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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892081901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ' Semi-Weekl- y vol. xx. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTS LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. AUGUST 19. 1892. WIILLAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. DANVILLE. NO. 50 I1 K i Tho L. & N. pay car p.issod up tho Your correspondent was absent last Police court imbcm Wednesday were Married nt this plnce, on the morn, week, consequently no letter from hero. Bill Briggs, colored, S(M0; James Wiltag of tho by A. J. Olbony, Mr. road Thursday. Tho Lancaster Flouring Mills wero Tho regular union church servico liams and Louis Rout, white, $0.20 each; James Wilkinson to Micut May J. Nnpior. A. B. sold to Messrs. William Ward and J. 0, was held Sunday night at tho Methodist Mary Etnbry, colored, $41.10; all for slixhtly colored. Both parties aro church, Roy. L. E. Tuppor, of tho Con breach of tho peace. Elder W. A. Gibson preached hero Rucker, of Paint Lick for $7,00 . Tho democrats of Garrard county gregatlonal church, doing tho preachMiss Mattie White and Mr. Davie night and Sunday mornliiR. ou Saturday Boys prepared for Freshman and Sophomore classes in College at Notwithstanding ho divided lain crowd nominated W. JJ. Mason for circuit clerk ing. Nailor, both of lower Garrard, were marexpense of sending to school away from home. hrank Baker shot and killed a man ried Wednesday morning at 7 o'clock in less than one-fiftwho had Curtis A. Robinson for sheriff nnd R. II. with u lot of Greaser Mexicans, nnmed Logan nt Corbin, last Saturday. tho county clerk's officp, by Kjv. J. S. Discipline strict but not severe. Those entering arc enrolled for five on exhi- Tomlliison for county attorney. two bears and other attractions months. No deductions except in cases of protracted sickness. so In tho circuit court Wednesday Mrs. It is said that a woman was the cause of Kendrick, of the Christian rhurcli. bition, ho had a largo uudlenco-a- nd Uro. Gibson always Rosa Rrown Crow was granted a divorce the trouble. TERMS (For five months, payable in advance.) Mr. Hamilton Headley died st his did tho Mexicans. A very severe storm passed over tho from her husband, William II. Crow. largo crowdat this place. rtsineiifo on the Hnrrodsburg pike on Primary Department draws a $12 50 eastern portion of this county on the Tuesday night nt 10 o'clock, of heart On Monday, Ilarvoy Carman, from She was given the custody of her three Intermediate 17 50 lth, doing much damage to fencing and with which he had inen nfllicted Classical Knob Lick Creek, was brought before children and alimony. 22 50 Ainoung tho visiting attorneys this crops. A tree was blown down, killing for several years. HoumOIi yerra old Judge Win. M. Myers on a writ do week wero Hon. R. C. Warren, Col. 1 ill four of Mrs. Leforco's cows. A jury was impan and n native of Fayette county. Twelve liKiuirendo. Tho young people made up a storm years ago ho bought tho Peter Mason taking full evidence of and P. M. McRoberts, of Stanford, Rob-er- t eled and after Harding, Danville, Judge Denny, party and went over to call on Hon. C. farm and removed to Boyle, and lived his neighbors ho wan adjudged Insane Lester, last Tuesday evening, and here up to tho time of his death. He on Lexington, and Hon. Jerry Sullivan, of and started to tho Anchorage asylum took possession ol his premises. As ho was a quiet and unobtrusive gentleman of Deputy Sheriff Richmond. Tuesday, under charge DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Judge Morrow is presiding over the is a candidate for Commonwealth's at- nnd a good citizen. Tho remains were Mc. Wheat ond his ueighbor James f court with his accustomed ability ami torney nnd candidates are public propTHE NEXT SESSION OF THIS INSTITUTION BECINS SEPTEMBER 14, 1892, taken to Lexington for burial Thursday Hamilton. Ho has a wife and a children left lu unfortunate cir- dignity. He is closing up the ousinehs erty, ho could not refuse them entrance, morning. Mr. Headley left a widow, With a full course of study, both English and Classical. While the course ol Instruction Is especially to prepare young men for tne Freshman Clan, It li the tame cumstances. Troublo over an undecided of the court rapidlj and in a manner sat- but booh turned them over to his charm- but no children. His estate is worth nt adaptedEnglish education to any who desire It. In connectionintended atAcademy, time to furnish a with the liberal assigned isfactory to tho litigants and their attor- ing daughter, Miss Gertrude, who suc- least f.)0,000. law suit and 111 health may be neys. His election in the new district is ceeded in mnking all present enjoy A The State Meeting of tho Christian na causes of his unfortunate condition. sluco In reporting tho doubtless fissured and the people may themselves to tho fullest extent possi- Church of Kentucky and tho Womnn's lias been established in the Home anil under the personal control of the Principal. Regular study A week or two under the supervision of congratulate themselves on the selection ble. Board of State Missions has drawn to hours home are combined with the Principal and assistants and the restraints and government of Chrisdisorders at a picnic on Carpenter's the best educational advantages. tian Tho Whitley County Sundoy-Schoo- l shooting of eo worthy a gentleman and Ilicer. For lurther particulars in regard to board, tuition, etc , address Creek, we spoke of a father Union Convention met at Jellico Aug. Danville this week about 250 delegate, V. J. Kiunaird hns returued to who have been hospitally received and twice at his son. For fear somebody JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danville, Ky. 4 and the following werodo-vfrom this Mr. W. S. Frank is visiting of tho exentertained by the people of the commumight be wronged on account place: D. S. Jones, C. E. Mnrkin, G. S. Mrscited condition of those in attendance, his brother, Elder J. C. Frank. Sutton, L. E. Tupper, Walker Mason, nity generally. The ladies took up tho Tho one Huttie R. Wool rid go and daughter, Miss Misses wo failed no give names. Carrie Myers and Grace Jones. It day Tuesduy and we learn they conduct with tho offense called on us Mary, left for Denver, Col., Thursday. was quite a profitable meeting to thoeo ed their meeting according to strict par charged Mrs. A. II. Rico left Tuesday tho other day and assured us that ho Mr. and present and tho following officers wero liamentary rules and dispatched busiwas only for Cincinnati, where they will bo enterwas unreported; that there elected: Walker Masou, president; T. ness very rapidly. A greeting was givJ. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. en them by Miss Hattio Morris, in beone shot fired by his pistol and that was tained nt the St. James Hotel by Mr. J. E. B. Siler, Miss Nannie done accidentally In his son aiming to D. Truett. From there they go to Pad" Faulkner, secretary, and L. D. Denham, half of the local society, ond Mrs. G. W. 1892. Yancey, of Oynthiana, responded as get his pistol from his hand; that ho ucah, where Mr. Rico will engage in treasurer. Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music and lw In Htieh condition that he business. Mr. Henry Sandifer has re.,i,i Miss Thco. Hill is visiting Miss Net- president of the board. The State An. Excellent boarding department Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. turned to Middlesboro. Messrs. John and secretary, Miss Sublett, of would point a weapon at his noblo Bon, tie Smith, of Loudon. A few friends and that he honors his Bon for evmi Anderson, John Farra, Sam Duncan Cab gavo Miss Carrie Myers a surprise party Lexington, submitted a report mndo up using necessary force in getting him ell Denny and Hugh Logan attended tho last Friday night. Mr. E. E. Nelson is largely of interesting statistics. On Wedaway from the exciting crowd. Wo Nicholasville fair Thursday. Miss Sallio. visiting at his old homo in East Tennes- nesday anil Thursday tho State Meeting Bryants-villemaku the foregoing corrections with the Tilled is spending a week in see. Mr. Stevens, who is to be tho prin- proper waa in session, with President Mrs. Simpson and Miss Lizzie greatest pleasure. It is frequently cipal of the Williamsburg Academy this 0. B. Hagerman, of Richmond, in the MY ENTIRE STOCK AT no matter what pains a correspond- Thompson are in Danville attending the year, arrived last Saturday from Minne- chair. Tlte time was taken up in hearent takes, to be exact, for him to get the State convention. Mrs. May Dunn has sota. Mr. R. S. Crawford was in Louis- ing reports nnd listening to speeches on precise facts and It is always a pleasure returued from a visit to Bryautsville. ville last week on business. Misses May various topics. Free dinners were givMish Iuna WoouV is visiting her sister for us to rectify any mistakes or errors. and Ann Finley and Nell Freeman are en by the ladies of the church durinu ore also other attractions Miss Carrie Woods. Miss Sallie Ander- visiting Mrs, Collins, in Madison county. each dav Thoie Those needing adjusted Watches can get the following movements Tho colored folks of son has returned from Like Chautauqua. Elder G. s. Sutton is holding a protractheio Saturday. at prices stated: B. W. Raymond's $16; No. 50 Elgin $20; No. 86 Va Hamilton and wife leave this SOMETIMEYOU WILL MISS ME. McKinney, Dunville and other places Mr. Elgin $20; John C. Duber 14, Hampden; John C. Duber special ed meeting on Whetstone Creek. Wala grand week for Kansas, their future home. had au Odd Fellows picnic with ker Mason visited Middlesboro, Other movements in proportion. All work neatly Frcm Dear Kate's Scrap-Booand Pub- Si 7, Hampden. Circuit court convened Monday, march and street parade. While everyBarbourville and other points on In Affectionate Remempromptly done. Call and see me. ROBT. FENZEL. and fished thing ws conducted woll and in splen. Judgo Morrow presiding. Most nil tho the C. V. road last week in the interest brance of Her. did order, it didn't "pan out" much f- forenoon wits taken up in selecting tho of the Whitley County Fair, which is to Sometime you will miss me darline ' inancially. They had n ropo stretched juries. Tho cise against Canor Roberts be held Sept. 1, L, and '.). Mr. Smith waa When the long night shadows fall, I shall be beyond the starlight, around their grounds ond an entrance for killing Parks, tho sheriff of Madison, here last Tuesday in the interest of the And I shall not hear you call. 8 fee of M cent was charged at the gate. was continued by tho commonwealth on SUnford Ice Co. Mr. E. J. Smith and You will wakeoftimes at midnight "nig-gar- " account of important witnesses being s This win a mistake tho And ill think of one dear head sister, Mis3 Emma, of Jellico, spent SunAT- That your bosom saftly'pillowed made. They did not know how to absent. The trial of old man Kstifl for day in Williamsburg, visiting friends. Resting now auiotig the dead reach tho purse strings of tho Liberty stretching barbed wires across tho Lex- Mr. J. D Shotwell, of Rookhold, has All the proctnus lnvc you gave me "nigger." The Liberty negro will go to ington turnpike, was also continued. moved to Williamsburg and takon In tho olden, happy time, the bottom of his pocket when any John