to teach n class in violin music nt tho College, if ouo can bo obtained, ns is highly rect likely it will be. Mr. Batson ommended byProf.Rapheal Ivoestor and tho Cincinnati College of Music. type-writer, is very scarce headed by a brass band. It was it vors now. a fine crop and he received 12c a pound nnd tho pastures nro dried nearly up. 9 0 all around. Wk nro promised electric lights toHahvky Helm. Ksj., has qualified as R. D. Bruce, agent for Sullivan A administrator of his brother, Dr. Sam C. morrow night, certainly not lnt"r than Voris, Bnrgin, has bought within the last Helm, who left no will, and of his moth- Tuesday, nnd water noxt week. Let us few days 75,000 bushels of wheat at 70c. er, whoso estate win being ndministered iirisu nud sing the long metro Doxology, John Will Poor bought of O. F. Mere"Praiso God from whom nil blessings dith 100 Tennessee upon by the doctor. ewes at $3.75. Ed flow," while Bro. Vnndoveer lines it oil. Browning, Jr , of Pino Grove, sold 110 My Btoclc is considerably reduced, but hogs, averaging 275 pounds, nt 5Jc Middlesiioiio. Rev. (Jeo. O. Barnes, what I have is in good shape. Come nnd Advocate. room nud so wo nro informed by Mr. Georgo II. of see me in tho rear -- Wui. Kelser sold his farm of 140 Bruco, who was told bo by Capt. Brooks," buy goods at reduced prices. W. B. Mcncres lying six miles from Lexington on of tho Middlesboro Company, said at tho Koberts. 9 close of his meeting there that he had tho Newtown pike to Dr. Norwood, for I am moving my furniture and under- traveled nil over the world and been in $102.50 por ncre cash. A. W. Cunningtaking goods to the largo hall ovei boom towns Innumerable, but he never ham delivered Saturday to M. Knhn for stable, where I hope my old saw n town with moro backing for great- export 00 head of 1,500 pound oattle, the and many now customers will cnll. ness than tho Magic Citr, and Capt. fattest ho has received this year. Tho Thobe indebted to me will confer a fa- Brooks added that ho Bhowed his faith prico was 00. Paris Kentuckian. W. B. Kidd for Lehman Bros, purvor by helping mo out of the rut tho fire by his works by Investing ?2,000 there. chased of Thomson Bros., of Montgomethrew mo in. .Mack llufi'man. The district committee declined to ry county, 100 cattle, weight 1,400 lbs.i Fiiekiiit Tiiain No. a5 ran over a bull change their order fixing a primary elec- nt Ic. A unique mule sale wns nado at Gum Sulphur Tuesday morning nnd tion for Aug. 20, by ballot, to nominate last week by a Bath county man. Ho two ears jumped tho track. Conductor candidates for circuit judgo and Com- sold 21 mules, 11J hands high, to be deButcher and Ida crew nil leaped from tbo monwealth's attorney, as will be seen by livered Jan. 1, at Ojc per pouud. Simon train, and wero considerably bruised. our Danville letter. Messrs. Breckln-ridg- Wiehl shipped Thursday 4 of Tho wreck cmmtl passenger train No. 126 nnd Noel objected to tho ballot, cattle, which were bought somo time to pass hero somo four hours late. tho manner of counting, not "casting," ngo at IJc. They weighed nbout 1,500 as the printer had it in our Inst issue, pounds nnd were shipped to England. Dxmocuats should oc.ir in mind the and tho plan ol appointing officers of the W. O. Brock sold to John Frazier a primary election on the 20th and make election, and petitioned tho committee jack for$700. Winchester Demit n point to go und voto for tho best man to change them. Judge Saufloy, who is ocrat. for circuit judgo. The peoplo of Lincoln always satisfied with any nctiou of tho county especially should turn out and constituted authorities, refused to sign NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. r vote even if all of them should not tho petition. their home man. l.ut us havo a full and fair expression of the will of the FARM AMD TRA0E ITEMS. poat-ollico Nun-nelley- French Ginghams Our 20c French Ginghams now 15c. Our 35c French Ginghams now 20c. Our 20c Chcverons now 10c. Our 15c Organdies now 10c. Our 75c Challics now 55c. Our 25c Challics now iSc. These goods must go and before the last rose of Summer has faded you must have them, so come and get your share. Our For the Ladies I2?c nowSc. J. S. HUGHES. 's 1 SPRING CLOTHING ! OUR STOCK -- IS COMPLETE- - o car-load- s A And vc can show as nice an assortment as the people have Ever S een in Stanford. All Styles and Colors of 1 pro-fe- lrty. NEW BUTCIEER S5IOP. I have juit upn.'l a firt-clnLancaster itrctt, whete I will s m 9 Home-Spun- s. : TiaiE! : calf. Mrs. Mary Wray. that can l clitaiaed, which I will sell at the mar-lprice I have a hnr, new, large refngorator Nineteen horses wero added to tho and IDHIM will dlwavi bt ktit frwh and nict 2:80 list at tho Versailles fair. 48 ihhj JULIAN' VEST. John C. Hill bought of William Welsh 0 head of fat cattle at 2J conts. John Duncan, of Wayne, bought in I w III sell at public suction at Rowland on Sattho West End 21 feeders at 2 to 2Jc. urday. Aur 31, the following household goods Foil Sale. Five thoroughbred South- 17 L'edi'oadi, MittrcMei, Bed Springs, Chain, New The ice factory is running at full caComfoitii 31 good Feather Pillows, ItlankeU, , I'll ww Caes Window Shades, jjo rards pacity and turning out ico of the finest down bucks. G. A. Benodict, Stanford. a small Stand, Wash Beht hogs nro worth 0, host cattle of Carpet, Pitchers, 3Table, Wash Stove, quality. Danville and Ijincaflter aro llowls and nice warming Stove complete, No 8 and been In ue but two 05, best lambs 0 aud best sheep 5 in months, lamps, Swlncinc Lamp, Spittoons, both being supplied from it at present la Glasses', Calico and a ton or two goes up to tho moun- Cincinnati. rlhM of all Unilt, small Looking Safe. Also one Ketngerator Castaway II, winner of tho Brook- Quilts, Nankins, Harness good ana new, 1 good tain towns daily. Tho retail price hero Iluckboarif and n numercjs .to (Late Alexander's Hotel.) Is 60 cents per hundred delivered, at the lyn Handicap two years ago, was sold in milk cows, and other things) too mention. Term made known on day of salo. Everybody invited. rute of HO cents between SO and 100 lbs. New York for $1,550. MRS. WM. COOLEY. 