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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892082301 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. " ' T - - v- ' r $Si Semi-Weeklvol. XX. COMMON SCHOOLS. y Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. AUGUST 23. 1892. JUDGE M. NO. 51 C. SAUFLEY LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. HUST0NVILLE. Biennial Report or Their Condition In Lin Wins the Nomination for Circuit Court coin County. Judgo Hands Down, .. t Tv the Editor ol mo irucriur jou .i i leliuvliiR that tho public flhouiu do Carrying Every County in the District. nnxtPil In pimnrnl. If not ill detail, ill re- wiinl to tho workiims of the public iohn Sam Owsley, Jr., Has a Walkover For Commonwealth's Attorney. Hchool Bvstetn ot our county, I Hereby from and j append tho followinif, taken In the primary Saturday it was Kclipso being n part of my annual reports to uw first, the rest nowhere. Judgo Saufioy State for lSyi-UL'- : carried every county in thu district, his At tho beRimiing o( September, 181)0, (K) white and own by S57, Mercer by h0, Boyle by 41 tliero were In tho county and Uarrard by S3. We nro not nccus-tome- d 17 colored schools. Number of children to exult over victories between report ending June reported In census democrats and take but little stock in color-id- ; :W, 'til, was 1,002 white and 1,107 . Tne election passed off very quietly here with the exception of n few drunk J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. men on tho streets. Storm parties are tho order of tho 1892. this week. day. Last Monday night the young Tho Laurel County Fair Association people assembled at tho home of L. B. Full corpicfCutHcrvatiry anil Normal School teachcri. Superior nines in Literature, Muitc and will open here the 2 Uh and thero will Adams and ppent a pleasant time. On An Kxcellent hoarding department Catalogues and circular fumWhed on application. be not less than 20,000 people here. Tuesday night Jones Baughiu.in enterSeveral chicken coops with good, tained his young friends. fine chickens being fattened for the fair, Our town seems to be on the verge havo suflerod in tho past week. of a boom. James Fryo bought of J. Tho L. & N. railroad has put W. Allen the lot adjoining the so crushed gravel in front of tho depot this 2J. A. 31., ol J. G. Weatherford and will in week, which adds to its usual common- tho near future erect a handsome urick G, place appearance. business house. Mr. Mors bought of tho "comity pride" business, unices our feIf Dick Ward leaves London to tako tho samo party thu lot formerly owned total 5.1KH); male, white, county's putty is in every way deservHoys prepared for Freshman and Sophomore classes in College at males, white, '2,'2'M; males, colored, 7(13; chargo of tho Lancaster Boiler Mills, by John S. Goode and has a now dwelling, but in this instance wo must be exless than one-fiftexpense of sending to school away from home. females, colored, 701, for which the Statu there will bo many friends here who ing in course of construction. It won't Discipline strict but not severe. Those entering arc enrolled for five county S1V cused for feeling a derided pie is tiro over will dislike to seo him go. paid to tho teachers of this bo long before we will have water works months. tho result. Judge Sautley is so well No deductions except in cases of protracted sickness. Mrs. Stevo Jackson, of town, and Mrs and electric lights. 61S.SS. Tliero were 01 white teachers mmlitlcd and eminently fitted for tho IS colored employed, who were paid TERMS (For five months, payable in advance.) and Simp Sandifer, just out of town, havo News reached hero of the shooting position that he aspired to that it is for white teachora an 'ivoraito of $111.11 neon ro seriously sick-- mo past week that of George J. Wright nt his home in Primary Department $12 50 source of great ur.itillcntion to his neightheir lives havo been despaired of. jKir month, for colorod. an average of Calcra, Ala , by a negro. There had Intermediate 17 50 bors and friends to know that he has Col. Alvali PtillliiH, who has been been n robbery committed and Mr. Classical about 3u.3S. 22 50 Tho number of whites enrolled in been chosen tho party's nominee by ho visiting us for several weeks, left Satur- Wright, with other citizens of the town, largo a complimentary voto, especially day for his home school were 2,0.")0; colored SSI; average at Paint Lick. Editor wero looking for tho robber, when they oompctitora as Messrs. attendance, whites, 1,471; colored, 177. over such worthy Oliesnut, of Corbiu, was hero Saturday. came upon him in the woods. He fired Breckinridge and Noel, and Lincoln Bobert Hubbard and family, of nt them, one ball Btriking Mr. Wright, Cost of each whito child per month, was county promtscH to roll up a practically Louisville, step son of T. J. Pertlee, arcounting highest number at cohool, making a slight wound. Tho negro The por unanimous vote for him in November. rived hero Sunday, bringing tho bodv of escaped, but was caught near Birming$ 1.20, and for colored, $ I W. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. their littlo child, that had died of ham and there is some talk of a lynchcapita was $2 '"; Intereston county bonds THE NEXT SESSION OF THIS INSTITUTION BEGINS SEPTEMBER 14, 1892, whooping cough, hero for burial. 2 cents. ing. Besides wounding Mr. Wright he Judge J. H. Hazelrigg, who is tho The number of school house for the coure ol With a is shot a Mr. Stino severely and grave hopes adopted full prepare of study, both Knglfch and Claisical it White tho coursethe Instruction to especiallya younc men lor tho Irishman Cl.u, is intended at to same time furnish democratic nominee for judgo of tho whites in lul wa 5S, constructed as folit. In connection with the Academy, liberal English education to any who are entertained for his recovery. court of appeals against tho republican lows. Frame, including box houses, 4; Miss Minnie Dinwiddle attended the 0. A judge, W. II. Holt, will probably speak Caaipbellsville fair. Dock Dryo anil log, U, brick 1; total value about Value of school furniture, SS.OUO. in London ono day during tho fair. Home and under the pergonal control Ha Juno Held wont over to Nicholasville hoursbeen euablishcl In the of the Principal and muUni mid the of the Principal Regular study under the supervision restraints and government of(.lii-tia- n in '01 Somo of the young ladies heie are Number of colored home are combined with the hest educational advantages. Friday. Miss May Willons altera pleas''WzWffifa Pi Tor lurther partieulurs in regard to board, tuition, etc , tufdress just beginning to wear suspenders. ant stay of a month with Miss Mary Adwere 15, mostly box, valued ut ? ,070; Chances for matrimony will be slim as ams, value of Hchool furiitturv, $100. JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danville, Ky. returned to her home at Bolivar, long as they follow this style; tho boys There are more female teachers In Tenn., last week. Miss Lucy Gwens re will bo afraid that they will want "to both white and colored schools than turned from Greensburg Saturday. males. Tho number of children, whito wear tho breeches, too. Judgo L. C. Alcorn and wifo accompaDaveSpitsen, living about b'ix miles and colored, who stayed at home on acnied her home and will remain for a few from Intlon, was probably fatally shot count of indifference or neglect on the days. J. B. Cook, "Squiro" Peytou and Thursday night by his son and' part of (Kirents were 731; on arcount of Geo. Bradley arrived from Cumberland Each shot took effect in the breat, poverty Tit. iutirm mental condition 20; Falls last week. Moee Cook is at Cumone going straight through the body. infirm bodily condition Is. Falls. Mies Maggie Hays, of Hts daughter has been married only a berland During ttie whool year ending June NOMINKK. Springfield, and Misses Emma and Hat-ti- e TIIK few weeks and it is reported that ho has :W, 1S)2, there were two nttw dlntricta Funk, of Danville, are visiting Misses Judge Mieah O. SanrtVy was born May often said that she should not live with s built added and live new Kyle Beulali and Grace Vanarsdale. enjoyed the man she married and at a cost of $750. Tho total value of IS, ISIS, Ht Monticello, Ivy., and that hn would school fatalities of his section kill her before she should. Ho got on a Bohon is at home on a furlough. now is $15,121 for white, the usual JsHHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifllilH'ui' tMjsnBc BHissssQH9lr TBBiMfeTBfc9riifc till tlm breaking out of tho war, when, drunk Thursday and attempted to cut $l,!H0for oolored. Chesapeake &..0h!o Annual Report. although he wu but IS, he unlisted in her throat after driving her husband There ban been added within tho past The annual report for the year ending year about $1,000 worth of modern school Col. Ungiby's reuiineut, the (tth Ken- from home, who returned in timo with June 30. 1S!)2, of M. 13. Ingalls, Presifurniture, consisting principally of com- tucky cavalry, aud fought for the "lost SpiUer's son to save her lifo and with dent of the Chesapeake & Ohio Kailway, uHtAjUsBttMH0i4aV9 AAssBssEA SBKJttKttSiBfMFI'zSTKmmKi fortable desks, blackboards, etc. Several cuisc" till the close of hostilities, being tho nbovu result. presents some remarkable statistics. The Btst. HssssssM1fllflftsWHsssViK Laxt Saturday the different demo- company was new houses aru now being built, which in the meantime promoted to a lieutenfall of in the will be ready for occupancy within the ancy. On his return from the war bo cratic chairmen of this congressional dis- 18S0, tho year previous to which it earnnext 150 days. About 'W houmw have found that his father, Mr. II. It. Saulley, trict, were to meet in Loudon for tho ed $4,500,000; last year it earned over been condemned for repairs since Sept. had been stripped of mint of his sub purpose of selecting a time and place for $0,000,000. Not only was there an instance and was unable to help him in holding county conventions and the dis1, INK), tnojt of which have been matet crease in passenger earnings, but also in A friend, recognizing his trict convention to nominate a demorially Improved, yet very many are now any way. tho rate per mile, whilu freight traflic inThe creased with very nearly tho ,snmo ratu in a very poor condition for a county worth, was willing to loan Mm the mon- cratic cauditlato for Congress. ey to go to the Louisville Law School, counties of Boll, Knox, Whitley and LANCASTER, KY., like ours. per mile. To moot tho demand of the ending and tlu'ro liu laid the foundation for the Laurel weru thu only ones represented heavy export traflic, new fruight and The census report for the year C. June SO, '02, did not diOV r materially splendid legal attainments he now en- by county chairmen. District Chair- passenger piers and increased yards joys. man B. M. Jackson had proxies from all havo from that already given for tho year precompleted at Newport News. Just before moving to Stanford in June, tho remainder of thu 17 counties except Forty been of double track over the DEPARTMENTS: ceding. Tho per capita was the hame, miles 12.25, with 3 cent! added as Interest on lStlS, Judge Smiley was marriod to Miss three. Col. John B. Fish represented mountains, now nearing completion, Mathematics, English, History, Latin, Greek, German, French, county bonds. Tho average attendance Sallio Rowan, of McMinnville, Tnnn., Bell; Hon. W. J. Caudill was hero from will bo increased to seventy miles Natural Sciences, Metaphvsical Sciences, Piano, Violin and Vocal was about tho same, but a marked im- and it is