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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892082601 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. ' -- ; - j rori Oi Semi Weekly Interior vol. xx. DANVILLE. 1W1I, Ww n, Journal NO. 52 SHELBtVILLE. KY.-- STANFORD, KY FRIDAY. AUGUST 26. 1892. MT. VERNON, ROOKCASTLE COUNTY. MIDDLEBURG, CASEY COUNTY. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. An sixty-etglil- li Annual icnincnooiioriiins. We will herenfler havo eight voting A good crowd from here wont to tho Tho bridge question is being agitatlittlo hou of Mr. J. H. Session opcni Wednesday, Sept. 7th, tSqi. Wednesday precincts instead of seven. Prepares for Welleslcy. W. T. POYNTER. ed again. Lebanon fair to tiny. foil from n ionco n The union sorvices will bo hold nt Miss Mnxgiu TomlinBon entertained z Tho rain last week revived vegetannd broke his arm. tion grently. her young fmsiids. Wedneshiy oven Mr. A. M. Hondeu, n theoloaieal stu- the Baptist church Sunday night. fc Brown took n nice Prof. Peterman, of Frankfort, will innThomjwoii dent, has roturncd from Ohio, wlifro ho Rev. Will Wnldeu will preacl bunch of cattle to Garrard Saturday. conduct tho Teachers' Institute of this boon during vacation. bus county when it convenes at Liberty, on Mt. Morinh next Sunday morning und P. I). Cojler sold Bolibitt & Key. II. 1. McDowhH, of Atlanta, J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. evening. goods Tuesday at public auction. Sept. 5th. Gn , formerly pastor oi mo jjiijiiihi is sent out from Dunnvillo that The Crnb Orchard nnd Lancaster on n visit to relatives and It David Bethurum has started his dischurch, Is Intro 1892. tillery and apple bounce will soon be Bob Williams, down there, has a crop of base ball tenuis will crons Iwits here to friends. corn that will yield him 1,500 barrols, morrow, Nlturuiy, afternoon. Full corps cf Conservatory and Normal School tea. her, Superior courses in Literature, Music and The olllcial voto of IJoylu county nt plentiful. James Hurdett, 03, and HnU Asbu-- , An Excellent hoarding department Catalogues and clrrulars furnished on application Bob Thompson had a nice string of which if true, is pretty good for a dry tho primary uh'ctlon last Saturday Is, ry, 10, woro married Tuesday bv Judga Jnutlf.v, CIS; lJrcckinrldKe, WW; Noel, IS; horses hero Tuesday on their way to tho year. Ouslo'y, 1,103. George Durham, who had beon on Robinson. Arthur Rill nud 1'rancts IxhkIou fair. Tho merchant lailorhiK establish-uiun- t M.J. Miller and E. T. Fish nro in a week's visit to Taylor county, his old Taukersley were married at the county of Rowland & Thielo liiw been Lancaster. W. L. Hudson and wife nro home, returned last week, nccompanied elerk's olllce by Rev. J. It. Tercy. OPENS SEPT. 14, 1892. s Co , comby his uncle, Mr. W. W. Durham, nud Among tho visiting attorneys this taking iu tho London fair. by Tho Twenty-- e en professors nnd instructors, eight ourseJ of study as follow. Agrictiltnral, Scientific week were Col. T. P. Hill, Judge Sauf-ley- , lllological. Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Veterinary, Classical, Normal School. County . M. Weber has returned frryi littlo son, and Mr. A. C. Ramsey, of posed of Mr. Thielc, Mr. V. B. TIiouibh will "carry on" nt the1 Knoxvil'u nnd says the Coal Creek J. S. Owsley, Jr., 1'. M. McRoborta appointees received free of tuition. Hoard in dormitories $2 per week; in private families $3.50 to J. and others, who JAS K. PATTERSON, Ph. D., Pros., Loxlngton, Ky. Win. McWhorter is depot ngent nt and Col. Welch, of Stanford, Judge Ja- For catalogues npply to was wonderfully exaggerated. trouble old stand. Tho ladies of the Presbyterian Yosemite while Jefl Godbey is nt Stan- cobs and Charles Rodes, of Danville. Prof. V. I). Berry is Ixtck from his ' Circuit court will adjourn today. vacation ami will again teach physical church nre taking up the carpets nnd ford under treatment of Dr. Carpenter. Lueien uiviug tho building a thorough clean- William McKinney, of Mt. Salem, wns Tho grand jury adjourned Wednesday culture nt Centre College. Mrs. Ijiunn him ruturned from an iibsenco of ing. in this section last week buying sucking afternoon, niter finding 111 indictments, Mifs Lucile Jopliu is visiting Miss calves for shipment to Cincinnati. mostly for misdemeanors. Wo under-otnnat Lake Chautauqua nuveral weeks Dr. Logan, of Tho friends of Col. R. J. Breckin of tho Sallio Craft, of Loudon. that they made it pretty hot for A. 2H., B. Wee Withers, an old patron sunt up Wednesday for your town Is here working up tho in- ridge down herd had hoped that ho the seiners, but failed to indict any of police court, was would receive the nomination for circuit them. assaulting and surance buahuws. 1 days for ungallantly Monday wsh to havo been colt day, judge lost Saturday, but It Beoms they Neither the Commonwealth nor the battering his sweetheart, lloea Cecil, Boys prepared for Freshman and Sophomore classes in College at, loiter. Wee escaped in about an hour but was put off till the first day of cir- have been woefully disappointed. Col. defendant being ready, the trial of Armp less than one-fiftexpense of sending to school away from home. cuit conic. Howovnr, sovoral fine colts B. is a decided favorite with the boys Rowland for killing Frank Stewart was after he was put in. Discipline strict but not severe. Those entering are enrolled for five Sells Bros.' circus will he hers the were upon the ptreet that would itdd here, owing to tho interest ho has here- continued until the next term of the months. No deductions except in cases of protracted sickness. 0 tofore manifested in their political wel- court. iiaui)ton Stormes got a judgloth prox. and will have everything re- greatly to any fair. TERMS (For five months, payable in advance.) Rowland, who 1ms been evad- fare. In ls,y ho made speeches thro'-o- ment of $201.23 against the L. A N. railArmp ferred to on tho WIN, which nro now up. this county and was the means of road because the company refused to Primary Department $12 50 Tho educated hoi;, the learned Hhccp, the ing tho ollicers of this county for some time, has gone Imck to Garrard nnd giv urging many to tlio polls who otherwise take up a ticket bought by him and Intermediate , 17 50 religious mule, the wild Australian chilwould have remained at home, besides made him pay faro twice. A negro, Pete Classical 22 50 dren, captured after great los of life on en himself up and will stand trial. Mr. Jim Ixiwmnn, who was thought making a number of speeches against Jackson, was sent to tho penisentiary the coast of Africa, will all certainly bo to be fatully cut by Louis Kreiger, is the new constitution. This, together for a year for burning n at prewnt. Iltuiii Wood, lx)uis Gaines, Bob still improving and will likely recover. with his untiring efforts to put us into n Bryantsville. is democratic judicial district, has placed Mrs. D. if. Lackey is spending a few Caldwoll and Bob Hocker were arrested Kreger has never been captnrul, but him very near tho heart of every demo- days in Louisville. Mias Lillie Noel tak- believed to be somewhere in Indiuun. at Junction City Tuesday night and Harry Weber has gone to Louisville crat iu the county. When Bob wants is visiting in Cincinnati. Win. Rerkele, en to NIcholrtavillo charged with being DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. of Louisville, is visiting Mr. W, M. implicated in the killing of Abe Single- where he will enter a medical college in nnything of Casey he bus only to ask for THE NEXT SESSION OF THIS INSTITUTION BECIN3 SEPTEMBER 14, 1892, Col. it. As to Judge Sautley, the successful Wherritt. Misses Wingato have return- ton, nt thnt place, last Sunday. Henry September. Hon. G. W. McClure, F. L. Thompson, A. Pennington nnd candidate, no one here pretends to urge OU 10 llieiruome III rranKIon. mrs. with a full course of study, both English and Classical While tho ciurect Instruction Is especially Carter was arrested at