R. Jennings, Jnmes Francis. Tom charge of the WorloyiHotel. You Kill think of, and will weave it his appetite, Ralston and Ben Uulnu were each fined thing is tillered to appease Duftly into heartfelt rhyme, II) THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. either of liquid nature or fine eatable, J25 and given days in jail for carrying You will mini me it mut be M, Hut porhaps our God will Rive but the lino clothes and bra buttons of concealed weapons. Buck King, for And eo tin li.ilHtiird has ruuesscd. Unt me the puwarte cheer you blue-grnegro aro not much at- furnishing liquor to n minor, was fined i,x . . the And watch o'er you white ywu M. -- ii fV). Phil Spiluiaii, piiiibUtiK, was lined w" W,M" mM iMl mo memoors J""' traction to the Liberty negro. Most of .1..., ,..!..,.. ... .!... luijabikui;" W. v.. .... ..,..;. v"5 i.i turn i'u" shall come, if He Is wUHn?, Clmr follows went in as $20 nnd mmt to jail for 10 days. tho Liberty white At the lonely midnight hour, Anderson, boIHiij; liquor unlawfully, port Journal. Most of them will have home as deputy sherills to Coolers, And my presnce softly round you to plead the baby net. j $2.'t. Tho i'im.M Hi;.niust .Mai; Spen-cokeep order ami othera as Mr. John W. fined h.i!l onfwH when storm ckawds leu or; In view of (os Brown's wholesale N'mi Anderson nnd Nan llnitf, Shielding you from every ovll, Whipp's eons, the entertainment beiiiR othra of Ituttlu How fume, who vetoos Auditor Norman has announced Though you may not se my face, held on land under his care. I will never leave you lotiety wvro IndioU'd for VAgrancy, wore contin-no- thnt h will not pay ono cent of tho apThere shall be no vacant pUce. until the next term of court. Mrs. propriation for the World's Pair until North End Lincoln Counly. the constitutionality of the act hns boon All the hopes and aspirations, Miss Lena l'ulmer, of Richmond, is Sally Ann Aldridi; was granted u All the precious love c'ie known, from liar hiiithaml, Josh Aldriilo. established judicially, beuauuu ho thinks visiting Mr. A. T. Treylor this week. It These shall draw our souU tunthr the hill open to the same objections urgthe many Vhils tin tnuiUKtirH of the grout will U vi ry pleasant news lo Hound the great Hternttl Throne rmrtltw nro giving their time and ed against thoe vetoed. Io ot mourn for sue, my dariuti;, friends of Mr. Lewis Dodderer to know MMW W? flfc ILm mar m During the eight months''su8siou of Meekly bear thti chastening mm his three weeks' at ay at French talent to preiwratioitH for Imttlo In that I aw with you always the Iegislaturo, Representative Quigley and the iiieinlma of oonrtwsHru Lick Spring, lud., ho in now able lo I, who kmi you next to God. has not betdi nt home a single day and walk about, slid is expected homo this resting from their labors, and the nr.i-don- t I Ioertz has boen at tho capital Senator is Ashing, tho rent contlict week, to tho delight of According to a statement of a French the ist capital and labor is roIiij; ou all but 13 nays. Yet these two servants of oat con tain twice as much mineral principles to on lagan's Creek, men are iwdly needed the people demand and receive exactly or m ami grow hones of the auim.il a Indian of wheat can be count-- ovor the country. Strikes In Toinm-du- a at oxer 45 farmnnd Now York of an nlnnuinn chnracter, the same compensation. This isn't bus- corn. It w ia to 14 per tent, richer in protein and in tho fields of several adjoining for that is to say, in matter that makes musvle and anxhnvo followed rapidly upon thoso in iness, it isn't law and it isn't honest. other tltMie", Itesides that, onts contain a princiers and which they are exceedingly J. A. Dudderar is I'onnsylvnuia nnd Idaho and thoro IiOiisville Times. ple that has been ignored for a long time, a stimu Cantoris cured Colic, Constipation, "Cast oris. Is so well adaptl to children that ious to get nut.-Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation, .Some of tho members applauded lant similar to that contained in tea, nud cntTeui I recommend .taa superior to any proscription attending the '.bedside of seoniBto hen pumral uprising of tho Kills Worms, gives sleep, and iiromotea diat McCreary, during the reading of the governor's ve- contained in coffee. The German chemist who know n to mo." II. A. Archer, M. D., gestion. her aged father, who remains tpilto low. wast? earners in various purls of tho na- toes, when Spoaker Moore sharply repri- discovered this principle calls it aenin, from the Without iujurinus medication. Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. left lat week for an tion. It is an easy matter to mako light of Mr. Walter Garner Latin word indisOaU Tus Ccntach Company, T7 Murray Street, H. Y manded them for ignorance and incom- pensable for avelia oaw.and with arc almost all othregard to the horse, oxtouded visit to Denver, Col., l'iko's this and to talk glibly of suppressing it, petency. Dr. Mathers, one of tho clap or animals dne ought to feed them this graiu In is Hi 1'eak ami various pointH in California. but it a xsrioin mutter and a problem, opened the tho bolution of which has puzzled tho pers, remarked that the hands ho clap preference to all others. Misa Good., of Wayneeburg, good minds of the ablest men wo hnvo. It is ped wore tho same that ho clapped when "Doctor, my little boy is in a very critica state, White Oak school Monday with a the speaker was elected, and ho showed and I am sati'Med that Or I'rulie, who now atattendance. Miss Annie Parks, of Paint ono thing to bo in favor of law and orabout as mucli lguoranco in tno oue as tending him, doesn't understand the case I wish Lick, has been the guest of Mrs. Clara der nnd quite a dillbrent Ihitig to volunin tho other. The speaker said ho could you would come right over and see the boy.' of Louis- teer to shoot down ono Traylor. Mi Mary Collier, "1 don't see how I can do it. I'robe and 1 wero not stand such remarks as that and orcreature of "Who begs a brother of the earth, ville, uito an admirable little old friends and in those matters ot professional dered tho doctoV down. few To give him leave to toil," courtesy wc have to bo mighty caieful. 10 summers, has been spending a "Ma-pieThe Legislature adjourned till Nov. "Hut, great hea.cns, man If you don't come the Men's medium and light weight simply to protect a money shark in tho Mattio Klkln, at days with Miss of boy may die " 15 without making any disposition is completely dried up for accumulation of his ill gotten gains.. "That's The committee nppointed by tho tho governor's vetoes. In tho House 31 tho hoy. just the point. Supposa I should savo waut of rain in this section, nnd even a Why, Probe would nevrr forgive me." very little county court to rudistrict tho county has members, a majority of thoso present, Life. good rain booh would add but U. L. Hubble and about completed its work and will sub- voted to sustain the governor while but to tho crop.-MeWorth Irom $5 to $16 per suit. Nice line cheap pants worth from were chosen as officers mit tho Hiuno to tho court at its next ono voted against it. Tho others who Charley Withers HubIi llranch church, to fill tho meeting. According to tho committee's were opposed to tho governor refused to in tho Si. 25 to Si. 75. A few more pairs of Ladies' Shoes in broken sizes. vacancies caused by tho deatbB of John plan Lancaster will hnvo three voting vote, thus breaking a quorum. SeptemAll the above goods must be closed out regardless of cost; so call and agreed upon by tho IIoueo and Weed Smith. Tliomw Traylor has places, Ilryantsville two, Huckeye ono ber 5 was examine goods and get prices. Full line Fruit Jars in stock. as tho date for reassembliug, but tho returned from tho Springfield fair with ond Paint I.iclc two. Senate failed toconcurowiug to tho fili his excellent horse, Jesse Wilkes. Such Hichnrd Cioker, who is the leader blistering of Senators Goobei and Mulli-giwas not beneficial to his a long journey of Tammany Hall, but not tho Boss, as . . show animals, consequently ho returned John Kelly was, always means whnt Tho members who oppose tno govho without a "slick" tie. says, and he says: "Now York is nil ernor's vetoes urge that it is not the B. Pennington, who right for Cleveland nnd Stoyensou. Wo provlnco of tho executive to say wheth Mr. Stephen BViiT? Uiy.Tl bad coudition for a long will take caro of that, and nobody out- er a bill shall bo properly passed 01 not has been in a a o'clock, aged side need worry about it. I think that Tho certificates of the clerks and presid time died Wednesday at .Dealers In. ing ollicor8 of tho two Houses aro prima about 4S. lie was nan uruwiur u Mr. Cleveland will also carry Pennsylvahim of tho fact that tho Mmiirn T. M. Pennington nnd married nia, which is nt heart a democratic State, facio eyideuco to who with four although it has long been humbugged bills havo been regularly adopted. In Miss Sallio LlvlnRBton, remains by republican trickery. Homestead will addition, they say that, granting the children survive!, him. Tho "O'ing open tho eyes of tho masses of tho peo- governor's right to inquiro into this A NDt were interred In the family question, his ruliugs on this case would ple. Tammany hns solemnly pledged its make legislation practically impossible, ground yesterday. tomatoes; Cover cordial, earnest nud untiring support to ns any trivial amendment would hang a ThNi. the propel to Pel and that bill up for an indefinite, time. A Cream of Tarter llaking Powder. Highest ol a "Inuie, then Uy tho democratic candidates them with boiling water half pledgo will bo kept faithfully. Wo ex,l all in leavening strength Latest United State cold wator till H. them in Queensware, Glassware, Tinware, Lamps, Chamber Sets, Dinner Uov. Will 0. Barnes gave Btereop-tica- n Government Food Keport. ........ ...vinr,h shored olf without dlfficul- - pect to give them a larger majority than ROYAL HAK1NG POWDKRCO., a, , a. j any othor presidential candidates for a lectures on India at Falmouth on .omatoesroVcnand Sets. Also agents for the Empire Wheat Drill. 106 Wall street, New York. Tuesday and Wednesday nights. i were scalded. Stanford Male Aeademy F. JOHNSON, II., Principal. h Fall Session Opens Tuesday, Sept. 6, 1892. 1 Centre College Academy, Home Boarding and Training Department num-bero- Mid-dlesbor- o. n - Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 6tli, vice-preside- nt; ni Or-goni- zer NOW IS YOUR CHANCE. ililli-Cul- t, REDUCED RATES Pine-vill- e, - blue-gras- PliABOKABIUEi (GMMMBS I B. K. &W.H, Wearen's. Traces, Collars, Pads, flames, Leonard Refrigerators, White Mountain Freezers, Water Etc. i M . j . .load-head- s, ly .....' Garden Tools, Rakes, Hoes, Spades, Shovels, 1 r, huv-ur- ol d -- di-vo- ir rod-Th- ink 0 km V E 11.-T- hreher be-two- i v I 1 Infants Children. Mrs. s. THESY MUST GO. -Corn ssrs. SUITS, & " . ppiilf W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. FARRIS HARDIN, POWDER Absolutely Pure HABDWABE " STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, before they 1 ' . 