e.wy to believe from their ap- Knox and Editor G. A. Denham from during the next year. Now branch Culture, Art and Criticism. provement in the manner of teaching. pearance now, the statement of Mr. Whitley. Candidate Sam C. Hardin, of lines to valuable coal fields completed Henry W'attersou, who was present ot Clinton county, and candidate for appelAccommodations for thirty young ladies in Boarding Department. The amount of money paid to teachers within tho past year and others very for the yeir ending June J50, '02, was their marriage, that "Thoy wero tho late judge, J. H. Ha.clrigg, of Mi. Ster- nearly completed, will give increased Terms reasonable. . for whites, $10,2.17.2(1, and for colored, handsomest young couple I ever Baw." ling, were also present, hoping to meet traflic of that class. The main lino is Next term opens Sept. 6, 1S92. For catalogue or other informaj family has bless- as many of tho democrats of this side of ?l,:5 llt.Dtj. Salaries about tho name as in A laruc and Interesting laid with 75 pound steel, stono ballasted tion address the Principal. union, which seems to have been tUedibtrict as possible. After n lstll. The number of teachers examin- ed the and together with tho rolling stock aug1S72 Judge Saulley session it was decided that tho mented greatly during tho past year, is ed for certificates for the past two years madu in Heaven. In wis elected county judgo of Lincoln and district convention be held in London havo been 00 white, and S3 colored. in the finest condition. With allj these oflh't) most creditably for one on Monday, Sept. 10th, at 11 a. m., and increased facilities thu cost of hauling There has been paid It) therfeachers of filled tho Ho rati for tho nomination for that all county conventions be held nil the schools in the county for the past term. on greatly reduced. For tho superior judge a few yoiuH ago and the Saturday, Sept. 11th, at 1 v. m., and in- traflic will be 27,S3(.-0two years ending Juno SO, 1S02, first time in its history tho Chesapeake Tliero has been collected by tho methods of his defeat are still fresh in structions to this effect were sent to the and Ohio seems to have reached a divishcrill'aud other collectors and paid thu minds of our readers. In March, diflerent chairmen. Middlesboro, Cor- - dend producing period. By the converover to tho county superintendent school l.SSS, President Cleveland appointed bin, Somerset ami London wero all put sion of preferred stocks into 4J per cent, tax to tho amount of $2,olo, nil of which him associate justice of the Supremo in nomination as suitable p'aces for gold bearing bonds u scheme which was has boon paid out, except about $100, Court of Wyoming, which he accepted holding the convention, which dually approved by the stockholders with great which is now on hands, subject to tho and held till the Territory was made n narrowed down to Corbiu aud Loudon. unanimity. There is a tixed incon.o orders of tho trustees of those districts to Stato two years later. He made much Wu have the hotel accommodations, a from these holdings, while by tl o reputation as a jurist there and somu of uico town and tho finest well water in which it belongs. is placed nearer a and for his decisions aro quoted as high authori- thu Statu for the delegates to use as a scheme common stock It will be seen from the above that dividend. within the last two years thorn has been ty. Ho was importuned by thu demo- rarity. Csuttorla cures Colic, Constipation, "CastorU la so well adapts to children that Sour Stomach, Warrhrpa. Kructation, Tho Loheinh Valley and other I recommend Itaa superior to any prescription paid out for school purposes in tho com- crats to run for judge, there, but the MIODLEBURG, CASEY COUNTY. Kills Worms, gives slwip, and promotes dJswitchmen seum to have been beaten iu known to me.'l II. A. Ancnxrt, St. D., mon school department alone nearly climntu not Rgreeing with him, aud longing' to return to his native State, he Institute opened with their strike. New men aro doing their Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y, I Without Injurious medication. $30,000, the receipts for which are now Tu Cintaur Company, 71 Murray Street, N. Y. work under tho protection of tho milion (He in this otlico. Notwithstanding brought his family back to Stanford, IIS pupils. wheto he has since lived. He stands at Tho M. E. District Couferenco is in tary, which had in one case to fire on the amount Heems liberal enough, yet gentleman and n law- session at this writing and several dele thu Htrikerd for failure to stop etouing a there aro many schools in the county the top both as a yer and ho will make n judge who will gates from a distance aru present. Much train when ordered to do ho. that aro poorly supplied with the actual on tho oflicu aud on tho interest is manifested and may close up Democratic primary conventions in necessities which should be had to in- retlect credit people who havo nominated him by so with a protracted meeting. the Fourteenth judicial district leave sure the children thu full benefit of tho largo a vote. Quito a sensation was raised in town tho contest between Judge Cantrill and funds apportioned to them. John Sam Owsley, Jr., who was nomi- Thursday morning. It resulted in being Judge Juliau in doubt. A contesting douTheiu is onu thing of which I nm attorney a large girl at D. G. Elliott's. Dave has delegation from Bourbon county holds bly proud, and that is, the people aru nated for Commonwealth's Men's medium and light weight the key to the situation. becoming very much interested in who without opposition, is the eldest son of grown IS inches. S. OwBley.and was born Jan. Tho following attended the1 associaehallbo solcctcd trustees in their respec- Hon. Jno. 20, 1807. He graduated both in tho literation at Eubanka last weok: J. A. Brytive districts. Kings ure fast disappearschools of Cumberland Univer- ant, E. O. Jones, F. L. Jones, J. N. Huff, ing and teachers are being employed ry and law sity and got license to practice his pro- Alva Lucas, W. E. Lucas. Prof. James more on account of fitness than on acWorth Irom $5 to $16 per suit. Nice line cheap pants worth from in Tennessee. After remaining Allen has completed his now boarding- count of kinship or favoritism. It seems fession awhile ho wont to Texas, where house and can now accommodate the $1.25 to Si. 75. A few more pairs of Ladies' Shoes in broken sizes. to be n right move in tho right direc- there ho practiced till April, 1SS9, when he public as well as students of the Insti All the above goods must be closed out regardless of cost; so call and tion. came homo aud formed a partnership tute. Mr. and Mrs. Collinswortb have There is ono thing yet sadly to bo deexamine goods and get prices. Full line Fruit Jars in stock. with W. II. Miller, with whom he waa returned from Danville, and as Mr. C. is plored, and that is that so many parents associated in tho practice until recently. un invalid, they have taken rooms with who could, by their iniluenco and their Ho was city attornoy for ono term and Mis. Cotlev. money, givo a higher tono to the public is regarded by the bar as a most promisam win xtiy 31 THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Bchool than it now has. It Is in their ing young lawyer, lie is a good spcakor with tne courage to express his views, The 74,000 people who wero brave power to n groat extent to niako them and need expect no leni- enough to voto against the now constithe schools of the Stato, thereby educat- ency at Ins hands. tution, thu wisdom of which they could ing tho masses, who aru and always Messrs. Proctor & Gamble, tho not see, are not quito so odious as they should bo tho sovereign power of auy (Late Alexander's Hotel.) proprietors of Ivory soap, oiler-e- d wero about this timo hut year. Owena-bo- ro State or republic $25,000 In prizes for the best verses Tho above has been given as we said Messenger. ' at thoouteetasouly a partial report of written for Ivory soap. Mrs. Kmnia Rates $2. 50 Per Day. When asked whether ho regarded working of the common school sys- Wood and Mr. Henry C. Wood, of this the tem of Lincoln county. Trusting it may place, were both contestants, and Mrs. the election law, enacted by tho General Cor. Jefferson, Renter and Green Streets, opposite the Court-Housbe tho means of arousing a greater inter- Wood got third prize and a check for Assembly, ns constitutional or not, Gov. Highost ot A Creim of Tarter Baking Powder est In those who aro directly interested $230 aud Mr. Wood got tho seventh and Brown declined to say anything except all in leavening strength. Latest United State : , W. R. LOGAN, Government Food Ileport. in the common schools of our county, I tenth prizes, with checks for $150 and A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, that ho intends to submit his views to ROYAL BAKING POWDERCO., $75 respectively. Thero wero 27,308 Manager. am most respectfully, Marshall, clerks. J. J. 106 Wall street, New York. Harrodeburg Democrat. the people at an early date. W. F. McOlahV. There was a danco at tho Cointnor- cial Hotel Friday night. Mr. J. A. Craft and wife, of Louisville, are visiting relatives in London Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 6th, V Dn-wu- etort-hou- Stanford Male Academy F. JOHNSON, Principal. Pall Session. Opens Tuesday, Sept. h 1892. Centre College Academy, ilc-Ir- e -- $18,-00- Home ISoardiu and Training; Department echool-!iouw- 8 1 ,, y.' son-in-la- rchool-hougc- Hchool-house- a VQi'C-L11HHHsPHIRiEBhE- l l ssssssssssssV I kssslsssflsssssssBsBsflsssssHHssssslslsssssssssssssssC liBUssssLDssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss (GrAIimAl&B J. CiyLE!(Gr3E!9 GORDON, B. S., President. four-hour- s' 1. t jfelSSW ; Wl Infants Children. v - '1 - Jsiuio-WaB- h THKY MUST G "W. o E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. law-breake- mil-lionai- ie Wig POWDER T HE WILLARD. e, tf a mmmim Absolutely Pure Louisville, Ky. con-testant- fctjj? - JJ fe.' ,g..j r,4- - ff??'S? WA-U4wM- ytrr'Tg3 s , u 1ft H H s1 "i. t w r V f daughter, mistakThe Coal Crenk miners seem to bo en- killed her 10 year-ol- d tirely routed by the 'militia, who are ing her for n burglar. Tho Unibria. of the Cunard line, has now in entire possession of the field, as prison- broken another record across tho Atlanwith several hundred of them BrANFonD, Kv., - Auqust 23, 1892 ers. In the battle, which was opened by tic. Her time was 5 days, 21 hours and tho miners, some lo or 20 of them were 3 raiuutes. She is now tho 2tancy Hanks Hilled and four or five of the citizen sol- of the ocean. The hundreds of letters received diery met death. Beforo tho main body daily at tho Democratic Congrehsional of the troops arrived the miners by headquarters at Washington are full of The sensation of tho hour is Gov. treachery and under n flag of truco cap- enthusiasm. The information in many Brown's proclamation reconvening the tured Col. Anderson and would have cases is that the democrats will carry u V TfT Legislature on tho 25th, it having taken lynched him had not calmer counsel States they have never thought of carryt letters Bpeak of the . m a recess till Nov. 15th without taking ac- -, prevailed. The colonel, who was a mem- ing before. All tho ) splendid democratic ornanuntion in tion on his vetoes of tho revenue and ber of the noted Orphan Brigade, told in their locality. other bills, which make their proper en them lie would die before he would surtoo DEATH'S DOINGS. actment imperative both for tho credit render his men aud that all the favor he we to of tho State and her participation in the had to ask them was that if they