the time of the Class, It Is intttided at the same time to furnish a viuitimr ltnvil itnrxntR Mr adapted tn prepare, souni; men lor the rrushmau In . , ad cil re It. connection with ihe a, ademy, killing. All colored nnd all belong to others nr taking iu the Indon fair this a single objection against him, but all IOIII ioyil IS MSIIUIH lur n Mrs. G. W. Bettis. Miss Jennie agree that ho will carry the district over nnd Junction City, except the deceased, who week. A It. E.Thompson was licit the first any republican who dares to oppose him Rurnside is visiting her friend Miss geuerally stayed at Somerset. week to see his sick wife, who and will make an ablo and upright Kntio McGrath, of Bryantsville. Mrs. Has been eitabllshed In the Hom and tinder the peronal control of the Principal llegular stuily Miss Mary Hobcrtson is visiting of the under the supervision of Fred Lippold and children will return hours home are combined with the I'rinciptl and axutants and the rtstraiuts and government of Christhe best educational advantages. tian friends in Cartersville, III. Mr. Charles continues about the same. McKenzie judge. For lurther particulars In rejard to board, tuition, etc , address Miss Lou Grant to Louisville Itobertson, of Cartersville, who has been .t Baker nre having their MATRIMONII MATTERS. is visiting iu Danville. Miss Kate JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danville, Ky. visiting friends in this vicinity, returned repaired. O. Woodall has moved to is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. G. Felix G. Fox, Orleans, Indiana. Mrs. C. W. Brown is home Wednesday. Mr. William Thomas, ngod IS, and Miss Camp Nelson. of Kansas City, is visiting his mother, spending a week with Miss Ann Stewart Martha Noakes, 17, both of tho Preach- - Dnnlap, at iu the country. Mrs. Wick Howard has ersville vicinity, were married at the Mrs. Klir.i Fox, and Other relatives iu LIBERTY, CASEY COUNT. H0HnHHBHnSBHHMMHl.....HIHBHBBHHisBl........V Danville. Mrs. Adelia Uutwoll, of Dan- brought buR for divorce. bride's father's, Wednesday. A short paragraph iu your Tuesday's Llconso was issued from the clerk's ville, nnd Mr, W. B. Jarvis, of Garrard, J. L. Homadeu, aged -- o, committed marry Wednesday issue told of the suicide of Miss Melissa suicide at Lexington becauso his sweet- office on Tuesday morning for Mr. Henobtained license to daugh heart refused him, forgetting thero are ry Copley to marry Mis? Bello Uronston. Burnett, tho beuutifnl evening I). Buruett. Tho parTho democratic county committee hon of Mr. ter of preacher II. John, tho as good fish in the sea as those that take and selected Mr. Geo. met Alex Anderson, got on a bicycle, Tues- ticulars nro ns follows. Robert Cook is the hook. the young man thnt figures so conspicuFryo as tho party'u standard bearer for day, In company with T. Grinstead, an Peter Blair, of Ohio, celebrated his older boy. John's foot became entan- ously iu this most horrible scene. He 21st birthday by marrying Mrs. Jacob BUeriH and John O. Staton for jailer at gled iu some way with tho bicycle ma- had been keeping company with Miss Campbell, of Valparaiso, Intl., a widow tho coming November election. I bechinery with the result that ono of his Burnett for some three yenr.s nnd under of 10 and nine children. Peter is poor lieve it is understood that Mr. Thomas afUaldock will ha deputy sheritT. for toes was partly ground on", leaving tho the veil of pretense he had won her and the widow has money. fection aud by his glib and oily tongue Barton was tried Tuesday Carl. Axelson, of New York City, last joint exposed. Dr. Dnnlap, after Colic, Constipation, "Caatorlais so well adapted to children thai feaatorla citreaDiarrhoea, Eructation, administering chloroform, cut oil" the had convinced her that they would committed suicide becauee his wife boro for being found with n concealed weapon Sour Stomach, Kills Worms, gives sluep, and promotes dlbound up tho some day bo married, Tlio first time foi him a girl Instead of a boy. We know n on bis person, at Salem church, 011 I recommend ItaasuperiortoanyprescripUon protruding bone uud II. A. Ancncn, M. D., known to mo." wound. It waj a very painful affair, not tho wedding to occur was set some time mnn whose wife has gone the other ex- Sunday, July IHst, and fined $23 and 10 Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. I Without injurious medication. Other cases cononly for tho Jittlo sufferer, but to his last winter. The hour arrived but her treme until he is nhnostreudy to commit days imprisonment. Tub CKffiutt Ccmrixr, 71 Murray Street, N. Y Robert did not appear. The time was felo de Be. nected witli disturbances nt Salem parents and all concerned. I KM A citizen of Danville, who attended again act after many more visits to tho Since Squire Beazley, who has offi church on tho somo day hayo been con Den- von mi uirl, but even then he did not ciated at some S.000 runaway marriages tinued on account of absence of material tho Kuighta Templar conclave at ver, on his return stopped iu St. Louis, come as promised. The hour was again at tho American Gretna Green, Aber- witnesses, uutil Friday, 20th. couuty A good crowd attendod aud while there saw Georgo Smith, sent agreed upon for Thursday of lost week. deen, O., has becomo an invalid, two when h mere boy to Fraukfort for life Whed Ibis wus definitely settled she other squires havo entered the field and court Monday. .Mr. J. 0. Muncy, of (or killing an old man named Brown, iu went to Bereu, purchused tho necessary the competition is very great. Each has Kdmontou, republican candidate for the i Q Mercer county... Ho says Smith is hap- apparel and returned, saying that that runners out for the runaways, who are nomination for commonwealth's attormer- ney iu tho 20th district, addressed the Men's medium and light weight pily married, has an interesting young would either bo her wedding costume or pulled and jostled about without cy. people anil won good opinions from is foreman in u large shoo facto- her shroud, which afterward proved too family, both parties by his ablo minuer in exA Good Suggestion. ry, is highly thought of by hk employ- true, for Robert Coak did not como to claim her as his own, but wrote n short plaining the duties of that ofik-- and his Mr. J. B. Paxton, county chairman, ers and much respected by his neighbors " and all who know bim. Smith was re- missive that contained tho sad news of has received tho following letter from courtesy in dealing with those of a difI). Carroll, chairman Statu Central ferent political faith. Worth Irom $5 to S 16 per suit. Nice line cheap pants worth from leased sevoral ysars ago and soon nftor- - his departure. She was iu the yard John Committee. to St. Louis, where ho has when the messenger arrived and Ifhuded wards went "1 am apprehensive that tho alteraSi. 