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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892081601 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. 1 X o- - ff' kv Semi Weekly Interior vol. xx. DANVILLE. 11. Journal NO. 49 STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. AUGUST 16. 1892. MIDOLEBUnO, CASEY COUNTY. TO MY HUSBAND. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. I h? f i Tliomas Miller is having built n nieo From Dear Kate's Scran-BooThe kiudiTgxittiii school will bo! An infant child of Mr. Josliun and Pubavonue, near tho opened hero iu September. Adams tiled Sunday morning nnd is lo house on Janie-Was- h lished in Affectionate RememDANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Reese it Hatcher have dissolved bo buriod In tho Danville cemetery to- residence of John Wilcher. brance of Her. Several from hero attended the MexStrong In tho faith of woman partnership in the barber business, Mr. day, Monday. THE NEXT SESSION OF THIS INSTITUTION BEGINS SEPTEMBER 14, 1802, I lift mine eyet to thln, Reese going into tho Catching buildA freight train smashed n wagon ican bIiow at Yosemito Saturday night. AnJ feel thou art a true man With n full couroof ttndy, both EiirIhIi and ('lastlcnl. While the c nw ot instruction It especially ing. nnd crippled n horso belonging to n col- "B'ar dancing," dog fighting and singing adapted to prepare young men for tho Freshman Clan, it It Intended at the tame time to furnish a To love at loud ai mine, Frank Johnson, of Lily, and O. liberal English, education tuanjr who desire It. In connection with the Arademy, ored man named Henry Walker, Friday were on the programme. Fond at the (lower that tunltth Miss Willie Gann and sister returnTo where tbn sunbeamt thine . Brown, of London, haye been registered morning near tho depot. A nt the Hotel Warwick, the pact eek, acMiss Nannie 8. Sowcll and Mr. ed from Hustouville Saturday from a What need of words revolting Hat been established In the Home and under the pergonal control of the Principal Regular ttudy All thou det know full well? cused of a little bit more than a plain hours under the supervision of the 1'rincipal and asoitUnts and the restraints and go eminent of Ilicbnrtl West were married in the conn- - week's visit. Jessie Buice is still low n home aro combined with the best educational advantages. True love hath no concealing, olllco Thursday, evening by with typhoid fever. B. K. Swope is drunk in a grwit temperance town tyclerk'a For lurther particulars in regard to board, tuition, etc , address And eyet with secrets tell, London benti any town of Hp si.e Ilev. J. U. Allen. Tho bride is from slowly recovering from an attack ot I.ove firm as rocks still braving JAMES B. "WALTON. Principal, Danvlllo, Ky. llux. Alin the State for hotels. VW bave the Junction City. Mr. West lives near Unmoved the ocean'i well. Nearly a suflicient amount of money . Riley House, the Jackson, tin Catching, um Jprings. Within thy hand now laving old has been ralted to build a bridgo over me .Mason, the J'rnviiuv nnd the ComWalker Henfro, n My hand I place lecurp, Green river between this place and YosN'or doubt nor feur betraying ; colored man, diod Thursday evening of mercial, at any of which iho appetite of emito and the work will begin at once. My Uith It fatt and ture tho most fastidious can be satisfied, alllux. lie was a Baptist in faith. Kov. OPENS SEPT. 14, 1892. This will satisfy a long felt want of the Kail at the twining ivy, though tho prices vary considerably. Wallace Fisher, of tho Colored Baptist Twcnty-ve- n At oakt thatitorint endure. protesters and instructors, eight courses of ttudy at follows- Agricultural, Scientific public. Tho writer was at tho Dillion Springs Biological, Ciil Knghieering, Mechanical Engineering, Veterinary, Classical, Normal School. County church, conducted the funeral services Clay Lyons was tried Saturday for Nay, if my pulse flutter, picnic, which was tho most orderly and appointed received free of tuition. Hoard in dormitories $1 per week; in private families S3.J0 to $4. Friday evening. 'Tit not tho thrab of fear; JAS K. PATTERSON, Ph. D., Pros., Lexington, Ky. returned to stabbing one Charles Gadberry in the MiHs Willie Taylor nicest thing of tho kind he has ever at- For catalogue! apply to My lipt no word could utter back with a knife. The case was held Of doubt while tho art near; Ureensburg Saturday after n visit to tended. Tho dinner that Mr. Dillion over until circuit court. Stone Bros., of So let my ttay le ever furnished was ample for all and was just Mrs. H. O. Snndifor. Master Henry Thine arm to dear and near. will re- Liberty, defended, while Godbey proseSandifer accompanied her and like the ones furnished a gencuted. Gadberry is reported to bo in a Ye- - draw me to thee nearer, main several weeks. Mrs. J. 0. F.vans tleman's entertainment of his personal very bad condition. They nro botli boys And whiipcring tweet and low, V nnd children have returned from a visit friends. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. In accents that are dealer of 1 i and HI years. to Crab Orchard. Tho chairman of tho republican Than chiming water'! (low. Tell mo tho lovo thou feelett Mr. B. J. Durham went to Louis county committee here has received a CHURCHAFFAIRST 1892. No change can ever know. vlllo Saturday to testify in behalf of the letter from his State central committee Full of Conservatory and Normal School teachers, .Superior courses in Literature, Music and The South Keutucky Association prosecution in tho case of tho State of Oht thut upon tliec leaning, instructing him to nppoint men in each An. corpt Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. At woman ever should, Marion F. Jackson, charg- will bo held this week at Kubanks and Kentucky vh. county precinct to explain the new elecThy heart may learn the morning ed with bigamy. Mr. Durham was pres- the Tate's Creek next week at tion law and to teach his people tho now Of trustful womanhood. balloting system. It behooves the dem: ent when tho ceremony marrying JackLeaning on rami her weakneis, 1!) days' Uev. B. F. Taylor h With strength to be endured. son to Mary Curtis, of Danville, was meeting at ocrats all over the State to bo equally as Cornishville, on the Gth, after Catnell't Family Magiilnc. performed, Oct. 271 SOI. well prepared. n very successful revival. There were .Dealers In. trial. Jackson was held for further London voting precinct has been diOo additions to the church. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Danville Dock Coulter, colored, and Dick vided, ono precinct being placed up Advocate. young stairs in tho court house and tho other Hocker, white, both small boys, were ar Foil Salk. Good cow and Tho meeting at ML Xenia, conductrested Friday for breaking into F. S. Mary Wray. below. Tho upstairs will be called Loned by Uev. A. V. Si.emoro is largely at calf. Mrs. Tuttle's store nt Junction City on tho tended every night and Sunday night Win. Moreland bought while in don No. 1 and tho other Piney Woods, AND S00 ewes and wethers. Monday night previous. They say that and will be known as No. 2. Pittsburg tho crowd could not bo seated. Mies Tennessee Gib Taylor, another white boy, wns as- Hackley is Win. Moreland bought by telegraph Hast Bernstudt and Altamont will all tho flint convert. sociated with them in the enterprise. from Beard it Hall, of Cleveland, Tenn., have a voting place and the balance will Hew Preston Blake, who has had 'J 10 ewes at $5 125 per head. Coulter nnd Hocker are tho Mine boys bo at, heretofore. Quecnswarc, Glassware, Tinware, Lamps, Chamber Sets, Dinner charue of tho Baptist church in this city who were arrested for a similar caper Brother Drye, of Hustouville, sold Tho different democratic 'chairmen for the hast two years, has accepted n for the Empire Wheat Drill. several months ago, for which llScker to Light Hudson, of Boyle, his lino New of the counties of the 11th Congrcssion Sets. Also agents "nager'- kept in call at Dayton, Ky., and preached his York saddle Ptallion for was "paroled" and tho al district will meet in London next first sermon in that place last Sunday. iail live or sir weeks. This time they Two of F. lipid's fine 1,500 pound baturday to name a time and place for Richmond Hegister. got a small iimount of money and n engaged in a tight Friday, when holding a convention to nominate n dem Those persons who so often havo re- steers of merchandise from Mr. Tuttle. cut the jugular vein of tho other, ocratic candidate or Congress. James sponded to Bro. Barnes' appenls for fi- one Mr. Thomas P. Young, an old lawkilling him instantly. Slushor, Charles Metcalf and Jako nancial assistance nro wondering if tho yer, and for many years judce of tho G. B Cooper's fine bird dog, Jim, of Bell, Sam C. Hardin, of Clinton, Lord loaned him the ,000 ho is Baid to police court of Danville, died Monday a got into Will Hays' sheep tho other and Cal Baker, of Clay, aro all candiInvested in Middlt'shoro. Louisville little after 12 o'clock. Deceased hail Times. No. Ho pold night and killed several. Mr. Cooper dates and tho scramble for tho honor is Dealers In his interest in been in declining health for some very promptly had tho dog killed. likely to bo lively. Sanibel Island. months ami bed fist for several weeks Tho Harrodsburg Democrat reports At tho convention held hero SaturF.ld. J. G. Livingston has just closod Iwforehis death. His disease was diatwes at day to send delegates to Catlettsburg on sales of 100 splendid n ten days' meeting nt Preacheisyillo betes, combined with a stomach trouble. 50 stack hogs at 5. Hogs are August IS, A. L. Reid was made chairwith t additions to tho church of Christ $0.75 and Judge Young was a native of Madison being engaged for October delivery at man and John Pearl secretary. After a bv con fff sion nnd baptism nnd the county, but a citfron of Danvlllo since to 5c. committee on resolutions had been apmembership in that community has been Qc. early manhood. Ho was contemporary The Woodford Sun figures from care- pointed, tho following was reported and greatly built up anil gone to work in witli Joshua F. Bell, W. 0. Anderson, ful returns that the wheat crop of that unanimously adopted: The following goods we are going to close out earnest. They organized a church of 10 M.T. Chrismnnand J. T. Boylo of tho members and n Sunday school this year was 750,000 bushols nnd Resolved, 1st. That wo approve of tho and will county old school of lawyers. Ho rode over the (100,000 of it lias already sold at an call for a convention of the lBt appellate soon build them a house of worship. that circuit with them and had many a tilt average of 0c. judicial district, to bo hold at Catletts I). Let the good work go on. with them on tho hustings and at the Will Moreland sold to S. 11. Baugh- - burg, August IS, 1S92, to nominate o Gems from Sam Jones' sermons: bar. In his prime he wns a pleader of man 110 owes at $350 and 00 wethera at for judge of the Court of Ap"Kentucky raises $50,000 colts and boys considerable force. Witty and quick at $,V25. Ho also sold to Win. Moore, of peals. It will pay you to see them if you need anything in the list: $j& interrupt worth three for a dollar." "I tun an Boylo, a lot of owes at $1 and to Gentry repartee It was hazardous to r T....I. o.l Tlml lli.o T.,L, .. i -- v.. .iraiiyun,uav,rouU uncompromising, unllinching, Ill, UUUIi- ll. him in nn argumout, as tho following Bros. .1 bucks at SI 1. son, C. R. Brock, O. II. Moses, P. F. All light Dress Goods, including Fine Dress Patterns, prohibitionist. I would Park, Saturday, nt