were The sad news reached hero Sunday Nntionat election this fall. In addition determined to put him to death, toslioot ol tho death of Miss Norah Belle Dickto the revenue, corporation and peoloj:- - him like a soldier and not hang him like Buckeye. She cona felon. When Gen. Carnes arrived inson at her homo in , ical bills, the governor names the was a nicco of Mrs. Sumui Harris, of this sideration of the election, the World's with his regiments and after an engageplace, and frequently visitecj her cousin, Fair, tho attorney, tho circuit court re- - ment captured a largo number of minPretty, bright, Miss Montio Harris. , districting, the classification of cities and ers, he demanded the surrender of Col. less than 20 and tho picture of health, uy the fiscal courts bills. His reason for in Anderson, but the demand was not Vests she seemed destined to live long upon cluding tho bills heretofore approved by promptly complied with until tho gen earth, but typhoid fever attackod her the him is that he has since learned, with as- eral threatened to shoot every prisoner aud yesterday her body was placed betonishment, from the journals of each he had, when ho was brought back in neath the sod. Truly, "In tho midst of House, that in tho passage of some bills short order. It is pretty hard on the life we are in death." Mrs. B. K. Wear-en- , containing an emergency clause or an miners to have to compete with convict Mrs. Annie James, Geo. B. Wearen, appropriation, the constitutional injunc- labor, but there can be no sympathy for Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kamsey, Mrd. Susan tion had not been complied with, in giv- them in their lawlessness, and tho Harris, Miss Montie Harris and K. M. ing to such measures, on their final pas- whole State of Tennessee scorns deter- Newland went up yesterday to be pr sage, the votes of a majority of all elect- mined to restore order at any cost. Gov. at the burial. The Advocato says that Green Clav ed to each House of the General Assem- Buchanan is denounced everywhere for Choice bly. The governor further states that his vacillating course in the matter and Smith. Jr., eon of the general, died at Washington of typhoid fever. Choice the body has plenty of time now to rec- his apparent effort to win votes for himchange tho date for self at the expense of law and order. It tify its mistakes, CHURCH AFFAIRS. the assessment of property for this year, is charged that his labor commissioner Eld. Martin's meeting at Paris has and pass a revenue and taxation bill un- is in league with the miners and he has scored 100 additions. corpora- been arrested. der which every individual and Rev. Masters will preach at TJiss on Monday nicht. Aug. 29. tion shall be required to pay proper tax we Is the abundance of caution, tho edi Kev. B. F. Cosby will preach at ation for tho year 1892. If tho governGoods. tors of the Jessamine Journal, submit- Neal's Creek school-housnext Sunday or's view of the situation is correct, and ted to Chairman John D. Carroll, the afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. the constitution seems to bear him out Kev. J. II. Harding, agent for general question of the eligibility of J. Mort in it, all tho work of tho Legislature, home missions, preached a fine sermon Ilothwell, Esq., for elector as long ns he at the Christian church Sunday. made at a cost of $2o0,000 to tho The American Bible Society will and will have to be held the eflico of city attorney of Lanis worthless caster and in his letter he says: "After make an exhibit at the Columbian Exhiagain. It will bo rememberdone over of a good deal of correspondence and de- bition, in which will appear copieslaned that the House voted to change the Bibles in more than 200 different lay, Mr. Rothwell has agreed to resign guages. date for its reconvening to Sept, 5, but , his office of city attorney. I may furBobs, to the wife of Kev. W. A. adopt the MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. that tho Senate failed to of HarrodBburg, a few days ago, n filibustering of those ther say that I think an elector is a owing to tho daughter born to W. E. Collins anil Mies Josephine State officer, and hence, under section girl. This is the third arch conspirators, Senators Mulligan and 1G5 August in three of the Constitution, any office or em him in tho month of Doss, both of Rowland, were married at Goebel, whoso course then and before consecutive years. ployment by a city is incompatible with The Methodist church once had a Mr. A. L. Hollv's Sunday. has rendered them particularly notorithe office of elector." We with serious controversy as to whether it was Til II- ous and obnoxious. It is very importproper for men to wear suspenders be no trouble tue Journal that incases ol uouut it is "galluses," they called them then And ant thai there should best to follow tho railroad rule, "Take about the revenue and taxation bills and now tho women wear them. Times have have opcne.1 n hp oer Wm Dui;hertyanil tho siue of safety and run no risks." changed since Betsy departed this life. less is it true of the election bill. scarcely m preparcil to do all lmd of ehlcle painting in Mr. Ilothwell need not give up his presutile and at imnonable ratei Give mc If the latter was passed in violation of JOHN II DeNAKDl call. 4 DANVILLE. ent lucrative office for a couple of months the plain provisions of the constitution, yet. Mr. Devolo, of Louisville, is visiting the ballot under it might bf contested AND SALOON Chief of Police his brother-in-lavote be thrown and Kentucky's electoral We did not see tho Danville Democrat AT ROWLAND out of the general count. The questions till after our last issue was printed, or Manuel Allen, breach of the peace, For the Fall season and all the new things. Goy. Brown are very serious we might have given the "captious and S." an I costs, was a police court cams raised by ones and it is hoped that the legislators bumptious" editor another slight dig in Monday morning. my frame Hotel and Mr. L. H. Rolston, of Golden, Col., I offer for tale privately will return to Frankfort with no feeling the short ribs. The matter in question are now renting formerly principal of the preparatory de- Saloon nt Rowland, which located and a fine at S05 point vindication, but is n dead issue now, centrally month of pique or desire for n about as dead as partment of Centro College, is visiting per buiinett, It it at a termini point on a lor being with an eye sin- the, language Bro. Fox quotes so incor- the family of Mr. John J. Craiir. will consider the points of the L. & N It ha good well. tUble coal outbutldinga- - Adore Rev. i A. Sowell, of the Methodist home and other neceary gle to the interests at stake. We fear, rectly. This tho way he has it:"Monspar-turiun- t MR MAKYC.FKKRILL,JJtanford 1 New Ginghams, Pcnangs, Prints, &c. church, preached his last sermon here this will not be tho case, however, that et ridiculus mus nascetur," using Sunday. He will go back to Tennessee, I as already a governor and a singular noun with a plural verb, and where ho lived before coming to Dan The largest and handsomest line of Hamburgs, Tcrchon and Linen feeling is manifesting itself, with Speak- -, failing to follow the arrangement that ville. Edgings we have ever shown. Judge T. Z. Morrow stopped here er Moore, Goebel, Mulligan aud others Horaew gave to the sentence Parturi-un- t Saturday on his way from Lancaster to they are said to corporate limlti of Rowland. In the leading the latter: and montes, nascetur ridiculus mus. If Somerset to see his latest giTind-son- , A Large stock of hmcrson's Men's Shoes, acknowledged the best. tho H I. DARST. Rowland be preparing an address that will paral you won't think it rude, old friend, we new arrivul at the home of C. D. yze, in their opinion, at least, the man would suggest that you study up on LatIn the primary election atuniay for who has been brave enough to stand by in, in which you appear to be decidedly nomination for circuit the the fundamental law and see that no rusty, or stick to English as she is court democratic C. Saufley received 519 DKALCR judge, M. This writ. ncB nm nnHstd in conflict with it. votes, R. J. Breckinridge 30S and II. T. paper did its level best to convince the Noel 47 votes. Tiik McKinley bill, which was to proDick Bentley, colored, who has altrouble and that continually people that And Country Produce, for to lay in the ndoption of the crazy quilt, tect American industries and increase ready been in the penitentiary twice this Hat openedofhU nock of good and Is ready In ncrre Stanford and vicinity. He people is trving to get there presented by the constitution patchera, wages, has not proved a panacea. Since stealing, tho watermelon route.again, stole the unheard ol llargalm and all who want He timfi hv thouM the low et poislblc but since we failed and the thing has be the passage of the iniquitous measure a melon Monday morning from the wag-o- KoudionatLogan Avenue, near prices Lancaster pike. him constitution of there have been over 1,000 strikes in F. M. Wat- of an old man named cbme by popular vote the kinB- Kentucky, we are for its provisions be this country, and still they come. Mr. G. M. Bibb, a native of Dan- HUSTON VILLE ACADEMY ing followed to the letter. Therfc is no The people's party in Tennessee en- ville, and for 13 years agent for the CinREV. W. W BRUCE, Principal; neoewutv in invitimr lout: anil tedious at this point, died dorsed Gov. Buchanan for governor, but cinnati Southern road Thursday nt GarMISS KATE BOOLE, ABBlutnnt; typhoid fever last law suits in the very beginning.. his action in the King sentence and his of Ind., when ho had been in tho railret, Opons 1st Monday in Sopt. . The World says New York is a doubt- - inaction in the miner troubles, have road business for about three years. He Primary, Intermediate and Advanced Grade. left a widow and several children, some fnl Statu nt best and cives the vote in killed him so dead that he stinketh. boy for Special small. He was buried at Gar- College. attention Riven t9 preparing of them presidential elections from 1830 to 1850 Call and secure Bargains. A moh killed an Italian oigan grinder ret. Fortermi, c..addre to show that it alternated whig and at Hanghville, Ind., for persisting in REV. W W. HRUCK, Huitonville.ky 47 POST-OFFIC- E LANCASTER, GARRARDCuUNTY. democrat every four years. Since I860 playing "McGinty." Verdict of coronthe republicans have captured the elec- er's jury, "Served him right," or should The local colored post of the G. A. toral vote five and the democrats but have been. R. will give a big parade and bupper on A. C. SINE J.N. MENEni Sept. 3. three times. It believes that Cleveland The primary election Saturday passNovember, but NEWSY NOTES. will carry the State in ed off quietly. As far as can be ascerthe assumption that either party can Frederick Zorn was haDged at Pen- tained at the present writing Judge safely rely upon a plurality is absurd. county is 33. in dleton, Ore., for murdering his wife and Sautley's majority of the present terra of the Articles to Suit the Most FastidiThe business It is unnecessary to stake all on New York, mother-in-lathe circuit court is being transacted with whicli is" reasonably sure to go demoous. A complete line of By the derailing of a car on thedum-m- y unusual rapidity. The court adjourned cratic, and as there are 82 votes in the Tuesday. Only Friday until line in Louisville, King Riley, a Western States that can be gotten for boy, was killed, and Martin a few cases remain to be tried. teacher, Cleveland the World is making strenu- Deitschman, Prof. C. Merritt. the band