25 to $1.75. A few more pairs of Ladies' Shoes in broken sizes. In his unnual report President prospered iu the manner above relat her the note. Sho immediately wont to tions m precinct hues, the radical chauge of tho C.SiO, says that tho prob- All the above goods must be closed out regardless of cost; so call and ml. her apartment, bathed, put on her in- made iu tho manner of voting, nud tho Tuesday morning Tinsley Mershou tended wedding droSri, fixed her bedFull line Fruit Jars in stock. difficulty that many citizens will en- lem in the future will be how to make u examine goods and get prices. Dawson, both sld to bo from room with great care, then going to her counter in preparing their ballots and fair return to investor while lates aro anl A. II. complying with the new elecLincoln county, swoie out 22 prosecu trunk hoisted the lid, picked up a small otherwise will havo a tendency to prevent going down and wages increasing. Ho , tion law, tions auaiust Mrs. B. II. Beddow for vial of oiso'n, took n swallow therefrom many persons from voting at tho coming will recommend that the ollicers should helling whisky, 12 against J. C Goings and threw it back into the tray nnd election. In view of these facts, 1 take meot and discuss with organized bodies for selling whisky and beer, S against made for tho bed, leady, willing and the liberty of suggesting that at an early of labor on tho road B3 to tho labor quesmeeting at tho courtKato Leo for Helling beer and one against anxious to die. This occurred about day you call ofa your citizens who feel an tion, and recommend to the stockholders house of all for selling whisky. Wed eight o'clock in the morning. Hettio Burdett Her interest in the matter, nnd arrange some to coii8ide.r tho plan of establishing a nesdav when the cases were called for groans and struggles aroused the house- plan bj which the" democratic voters of community of interests with the em(Late Alexander's Hotel.) trial an ngieoment between Town Attor hold. All kinds of nid were called in, your county will be mado acquainted ployes. horse-thie- f with tho precinct lines nnd instructed ' : John II. Tuylor, an alleged ney Goodloe nnd H. J. Breckinridge, hut iu vain, she millercd indescribable concerning tho new election law. from Franklin, Ky., defied arrest who represented tlio defendants, was agony for two hours, then came the Rates $2. 50 Per Day. Some action of this kind is necessary reached, by which the Jleddow cases words, "she has no pul6o." A Bad nnd in the interest of the party, and unless at Nashville and wns shot and killed by Cor., Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-Housworo dismissed upon tho payment by most touching death it was. A beauti- it is attended to thero will bo a large Sheriff Hill. tho defendant of 250 and costs. Kate Ky. falling oil in our vote. Deputy United States Marshal J. S. Leo got oil' with 150 and costs and Het- ful blonde, completely robed in gentleYours truly, John D. OAnitoLL." W. R. LOGAN, Hamilton, of Owsley county, was shot A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, tio Burdett with $1.10 costs only. Tho ness nnd every emotion controlled by by moonshiners from ambush and fatalManager. , cases against Goings wero passed until loving kindness, yet driven to despondJ. J. Marshall, clerks. Advocate says Judgo ly wounded. Tim Danville Monday at 9 o'clock. ency nnd finally to tho act of hiking her Breckinridge takes his defeat philosophically. He was one of tho first to conReduced rates will bo made by tho own life by tho harsh and bitter words gratulate his successful opponent and 3D. Queen & Crescent Route and Louisville togother with tho prospect of having to to nlml-'- him hiB sunnort. This is the Southern uuiiroan on account oi tlio fol- face a cold world nnd leaving her homo proper spirit. An example, too, that DEALER IK lowing occasions: where che thought she .Tculd be no should load those who had not near so Midway Colored Baptist 1'icnic, Aug, longer welcome, and knowing sho hud much nt stake, to forget as Judge Breck57. Agents nt Georgetown, Luwronco inridge has, the ditlereuces that may And Country Produce, , burg and intermediate points will sell been betrayed by tho deception of this linvH pxtated before, but should bo set goods and Has opened to serve young mau, on whom she had lavished tled by tho election. It is not an indiexcursion tickets. Articles to Suit the Most Fastidi- the people ofhis stock ofand vicinity.Is ready Is offerStanford He Lexington County Fair, Aug. JlOth to her Directions nnd in whom sho had vidual now that ho will support, but tho ing unheard of llarjains and alt whoiwant ous. A complete line of goods at the lowest possible prices should "d. Sept. confidenve, aud who had party. Its prestige depends upon har him on Logan Acnuc, near Lancaster pike. Krlanger, Licking Association Partic- placed implicit step townnis mat enu s tho third time to eavo her from mony. The firstby Judge Breckinridge. refused ular Baptists, Sept. Uth to 12th. has been taken rart,sfiiJTj MlddlesborouKh, Kentucky Annual Buch tin awful fafo. Already deserted l.et his friends follow. Conferenco M. K. Church, Sept. 7th. by her lover aud about to bo cast from This nstlco forewarns hunters, fishermen and For further information as to rates, homo into tho dark and cruel world, she Attorney General Hendrick says he others not to treipass on our lands without per etc.. call on ticket nfjenta or nddreas D. mission, as an suv.ii win oe proiccwea to ine iuu- thought it better to lay her many bur- - saw 1150,000 subscribed to tho democrat est extent of the law, olirneo:: G. Edwards, G. P. A., Cincinnati, 0. ic campaign funit in 10 minutes wnuo 111 C. M.Sl'OONAMOORE dene down in tho early morning of her Now York. Ho says tho democratic I. E. BRUCE. 55 Tho Btriko of switchmen at Buflalo, existence by administering tho poison members of the Manhattan Club have THOMAS C BALL. inaugurated 12 days ago, was and prevent further humiliation. STEELE 1IAILEV. which was agreed to subscribe $1,500,000, nnd they A.M. FELAND. a failure and was declared off Vy will do it. II. W.GAINES. by Master Workman SweeJAMES GIVENS. In Ohio county, Dick Morgan, aged The latest anako story is from I. S. PHILLIPS. ney. The men will endeavor to regain N. J. Mrs. J. E. Drow killed ft ANTON RENACKER. 14, cut llobort Mosoly, aged 14, in tue They attribute their their positions. CLARK REYNOLDS. tying a cord about A Cream of Tarter Baking Powder. H ghest and ol Complicated Watch Repairs and to tho failure to receive support thigh and the boy blod to death beforo monBter rattler M. LAl'KOWITZ. it, dragged it homo. Two days later tho all in leavening xtrength Latest United State T U. NEWLAN1) Artistic Engraving a Specialty. from fraternal orders. assistance reached him. It is not known over the trail and appear- Government Food Keport. W W. HAYS. At Irvine 34 lots sold at an average whether the boys wero playing or mate crawled engraved tree of charge. All goods sold (. C LYON ROYAL BAKING POWDERCO , ed in the parlor, whero Mrs. Drew disis being made to FRED UAUMANN. of 300. An effort ewVour patronage respectfully solicited. 106 Wall street, New York. patched it with a revolver. fighting. boom the place. - Ungllsh and H Irti Stanford Female College. paJl Session Tuesday, September 6th, liana-ford'- s i STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. huo-ceed- Thiolu-Thoina- a. d Stanford Male Academy F. JOHNSON, h 1 Fall Principal. Session, Opens Tuesday, Sept. 6, 1892. ut store-hous- e Centre College Academy, , - I .., Home Boarding and Training Department store-hous- e to-da- Lan-dra- m eight-year-ol- d Infants and Children. Wt-slo- - rmirrr icvw" T&irwr(inr (ma& JL IQUO JL NM. J S3 11 Hjr P e STT T HP M$M$&3 Louisville, In-gal- ls, W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. THE WILLARD. MS. e, $M0M$MY mMM&. -- ROYAL DA NKS THE JEWELER, C. FOWEE.I., General -:- Merchandise, Watches, Clocks POSTED. ednes-daynlr- ht POWDER Jewelry Dick-ustow- n, de-fe- at Absolutely Pure And SILVERWARE. t - A- -: lHjrt ? Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal Ky., - NEWSY NOTES. 