1. T Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Ky., - A TBRRiiiLK atnto of snarchy exists in Tenne3see,oving to tho vacillating coureo and SrAKFORD, of nn incompetent and time serving gov- construction train running into an open ernor. The miners hnvo taken things switch at Coshocton, O. August 10, 1892 in Oliver Springs and capturing the Sylvester Young, tho O. & O. bookguards, troops and all, shipped tho convict miners to Knoxvillo, after burning the stockades. The troops surrendered like cowards nnd their arms were taken from them. Tho miners nro now gathering at Co.il Creek, about CO miles below Jellico, and an attack is hourly ex- Gov. Buchanan has ordered pected two regiments to tho scene, but if they are mado up of such cattle as tho others, it will bo useless. Trains are hold at tho will of the miners and a general state of lawlessness exists. Tho minors havo been sorely wronged, but two wroncs do not make n right and if they persist in their courso thoy will ceaso to havo tho sympathy of tho public. keeper who absconded from Louisville with $18,000 of tho company's money, has been located in Mexico. Tom Youni;. for tho murder of his wife, was given 99 yoaM at Owensboro. The evidence was circumstantial, or his neck would havo paid tho forfeit. Monroe county, Mich., boa bought nearly $1,000 worth of English sparrow scalps in three years, and reports that there are as many birds as ever. The West Virginia republican convention congratulated the people upon tho fact that thero will be no Federal supervision of elections in that Statu this Six workmen were crushed to death 15 others terribly mangled by a W. F. WALTON. At ono fell swoop of his veto hatchet Gov. Brown not only put tho seal of his THE LAST CHANCE. Preparatory A to going "WTR , East shortly, to purchase K i IV I f ' Jh KtvoijAl.wAbKCS condemnation on the revenue and taxa w7K 5$ V wwr tion bill, that tho Legislature had been patching up for 8 months, hut also upon We to close the corporation, geological and Goebel bills. It created consternation among the members and liked to hnvo produced a couple of fisticuffs, but they were averted and tho body, realizing its impotence, dedided to take tho recces it had agreed upon, and folding its tents like tho Arab, We fall. cost. quietly stole away, to meet tho outragAtMiddlCBboro, Mies Annie Carroll ed constituents. The chief objection l-- 2c The People's party in Xortn Carolina was arrested, charged with infanticide. .Pongee of which is given by the governor, along infant was found buried in nominated Col. Skinner for governor by Her hour-oll-- 2c with others at length, is n lack of constiacclamation, but after hearing him the sand, and there is no doubt of her tutional majority upon final passage, tpeak of tho danger of republican su guilt. which if suetainod will nullify nearly premacy Judge James II. Hazelrigg, candithrough division of tho white everything tho body has done, at n cost, vote, thoy with date for the democratic nomination for one accord decided that too, of $250,000 to the people. The govho wasn't tho man for them and throw- appellate judge, claims to havo enough ernor also objects to tho revenue bill be- ing him overboard nominated another instructed votes to nominate him on the cause of its auditor's agent feature. He candidate. Col. Skinner was right. The first ballot. thinks that the fees that havo been paid peoplo's party humbug Judgo Morse, who was voted for for can do no good to these agents have been without war- for democratic candidate for vice president, itself nnd only harm to tho democrarant of law and tho question will be test- cy in the South. has been nominated for governor of ed in tho courts. If the governor's views Wisconsin and tho democracy claims to are sustained, then the auditor and his Bno. Bull, of the Georgetown Times, be confident of victory. sureties will have to refund S100.000 paid tolls of a woman who in ten years has Sophia Lyons, the notorious confiout in such fees. The vetoes nro given birth to four "pair" of twins and dence woman and sneak thief, who some in their results and show that says the eight children are all alive and time ago attempted to rob a bank at Mt. Gov. Brown has the courage of his con- healthy. The old man must have lost Sterling, has been released on $2,500 bail. victions, which seem in these cases as in his calculator on his California tour. Ac- Her pal, Billy Bourke, is still in jail. To others to be eminently correct. we cording to ordinary arithmetic four pair Jerry Simpson, tho sockless statesof twins would equal 10. Did your wo- man, has been nominated for Congres When asked by Senators Gorman and man havo a "pair" of twins each time or by the people's party in tho 3d Kansas Ransom to write an article on that infasimply twins? district. The democrats will tuipport mous measure, tho forco bill, Editor DaLogan Murphy killed his father and him in order to beat tho republican na, of the New York Sun, excused himnominee. ' self on the ground that his engagements one or two other men, but when the It is said that the friends of Tnlton did not admit of his taking the time, mob went for him at Winchester hiB killed a score of men and but referred the gentlemen to Senator brnvado deserted him and ho begged Hall, who has who is to bo hung at Wise, C. II., Va., David B. Hill as tho best man in all tho like u booby for his life. The average are organizing to of MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. country to write it. This, of course, is murderer is always a sneaking coward, for one his murders, rescue him and say they will in no ovent a slap at Mr. Cleveland, as well as the who only fights when he has tho drop. Leopold Kahn, (Admiral Dot) 2.s, hang. gentlemen who nddressed him and tho A cringing cur is not more humble than permit him to Russia, in spit6 of its religion, seems and 4S inches high, was married in New latter deserved no better treatment. Tho when somebody gets the drop on him. o , tt?5arv r?w. to bo especially cursed. Added to tho York to Mica l)ttio Swartwood, 23, nnd 1 svmSA New York Sun, long ago, ceased to be a high. The Clark faction aud the Hogg fac- horrors of starvation and tne cliolera, is 49 inches democratic paper aud its editor should In the parlors el the Myers House, tion have split tho Texas democratic now a terrible hurricane, that has done not have been given a chance to havo o Wednesay afternoon, Mr. M. M. great damage and caused and immunse shown his unaccountablo dislike of the convention in two and it looks now like and Mrs. Lena Luitr weie united two candidates will bo nominated for loss of life nnd property. head of the democratic ticket. in marriage, Rev W. W. Bruce- oflicint-ing- . MaLogan Murphy, the governor. Wo believe it was Gen. Mra.T. II. Wright, Mrs. I. F. Sam Jones, the evangelist, says a great Grant who said the democrats could be goffin county boy, who killed his father . Steele and other West Enders came in tho Montgommany things that would sound better always relied upon to do the wrong and a down to witness tho ceremony. The ery county jail, won't do so nny more. A coming from a clown, but he usually thing at the right time. Call and secure Rargains. Mt. Sterling mob brought him in from groom is a lino youug business man and drives centre. In this remark he hits Congressman Stone is always bound tho Winchester jail Monday night and the brido a handsomo and fascinating POST-OFFIC- E the bull's eyo squarely: "Down South to widow. The union will no doubt prove get there. He is not only a hanged him. bill; they are wild on the a happy ono and to that end wj extend A. C. SINE Confederate soldier, but a leading Treasury notes to the amount of want to borrow money for 2 per cent. ) N. MKNhl'KB Baptist, nnd has just been re elected were presented Monday at tho rordial good wishes. Why, you fool, you might pay tho 2 per moderator of his association, a position at New York, and gold was cent., but you could not pay the princiwhich the l says he has paid out on them, for shipment to Gerof debt and then you will pal. Stay out held even longer than his seat in Con- many. It was tho first time that so large havo no debt. You fellows are always gress. an amount of the notes was ever presenI will fell at public auction at Rowland on Satstanding nround for something to turn urday. Aug. T, the following houiehoW KxJ up. These merchants are not going to The Covington Commonwealth has ted fdr redemption. 17 IVdtteatis, Mattrrosct, Bed Spring. Chain. New i John B. James wanted the commit Comfort.Pillow C'KJ Feather i'llluws, lilankMi, help you; these politicians won't help reduced its prico to ono cent, just 100 Ca Sheets, Window Shades, ijo Tarda put me per cent, and increased its worth in tho tee to fix upon a primary election to of Carpet, small Table, Wah Stand, Wah you; they are lying to you. You Howls and I'ltchors, 5 nice warming Stoves nominate a candidate for Commonin mind of an old hen sitting on a door same ratio. In ue but two Stove complete, No. S and wealth's attorney in tho Fayette district months, la lamps, I Swincinc Lamp, Spittoon, knob." Oftlcc Dishes of all kinds, (mall Looking CUssaa, Calico NEWSY NOTES. and when it naniM mass conventions (Juilts, Napkins, Refrigerator and Safe. ALoone York World has started a The New Iluckboard ami he withdrew from the raco leaving milk cnw, and Harnett Rood at new, i ijood -- Mmc. Patti will get $300,000 for 40 other things too numerous t Western democratic campaign fund and Charley Brontston a mention. Terms rrade known on day of ,ile. concerts on her 10th annual "farewell" its proprietor, Jos. Pulitzer, heads the Tho Lookout Mountain properties, Kverybody invited. MRS WM.COOLBV. 43 list with a contribution of $10,000. Win. tour.A buckwheat trust has been formed near Chattanooga, were sold under deSingerly, of tho Philadelphia Kecord, cree of court Tuesday. Lookout Inn, in New Jersoy with a capital Btock of and numerous others give $1,000 each. which cost $180,000, brought $S3,000, the HUSTON VILLE ACADEMY The World has been long doing much to broad gauge railroad up tho mountain, Up to August 1 the World's Fair ofREV. W. W BHUOE, Principal; educate the people on the tariffquestion, MISS KATE BOOLE. Aaalatant; Dealers In ficials had spent literally paid out $7,- - which coat $400,000, sold for $31,000 and and has converted many a sinner to the $400,000 of stock in thocompany brought 250,000. Opons 1st Monday in Sept. belief that the tariff is not only a tax, Glorious rains fell throughout the $13,750. Primary, but an onerous one. Tho six new States which were not .Special Intermediate and Advanced Gradt. fur Southwest Tuesday, but still they come attention given to preparing boyi of the Union at the last presiCollege. members In 1SSS, Grover Cleveland received not to us. For Tho total amount of taxes to b e rais- dential election, cast 20 electoral votes, 47 tenm. At., addrex the higest popular vote ever cast for KKV. W. W. ltRUCE, llutlonville.Ky. as follows: North Dakota, 3; South Dapresident, 5,538,421, or 9S.444 more than ed in Now York city in 1892 is nearly kota, 4; Montana, 3; Idaho, 3; Wyoming, Harrison, aud yet he was not elected, $34,000,000. 