Stillings, M. T. Young, John Pearl, will illustrate: Once when addressing a At Monmouth A. , Organdies, Swisses, Challies, Canton Crepes, a fe- rather havo the dovil for president nnd odds of 10 to 1, in tho Kan way Handicap jury in tho Danville L. Reid, J. M. Russell, Joe Young and no whisky than ono of you and whisky.' male, defendant, whom he was alluding Urandonburgh Cloth, Vine Apple Tissue, Cotton Challies; ran tho mile in 1:371, tho fastest George Wren bo nnd are hereby apam against tho saloon keeper for tho Kildeer straight pointed delegates t the above mentionto in severe terms, sprang to her feet "I time over made in a raco over I am against tiie nnd cried out, "Young, every word you same reason that course. ed convention and are instructed to cast Gents' Puff Shirts, Ladies' and Misses Shoes, louse they inako their living oil' tho have said nbout me since you began that Anderson Carr's great maro, Nancy tho vote of Laurel county for tho Hon. Caches' Waists, Ladies' ready made Underwear, of tho family." speech is a lie." Tho speaker turned to head Carr, won a raco at Aurora, Ind., last J. II. Uazelrigg, of Mt. Sterling, audt? including Gowns, skirts, Corset Covers, &C her and bowing, said, "Madam you aro.n week in 2:35. There wore 13 contestants uso all honorable means to secure his Judge Saufley. Also a splendid line of light Wraps," I lady; I will add that to tho rest of the Tho following from a Louisville friend of and sho had no trouble whatever in win- nomination. lies I have told," and then continued Judge Saullcy appeared in Friday's ning. At Bloominglon, III., Bho won 2d his argument as though nothing had money in 2:23J. Kissed and Made Up. happened. His self possession beforo a A dispatch from San Antonio Bays tho l.'tth judicial district of Ken"In A persoual litter to tho editor froDi jury was perfect and his quaint elo- tucky there aro threo democratic aspir-ut- s that never in tho history of Texas has Crab Orchard says: quence rose sometimes to a height that U. J. she raised such a largo corn crop, and for judicial honor., I notice that yoti nay in a recent issue i m ui;bvviin-hi,isX capiureu nia narurs. Breckinridge, II. T. Noel nnd M. 0. Sauf- many fanners are now beginning to that Mr. ami Mrs. John McClure nro terms as rounty and town attorney and ley. Tho first named lives iu Boylo harvest and contract their crops while not living together and have not "rnnde W m V m iai frequently as magistral during his count', tho second in Garrard and tho they can get 25 cents to 10 cents per up." Now I think you are a fair inind-- i long residence in Boyle 'county. For a last named in Lincoln county. I know-eac- biiBhel. cd dim and gunorally imii to pet at facts' number of years ho has been a member There aro 0M) entries in the 11 prin- beforo you of these men to bo worthy and well publish a news item, but in nuil constant attendant of tho 2d Presby- qualified, but permit mo to bay that Hon. cipal stakes of the Latonia Club, which this particular instance you have been terian church. His surviving children M 0. Hautley has no superior in this will hold its fall meeting beginning imposed rrcsTSSTEsri upon. In the intere.it of fair are Mrs. Ann Young, of Atlanta, Cia., State, and hut few equals, as a scholar, a Aug. 27. In addition to them aro the play allow me to inform you, and you and Mrs. Kdward Flaig. of Danville. Ho jurist and a gentleman. Kimball with til) entries, tho Kentucky can inquire for yourself, for that Mr. and , was ubout 81 years old. Tho funeral Central with 72 entries and tho Zoo Zoo Mrs. McCluro I havo known him I know him well. have not only "made up," Tuesday, nt Castor! eurea Colic, Constipation, children that will take place 'CattorUlfl for many years. Ho was appointed by with 05 entries. but aro now living happily together at I recommend It so well adapted to prescription Sour Stomach, Dlarrhajo, Eructation, a superior to an jJl o'clock. Mrs. Miry Young, his vener- Mr. Cleveland a judge of tho Supremo At Grand Rapids, Mich., tho gelding Flora, 111. Thoy left here on Kills Worms, gltesi sleep, and proinotoa dlthe night known to me." II. A. Archer, M. D., able widow, is bo very ill with lung dis- Court of Wyoming for four years, which Hal Pointer, won threo Btraight heats of tho 2oth medication. ult., Mr, McClure and his Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y, Icestion, ease that her physicians think it will olllco ho filled with satisfaction to tho from the fast little stallion Direct. Tho little daughter boarding', the night exTu Centaur Compa.vt, T7 Murray Street, M. Y. not bo long beforo she joinB her compan- peoplo and honor to himself. Judgo time for tho three milo heats was 2:09, press at this point. They were joined at ion of bo many years. Sautley is not onlv a deop thinker, but 2:11 and 2:131. Over tho same track Rowland by Mrs. McClure, who camo Kenone of tho most eloquent nud captivat- Nancy Hanks, tho phenomenal from her cousin's, Mrs. Dud Holmes. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. tucky trottor, went n milo in her record They have gono there to reside permaing orators I over heard speak. J. N. MENEFEI A. C SINE James Dobson was hanged at Little Ho novor ubph intoxicants of any kind timo of 2:09. nently, eo their relatives here Bay. stallion raco at Grand In tho $10,000 Rock, Ark., for the murder of his wife. and is ono of the most industrious men Rapids, Mich., Alvin, the winner, went An Illinois man married a widow in his profession. A Lexington woman was relieved 2:151, 2:2141, and n ready made family of '22 children Saturday of a tape worm 15 feet long. I hopo Unit tho peoplo of his district tho threo milo heats in any Inst week. will elect him to tho exalted position of 2:141, tho fastest ever trotted in stallion raco. Harry Noble, valT. J. Kitroll, i!2, and Miss Mary T. a circuit court judge, as I am euro ho Wheeler wero married near Millodgo-vill- will adorn tho bench nnd uphold tho bar ued nt $30,000, and entered in tho big last week. nice, was found dead in his stall that of Kentucky." m 1 M. Browning, of Huntington, morning. Allen John P. Lapsley, a former legislator aged CO, has been married six II. L. Collins, after casting out tuo W. Vn., damaged wheat from his crop, threshed Oflicc times and is tho father of 07 chil dren. from Mercer, died Friday. Representative John G. Warwick, 412 bushels from 12 acres. Tho variety Charles Pitman, a widower of :il, living at Kubanks, Pulaski county, was who defeated Gov. McKiuloy for Con- wasthe Winter Red Clossen and the married yesterday to Miss Jane Turner, gress in the 10th Ohio district two years abovo figureB show that it yields largely. ago, died iu Washington. Mr. Collins sold 50 bushels of his crop aged 17, at O. K., this county. Mi. and Mrs. W. II. Murphy aro last Monday at $1 per bushel. Marshall, MissLonkey, a .Northfield, Minn., Men's medium and light weight bolle, had two suitors for her hand and called upon to mourn tho death of their Tenn., Gazette. eho agreed to give it to tho ouo who little son, Allio Paul, who died about Tom Slaughter, of Mercer, shot should whip in a fight in her presence. o'clock Sunday of brain trouble. Ho Ely at the Lawrenceburg fair, in She was watching tho encounter from a was a bright little fellow of IS months Frank t leg, breast and hip. buggy when tho horse took fright and and his loss will bo sadly felt in tho the Tho 27th annual convention of the Worth Irom $5 to $16 per suit. Nice line cheap pants worth from ran away, throwing her out anJ killing household, which the cruel monster bad Union will be not previously visited. In the hour of Kentucky Sunday-schoo- l her. Si. 2 5 to Si. 75. A few more pairs of Ladies' Shoes in broken sizes. their ailliction it will be a comfort, small held in Urey Hall, Princeton, August 23, All the above goods must be closed out regardless of cost; so call and THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. though it be, for tho stricken father and 24 and 25. Btated, with apparent authoriA Cream of Tarter Dalinc Powder. Highest of examine goods and get prices. Full line Fruit Jars in stock. It is mother to know that their friends sinThe silly bill to" make St. Patrick st, united State Senator David B. Hill will toko an in leavening Mrengiu.-LateGovernment Food Heport. The ty, that day a legal holiday, was lost in tho Sen- cerely BymyathUe with them. October, speaking first' in ROYAL BAKING POWDERCO, want of a constitutional majority, burial occurred at Buffalo cemetery yes- the Bturap in ate for 106 Wall ttrcet, New York. Tammany Hall. terday at 3 i'. m. Bhould havo been. as it Centre College Academy, Home Boarding nud Training Department Chrit-tla- well-kno- STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. Blue-gras- s Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 6tli, Preach-orsvill- e. clos-e- d FARRIS & HARDIN, HABDWAIB B3V BRANCH STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, - few-articl- i0- Cor-bet- t, Sl SON. 1 Dry Goods and Notions, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes, Carpets, aenn-didat- Regardless : of : Cost. court-hous- e, , M! Courier-- Journal: to-wi- h I 1 w:K1 - H MMmiMWiBUKtiMW A wJ , liJ il ill - d. V B infant and Children. free-for-a- ll & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of The and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. o STANFORD LUMBER YARD, THEY MUST GO 1 POWDER SUITS, Al y Absolutely Pure W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. - -- - f 'J Semi-Week- ly InteriorJoukml KY., AUGUST 1G, 1892 The preposterous proposition that tho members of tho General Assembly are entitled to draw pay during their three months' recess, was seriously considered, but only about a dozen men had the hardihood on the final vote to go on Yec- ord for it. Tho constitution provides that members shall receive fo a day dur ins their attendance on the sessions of tho Legislature. Under this it is a stretch of right for absentees to be paid during the session, but it is almost past belief thot any member of tho present body, as mediocre as it is generally, should seriously think he is entitled to pay for n recess of three months. Soma of tho members sav they nro going to test tho matter in the courts as to their right, which thoy will havo to do and win before the auditor will order the treasurer to pay them. Not many of tho members expect any further favors from their constituents, if indeed they aro permitted to live, nnd any kind of a salary grab would go with them. Soventy-llv- o counties of this Stato woro represented Friday in tho Federal 8TANFOKD, W. F WALTON, i r w The action o( the judicial district comA,, " A 4F.,TF-!rfVF- ) mittee, in refusing to modify their call : TA w for a primary, is criticized by the Dan ,&, Tpy i.s, 9) ville Democrat solely because the candidates for judge were not allowed to seWe to close lect the officera of the election, though this was the third and presumably the least important, objection urged by the protcstants, Noel and Breckinridge, against the work of the committee. The manner of selecting officers is not only We cost. s In line with precedent, but is the fairest and only feasible plan that could be S l-- 2c of adopted. Our files show that substanl-- 2c tially the samo mode was adopted in 1SSG in tho call for a primary to nomijured. nate candidates for judge and CommonThe people's party, and wo had not Near Clinton, la., threo sleepers of wealth's attorney, nnd this, so far as wo heard that there was a member of it in a special Knights Templar train, on tho remember, bos always been tho prac the district