4, short-horA good bull and six pounds for G cents. Rates $2.50 Per Day. and 8 fine Southdown bucks for sale. S. The L. A N. will sell round trip tick- M. Owens, Stanford. HUSTON VILLE ACADEMY Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-Housets to Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 10 to IS, P. P. Nuiinelley bought of Jno. Her-riREV. W. W BRUCE, Principal; : inclusive, good returning till Sept. 15, on W. R. LOGAN, A. V. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, of Rockcastle, 0 head of extra good MI8S KATE BOOLE, Assistant; account of the meeting of the KnightB of butcher cattle at 2 jc. j Manager. J. J. Marshall, clerks. Opens 1st Monday in Sopt. Pythias, at tho following low rates: The John Pre witt farm of 700 acria Primary, Intermediate and Advan ed Grades. SS; Cumpbellhville, SS.OO; Greens-burg- , near Winchester was bought by tho Special attention R.ven to preparing bjys for SS.bS; MitchelUbnrg, SS.57; JuncCollege. Crawford brothers for $05,000. tion City, $S.75; Stanford, SO. 11; Crab For terms, St:., addrc" George I). Weuren, our local buyer Ut V. W. W. HRUM E, HuMonviUe. Ky. Orchard, $0.10; London, S10.V2; Wil- and shipper, has bought so far 30,000 47 liamsburg, SILOS; Barboursville, ifll.77; Mason, Ligntning and Wire Top bushels ot wheat at 07 to 70c. Jellico, $12; Pineville, $12.:U5. Call on Lambs aro being engaged for May L. A N. K. R. agents for tickets nnd fur- and Juno delivery at G$ nud 5J cents. ther Information. W. W. Penn, T. P. This a better prico thnn usual. A., Juuction City, Ky. Owners of threshers will do well to 9 leal! on A.M. Feland, who has n largo The North American Insurance Co. crop of wheat and wants it threshed. Porcelain and brass Preserving Kettles; Refrigerators, Water Coolers, has proposed to pay Mrs. II. S. Withers White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers, Fly Paper and Fly Traps. Rain fell Tuesday from Iowa to Tex$2,000 of tho $0,000 policy sho hold, but as doring incalculable good to tho corn Richmond, IContuclcy. she has not ncceptod. Tho reason tho crop, which was nearly past redemption. Wire Cloth Spring Hinges and Corner Irons, Grind Stones, Scythe TIIRRK COLLl'GKS: OLA8SICAL, SCIENndjUBter gives for taking oil" tho $100 is TIFIC and COMMERCIAL COURSE, fourteen Stones, Grass and Weed Hooks, lades and naths. The stable of J. A. Tennis, at departments of study. Healthy location in that tho estimates, $3,S00, made of the containing 11 horses nnd mules, the heart of the Dlue Grass Region. Moderate $100 to $240. Attendance last expenses. Full line'of cakes, Candies and Fruits. Prices to suit the times. loss aro too great. That oughtn't to cut Mates, ext t burned. Loss, $3,000, with insurnnco of eMon 609, from or lull II, 1SW. comany figure, however, as her loss is wlon opens 8eptetnlcr $1,250. McI2I2TlTE-2- Information aud catalogueapply to plete. Tho .Etna has agreed to pay Mr. A farmer who takea notice of such L H. BLANT0N, D.D., Chancellor. W. B. McRobortB $2,400 of tho $2,500 ho things says ho counted over 500 stacks GO TO- held, tho reduction being on account of of hay nnd wheat on tho piko between tho loss on jewelry, in which tho policy hero and Danville. This notlco forewarns hunters, fishermen and had not been transferred. Tho SpringM. O. Vnndoveer has a field of corn others not to trespass ou our lands without permission, as all suih will be prosecuted to the fullfield hud already paid him $o00, tho full that he is positive would eoll for more est extent of the law. Signed: amount of tho policy. C. M.SPOONAMOORE 99 money than tho land. This shows that I E. 1IRUCE. 9 1 jc THOMAS C. BALL. sufferod for rain. Cut Eioiit Times. Tueadny afternoon he lias not STEELE IIAILEY. Tho Kentucky Association (runA. M. KELAND. Willis Nnilor nnd Jim Sprinkles got into II. V. GAINES. over tho desertion of Sprink- ning, of Lexington, has decided to a quarrel FORJAMES GIVENS. I. S. PHILLIPS. r by Nailor and tho dispute change tho date of its meeting so ns not les' ANTON RENACKER. CLARK REYNOLDS. waxed warm. They were about to come to conflict with tho trotting meeting. It M. LAt'KOWITZ. to blows when Jim Manuel, a cousin of will begin October 15 and continue 13 T I) NKWLAND W. W. HAY- -. the deserted wife, rushed in nnd cut days. (1. C. I.()N Supt. S. G. Hocker, of tho New in tho body and nrins. FRLD IIAl MANN Nailor eight times Roller Mills, tells us that ho has bought wounds while somo of them nre The nro not dangerous, nnd Nnilor will to date 35,000 bushels of wheat at 70c Tho BiwdloB. Pill In tho World I soon bo all right. Tho wholo pnrty wore nnd is still paying that sum. Ho has m of about 50,000 bush-o- ls Mnnucl was nrrested nnd elevator capacity drinking. B discovered lnflfc fA of rocrultluc; health lodged iu jail till yesterday whon ho Givens A Catter sold to W. B. Hill Nailor was was released on $100 bond. 00 owes nt$ I 25 nud to W. M. Lackey unable to bo present. 