3; Washington, 4. The republicans count The following goods we are going to close out Delmar, Del.was almost totally debecause he did not carry enough States. will stroyed by fire. Ono person perished upon all these, but ought surely to be All tho indications now are that tho mistaken in at least two of them. of the majority will count in November and 300 are left homeless. The strike of the Lehigh Valley Col. E. Lambert Johnson, a lawyer and that ono of the bravest and best' switchmen at Buffalo continues to men who has ever occupied tho White and wealthy citizen of Dewitt, Ark., waB spread. Tho Bwitchmen of the New House will move to it again on March burned to death at Pine Bluff. It will pay you to sec them if you need anything in the list:l,5j Three highwaymen beheaded a man York Central at Buffalo have quit work Articles to Suit the Most Fastidinext. near Ellenbur, Wnsh., and were pur- and it looks as if the switchmen on tho ous. A complete line of The Barbourville Herald is getting sued by vigilantes, who caught city will join All light Dress Goods, including Fine Dress Patterns, and hung other roads entering the out an edition of several thousand this them. the movement. The Erie and Lehigh Organdies, Swisses, Challics, Canton Crepes, week containing a fine picture of Con(ew York city is not oxactly a dry Valley roads had to move freight (rains Urandonburgh Cloth, Pine Apple Tissue, Cotton Challics; gressman J. H. Wilson and an enumera- place. On a single , day there recently under military protection. tion of Borne of the things he has done tho city league met in The republican State consumed 70,989,1 10 gallons of whilo in Congress. Tho Herald is Jred-h- water. Lexington Tueslay and elected L. J. Gents' Puff Shirts, Ladies' and Misses Shoes, for its home man as it ought to be. is said that Gen. J. R. Hindman, Crawford president and Sam J. Roberts It Ladies' Waists, Ladies' ready made Underwear, by a of Adair county, will bo a As the 11th is to be represented Tho resolutions speak democratic including Gowns, skirts, Corset Covers, &c: republican, Mr. Wilson is in better shape candidate for Congress in the 11th dis- in the highest terms of the splendid adto do it than a now man. Also a splendid line of light Wraps. ministration of Gen. Harrison, nnd in trict. George Mortimer, a boss lineman on glowing words of the great prosperity of Although the mob that came for the Memphis & Raleigh electric railway, the country under republican rule. They Murphy, at Winchester, made Editor touched a live wire -and was instantly denounce the present Kentucky LegisAdams put out his lights and hide be- killed. lature for its failure to do anything of Complicated Watch Repairs and hind an imposing stone, while the devil Artistic Engraving a Specialty. Linsoy Carter, negro, fatally stabbed interest to the State at large and proph .. h sought shelter inside tho press cylinder, his wife at Somerset, All goods sold engraved lreo of charge. of tho reand the colored esy the triumphant election ttfl'Your patronage respectfully solicited. he had presence of mind enough to issuo population say they will lynch ' him if publican ticket. a creditable extra telling all about ,the caught. mob, what Murphy said, &c, foe a copy -- Win. Creswill, a MIDDLEBURG, CASEY COUNTY. trotting of which wo are indebted to him. Is Receiving His horse trainer at Lexington, took inor-- p The Teachers' Institute for this hiuo and died. He had been on a proGov. Buchanan, who entered as a county will he held Sept. 5. to tracted spree. democratic candidate for District conference will he held Successive generations of the Allin the office of Tennessee's chief executive, hero at tho Methodist church, beginning Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. and withdrew when ho saw he was not family, in Mercer, havo been in office Wednesday. himself ns an inde- continuously as circuit or county court in it, has announced Kev. J. N. UowliiiK preached at the pendent candidate for that office. While clerk since 17SG. Baptist church Saturday and Sunday. I Gov. Buchanan at last declares that 3 out making the canvass the people who Ho will be permanent supply until tho Dealer In he will annul the outrageous lease which hung him in effigy forcommuting King's church secures tho services of a regular JLots Foreign and Domestic Fruits, has brought so much bloodshed audtrou-bl- o sentence, might swing him up in realipastor. In the corporate limits of Rowland. upon Tennessee. Confectioneries, itc. ty. Mrs. Lucy Benson, wife of William Supervising Architect Edbrooko es Has with htm a first class balcer and can lurniih H. f. DAKST. Rowland. of the writer, died at and read, Cakes and the like on short notice. S7 labor law Col. Will S. Hays has sent us a copy timates that tho new homo on the 7th inst, stirring campaign hong, written will cost tho government fel.OOO.OOO a her 72 near hear of.the ned years. Her remains were taken Havlnii? removed my llarber Snop to the Com XC3S nnd composed by him, entitled "Cleve- year more on building contracts. merclal Hotel, I am to Poplar Hill for interment. DEALER IN Hon. A. E. Stevenson will speak at I can supply the families of Stanford and vicinland is tho Man." It is said to be a fine Prepared to Accommodate Ladies ity willi home made Ice at 60 cts. per too pounds: -- : production and will wako tho boys up. Bloomingtou, Ind., Sept. 10. Ho has alThere havo been two udditions to less than that amount at one cent per pound, and as well as Gentlemen, manufactured Ice at 75 cents per too pounds or lie On the title page is n letter from Mr. so promised to attend a barbecue to be Mt. Xenia meeting since last report. It In anything they may wish in my line. And Country Produce, cents for smaller quantities. Ico delivered every waited on. Call fn me. thanking the colonel for a given in his honor at his birthplace, will he announced Sunday night whethHas opened hi stock of goods and la ready to nerve morning, I call special attention to the John Cleveland the people of Stanford and vicinity lie Is offernrewinz C.s Celebrated I X. L. Hcer, for copy of the song and commending it Herndon, Christian county, Ky., Sep- er the meeting will continue longer than ing unheard of llargaliu and all who want nmen l im agcnii .tin luiuisn ill Cltner Keif Or THOMPSON, goods at tho lowest possible prices shouldc tember 2. bottle. M IlfcC IV highly, The price is 40 cents. that time. In Commercial Hotel. him on Logan Avenue, near Lancaster pile. K. DKEMER, a ft 111 IF ii rIkflto cm m wjp.i o:V f A LXT TOCK, 9 cants have concluded out what little 5!S "UML3nOL 30GL 33ET Lawns at 8 have on have on hand regardless of d Our entire stoch Persian Mull 12 a yard. India a yard. 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, $5. In fact, every article in the House reduced, As We Must Have Plenty of Room handle the immense Fall Stock which will buy. THE LOUISVILLE STORE. ,lIai'b Street, Stanford, Ky. &&$k '. . W.B.JMOBERTS, . E?mv DTJGGXST, San-didc- fellow-prison- Drugs, Toilet Articles, School Books and Stanford REAE OF JIOOM. sub-treasu- ry one-legg- Bub-treas- Courier-Journa- Public Sals. SINE & Proprietors of TIic MENEFEE, STANFORD LUMBER Y1RD, and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. Ccxik-111- U-c- in-btc- walk-ove- r. iKVEBANCE Mi 0. SON 9 Dry Goods' and Notions, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Pools and Shoes, Carpets, $c BANKS Regardless THE JEWELER, : of : Cost. Watches, Clocks ot vice-prcsine- Jewelry And SILVERWARE. t6 ..ii .Astm? u7 ... wnpti&ii?r uirowr& .. .if.. rUMUPLEY,-- well-know- n Spring & Summer Goods tSMMMfflM For Sal Twenty Building step-moth- C. D. POWElkX,, AKTB B3SEB. General Merchandise, Call-als- o Ure-m-er JESSE .Jtf ,'. Stanford, Ky. -- ,JV . V-- . Ai A, ($ c T - - t 1 Sherman Nicely, who Iioh been In Mixed Sricrant A. A. Wnrrcn's Louisville for somo time, under treatInterior Journal el Grocery. ment, died at the Nawcoinb Hotel SatTun engine of 2.1 broke down going up urday. Nkw lot of Novelty ties jttut received Wcdnesdny nnd ill had to creep through Stanford, Ky,, August 10, 1892 nt Mcllobortfl & IliRRinn'. Mr. A. D. Smith, of Memphis, has 9 yesterday behind a "hog," which made been gathering data for n number of About closed out our stock of Spring Clothing; only a few Suits left, Wnnre agent for the Kcllpan Wheat it nn hour late hero. which .we offer at years for a history of the Smith family of B,o.WAaTON,Jius.ManaRer Drill, the butt in tho tnnrket. Karris & nrltmry election to Rockcastle. Don't foruot tho Hardin. Green Ambrose and Misa Eliza morrow. Let every democrat in thodis" MEANS lOUSINESS. I am receiving n full line of fail suitof Disputants, were married by trict, nnd Lincoln county particularly, ings. Come nnd net first choice. II. 0. turn out nud express his choico in the Rev. D. Y. Lamb nt the clerk's office, E.norayino beautifully nml nrtiatlcnlly Hupley. donu at A. 11. 1'enny'n. races. A full nnd fair expression will Wednesday. v Just received a new stock of the Ann Robins, after several months Uv your 1)OoUh nnd hcIiooI Hupplirft of Jutxn: Moutiow Iiiih ctillixl a upecinl eecuro us tho best men for nominees. 11. rnny. who eulls term of wandering, wns coptursd last week and hII kindtt from A. the circuit court to be held hero A ktbii nightfall a terrible stench arises has resumed his old job of breaking rock tliciu at publleher's prlc'H. 30. Hayk your watch, clock nnd jewuirv Auk. ftom tho ruins of tho livory etnblo in upon the street. repaired nt A. K. I'enny'H. All work I iiavk only a few goods left nnd nm which tho 22 horses wore burned, tho' The officers have iwen on a close . wnrrnuU'd. Kkmrmiikk thntnll Bilvenvnre. vrntcliori. (lotormitutl to lom) them out at once. it was thought that nil their remains lookout for Armp Rowland, who is wero taken out. There must be some wanted in Garrard county for the mur riiW&c., bouriit nt A. It. Tunny 8 wll. See stock and get prices. J. II. Foster. ILAMJA ho enuraved freo of charge. left nnd the city authorities should see der of John Stewart. Found. A cap, which tlieownercan that tho stench is reIn the Shoe line wc can offer you A surgical operation was performed In Stiff and Soft Hats, Caps, &c. yEfiSONALPdlNTS. get by discribing it and paying for this moved. upon Mrs. A. G. Talbott last Sunday. anything for Jack llorr is now with tho MeKin- - notice. W. E. McAnally, nt College. physicians wore present. Sho is Tun commissioners, Messrs. W. 0. Ten ney llro. Tjik colored nine of this plnco went to Hansford, John Bright and J. M. Carter, reported as doing well. MibsICdna Counts wont to fircons- - Somerset Missefi Cook, of Richmond, hnvo rennl won tho morning game, 12 met with Judge Vnrnon to settle tho burg yesterday. turned home, after several days' visit to to 10, but lost the evening game 12 to 1. magisterial districts yesterday, but they As low as any House in town. Miu J. J5. Patrick, of Jneksoit, has Misses Ella and Lucile Joplin. Dr. PerThey droe throiish In n 'bus. not agreed at the hour wo went to had joined his wife hero. cy Benton, of Brodhead, was hero SatE. &W. Collars, Neckwear, Hosiery, Puff Shirts, etc. Trunks and Mh. 11. O. rKNi.vTOM, of Middiesbo-r- o, Tin: K. C. will run n special to Deer-in- g press. They wero trying to compromise urday. Valises, Umbrellas and Gum Coats. Is down on a brief visit. Cnmp Meeting from Rowland next on live. D. NWilliams, Henry Catron and SquniK M. 0. I'outman continues very Sunday, at ?l.r0 for tho round-trip- . The The Teachers' Institute will begin R. D. Colyer have been appointed Wc have a few pairs of Shoes and Slippers that were slightly dam ill nud is likely to dio nt any timo. train starts at 5:25 a. m. and leaves the Monday and our citizens can mako it to ro district county into aged by removal at our recent fire that wc will sell regardless of cost. Mian 12U.K.N Hallou left for Somerset grounds nt r. i. pleasant for tho visitors and not discom-diod- e magisterial districts. Instead of 14 wo Wednesday to open her music school. themselves by showing them at- will have four magistrates. Tub Stanford Mnle Academy will tention. Theso Miu. K. A. Pyiiam, of Holltvar.Tenn., and badly-pai- d A fight occurred betweeu Jim is the guest of Prof, and Mrs. J, M. Hub- open Sept. 0 under tho "Huirgo of Prof. people nro very appreciative and Thompson and Mason Dowell, at FreeB. F. Johnson, A. M who comes to us bard. wo hope all the courtesies that can bo dom during time of church, last Sunday, Mia JoiinS. Hikiiikh has returned from Missouri highly recommended. extended them will be. over a fair maiden. Dowell was cut from a two months' stay nt Hock Castle Sou nd. on llrst pne. several times in the tussle. Springs. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. F. D. Love, an accomplished young Shkiiht Colso.v took Joe Henderson, 1'nl- Mussns. L. n. GivKNfl and S. G. W. H. Johnson sold to J. G. Lynn gentleman of Johnston City, Tenn., rea fow who has been confined in jail here for ,a Hum, of Hurrodflburg, weru hero turned home yesterday, nfter u, week's four months, to Pinuvilh, Wednesday, 100 ewes at f 1.50. The bargain harvest will soon close, so those who want goods at nays ago. S. W. Givens bought of Mr. Cox 00 visit to his schoolmates at this place. II. for trial for ono of the numerous murnnd bur daughter, Mns. Cait. Dkli'H owes at !.0(i. L. Myers, ot Woodbine, is at his old the low prices ders charged to him. Misi Minnie, of Louisville, are guests of Sam:. Good cow and n young home on a fow days' pleasure trip. Foa friends bore. I)iiiatchk to tht Ciiicirnnti imperii calf. Mrs. Mary Wray. Wesley Bulling, of Dallas, Texas, is Cait. V. J. Wash met tho pay lmin from LnncHMor nay that tho betting Mrs. E. T. Rochester bought of Mar- here after an absence of fifteen years. nud hero as usunl Wcdnesdny night there, which is somewhat heavy, is three tin Harp a buggy mare for$i:!0. Mis-- i Mattio Moore has returned to her it over the K. 0. to ono that Judge Sniirley will win tho G. A. Luckcy bought of Carter & homo in Williamsburg after n week's Wc are closing them rapidly, preparing for our immense fall stock; Cait. Sam IIaii.ky is running in Cnpt. nomination for circuit judg" to morrow. Givens about 100 ewes at $o 75. visit to Misses Lena and Bessie McClure. so come at once while you can get stuff so cheap. A few more left Lairy Keith's place while ho is visiting A hail in North Dakota de- Hugh Miller Sunday in Louisville. Tkk signal enrricu iiroMiiHml ns showhis family in Covington. Umbrellas, Ladies' Vests, Ladies' Oxfords, Corsets, stroyed 750,000 bushels of wheat. Harrison Briiniiamun's daughter started and all choice. CArr. 11. 11. Jbnks, the compotunt and ers yesterday, but they had not come John G. Lynn sold to a West End to Colorado Sunday. Gloves, Laces, Hamburgs, &c, oluvor chiHf railway mall clerk, was over when this was written. The drouth has party a pair of mare mules for ?:10. tho lino Monday, and emil tho night become nlnrming. The corn is cut Bhort comJim Reid Fold a NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. and the gnus is almost ready to ho here. bined mare to J. II. Farris for $150. Missus Jk.nnik and Ansik Comiv, of by spontaneous rnittlmnlinn. T. L A, W. A. Lilian! sold to Monte OwetisCoro, who Ihiyo HMnt tho mi tuTint management had to nfwto tin Fox for Nelson Morris J12 head of fat catyesterday for mor at Mr. T. J. Hill's, left splendid little actress, Kat Mortimer, tle nt VJ. and home. All ready Prints have been advanced by manufacturers to All person lnvinj; cUlmt against the firm ot Co ami all liulebted to it will Crop expertHitJtimatoth.it tho two Ctutlwuk, llnil.-C. TmiciiKAiiT and Miss Mary three nlghta next wcbk, owing to the Mim. S. We prcumt them roerly certified to me or other goods will follow, so come now and buy what you want. of Walton's Opera House, Dakotas will produce 125,000,000 bushels John K. Ilail-- at Crab Orchard. MyurH, uho.Mtiltlieiuintiwr nt Luke condition O. 1' NEWLAXD.Atrtgnee. have some gents' low quartered Shoes that must go at the will not ho used until there is of wheat this yoar. Clmutainiua, have returned and are which not the Hliiilitr.t doubt nbout its safety. Tho Benzley Bros, bought of Win. guoBta of Mr. S. S. Myers. Moreland 10 graded owes at $1.25 and a Miw. Stkimikn Brunt was called to Tiik adjusters have not sottlod with J. Southdown buck for $10. I havo orcHcil ahoiocr Wm Dauuhertv'sand to attend tho funeral of her B. Georgetown Foster yet. Mr. 0. D. Thompson, of Yorkvillo Belle won the Omnibus am pro ii red to do all kinds of ehlrlc painting in nephew, Sam Curtli", who wns killed by a firtt'dai utile and at rttmonable rate Give me tho Ixindon, Ltverool & Globe, was up Stakes, worth $10,500 to tho wlnnor, nt a call. Our cheap Clothing is not all gone and anything you want in stock JOHN II DeNARDI. 4i wagon ruuuing over him. Wednesday, but failed to reach a settle- Monmouth Park. Time, 2:30. you can buy cheap. Mn. Shack Huitman. of Hustonville, ment nnd he and the adjusters of tho Mr. J. E. arris telegraphs that his who is in very Kid health, spent several other three companies in which Mr. fino eaddlo mare, Xliio G., won tho preMb uncle, J. P. Uailey. days with Foster is inMired, will meet ono day next mium nt Nicholasvillo yesterday. lUv. J. W. Lynch, who la recuperat- week to fix up tho ma'tter. Wm. Moreland sold to S. II. Baugh-ma- n ing in Colorado, in n private letter says 30 Southdown sheep at $S 50 per lx)v Bate. Col. C. P. Atmoro writeH that while wandering over tho Kocky heed and bought of Fouiea yoke of cattle of beats that the L. fc X, will wll round-tritickMountains ho ran upon n deu et from Lebanon to London, inclusive, for $100. and narrowly escaped with his life. An Owen county man sold a hogsMits Daisy Gastinkau, ono of to tho G. A. U. encampment at Washing(Late Alexander's Hotel.) Hweot sixteeners, is visiting ton at SH.&O, giving choico between tin head of the lS'Jl crop of tobacco at $42 Mrs. 1). A. Twaddele, of Uowinnd nnd 0. it' O. und Cumberland Gap routes. and another from the same county sold per cwt. Rates $2.50 Per Day. will Boon return to her home accompa- Tickets will be on sale Sept. ami one at Jerry Briscoe sold 25 fat 2 year-olK. Shank, niece of will bo good to return Oct. 10. Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-Housnied by Misa Tilth mules to n Christian county man at Mrs. Twaddele. Ky. t Rev. W. E Aiinold proved himself n about $ 100. The same 20 Mn. Sam C. Hardin, of Clinton, n : W. R." LOGAN, A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, brother of Mark Hardin, of thi place, is good Samaritan. A man named JohuFon, others, tho 15 averaging about $00. Manager. J. J. Marshall, clerks. Bloody with four little children, himself looking Cattle are in light demand in Cina candidate for Congress in tho FOR., cinnati with i) for tops; hogs in fair deHim a like a corpse, lay in tho 11th and his homo paiwr gives big boost. Ho would make it lively for Square- Tuesday without money or food. mand with best at 5.(0; sheep are dull Mr. Arnold's tieart was touched by his at 3 to 5.15; lambs are active with best John Henry if nominated. story, and taking them to a hotel, hud atfij. Mn. J. P. Chkhihton, who lias superThere wero 200 cattloon tho Georgeintended tho erection of tho ice plant. them fed. He then raised ?11 and sent Mason, Lightning and Wire Top Tuesday, after them on to Guthrie, where they hnd town market Monday, none loturniul to Louisville SHOP. Feeders brought 3.35 and n lot of having gotten everything in ship shape. started, after the death of the mother. 3 to 3L Mules wero in demand and is thoroughly posted in his business Ho Butcher Shop on I hao just opoed a In last ihsue a notice that a pin had brought $453 to $95. Lancaster street, here will krep at all limes nnd by IiIb quiet and unnbsuming for tho been found nnd left nt this oilico A hog buyer for a leading Chicago Hindu friends of all ho was thrown : :m::E3.A.TS : owner, wns published. It proved to be packinghouse is reported to liavo said: with. ih.i on Iw.rlitninril. which I will sell at the mar Porcelain and brass Preserving Kettles; Refrigerators, Water Coolers,. Foil soino time an iDgrowlng nail on Mrs. AV. P. Tate's, but the notice devel- "I believe hogs are going to sell consid- ket price I hac .1 rim nu, large refrigerator White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers, Fly Paper and Fly Traps. willaluaji be kept fresh Hnd nice his big toe has slackened tho fast gall our oped the f'tct that a number of pins hnvo erably highor and think they will reach and mit JULIAN LSr (jlinu business manager generally goes and has been lost in or near Stanford. J. C. $0 before the end of tho month." Wire Cloth Spring Hinges and Corner Irons, Grind Stones, Scythe Florence writes from Cumberland Gap Maud S. is no longer queen of tho given him great pain. Tuesday ho MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, Stones, Grass and Weed Hooks, lades and naths. to hnvo it dug out by tho roots, that his son, A. B., lost one while here, turf. Nancy Hanks saw her 2:08 j WedCollege hoped it was hers Full line'of cakes, Candies and Fruits. Prices to suit the times. nesday at Washington Park, Chicago, and Difi. Cook and Penny performed tho a lady at tho Corner Main and Depot Streets, him and Basil Guest, of Danville, thought it and went her 1 Beconds hotter, making operation, which has blnco rendered Kentucky. might be his sister's, Mrs. Vns. Such a record of 11.071 on n regulation track. Stanford, hors do combat tho delinquents. things ns these ought to convince tho a handsome line of Spring and ConshiPtine, lias just receleil Tho great stallion, Millinery and invites her fnendi and the old fogies that advertising pays. CITY AND VICINITY. GO TO- bought at Lexington auction sale last summergenerally to call In and get first choice. public and HoJincU winter by Graham & Costley, of Boston, Hats artistic hands. trimmed. In the latest stylo by Hki.d. John Skidmore, for the killmost Olivkh plows and Dick's feed cutters " ing of his brother, Craig, had his exam- for f27,0O0, has been shipped to Chicago at J. II. Foster's. ining trial before Judgo Vnrnon Wcdnes- preparatory to starting in the $10,000 Notice to the Traveling Public. I have had. .. Youn nccount is due and wo nead the dny und wns held in $500 to the circuit stallion stake of Ilamford. nnd Bottle. Severance & coirt. The evidence was nbout ns wo Wiehl shipped this week money. Call Simon HOUSE Son. gave it in our last. John seems to hnvo from Mt. Sterling 503 export cattle which At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished andbought atlj cents. Dr. B.F. Cloud k.u. in rrmnrtmn with Hotel one of tho best saMn. J. It. Auoitii is tho first to re- had great provocation, but he was on he FORnu;ht In the State, bought for Mr. Thompson, df Clinton-vill- Uous meets all trains.open day and night: aHoue In connection with build. Ho already has ono of tho frame horseback and could hnvo easily avoided weight 100 man also one of the best Mineral wells in the Mato 37 yearling wethers, have housea replaced and will soon hnvo tho tho encounter if ho hnd tried to, which ho n.i tnr reference to water, call on Mr and Mrs. admitted on tho stand. Ono of tho broth- pounds, at 3 centa. Winchester Demo- G W. Patrick, Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Kloyd In othor up. gram, Erin, Tenn , A. A. warren. a"n,oru, jjr. ers tells us that John had it in for Craig I'rnrjor. C. II. Ilraum. Mr and Mrs T. IV. Tho Marion County Fair and Trot- Y. AccoiiniNH to reports from Garrard, and was glad of tho chance to go for 11. Johnson, Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs meeting New Haven, Jim Cox. GteensliurcK. Kates $ per Judgo Morrow is continuing nil tho im- him, hut he has no Idea ho intended to ting Association will hold Its; At. 1'elrcv. clerk, uive me a can portant cases, bo ns to give his democrat- kill him. Mr. John M. Real, to whom AuguBt'JSto 20. There will bo trots day J J. W CAKKIKK, Prop. oioiy 150 entries and $0,000 in each day, with ic successor something to do. John mortgaged his property, went hia stakes and purses. A special train will bail and ho was released. 