until the announcement, will Chicago and Northwestern road, wero tice. The committee should so frame the hold a convention at Harrodsburgon tho derailed and 14 of the occupants, who call as to cover every state of case that 30th to nominate a candidate for Con wero mostly from Pennsylvania, inmay arise. When they acted there were gress against Gov. McOrcary. Wo havo jured. it is true, three candidates for judge and also learned, but it is only hearsay nnd Logan Murphy, the Magoffin county three election oilicers to be selected, but not legal evidence, that tho prohibition- desperado, who is confined in tho Mt. they did not know and had no right to presume that there would be no other ists have also put out a candidate, with Sterling jail, quarreled with another prisrepublicans yet to hear from. Our oner, Arch Steole, and probably fatally candidates. It was possible nnd at that the popular representative will have to hump stabbed him with a knile ho had in some time probable that there would be anprosto beat way secured. other aspirant. Had there been, tho de- himself notoriety-seeker-these present and though it is pective Louisville raised $40,000 to entertain sired mode of selecting officers would aafo to wager that Eclipse McCreary will tho Knighta and Bent Mayor Tyler to have been so manifestly unfair to him bo first and tho rest nowhere nfter tho Kansas City to invitetheSupreme Lodge To as to require a revision of the call, and we general election. of Knights of Pythias to meet thero in in this way tho party law would become is hardly neceesary to add that so unstable that no one would ever cerThe prohibitionists claim that their 1S93. It it is. Further, at the candidate for president, Gen. Bidwell, tho invitation was accepted. tainly know what Frank Baker shot nnd killed Keeso time tho call was adopted, two of tho did not make his millions from wino and counties in the district had not nomina brandy, as has been charged. He has a Louan. of Knox county, nt Corbin Sat but ted their candidates for local offices, and large vineyard in California, but claims urday. Baker claimed as his man was running from him and at least one of them was waiting for the to raise only table and raisin grapes. Inaction of the committee so as to fix upon deed it is said that when he was attack- he ran ofT after the shooting, there may the same date for a primary. There is ed with the prohibition craze, ho tore up bo some doubts as to his proposition. SHOP. SHELBTVIILE. KY An I'ttRllth and CU.- niso precedent for the intended action of tho wine and brandy producing grapes The Pinevillo troubles have been MilyiBhtli Annual t llHttbtr Sh c that county, and the mode suggested of by tho roots and poured out all of the settled at last, it is said. A largo amount I have just iipnwl iyuicii iifjntwav rxrpi "in, Cv. 1 11 j .if iur ciicslty W. T. I'OYMTEH. Lancaster ttreet, v. here I will Wrp at nil timet selecting officers would be very unjust wines ho had previously made. This of the $15,000 interest, which the South : to the local candidates and might neces may or may not have been K, but if ern Land and Improvement Compauy : sitate the appointment of two sets of of- true, the average man will consider the owes the Pinevillo Coal and Iron Com- - that citi beebtained, whkh will sell at the mar new, ket hae a . kept "' large tf ftigirat r ficers and bring on the confusion of con- general to be too big n fool to occupy the nanv.it is reported, was paid several tna pruc mmo "''"' JULIAN LST mo davs ago. flicting opinions as to the right of the White House. 43i Mails from Japan bring news of voters. It has been urged that tho ' I Ge.w Field, tho vice presidential can- treat loss of life and property by inun change would avoid the appearance of is a san- dation and wind storms. Along the evil and that no fraud would be possible didate on tho People's ticket, X.ots under it, but that under the committee's guine old cus. Ho says his "party" Ashigawn rivor over 100 persons were In ihe corporate limit of HowUbJ. plan it might bo rife. This position is will carry every State west of tho Missis- drowned and 5,000 houses submerged. Suppose the officers were sippi river, as well as four or fivo South- In Tokushimo 41 persons woro crushed untenable. 11. I. DARST. Rewltnd thus selected, not on account of their ern States. While he was at it he to death by falling houses. fairness and impartiality, but because of ought to have claimed the earth and tho It is reported from New York that their being partisans of tho candidates, fullness thereof. A southern man, who tho republican managers havo determin. DUIKK IX anu two 01 tno candidates suoulu com- like him declares for the force bill, is ed that their strongholJs in tho NorthCall and secure Bargains. bine against the third and instruct their liable to ssy or do any kind of n fool west aro in such shaky condition in to require President Harrison on a stumpofficers to vote togetheron all questions, thing. Ami Country I'roduce, POST-OFFIC- E ing tour. It is thought he will make the Hat otwiHl hit stock of good and h ready 18 serve can n mora stupendous fraud bo conceivims The Force bill is cutting such an the people of Stanford nd vicinity. He it Washington. trip before returning to ed of than might be thus perpetrated? unheard of Iltrgalnt nnd all whft want the loweit poinlble price thouM; The other objections are not seriously portant figure in the campaign that the G. C. and W. W. Lyon dolivered to Ei.l atl.ojan Avenue, near Lancattrr pLe. urged, though they are more reasonable republicans are getting scared and it is K. L. Tanner's Favorito Mills at Mc hlm on will be prevailed than the one just named. If either of said that Mr. Harrison bushels of wheat at 70 on to modify the position of the party on Kinney, 2,(100 the protestants is nominated, ho will cents. It was raised on their farm and hardly demand a constitutional conven- it. It is to be hoped that he will not do averaged ''U uusnels to mo acre. nice Burely keep the tion between now and November, that it. Nothing will so Kennedy, the miller, says it was tho of the meashe may avoid the secret bailor. These south solid as the advocacy and the best cleaned ho has ure that was conceived to continue tho best grain matters are entiie'y too trivial to be enhandled this season. negro gendering sir fj in the party ranks, es republicans in power and promote Tho Grand Eucampment of Knights Is Rccciviuff Hia supremacy. pecially as ttie committee 11.19 given ua Templar at Denver elected Hugh McRobcrts Drug Store, Stanford, between the primary and final election of Michigan, Grand Commander, Kentucky. The striking switchmen on the Lohig h only a little over two months in which Valley road, at Buffalo, went on a ram- and W. Larue Thomas, of Danville, Depto cool ofT and fall in lino against the page, derailed trains, applied the torcli uty Grand Master. Tfto organization of Articles to Suit the Most FastidiGoods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. G e me call. ous. A complete line of common enemy, while wo were given to railroad property nnd burned a great tho Sccretorial Guild was perfected and five months for that purpose in 1SS0. was decided to hold ceal of it, and assaulted those who at- officers elected. It To criticize and grumble over party tempted to take their places. A little the conclave of 1S95 in Boston. action, which can't now be recalled or shot and shell fired into their ranks The Tennessee miners are on anothreversed, as Judge Breckinridge did would bring the strikers to tho realiza- er rampago at Tracy City. They burned last Saturday at Crab Orchard, and as tion that this is not the country of the the Btockudo and marched the convicts our captious and bumptious friend, the anarchist, and it ought to be done. to the railroad station and loaded them MY ENTIRE STOCK AT Danville Democrat, did in its last issue, There is no excuse for their action. in box cars, compelling a conductor nnd is to invite dissatisfaction with the re engineer to pull out with them. Six or sult in advanco of it, and to go out of NEWSY NOTES. eight made their escape. It is feared the way gratuitously to find a subject of tho miners at Coal Creek will follow There are but thrco Chinamen in Those needing adjusted Watches can get the following movements discord. This papsr has been scrupusuit. Complicated Watch Repairs and at prices stated: H. W. Raymond's lously neutral in tho friendly family Louisville. $iC; No. 50 Elgin 520; No. SG Artistic Engraving a Specialty. Elgin S20; John C. Dubcr $14, Hampden; Lizzie Borden is under arrest at Fall During tho spring Mrs. G. B. Cooper contest now going on between tho three John C. Dubcr special of charge. All good told engraved Irec S 7, Hampden. excellent gentlemen, who aro asking for River, Mass., charged with the murder of missed a couple of turkey hens and a CfTVour patronage respectfully tollcited. Other movements in proportion. All work neatly gobbler and has since frequently wonand promptly done. Call and sec mc. the democratic nomination for Circuit her father nnd ROUT. FENZEL. At Smithville, Mo., Peter McCauley dered what had become of them. Some Judge, and, although we have our personal preference, we propose to maintain was shot and killed by his son, who af- two or three weeks ago, Pete Miller, a Knoxville, Cumberland Cap & Louisville colored man, who works on tho place, this attitude until tho party has spoken. terward committed suicide. Gov. Brown again denies that he informed her that ho believed he knew But it is in order and timely also to say to any candidate, if you really nud truly wrote a letter to Gov. BucLanan urging their whereabouts and besides, they had .Double Duly Schedule, In Effect July 17, i9multiplied several times. This made think that the conditions of tho race, tho commutation of King's sentence. M V J Drly D5,fy 4th, 20,000 pensioners Mrs. Cooper moro anxious than ever to DMy IHy which tho party has imposed equally P. M. A.,M. upon you and your competitors, aro too have been paid through tho Louisville get her turkeys back, and a few daya ago A.H.,1 O M I. ..Knoxville ... 8 30 5 45 530 5 4t 8 26 hard or too unfair upon you, then with- office a sum aggregating about 1000,000. she rewarded the honest Peto to bring 833 6 3 V O. junction.. O 501 K. S3" 8ie draw from the race; if you are kicking them to her. Well, Pete went and 84 ...Ilevcrly 8 3 It cost the government $3,500 to ship 59 8 05 Maloneyville 7 IV 5S 7 33 merely for the pleasure you take in that that $20,000,000 of gold across the conti- brought them, but tho story does not end 9" 7 26 .. .Corryton.. 4 5o 74" 99 7 35 . . L,ultroll 4 4' 7 33 disagreeable exercise, pray do it for bar nent. The express companies asked $60,- - hero. Sam Myers wife, colored, claim9 34 4 7 722 ..Powder Springt ,.,, 99 7 47 mony a sake, in tho seclusion oi your 000 for the job. ed that Pete had stolen them from her 100 7 59 . . .Waihburn 4 3 7 " li 8 12 .. .Williamt Spnnsit.. 3 59 7" own back yard. We want no bad feelTho republican convention of the homo and declared that she would havo 10 15 8 19 Oakman 3S' M io .Clinch River.. M 3 49 ings aroused before or after tho primary 4th Kentucky district, at Elizabethtown, them back and havo him serve a sen- 1027 8 21 3 39 44 I0 37 8 3i ..Lone Mountain- -. .. of next Saturday. tence for stealing, as well as raako it hot 1049 842I Tazewell nominated O. M. Barnett, of Ohio coun30 Powell 33 607 Coolers fortho wife of our clever county clerk II 17) 9 09! .Arthur Kiver ... ty, for Congrees. a 45 536 q 31 11 John M. Langsto.n', tho colored 11 yi 4l S50 attempt to taKe .Manager for harboring stolen property. Tho col 114S 9 3! .Four Semens. Anotuer from Virginia, who has Aithur 33 S4J woman grew warmer and warmer 2 Hamilton Snrlnji. 