57 owes at $3.SG. They Bold to W. B. J In February, ISM, while Morgan's Hill 3 bucka at $10 nnd 0110 to II. O. shall keep constantly'on command was crossing that turbulent Dryo nt enme prico nnd 20 owes to II. C. During the year 1S92 I affections, In llvt r ,1.ltllAnl.A nick hendnchp, llTllf tltim. l)lHOU4 stock of stream, Caney Fork, in Tennessee, a sol- Dryent$1.25. ornntlouji of the skill, ami oil iPS hand a fu.ll and complete colic, belonging to tho 0th Kentucky cavcold winds thnt nro sweepiug (SB trouble of tU bowels, their curative (J dier Tho effect ore marvelous. Theynroacor- alry was thrown from his horso nnd over tho Southwest will not savo tho rectlvei as vrell us ecntle catluirtlc. v Very niall unci easy to take. I'rlco, Igt Ira SAtJ&tfjS drowned, notwithstanding tho determin- corn of Knneas. It will probably keep ISc. Ottlee, 30JS4irarkriace.Y. ed ollorts of Judgo M. O. Saufioy, then a tho corn from burning up any further, m lioutennnt in company E, who jumped but nt best tho crop will not exceed half into tho raging waters to eavo him at tho tho estimated yield. ANDVICINITY7 J9LBiri CITY Persons owing mo for Beasons to my risk of his own life. Judgo Stophou My stodc of of Stanford and vicinthe I can Youn account is duo nnd wo nood tho Burch,swho was n member of tho same horses and jacks will greatly oblige mo ity wilh supply maJofamilies 00 cts. per 100 pounds: K e at home cent per money. Call nnd settle. Soverauco & regiment, is anxious to know the nnmo by coming forward and bottling. It is less than that amount at one per 100 pound, and pounds or t manufactured Ice at 7s Son. and formor residence of tho soldier unpleasant to ask for money nnd I hope cents for smaller quantities, ice delivered every special attention to the John Bre- Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers ot morning. I call If L. llcer, mer HrewuiB C I have only a few goods loft nnd am drowned and this should meet tho oyo that this hint will bo sufficient. M. S. which I am agent.'s Celebrated I, X. eithet kej; for drompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas or Will furnish in any one who knows, ho will please Baughman. to close them out at onco. of determined bottle. Write for prices, A. R. PENNY. DALTon in charge. K, UKEMEK, Stanford, Ky. Sales of several ear loads of butcher communicate with him at Stanford. Seo stock nnd get prices, J. B. Foster. with tho name of editor' dear dead wife on it, in hor own handwriting, ws found on the grounds of tho Turuorsvillo Christian Chureh Tuesday night and brought to us by Belle Cash. Mrs. Alley Cloyd nnd ML The tnntter is such a mystery to us that a liberal reward will ho givon for nn explanation. A HANUKEitciiiKF, E. W. Lee sold to Forestus Roid owes 150 at $3 h0. Fon Salk. Good cow and a young kct-- j lint her Shjp on at all time Cassimeres, Worsteds and Please Examine and Price Them. M best :m::ela.ts ot Public Sale. Shi-cM- M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. Cook-in- t; 1 1 THE WILLARD. e, a n n, Louisville, Ky. Lob-ano- n, Now Is the Time to Buy Glasses, ENTRAL Fruit Jars, JellyTin Cans, Sealing Wax s UNIVERSITY. twenty-clKb- ? .J. Ow-ensbo- BEOS, 4 t, POSTED. A. A. Warren's -- "Model Grocery half-siste- FRUIT JARS, JELLY GLASSES, TOPS AND GUMS, SEALING WAX, &C 1 1 i ,h THE SECRET so-cu- red Gar-rnr- d TUITS Tin Live r Pis dys-.utn- A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER .ll Fo-ma- le XCE ' Drugs and $q l $ Paints, Oils, BK3SR. & Stationery. &i ToiletArticles Glass, Books, WATCHES, CI.OCKS & JSBT3SX.H"5r mwft v Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal THE DREAM OF LIFE. k, Rofrosblntr Pub- Rotroata. sr Publlahod Evory Tuesday and Friday SO -- at J?KIt YffiAK IN jVDVANOffl. $2.60 ill be chargcd.'ren From Dear Kate's and lished in Affectionate Remembrance or Her. Scran-Boo- When not so paid K.u. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning at j : jo p.m. L. & H. LOCAL TIME CARD. t aP pm ..... Mail (rain going North iopm South Express train " South " 55 pm '.i .1 North 35m . .659 am Local Freight North. .... 512pm South.. . The latter trains also carry passengers. The above it calculated on standard time. Solar time is about ao minutei fatter, QUEEN & CRESfcJNT ROUTE. New Orleans Limited 3 17 p. m., Special 8.40 P.m. A-- C. Special 3 "6 a. m. . Blue Grass Special 6 00 a m. ; Cincinnati Limited 1.48 p. m.; Fast Mail a is p. m. 11:57 p- yet It was bright, And gaily danced along the stream Of life's wild torrents in its light Of sunbeams sparkling like a dream Ol heav en's own bliss for loveliness For flcctnei like a passing thought; And ever ol such dreams ns thee The tiisuo of my line is wrought. For I have dreamed of pleasures whea The sun of young existence smiled Upon my wayward path, and then Her promised sweets my heart beguiled; Rut when I came those sweets tn sip They turned to gall upon my Up. Tvvas but a bubble Summer days are fast approaching and now is the time that excursionists. pleasurtstMkni and sportsmen should figure out n route for their sum-mvacation. In doing so. the dtlighfully cool summer and fishing resorts located along the Wisconsin Central Lines come vividh to slew, among' wmen are rox uikp, 111 , i.ase ma, ill., Wnukeha, Cedar Lake, Nrenah, Waupaca. K I field, Itctternut and Ashland. WK Wisconsin has within the hist five year become the center of attraction tor mure picture seekers hunters and fishermen than any other Mate tn the Union, mid each vWt incrw-f- i the desire tn again see the charming landscape, hnwthp the baKim fragrance Unit is a part 01 the Inv Igoratlng iitiiiospherp, wander through th colonnades of stately pines and hook the speckled beauties with a nv Fer pamphlet containing valuable information, etc., apply to T S. PATTY, 1). 