1 am compelled now to call on all AND SALOON run from Lancaster each day, at ono for ft Bettlomont. dubted to mo fare. Secretary T. Horaco Clelland has AT ROWLAND Shot in tiik Fack. Just nfter dtnnor call tit basemont of Severance & Son's Wednesday at tho Baptist Association nt ourt hankH for remembrance nnd pay mo. J. B. EubnnkB, Beo Beynolds, a son of Mnjor HT. VERNON, ROUKCASTLE COUNTY. I offer for sale privately my frame Hotel and considerably reduced, but BeynoldB, of tho Wayneshurg neighborM Btock is Snloon at Rowland? which are now renting at J5 Jim Lowtnan is still improving and per month. It is centrally located and a fine point is in good shnpo. Come nnd hood, infiictod a very painful and ugly what I have shall keep constantlyjon During the year 1S92 I ViS2 lor business, being at a terminal point on a divist". tv room and wound in tho left cheok of Estill Gooch, will likely recover. of It has good well, stable coal hand a full and complete beo mo in the rear ion of the L. S: N stock of outbuildings. Address of Eubanks. It seems that tho difficulJohn Larue, colored, hns been grant- house and other necessary FLRRILL, Stanford. buy goods at reduced prices. W. B. MR MARYC. 3 over somo imposition on tho ed a pension of $12 per month, with ty aroso part of young Reynolds on a young $294 back pay. BirLTOiSSr, W. S. Jackson, stock claim agent of brother of Gooch. When Gooch reThocasoof Mahnly Coflbo against H., settled with Mrs. Mary marked that ho would settle with him, her uncle Tilman Coffee, for slander, baa Dealer in General Merchandise, thoL.A Wrny for killing her mnro at 575. J. L. Reynolds presented a 3S Bull Dog and been compromised. Lumber and Shingles. Moro-lan- d pleasure Sutton was allowed f 30 nnd Wm. fired at him. full in tho face, tho ball Jeff McQueen has sold hia farm to Goods sold for cash only. It gives mcam doing to the public in general that I My stock of ?9 for four sheep killed. striking tho left cheek and ranging Mrs. Georgo Cresa nud Tom Cresa and is to stateunder the Cash System and that the people nicely on to downward nnd lodging in tho under jaw. now in Clay county hunting a new are rapidly catching tor the the fact that it is the buyer and seller. They Mn. E. W. Smith sold 30,000 pounds of better system, both - At tho fire of the pistol Gooch fell ns place. also know that I sell aoods for about a third less p. for tho company hero on hia niouncredit buslncis. Re. though ho was dead, wtn Ileynolds, Tho county convention of last Sat- than my compctitori who do on band a splen- Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers ol member that I keep constantly tnin trin. Mr. J. T. Williams, of London, w'as very mild nnd instructed for did assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries, Cloth, 20,000 pounds. Tho with pistol in hand, took to tl.i wooda urday taking a Roots, Shoe. Hats and the like Call in and drompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas judgo of tho court of ing, my atock, which is replenished almost daily. see A. R. PENNY. nnd purest of any on nnd at last accounts hnd uot been heard J. II. Hazolrii;c for DALTon in charge. ico is the hardest J. H. HILTON, Rowland, Ky. I anneals. from. tho market. Motl- mi-Wee- Yotm trade solicited. Danks, the " id located nt Carson's store. jew-clu- r, WE : HAVE ' 2l Lin-vtlt- e, Greatly Reduced Prices. NEWEST sy a Tsrir im JL disease-breedi- ng LADIES, GENTS AND CHILDREN, 1 ra 1 hard-worke- d M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. ONLY A FEW MORE. m Had Better Come at Once. f-- three-year-ol- d " ITotios to Creditors. ,V- - Must Be Redueed. plc 3o-- 4t 6c r CARRrAGBjAINTING. Lowest Prices Ever Made.' J. S. HUGHES. Primary Election VOTE FOR m p Saturday, Aug. 20. Mh!-dlesbo- ro's THE WILLARD. e, BJ-2- 0 d man-bough- Sauney first-clan Louisville, Court-Hous- o CIRCUIT JXJDGE NEW BUTCHER 1 Now Is the Time to Buy first-clas- Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, man-n..r- n THIS BEST Tin Cans, Sealing Wax de-tide- d Milliner and Dress'Itlakcr A. A. Warren's -- 1 THE SHELTON "Model Grocery" t l! e, FRUIT JARS, JELLY GLASSES, TOPS AND GUMS, SEALING WAX, &C J se HOTEL 1 1 FOBSALE. J. H. A R PENNY DRUGGIST AND 'JEWELER, r post-ollic- o rts. Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. Toilet Articles Glass, Books, WATCK3SS, CJQOCKS & J3SBT3SX.HTT car-loa- 57-r- i rttorflttlWillitMteim - I if' V " m ! " Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal! AT CHURCH AFFAIRS. -- Published Evory Tuesday and Friday 3 IUSII VJSA.K -- I2ST Vhm not opaid 92.50 will be charged.- - K. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train naves Rowland at 7.00 a, m., returning at 15:10 p. m, L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ....,1339 pm til train going North laopm South... . " .. .U55J . Express train" South ......315 am N orth...... ... ....... .....6 5V am Local Freight North..... m South., ..- The latter tram also carry passengers The above is calculated on standard time. Solar time is about ao minutes fatter. M 5p QUEEN & CRESCENT South-boun- ROUTE. Trains pass Junction City as loltows: Q & C Special 116 am J hast d Mail u:S7 p m ; New Orleans Limited 3 17 p. m.; Special 8 40 p.m. C. Special 3 06 ft. Grata Special 6oo a m. ; Cincinnati Limited 1.4S p. m.; Fust Mail a.tS p. m. Hlue-Gra- ss North-bound-- ".;" DR. W. B. PENNY, Dentist. Office South side Mam street, in office recently vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, SUnford, Ky. grand-childre- There were 23 additions at Elder Martin's meeting at Paris, Sunday night, making GO in all. Now Try This. com you will surely do you It The Glasgow Times says Row J. M. rood willyou have anothing and or any trouble with If cough, cold Bruce was elected moderator of tho Lib throat, chest or lungs. Dr King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and it guarerty Association, which met at Dover anteed to cue rebel or moncv willColdsnaid back bo Sufferers from La Orippo found it just the thing last week. and under itt me had a speedy and perfect recovexpense and Elder W. It. Lloyd closed a threo ery. Try a sample lottle at ourthing lenrn for yourself lust how good a It Is. Triweeks' meetinK at tho Newtown Chris-tio- al bottles free at A R. Penny's Large church, which was a most success-on- e, site 30 cents and $1. thero being G7 additions. GeorgeSpoclmon Cases. S II Clifford, New Catted, Wis , was troubled town Times. neuralgia and rheumatism, his stomach was Itev. Robert Rose, tho famous moun with disordered, his liver was affected to an alarming fell preached soven funerals at deirree. annetite and awav and he wis terriblv re tain minister, strength. Three bottles of duced in flesh Ilogtown, in Rowan county, Sunday. Electric Hitlers cured him Kdvvard Shepherd, Harrtsburg, HI., had a run The congregations were the largest ever ning sore on hit leg ot eight )ears standing. Used three bottles of Electric Hitters and seven botes assembled in tho county. of Itucklen's Arnica Salve and hit leg is Sound Rev. A. S. Doak, of Selma, Ala., and veil John Sneaker, Catawba, Ohio, had on his leg, doctors said he preached a sort of a trial sermon to the five large fever sores bottle Electric Hitters and One incurable Arnica Presbyterian congregation Wednesday one box Itucklen'sPenny's Salve cured him entire-y- . Sold at A. K. drug store. nicht. Those who heard him say he is During the epidemic of flux In this county latt mighty good man, but you can guess summer nau nara ot work to Keep a. su . ..... . . . i t,amDerinins tone, unotcra and Uiarrha-- j. the rest. Kerne dyon hand. People often cirae to or n miles Itev. Richard Deering, of Louisville, in the night to Ret a bottle of the remedy. I have been selling and tho oldest preacher in the Kentucky and find that patent medicines for the past 10 years it has given better satisfaction In Conference of tho Methodist Episcopal cases of diarrhrca and flux than any other medicine I ever handledChurch, South, died at Chattanooga, Golconda, Pope Co, I. II Ucnham, Druggist, Over 300 bottles of thit remedy were where ho had gone on a visit to his demic referredsold in that county during the epito. It was a perfect succest and n drug-stor1 As a general liniment for sprains and bruises of rheumatism, lamo hack, aeep seated or mutcu- lar painet. Chamberlains Paiif Ilalm is unrivaled. For salo br Dr. M. L, Ilourne, Druggist ami Op- tician, Stanford, Ky. Tor J. II. BAUGIMIAN, MONUMENTS Ofjall kinds, II. T. NOEL Is a Candidate for Circuit Judge In tho 13th District, subject to tho action of tho democratic party FIRE AND STORM INSURANCE AGENT Representing Mado and Set Up in All Parts of tho Country. No Agents employed. M. C. SAUFI.EY, Of Lincoln, Its Candidate for Circuit Judge In this judicial dlttrtct. subject to the action of the democracy Hartford, of Hartford, Conn., Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. Pcnnnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, Ins. Oo. of North America, " Companies. I woutd All of which are firt-cla- t be pleased to wait on my friends 111 thit line. Pol. ieiet nromnllr issued. Will insure acainil torna Lightning clausdoes, wind storms and lightning es attached without additional charge Office at Fust National Dank, Stanford. W. ADAMS in-- & No. 41 llroadway, Lexington, Ky. SON, THE RILEY HOUSE" J. fa a S. OWSLEY, JR., P. B. niLEY. Proprlotor, London, - - - Kontucky. I have moved to my new Hotel and am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public. Good Livery attached and every convenience desired. Give me a call. 77 andldate for Commonwealth's Attorney, tub. jecttothe action of the Democratic party, in any Judicial Dittrict to which Lincoln county may b. attlgned. CASH for To Farmors. I I am Agent for the Celebrated : FRANK RII.KV, Deering Harvesting : Company, Highest cash market price paid NOTICE TO THE TRAVELING I PUBLIC. Hotel, the .... Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, &c, at And offer their Machines to the people of Lincoln county Their llioders are unexcelled aprf their Keaptrs ana Mowers staml the highett of any in the market Alto keep all klndt of fixtures on hand ( flm ee me before niirchatimr DiTirr National Hank J 11 UAUGHMAN, iS-Stanford, Ky. 4 . . hate opened In connection with my a M. F. S ELKIN ?