1 m!P m t? && 1892 year. Walter G. Oakman has been appointed receiver for the Richmond Terminal. A cloudburst at Roanoke, Va., de- strayed one life and 5100,000 worth , of and other papers The Courier-Journa- l property. n have been worked with n Deodora da Fonseca, who became dispatch" from Richmond about "a president of Brazil at tho overthrow of opyofthe VickaburR Herald printed D.im Pedro II, is dead. July 2, 1863," on wall pjper, wide!) the It is announced that President Hartoo correspondent had just run upon. This rison's letter of acceptance will appear fake than tho old Ulster Coun- next Monday morning. is a worse we ty Gazette, which hag furnished an item A model of the fiuro of Lot's w ifo for so many papers. Millious of fac sim- in Halt will appear in the Kansas exhibit ile copies of the Gazette, which contain- to illustrate the salt industry of that ed an account of the death of Washing- State. ton, were printed for sale at tho PhilaEugene Bunch, the notorious train delphia Conlennial and for years theat- bandit and outlaw, was shot to death in by c; We rical managers with Southern plays have a Louisiana swamp by a detective's Vicks-bu- rg Vests reproduced this same issue of the posse. Vests paper as an advertisement for their As a result of differences between shows. Thero is a package in this oflice English journeymen tailors and master now a foot thick, which the Courier-Journ- tailors 53,000 men have been locked out and other gullible papers can by their employers. have by paying for this information and Tho longest Bpan of telephoue wire sending money to prepay express. across the Ohio river is between Ports O., and South Portsmouth, Ky. The attorney general, who has been mouth, is 3,733 feet long. off on a Bumtner outing, arrived in time It Va., at Wise togivohis official opinion to Auditor Choice Talton Halton is booked to die. It is Norman that ho must issue warrants to Choice said that in his short, but eventful cathoso who demand thorn for service to money in reer, he has killed 99 men. the State, even if thero is no A dispatch from Denver eays that the treasury to pay them. As to the Gutlief Myer denied his God during a questioned validity of the World's Fair bolt cut a bill, Gen. Hendrick says this is a mat- thunder storm and lightning's short his blasphemous career. we the Institute. ter for tho courts to determine and th'at River coal operators at Pittsburg deWednesday morning after a song by Goods. no warrants should bo drawn under tho act until its constitutionality was declar- cided to reduce tho pay of their miners0 the choir and a prayer by Prof. W. H. to 3c per bushel. It is said at least Mitchum aud roll call, on motion of ed. Thus the appropriation of $100,000 men will go out on a strike. Prof. Taylor, tho superintendent was made some months ago for Kentucky's Tho Orphan Brigade will hold its reouested to appoint a critic, which ho exhibit at the great Exposition will bo bo too late annual reunion at Paris, September L'S. did, naming Prof. Taylor. held up until it will probably being made Common fractions were discussed by to be of service. Was thero ever such a Elaborate preparations are of tinkers as compose the and a largo crowd will be present. Prof. Lewis, who thought it the beet miserable lot Thero are 15 National Banks in New- plan to work as few examples for your Gen. Ass.? York City which have deposits exceed- nunils as possible. Miss Mary Kay said Carpenter over Miss Cettie Thurmond, speaker of tho South Carolina ing 15,000.000 each, the largest amount she never taught tho common rule for both of whom read lino essays on educa The House will know better, how to go at it being $33,000,000, in the National Park. division of fractions. Prof. Grinstead tional matters Miss SuhIo Ijisloy, R. R. Within six months Savannah, Ga., also spoke on tho subject. hereafter. He accosted a reporter and Gentry ami S. M. Menefee wero the report of his will have a system of water works suproughly told him that his Brough, who is always ready, judges. Prof. - TMK speech was false. "If you mean to call plied by 12 artesian wells, each with a was again pressed into service in the C. M. Young won in tho spelling conmo a liar, take that," said the newspa- capacity of 1,000,000 gallons a day and of absence of Prof. Robinson and discussed test and the Institute adjourned till this per man, at tho Bamo timn landing a perfect purity. decimals, which ho thinks easier than morning. The steamship City of New York common fractions. The conductor right bander in his mouth, knocking notbs. " speaker at- touched at Queenstown just live days, showed how to simplify and shorten tho him down. A son of tho Miss Bush Grinstead, tho conductor's tempted to tako it up, but he too was 19 hours and 57 minutes after leaving methods and Prof' Robinson coming in pretty daughter, was the guest of the Intreated to the same medicine. Thero ia New York. This is tho fastest time ev- at this time, aud thinking that the sub- stitute Tuesday and yesterday. always a right and wrong way to go er made on the eastward voyage. The Institute accepted tho invitation ject had been exhausted declined to deAt Galloway, near Columbus, O., S. liver his prepared remarks. about securing a correction. No genof the Istkrioij JouiiSAti to visit tho ofFor the Fall season and all the new things. tleman will wilfully do a man an injus- G. Carson's saloon was blown up by dyvery entertain- fice and see this issue printed, and their Prof. Grinstead made a newspaper man, who is gen- namite after the temperance peoplo had ing talk on tho Infinitive Mood, the presence was much enjoyed. tice and tho erally a gentleman, stands ready always exhausted every effort to havo it remov- principal parts of which were jotted Our thank9 are duo Prof. W. S. Burch correct any statement when convinced ed. The law and order people are sus- down in most of the teachers' note and his accomplished assistant, MN to pected. of its error. Georgia Low is, for a peep at their minbooks. Near Harlan, during a Prof. Taylor opened the Bubject of utes, from which to condense tjio above Owing to the continued serious illness fight, John Nolan, a school teacher, shot New Ginghams, Pcnangs, Prints, &Ci ur report. and tho question was of Maj. D. E. Caldwell, he was forced to and killed Ed Pace and one Sitze-- , with percentage is a very Prof. W. C. Grinstoad, who discussed by Messrs. Brough, GrinThe largest and handsomest line of Hambtirgs, Tcrchon and Linen give up the qoutrol of tho Lexington whom ho had been on bad terms. disstead, A. V. Sizemoro and Miss Cettio superior conductor, has received a and in consequence it had Edgings we have ever shown. Transcript who is the son of a wealthy citizen, Thurmond. Tho query box was opened patch to come to Somerset next week considerably depreciated as a news dis- - made his escape. instttuto there, which ho A Large stock of Emerson's Men's Shoes, acknowledged the best. and after the numerous questiors had and hold the ponser. On this accouut, and there be Cholera has broken out in Ham- been considered, the body adjourned for will do. early recovery, he burg and ing no prospect of an the State department nt WashTho Isteiuou Jouhnai. will tjlvo n has sold tho paper to Senator J. H. Mul- ington has declared against the port. dinner. tho "ubject of bchool large map of the United States and a In the afternoon ty Attorney E. P. Far- - One of our most popular steamship lines ligan and Joint-na- l was called, but the year's subscription to tho I.ntekiok rell, who will edit it, and who promise funs to Hamburg and carries thousands dialogues, kc, this morning in a conas two prizes young ladies, who were to open, declined to make it the best paper in the State, of peoplo hither every month. to speak and Messrs. Brough, Holmes, test to he arranged later. outside of Louisville. The'publication by a German news(Contributed.) Mitchum, Taylor and Mits Cettie Thurpublic printer, paper at Charleston, S. C, of Gov. Till- mond threw tho light of their knowlTho Institute is the best of the best. Col. E. Polk Johnson, man's admission of a deal w ith German edge on the subject, which wag further The teachers all learned to spell cat. binder, mower, traction engine, &c, was by which they are to elucidated by Prof. Grinstead. Our teachers are spellers (?) from away one of tho sufferers by the Coal Creek vote for his. local candidato for sheriff war. The train which was to bear him Prof.J. M. Rupley, of DanyihV, was is to use his influence Mr. J. King is tho only (King; one on far from the maddening crowd to some and in return he hero introduced and delivered a scholarCarolina, was held up againt high license, has produced a pol- ly address on educational matters, which record who wasn't able to speak. point in North One of tho most prominent features of At the cloee was highly complimented. and he was a week in getting out of the itical sensation there. Brough'a head. For Mrs. Anna M. Gratz, aged S2, died at woods. His experience with