1 A.. Onattanooga, Tenn J AS. C POND, General Passenger and Ticket Agent, Chicago, 111. ..Muck-wanaghand-made J. II. BAUGHltlAN. MONUMENTS Of,all kinds, II. T. NOEL fer Circuit Judge tn tho ltth District, subject to the action of the democratic party I a Candidate FIRE AND STORM INSURANCE AGENT Representing Mado and Set Up in All Parts of the Country. No Agents employed. M. C. SAUFXJSY, 01 Lincoln, is n Cnndldato for Circuit Judge In mis jumciai UMUKt. subject to the ac lion of the Kim- Hartford, of Hartford, Conn., Ins. Go. of North America, " All of which are Aral-clas- Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, Manchester, of Manchester, Eng1. i9m5; w. F. ADAMS & SON, No.is llroadway, Lexington, Ky. .aer THE London, RILEY D. HOUSE? Kontucky. J. Is a S. OWSLEY, JK., " s Companies. I would Pol. promptly issued. Will insure against tornaicics does, wind storms and lightning. Lightning clauses attached without additional charge Office at First National Hank. Manfori. he pleased to wait on my friends in this line. ftlLEY, I'roprlotor, - - - andldate for Comtronwealth'a Attorney, lectio the action of the Democratic twrty. In sub anv Judicial District to which Lincoln county mar assigned. Trains pass Junction City as lollows: AC Special ia 26a South-bound-- Q m ; tast i i Wail ltlue-Gra- m , North-bound-- DR. W. B. PENNY, Dentist. Office South side Main street, in office recently vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. A. S. PRICE, Office SURGEON DENTIST. over Severance & Son's Store, Main street, Stanford. R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. DENTIST. Is moving to the Higgins office, Lancaster street. Nitrous Oxide Gas given for painless extracting. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. DR. JOHN M. CRAIG, Honioopathio Physician, - - KENTUCKY STANFORD, Office Hours: 10 to u a. m.; to 3 p. m.; 8 to 1 'p. m. Office on Lancaster street, opposite court-hous- e. i r The above firm went into effect July 1st and respectfully asks a share of the patronage ol the public. Salve. All tho Garrard county fox hunters, The best salve in the world tor cuts, bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, letter, chapwith their wives, children and hounds, ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup Office opposite Coffey House, aro at Dripping Springs. lions aad positively cures piles, or no pay requirgivv It is - W. A. Carfion, agent for the Buckeye ed. moneyguaranteed to Trice perfect sausfactioc, HI refunded. 15 cents per box. or 19.6m has sold four mowers and one For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Kv. machine, one twine hinder this season. D. Meesrs. R. J. Breckinridge, M. 0. fa . Saufley and II. T. Noel, democratic canSHELTON HOUSE, tZZJ sick, When circuit judge, will : : Kentucky. didates for of this place Saturday,address When Baby was Child,wo gave her Castor!. Rowland, she cried for C&storia. she was a Aug. the people Office hours 7 to 9 a. in and 5 to 9 p. m. hl. All who are not pledged call and see "When she became Miss, sho clung to Castoria, When she hod Chi Iron, she care them Costorls. if cO the agents. We had the pleasure of attending cl Green Briar Springs Tuesday night. Hedgi F5I am agent for The Central Kentucky of Fence Co.. oi Lancaster, and offer the services ol There are ahout 40 guests, Mr. John Carpenter, of Goodland, Ind., says both myself and the Company to the citiiens ol whom are young ladies. All young men liber"I tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar Lincoln county. I am very thankful for the Ul al patronage received and hope by (air dealing to who desire a nice time, good fare and to rhica Remedr, for iliarrhiea and severe cramps in the stomach and Farmers in need of a Rood with the best merit a continuance. be entertained by tho beauties of the and pains In the worst cases I bowels had to give results. never fence will find me at the Myers House in Stanford casmore dosct to sffect a on each County Court day. land, are advised to check their baggage es onethan three do. Resides Its cure. In mosttotaldose will M. W. JOHNSON. other good 97.6m for Green Briar. ities it is pleasant to take,' 35 and $c cent M This community was shocked to bottles for sale by DrKy L llourne, Druggist and Optician, Stanford, Go hear of tho untimely death of John 0. Dealer In Wnrren, at Williamsburg, who accitaken, lie keeps up Foreign and Domestic Fruits, dentally killed while performing was du The most Celebrated Eye, Ear, To have jour phetzraphall the with his Nose, Throat and Chronic DisConfectioneries, Ac. ty in tho Kentucky Lumber Mill. Ho ease Specialist in the State. Has with him a first class baker and can iurnish was the son of J. W. Wnrron, of this And will give you good atllactl'm. S7 read, Cakes and the like on short notice. place, and about 2(5 years of age. Mr. A J KARP.Manford. Warren moved to Williamsburg eight MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, years ago to accept a position in the V Kentucky Lumber Mill, which ho held isssssssssssssst "T'l OF STANFORD, KY., until his death. He was considered by Depot Streets, Corner Main and all who knew him to as an industrious, Is now fully organucd and rcadyfor business with Kentucky. Stanford, ssssssssssssssMssVrlKn honest man, a kind husband and an af Kr a handsome line of Spring and fectionate Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. Has Just receivel father. He joined the Chrissummer Millinery nnd invites her friends end the Surplus, 19,000. to call in and ret first choice. tian church at the ago of 15 and contintmtitir Hats and Honnets trimmed