& & CO., A MYERS First-Clas- HOUSE, ti Falls Branch Jellico Coal Oo Miners and shippers of the GENUINK tyr SPANrORD. KY. O. Lanharo - 111 John U. Cattleman. A. S. PRICE, SURGEON DENTIST. Office over SeNeranec & Son's Store, Main street, Stanford. Sam Jones said at tho Urbana camp R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. DENTIST. Is moving to the Higgins omce, Lancaster street. Nitrous Oxide Gas Riven for painless extracting. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. DR. JOHN M. CRAIG, Homeopathic Physician, - STANFORD, - - - KENTUCKY 3 Omce Hours: io to n a. m.; 1 to itp. m. Office on Lancaster street, opposite 39-t- p. m.j 8 to court-hous- DR. J. A. AMOIT, Office opposite Coffey House, Stanford, jo 6m - - Kentucky. DR. I). E. PROCTOR, S HELTON HOUSE, Rowland, Office hours 30-a- m : 7 : oa. in Kentucky. and 5 to to 9 p rn. TA22 - PATTERS. You are hereby notified that I or my Deputies will meet you at Hutonville, Waynesburg, Crab Orchard and Stanford on Aug. so, I'nmary Election day. and ou afe expected to settle your taxes meeting that "lawyers can be a power for good, but many of them are pettifoggers, who will do anything for money, Bucklln'sArnlca Salvo. and are dirty, contemptible curs, like a The best salve in the world lor cuts, bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapwart on the devil's nobc. Editors, too, ped handt, chilblains, corns aud all .skin erup ought to be a power for good, but when tions and positively cures piles, or no pay requirIt is giv. you hit some of them you hit a skunk, ed. moneyguaranteed to Price perfect satitfactioc, refunded 15 centt per box. or but if they think they can say any morn For tale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. mean things about me than I can about them, why let 'em pitch in." A big entertainment will be given at e tho in Independence on the When Baby was sick, wo gave her Castoria. 30th for tho benefit of Rev. George W. When the was a. Child, alio cried for Castoria. Dunlap, whose long continued sickness When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria. Whoa tho bad Chll lren, she care them Castoria, has been seriously felt by the community as well as his family. Tho fact that the dependence of himself and his family is upon his ministerial labors and that his atllictiou has deprived tbem of tho "IMr. John Carpenter, of Ooodtand, lnd. Diar- tried hambcrluln's Colic, Cholera and means of support, has prompted the rhn-- Remedy, for diarrhroa and severe cramps and pains in the stomach and bowels with the best ladies to make this move in his be- resulu. In the wortt cates I never had to give more than three dotes to tffect a cure. In moil cathalf. es one dose will do. Resides Itt other (food qualities it it pleasant to take,' as and 50 cent The Cumberland Presbyterian stabottles for sale by Dr M I. Ilourne, Druggist and tistics, which were issued last week, in Optician, Stanford, Ky the General Assembly minutes show a gratifying increase. There is a total membership of 171.G0P, a gain of 0,137 ONUS FIRST CLASS KOR THE during the year. Ministers have increased from 1,039 to 1,070; congregations from 2.S44 to 2,910. Thero is a decrease HARVEST EXCURSIONS, in additions, the number being 11.SG2, AUG. 30 and SEPT. 27, against 17,034 last year. Contributions THE "WISCONSINCKNTKAL LINL' gained greatly, the total being $794,570, Will run lo- rate Harvest Excursions on above against 703,503 la9t year. Montana, North and dates to points in Minnotot.1 juc-cef- was the only remedy that did cure the worst cases. Dorens of persons there will ccrtlf that it saved their lives. In fourotherfpidvinlcsof bowel complaint this remedy hst been equally 35 and 50 cent bottles tor sale bv l)r M L. Ilourne, Druggist and Optician, Stanford, Ky ROYAL Insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&OASTLEMAN MANAGERS, Agents throughout the South. Try it. We are the tote agents for Stanford and Kowland. Office corner ol Depot street and railAmi offer the services of It to the public, flrand road crusting. new vehicle! and fresh blooded horses make my 6 HIGGIrfS .V WATTS. stable compare with s Uvery Stable, Original Jellico Coal. TIIK STANFORD-- Tho Bost in tho Country. me a call. Give P W. GREEN, Proprietor. AL. IIURNS, Manager, ? Watertight and Ice Co. f- THE GOFFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY., Has cotitraitrd with retpontible firm lor lis plants and will have the Ice and Electric Plants completed in about sixty dart, the Walir Plant soon a In order to place individual contracts in ad. tantc for ater and Electric Light, IheCempaiiy offers the following Necessary water pipes will be laid, counected to mains at actual cost tor pine and vork. Electric wires put In and nccettary futures furnished free ol charge 'lobe of best quality and guaranteed to glte saliifaction. The schedule of adopted rate Is from at to to per cent, lower than is usually glxtn JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. conduct it Niilo not only maintain Its high reputation, but to add to its long Hit ol friends Special accommodations for commercial travelers and fine rooms for the dltploy of samples, court-hous- Commerce Building, Louisville IThlt Hotel, renovated and In my charge and I intend to refurnithed, Is gov. Schedulo of Yearly Water Rates. W. A. TEIBBLE, Local A?ont, STANFORD. KY. A j7-t- First-Clas8!Snlo- on And IlILLlARDand C CXJ x O f Dwelling of 1 rooms, one fautet .. . Each additional room. . ... So Each additional fautet Storti, Hanks and Private Oflicet, lauc'el i. 5 09 . 00 private, .. 3 on POOLROOMS attached. Ilathi,attachmentone lawxt Hose lor sprinkler . ... .1 - 5 JOSEPH COFFKY Siablet, private, one animal . . a wi Each additional animal . 1 oa .is 1 1 CJ Do Stfs Kx Electric Light Rates. I'or aP One arc and three ute: c p incandescent lamp 363LXS V M fed 5 pervar roriAi p to " t 16 ....r incandescent each " light, per mo. 11 tj9 m jj ii ii ii . ,1 64 3 0 I--1 Far Rettdnnce rorittific ' x ,,1 p 11 intiidecenl " L'e lamp per mo. II II n 11 Round Trip -:- it lor a "" each additional " or f Hither Infurasation, apply to 4ih" " 31 " K.c f J W HAVDEV.Sup't, - d Junction Marble&Granite Works m. aiuiaiurne j. i I ,uuiiiruii HUBBLE. oj II1' F digestion, Constipation or Costncness we can not The society ot ladies Is the school of politeness. cure with West's Vegetable Lier Pills, tvhen the Mountfort. complied with. They are directions are strictly All I am or can be I owe to my angel mother. purely vegetable and never fail to give satistac-tio- n. Large boxes, containing to Abraham Lincoln, Sugar coated Pills, 35c Heware of counterfeit! andimitationt. Remember woman is most perfect when most T he genuine uianufattured only by The John C. Welt Co., Chicago, III for sale by A k. ren womanly. Gladstone. 9j-i- ) r ny Earth has nothing more tender than a pious woman's heart. Luther. He that would have fine guosts, let him liavo a fine wife Hen Jonvon. A Disguise our londagc as we will, 'lis wom.in, woman rulet us still. Moore. No man can either live piously or die righteous A new and Complete treatment, consisting of without a wife. Richter. suppositories, Ointment in Capsules, alto in box Loel) won. an, that caused our cares, can every and pills; a positive cure fjr External, Internal, care beguile. Heresford. Wind or Ulceding, Itching, Chronic, Recent or Woman need not look at those dear to thorn to Hereditary Piles. This remedy has never been known to fail. $1 per box, 6 ior $3, sent hy mail know their moods. HowelN Whv suffer from this terrible dUeaie when S. writ A woman's strength is most potent when roled ten guarantee Is positIely given with 6 boxes, to Lamarttne. refund the money if not cured. Send stamp for in gentleness free sample Guarantee issued by A It. Pinny, OU and ater woman and a tetret arc hostile Druggist and sole agent, Stanford, Ky, Call for propei tics Ilulwcr Lytlon. samples, 7 Yes, woman's love is free from guile and pure as NtfliE$-- ff bright us Ainora's ray. Morrin. ev.BWmX. Jgtif. Eternal joy and everlasting loe there', in you, woman, lovely woman. Olivay. Even In the darkest hour of earthly ill woman's loud affection glows, Sand. Dr. EC Weil's Ncre and Uram Treatment, a Itaptured man quits each doling sage, Oh, woa specific for Hysteria, Dimness, Fits, Neuralgia. man, for thy lovelier page. Moore. ' Headache, Nervous Prostration tamed by alcohol Heaven will be no heaven to me if I do not or tobacco, WakelulnettlMeutal Depression, Softening ol Drain, causing insanity, misery, decay, meet my wile there Andrew Jackson. death. Prematura Old Age, llirrenness, Lost of Kindness In women, not their beauteous looks Power in either sex, Impotcncy Lucorrhora and win my loe. Shakespeare. all Female Weakneites, involuntary Losses, of brain, Silf by caused Every pretty woman should be a flirt, A month' treatment Abuse, Oulda, six boxes to clever woman a politician, $i, six tor $5 by mail We guarantee $5 will send Decision, however suicidal, has more charm for euro. Each order for six boxes with to refund il not cured. Guar- & woman than the most unequivocal Fabian sucwritten guarantee antee issued oaly by A. It. Penny, Druggitt and cest Hardy. 97 iyr oleajeQt, Stanford, Ky. S. Duubar's house is finished nod it is said to bo tho best ono in the couuty. A protracted meeting will begin at JUNCTION CITY, KY. Go Have just erected a new Marble ami Granite Bright's school-houon the night ot all prepared to Heuv The most Celebrated Eye, Ear, To have jour photographs taken, He ! up kind tand am fully Granite workfill Iorders fr my have in Kentucky Hedgi Aug. 30. Marble and fjl am agent for The Centraloffer with all the y.y iretgnt Nose, Throat and Chronic Disthe seryices of employ skilled workmen tram the Fence Co. il Lancaster, and Kev. Kendrick Reid, of Indiana, is Ucililfmcan not be utlll and I will Hot ke both myself and the Company to the citirensof ease Specialist in the State. 3 JOE S. WHICHl Lincoln county. I am t cry thankful for the libervisiting Wm. Hubble and attending the al patronage received and hope by fair dealing to need of a good convention at Danville. gool Mtlamctlnn. merit acontinuance Farincrt And v.ill y "LOCUST GROVE" fence will find me at the Mjers House in Stanford A J KARP.Manford Henry Cox has rented Wm. Hub-bleon each County Court day. M W. JOHNSON. 07.6m house on the river and w ill move O ' tn it about the first of next year. I'OR SALE 1. M. I3RUCK. J. H YEAGER B. W. Uiveus bought lo good Block OF STANFORD. KY., ewes from Bud Cox at about $J5.7u. Most nr nnetl r arm anu nciic.i mii in i.inoiit ca, JjJJi. BRUCE & YEAGER, Land, situ- ol 450 Is new fully organued and ready for busmen with comprising ... acres ... C. . . all tho wheat has been sold hero at 70c mc &.... aMiiiai., .U iv.ni.u wmi leu u ..1. ihd mil. lini. City turnpike and the principal part threshed and deSTABLE F2E9 Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. of Uncoln. Fronted by the Shelby Danville and accessible to the Stanford ana This u one of the best Slock Farms In the livered. 