another boy, was badly rendered valuable assistance to the to raise a campaign fund to ous efforts hurt. choir at the Presbyterian church, SunOfllcc educate the masses, who are bound to Prof. Charles II. Peckham, of Central Vil- day with his Blide trombone. they vote the democratic ticket when musician, a lage, Westport, Mass., who is evidently Merritt is an accomplished and an elegant gentle- realize how the tariff operates against crazy, claims that he murdered Mr. and splendid teactier the proprietor them. As stated before, -Mrs. Borden, of Fall litver. Ho was reNext Sunday Rev. Amos Stout will of the Word heads the fund with $10, leased. preach his farewell Bermon as pastor of 000 and several other distinguished dem Hon. Whitelaw IieM did not men- the Baptist church here. He is an exocrats have contributed $1,000 each. the congregaevery way tion the force bill in his speech at Spring- cellent man exceedinglyand give him up. MrSiriMrffS.TW o) I to tion regrets the field, devojing nearly all his remarks to It is not settled yet as to who will buc- - Complicated Watch Repairs and Tukkk is an intestinal pocket in Artistic Engraving a Specialty. the tariff. They are all going to fight ceed him. structure of man known as the Some miscreants played havoc with All good told engraved Irco of charge. shy of that force bill. for which the form appendix, watermelon patch Is Receiving His Ham patronage reipectfully solicited. Four farmers held up a St. Louis Mr. day last Browu'B What melons that have never discovered any use, except week. one to worrv them and cause much trouble and San Francisco passenger traiu, near were not stalen were cut from the vines to mankind. A little grain of wheat Augusta, Butler county, Kan., late Sat- and otherwise deBtroyed. Several little for tho lodged in that of Adam Gingery, of Lock urday night, and robbed the Wells Far- coons were arrested sufficientoffense, but to convict tho proof was not go Express safe of about $8,000. caused his death. Goods Warranted and a Perlect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. Haven, Penn.,and them. Mr. Brown is on tho war path. Branch headquarters of the Nationof Atlanta, iB here Dr. W. S. Elkin, Judge J. II. Hazklkiog, of Mt. Ster- al Committee will be established at Chi- visiting relatives. Mr. Sam Hardin, of ling, got the democratic nomination for cago, in charge of Don M. Dickinson, Albany, Ky., was in town Sunday. appellato judge in the first district al- Benjamin Cable and E. C. Wall, and the Charley Anderson, of Louisville, was in town Sunday. Misses Wingite, of Lexmost without a Btruggle. We hope he territory in charge of this ington, are visiting Misses Sue and Hal-l- ie AT. will have as easy Bailing beating Judge will include Illinois, Minnesota, Wiscon Herring. Mrs. Nancy Marksbury is as the district is slightly re- sin, the Dakotas, Kansas, Nebraska, Io on a visit to her son, H. A. B. Marks-burHolt, but Miss Annie Frazee, of Maysyille, publican, we fear ho will find Jordan a wa and Indiana. is the guest of Miss Maggie Jennings. hard road to travel. Bud Lindsay, the no' agitator Clvde Herring, of Louisville, was in tjd Creek, town Saturday. Miss Jennie Lackey is nominated two and leader of the miner' TnB Texas democrats camo near being lyncJT'f-"arty of visiting in Kansas City. MiBS Lena A to the Com separate tickets, the regular convention Flemingsburg, is Having removed my llarber Snon citizens secured him bl strategy and re Gordon Tillett, of with Misa Mnggio mercl&l Hotel, 1 am 'choosing H6gg and the other Clark for spending a few days candidates for governor. The Hoggites frained from carrying out their inten- Tomlinson. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Gib- Prepared to Accommodate Ladies which caused tion only through his pitiful pleading son and son, Earnest, are visiting Ira. as well as Gentlemen, r declared for free silver, Cla-and promise to point out the men who C. 0. Stormes. Misses Talbott, of Rich- la anything they may with in my line. more of tho delegate to go to waited on. Call nn me. mond, are visiting1 Mrs. D. M. Lackey. opposed the troops. Coolers, hers of. the 52d Con-Thirteen Miss Georgia Miller leaves Wednesday Mrs. Lizzie Hicks, a widow living in THOMPSON, only one session has forCynthiana to visit Misa Lille Kress have die Hotel. In Commercial the suburbs of Richmond, Va., shot and been nelu. SEMI-WEEKL- Y NTERIORjOUKNAL A Special Clothing Sale, AT W. F. WALTON. TIIESf jj IP JLmAJJ rixsirxM cx iyij rv in nr JL 3 MJEIJBm Our Fall shipment of Clothing will soon arrive and having Suium.er Clothing on hand, have decided much Close the Entire Line Out we at Cost. 1 uem tie sate Men's Summer Coats and. J0 cents; Boys' Summer Coats and Tests 85 cents. offering jjiue uouonaae rants at Joc; ess-e- Men's All Wool Suits, light color, $6; Boys' All Wool Suits, light color, $4 50; Child's Knee Suits, All Wool, light color, $3. of 800 pairs of Pants at $1 25, worth $2. 100 light Fur Crusher Hats at 75 cents, worth $1 50. is the last Summer Bargain Sale, as next wceh announce our May-woo- d STRAW HATS BELOW COST. T HE LOUISVILLE STORE. e Fall tj. tax-payej- s, Main Street, Stanford, Ky. resb-lutsou- Bo-re- m, WE HAVE RECEIVED -- aj-re- e CARRIAGE !JA1MTN(J. 1 it firtt-cli- Silh-ma- n. HOTEL First Shipment Dress Coods :f o BSA 3L IE. divit-to- CQMHiiHBSEE m OTVMRANOK & SON W.B.MDBERK, DKTTCCIST, anti-govern- For Sale Twenty Building Lois C. D. Port-woo- d. FQWEI.I., -IN- Gcncral -:- Merchandise, offer-in- jf n Drugs, Toilet Articles, School Books and Stanford. BEAB OP ROOM. DANK; THE JEWELER, & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of Tlie and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. Watches, Clocks STANFORD LUMBER YARD, HRUPLEY,.ir.. vytr Jewelry 3 And SILVERWARE. ' tm w mA OB-Yo- ur ff hjSNJ- Spring & Summer Goods 8 gllHABdDABMID (DBS y. VjS B. K. &W.H. Wearen 's. Traces, Collars, Pads, Haines, Leonard Refrigerators, White Mountain Freezers, Water -- Garden Tools, Eakes, Hoes, Spades, Shovels, Etc. k. Chil-als- o JV d r k. JESSE LV xj- - i I'm nrj&i!JL-- ' tC&ttJ&W Mj.iafcH'. (if-j- , j.JgAa&g!.. JUJ!ljrfteJJtsifct.-aLk---- - . as-- '' m Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal - Mixbd SncKa nt A. A. Wurron'B el Grocery. Mod-- 1 Youn trade Bolicitcd. Danks, the jew olur, Is located at Carson b storo. C. M. Young, II . S. Young, M. D. Wall, Oliver plows and Dick's feed cutters Tiik L. & N. will run excursions to 23, 1892 nt J. II. Fontor'B. Niagara and Toronto 01: tho '24, 25 and 20 at about $8.50 from bore, tickets good Ni:w lot of Novelty ties juHt received returning till Aug. ill. at McKoberts fc mains'. WAfcTON.Bus. I am compelled now to call on all inTo Ioan. $4,000 on real estnto securi- - debted to mo for n settlement. Please MEANS BUSINESS. lv. ArlilrpRa tlnr 10 Ijinnnninr- 1v v call nt basement of Severnuco it Son's . beautifully and nrtlstically EsonwiNa Wk are requested to announce that and pay mo. J. IJ. Foster. dono at A. K. Penny's. Miss Geonrio Lewis will open her school Tiik miners in tho Jellico region in linnVn mill KnllOol RIlllflh'H of llitv runny, who sells nt Mt. Xenia on next Monday, 2Uth. Kentucky, who stopped work out of fall kintfa from A. It. them nt publisher's prices. I have only n few left nnd am sympathy with the Coal Creekers, reHAVKyour wntcli, clocu ami jowuiry sumed work yesterday. repaired nt A. U. Penny's. All work determined to close them out at onco. Seo stock and jet prices. J. II. Foster. . warranted. d Thkui: will ben box supper at ItKHKMiiKn tliatnll Bilvcrware. watches. night, Sept. II, for the on Snturdny TiibO. riiiRS, Ac, bought at A. It. Penny's wil. 0. will run an excursion be eiiRraved free of change. from Cincinnati to Old Point at Sl'J.60 benefit of Logan's Creek church. invited to come nnd bring a box. for the round-triAupist 3T, tickets PERSONAL 'p'oTnYsT A. T. Mnrtin and W. II. Innis, com'tec. Kood till Hnpt, 15. Mil and Mm. J. . OIHHE8 are visit- Mn. T. M. Pknninoton's houso will be Ibaac Hamilton hna sold his stock of Iijk nt Mr. W. P. Grimes'. up in n few days. The foundation is Calvin Wiiitt, of the Ivaut Knd, has goods nt Kowland to J. II. Stephens, re- completed and B. G. Pennington has cently n merchnnt at Atoka, Hoylo counmoved his family to Rowland. entire houso framed and shipLabluv. of Parkland, ia ty. Tho terms aro private, but It is be- had the MimAssik ped from Middlesboro and it is now at lieved Mr. Stephens paid coht and carthe fjueet of MiBsSusio l.nsley. tho depot. Suit. J. I. McKinnky and wife left riage. Pittsburg base ball club is waltzSaturday for Montgomery, Ala. Tub vacation is rapidly drawing to a The of Lancaster, spent close ing around with a chip on its shoulder, Giiaiiau Fiia.sk, and teachers and pupils aro begin nny nino from Junction City to Sunday with Joe Severance, Jr. ning to count the days till school opens. daring Mies Annib Huihiinuh, of Jessamine, The public school will throw open its Knoxvillo to tackle it. Address James Pugh, Pittsburg, if you nre not afraid of Mis. It. Willinms. is tho doors Aug, 'jy, whilo the College and the II. Mibs Maiiy Kliza Pkntb has koiio to Seminary start in together on tho Oth to cross bats with it. visit her cousins, at Taylorsville, III. inst. Sl'icidk. A Mt. Vernon dispatch says Mns. Gkokok Phoctoii Duncan, of daughthat Miss Edna, tho Tub attention of the directors of the Danville, is with Mrs. Dr. Hush Held. iB called ter of Kov. M. D. Burnett, of that counMraeiis. S. S. Mykiis and M. F. Klkin Danville nnd Crab Orchard pike ty, committed suicide by poison Saturloft for Iowa for n 10 days' vlwit last to the fact that the railing on one side of day. It is said that Robert Cook, to tho bridge over Logan's Creek has fallen night. she wns engaged procured the ,V is at the point oil. It needs replacing, for as it is now, whom Mns. Pohtkii Sandmhik drug for her. Ho hns (led. of death. Squire M. O. Porlman is some it is a sylendid place to run oil and get hurt or killed. During tbo year or more Mr. P. W. better. Mit. James Fuyk and Mies Lula Kding-togreen has been in the livery business he Thkkk will be but four magisterial only, and of Ilustonvllle, visited Stanford districts in Lincoln county. Messrs. W. hns had four "smash-upsSunday. strange as it may seem nil happened to O. Hansford nnd John Bright refused Miw.v. K. Aiinoi.d wns called to Ir- wry properly to compromise with Mr. one vehicle. This is remarkable consid vine yesterday by tho illness of her J. M. Cnier on a greater number, nnd ering the fact that ho has n dozen or mother. with Pome changes in the lines tho dis- more rigs in his stable. Mr. Green has It. 0. K.NCU.UMAN, Jn., who litis bren tricts will be as and concluded that the buggy is previously given. training horses at Penlck's Station, has has it aside from future use. Stanford, Ky., August i.c. Manager m - 11 May-woo- t Kve-rybod- y p, Win. Dunnervant, G. Singleton, Porter Lewis, J. M. Cook, G. W. Curtis, J. H. King, J. E. Kobineon, J. B. Wall, J. M. Acton. Spelling was tho first subject Introduced by MissCettio Thurmond and fur. ther discussed by tho Institute. First arrival for the Fall Sound of the vowels was discussed by Prof. Grinstead. Query Box was opened and questions nssigned to teachers for nnswers wero postponed until Tuesday morning. In tho spelling contest the fewest Sacking Flannels, Broad Cloths, Henriettas, Chcvcrons, Angoras, words were missed by O. II. Holmes, In Campbell's Hair Suitings, New Ginghams, Yarns, Shoes, Handkerfact he didn't miss one, and ho was pre sented with a suitable reward by Prof. chiefs, Shirts, Underwear, W. O. Grinstead. Tho institute then adjourned until Tuesday morning nt 8:."0. Tho attendance ia largo nnd the session promises to bo both pleasant nnd And arc to be sold, They are not bought to lie on our shelves but irontable. All the teachers nro good ooking, tho young Indies unusually so. were bought for you. flluiays on Time. At The New Cash Store. All New COME and Desirable. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. m m Seed Kye for sale. W. L. Dawson, Stanford. If you desire to dress your children for school come and sec us. We Wheat is selling for 00c down in Lo- will not cease to sell light weight goods at the old low prices and anygan county. Wanted. Four veal calves at once. thing in our summer stock you can buy regardless of cost. Win. MorelHiid. Julian Vest bought of E. P. Woods a couple of 075 pound steers at 3c. Foit Sale. Twelve Southdown bucks. Call on J. E. Bruce, Stanford. Robert Bonner says he is going to give Sunol a chance to beat Nancy Aim LOOK AT THEM. J. S. HUGHES. Hanks' 2:071. car-loa- d 220-poun- d m n, " d returned. Mil S. J. set s deciiled to go to to join City, too, and left yesterday MIbs Puss. Mns. Maktiia McALisTKnnndMrs. W. L. Palmer, of Florida, are guests of Mr. J. H. McAiister. Jcnk Kkii, of longviow, Ala., iB visiting bis parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Heid, in the West Knd. Mns. CiEoiuistiiiAiii'K.of Atlanta, Iihb been the guest of Mis. Fannie Green and other relatives. Mil. and Miis. Geo. II. Uiutk and Howard, of Lexington, aro visiting Mr. and Mrs. II. J. McKoberts. Miss Ji'.nmk Knott, of tabunon, is with her old schoolmates, Misses Annie and Mary Alcorn nnd Madio White. Mit. Pkyton Doucilas, of Garrard, was here yestenlay en routo to Corbin to visit his (laughter, Mrs. Joe Hardin. Mi shim Katk Cook and Anna Keid, of Hustonville, are guests of Mrs. G. H. Coopor and aro attending tho institute. Mits. W,M. LACKKy, of Stanford, is visiting her nephew, Mr. H. Clay Uroad-duon West Main street. Kichmoud Tub (J. it O. will run a special to Cincinnati Sunday next from Somerset, tend. In Stiff and Soft Hats, Caps, &c. In the Shoe line we can offer you F. D. Spotawood sold to an Ohio leaving there nt 5::!0 a. m. Returning, pacer for $500 cash anything for party a train leaves Cincinnati at 8:30 v. t., but and $500 when she tnaJo a record of tickets w ill be good on next morning's 2:28. In her first race she made a mark train. From pointa from Somereet to of 2:27. Tho Providence stakes, worth tlS,-S5and from Moreland, $2 tho round-trip- , As low as any House in town. to the winner, wero taken by ElizaJunction Citv to Nicholasville, $1.75. All beth L., and Lamplighter defeated the the theatres in Cincinnati, tho Zoo and I.oui8ville colt, Azra, IJ miles, time 2:30, E. &V. Collars, Neckwear, Hosiery, Puff Shirts, etc. Trunks and Nkw Hotku Mr. B. B. Mnrtin has a Coney Island will bo open to furnish at Monmouth Park Saturday. number of carpenters on his now hotel, amusement for tho excursionists. Tho world's pacing record ot luhjJ Valises, Umbrellas and Gum Coats. was smashed at Washington Park by in Neodmore, just beyond Kowland, and We have a few pairs of Shoes and Slippers that were slightly damA kew days ago n dog, supposed to be Hal Pointer, in a sulky with pneumutic bi'fore many weeks pns Needmoro will tires nnd ball bearings, driven by Ed aged by removal at our recent fire that we will sell regardless of cost. have a good stopping place for tho weary mad, bit Miss Nancy Hubbnrd, a young Geprs, who covered a milo in 2:051. traveler. Tho building will contain 10 lady living on Stinking Creek, in Knox Dallas Chinn sold two fine mules to rooms and n store-rooMr. Mnrtin county, on the little finger. It made her Chattanooga parties for $275 and bought and n good will nt once apply for licenso to open n ami the family very uneasy nnd learn- from M. T. Threlkeld engaged quite Jim ing that there was n madstone hero, her mule for $75. hogs inSharp Salvisa neighbar, so that ho can accommodate his the a number of brother brought her down Saturday. borhood at 4Jc, to bo delivered in Augguests in any way they wish. They wero directed to Mr. Andrew Wal- ust and September. Harrodsburg DemJi'iMiB Vauno.v, under tho law which lace, who applied tho stone, and as it ocrat. of W. II. Prewitt bought n makes it his duty to do so, was engaged stuck, tho dog must havo been mad. As .Dealers In. hogs from Joe CoiTey nt 4jc, to be deyestenlay fixing tho voting places in tho soon ns ho bit tho young lady be was livered nt once. Prewitt it Woods purd county and they will be as follows: In confined to nwnit tbo result of his chased of J. A. Huguely 100 fat ewes, 122 Stanford Magisterial district thero will pounds, nt $3.25. J. E. Wright sold to J. rabies. bi) four, three in Stanford and one at O. Johnson 30 boas, to bo delivered The primary election at this precinct Aug. 30. nt 5c. Wvntt Hughes pold to Kowland; in tho Crab Orchard district .AND.... W. II. Robinson 50 barrels of corn nt passed without incident worih mentionthero will bo two, both in town; iu tho $2.50 nt tbo crib. Danvillo Advocate. ing. There was little drinking and no KegiBtcr. Hustunville precinct there will be three, Everybody Mits. Uictsv KoiisKTti nnd Misses Mat two in Hustonvillo and the other nt arrests during the day. NEW ADVERTISEMENT. tio Bosley and Mamie nnd Pearl White, Turuetsville, and in tho Waynesburg nearly was for Saulley and of a conseQuccnsware, Glassware, Tinware, Lamps, Chamber Sets, Dinner leftSatuiday for a protracted visit in district three, nt New Waynesburg, quence there was no excitement. Sets. Also agents for the Empire Wheat Drill. Judge Saufioy's plurality in the dis tho West. Kingsville and Highland. trict is 1,020 and his majority nbout 750. Mns. S. L. Waiismi and Mrs. W. 1?. Kii.i.kii iiv tiik Caiis. Joe Turner, Following is tho voto In this county by Lamb and daughter. Nellie, arrived from : Mrs. Kato nged '25, was run over by Capt, Win. precincts: Birmingham yesterday to visit Gcer's work train, near Crab Orchnrd, Dudderar. Lincoln Circuit Court. Noel. Sauilay. ilreckinrUlK6 I'rocincti. J. W. HiiniHT, A. T. Hutch Saturday night, and instantly killed. Stanford No, i, 1S1 Mkssiis. t Emily II. Jonej, .Ac, PlaiutiiT, Sale In Euit 11 2 " Mason, Lightning and Wire Top ings, 0. V. and Dick Gentry went up to Tho train had just left the sta'tion and Highland.No , 'it Joe C. Jone, Sic, Deft. 2 o 3 of had hardly gotten up speed when En- Waynmliiirs, a a London yesterday with a Ryulrlucof a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit .8 2 gineer Arthur Pierce saw a man start llimonvtlle, Court rendered In the nbovo styled .ae at the Ochorses to bIjow at tho fair. 6 6 Walnut H.it, 39 n tober term. iS)t, will on Miss Gr.oitoiu Wiiay lift Friday to vis- across the track a few feet in front of Crab Orchard, 4 M Hubble, a .Wednesday, Sept, 21, 1892, 49 it Mies Jennie Hughes, at Uloomington, the engine. Ho felt a slight jar nnd Kinctvillt. a Turncrivlllit, 111., after spending several days with her fearing something serious hail happened At o'clock a. m. or thereabout, on tho premises, Totals jfiL JL. sell ii public auction to the hlghet bidder the Porcelain and brass Preserving Kettles; Refrigerators, Water Coolers, at stopped the train and Capt. Geer wout sister, Mrs. J. T. Lynn, in Louisville. follow. inn dctcribed property, ro it: Saufley'i majority 780. White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers, Fly Paper and Fly Traps. Miss Louanna DunnKUAit and her back to find n mangled body dead. Both Total vote 1134. llrcckinridge A Blue-Gras- s Noul 98o anJ over Farm of 449 Acres, Aunt Anna, took thu early train Satur- arms weie mashed, one oil' and tho oth- SS7. plurality oer Wire Cloth Spring Hinges and Corner Irons, Grind Stones, Scythe i Hood and 37 I'olet, day for Kansas City, Mo., where they er nearly so, while the pilot had plowed John S. Owsley, J r ' vote was about that of all Situated ou tho waters of tho Hanclne Forlc, about Stones, Grass and Weed Hooks, lades and naths. a great hole in the head. Turner had the candidates combined, so we did not include It i milesurat ol Stanford on the Shelby City pike exnect to make some pleasant visits. and and adjoins the lands of (5 A. Lackey, Jot Miss Ku-- May Nkwland nsks been drinking all the afternoon nnd was in the table. . Littlk . McAlutrr, Wm llurton, I.amon andothirs and is Full linc'of cakes, Candies and Fruits. Prices to suit the times. the Lewis It. Jone farm. For further decrip us to nut in tho paper tbnt she is visit drunk at the time of tho killing. He Teachers' Institute. and metes and bounds, the pleadings and title tion iug in Danville. She is beginning early was a dissipated fellow nnd had become . MoHXLTITE"2- Tbe Lincoln County Teachers' Insti- papers herein are referred to. Said lif tn want to see her name in worse since his wife left him some time tute was called to order nt 10 a. m. yes- house, farm is well Improved with cood dwelling In barns and other outbuildings; has an purposes nnd is suitable for His burial was nt tho expense-olIUlll. GO TO- - ago. terday by Supt. W. F. McOlary, who in abundanco of watercorn, all tobacco, wheat and small lor i;rolnK hemp, Miss Ki.i.a May .Sainikrb left yester- thu county. No blame can attach to the at- grains, and is ono of the best farms in the county, a short Bpeech urged promptness in visit her .Inv fnr .lellerson CitV. Mo., to land, in a high state of culall fertile railroad men. tendance and nu activo interest in all tho tivation ana is a No. Stock Farm Mr. II. K, relativo, Gov. Francis. .".aid Karm is susceptible of division into two Hon. W. II. MiLi.Bit has returned from Biibjects presented, ltov. J. M. Cook of. tracts, ono 350 Acres and tho other of about 200 Howo accompanied her 11s far as Indian- prayer and on being introduced, Ai res. each tract IrontinR on tho turnpike road. mwilirt. it six weeks' visit to Now York und fered Said Karm will first be offered in two parcels as Miib T.vwia nilDDKItAlt continues tO Pennsylvania, where ho was tho guest of tho conductor, Prof. W. O. Grinstead, above and then as a whole tract, and the offer the most money will be declared. husband, Mr. hear favorable reports from her madoan approeriate address, which was J. Ottenheimer. Mr. 0. baa 12,000 aldale will bo made on a credit of , ia and iS Mineral Spring. acres of land in Pennsylvania, which ho well received by tho teachers, who seem- months, in equal installments. Hondi required of FORwho is at tho Iudiana the purchasers, bearing 6 per cent. Interest from Ho writes that bo 1b now walking with- is tryiug to convert into a huge park ed to tako to him nt onco. A committee luv of sal until naid. with vood ocrsolial security and having the force and clfect of a judgment; a out cane or crutch. for outing parties from New York and consisting of Prof. Grinstead, chairman, lien also retained 011 tho land till alt tho purchase Mn. William Gkf.h will move into his Philadelphia, from each of which great and Mibaea Mary Kaj and Kato Blain, money is paid. . . a of the pro- Said sale will nt nnw bouse on Yarnou street this centres it is distant about 100 miles. It and MessrB. T. S. BenBon and W. J. Kd- - ceeds amonc thebo made tor K. divisiondeed. heirs of L lone, G M. DAVISON. nnd Mr. Georiro L. Penny and ia studded with lakes nnd thu natural mlston, were appointed tbo committco Master C'om'r Lincoln Circuit Court. move into tho houso on Lo scenery is very fine. Mr. Miller thinks on programme. W. b. Imrch was then family will For information call on or address J, D., E. II Low- - or J. t Jones, stanioru. ivy. can nvenuo ho vacates. from all ho could gather in conversation elected secretarv and