3 57 9 4 been described as looking moro like a Frick'a life was discovered in time to ored .. .Cumberland Gap. 2 ll S 'o 11 SO, prevent it, but the anarchists are said to as she thought over tho Injury she in 03 9 55 . Tunnel Junction... M 3 15 07 9 jackass than any humr.n that ever lived, .. M It. Junction 4 39 thought was done her nnd finally went 12 T HOTEL SALOON refused to deliver his leature at a Bour- be bent on killing him. 3 4 12 MMdleboro. 10 Of tho fivo men who will represent to see Mrs. Cooper, who readily recogi bon county picnic till tho amount agreed NOHTH HOUND. ROWLAND AT turkeys as her own. The Leave Cumberland oan, I THC, on, SSO, was paid, which it was not un- England at tho International Monetary nized the older .10 ua p in Corbtn woman of African 'scent declared she .11 so p m til the mayor of Paris wa8 appealed to Conference two are pronounced a m " Livingttoii . two bfmetalista and one neu- would have tho turkeys and Mrs. C. as " WlnchMtiT ..... 3 30 as in J offer for sale privately my frame Motel and 45 and threatened the negro managers ........ 3 s ' LexinutAti m Saloon at Rowland, which are now firmly declared Bho should not. The darrenting at $63 ' with arrest. Langston may be as much tral. 4 30 a ra Parlt per month. It l centrally located and a flue point key, after much talk aud crying, went Arrivo Louiiville 7 03 a m lor butinnta, being at u teiminat point oil a It is now said that Mary Lengel, of ,a jackass as his looks indicate, but he 7 to a m the L. & P It hat cood well, stable, next day Bho met Mrs. " Cincinnati soUtTI liOlJflD. " bos sense enough to know that a negro whose bruised body floated ashore at away, but the houic and other neiettary outbutldilict. Addrotf MK MARY C. KhKKlLL, Stanford. 2 Juffersonville, was outraged nnd mur- Cooper on the street and going into a fit Lrave Cincinnati L. N... .... 7 30 p in is a mighty 'ousartin" person and his ... 45 P m " dered before she was thrown into tho of hysterica, acted liko a crazy person, Arrivo Louisville precaution is commendable. Parit jo p m cT. scoring Mrs. Cooper to such an extent " I.nxingtnn rivor. ,.ii 15 p m ' ,...11 10 pm Witycnciter readily consented to give up tho was the Da, Godfrey Hi nteb, who ' At tho Sharpsburg fair Policeman that she Livingtton . i 45 a m " Corbin ... 3 30 a m Dealer in General Merchandise, row in Dale became involved in a quarrel with treasure whenever called for. Pete Milbeneficiary of the Halsell-Rhe- a (lap Cumberland -. i 13 am Shingles. the 3d district, and slipped into Con- Bud Booth and the latter shot Dale four ler says ho has been threatened by tho Pullman Palace Car Knoxvillo to C fuciiinat GoodsLumber and It Rivet me pleamrc told for cath only Havlmj removed my Ilarber Snop to the Com gress, was nominated by a handful of re- times, killing him instantly. Booth was Myers woman and when ho arises in the without chaujo. tottate to tho public in neneral that I am doing Connection! maJfl with all rami North and nictly under the Cash System and that the people oiercial Hotel, I am preoent day North-wtmorning ho feels as if the publicans at Franklin last week to run arrested. at Grand Central depot, Cincinnati. arc rapidly catching on to the fact thai it It the Through ticket on Mle at City TicVrt Tho democratic campaign " will be was his last. It matters not to whom nSGay street and Dopot Ticlcl office, foot nflico better system, both (or the buyer and teller. They Preparedto Accommodate Ladies againft Congressman Goodnight. There Witt also know (hat I tell aoods for about a third lest as well as Gentlemen, than my competitor who do credit business. is no trouble now in that district and opened in Illinois August 27 by u great the turkeys belong, it is very evident Main Mr rot, Knoxvillo.at routes, In anything they may wish in my line. For any Information an rate, etc, fo that 1 keep constantly on band a splenwaited on. Call on me. the doctor is too smart a man to spend demonstration at Bloomington, where that County Clerk Cooper's teeth will ply to did assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries, Cloth, W. A. M.Y. Actinc Gen'l PJ' Act., me, Hoots, Shoes. Hats and Iho'likc- Call in and or mony chasing a forlorn speeches will be made by Hon. A. E. not plerco the flesh of any of them on much time HISNKYA SMI I'll, City licit," tee my stock, which is replenished almost daily, THOMPSON, Stevenson, Senator Palmer and others. the day be should give thanks. KnoxvilIe.Te hope.. J, H. HILTON, Rowland, Ky. In Commercial Hotel. reunion at Hodgenville, at which there wero 5,000 people, many of them being federates. Tho People's Bank vault at Middles-bor- o was robbed tho other night and SS00 Btolen. Tho burglars, three negroes, were soon after captured and most of tho money recovered. Hon. W. Bourko Cochran, tho Tammany orator, has signified his intention to speak for Cleveland and Stovenson whenever his services uro desired by the National Committee. Some fiend put poison in Salt IUver, which supplies Harrodsburg with water, and killed large quantities of fish. The water was rendered unfit for use and the reservoir had to bo emptied. While attempting to cross tho tracks ntthe Winchester depot Mrs. William Hatton and her daughter Susie, were struck by train. Tho little girl was killed aud Mrs. Hatton was seriously inox-Co- u THE LAST CHANCE. Preparatory to going East shortly, to purchase U MJ XH have concluded 4FAH Ky rini I .n.i'v rtf II I ,, rv out what little have on have on hand regardless of Our entire stock Lawns at a yard. India, Pongee 0 cents a yard. Persian Mull 12 a yard. Choice of Men's Straw Hats 25c; Men's Summer Coats and Vests 50c; Men's Fine Lustre Coats and Vests $2: All Wool Suits, light color, $5. In fact, every article in the House reduced, s, As We Must Have T.HE rtrt-cU- Plenty of Room will buy. handle the immense Fall Stock which LOUISVILLE STORE. ; self-defen- se, Mavi Street, Stanford, Ky. NEW BUTCHER r.i 1 THE BEST 1 MEATS 1 illljyl hn-'- W.B.MOBERTS, DKtJaCIST, " For Salo Twenty Building G. D. FOW22X.X., -:- Drugs, Toilet Articles, School Books and Stanford RBAB OF ROOM. General Merchandise, ufTer-in( I 4 BANKS THE JEWELER, Mc-Cur- dy, wwtotfto Spring Summer & 1 H.46.RUPLEY,-- Goods Watches, Clocks 1 NOW IS YOUR CHANCE. Jewelry REDUCED RATES And SILVERWARE. R. R. step-mothe- r. - Since-Augu- st B.K;&wTH.Wearen,s. 7t . . . Garden Tools, Eakes, Hoes, Spades, Shovels, Traces, Collars, Pads, Haines, Leonard Refrigerators, White Mountain Freezers, Water Etc. AND . , , . . 1 mono-inatalist- s, 1 FOBSALE. divit-lonco-l- A-- H. '. I ut Chil-alt- o - - J7-i- JESSE t. :J flw.V.nwwp-'- . - .. W J rnrA-H- f ?, ST-j- . Semi-Week- ly f f r . Wanted.--Free- h o rain yet of conscquonco nnd no yellow butter nt A. I iiavk only n few goods left and nrn A. Wnrrun'H Model Grocory. prospect o: it. me days and niglita arc determined to closu them out at onco. cool, though, and like the delicious ones Nkw lot of Novolty ties juBt received See etock and get prices. J. It, Foster. that come in early October. BTANronn, Ky., Auouht 16, 1892 at Mcltobertfl it HiKKins. Picnic Hayden lieynolds will give n There are live fruit distiileries in this About closed out our stock of Spring Clothing; only a few Suits left, Youn trailo solicited. Danks, tlio jew- grand picnic in M. C. Reynolds' woods, county nnd Deputy Collector C. M. ltnn-dant Wnyncaburg, on Friday, August 10th. which wc offer at H.O.WALTON,DUS.MQnORer eler, In locnted nt Carson's Htorc. ia around seeing after them and getEverybody invited to bo present. ting a renewal of their bonda. Wn uro HKuntH for tlm Kdipso Wheat Shi'.mfk Mknkfkb will have deputies PERSONAL POINTS. Drill, the best in tho market. I'nrritJ & Thk manager of the Water, Light and at nearly all of tho voting precincts next Mns. Kanmb UuiiKfl Ib viBltinx In Hardin. Ico Co., J. W. Hayden, is h hero. At Saturday to collect taxes. Don't stay Danville. I am receiving it full line of fall suit- away from tho polls, or it may be charg- the risk of his life he rushed into the Just received a new stock of the visiting nt 1h Mns. Maky DAVuas Btreet and Etopped a runaway horse yesings. Como and get llrst choice. II. O. ed that you did bo to avoid him. Morolimd. terday and thereby perhaps enved a Hupley. MimMahy KitucE it spending the Jim Cami'iikll was landed in jail hero bcore or more of lives. TiiiKvns entered thu chicken house of Sunday by Magistrato Wm. Terry, on week nt Linniettn. John II. Ciiaio it Son with Itrowning, Miw. U. J. 0. Howu contluiiBH quite A. II. Funny and took away 14 before 10 thu charge of breakinginto the Highland o'clock Friday night. ill at the Colloy Houho. nnd taking therefrom what King it Co., Now York, and Wnnama-k- or it Brown, Philadelphia, offer to the Mk.Tai.ton KMimv.Sn, of Louiflvllle, Ir you need anything in handsome could be foundj which, by tho waj wae trade L',500 foreigu and domestic fabrics Ih with Sir. T. J. FoHtur. queenswaro, gears, Ac, cull at J. It. Fos- very little. for fall and winter clothing, suits, trous- In Stiff and Soft Hats, Caps, &c. In the Shoe line wc can offer you Misses Suuij: anii Kmjia Gann uro vIb ter's nnd price thorn. Tiicin: are live cases of typhoid fever ers and overcoats at popular prices. ItinK relatives nt itoiiiorsut. n anything for on tho farm of Mr. A. G. T. Smith, in Mns. Suhan IlAintis has gone to Parks-villA 1'i.v, which the owntrcan get by de neighborhood II. Cofer, sherifF of Larue John Church to ecu n pick relative. scribing itand paying for this notice, haa tho old Givens three in tho family of Mr. Illuku Wren county, shot nnd instantly killed Chas. Mns. J. r. G.6ii has returned from n beon loft at this ollice. and two in the family of Mr. Geo. Crab-tre- e Underwood at Uulfalo, mistaking him visit to friends in Louisville. As low as any House in town. for n man named Howell, for whom he 0 Tiik llrst colored ninu of tills place Tiiuni: nro serious indications of n had n warrant of arrest. went to Somerbbt yesterday, whero thoy marrlago in town pretty soon. Tiik question as to thu number and E. &V. Collars, Neckwear, Hosiery, Puff Shirts, etc. Trunks and family play two games of ball today. boundaries of thu magisterial districts Mk. W. It. McHoiikhts and MEANS BUSINESS. Valises, Umbrellas and Gum Coats. spent Boveral days at Linniettn. Kuoii Hays has rented the Capt. will bo settled by Judge Varnon next Enokavinci beautifully and artistically Wc have a few pairs of Shoes and Slippers that were slightly damJohn II. Hkei and wife, of Normandy, Craii: house, on IitiHtonvillo avenue, ad- Thursday, 18th. Those who opposo tho majority report fixing four and approve done at A. It. Penny's. of Mr. It. W. Guinea. are Riu'sts vertised by I. M. McUoberts, Esq. Buy your books and school supplies of aged by removal at our recent fire that wc will sell regardless of cost. of tho minority report substituting sev- all kinds from Mitt. II. J. McUoiiuhts joined hor litis A. It. Penny, who soils All the pipes and cro;i pipes of tho en districts, or can suggest any better ar- them at publisher's prices. band nt Crab Orchard .Saturday. Mies Xannik Maiius has gonu to water works have been laid and their rangement than either will be heard on Have your watch, clock and jewciry repaired at A. It. Penny's. All work force ia now engaged running them into that dny. Campbcllsvillo to visit her parents. warranted. Mns. J. II. Watts, of HigRins, Tenn., stores nnd residences. Saturday