In the latest stylo by ued fcTlDjBlltt-'-'sssssVT- i ' a faithful member until summoned artistic hands. SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL most MKXsssKT'JhiVv.J BANK OK STANFORD, J.H.YEAGER to appear before his Maker. He, leaves I.M. I1RUCK. Now closing up) with the same assets and under a widow and four children to mourn his the same management. BRUCE & YEAGER, Dy provisions of its chatter, depositors are as loss. The father and family of tho defully protected as aie depositors in National ceased desire to return their thanks to Hanks, its shareholders being held Individually TEED AND SALE STABLE. liable to the extent oi the amount of their stock the people of Williamsburg and Crab Or BfellBlBBSSBBBSiV IHSX fllu therein at the par value thereof, in addition to ths laism iimu ' amount BlsiiiiiSm act shares. It sssssssssWy chard who were so kind in their late be fssjssjijisjH sssssssssssssssl sKSIhsVI executor,invested in such trustee, Ac,mayfully as as STANFORD, KY. as administrator, au individual reavement. DR, J. A. AMOXT, DR. of u CJJj-SJE- 3And 1 ha e dreamed of I riendship, toj For friendship's thought was made To be man's solace in the shade And glad him in the light, and so Happy Hooslors. Highest cash market price paid 1 iondly thought to find a friend Wm. Timmons, postmaster ol Idaviilc, Indians, for writes: "Electric Hitters has done more for wc Whose mind with mine would sweetly Uend' than all other medUines combined, for that bad And as two placid streams unite, feoiing arising from kidney and liver trouble.' And roll their waters in one bright John Leslie, lamer and stockman, of same pla.e, says: "Find Electric Hitters to be the best And tranquil current to the sea, and liver medicine, made me feel like anew So m!ght our happy spirits be man-- " J. W. Gardner, hardvv are merchant, same ISorno onward to eternity. town, say : Electric Hitters is lust the thing for a man who is all run down and don't care whethHut he betrayed me mid with pain er he lives or dies; he found new strength, good I woko-- to sleep and dream again. appetite and felt just like he had a new lease on lilc. Only jc a bottle at A. R. Penny's drug S tyr STANFORD. KY. And then I dreamed ol love, and all store. The clustered visions of the past Ln Grlppo A pain. A. G. Lanhara Seemed airy nothings to that last John II. Castleman. During the epidemic of La Grippe last season Bright dream. It threw a magical Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Enchantment o'er existence cast Coughs and Colds, proved to be the best remedy. A glory on my path so bright. Reports from many who used it confirm this statement Ihev were not only quickly relieved, but I scorned to feel and breathe its light; the disease left no bad alter results. We ask you Hut now that blissful dream is o'er, to give this remedy a trial and we guarantee that And I have waked to dteam no more. jou will be satisfied with resnlts. or the purchase price willbe refunded It has no equal in La lleyond the farthcrcst glimmering star Grippe, or any Throat, Chest or Lung trouble. Trial bottles tree at A R. Penny's Drug Store That twinkles in the arch above, Large bottles, 50c and $1 There Is a world oi truth and lot e Which earth's vllo passions never mar. During the epidemic of tlux in this county last Oh, could 1 snatch the eagle's plumes smnmer I had nard work to keep a supply ot Camberlnlu's Colic, Cholera and Diarrha-- Kcmi-d- y And soar to that blight world above, on hand People often came 10 or 1a miles Which God's own holy light illumes in the night to get a bottle of the remedy have With glories of eternal day I been selling patent medicines for the past 10 5 ears MANAGKRS, and rind that it has given better satisfaction In How gladly every lingering tie cases of diarrhsa and tlux than anv other medi, That binds me down to earth I'd sever, 1. II cine I ever handled Renham, Druggist, Commerce Building-And leave for that blest home on high, Golconda, Pope Co , 111. Over 500 bottles ot this remedy were sold in that county during the epiThis world forever. Agents throughout the South. demic referred to. It was a perfect success and George D. Prentice. was tbe only remedy that did cure the worst cases. Dorens of persons there will certify that it saved their lives. In fourolherrpidemics of bow- "W. CRAB ORCHARD. el complaint this remedy has been equally successful, as and 50 ent bottles tor sale by Dr M STANFORD. KY. Crops aro looking fine in this neck L. llourne, Druggist and Optician Stanford. Ky kid-nc- y As a general liniment for sprains and bruises of fer rheumatism, lame back, deep seated or muscular pins. Chamberlain's Pain tlslm is unrivaled. for sale by I Jr. Jl. L. Uourno, Druggist ami Optician, Stanford, Ky. . e I I have moved ts my new Hotel and am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public. Good Livery attacked and every eoa venlctKc desired. Give me a call. FRANK RILEY. 77 To ITarmors. I Dcoring am Agent for the I'elebrated : Harvesting : Company, .NOTICKTOTlllt. TRAVELING PUBLIC. tb. Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, &c, at M. F. ELK1N & CO., county. Their Hinders a,e unexcelled ant ihrir Keepers and Mowers stanj the highest ol any in the murVrt Also keep all kind of futures on me before purchatiiic office at First aand. National Hank j UALT.HMAN, ,,,m Stanford, Ky. I have opened in connection with my Hotel, MX3SHS First-Clns- HOUSE, II Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co Minersand shippers of the GENUINK s Livery Stable, Original Jellico Coal. oTrL'.t-- i ROYAL OP LIVERPOOL. And offer the services of It to the public. Ilrand new vehicles and fresh blooded horses make my stable compare with crossing. ""' toit "vnU Stanford Ollke eerner ol Depot street and and HIGOINS A WATTS. ' rail-to- ad Tho Bost in tho Country. me a Give call. P W. GRKEN, Proprietor. AL. BURNS, Manager TJIK STANFORD-- " insurance Company, Water,LightandlceCo. Has coniraitd withresponsiUe firms lorlls plants and will have the Le and Plants ted 111 about sixty dars, the Water Plant cororde. soon af-t- cr 1 BA11BEE &OASTLEMAN Louisvillo hollow-hearte- d A. THIBBLE, Local Agont, the woods. m Qucklln'aArnlca td LX3 Stanford, Kentucky. E. PROGTOR, 13 a 3 o In order to rilaca intllvi.liil j.i.n,. i.. ... vance for Water and KleetrU Light, the Company snrs the following STANFORD, KY., Necessary ater pipes will be laid, connected to mains at actual lor pirx and work. Llectrlc wires put In ami necessary fixtures furnished fire el charge .,,,,'e ,of bwl qssjslltjr and gtwrantecd to give JThis Hotel, renovated and refurnished, is now The schedule ef adapted rates Is ia my charge and 1 intend to conduct it m as to per cent, lower than is usually given. IromJjtoio not only maintain its high reputation, but to add to Its long list at friends, itpeiial accommodaRates. tions far commeicial travelers and lino roams fer Schedule of the dlspley of samples. Dwelling of j rooms, one fined J(M, Kach additional room. . . A First-Claas'.SaloI OS auuiuouai r.in lUnka ainl Hunt .... Private HAcM, laucel And MILLIARD and POOLROOMS attached. Stores, llaths, private, one lauxet J CM JOSKl'H COFKKY Hose attachment lor spitoklci Stable., private, one animal '.' a Mch addilsonal animal 1 o THE GOFFEY HOUSE JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. ni Yearly Water 1 on 37-- tf Electric Light Rates. Por oomsaercial wse: One arc ami three i c. p. iewandewcfit U J . .. w ,. mm prr .. ' o 1. " iDvnM.eni HtNl, ... km. .. " t " " .. ' 1. " 11 i 31 ' Far Ross4snt i IT 11 I' C cent ktMp ter me... . M sil . ' ,l " ' H II ., h 4th" I r ca H .lditifMl I r I nther miormation, arpls t 6 u M I! 15 30-j- in 3 e o U: iJ .. TO THE FARMERS. two-thir- td rd '' a l J W MANDrs.Su, t s sjnmnfflja to Earp's Art Gallery Junction City Marble&Granite Works JUNCTION CITY, KY Have just eret tc.1 a new Martde and lraniie Houmi and am fully ptejvared to till ordets for all I have 11. my kind ul Marbl and (.ramie work My (relfctit employ skilled workmen fr'-- the and I will nut r tin- lici HUM can not bit deroUl jl JOE S. WRIGHT latest Improvements, 9-iy tjt. I Milliner and Dress'Maker ----v tsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssV FarfflersBank&TrnstCo. s t o ok: p a h m POR SALE Hlue-Grass "LOCUST GROVE" '35Sjlsssssiif'iwAfCy . isLsssssssssssssssssB'asssssssssisssssssssssssrssssssss fni-rnlt- -- Will .iSBBBBBBBBBBBBsl it I anu accessible tn the Mamoril and wanviiie lm- This is one of tho best block Faints in the region and is in a high state of cuili vation Abundance of water far all purposes Soil is fertile and is suitable for the growing of hemp, lobacta, corn and wheat. Ihe Und is m. located so that it can Ix divided and two firm Farms made The improvements are a Urge and commodious dwelling, a convenient stock barn, Ac. Ihe Wt of fruit of all kinds, etc Ferinlor-maileK It JONES, Stanford. apply to I. D IONKS. O V RILEY, Plncville. Hue-Gra- ss a, The finest Farm and richest soil in Lincoln c., comprising 450 acres ol Land, situamiles ol Stamord. the count v seat ted within ofljncoln Fronted by the Shelby Cltylvuoptle to WILLIAM 1 NEW RIGS AND HORSES Have been purchased and nothing but turnouts will leave the stable. first-class Give Hi em 37 a Call. I J. II. Mclntyre's family of four and tho colored cook, of Buena Viata, Ky., ate cabbage for dinner and died shortly afterwards. Upon inyMtiRation it was found that a poisonous snako bad been cooked with tbe cabbage. The above is from the Cincinnati Enquirer, which ia always the willing dupe of any kind of a sensation, no matter if it ia manufactured by one who drinks con traband whisky in dark alleys, and as a consequence sees snakes and other horrible varmints, where thoy do not exist. J. S. APPLEMAN M. D., THE CLLF.I.RATED To those who entrusted their bulsincss 10 us while mnaglng the Lincoln National Hank ol Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and trust ihcy will continue to transact their busmeat with us, offering as a guarantee fer prompt attention to same, our twenty years experience ir banking andas liberal accommodations as arc consistent with sound banking. DIHectoks: J J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; J, M. Hail, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S.J. Embry, Stanford; J. E. Lynn, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, Milledgeville; J. F. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stantord, Ky. S II. Shanks, President. J. II. Owsley, Cashier. W M. Hrlght, Teller. 11. t. isrsii, Ky. REAL ESTATE AGENT i Stanford, I Solicited. Stock Catile and Sheep a apetialty. I ersons having any of the above described sto-for sale or wishing to pur base ssme, will di wK .0 call nn or addn-sme An estierience of fifteen years In this businees has W n of profit to me and I think I can make it pr.lita le both to the buyer and seller a.Mr.ts Stsnford, Ky. ioi Office at the Myr. a Houtr s 1 Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs Dealer in the above MORELAND, p ft?' HOUSE AND LOT FOR RENT. I offer for lout the ituute and Lot belonging to the estate of Capt. Gaines Craig, and adjoining Stanford, Dr,J. U. Owsley, on Hustonville street, necessary Kyi It hai eight rooms, good well and outhouses. . 