Miss Georgia V S At the sale of the above I arm wo will sel Messrs John W. Millkk ami Jas. A. with leading democrats of Now York, is assistant and tbo IiiBtituto adjourned at public sauction all the Stock, Crops and Fr.rm on the Farm. lug Uten-llJ. I. JONES, r Hurnsldo, of Lancaster, wero here Sun- - tho State will give Cleveland its electo- till 2 p. m. E II. JONES, J C.JONES. worked like n beaver ral vote by 50,000, certainly, if tho mug ilnv Tho former 'I'lm following teachers answered at for lila Iriend Saufloy and Is very proud wumps do not go imcK on mm. in any roll call nt 2 i m: EC. TTTT.TOIT, mIrhph Gcoruia Lewis, Helen Thur- that his county went for bim. event, the State will go democratic. Sen .. Dealer in S. J. Kmiiry, Mrs. Lou Shanks, ntor Hill hns not shown his hand much moud. Delia Gooch, Mary Kay, Mayme Ms. Mrs. Woody Halo, Messrs. Jno. M. Hail, yet, but tho general opinion is that be is Wright, Cettio Thurmond, Kate Cook, shall J keep constantlyon jtriF&jk MjiiijV, Goods sold for Cash only During the year 1S92 I Shanks and Kddie Will Kinbry, Will II. too much of a democrat and too thor Ella Wright, Ethyl Wright, Ellie Wright, stock of Friday to visit relatives in ough a politician not to fall in nt tbo Lydia Lewis, Virgio White, iNora mil-ipStock of Shoes and hand a full and complete have just received my Fall Halo left cordially invite tho cituens of this vicinity to call vnUOu nitv. Mo., and other Western proper timo and lead tho glorious victo Lizzlo Withers, Fannio Lewis, Am- iu and examine them. Goods sold lower than evI am headquarters tor Staple and States. ry, where ho has so often been victorious anda Careon, Nannie Edmiston. Kato er Remember Fancy Groceries,' Will soon have a complete line Ttl.itn Anna Held. Julia Stagg, Annie of Hardware in stock VICINITY. himself. Mr. Miller also thinks that the NTY AND J H. HILTON, Rowland, Ky. Amanda Bishop, Lou Moore, Pleaso labor troubles at Homestead and other Morgan, Sallio West, ItKMUJinKii your account is duo. points have put tho Peunsylvanians to Mary Carter, Mollio Warren, MISS L1CCIE BEAZLEY, call and settle. W. B. McltoberU. Sarah Philips, Maggio Martiu, Rebecca thinking about the iniquities of tho My stock of tariff nnd places that State Estes, Eliza Smith. Ella Douglas, .Mrs. Youb account is due nnd wo need tho Corner Main and Depot Streets, Eubanks, Susan Ping, Bettie among tho doubtful ones, notwithstand- Bettio money. Call and settle. SeveranceKentuoky. ing its ropublicnn majority a few years Buchanan, Eliza Ballard. Stanford, Sn. Messrs.0. II. Holmes, Jno. A. Chap-nelago of 80,000. Mr. Millor'a health great Jn and see Has jutt received a handsome line of Spring and Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers ot Faumebs, Attention.-C- uII Field Montgomery, Thoa. S. Ben summer Millinery and invites her friends and the drompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas & ly improved while he waa uono nnd he Farna public generally to call in and pet first choice. tho Empire wheat drill, at Mr. OMgnheiiner has about son, M.J. Brougb, W. II. Michum, W. Hats and Ilouiiets trimmed In the latest style by DALTon in charge. tolls ua A. R. PENNY. It ia the beat on tho mar regainedthat former vigor. Hardln'e. S. Burch, James Ping, W. J. Juimiaion, most artistic bauds. his i ket, IiMiiHY Kriri-wi- Tin: next session of the Stanford Public School l!i begin Monday, August 20th. We would especially urge upon parents who do not patronize tho private schools the importance of having their children attend promptly from tho first of the session. T. 1). Xewlnnd, Chairman Board of Trustees) C. II. Holmes, Principal. Wm. Moreland delivered to G. W. of 200 to Rifle Saturday a hogs at 5c. Nancy Hanks failed to lower her record of 2:071 t Chicago, Saturday, covering th mile in 2:00J. Harve McAninch, of Casey, bought of Joo Colley, of tho Milledgevillo' neighborhood, 7 head of fat heifers nt 2Jc. Tho Harrodsburg creamery has closed down because not enough cream could be secured. Probably it has gone tho wny ours did. has been turned into n pacer, and J. I. Case, his o ner, promises thnt'he will make n sensation before the season is over. The Bourbon County Fair will be President George Alheld Sept. exander says n pleasant nnd attractive entertainment is insured all who may atJay-Eye-Se- About closed out our stock of Spring Clothing; only a few Suits left, which we offer at WE : HAVE Just received a new stock of the Greatly Reduced Prices. n 0-- NBWE ST STYLES LADIES, GENTS AND CHILDREN, 5 m M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. car-loa- d FARRIS & HARDIN, blip-pose- s, HABDWAm STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, o Commissioner's Sale mm fflinTiniB run, 1 Now Is the Time to Buy TiD Cans, B car-lo- ad 1 Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, 1 Sealing Wax Sauf-ley- 'a a . m BEOS. f Illue-Ura- 1 A. A. Warren's -- rcal-iii- "Model Groeery" FRUIT JARS, JELLY GLASSES, TOPS AND GUMS, SEALING WAX, &C J. General 1 -:- Merchandise. A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER, s, 57-i- Mc-Kinl- ey Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. Toilet Articles Glass, Books, JEWELRY s: '?! Milliner and Dressmaker - WATCHES, CLOCKS & l. J '. rl t 1 J t vi . z J.i" Ft Semi-Week- ly IhteriorJournal From Dear AT THE INQUIRY. and Kate's Scrap-Boollshcd In Affectionate Remembrance or Her. Pub- Published Every Tuoaday and Friday lar paines, Chamberlain's l'ain llalmis unrivaled. For sale hy Dr. M. L. Bourne, Druggist nnd Optician, Stanford, Ky . As a general linimnt for sprains nnd bruises of for rheumatism, lame back, deep seated or muscum NEW BUTCHER SHOP. s Ilutclier Shop on I have Just opened n Lancaster street, where I will keep at all times first-clas- XC3S JBJSm BEER. er Notioa to Creditor. 5- -4t Sa XMSK YEAR IN" iUJVVNCE. en not so paid 32.60 wltl be charged. at K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train it.ave Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning s:o p. in. L. & H. LOCAL TIME CARD. .t3o pra Msil train going North laopm South -- ... SS P .. South Express train " North .. .. 659am Local Freight North soutn... trams alio carry passengers. The latter The above It calculated on standard time. Solar time it about ao minutes faster. j"f" 3Ja QUEEN & CRESCENT ScHith-bound-- V ROUTE. ; m ; New Orleans Limited 3:1; p. m Special 8 to n m. & C. Special 3:06 a. m.; Blue North bound-Q Grars Special 6:00 a m. ; Cincinnati Limited 1.48 p. m.; Fast Mail a IS p. m. Trains pass J unction City a follow: am C. Special 11.36 12:57 P- ss Fast Mail Hlue-Gra- DR. W. B. PENNY, Dentist. .seated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. Office South side Main street, in office recently a 1mrmp Office A. S. PRICE, Stanford. SURGEON DENTIST. over Severance & Son's Store, Main street, R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. DENTIST. '" t i 'if i I41 Arr l.eittn 4$ PIS 05 a nt five " 1.0Mltvlll... 7 s p'lt 5" a 9 This Hotel, renovated and refurnish!, ' riww the beloved In tuy charge and I intend to conduit it ts not only maintain its high repulttkon, Imt to add husband, brother and 8011, Horace Han-iba- l to its long list 0f friends. Special 'accoatmtxi-tion- s Limited VcwtibwWTraiat run daily in connec M. CRAIG, Baker, departed this life, after When Baby was rick, wo gavo her Castorfo. fnr commercial travelers and rin rnotsM fW tsftn with ChoMpeaVe Ofcio "F. F. V." to New the dlsptny .f samples. Yoek months of severe illness. Horace had When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria. Homeopathic Physician, ftvat Mall Trains rttn dally and nsake ltal.t-r- . A.First-ClassISaloo- n long, long years been n victim of Btom- - When she became Miss, sho clung to Castoria. orwm i..iingtHi and lluniinki. - - KENTUCKY ach disease, STANFORD, - Ilunlinlou and Msaul .v..,un.i..i.-- . which fed unon his vitals When sho bad CM Ven, she gavo them Castoria. ROOMS attached. rn dally. And IUI.I.IAUD and POOL TOSKPH COFIUY Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. m.; t to 3 p. m.; 8 to until inflammation of the bowels caused 3T.f i,,,?.,,',L'" ? Mo,e,"'I and ... .ti.,,.K rttwwn.BHW.1 inn daily except In. m. courthouse. death to set his captive soul nt liberty annAay Office on Lancaster street, opposite BA11BEE &CASTLEAIAN ThrougH llreBinc Cars t and from Washington and his spirit to fly away on j'oyful wings and New ork wnhoni change. MANAGKRS. Mr. John Carpenter, of tioodland, Ind. ay to the God who gave it. I'or full information in recaid t rates, rtmtet. dDEl. J". "I tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar- Ac , apply to any agent flats sr eHnrcting Uvm His remains were laid to rest in the rhin Rcmedr. fur diarrhica and severe cramp Commerce Building, Louisville and pains in the stomach and bowels with the best Offico opposite Coffey House, Eubanks' cemetery by tho Masonic II. E. HUNTINGTON, results. In tho worst cases I never had to give L. IIKOWN, Agents throughout the South. casi . anu it ji , doet o. - a., He was 29 years old, or 20 more than three do. to effect a euro. In mostqual- I.eiissaiaa. t!v es one dose will !tetdet its other goad G W.ltARNEY. years, l months and 20 days when lie ities it is pleasant fa tike,'' 15 and so cent W.S HARRISON. 19.6m (j .M .L.xiNKtoH.Ky. T. P. A.. Ashland. K M )LlsTVIJsKI-- f died. Horace leaves a wife, father and bottles for sale by Dr Ky L ltourue, Druggist and W. A. TRIBBLE, Local Agont, Optician, Stanford, Knoriik, mother, two brothers and one sister, and STANFORD. KY. Gap 8 Losisrille D. arv I kj a r.i annr nanw nkj a host of friends who deeply mourn his .ITjO SHF.LTON HOUSE, fflW i R. R. t tflr Cji . loss. Although he is dead, tho kind 03NTE ikilstsRKXX THK e D.ily Schedule, ti Rowland, : : Kentucky. words and deeds of his life will ever be . In EUeet July i,, ,, Office hours 7 to 0 a. m and 5 to 9 p. m. verdant to our memory. Horace was a -DVy Kinu Bon, a true, uevoteti misuanu, n HARVEST IA EXCURSIONS, r M. a faithful friend and a shiniug light. ' ATJQ. 30 and SEPT. 27. Krunvilln -- tiA US Death, as we call it, is only a fitting rec .'."k. a- o jnWr:;;;z' 5 THE "WISCONSIN CUN'TKAL LIM" ognition of his many virtues. J'S Ilerly.......... Will run low rate Ilarvoct Kxcursiocz em above You are hereby notified that I or my Deputies City n'7u .Matoneyvtlfw. g Id ' 7 will meet you at Hustouville, Waynesburg, Crab We deeply sympathize with his almost date to points in Mmiita Montana, North and v Carry tan .. i , , 7 41 South Dakota Tickets will be good twentv Orchard and Stanford on Aug-- ao, Primary I.MUri-broken hearted wife nnd dear old par- days from date of tale, with stoptiver privileges 441 7 aud sou are expected to settle your taxes pomts "'fifrlMi . .. ..... 4 7 7 J'I atthattlaie. J.N MENErKE, Sheriff. ents in their soro bereavement. May the to hor lullwest of St. Paul and Minneapolis (. ni; Wathltsiru inturmatlon, address auy of the U 7 J J 7 ' "i JUNCIIONCITY, KY Father of all mercies, to Whom the idol- ny't repretentativey, or l't tA .WilHasM Stsrltiis.. (taknuis M H AS. C POND, f J ..M........ i15 r6 J Have J Houm- )utt erected a new Marble an.1 Cranlln ,. Clinch River 4. .. ized husband, brother aud son has gone, Gen'l Past, and Ticket Agt , Chicago, III ' Umi MnssMbiln kj. kind siand m fully ursnus toi lilt .ords for all lo , tg t,, Tasewall . P3 3 44 J J? ,a comfort them in their deep nillictiou, rer Jistssf anu .rinjy ,, ,, -- ., .Powell f. Dealer In the m iv (J employ iHM wnrkmen frsnrs and IMat. My freight- ,, River 6m membering Who has bereaved ua can all Go will not be unJX " fsc!llliriann.be.asIUd V Aiilmr .. .. Z -. S 4 Foreign and Domestic Fruits, our sorrows heal. Kour Smsihs a 41I .AithHr .. . 