morning Julia FonoRY. Kememder that all silverware, watches, is tlio guest of her father, W. A. Cash. rings, Ac, bought at A. It. Penny's will o Combs, colored, who cooked for the I am compelled now to call on nil inMil. H. K lIvoiiKfl and Miss Margaret be engraved free of charge. Fomo time, went into McKiuney debted to me for a settlement. Please Miller, of Lancaster, were hero Sunday. call nt basement of Severance k Son's Itros.' Btoro and bought goods amounting Gkohhk Ramsey, of NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. . to $1.33. She ordered them charged to nnd pay mo. J. It. Foster. iugtou, spent Sunday with their parents l'rol. J. .M. liubnnru, but sou wns in The bargain harvest will soon close, so those who want goods at My stock is considerably reduced, but formed that an order from that gentlehure. the low prices AGE Cait. W. C. Cimii), of Somerset, wns what I have is in good shape. Como and man was necessary. She left tho goods the gtunt of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hall lu.st sen mu in the rear of room nnd and in a short time returned with an or I have opcliol a sliop over Wm D.iuuherty'saml am prrpxrpit I. do all tin Jt of vehicle painting in week. buy goods at rutluced prices. W. It. Gucme rate der with Prof. Hubbard's niunu attach- ftrtt'Clat Mjleand at leuson.ilile II DcNARDI Miss Lillian Caiilin. of Oweusboro, a call. r, JOHN ed. McKiuney Hros. let her have the m m isthuguefltof her cousin, Miss Mattio TiikL. X. will run 8pcial trains goods, but afterwanls grow a little sus- FATER-S- . Ilaukley. Wc are closing them rapidly, preparing for our immense fall stock; from Lxncnster to tho Ibanou Fair, picious about tho order nnd called on Mn. and Mna. William Fiblii, of Mar. August !23 to 'M, at half faiu. Lonvu Ijiii-cn- Prof. Hubbard, who stated that it was a You are hereby notified that I or my Dcputii so come at once while you can get stuff so cheap. A few more left retslmrg, wore guests of tho Colloy Uoueu Crab will meet you at Huxoiivilip, at 7 a. m , Stanford at 7:JW and very bungling piece of forgery. Tho Orchard ati.l Stanl rU 00 Aui;. , I'rimary Eli and all choice. Umbrellas, Ladies' Vests, Ladies' Oxfords, Corsets, last week. Monday, and ou an Mperted to fettle your tjxe detective, John Newlnnd, was rttsteh Ijftbttnon nt lUturning ltmro J N MEN El EE, Sheriff. atthattiae. Mil T. W.GKKn is taking a week oil LolMnon after Gloves, Laces, Ilamburgs, &c, put on her track, but ho hasn't yet sucthe exhibition. ami hns gone to Gloverpoit to bring his ceeded ill arresting her. wife homo. Alkbaiiy Ili'iLiJiNo. Dr. J. II. Ows-lMns. J. I. McKinnkt, of Montgomery, d In the August examination for white nnd Mrs. II. S. Withers Jinvo uill cell at puhlic auction at Rowland on SatA. six2l-clfta- s Ala., is visiting her bruthur-in-lnw- , urday, Auir J7, the following household with W. F. Itnmsjy to replace teachers there wore four I'tdroadi, M.ttritMt, I'txl Sprinjj, Chairs, New A. MoKfnney. certificates issued. (Vmttnit and ten the brick walls of thuir bumml store 1'ill.iws, JHunleti, 31 good feather Window Shades, MO Gait. Julian Vubt wns culled to Hur- rooms and he has already i:ommnc?d As tho law prohibits the board of exam- Sh'Oti, Pillow CaM.Tahlen, Wash Stand, yard All ready Prints have been advanced by manufacturers to 6l.c and Wah of Carpet, a small ry by telegram Saturday nigfU to attend work. ( iners from issuing 3d claes certificates Howls and Pitchers, c nice warming Sloven, We Stave complete, No 8 and Iwcn in ue hut two other goods will follow, so come now and buy what you want. a very sick child. morn than twice to the same applicant, Swinging Lamp, Spittoons, 12 lamps, Owi.su to the failure of tho eotintor many of that claes must do belter by Months.of all kind, i small Looking Glase, Calico have some gents' low quartered Shoes that must go at the Hosa Blliott Jonks gave Di'hra Little Miss Napkins, KHngerator nnd Safe. Alsooiie n birthday party to her friends yester- shafting connecting the engine with tho next year, or failure will he their doom. Ouilts, lluckboard ami Harness good as new, a good dynamos to arrive, the electric lights Tho State board eeems to bo bearing mlU cows, ami other thini:. too numerous t day from 1 to 7 I. x. mention. Term made known on day of sale. Mita. Lauka Dcmh and Miss Ijiura have not yet been turne! on, hut a tele down upon tho teachers this year, espe- Everybody invited, MRS WM, CO'llKV. ; 4, links are on tho cially McAnally, of Knoxville, nro guests of trrain bays the uion tho subjects of arithmetic, road and it wont bo many days till Stan- history and civics, as it is on these three Our cheap Clothing is not all gone and anything you want in stock M. Hubbard. Prof, and Mrs. J. Mns. G. W. I'xkkyman and ford will bo as light by night as by duy. brunches that n majority of the teachers HUST0NVILLE ACADEMY you can buy cheap. Hkv. and children, Iteulah nnd Lucille, of New-po- Mr. Howe says wo shnl' olso have water get thoir lowest percent. County Supt. REV.W.W BRUCE, Principal; within a week. are at Green Itriar Springs. MISS KATE BOOLE, Assistant; McClary is very anxious that none shall L. D. Sampson, of tlio Barbourvlllo fail, but there are circumstances over Opens 1st Monday in Sept. Cait. Ji'ma.v Vest, thu butcher, had n Hornld, was hero "at'aln Saturday. The fat, llntt lamb in his slaughter pen a fuw which ho has no control, nnd yet, ho Primary, Intermediate and Advanced Grade. thing soeniH to bo getting serious. -- pecUl attention given to preparing boys for nights ago awaititiL' the knife. His butch- tells us, he very often gets a "blessing, Dit. J. K. l'KYtfos is up after (juito a not Divine," unmercifully heaped upon CollcRC. THE-WILLARDer waited a little too long about using his Xor terms, Ac, address spell of sick nofis and will leave him. If teachers propose to mako teachKK.W W. HKl't G, Hustonwlle.ky, l,ak Michi- knife, however, and when he wont to ing a profession they should certainly for porno of tho islands in (Late Alexander's Hotel.) the pen he found the hide hanging over gan. tho fence drying out and the head lying keep pace with the rush of progress by Hon. ItuicK Jonks, of St. Louis, has on the ground. He desires to thank the using all the energy and every opportujoiiidd his wife, who has been spending Rates $2.50 Per Day. nity thoy can command. The great father, Mr. John rascal who stole the lamb for his gener- trouble with many of thu teachers is that the Bummer with Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-Housosity in leaving anything behind. M. Keid. thoy try to couple some other business Ky. Mr. J. It. Miw FloiikscbThuijiikaut, I.irr us again urge the democrats to go with that of teaching, thereby injuring W. R. LOGAN, A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, returned yesterday to tho polls next Saturday and cast their the 0110 profession and not being benefitl'axton nnd others 1 Manager. from a couple of days' visit to Crab Or- votus for thoir choice for circuit judge ed bv the other. J. J. Marshall, clerks. a Kontucky. chard Spring:. and commonwealth's attorney. It Is Anotiikii Cain. I'rulhur met brother R Umtnd, scienMu. John M. IIi(iinik)tiam, of Ijiu very important that there shall bo a full ritvri' cniTi:nr olabsioal, FourteenCOURSE. in deadly conflict Friday, and tho result riliO t,nd OOMMEflCIAL Healthy location in Knox-villcaster, papsed homo Sunday from ijitmctitt of uttidy. expression of tho people as no ofllcials sleeps beneath tho sod, tl.ehcutuf the Blue Grass Region. Moderate where he directed a compromise in more directly affect tho people than tho is that one now Attendance last xnci..w. while tho other, with tho brand of Cuin ...... n 609. $IUO to $240. heat State from twenty-tigh- t a big law suit. judiciary. Kvery iloinocrut should mako open September Jl, 16VJ. I'or full spend his years, no st.s-oMason, Lightning and Wire Top catalogue apply tu Mita. T. L. Cook, of l'.luefield, W. Va., it a point to attend thu primary election on his brow, will imorinaliuii nud matter what the provocation, in sorrow L. H. BLANTON, D.D., Chancellor. is visiting her sister, Mrs. Win. Geer, .Saturday next, '20th. and regret, if lie is possessed of any for Columbus and both will leave Tub negroes, Lovelace and Carson, feeling whatever. Forsomo tiiho Craig Grove, 0., to visit relatives. writeH to his mother, who figured in a shooting scrape at Sam and John Skidiuoru lmvo been at enmity Dealer In Koiibut Wiiitk over a county road, which John nnd Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Mrs. It. William, to Imvo his paper Jeflrey'a party a week ago, were tried Porcelain and brass Preserving Kettles; Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Judge Carson Saturday. Lovelaco others had, by order of court, surveyed changed to Munhall, Fa., where ho has Confectioneries, Ac. White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers, Fly Paper and F,ly Traps. was first tried and discharged, ho prov- through Craig's premises. Thoro had a good position in a railroad ollice. lias with him a first class baker and can lurnisli satisfaction, that ho been no outbreak bet,con them though, o ing, to the judge's It. S; Mns. Uouuivr Lytlk, Mrs. L. read, Cakes and the like on short notice. Wire Cloth Spring Hinges and Corner Irons, Grind Stones, Scythe oven tho family thought of auy and Miss Jeanie Feland have re- shot In hhIi defense. Couuty Attorney and not Stones, Grass and Weed Hooks, lades and naths. Friday John rodo by turned from ltreckinrldgo county, where l'axton, who was displeased at tho decis- Berious trouble. .Mr. U. C. Warren, Craig's house, which is on tho public they have been visiting friends for a ion of the judge, told Full linc'of cakes, Candies and Fruits. Prices to suit the times. highway, and, as wo gather from several Carson'ri lawyer, that he would not month. I can supply the families of Stanford ard vicn-It- y him and he also was discharged. Bourcts, was accosted by Craig, who ilh home made Ice at (10 cts per 100 pounds: Tiiukk of Lancaster's pretty girls, one cent per pound, cursed him and said ho should not even less than that amount atcents uur 100 pounds orami Grncio 1J4 manufactured Ice at 7; Misses Kate, Lillian nnd Aimcbtki). Mr. S. II. Sullivan, adjus- pass his hotisb, at tho samo time run- cents for smaller quantities. Ico delivered every GO TO- came over Saturday to bring their ter for tho Royal Insurance Co., was morning I call special attention to the John Brening at him with a stick. John whip- mer Hrewtng C. Celebrated I. X. I., lleer, for Kinnaird, to tako brother, Capl. W. J. hero Saturday and settled with W. P. ped up IiIh horse, but Oruig was too which I am agent. Will f jrnish in eithc kejr or tho train for Middlesboro. Walton for his loss on tho Oppra Houho quick and got in two severe blov.'s, which bottle. Write for prices. K 1IREMBR, Stanford, Ky i3tf Pnora. J. 15. and J. F. Walton, of walls, &c, by reason of tho lire on tho nearly knocked him oil'. Then he jumpCentre College, spent Friday with rela- 2Sth ult. The amount agreed upon was down and seizing a board, which had tives hero. Tho latter nnd wile, (May $350, which was perfectly satisfactory to ed a largo knot on it, dealt Craig, who was for n visit to Helm) will lenvo Tuesday the insured, and Mr. Sullivan gave a smaller, two blows on tho head, tho professor's parents and other kins- check in full for tho amount. Mr. Sulli- much which knocked him out, not, however, Tocil reconciliation piirBine; the bow- FORfolk in Virginia. 