1. .vl. .MCKUiiiiKia, Agent, Stanford, Ky. t English Specialist, Formerly Professor of Practice of Medicine, Electrical Medical College, TORONTO, CANADA, Now Examining Physician of the .....,...,. iS-i- We will pay the above reward for any casoo Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, In- digestion. Constipation or Costivencss we can not cure with West's Vegetablo Liver Pills, when the directions are strictly complied with. They are purely vegetable and never fail to give satislac-do- n. Sugar coated. Large boxes, containing 30 pills, 35c. Reware of counterfeits and imitations. lohn C. T he genuine manufactured only by The R. PenWest Co., Chicago, III. For sale by A. y ny. 93-'- S5o REWARD. Southern Medical Institute, ole Homestead strikers. diseases of both sexes and his skill as an expert in this class Tho chairmen of tho democratic cessfully, of cases is well established Treats sucand A new and Complete treatment, consisting of county committees of the 7th CongressCures suppositories, Ointment in Capsules, also in box ional district Will meet flt Frankfnrr and pills, a positive cure fur External, Internal, Chronic or Weeding, Itching, Chrouc, Recent or August 11, to nominate a candidate for Acute andDiseases of C.itarrli( Ringing in Ears, Iillnd Kye, Ear, Nose, Throat, Deafness, Hereditary Piles. This remedy has never been known to fail. $1 per box, 6 for $ji sent by mail. Congress. No opposition to the Hon. Lungs, Kidney, Urinary and Madder troubles llnght's Disease, Diabetes, Dyspepsia, ConstiWhy suffer from this ternllo disease when a writpation, Rheumatism aud Paralysis, Epilepsy or ten guarantee is positively given with 6 boxes, to W. C. P. Breckinridge is anticipated. refund the money if not cured. Send stamp for R. M. Owens, of Mason county, for .IIS I'U.lllVClJT LUICUi Young or middle aged men suffering' from Sper- free sample Guarantee issued by A It. Penny, Druggist and sole agent, Stanford, Ky. Call lor some years a leading member of the matorrnea, luipotency, Eruptions, theisresults of errors or excesses, should call before it too late. samples. church, has been indulging freely in ve gurantce a cure if case has not gone too far. Superfluous hair and drink of late and a few nights ago some permanently removed. all eruptions of the face tea. The Directory of this Rank 11 composed 01 of his neighbors undertook to punish and T, J. Foster, of Stanford; reform him by whipping and ducking Forestus Reid, Lincoln county; As SypTiili", Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, utc, him in the Ohio river. J. W. Hayden, Stanford; cured by never failing remedies. S.H. Raughman, Lincoln; Dr E. C. West's Nerve and Drain Treatment, a A Fall river baker was recently given as Leucorrhea, painful Diseases of women, such Fits, Neuralgia. a. specific for Hysteria, Dimness, M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; Menstruation, Displacement ot Womb, .bearing Headache, Nervous Prostration caused hy alcohol an order to make a pie weighing 2,000 down pains in back, relieved in short time. S. T. Harris, Lincoln; Soft. mbacco. WakeluIness.Meiital Depression,......- pounds. The .. .... t The Doctor carries all his portable. Instruments n...av. ......,,....-...-J, contents were COO pounds enlng ot a. J. S. Hocker. Stanford; liram, caui. k Age, IUrrenneas, Loss, of and comes prepared to examine the most obscure death. Premature OldItnnotency. I.ucorrbwa of beef, 400 of mutton, 500 of fowl and medical and surgical cases. G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; and Power m either sex, He undertakes no incurable diseases but cures T. P. Hill, Stanford. all Female Weaknesses, involuntary Lpsves, Self 300 of potatoes. It took ono barrel of hundreds given up to die. or brain, caused by W. G. Welch, Stanford; flour to make the crust. The measureA month's treatment Abuse, W.P.Tate, Stanford. mail We guarantee six boxes to ments were 8 feet long, CONSULTATION FREE i, six lor $S by 5 feet wide and OFFICERS: six boxes with $5 cure Each order forrefund 1! not curedwill .end 2 And Confidential. Address feet deep and it was sufllcient to servo I. S. Hocker, 'President; to o?ly by A. R. Penny, Druggist and 2,000 people. J. S. APPLEMAN. M. D., John J, McRoberta, Cashier; 97Ky agent, Stanford, sm ip !flrIS' JAPANESE 1 CURB LOUISVILLE, KY. In the eastern penitentiary of Penn sylvania convict James Hodman suicided be at Myers House, Stanford by setting his mattress on fire, sitting Will Tuesday, Aug. 16. down in the flames and cutting his From g a.m. to 6 p.m., one day only, returning throat. every tour weens aunng tueyear. The Carnegie mill at Duqueane, Ta , Dr. Applemanis a graduate of ISellevue Hospithas resumed operations. Nearly all the al Medical College, New York City, and the Electrical Medical College. Toronto. Canada. He has strikers returned to work. They said made a special study ot the diseases he treated in the they could not afford to take further eral great Rellevue and Charity Hospital for sevyears and recognizes nosupcrior in diagnosing chances to show their sympathy for the and treating Chronic Diseases He devotes all his time to the treatment of chronic and nervous FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. Capital Stock Surplus $200,000 18,500 Permanently Attention of the public is invited to the fac that this is the only National Rank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Dank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders liability lor an amount equal to the stock, so that depositors of this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. Five sworn statements ofthecondition of the bank are made each yearto the United States government and its assets arc examined at stated times by government agents, thus securing addititona and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as the Deposit Rank of Stanford in 1858, then lied as the National Hank ol Stanford in iS6j and as the First National Rank of again Stantord in i83a, has had practically an uninterrupted existence of 33 years. It is better supplied now with facilities for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fidu ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solic- - Blood and Skin Diseases. . I ..