3)i 5 Confectioneries, tic. Mr. Biker whs a highly gifted young To have jour photozraphs taken, He keeps "P ' Hansilion Springs H 5 1 with all the baker and can furnish Has with him a CumhertaHd Gap.... . t ll S ' man. His intellect was naturally strong S7 read, Cakes and the like on short notice. Tunnel Junti.u........ i M II Junction and vigorous, while his uncommon pow to 4 v MMtlleeMe ., 4 55 er 01 apprehension anu retention was good satisfaction. And will give you Noirf rWtvTTU? y observed by all who knew him. Ho was A.J EARI'.Manford. Lve CuatlwrUml i.aii. ft N... ..... 10 op nt -- 11 jo p m F3I am agent for The Central Kentucky Hedge at all times and under all circumstances LivinitttSM Fence Co.. of Lancaster, and offer the services ol jot m Wlncfio.Ur both myself and the Company to the citiicns of scrupulonsly polite nnd generous. DurJ 41 a in " I.etiaufMn ....... j jo a m IfAy .Lincoln county. I am very thankful for the libering his illness his suffering was very T ( sV.VWy iWiff " Paris al patronage received and nope by fair dealing to gfeat, - 4 ja a m OF STANFORD, KY., Arrive Lnuisvllte yet he bore it all with wonderful Farmers in need of a good nUJLL tt ' nSBsfn,,! " Mlflj merit a continuance. 4rA' - 77 so a m Hi tVsssslsBsP' K'VB" " CinclHMti a m Tenco will find me at the Myers House in Stanford patience. Ho begged his "darling wife," Is now fully organized and ready for business with tsouvn no u.s'ix en each County Court day. M. W. JOHNSON. as he always called her, to be with him 97.6m I.o e Cincinnati Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. 7 3" I' - 845pm " Umisvillo ..' ,.... ' every moment. She was devotion itself. Arrive Paris " v, ....ib upn Surplus, 19,000. I. M. 11RUCK. " Leiinflo J. II. YEAOER At times her heart became, so full that ......11 15 ji m WiswHotler . " lw-- t 10 p m she would leave him and go to her room L'ltnni'eL'nTi w inn uiiiuui.ifw x . DJALMA. JUbLuoun .IviitctloM " m BRUCE 45 IIA.Mv UK blA.tUI,U, PV1- MOkWm and weep as if her heart would break, Now closing up) with the tame assets and under CumWerlaitd Ctvti 1" fi'in xoung JERsE HI I L will serve a -. 3 ij a m the same management. then brace up and go back and greet at my pun e, midway Uuiii!r of Car Kussxvills! lo Clucimi.t By chatter, depositors are ar Stanford and Rowland, at the followmr him its if she thought all was well. Hor fully provisions ofasitsate depositors iu National protected terms -- sa 60 tho aotHon-hn- lf nt tlmo of without ckaMgn, lad wtlli all t trains North t'sWssb&scIssHMbBIBi 3sV Banks, its shareholders being held individually i Burviuo, uitmnco wnon cow calves uce had many fond hopes of his life, hut liable to the extent of the amount of North-tw- t STANFORD. KTiat Giand Cetttral depot, Cincinnati. their stock AL fj III rhMAN Throvk-ticlrtt on iwl .1 C.ttv 'nL... ..rr.. the par value thereof, in addition to the When tho summons Came he was ready. Tho above firm went into effect July 1st and reijSGay . Ticket office, foot Wt. In such shares. It may actas amount invested f f hn fact lm cmlimitta.l Mam Knotvllle spectfully asks a share of the patronage of the Whim nntirispil executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, at fully at T. RUSH, Ferany Information us to routes, rates, etc.. an public. inaiviuuai. to tho will of Providence, commended an 10 ply to those who entrusted their buisiness to us W A III. V, Acting Grn'IVs. Agt, his soul to the mercy of God and died while mnacimr the Lincoln National Hank ot AND HORSES NEW RIGS REAL AGENT Stanford, here tender our many thanks and in the triumph of christian faith, with trust tbeywe we continue to transact their business, KiHville,Tenii will Have been purchased and nothing but guarantee for with Ky. his wife in his arms, the wife he loved tton us, offering as atwenty years' prompt alien-ic turnouts will leave the stable. to tame, our experience IF VOU ARK GOING banking and as literal accommodations at nrc con- so devotedly. I have quite a number ol KAKMs fur saivnl Give sistent with sound banking. the His loss to us is very Rreat, hut wo l.aiultiu Lin oln (utility or tery best II 37 These Farms are all well improved and gox directors: feel that he has j'ust gone homo to bernij ri. h tsniia. runninir in ftu. from .A . m .&. Williams, Mt. Vernon; Considering iheit loraluy, their richne.u and fer Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co come one of the Father's j'ewtMs, where J.J. M. Hall, Stanford; J. tility or sou, itHSciPiivfiiieuccoi tumbles and rail-iu everlasting peace, free from pains, ho! S. Owsley, Stanford ; .ads that bring maikct. right to our dor, they J. Miners and shippers of the GENUINE arc riicapvr man mu um o any oin.r ronnty in S.J, Embry, Stanford; awaita a joyful leumon with his devotthe State There WIL.t,IA3X aiOR23r,AKIJ, ty over smiles iromit atcarc.ly a Farm m the wun- J. E. Lynn, Stanford; ueroc ed wife and aged parents and kind, lovN A. W. Carpenter, Milledg.vtlle; The county it checked with turnpikes running Dealer iu the above Try it. We are t ho sole agents for .Stanford and ing brothers and sister and thousands of There m not a public road eninevcry direction J K. Cash, Stanford ; j Orders for Cattle, Shnep and Hogs Rowland, Oflice iorner ot Depot street and railtering the county scut that it not MacadamisMl. true menus leu ueiuuu, m a more per- William Gooch, Stanlord, Ky. .1 road crossing. We have the Knosvillo llranch ot the I. .V N U Louisville 4 Nasmvilic n. n. Solicited. Stock Cattle and Sheep .1 specialty. HIOClNS S II. Shanks, President. WATTS. 6 feet loye than cin be felt on earth. I Persons having any of the above described tto'k R. dividing the county from East to West and the C S. R R fr.iui North to houth; the K C. R R. for in (s moving to the Higgins office, Lancaster street. Thursday, August 11, Nitrous Oxide Gas given for painless extracting. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. minutes paat 12 o'clock, It will cot you nothing and will surely do you . - ........ u t.t i.i ......-- . j ir ..... .r"u,rS.:' .' KtnVu SZL . X..V";t.V "' way roar, 1. guar Consumption, Coughs and Coldt Do ye not know some spot where mortals weep no cry for to anteed give relief or money will le paid back. more? Suflcrcrs from La Grippe found it just the thing Some lone and pleasant dell, some valley In the and under its use had a speedy and perfect recovery. Try a sample bottle at our expense and West, learn for yourself just how good a thing It Is. TriWhere, free from toil and pain, the weary nre at al bottles free at A R. l'cniiy's drug store. Large rest? sire jo cents and Ji. FIRE AND STORM . The loud wind dwindled to a whisper tow, Spoclmon Onaos. Ami sighed for pity as it answered, no. S. II Clifford, New Cassel Wis., was troubled Tclt me, thou mighty deep, whose billows 'round with neuralgia and rheumatism, his stomach was Representing disordered, his liver was attcctcd to an alarming me play, degree, appetite fell away and he was terribly re Know'st thou some favored spot, some Island far Conn., of duced in nesn anu strengtn. 1 nreo bottles 01 away, Electric Hitter cured him Manchester, of Kdward Shepherd, Harnsburg, 111., had a runWhere weary man may find the bliss for which ho Firo, ning sore on his leg ot eight years standing. Used sighs, three bottles of Electric Hitters and seven botes America, " Where sorrow never lives, and friendship never of Ilucklcn'a Arnica Salve ami his leg Is sound Ins. Co. of dies? and well. John Speaker, Catawba, Ohio, had s All of which are Comnanies. I would five large fever sores on bis doctors said he The loud waves, rolling in perpetual flow, une iottie r.iectric imtcrsanu he pleased to wait on my friends in this line. Pol. was incurable Mopped far n while, ami sighed to .answer, No. one box Hucklen's Arnica Salve cured him entire-- icies promptly issued. Will insure against tornadoes, wind storms and lightning. Lightning clausSold at A. R. Penny's drug store. And thou, aerenest moon, that with such a lovely es attached without additional charge Office at First National Hank, Stanford. face, During the epidemic of ilux in this county last Dost look upon the earth asleep In night's em- summer I had lard work to Keen a . supplv ot . . .. .i (Jamberlaln's tone, Cholera and Uiarrha.Ni Kerne- brace; dyon hand. Poople often cauw to or miles Tell me, In all thy rouisj, hast thou not seen some in the night to get a bottle of the remedy. la I have spot been selling patent medliitien for the past to vents Where ndscrablo man might find a happier lot? and mid tnnt It has given Better satisfaction in cases of diarrha-- and ilux than any other medi-tin- e Rehltid a cloud the moon withdrew In woe, I ever handled I. II Ilenham, Druggist, Highest cash market price paid And a voice, sweet, but sad, responded, No. C.elcnsda, Pope Co, 111 Tver 500 lott!es of this for remedy were sold In that cojnty during tho epiTell me, my secret love; Ohl tell me, Hope nnd demic referred to It was a perfect success ami was the only remedy that did euro the worst CasFaith, certify Is there no resting place from sorrow, tin and es. Dozens of persons there will pidemics that it of bowsaved their lives. In four other death? el complaint this remedy has been equally sucIs theie no happy spot where mortals may be cessful. 35 and 50 centbottles tor sale by Or M L. llonrne, Druggist and Optician, Stanford. Ky bless'd, Where grief may find a balm and weariness a rest? Uucklln'aArnlcft Salve. Faith, Hope and Love, best boons to mortals giv The best salve in the world tor cuts, bruius STANFOKD. KY. en, tores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap- i tjr Wav ed their bright wings and whispered, Yos, In ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup Heaven. tions and positively cures piles, or no pay requirA. O. Lanham II. Cattleman ed. It is guaranteed to irivv. perfect satisf settee, John Price t$ cents per box. money refunded. IN MEMORIAM. or For sale by A. K. Tennv, Stanford, Ky. Now Try This. Tell me, ye winged winds that 'round my path' -.. ir I can supply the families of Stanford -- nl vicinAll Persons having claims against the firm ol ity wild home made lie at 60 cts. per ton pounds: Chadwlck, Ilalloy it Co. and all Indebted to It will less than thst amount at one cent per pound, and ptwse prwntlhcm properly certified to me or manufactured Icoat 75 cents per 100 pounds or J John R lliiltry t Crab Orchard. r T!E3:S3 t cents for smaller quantities. Ice delivered every O. P. NUWLAND, Assignee. I which I will sell at the mar- - morning. I call special attention to the John lire-mthat can (trowing C. 