4)lHhoulilbonvoldeliUwonkciutliclr van has been an adjuster for many years until Craig had called for his gun and power of motion. A Kcutlo miurlent Miss Magciik Si hold wns tho only for this excellent comnany, with which effect I only rcnulred. Tutt'n Tiny wife was bringing it to him. John from hero who went with tho Lex- wo have always had pleasant dealings, his Liver l'llia arc iiropuretl wiiu aji and sent his I views to tho permanent euro of ho then ran homo ington excursion to Mammoth Cave, and is quick to see how much damage ssys moriYPMCCe nnd HPaDAnUP. back after his horso. Meannnd sho greatly enjoyed tho trip. Sat- has been dono and willing to act fairly children rrinnln In the ays- Craig was taken Into his house and ATIieyarn mild nnd on tint liver, cauo A tom until they net urday alio and her sister, Miss Lucy, re- in oyory respect. Many adjusters see time nimtitr-A- l Ilowof lilloitiid their tonlo Hugh Reid and J. A. Anion dis- W properties Impart power to the bovfp turned to their homo in Giles county, how much they can beat nn insured out Dre. clu to roniove milieulthy accuranla-tloiipatched for. They found that while Va. Good appotlto nnd digestion of,1' but that doesn't pay tho companies" thoro was no fracture of tho skull there By remiltfromthousoofthesoIlttlopllN. V Phok. It. F. Johnson, of Fayette, Mo., in the long run. Trice, M3c Ollice, 3U l'urk Place, N. Y. was compression of tho brain nnd were arrived Saturday to mnko arrangements death would ensuo, which m TiiKCentro College Academy, Dan- satisfied that preparatory to taking chargo of tho Saturday. John hill. His wife, who is vis- ville, will begin its next session Sept. 1 1, it did at midnight school on tho came to town Sunday morning and gave iting in West Virginia, will nrrivo in ns heretofore under tho careful managehimself up to Judge Varnon, who placed ttmo to net as his assistant, if tho num- ment of the president, Prof. Jamos 13. J of Hill, Mershon Walton, uwistod by a competent corps of him under tho guard ber of pupils jiiBtiy one. shall keep constantly on tho examining trial During the year 1S92 I till Its patMn. J. J. GinsoN, president of tho teachers. In addition to giving stock of hand a full and complete will be held. Tho fratricide expresses l'inovillo Hanking Co., was hero Friday rons n full coureo of study, both Kngllsh great regret ovor hia deed, but professes nnd Saturday nnd obtained several thous- and classical, there is in connection with ifc6v",Tsto''Wfi'' 'Sell boarding and train- to think he acted alone in self defense. and dollars in subscriptions to tho stock tho Academy a home a quarrelsome tho personal con- Tho dead min was rather of his bank, which is to bo increased ing department, uuder got into trouble individual trol of tho president, whore nil tho hone fellow and several times from 532,000 to $50,000. Its inhered that ho mashed will bs retno deposits are more than threo times its fits of a christian homo aro given. Prof. It skull in a few years ... surplus $9,000. A divi- Walton has built up this department to Milton Simpjon's "' capital, and its ,.,...My stock of roputation ago, while working on tho road, for its full capicity and made 1 4 por cent is declared dend of which is not confined to which ho would liavo been seriously for tho school friends, as they tho State. Parents can entrust their sons punished had not his 1 hit pretty strongly for him. limited Cno young J KRsEVmyIH I L will serve a CITY AND VICINITY. to his care with the absoluto assuranco now say. sworn uuuiber of cows at place, midway and better selected than ever and I assure my customers of Stanford and Rowland, at the follow mir Is larger Deceased is one of tho Boveral sons of that they will rocelvo tho best educaterms $2.50 tho season half at tlmo of drompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas account is duo and we need tho Youn advantages, as well as a careful old man Welsh Skidmoro, all of whom servlco, balanco whon cow calvos A. R. PENNY. money. Call and eettlo. Severance & tional if Daltoh in charge. ALO.HUr'rWIAN aro much like him in every way. moral training. Interior Journal WE : HAVE ll Greatly Reduced Prices. NBWBIST Hchool-hoiiH- O TYUE (gj e LADIES, GENTS AND CHILDREN, m m M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. Col-leg- Loi-,ASi- ) ONLY A FEW MORE. 0ARM PAINTING. post-otlic- u Mo-Itobe- rls. ) t m - Had Better Come at Once. M ust Be Reduced. TA2E 8tr Vaynt-burg- , -- U:-'- U. y Public Salo. con-tract- 1 lst-clas- s, Roods-1- .'M-cl- ns Cook-ni- miw-ini- Lowest Prices Ever Made; J. S. HUGHES. l rl. . to-da- y 4- hr c, 9 9 m&$BanaIe ... Louisville, 1 e, 1. Now Is the Time to Buy i to-d- ay m Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, Tin Cans, Sealing Wax be-fo- ro Gil-lott- pros-cent- o XCE AHD B3S3SR. MoELXETlTB2 BROS. Kin-nair- d, -- A. A. Warren's -- Tuffs Tiny Pills "Model Grocery" per-Bo- n . FRUIT JARS, JELLY GLASSES, TOPS AND GUMS, v SEALING "WAX, &C a jSLft A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER H. semi-annuall- SWB; -- Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. Toilet Articles Glass, Books, PRIXCE DJAUIA. WATCHES, CLOCKS & JSW33X.HTr Son. - ufwnmim 4wiy4?-wii' mmmmmmM4?mmntm' Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa: YEAR iy iVDVANCH. AT LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Publlabod Every Tuoedriy find Friday C JPJCK. Work on the grannry near tho depot is progressing well. About nil the frarao work is completed. At agcneral liniment for sprains and bruises of for rheumatism, lame back, deep seated or muscular painet, Chamberlain's 1'ain Balm is unrivaled. For sale by Dr. M. L. Bourne. Druggist and Optician, Stanford, Ky. J. IX. B AUG I Ol AN, FIR BAND STORM MONUMENTS Of.sli kinds, II. T. NOEL Is a Candidate fer Circuit Judge In tho ijth District, subject to tho actum of the democratic party Happy Hooslora. Wm.Timmons, Idnvillc, Indiana, Vnion services next Sunday night writes "Electric postmaster ol done more for me Bitters has than all other wil bo held at the Presbyterian church. feeling arisini; medicines combined, for that bad not to paid $3.5 O villi be charged."! from kidney and liter trouble.'' Sermon by Elder J. C. Frank. John Leslie, larmer and stockman, of same place, says"Find Electric Bitters to be the best kid Jumna Rogers and Martha Greeu, of ney and liter medicine, made me feel like anew K. L. LOCAL TIME CARD. man-Gardner, hardware merchant, same J, this county, were married Saturday, at town, says W "Electric Bitters is lust the thing for Train naves Rowland at 7.00 a. ro., returning a man who is all run down and don't care vthelh at ,f 5: jo p. m. tho clerk's oilice, by Eld. J 0. Frank. er he licsur dies; he found new strength, good L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Firo at Hryantevillo Thursday nijr,ht appetite and felt just like he had a new lease on life. Only jc a bottle at A, R l'ennv's drug ..n 19 pm deetroyed the residoneo of J. S. Iiasol-de- store Mill tram going North " " South ipm V. J. Ballard's store, a vacant store Express train " South ....it 55 p m LaOrlppo Again. . North. 115am room and the dwelling of Mrs. Wntkins. During the epidemic of La Grippe last scou 6 591m Local Freight North Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, s up m On'uin of firo unknown. South..- -. Coughs and Colds, prosed to be the best reined The tatter trains also carry passengers. Reports from many who used It confirm this state The Lancaster baso un.ll club went ment I'hey were not only quickly relieved, but The above it calculated on standard time. Solar time it about ao minutes fatter. to Crab Orchard Saturday and defeated the disease left no bad niter results. Vc ask you to give trial tho club there by a scoro of 12 to 1. Tho ou willthis remedy a with ana we guarantee that be satisfied QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. tesnlts, or the purchase price will be relunded. It has no equal in La Lancasters expected to play tho Nichol- - Grippe, or any Throat, Chest or Lung trouble Trains pass Junction City as tallows Fast nsvilles Friday, but they failed to put in Trial bottles tree at A R. Penny's Drug Store Q & C Special is 6 a m d - INSURANCE AGENT . Representing Made and Set Up in All Farts of the Country. No Agents employed 2tt. C. ... SAUFLEY, Hartford, of Hartford, Conn., Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. it 6t Ins. Co. of North America, fint-clas- W. ADAMS 2 & No. 4 j Broadway, Lexington, Ky SON, Of Lincoln, Is a Candidate fer Circuit Judge In this judicial district. sunjeci 10 me action oflhe democracy " Pennsylvania i ire, Fhuaaoiphia, THE P. RILEY D. HOUSES Kentucky.' J. S. OWSLEY, JR., n, t All of which are Companies. I would he pleased to wait on mr friends in this line. Pol. icics promptly issued Will insure against tornn-doe- s, wind storms and lightning Lightning clauses attached without additional charge Oftice at First National Bank Stanford. RILEY, Proprlotor, London, 77 - - - Is a andkllle for Cemrrnnwcnltli's Att.rner.suh Ject to the action of the Democratic party, )u any juuiciai I'isirioi 10 wnicn i.incain csnsniy may ot assigned -- O-A-SZE- C I for Ihtve moved to my new Hotel and am bettei prepared than ever to accommodate the public Good Livery attached and every convenience de. sired. Give me a call, FRANK RILEY. To Farmors, I am Agent for th : ( clebrated : Deering Harvesting Company, Highest cash market price paid ..NOTICE TO THE.... South-boun- J p. m j'New Orleans Limited 3.17 p. m.; Special 8.40 m. North-bounSpecial 3 06 a. m.; Blue Q a m. ; Cincinnati Limited 1:48 Grass Special 6:00 p. m.; rust Mail a.tS p. m. Mail is Blue-Gra- ss 57 d A-- j. their appearance A special from Middlesboro al Large bottles, joe and $1 TRAVELING MASTERS A First-Clas- PUBLIC. Hotel, the DR. W. B. PENNY, Dentist. Office South side Main street, in office recently vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. t I , nt R Co. Watson. Marshal Jim Jennings "laid Bucklln'aArnlca Salvo. for" tho thieves and Friday arrested Sam Has contractetl with responsible firms lor lis plant The best salve in the world lor bruises and will have the Up and Klrctrlc Plants compleMcKee, Tom Hickman ami John Em-br- sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, cuts, chaptetter, ted in about slsty davs, the Water Plant soon afR. C. MORGAN, D. alt skin crup all coons, living on tho notorious ped hands, chilblains, corns and no pay requir ter tions and positively cures piles, or order In place individual contracts in ad. Battle Row. Etnbry runs a store and ed. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfactioe, vance for Water and ElectrU Light, the Company DENTIST. 