-..- a over-exerti- on ed -f fa, i Louisville, Ky. A. A. McKiuney, Assistant Cashier. have i) 'iite a nnmberW r ARMS If rsaleol the very best II Lands in Lincoln county 'Ihese Farms are all well improved ami good rich lands, running 11 sue from 5010500 Ai.res. Considering Ihcis locality, their nchneii ami Schedule July 17, gyi of soil, the con vein cure of turnpikes and railroads that bring markets right tn our door. Ihev I LEAVU NOR I ON DAILY arc cnoaper vnii um i.im 01 any oiiis r,iouacyam the State There is scarcely a Farm in the coun.p safer Graham, Uluofteld, Pocahontas and 3 ty over 5 miles from a depot. intermediate station. 'I he county is checked with turnpikes running Illuefield, Radlerd, Roanoke, and inevery direction There n not a public ruatf Lynchburg, the county seat that is mU Macadamuod. Roanoke) fer Richmond and Norfolk. Also (via Washington, llagerstewn, Harris-burWe have the Knotvillo Ilranch of the L. A N. It Philadelphia and New York. K. dividing the county from Uast to Weal and the Pullman Sleeping Cars from Lcui'villo to C. S. R. R. from North to Niuthj the K C. R. K. via Norton and Radford; also Radlord to Irom this place to Cincinnati, crossing the C. & O. at Winchester, giving full access to the markets of few to v 'k, via Shenandoah Junction, also Ra. lord ashington; also from Lynchburg to ihe whole world. Resides, we have three large Flour Mills 111 the county that give us a market '"' r ocahontas, Powhatan nnd Good- for all our grain right at home, and the developwill leave Uluefield daisy at o 05 a in, j 15 p w ami ment of the mountain regions ol Eastern and 7 P m. i Kentucky bv tailroads and the out.. . rralns let South by railroads has created such a demand I .... .r. arrive at Norton Irom the East dail ,n,l A. r.,... for all kinds of cereals and provender that weean , Washlncton afij Chsltiiim.ir. " . ,.r !.. u scarcely retain enough tor homc:onsumpt!on. iraui T w. . miiitii, V.AkllCH HUH The people are prosperous, generous and kind, via bhcnamloah Valley sleeping cars runs daily ruuie, stopping only at believing in Christianity and education. There Luray, Shenandoah, llasie, Keunok uuml Kailfnrd. is not a neighborhood in the county but has a North Round Limited leaves dford 11 good church and school-housror further information as to schedules, o p m Stanford, ihe county scat of Lincoln, is a pros- Ac apply tc, agents of Norfolk A Western rates Rail perous little city oi about 3,500 inhabitants and is road or to WR.IIKVILL, the great doorway from the North and NorthGen. Passenger Agt.. Roanoke, Va. east South and from the Northwest to Southeait, and standing as it does gating richt into the bos .TAKE THE. om of the undeveloped mountains of Southeastern Kentucky backed up by the whole Illue Grass rigion ol the State with railroads running through It to all points of the compass, makes it naturally one of the best located towns In the South for mannfactures and other enterprises of magnitude. Water Wcrks are now being agitated and right hs of a mile abouc the town abouW there could he erected Water Works with very (9Lt0UI8mtMeiiliy CHICACO'Kr ftoT little cost that would supply a city of 150,000 inhabitants with the purest and best water in the world, Our littlo city has been newly rebuilt in the last few years and its business houses ard residences will compare with larger cities of greater pretensions. Our merchants and tradesmen are LINE TO We huve two all prosperous and doing well banks with a capital stock ol $400,000 that are good condition. prosperous and in a We have splendid schools. We have a Female College, a large brick building, with over 100 pu ..And., nils 111 attendance and under the prlncipalship ot Prof. J. M. Hubbard, is in a flourishing condition. We also have a Seminary that is a good school, with Prof II. F. Illakemanatits head. We haveone of the oeet Public School buildings ic this section of the State, with over 100 puptls in ..And., attendance, and with other good private schools, you see our school facilities are excellent Wo have elegant church builnitigs, representing every denomination, with a full corps 01 ministers of fias class talent and are doinga belter, business than any class of men in the city. ,,u(ret s,eepin Ca" I have tried to make this statement as facts, without anv exaggeration or coloring, as those No change of cars, best accommodations, nuick who know will bear no out, and those who wish to buy pleasant homes at talr prices and locate csl time and lowest rates, For information address amongla good people with all the best surroundings, would do well to call and see me beforo elsewhere y. G. CRUSH, D. p. A Louisville. NWNorfolkiWesternRI fer-tili- iocmlur g. Nor-fel- k Rich-inon- d South-easter- n T.u-.- r ti.n..i ". ... e. three-fourt- THE WORLD'S FAIR OMffOAE(Dc pots wjest NOl$TJBCW3IDST0 -- RViiittSK .S T pur-hasi- ng rf.' i - A. ..tlA..- - jnn4'3lji- - J. Ai-- , iJffrtht-- i gj4t.t t iv b isinr. ' - "