miners Supt. McClary spoke a few words of the Institute is Mr. Lexington. She was the widow of the praise and Prof. Grinstead ollered a res proof seo picture ol Institute. and Winchesters is given in a humorous and late Benj. Gratz. Her first husband was olution which was adopted by a rising Miss Cettio Thurmond waB so sura 01 way in Tuesday's Courier-Journaloss is the readers' Orville Shelby, bv whom she had sever- vote, thanking Prof. Rupley for his ex- winninu tho prize in the contest thateho what was Polk's summer. al children, all of whom became noted. gain. cellent address. After the contents of has been borrowing shoes all Call and secure Bargains. Joseph Shelby was a leading Confeder- tho query box were considered the To find tho number ol Wanted. light among ate general aud was afterwards elected bitter Michum's feet and The POST-OFFIC- E spelling contest came and Prof. Holmes square inches in Mr. Brough's ambition. the republicans in tho llthdistrictbeems governor of Missouri. missing the fewest number of words was tho height of Prof. to have given the democrats heart and The chairman and secretaries had difdeclared the winner. Adjourned. ficulty in Beeing the audience ns Mr. A. C. SINE Teachers' Institute. now nearly every other man of more J. N.MKNErKI The exercises Thursday uroining were Michum obstructed tho viewfby keeping Tuesday morning's session of tho Inor less prominence is out for the dem' , opened with Bong, prayer and his feet on tho railing. It stitute was opened with a song by an ocratic nomination for Congress. The teachers, with tho exception of a which Mies Cettie Thurmond prowill bo an awfully coll thy, however, improvised choir, led by Miss Geoigia after fow, were a little backward in coming duced a grammatical tree, which she forward, as they said "stars could not when a democrat is elected in a district Lewis, who performed on tho organ with a majori- kindly furnished for the occasion by Mr. left on tho wall for tho examination of Bhino in the presence of the bun. that is 10,000 republiciu, Thero has randy been such a galaxy ns ty of tho votew u nablt to give a reason S. R. Cook, agent for John Church &' teachers. courtA committee on resolutions was ap- tho ono that collected around tho Co., after which Prof. W. C. Grinstead for voting the republican ticket. house door to havo their photographs follows: C. H. Holmes, chairled in prayer. The answers to deferred pointed as taken. Miss Cettio Thurmond thinks SkciiktahyJFobtkr says the tariff is queries brought forth considerable dis- man, and Misses Mary Kay aud Liza Mr. Earp. our photographer, deserves the medal at the World's Fair, as Pome the only issue in this campaign and that cussion, which was generally joined in. Smith. Oilicc iIes Cettio Thurmond introduced tho of the teacheis said ho made her pretty. the force bill has no part in it. Of course C. H. Holmes told his method of Following is tho programme for this would be glad to relo- teaching school discipline in her usuho und his party the fundamental rules, display- subject of a. !.: cate the infamous nieasurd to tho rear, ing considerable study of tho subject, h. ally entertaining manner. Quite a spirRoll call and opening oxernscf. 1st. Physiology and Hygiene M. J. but it will persist in doing like Banquo's N. Taylor, J. M. Brough, T. S. Benson ited discussion arose, which was particighost. The force bill will force itself to and Supt. W. F. McClary all threw ad- pated in by Meesra. Mitchum, O. M. Brough. J. II. Chappell. 2d. Civics-Pr- of. Holmes, Chappell, lhefront. ditional light on the subject. Parts of Young, J. M. Cook, 3d. Miscellaneous talks. Condition Taylor aud Miss Kay. of Schools and their prospects W- - I'. was introducoi by W. J. Edmis-to- n, Brough, Burch, Tnr. Coal Creek wur ia over, some L0 Spiceh also gave tho Institute McClarv. who showed his methods of dia- Rev. Sizemoro or more inlucrs are dead, others are fleevaluable expenen ce, Query Box. Spelling rontrst 7 gramming. In the discussion thatensued tho benefit of his ing tho outraged law, many ur thrown and su did the conductor. m ' Miss Cettio Thurmond, L. N. Tijylor and out of work udd.the convicU have been Prof. Grinstead presented the cube la Receiving His ordered to be returned to tho mines. Prof. Grinatead took part. root in a now and simpler form, w hich During the rccos, taken here, Mr. A. Tho raoro suiibiblo of tho miners will not may prove a boon to the teachers. The themselves if that kind of bus- J. Earp, tho photographer, iuited tho be asking was opened and after examquery-boteachers to tho steps of the iness pays. , Goods Warranted and a Pcrlcct Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. ination the Institute adjourned for dinwhere ho grouped them and caught a I ner. is n crcditablo picture of 'the Tub editor ot.tbo Louiavilio Times After a song in tho afternoon Supt. old' unaruhitt, who ought to crowd. McClary presented J. A. Chappell a flno Richmond, - - - Konnldty. Geography was introduced by W. S. be conffned in tho inhtitutiou near his uold ring for keeping tho beet record. T'lItP' COM.KGP.S CLA80IOAL, BCIEN. home until it develops whether ho is Durch and tho subject was further elucTIFIO and COMMERCIAL OOUR8E. Fourteen The prize was offered last year. Hcaltliy location In l.wrtmtnt'i of crazy or has natural born disrepect for idated by Misses Mary Kay and Liza AT Parsing difficult sentences was next Uieheart of the Blue fcns KcKion. Moderate Attendance la,t law and a supreme power. Smith, Prof. Grinstead, W. J. Edmiston N uOO.Vom twcWlKUl State a number were put oT introduced and 'or full and J. Ef Robinson. 14. wHlon open September apply18W. and parsed satisfactorily. to Tub general assembly met in called Uifjrmntiou aud catalogue Prof. Brough, who is somewhat of a J. II. King begged to bo relieved of session yesterday aud it ia hoped tho humorist, read a well prepared essay on L H. BLAriTON, P.P., Chancellor. his subject, mensuration, and Prof. will go to work for tho public members "Winds," which was well received. Ad- Grinstead explained It himself. MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, good and not to get even with Governor journed till 2 r. m. Prof. Brough was assigned to contracTho people do not caro to pay Brown. The afternoon session was inaugurated tions in arithmetic and lucidly discussed $100 for any aucb business. with a rousing song. Prof. Brough then them. Corner Main and Depot Streeti, Kentucky. Prof. Holhies expatiated on propor- Stanford, Central Europe is sutlenug a nlost took the stand and give tho Institute 'intense hot wave, the mercury in milny a rare treat by exhibiting his methods of tion and was followed by Messrs. Taylor Hat Juit received a handsome line of Spring and All were pleased and McClary. lummer Millinery aud invito her fneiuU and the placeB going up to 110. Many soldiers teaching penmanship. Cooler's. senerally to call in and set first choice, ' dropped dead while and many will adopt them. J. A. Chap-pol- l recess tho essay contest for tho public After tlatsaud IJonneU trimmed In the lateit style by in Berlin and Vienna on the subject of history gave bis pair of shoes was won by Wiea Bertio most artljtlc bands. duty. 8rANFOBD, August 26, Of tho 30S.000 knights of Pythias in this country 44,000 have joined within a W. F. WALTON. half-colum- al To-d- ay Court-Hous- e, way of teaching It, with which Miss Helen Thurmond took Issue in several respects. The conductor, Miss Cettie Thurmond, Garland Singleton, W. II. Mich-uiII. S. Young, Taylor and others von tilated their views on tho question more or less lucidly. rRov. J. M. Cook was sick and his subject, Compound Numbers, was taken by Prof. Brough, who spoke as iluently as If ho had not been Buddenly called upon. O. II. Holmes and tho conductor nlso talked briefly on the subject. At this point Mr. J. II. Miller, the "Happy Jack." on invitation, read a "piece" on "Kentucky, Her Scholars and Great Men," which was in his usually funny vein and greatly