's Celebrated I X. L. Ilecr, for I have a tine. new. large i ket tmce refriserator which I am agent. Will famish In eitlie- - keg or ami meats win ai wars bo kept fresh and nice bottle. Writ for prices. mo 48 JULIAN VEST K IIRKMKR, Stanford, Ky. tjtf Ofjalt kinds, SEST MEATS 1 -- MONUMENTS tho Country. & 41 J. II. BAUGimAN, THE F. I RILEY II. HOUSE Mado and Set Up in All No Agents empli)il. Parts of i INSURANCE AGENT London, 77 BILEY, Proprietor, - - - Kontucky. i9-- W. ADAMS No. Hartford, Manchester, Eng. Philadelphia, Pennnsylvania North Hartford, first-clas- have moved to my new Hotel and am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public. Good Livery attached and every convenience d sired. Give me a call. llroadway, Lexington, Ky SON, FRANK MLKV. ..NOTICE TO THK. Newport News & Mississippi Valley Co. , b-- TRAVELING PUBLIC. Old Point Chesapeake A Ohio Route., y. I have opened in connection with my Hotel, the Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, Now York, rnsT' HOUND .Mall Dally ... .. HYEHS HOUSE, ...A First-Clas- .nd.the Seashore and all Eastern Cities IN EFFECT NOV.t j, 1S91. .imlt'diAccem, Acco. Daily Daily K. Dally Ex. Su. Kxjsu 6 eo P," 40 7 i a II EAST Lve reingtsn.... " Winchester... Ml. Sterling a s Livery Stable, And offer the services of it to the public. Ilrand new vehlc'es and fresh blooded rwrset snake iny ' stable compare with HI is t jo 3 6 4S Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, &c, at Tho Best In tho Country. Give me a call. P W. ORKLN, Proprietor. AL. BURNS, Manager " 11 jo t 7 7 cap JSP Arr " " " " M. F. ELKIN & CO,, Huntington. a Washington.. rnilarielpnla. to Arr.New York...., I WEST HOUND f.ve IWflYmctsiiL' Catleltsburg. Ashland. o 07 in d 10 47 SSI "S o I ij DaMy! B so n 8 a 9 30, THE 60FFEY HOUSE STAN! OKI), KY., Daily 6 MS " CatMufaugl AsAlasnl... . M S si p 1S0L', ROYAL OF UVRPOOL. JOSEPH COFFJEV, Pro'r. hh 6 17 , Ml. Slorkftg " Winchester it Kx. 3.1. 1 1 7 7 s Pi i .. s p 4 sj a U V7 1$ a sj 'DR. JOHN Insurance Company, A-- 1 39-- y A. AMOIT, y. Stanford, DR. Kentucky. j- E. PROCTOR, lV' SSSk'.'. piSbs F5LH3S -:- Y.. mWMMSf ,S iSSBSLISSSSSSE. W-T- P-J imhM Round Trip iri rO .. ! 30-a- m TAS PAYERS. , B o irifflil &imRh7mmmw& I , m '"' no. A M ! y. !' j. ? 9 Ml o Junction Marble&Granite Works jH !J J- ir,s- - - 4 M tti 4 4 5- - vnmnmisma first-class r2 - to Earp's Art Gallery . M- J" i) 5j -- Latest Improvements, 92-- it nt 4 . J" TO THE FARMERS. 1 1 -- FarfflersBank&TrnstCo. - 1 ''&;' J -.- $53IL 17 mt S TT."A-S-r -- & YEAGER, - I aiiuai. PRINCE s ,.il 1 ti mi mi m m torn, first-cla- ..- lsr-il- ed n tOHIH-Cllllr- 11 I I I " h .! tlrM-tau- n j II. ESTATE Stanford, tr-l- them n Call. fifJ. j gvx-jiL Original Jellico Coal. M.j V X jtohth sarEST 1 mm- A FitiE.vn. W. M. Bright, Teller. J B. Owsley, Cashier. L . Washington afid Chattanooga Limited, a train of Pullman Couches and sleeping cars runs daily via Shenandoah Valley route, stopping only at Luray, Shenaudoah. Basic, Roanoke anoT Radford. North Bound Limited leaves Radford it 26 p m. For further information as to schedules, rates, &c, apply to agents or Norfolk Western W B.BKVILL, Cen. Passenger Agt., Koanoke, Va. . o On the occasion of the Sullivan nnd NATIONAL BANK Corbett meeting at Now Orleans the Queen & Crescent Route will sell round-triHOUSE OF STANFORD. KY THE STANFORD' tickets at half rates, tickets to be At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and sold September .!, 4, 5 and 0, good reStock-Surpluhave in connection with Hotel one of tho best sa- turning until Kept. Co. 15th. Connecting Capital loons In the State, open day and night; a night man meets all trains. In connection with House lines will also sell tickets over tho Queen Has contracted with responsible firms for Its plants have also one of the best Mineral wells in the state ic Crescent at reduced rates. and will have the Ice and Electric and for reference to water, call on Jlr. and Mrs This line is the only line running Attention of the public is invited to the fac ted in about sixty davs; tho Water Plants compleG. W. Patrick, Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Floyd InPlant toon aftrains from Cincinnati to New that this It the only National Hank in Stanford ter gram, Erin, Tenn A A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. In order to tdace individual contracts in ad. D. E. Proctor, C, II liraum.Mr. and Mrs T. Yv Orleans. It is 94 miles shortest, and its Under the provisions of the National Bauk Act depositors are secured not only by the capital vancc for Water and Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs K. II. Johnson, regular trains make the quickest time stock, but by the stockholders liability lor ao ofleri the following Electric Light, the Company Rates $a per New Haven, Jim C'jx, Green&burt; from Cincinnati to New Orleans amount equal to the stock, to that depositors of both Necessary water day J M. f'etrcy, clerk Give me a call will bo this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. mains at actual uustpipespipe and laid, connected to lor Voiy and from New Orleans to Cincinnati. J. W. CARRIER, Prop. Five sworn statements ofthecondition of the bank put In and necessary fixtures furwires All tickets are accepted on our are made each yenrto the Utiited States governnished free ol charge examined at trains without extra charge. Our ment and its assets nre thus secunug stated times To be of beit quality and guaranteed to give addititona by satisfaction. rW"Orfoll(iestern!l.l.. rates and the rates of our connPPirmH andgovernment agents, perfect safety to depositors. The schedule of adopted rates is I over this line are as low us any other. This institution, originally established as the per cciii. tower man is usually glH'n. rom .251050 We have two through vestibuled trains Deposit nank of Stanford in 1858, then of Stanford in tied Schedule July 17, 18,11 between Cincinnati and New Orleans againas the NationalasBank First National 1S05 and Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. Bank ol the every day in the year. Stanlord in iS3, has had practically an uninterLEAYE NORTON DAILY rupted existence of 31 years. It is better supplied Dwelling of 3 rooms, one faucet 5 00 On Sunday, September 4, we will, in now with facilities for Each additional room transacting business prompt ... 50 3:00 p m for Graham, Illuefield, Pocahontas and addition to regular bervice, run a special ly and liberally than ever before in Its long aud Each additional faucet 00 intermediate stations. to New Orleans, making a fast run honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fidu Stores, Banks and Private Offices, faucet .. 5 00 10:00 a m lor Illuefield, Radford, Roanoke, and train Ilalhs, private, one faucet 3 00 Lynchburg, Richmond and Norfolk. Also (via uiiuuKu. ucKeia win ue goou on ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully nose attachment for sprinkler 5 no Roanoke) for Washington, Hagerstewn, Harris-bur- the special, ah well as on as the regular The Directory of this Rank is composed ol Stables, private, one animal .. 3 00 Philadelphia and New York. Each additional animal 1' J. Foster, of Stanford; too to .No- trains. Pullman bleeping Cars trom For information, sleeping car berths rfolk via Norlou and Radford; also Radlord to Forestus Rcid, Lincoln county; RadNew York, via Shenandoah Junction, also Electric Light Rates. or rates, or reserved Beats iu J. W. Hayden, Stanford; ford to Washington; also from Lynchburg to Rich- ask nearest railroad agent or the Club, For commercial use: write to I). S.H. Raughman, Lincoln,-M.J-. mond. One arc and three 16 c. p. incandescent lamp G. Edwards. G. P. A., Q & 0. Iloute, Trains for Pocahontas, Powhatan and Miller, Mt. Vernon; per vear J7o 00 05 a m, 3 15 p m and Cincinnati, 0. leave Illuefield daily S. T. Harris, Lincoln; For 16 c. p. each incandescent light, per mo. 60 7 icp m. . 4. I, " go S. Hocker. Stanford; J. Trains arrive at Notion Iroui the East daily at I II , .1 II II To cure wrinkles take equal parts of bean und 3. m and 645pm G. A, Lackey, Lincoln; I 30 p 1. 3? ' . . Notice to the Traveling Public. I have had.. .. THE SilEITON FIRST sale or wishing tu purchase same, will do lII to call on or address me An experience of fifteen years in this business has been ol profit to me and I think I canmaku it profitable both tu the bu)r and seller. J' O address Stsnford, Ky. too Office at the Myers House p s .$200,000 20,000 Watertight and Ice ves-tibul- ed , work-Electri-c vesti-bule- d 1 1 1 solic-te- d. g, loul-vill- e Goal-wi- ll at-- I I -- barley meal and mix with raw egg. When tho mass is thoroughly hard and dry, it should be ground to a fine powder and made into an ointment with inched tallow and honey; A thick! layer of this ap'phed to the face every; night will smooth out all wrinkles and make the skin as soft ' at a baby's, 1 T. P. I Iill, Stanford. W. O. Welch, Stanford; W.P.Tate, Stanford. For 1st an 3,1 16 For Residence Use: c. p. incoudesceiit lamp, per mo... 11 OFFICERS: I.S. Hocker, President; John J. Mc Roberts, Cashier; A. A. McKinnev, Assistant Cashier. '." For each additional ' For further information, apply to J. W. HAYDEN, Sup't, &c. tl " 4th" n " ii 11 ' " " " 11 60 from this place to Cincinnati, crossing the C. & O. Is the line for you, at its at Winchester, giving full access to the markets ol ij have three large tho whole world. Hetnles, Flour Mills in thr county that give us a market for all our gram right at home; and the divelon Make close connections at nientot the mountain reuiont ot Eastern ami Kentucky bv tailro.ids and the out- LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI let Sontli by railroads has created such a demand For all points, for nil kinds of cereals and 11rovendcrth.it wtca THROUGH TICKkTS SOLD. scarcely retain enough for homecousuinption. 1IAGGAGK CHECKED THROU Gil 'I ho ncoiile are prosperous, generous and kind. believing in Christianity and education. There For any information enquire of is not a neighborhood in the county but hir a F L. CLIFFORD, Agent, jcod church and school-housOr !lirfisf.l L.. Stanford, the county seat of Lincoln, Is a prosW. W PENN.Trav Pass Agent, perous little city of about a.soo inhab.tauts and is Junction Cly, Ky the great doorway from the .North and Northeast South and from the Northwest to Southeast, T and standing as It does garing right Into the bos.IAKKTHE om of the undeveloped mountains of Southeastern Kentucky backed up by the whole. IIIiir Grass region ol the State with railroads running through it to all points of the compass, makes it naturally one of the brst located towns in the South for manufactures and other enterprises of magnitude. Water Works are now being agitated and right ol a mile abouc the town about there could be orocted Water works witn very )jHisvjjijyiiwAjijra.CHictjlif((5 Y llltle cost that wouiu supply a cuy oi 150,000 inhabitants with the purest and best water in the world Our llttlo city hss been nowly rebuilt in the last few years and its business houses aril residences will compare with larger cities of greater pretensions. Our merchants and truanien are LINE TO all prosperous and doing well. Wr have two banks with a capital stock ot $400,000 that are prosperous and in a good condition. We have splendid schools. We have a Female College, a large brick building, with over 100 pu ...And., pils tu attendance and under the prlndpalthip ol Prof. J M. Hubbard, is in a flourishing condiALL tion. We also have a Seminary that is a good POINTS school, with Prof II F. ltlakemanat its head. We best Public School buildings ic have one of the this section of the State, with over 100 puptls in ..And. attendance, and with other good private schools, facilities are excellent you sec our school We have elegant church builmngs, representing every denomination, with a full corptot ministers of has class talent and ar. doing a better business than auy class of men in the city. Vestibuled BuiTet Sleeping Cars K.'e,,.am,1 I have tried to make this statement as facts, Parlor Cars 011 all trains. without anv exaggeration or coloring, as those No change of cars, best accommodations. nufrt who know will bear ne out, and those who wish est time n and lowest rates. to buy pleasant homes at lair prices and locale For Information address .mnniriaeood Deonle with all the best surround. Ings, would do well to call and see me before pur., JAS. BARKER, O. P. A V. O. CRUSH, D. P. A,loui,wK: basing; elsewhere Boublc Daily Trains South-easter- n e. '' 1 thrvo-foiirt- hs THE WORLD'S FAIR Jl WJIJ1OT NOTMWffigTa '"' -- y W'g.,-tiH?l- ',