95 cents per uas. or money retunaeu. offers the following eating-housin that settlement and at For sale by A. R. Penny, Stantord, Ky. STANFORD, KY., Necessary water pipes will It moving to the Higgins office, Lancaster street laid, connected to 13 & OASTLEM AN mains at actual Nitrous Lxideuas given for painless extracting the trial before Judge Robinson' it waB lor pie ami tork. STANFORD, KE.MUUKV. wires put in and necessary rlttures fur- proved that ho bought the chickens Dished free ol charge MANAGERS, To be of beat ijuality and gusrsntrcd to gite from Hickman and McKee. Judge RobCommerce Building-- Louisville This Hotel, 'renovated and refurnished, is now B.iitiiiini M. CRAIG, inson sent tho whole gang to jail for SO When Baby was sick, wo gave her Castorlv. DR. 1 he schedule ef adopted rates is to so in my charge and I intend to conduct m as to P :r cent. I.o.r than it stssttlly given from Agents throughout the South. days. not only maintain its high rrputalmo, but to add When she was a Child, sho cried for Costorta. Homoopathic Physician, to its long list ot friend. Special accommodaMiss Delia Hughes is visiting When she became Miss, she clung to C&storis. tions far commercial travelers and fine rooms for Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. STANFORD, - - - - KENTUCKY Mies Jennio Lackey has reWhen she bad Chi! Ircn, sho cave them Ctutorlsv W. A. TBIBDLE, Local Ajont, the dlsploy of samples. Dwelling of 1 rsosM. out fstKcl Office Hours; 10 to 12 a m.; to 3 p. m.; S to 5 09 turned from Crab Orchard Springs. Rev. hach additional rts 3 an. m. A Each auaitl.ital faucet STANFORD. KY. I tu Oitice on Lancaster street, opposite J. R. Tearcy has returned from a visit Storrs, Banks and Private OAces, la'acct III LI ,IARDand POOLROOMS SCO And attached. Baths, private, one laucet to relatives in Indiana and filled his . J CO JOSEPH COFFUY. Hcwe attachment lor sprinkler 5 pulpit at the Presbyterian church SunStables, private, one animal Mr John Carpenter, of Goodlaml, Iud,, sats . a w Each additional animal ... . "I tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and I ou day. Dr. Price Grant and daughter, of Remedr, for diarrhtca and severe cramps Office opposite Coffey House, in Danville, spent Sunday with relatives and painsIn the sturrmch and bowels with the best Electric Light Rates. results the worst cases I netrr had to gite - here. Miss Katie Landram has return- more than three Per catnmercial use; to tlfcct a euro. In most cast ill do. rr One are ami three i. c. r incamJoeeM limp 19 6m ed from a visit to Camp Nelson. Chas. es oneitdoss pleasant Besides Its other good qualto take,' ities 'j m is 25 and so cent peryr ., For each iMcinvWcsit hjht, Randall, of London, was in town Sun- bottles for sale by Dr M I. Bourne, Druggist and frj sssa. Upttcian, btamoru, Ky DR. D. day. Misses Frank Marksbury and Char11 lie Frisbie spent Saturday in Crab OrSHELTON HOUSE, Fsh Rftwlinslt Un chard. Mr. Wesley McQuery is visiting OJSTE for it if c issstssssssssscwM husp) fter issss. Rowland, : : Kentucky. in Buckeye. Miss Annie Rojston will Vi THK wl ' Mh ,f V3 i Si ,( ! I, Office hours 7 to 9 a. m and 5 to 9 p. m. 35 visit Lebanon week. Mrs. John E. ' Ih" " II $ ror each additional " " Patrick is yisiting Mrs. Will Mason. Mrs. fcd i r lurther infrsmtwM, ap lv t HARVEST - EXCURSIONS, Scott, of Nicholasville, is visiting her Scre'sln J W l " DIN.Sur t S ADO. 30 and SEPT. 27, V. H. Miller. pike, 4 miles from Stanford. Mrs. Elizabeth Mason. Mrs. Oscar 70 -THE "WISCONSIN CENTRAL L!M."' Sweeney is visiting in Louisville. &J Will run low rate Harvest Kxcursiens on above Mrs. Fannie Porter Dickey's "Blades dates to points in Minnesota. Montana, North and fcd containing choice selec- South Dakota. Tickets will be good twenty lot FI am agent for The Central Kentucky Hedgi O1 O.iys from datt'Of sale, with privileges Fence Co.. it Lancaster, and offer the services ol tions of Kentucky poetry, biographical City to points west of Paul and Minneapolis both myself and the Company to the citizens of for lull information, Lincoln county. I am very thankful for the libersketches and portraits of authors, is fresh ny's representative., or address anypf the Compaal patronage received and hope by iair dealing to JAS C POND, Farmers in need of a irood from tho press of John P. Morton & Co. merit a continuance. Gen"l Pas. and Ticket Agt , Chicago, III. fence will find me at the Myers House in Stanford It contains a large amount of excellent Go JUNCTION CITY, KY on each County Court day. M. W. JOHNSON. poetry by authors of acknowledged abilHave )ist erei ted a new Atari le and dratue 97.6m MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, IlouM' and am fully prepared to fill orders f... all I o have jour photographs taken He keep up kind ot Marbi" and Granite work ity. Tho "Dreamy September," by the I hate uiy with all the I. M. BRUCE. employ skilled workmen trom the East Aly frriK' t J. II. YEAGEK late Mrs. Belle Wilbon Stapp, of Garrard, I will n t ' r facilities can It. t bo rsielled and Corner Main and Depot Streets, is a poem of great merit, while a "Revv JOE S. WKK.ll I & YEAGEK, -erie," by Mrs. E. D. Potts, of Lexington, Stanford, Kontucky. And will gii')ru gDodsatiMvilnn. "LOCUST GROVE" A J KARP, Stanford UTBT, FEED AND SALE STASLE, is a literary treat. The book is full of Has just received a lundseme line of Sprint; and D. Prentice, summer Millinery and invites her fncstdt and the charming verses by George IB, O generally cell in get firt choice. Henry T. Stanton, Robert Burns Wilson, tiutilic and Bonnets to trimmed and tho latest sttje by STANFORD, KY. Hats In I'OR SALE. TTriiMTsllsfc'iT "Katydid" and others. It most artistic hands The above firm went into effect July tst ami re- John J. Piatt, OF STANFORD, KY., spectfully asks a share of the patronage of the is to bo regretted that Mrs. Dickey over The finest Farm and richest soil in l.tstcuissc., Notice to the Traveling Public. Is now fully organised and ready for business public. Laud, situalooked W. F. Marvin, of Danville, and with comprising 450 acres ol have had ted within lo miles t Stamerd. the century seal of Lincoln Fronted by the Shelby City turoifce Abram Fulkerson, Jr., of Perryville. NEW RIGS AND HORSES - Paid up turnto Stanford ana Marvin wrote tome pieces of considerably MOUSE Surplus, Capital of - $200,000. and accessible onethe the best Stock Danvillu in Ike Farms is purchased and nothing but Hate been 19,000. pike. T his region of is In a high ststt of cull! and merit. His Battle of Monterey, in which turnouts will leave the stable. At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and vatinn Abundaaee of water lor all nuriM one he participated, was one of his best com- have in connection with Hotel and of the; best sa- SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL. Soil It fertile and is suitable fur the growing of loons in the State, open day night a night Give STANFORD, s wheat The land hemp, positions. Fulkerson styled himself man meets all trains In connection with Houte Now dosingBANK OKthe same assets and under located tobacco, corn andbe dittdcd ami twoisfine 37 so that it can up) with have also one of tho best Mineral wells in the Stato farms made T he improtemcnts are a Urge and the same management. "The Eccentric," and ho made no mis- and for reference to water, call on Mr and Mrs By chatter, depositors are aa commodious dwelling, a convenient slock barn, G W take in the designation. Most of his gram, Patrick. Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Floyd In- fully provisions ofasitsaie depositors in National ilc, the best el fruit of all kinds, etc lor WILLIAM ItlOKISLAND, protected Erin, Tenn . A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. K II. JONES, Stanford apply to Hanks, its shareholders being held individually Dealer in the above This notice forewarns hunter, fishermen and pieces were humorous, though at times D E. Proctor, C II. Braum, Mr and Mrs T. V liable to the extent ol the amount of their stock . J. Hamilton, Rowland, Mr and Mrs II. Johnson, others not to trespass on our lauds without perU V Kit,.kA. Pinevillc. Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs he was dignified and chaste. His poem New Haven, I im Cox. Greensburt: I', Rates Ji per therein at the par value thereof, in addition to the mission, as all sii- li will be prosecuted to the fullamount invested in such shares. It may act as Solicited Mk Cattle and Sheep a specialty. est extentof the law Signed: entitled "Washington," in commemora- unj j .11. circy, cierK W uitemea'uil Prop executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as oSoiy CARKlrR, J. C. M. SPOONAMOGRE Jersoiishavingaiy of the above dcxrribcd stok an individual. HUSH, tion of the distinguished services of the lorsaleortvishiniitj pur base same, BRUCE. J,E. 5? To those who entrusted their buismess to us to call 011 or a Idri t me An exi.erlrn. will do wv.ll THOMAS C. BALL. ..f fifi... while mnacinir the Lincoln National Bank ol Father of his Country, was regarded by this lias STEELE BAILEY. profit lo SStanford, we we here tender our many thanks and REAL AGENT I cars inlean bus.n.s rmfiurnofboth to theme and think u as one of his best, and ho was fond IELAND him mako A.M. le buyer trust tney win continue to transact their business H.W.GAINES. ici " ',l'"Msnford.Ky. with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenof repeating it. I hough not equal to at the Myers Hojse JAMES GIVENS. tion to tame, our twenty years experience in Ky. I. S. PHILLIPS. banking and as liberal accommodations as arc conthat of Lord Byron, wiitten in April, ?icrak76 ANTON RENACKER. sistent with sound banking. 1S14, where ho refers, to Washington CLARK REYNOLDS. I have quite a number of I ARMS lor sale ol the HorfolkiWestern B.fl. M LACKOWITZ. Lands in Lincoln county t cry Wst DIKECTOHS. as D NEWLAND nre all well Improved and good T These Farms J J. Williams, Alt. Vernon V W, HAY. rich lands, running site from 5010500 Acres "The lirst the last tho heat J. M Hall, Stanford; Considering thcis locality, their richness and fer1. C. LYON Schedule duly 1;, ilyj FRED UAU.MANN. tility of soil, the convenience of turnpikes and railJ. S. Owsley, btanford; MILLS roads that bring markets right to our dour, they I Whom envy dared not hato. LF.AVK NOR ION DAILY S.J. Embry, Stanford; are cheaper than the Lnds of any other tounty in Bequeathed the namo of Washington J. E. Lynn, Stanford; m tho State. Ihere is smnely a rami the coun) cp m lor Graham, Bluefjeld, PnoaiMntas and lo make man blush there was but one,' Cwi. VTwr&77Sa??stJ" ty over $ miles from a df pot A. W. Carpenter, Mltledgcvtlle; slatiiHis. T he county is checked ith turnpikes running intermediatelor IllueheW, iu uo a ro J. F. Cash, Stanford; it was nevertheless Rood. Marvin was fond Radlord, Roanoke, inetery direction There is not a public road en. .ynLhburg, Richmond and Norfolk. Alsa and William (tia county scat Maiadamiiul of repeating his verses and frequentEM2QB s H. Shanks, President. Gooch, Stanlord, Ky. tering the the Knoxvillothat is not the I. ,V N 11 Roanoke) We have Branch ol """'B"i nagentewn, Harris-Philadelphia and New York, ly cornered tho older inhabitants of R. dividing the county from East to West jnd the illman Sleeping Cars from Leul'villo to J II. Owsley, Cashier a C S. R R from North to South; the K C. R R. folk Twenty mllesthe Shortest to Norton and Radford, also lUdlord to (Chesapealc A Ohio Route. W M. Bright, Teller Danville, such as Dr. Beatty and others, trom this nlaco to Cincinnati, crottinir the C. & O. New'sork, via Shenandoah Junction, also Rad- at Winchester, giving full access to the markets ol ford to Washington, also from I.vnrhLm-r- . ii.i. the whole world. Besides, wu have threo largo Philadelphia and rented his latest production for their us Flour Mills in entertainment. Both of these poets were that trains NATIONAL BANK for all our grainthe county home; give the a marketf mnnd for Pocahontas. 1'm.hilin n.i rr.i Baltimore, New York, right at and Chicago. Michigan Points, willleateliluefield daily at oj a in, 3 ij p w an, evidently impressed with the perform- St. Louis, the mountain regions ol Eatterr. and 7 Old Poiut and'the Seashore and all Eastern Cities Cleveland, iiuilaic, Detroit, OF STANFORD, KY. 