enjoyed, if the laughter and applause which it produced were indications of the feelings of those who heard it. A resolution of thinks was uuanimously voted tho good natured old wag. Porter Lewis spoko on diagramming and for so young a pedagogue showed much knowledge of tho subject. The spelling contest resulted In n victory for Mies Georgia Lewis, who missed the fewest number of the 20 words given out by the conductor. Adjourned. Tho following teachers, who were not present Monday, answered to Tuesday morning: MieseB Emma Pipes, Kato Hays, Belle Sigler, Bertie Carpenter, Mary Brough and Messrs. W. T. S. Grear and L. N. Taylor. Mioses Sarah Philips and Sallio West and Mr. J. E. Robinson are teachers from other counties who aro attending well-know- n, A Special Clothing Sale OTTTSiriXJLB havo n STORE Summer Clothing on hand, Our Fall shipment of Clothing will soon arrive and having decided to much Close the Entire Line Out at Cost. offering Blue Cotionade Pants at 45 Men's Summer Coats and 40 cents; Boys' Summer Coats and 85 cents. begin the sale roll-ca- ll Men's All Wool Suit, light color, $6; Boys' All Wool Suits, light color, $4 50; Child's Knee Suits, All Wool, light color$3. of 300 pairs of Pants at $1 25, worth $2. 100 light Fur Crusher Jfats at 75 cents, worth $1 50. STiR-.A.'W HATS BELOW COST. Fall Thss is the last Summer Bargain Sale, as next wceh announce our S 10,-00- THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Maw Street, Stanford, Ky. - WE HAVE RECEIVED w First Shipment Dress Goods free-for-- all COMB JS.NB SEE: BJIIiVElKAVNOlii & fcJONo A fur-th- No-Ia- n, Ex-Ci- W.B.McROBERTS, DKUGCIST, saloon-keeper- s, back-"Blueb- ack." l, Drugs, Toilet Articles, School Books and Stanford. BEAE OF ROOM. three-cornere- d roll-call- I & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of The and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. STANFORD LUMBER YARD, H.6.RUPLBY,- - I .A .- mmfam I iilfiJ Court-IIoue- x good-lookin- g UNIVERSITY. A long-legge- fmAmm&Msm 3 (gmmmds B.K.&W.H.Wearen's. Traces, Collars, Pads, Haines, Leonard Refrigerators, White Mountain Freezers, Water Etc. Milliner and Dress'Malcer Garden Tools, Rakes, Hoes, Spades, Shovels, on ti p,-., , . " .....Jty..s. iitnuniiwr Tj r ,. " -- '"" "- - -- " - - T 7PV - , ;r- - . r-- . j i rr-- T ir f'- Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AU6U8T Mixed Spices nt A. A. Warren's el Grocery. Mod" Btanfoud, Ky., 20. 1892 nt J. Oliver U. plown nml Dick' feed cutters Foster's. Some of our young men aro growing tired o( tho monotony of life without a brass band on hand to enliven things oc casionally and they are talking of getting up one right nway. E.o.WAiTON.BUs.MQnaRer MEANS lUSINESS. Enouavino beautifully nnd artistically dono at A. 11. Penny's. of itnv vnnr hrwllrn .:nnd:. KCiiOol BtinnliOS n.. . ' 'Ml kindu from A. It. reiiny, who buiib tliem at publisher's jiriees. Havk your watch, clock and jowciry repaired at A. 11. Penny's. All work warranted. RKMBMiisn tbntnll silverware, watches, rins, &c, bought at A. H. Penny's will bu en graved free of chnrffo. ":'"''""'" Kememiieii your account is duo. Pleaso The Lebanon Fair train has not paid rail nnd settle. V. 11. Mcltoborts. for the oil from Lancaster hero so far. To Loan. on real cbuUo securi- Tho exhibition, which is said to bo a good one, closes so be at tho de ty. Address Ilox 10, Iancastcr, Ky. pot at 7:15 a. M. if you wish to see tho I have only a few uoods left and am last of tho fairs in this vicinity. determined to close them out nt once. RitLoware tho olllcial returns of the See stock and et prices. J. H. roster primary held Saturday to nominate a T. J. Davison has procured license to candidate for circuit judge and Common auctioneer in Stanford and offers his ser wealth's attorney. They aro practically vices to the public when it has anything thu same as given in last is?ue: to oiler at public outcry. to-da- PERSONAL POINTS. Leb- Mk. O.K. Tato is takitiK in the am compelled now to call on all indebted to mo for n fottlemont. Please call nt basement of Severance A Son's nnd pay me. J. R. Foster. I Counties. Lincoln,.. Iloylo Sautley, llredtinrl'Jge. 107 60 61 Nod. 91 3JO Mercer.... 'fouls-- T Oarrard.. Saufley't n 19 3r vote over Jil lotli 8il. '5 t M an excellent house, sign and decorative p.tinter and paperlianger, has located here and oilers his services to Undkii the law it is made the duty of tho public. See ad. the county judge nnd clerk to examine the oillcerH appointed to hold tho Sells Rnon,' big circus is coming to election to ascertain if they are Sacking Flannels, liroad Cloths, Henriettas, Chcverons, Angoras, Danville next month, but will not visit qualified for tho work. Judge Varnon NEW ADVERT1SEM F..VTS. Campbell's Hair Suitings, New Ginghams, Yarns, Shoes, Handkerui. Stanford hasn't had one for about has accordingly fixed August 27th for is getting thoolllcorsof the four voting places in the chiefs, Shirts, Underwear, three years, and everybody XTotioe I hungry to seo tho elephant, tho band Stanford district to meet him and Counwagon and the clown. ty Clerk Cooper here for examination, All pononi Indebted to the firm ot Chadwick, call and pay the three sets ot election ofl'iccre in tho Ilallcy & Co. willtnopleateJohn K. Hailey their Crab Mn. A. R. Rastin writes that our pacither to or at er. I mean At, I Hustonville district will meet them nt Orchard. Mus. Jknnik Uu.v.v, who Iibb been nt per for Highland aro nearly always deO. P. N1IWLAND, Aulcnee. And arc to be sold. They are not bought to lie on our shelves but Hustonville on the 20th, the three Bets Columbia all sutnmor, returned Tues- - layed and that last Friday's bad not arof Crab Orchard district at Crab Orvere bought for you. rived there on tho U.M. We have reportVday. chard on the Oth nnd the three sets of Kdwin have re- ed the case to tho authorities and hope Mas. J. P. Davis and vrVNfORD, KY., tho Wnynesburg nt Waynesburg on the turned from a lengthy visit to Wayne hereafter to get better service. We pay , :ilst. As one of the requirements is that House, Sign, Decorative Painter e department to enough to the county. a man shall be nble'to read und underand Paper Hanger. If you desire to dress your children for school come and sec us. We Mim Annik Oiiexault, of Madison, is bo properly served. stand the new constitution, it is more Country work tolidtrd - Ettimate furnished. will 9 not cease to sell light weight goods at the old low prices and anytho Kiiest of Misses Clnra and Ophelia Fiction. A dispatch was sent from than probable that not a competent man thing in our summer stock you can buy regardless of cost. Lackoy. Kingsville, this county, to the Louis- will bo found in the county. A ia MiMHs Cmhsik Uauciiiman and Mary ville Times, stating that Jim Carter had lawyer, with nil his boasted ns- Dunn, cf Danville, nro visiting MIm Al- Bhot and killed George Pike for persistWe desire to icll our (arm near McKinney, tiitoness, could not understand that ice Raughman. ing in viMting ills hiMer after told not to fearfully and wonderfully made instruMits. A. A. Waiiiiks and Virginia are do so. Piof. J. R. Wall, of that place, is : 100 : ment. visiting thu family of Mr. M. N.DePnnw, here this week and hhvs nn such parties Well Improved, 45 acre to go In wheat. It has a CHURCH AFFAIRST" near Slielbv City. No. dwellme on it, ifood bam, buscy houto, ire live there and hu has heard of no such Souk cabins In yard, two wells, fine spring aud Peyton is back, nfter spendMiss Julia trou'ule. Rev. Ren Helm will hold service at spring (urate, large pond, Xc, All unded good ing the summer with friends at Huston-vlll- o fence. Call en or addrcM Rowland, Sabbath, 3 r. M., (standard J M. BROWN WIFE, and other places. The monument Arm o( Rrueg it Rob time. About closed out our stock of Spring Clothing; only a few Suits left, Near Mc Kinney, Ky. Mus. K. R. Caluwkli. and Mrs. Mattio ertsou, Louisville, have jut put up Rev. A. V. Sizemore will preach at which we offer at Nevius are