19,000. Blue-Surplus, . - - - region and is in a high Hate of calti STANFORD, KY. Sotno bad boys went into Joo Rob- vation AmmdaDCc r water lor all piirpoto ' SUCCESSOR to TIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL Soil is fertile and is suitable for the crowing of ' The nboe firm went into effect July nt and re- fnson's melon putch a few nights ago HANK OK STANFORD, hrirp, tobacco, corn and wheat Taw Uad it so spectfully asks a share of the patronage of the and played havoc with it. It seeniB that Now closing up) with the same assets and under located so that It can be divided and two Anr public. lartas made The intprotemenU aie a Urge aswl management. the saute the b. bs. must have broken out in a new Hy provisions of itt chatter, depositors are at commoerlnu. dwelling a cnnveniml stock burn, MOHELAND, fully protected as aie depositors in National Ac , the btwt ui fruit of all kind, rtr lor infor NEW RIGS AND HORSES place, from what lias been done in this Dealer m rl aV vc K II JON Kh, Stanford Hanks, its shareholders being held individually snati a, apply to community. J I) IftNgS, liable to the extent of the amount of their stock and nothing but Orders for Cattle, Shocp and Hog3 Hv Vteti KII.KV, I'inevillc tl therein at the par value thereof, is addition to the turnouts will leute the stable. Mr. and Mrs. James Kngletn.tu gave Soiiciled Slock Calrl n,l Shrp a may act at p ulty amount invented in such shares. It I srsons having any of Ih, above de.cnbe,! Dripping Springs a visit last Sunday. , tie utor, administrate, trustee, Ac, as fully at for sale or wt.hlnt 1.1 purcha.e tame, ivili nttok Give tli an individual well RUSH, Mrs. Hindn Duncan is up again, after an Inchon or address at. An evixrience of fifteen 37 lo those who entrusted thetr bulsiottt te ui s Ln.,h, b""' f profit to me and while mnaeinv the Lincoln National Hank ol illness of a few days. Mr. and Mrs. lid I think I pranttl.le both Stanford, e we here tender our many thanks and REAL AGENT 71" '""can 'makeaddr.Si,nfotd,Ky.to the buyer O trutt tbey will continue to traaaoct their business Douglas, of Bradfordsviller art visiting 1 Office at the Myrt Hnu.r with ut, offering as a guarantee for preatM attenMr. Joo Stvopti s family. .r 1... .... 11 tion to same, our twenty years' oxperlence in Ky. (IBMIO r HUtllKlCi fishermen and IVICHAIIII banking and as liberal accutumo4atius at arc conothers not te trespass ou our muds without IF YOU ARK GOING Dr. O'Neal, of Lancaster, and Dr. . with sound banking. miction, as all suvh will bo prosecuted to the I have quite a number of I ARMS lor salo ol the Dunlap, of Danville, aro waiting on Mrs. J. APPLEftfAN Ml. D., tinent tt extent or the law istgnca: H Landstn Lincoln county. very beat HtKXCTOKat or C.'il.SPOOVAMOORK 7tf S. Hubble, who is in a critical condition. Thcm Farwi are all well improved and jf'ed I J William j, Mt. Vernon; J. E. IIRUCE. if THE CELEHRATED rich lands, running in Mto from to to 500 Acres THE C. HALL. THOMAS Mrs. Catherine Blackerby'soldeatdaugh-ter- , J. M Hall, Stanford; ContnUring tbeit locality, their ricba.t and ferSTEELE UAILEY. tility of soil, theconvenituceofturnpihM and railJ. S. Owsley, btaaford; Mrs. Martha Holtclaw, living in A.M. FELANU roads that bring markets right to our dour, they II. W.GAINES. S.J. Embry, Staiiferd ; are cheaper than the Lands of any other county .in Missouri, is here on a visit. JAMES GIVKN'S. J. K. Lynn, Stanford ; ncre it trurieiy a rarm in me coun Form rly Professor of Practice of Medicine, the Mate I. S. PHILLIPS. Joe Robinson sold his bay gelding tv over s miles from a ilerot A. W. Carpenter, Mtlledgevtlle; ANION REN ACKER 1 he county it checked u Ith turnpikes running pi CLARK REYNOLDS. to Monte Fox for SS0. G. A Swine-bioa- Electrical ftfedica! College, J F. Cash, Stanford ; nnre is not a itnc rood en inevcry ilirectluti M. LALKOWITZ William Goech, Stanford, K) bought a tering the county scat that it nut Macadaimseil mule of J. W. T I). NEWLAND TORONTO, CANADA, We have the Knnxvillo Hranch of the I. A N It S II. Shanks, President. W V. HAYS LouuviLlt NaaHVlllc R. n. Eubanks for S1C0. Sam Spoonamoro's R, dividing the county from Hast tu Won and the J It. Owsley, Cathicr (. C. I.ON Now Examining Physician of the C S. K It iroiu North to Niih; the K C. R R FRED BAU.MANN. mare was taken from tho stable a W M. Hright, Teller Irom thit place to Cincinnati. croiug the C & O. Is the line for you, as its Southern Medical Institute, ago and ridden all night. at Winchciter, giving full accost to the markets ol the whole ucrld. Hctulet, we have thni largo us mat LOUISVILLE, KY. market I'lour .Mills in NATIONAL BANK for all our grain tnecouniy home; give the adevelop TERSE TRIBUTES TO WOMEN. and right at We will pay the uboe rcMard for any cateo Make cloie connections at Sick Headache, Inof the mountain regions ol Kaitern and Liver Complaint, Dspeptia, mint OF STANFORD. KY Will be at Myer3 House, Stanford pike, 4 FOR RENT. miles from Stanford. A? gE&E W. H. Miller, South Dakota. Tickets will bo good twenty ao) days from date of sale, with itopoier privileges to points west of 8L Paul and Minneapolis For tull information, address any of the Company's representative, or JAS C POND, Gen'I Vara, and Ticket Agt., Chicago. III. 53 City M awn. . Ix&tf .'i'ii'jitSmkkwfmJ "if uk!P ?'lfmM TO THE FARMERS. to Earp's Art Gallery se Latest Improvcmeiils, give-oos-i- 111 's n SREfy f armersBank&TrnstCo. S T 1 CK 111 FAHM A lorn-litk- e. Biue-tir- Ai M Wffm' &kw?&tmwt WII.LIAI pun-hate- tirst-cU- s! cm a Call. POSTED. 1 1113 ... m Tflwwge& I II. T. ESTATE Stanford, a.t 11 S. ORTK WEST, English Specialist. 1 d 1 few-nigh- 3500 REWARD. FIRST Double Daily Trains Tuesday, Sept. 13. jrrinK XSS IP JAPANESE AwjEEu CURE a. m, to 9 p. m., one day only, returning every rour wccks uuring iiieyear. Dr. Appleman is a graduate of Hellevue Hospit al Medical College, .New vork City, ana the electrical Medical College, 'I oronto, Canada. Ho has made a special study ot the dneases he treated in the great Hellevue and Charity Ilotpital for suv eral jtcars and recognics no superior in diagnosing and treating Chronic Dlteates He devotes all hit time lo the treatment of chronK and nervous diseases of both seves and his skill at an expert in this class of cates is well established Treats and From S Capital Stock Surplus 5200,000 20,000 Permanently Cures Acute nnd Chronic Catarrh. Ringing in Ears, Dealnest, Diseases of Eye, Ear, Note, Throat, Lungs, Kidney, Urintry and Madder troubles Hnght's Disease, Diabetes, Dyspepsia, Constipation, Rheumatism aud Paralysis, .Epilepsy or Fits potitively cured. Vouni; or middle aged men tufTerintf from Sper- matorrnea, Impotcncy, Krupticnt, the results of errors or excestcs, should call before it is too late vv'e giirantce a cure if cate has not gone too far. Superfluous hair and all eruptions of the lace permanently removed Attention of the public is invited to the fac that this is the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Rank Act depositors are secured not only by the capita) nock, but by the stockholders liability lor an amount equal to the ttock, so that depontort of this institution are secured by a lunu 01 1400,00a, Five sworn statements of the condition of the bank sre made etch year to the United States government and its assets are examined at stated times by government agents, thus securing addititona and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally ettablithed at th Deposit Hank of Stanford in 1838, then lied as the National Hank of Stanford in 1S63 and again reorganized as the First National Hank of Stanford in iSSs, has had practically an uninterrupted cxittenceof is years. It is better supplied oow with facilities for traQtactingbutincts prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solic-te- d The Director) of this Hank is composed ol T. J. Potter, of Stanford; Forcstui Reid, Lincoln county; J.W. Hayden, Stanford; S.H. Raughman, Lincoln; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. S. Mocker. Stanford; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill, Stanford. W. G. Welch, Stanford; W.P.Tate, Stanford. Blood and Skin Diseases. As Syphilis Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, "tc, cured by never failing remedies. Diseases of women, such as Lcucorrhca, painful Menstruation, Displacement ot Womb, .bearing down pains in back, relieved in short time. The Doctor carries all his portable Instruments and comet prepared to examine the most obscure medical and sargical cases. He undertake no incurable di'eascs but cures hundreds given up to die. ea over-exerti- on and-evcr- y CONSULTATION FREE And Confidential. Address , J. S. APPLKMAN.M. D.-Louisville, Ky. fa.i OFFICERS: J.S. Hocker, President; John J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A. McKinney, Assistant Cashier, Kentucky bv isilmads and the out LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI let South by railroads has created such a demand For all points. for all kinds of cereals and iirovendcr that wecan THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. scarcely retain enough tor homcconsumption. '1 he people arc prosperous, geiierout and kind, HAGGAOK CHECKED THROUGH believing in Chrittianlty and education. Thwre For any information enquire of is not a neighborhood in the county but has a F. L. CLIFFORD. Acent good church and school-hous- e. Or ZtnfnA Stanford, the county seat of Lincoln.it a prot- Y' W. W. PENN, Trav. Pats. Agent, perous little city of about 3,500 inhab.tants and it In. ilrmrwav from the North and North Junction Cny, Ky eatt South and from the Northvvett to boutheuit, and standing as it does gating right Into the bot-o. . ..TAKE THE of the undeveloped mountains of Southeastern Kentucky backed up by the wholo flliiii Grata region ol the State with railroadt running through it to all pointt of the compats, males it naturally one of the best located towns in the South for manufactures and other eutcrprltes of magnitude Water Works are now being agitated and right of a mile aboue the town about! there could be erected Water Works with very 2ISJflUMlIwMICH!CAS0 fir (( little cotthit would supply a city of 150,000 inmi i habitants with the purett and bett water in the world Our little city has been newly rebuilt in the last few years and its hutinett homes ard residences will compaie with larger cities of greater Our merchants and tradetmen are pretentions LINE TO We have two all protnerous aud doing well banks with a capital stock of $ 100,000 that are prosperous aud in a good condition. We have tplcidid schools. We have a Female College, a large brick building, with over 100 pu .And. nils tn attendance and under the prlni ipalship ol Prof. J M. Hubbard, it in a flonruhing condiALL tion. We also have a Seminary that it a POINIS school, with Prof 11 F Hlakemanat its head We Public School buildings in have one of the best this section of the State, with over 100 pupils in .And... attendance, and with other good private schools, you sec our school facilities are excellent We have elegant church bullniiigs, repreicnting every denomination, with a full corps ot ministers oflias class talent and are doing a better business than any class of men in the city, Finett and bett Vettibuled Buffet Sleeping Car I have tried to make this statement as facts, and Parlor Cars on all trains. without anv exaggeration or coloring, as those No change of cars, best accommodationsquick who know will bear ne out, and those who wish lime and lo vest to buy pleasant homes at fair prices and locate estFor Information rales." address among'a good people with all the bett surroundIAS. BARKER, G. P. A., ings, would do well to call and see me before purc'fi G. CRUSH, b. P. A., LouisvliE; hasing elsewhere South-eastern 1. 1 tn three-fourt- hs llUJMPIlBallJ ffrmamasoEas mm THE WORLD'S FATR OMIOAGf. WJIiiST gJ -- NRTMWIBST. v .,