'S?.n bv itilroads and the outKentucky ances of Mrs. Leo Hunter, who, as Dick Indianapolis and the West, Trains arrive at Norton Irom the East daily IN EFFECT NOV. 15, iSor. at let South by railroads has created such a demand Ne if England, Canada, jop m and 6 4 u ens relates, recited the "Ode to tho Exfor all kinds of cereals and uroteiider that wecan Stock-SurpluWashington and Chattanooga Limited, a (ram Capital scarcely retain enough tor or lullman Couches ami sleeping cars runs daily TTSt Limtl'd Accom. Acco. piring Frog," until sho wu3 asked to deThe people are prosperous, generous and kind, EAST BOUND Mail Ex Daily Daily ... ...w..., . M,,b. ivuir, louuuir unit , believing in Christianity and education. T hre Daily Dally. Ex. bu ExSu sist for fear of injury to her health. Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia, no itauioru """"" is not a neighborhood in the county but lias a Quickest time to Harrodsburg, Frankfort, Ky. North llnund Limited hates Radlonl 11 at 1, m Lexington.... Lve 6 00 p 11 40 a'5 3op wrote somo unique verses on a I 3S Shortest and Richmond, VIRGINIA ror further Information as to schedules, rates Attention of the public is invited to the fac gcod church and Winchester ... 8aj 12 30 p7 cop Quickest line to Stanford, the county seat of Lincoln, is a pros Ai, apply to agents of Norfolk that this is tho only National Bank in Stanford Alt. Sterling ball that was given in Frankfort, in UV.i., u.n! 'SJ4 7 rt? 'V 35 P which Under the provisions of the National Bank Act perous tittle city 01 auout a.joo innau.tants ami is road or lo W II. IIKVII.I. Daily. he deplored his poverty in not Gen Passenger Agt , Hoanoke, Va depositors are secured not only by the capital the great doorway from the North and North8 40 a Arr Ashland....... III to 10 07 .. " Catlettsburg. 13 aS IU 3, stock, but by the stockholders liability lor ao east South and from the Northwest to .Southeast, 8 59 al h.tving the retmned sum to permit his " Huntington... is 50 10 47 amount ecjual to the stock, to that depositors ol and standing as it does gazing right Into the bos9 3 ..TAKE THE SOLID VESTIBL I ED TRAINS thro' with this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. om of the undettlopcd mountains of Southeastern " Washington . 6 35 a 10 presence at the entertainment. In deChattan.-ogaBirmingham, Meridchange " PhlUdelphla. Five sworn statements of the. condition of the bank Kentucky backed up by the whole 5 uo s7 scribing the performances he concluded out making via connections en route for JsiSian, direct 8 jo p r 20 are made each year to the United States governArr;.Vew York reeion ot the State with railroads runnlnz tlirouzh Asheville, Lynchburg and points in the ment and its assets are examined at stated times it to all points of the compass, makes it naturally us follows: one of the best looted towns In the South fur by government agents, thus securing additilona Daily WESTBOUND and perfect safety to depositors. manufactures and other cnterprlsesof magnitude 111 111 J 1119 9 "Wing away sweet 'Li.a blue, nn iiismuiion, originally esiauusneu as ins Water Works are now being agitated and right Lve Huntington..' 6 00 0 45 . 77 And swing them corners and two two; 35 of a mile Deposit Bank of Stantord in i8s8. thea aboue the town abouti " Catlettsburg! 6 3$ " gltouityiut 34 7 M At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilmiog lied at the National Bank ol Stanford in 1863 and there could be erected Water Works with very Kise little Jim and make things pant, Njyiijmt Chi wo'Br'rfiPzr Ashland... . 6 37 Macon, 2 05 Augusta, 150,000 in7H p the First National Bank And skeet around with a sort of a slant, ton, Charleston, Cily,T'houiaville andSavannah, again re organized as had practically an uninter-ol nine cost mat wouiu supply a cuy 01water in the Ex. Sa. KLOHI Brunswick, Lake habitants with the purest and best Stanlord in iS8, has Altr Sterling .. . ,io a; 23 p6 25 a But not one dime have I got at all, 5 oS DA points, rupted existence of 31 years. It is better supplied world Our little city has been newly rebuilt in Vinchetter.. .1 is t 55 Pi7 5 a And cannot go to the much-love5 5 houses 1 he only line running solid Vestibuled trains now with facilities for transacting its prompt the last few ball." Pullman Boudoir or Palace Sleeping Cars to with Iy and liberally than ever before businesslong and idences will years anil withbusiness cities of aril res6 20 Arr Lexington 2 45 p'8 05 a St. larger compare U05 greater in its " Iuisvllle. . S 5 7 40 P'it5 Augustine without 9 50 Fulkerson was n queer genius and died sengers or baggage. change lor any class of pas- honorable career Accounts of corporations, fidu- pretensions. Our merchants and tradesmen are ... ..LINE TO We have two ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully toile- all prosperous and doing well in the Asylum at Lexington. Both Marbanks with a capital stock ol $400,000 that ate Selma and Montgomery, Huntsville, Decatur ted ARKANSAS points. prosperous aud in a good condition. The Directory ol this Bank is composed ot Limited Vcstlbuled Trains run daily in cotinec vin and Fulkerson frequently visited Florence, Memphis and to Anmston, Selma, Mo, Shortest and quickest We have tpteadid schools. We hate a Tcniale tion with Chesapeake & Ohio "F F, V " to New Lancaster an J will I . J. Foster, of Stanford; made at NKW ORCollege, a large bnck building, with o er too pit doubtless be remem- bile. Direct connections York. ,And. transfer for Galveston LEANS Forcstus Reid, Lincoln county; in attendance and under the prim ipal.lup ol Fast Mail Trains run dally and make local step bered by many of our older citizens. Sa- Houston, without omnibus Austin, 'rof. J.AI. Hubbard, is in a flourishing condiJ.W. Haydcn, Stanford; between Lexington and Huntington. ALL tion. We alto have a Seminary that is a good Huntington and Morehead Accommodations rah M. B. Piatt has three poems in tho S.H. Baughman, Lincoln; POINTS school, with Prof B F. Blakemanat its head. We TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. run dally. s At. J. .Miller, Mt. Vernon; book. She is tho wife of hate one of the ccst Public School buildings iu Lexington and Morehead and Lexington and this section of the State, with over 100 puptls in S, T. Harris, Lincoln; The only through line to Jackson and Vicksburg, ..Aud.. Mt. Sterling Accommodations run djily except John J. Piatt, who has achiovod a Na attendance, and with other good private schools, La., making direct Sunday, 'and from ashinjton tional reputation in tho field of litera- Mist., Shreveport,transfer for Dallas, connections J. S. Hocker. Stanford; you see our school facilities are excellent Fort Worth, without omnibus Through Sleeping Car to We have elegant church builnitigs, representing G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; and pointsin and New York without change. every denomination, with a full corps 01 ministers ture. His wifo while Sallio M. Bryan Austin. San Antonia, El Paso T. P. Hill.SUnford. TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. of fias class talent Jtnd are doing a better business Kor full information in regard to rates, rontes, attended school in Lancaster and it was W. O. Welch, Stanford; than any class of men in the city. For through rates, correct county maps and lu F."n "."V! b"1 vV'buleJ Uu""et Sleeping Cart) Ac, apply to any agent of tins or connecting lines knownat that time that I have tried to make this statement as facts, W.P.Tate, Stanford. Parlor Cars on all trains. she possessed information call on Agent at Junction City, Ky without anv exaggeration or coloring, as those 0,IL E. HUNTINGTON, OFFICERS: S. LEITH, C L.rOWN, or address J. No change ofcara, bestaccommoMatlons.'iiuick poetical talent of a high order. She had who know will bear ne out, and those who wish O. P A., Trav Pass. Agt .Jinction City, Ky I S. Hocker, President; V, P. and CM, est time and lowest rates. to buy pleasant homes at lair prices and locate Lexington, Ky. D. O. EDWARDS. a brother, Stanley Bryan, whoso D. MILLER, n For information address among'a good people with all tho best surroundJohn J. AIcRoberts, Cashier; W. S. HARRISON, Tratlic Maugr., 0. P A- T. A , O. W. BARNEY. ings, would do well to call aud see me before have) been greatly admired. A. A. Ale Kinney, Assistant Cashier, Cincinnati. O, AL, Lexington, Ky. T. P. A.,.AshUnd, Ky elsewhere Office 8Hip A. S. PRICE, Stanford. SURGEON DENTIST. over Severance & Son's Store, Main street, During the epidemic of flux tu this countv Imt 1 hard work urday's Courier-Journsays that three summer had Colic, Cholerato keep a supply ol Camberlaln's and Diarrhtra Kerne hand. former Lancaster negroes, George V, dyon night People often came 10 or 11 miles in the to Kt a bottle of the remedy. I hae Geoijje, John Burdett and Will Kennc' been selling patent medicine for the past 10 years and find that It has git eu better satisfaction In S dy. had been arrested for robbing one of cases of diarrhaM and flux than any other medityr aw 11 cine lexer handled'! Bcnham. Druggist, the Middlesboro banks. Golconda, Pope Co , III Over bottle of this Our citizens have been greatly an- remedy were sold In that county 500 during the epi- John B. Cattleman. demic referred to It was a perfect success and noyed of late by chicken thieves. In was the only remedy that did euro the worst casfact it was next to an impossibility to es. Doens of persons there will certify that it saved their lites. In four other ipidemlc of bowkeep chickens in town. Thursday night el complaint this remedy has been equally sui M about 40 weio stolen from Miss Ella cessful. stand 50 centbotlles tor sale by Dr Ky L. Bourne, Druggist and Optlcis'i, Stanford, to Sat Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, &c, at & CO., A And offer their Machine t the people of Lincoln county. Their Binders aic unexcelled ar- - their Reapers and Mowers stand the highest ol any in the market. Also keep all kinds of fistureaon hand me before rxirchatinir Office at First National Bank J li tUL'RUMAN, Stanford, Ky. re I have opened in connection with my M. F. ELKIN HOUSE, . Falls Branch Jollico Ooal Oo Miners and shippers of the GENUINK -- STANFORD. KY. O. Lsnhsrn ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. Try it We arc the sole Jgents for Stanford and Rowland Oilice corner ol Depot street and railAnd offer the services of It to the public. Brand road crossing. 6 new vehicles and fresh blooded horses make my IIIOCINS ,V WATTS. stable compare with s Livery Stable, Original Jollico Coal. Tho Bost in tho Country. me a call. P W GREEN, Proprietor AL. BURNS, Manager Gite THK STANIHRD-- 7; Insurance Company, AREEE Watertight and 111 Ice D.S. y, THE GOFFEY HOUSE e JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. 11 ..J' rt JOHN , Mid-dlebur- g. 1 First-Class'.Snlo- on court-hous- . 39-- 1 DB. J. A. AMOXT, Diar-rhi- ra Stanford, Kentucky. do-se- td m m 50 jT-- tf E. PROCTOR, jr fiSSss FARE K -:- m net Round Trip H flWJM ! FOR RENT. I COr sie-te- r, 2 TO THE FARMERS. d Blue-Grass,- " stop-ot- er to Earp's Art Gallery Junction Marble&Granite Works M BRUCE Milliner and Dressmaker ---- Latest Improvements, ot-i- y FarfflersBank&TrnstCo. ST CK TA ss M t PslSsw(s8BSoiiiL5r Blue-Gra- 1 tlrst-cla- is THE SHELTON -- Blue-Gra- ss them a Call. POSTED. - inter-matio- 1 fP&ff 'vSiTSii II. T. ESTATE Stanford, ss m ""!"" W-rJrW N Hue-Gra- Newport News & Mississippi Valley Co. jmessmWw msimWmm yiSBSSii 110 SfflS'Mil J 111 111 :, Nor-vl- Washington, . FIRST detvlop-rncnto- South-easter- n New York, Boston, s .$200,000 1 111 I Ful-kcrs- oa 18,500 . school-hous- e. A-- NiEW OBlLFiANS, , 1 Blue-Gr.ti- s Knox-vill- -- 1 1 CAMMNAS9 1 ill H V three-fourt- , 1 d THE WORLD'S FAIR CMIfOAiGr(0)q A Blue-Gros- WJIiiOT t -- NQOTMWEST0 writ-Ing- - pur-hati- ng CRUSH, D. P. A., LoulsvlUe. r - t .Lj t.. V. r Jl . J-- f , "v W' .. ii 1,