attending the South District handsome monuments for Mrs. J. T. lagan's Creek church Sunday evening Rurgin. M. Rruce, Mrs. Wesley Rout and Craig, I. Association, at at S o'clock. Mil Ciiaulkv Caiitku seriously sprain- Phil Sod en, which aro a credit to their Tho Mt. Xenia meeting closed with Whilo here Mr. II. D. ed ids ankle bv n fall yesterday in the workmanship. three additions. The community enjoyRobertson cut numerous inscriptions Mt. Xenla neighborhood. On Oct. 15, 1892, ed a spiritual feast. Paor. Heniiy II. Kli.iott, teacher of and took orders for a number of large Just received a new stock of the Tho Kentuckian reports 121 addi- And pursuant to a decree of the I incaln Circuit f.crumn in Hlliott Institute, is the guest stones. Court, the fine Stock Farm of It. R. Gentry, de tions us the result of Kid. Martin's meet- ceased, will be soM on the premises at public aucof tho Severance brothers. tion to the highest bidder, This farm is on the Fiiik. James Frank McAunlly, who ing nt Pnris to Tuesday night. Ruth llranch turnpike road, about 2 miles from Misses Mackiii: and Willie Sallke, of Rev. W. 0. Young, president cf Stanford, is well watered, splendidly fenced and Danville, have been visltingat Mr. John lives just over tho line in Casev, had just completed a new residence and had Centre College, will preach at the PresBright'sand Mr. J. L. Dawson's. 305 Lacy and IIaiihy Moitktt, who have put tho carpets down, Tuesday last, with byterian church here Sunday week at Of fine with good residence, barn of moving in Wednes- 11a. m. JiJL AK. and stable thereon Molt of tho farm is now in been visiting at Mr. U. 0. Rywnter's, the expectation farm day. Tuesday night, however, some A protracted meeting will begin nt Illuo Crass. Thi tracts will first beasoffered for sale went buck to Midway yesterday. n whole, and and then in three separate Soft Hats, Caps, &c. In the Shoe line we can offer you or accepted which amounts to Mn. IIaiikison Ray and little daugh- fiend set tiro to it and burned it down. the Raptist church Sept. 10th, in which tho' bids and that bid sold on credits of 6, 12 and iS In Stiff and will be the most, Tho loss falls heavily on Mr. McAnnlly, tho pastor will be assisted by Rev. Mr. months. anything for ter, Frances Marion, of Garrard, nro tho I'cesiion for sfcdinj; purpose will be Rivet who is in limited circumstances. Rusk, of Rardstown. Ramsey. guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. en and after day of sa!o and full possession JanuaTho protracted meeting at the Chris- ry 1, 1893 Miw. J. 0. Aiinoli), of Knnsas, who For The L. & X. has refused to grant auy tian church begins Monday week, in- call onfurther information address at Manford or R R .VJ.H.GKN1 RY. has been vibiting her sister, Mrs. V. R. concessions to its switchmen or train Hill .V McRoberts, p As low as any House in town. Wednes men in the matter of luloptinKthoetnnd- - stead of Sunday, as Rev. Tharpe could McRoberts, left for her home r not arrive till that day. day. urd scale of wages, or nny other consid K. &V. Collars, Neckwear, Hosiery, Puff Shirts, etc. Trunks and. Rov.,11. C. Morrison, of Atlantn, Riiock, of Mis- eration askod for. The road has recent Mn. and Mn. Jami will preach the dedicatory sermon of the Valises, Umbrellas and Gum Coats. I will families in souri, and Mrn. Fannio Smith, of ly made a liberal advance and employes new Methodist church at Danville, Sun- Stanford deliver Ico every morning to pound; and tiumtyat 5 elits per 100 have been visiting at Dr. S. G. generally ru satisfied that it is paying for 50 to 100 pounds at the rate if .0 cents, and We have a few pairs of Shoes and Slippers that were slightly damday, which occasion will bo a memora- under 50 pounds at thr rate of cent Hooker's. I call special attention t the k.hn Premier now all that it win do The L. & X. ble one in the religious history of Danfire that we will sell regardless of cost. Ilrcwing C.'s Celebrated L. fleer, for which aged by removal at oar recent John Sam Owsley, Jit., has taken the ofllcials always do the txst part possible am agent. Will f jruish in eitlie- - kejr or bottle. ville. ofilce in tho Intkiiiok Joiminal recently by their men. Write for prices. U. R. Cnldwoll, Jr., clerk, asks us to K IlREMER.btanWd, Ky litf udvurttHwl, and has swung his law shinstate that the Cumberland River AssociThk colored woman, Julia Cobb, who gle out from it. ation will meet at Pleasant Point church Mknmib. W. G. JoNunnnd R. W. Mitch-oi- whs charged with forging an order for Wednesday, $l,!t5on Prof. Hubbard nt McKinney 1) miles from Kingsville, next Tuesday, of Ruckeye, were here and continue threo days. The first dny To have our photograph UK. He keeps up mi routo to tho mountains on business Rros. store, was arrested by Marsha! with all thtj Xewlaud in tho Peyton's Well neighbor- will be devoted to Sunday-schooland pleasure. A diEpRtch from Lancaster says hood and brought to town. She was Mb. and Miw. T. L. Austin, of .Dealers In. Kid. Jesse Walden has just closed a And will pive)ou Rood Mtiif.ictlnn. have moved into one of Mrs. taken to the store, but Mr. W. R. A.J MAKI', MHiilnri!. who gave her tho goods, failed notable religious meeting of two weeks Mrs. FHiinio Green's houses, on litis Twelve persons to identify her ns tho guilty party and at Litlo Hickman. tonville Avenue. united with the church, among whom Mu. V. 8. Tiiaylok is now thu engin- hhe was released. Doaler in was Mrs. Walter, aged 03 years, and Mr. Ho AN IJ eer at tho Stanford Roller Mill. Rkiiky Timinkk, who killed Isaac Lew- Murphy, who is SI years old. Murphy says he has been tunning an engine G'ods sold for Cash only is, in Rell county, in the most treacherenlisted in Col. lirnmlett's regiment in since ho was !1 years old. ous manner, and then threw his body the civil war at tho ago of 05 and was I hae lust reccmil mv Fall Stock of .hues and Mil James A. Miliu'iin, foreman of over a coidni'ly imite tlio cttiensof thN kmlty to call chll to be devoured by buzzardB uoted for his daring nnd fearlessness. Quecnsware, Glassware, Tinware, Lamps, Chamber Sets, Dinner in ana examine men., uoom scia lower man ev tho Stanford Roller Mill, was badly and Kemeinrjer was tried at Pinevillo this Rev. Ren Helm has returned from er my Groceric- - am neauipiaricrs n inr srapii'ana Will sown hate complete line Sets. Fa bruised by a big Mack of Hour, 5.000 weeklios Also agents for the Empire Wheat Drill. and given 21 years in thu peniten- Old Orchard, Mo , where hu greatly en- of Hardware in stock c pounJs, falling on him the nther day. J II. Ill 1.1 O.N, Kowland, KV tiary, A broken neck would seem to bo joyed the camp met ting there. The diet 0. Mi Kinney went up to light punishment for such a crime, but of spiritiul food and the baked beans of Miis. Riittie Richmond Wednesday in answer to a they do not hang people up in the the I'nht seemed to have agreed with telegram stating that her liltlo niece, mountains unless moln get hold of him nml he is in better hcalthaud stoutTsTQCK FUH, Miss Florencu Myers, was ill nt Mr. them. : er than when he left a month or more LOCUS? : GME Mason, Lightning and Wire Top Phelps'. T ago. At tho three camp meetings that J kit Hhnhl'iison, tho Knox county hu attended, Asbury Park, Old Orchard Dn. L. S. McMuktiiy bus been elected Lincoln Circuit Court murderer, who spent n couple of years of and Ueulah Park, over $7o,000,000 were F.mlly H Jones Ac, FIhiiiUITs, J to tho chair of Gynecology in tho HospiSale la Equity. s. College of Medicine at Louisville, his life in jail here, awaiting trial, nnd inised for foreign missions. ) tal loc C. Jones, &c. Defts. Uni- appeals, is ag.iin in durance vilo. He is whichisadepaitment of Central lly virtue or a judgment of tho Liucoln Circuit FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. charged with htenling 53,000 from old Court rendered in tho aboc styled case at tho Ocversity. i8)i, 1 will on Porcelain and brass Preserving Kettles; Refrigerators, Water Coolers, V. L. Dawson, tober term, Miss Kix.v Ti.nsi.ky, tho handsome man Joo Turner, who had been hoardSeed Ilyo for tnlo ing it up for a protty young girl who Stanford. of Judge J. H. Tinsloy, of daughter White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers, Fly Paper and Fly Traps. Sopt, 21, 1892, Win. Goocli bought of 1). N. Prowitt At o'tloik a. tn or thereabout, on the premises, was on Wednesday's train, re- had promised to become his wife when n kII at public auction to the hlghett bidder the Wire Cloth Spring Hinges and Comer Irons, Grind Stones, Scythe turning homo, after several months' he could givo her that amount. Tho 101 owes nt ?;I50. following described property, to wit. money was stolon the night before tho Stones, Grass and Weed Hooks, lades and naths. Wa.ntkii. Four vral calves atonco. stav with friends in Ohio. Blue-Gras- s Farm of 449 Acres, . Klein, of nuptials and thu girl refused point-blan- k Win. Moiolinil. A Misses Sai.lie and Mattie Full lineof cakes, Candies and Fruits, Prices to suit the times. John L. Klkin sold a buRy horso to i Hood and j l'oles, oven at that Into hour to marry Maples, were over Tuesday to bring Hanjtine Fork, about for $03. Situated on the waters of the Hinir truest. Miss Collier, to take tho tho old man, who has einco drapgd Nick Vanliook McKXlTITE-S- r bhelby City pile west ol Maiifonlon iV, H. Lynn sold in .1. G. Lynn a pair and wiles adjoint the lands of the A Ijckoy, Jos. J. (J and twin to her homo in Louisvillo. They along n miserable existence in single McAluter, Win Uurton, Lawson andotiutrtand is cussodncf s. If Jed' is guilty bo ought to of ycnrlhi; inuii'S for $200. took in the Institute while here. farm. For further descriptho Lewis It. Jones A very lino nrticlo cf seed wheat for tion aud metes and bounds, tho pleadings and title bu hung without trial or tho benefit of naiur. huraltl are rafcrrud to. Itullt rMill Co. salo. Stanford clergy for tho trouble ho caused. ll Improved with eocnl dwellin: CITY ANP VICINITY. Said Uriu U house, barn and other outbuildings; has an of Josph II. I'. Elkin bought abundance of atr for all purposes and is suitable was Sr , 7 100 pound stoors at '2. cow, . oiu account is duo aud we need the A vKnv charming party indeed Tues-dnlor rowing hemp,'....-.- lonaeco, wneat ana su.au Severance it thntKiven by MissXom Morelaud cralns, anu ooi a high Mum- cul,.im.v. Call and sottle. 1. 1 Nunnulloy sold to E. W. Koch-est- all Icrulc Is onoot meland, inmrm.uuut cuuuit, of JjiocL Farm night, in honor of her guest, Mi'fs hoj;s at 4 j. tivation an Is it No i u lot of shall keep constantlyon During the year 1892 I is uceptiulc ofdivislcu into Iwo rxud McAually. Mifs Morelaud issued Twelvo Southdonn tracts, Farm Acres and tho other tf about zoo Fon Sale. 011030 The lino buggy horso of W. T. Tucker, Laura stock of hand a full and complete Acre, each tract Irontinp on the turnpike road. erbal invitations only, to about dozen bucks. Call on J. E. Uruce, Stanford. valued nt $150 was killed by lightuing S.tld Farm will firs I be ofTeredinlwo parcels a or inoro couples, nnd from S till 12 a W. 7. Kamsey bought of Charley above and then as a whole tract, and tho offer Tuesday. happier party could not have been found. White, of Garrard, a pair of mulea for Saidthe most money will be declared. 6, 13 and i3 sale wilt Iw mado on a credit of Hoys' fall and winter Biiits received; Resides delightful daucing S1S0. tnjnlhs, In equal Installments. Honds required of the purchasers, bearms6per cent. Interest from something now; call nnd Heo worn. ,mc was enjoyed. Early in tho evening tho Dr. Clifton Fowler sold hia crop of dav of sate until paid, with wood personal security anil having the force and effect of a judgment; a guests were invited to lunch, which Mrs. COO buBhela of wheat to Georf;o D. Wear-e- n Roberts & Iliggius. lieu alo retained on the land till nil tho purchase monevUpald. Morelnnd's artistic hands, assisted by nt 70c. post-o- fis the name of u new Vitirtua Said sale will ba made for a division ofthepto-ceed- s My stock of A Bourbon county man is said to among tho heirs of L R Jone,uYcd. ... :111 n,ta nntuitv and Lizzie Melvin her daughter, prepared, and to say it G. M. DA. ISOX, IIV.U I..." .w 'j most excellent culinary effort have sold 15J bushels of peaches from wao a Master Com'r Lincoln Circuit Court bnB been appointed postmaster. would bo but feeble terms in which to one tree at $3 per bushel. tomato raised " For information call on or address J. D E. If. Tho Climax tells of a Stanford, Ky. C. height killed threo speak of it. Miss McAnally assisted to in Madison that is 20 J inches in circum- or pJ. S. Jone. At theale of the above Farm wo will sell Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers of Tub north-boun- d ntmiblic auction all the Stock, Crops and harm' borne extent Miss Moreland in entertain- ference and weighs 4'J ounces. horses belonging tn Daulel Stagg, Jr.,y J. I. JONKS, drompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas lug Utensils on the Farm. H.JONES. Hon. John S. Owsley sold to Jesae Hanging Fork yester-da- ing and it goos without Baying that it A. R. PENNY. D.uvron in charge. near tho tank at C. JONES. mulea. 51 Fox, of Garrard, 25 was splendidly done. morning. Xov-ember anon Fair. Mia. II. 0. Fahuis is visiting friends in Somerset. Mil Wii.i. W. Hays 1h mrlouely ill of typhoid fever. Mim Rosa Jonim has koho to visit in Lexington nnd Paris'. Mibs Ai.uk IIuiuile wont over to Lex ington Tuesday to visit friends. K. 0. Wju.to.v and other Lincoln county peopio are taking In tho London fair. Miw. Aiik I)KAKKnnd;Miss'iiallauKh-ina- n have been visiting Mrs. W.T.Tuck- Painteil Mr. T. L. Austin, of Mid-dlesbor- o, John S. Owsley, Jr., for commonwealth'! attorney received i,i5vutmln Lincoln, 650 inMercir 1,104 In Iloylo and Ojrrard about 650. and took as part pay n lot of 21 yearling mules. Cora Taylor, tho fillv 0f S. H. Raughman, ran second nt Gnffleld Park, Monday, nnd won a race there In the bosom of Kentucky, It is not a great metropolis, Wednesday. The Stadford Roller Mill is receivFar from the deep blue sea, It's not a mushroom town, ing 50,000 bushels of wheat bought at 70 There stands a little city It supplies the wants of people cents. An nverapo of 2.000 bushels per day Ih now being brought in. It's the home of you and me. For many miles around. W. It. Kidd shinned Thursday in 02 export cattle weighing Rnltimoro pounds, which were purchased at 4jc and $50 promium Winchester Democrat. One of the largest Bales of tobneco over made in Louisvillo was closed tbiH Can supply you with anything in the Grocery, Glassware or Tinware week, when M Papnenheimer it Co , of line. Xew York, bought 71 hogsheads of fine Green River Pryor. Cash wheat sold vesterdnv for Tor ino lowest price this year, and within 2 jo of tho lowest on record. The protfe-tiv- o duty of 2. a bushel is getting in its work at last. St. Louis P. P. Xunnelley bought of D. C. Cress 102 lambs at lc nnd 2o owrs from CM. Spoonnmore nt S2G0. Tho carload was shipped to Cincinnati Wednesday. First arrival for the Fall J. P. Crow's Relmont Chief 80PO, 0 vears old. put n son in the 2:.10 list at Grand Rinids a few dnvs ago. It was Krnpst Wilkesmont and he went a mile in 2:29 flat. Verv few horses nt 0 yenrs have a representative in tho 2:30 class. The Song of Stanford. A. A. 3i 1,-4- WARREN 1 Poft-Dispatc- flloiavs on Time. J At The New Cash Store. All New and Desirable. COME AND LOOK 4t F. L. ATTSTIN, post-ofllc- AT THEM. m m Phiia-delyli- Good Farm For Sal. Acres, J. S. HUGHES. Containing 1 4 WE : HAVE 51-4- Pin For Sale. Stock Farm Greatly Reduced Prices. Saturday, Contains about Acres NEWEST srinv JLJEB "51 LADIES, GENTS AND CHILDREN, - ja-t- d XCE JOTO BK3SK. 1 y, 1 '. l, GotoEarp'sArtGali&ry 11 M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. s. Mid-dlesbor- o, Latest Improvements, 9J-1- FARRIS & HARDIN, H y, J J. H. HILTON, -:- General Merchandise. HAEDWAEE . l 1 STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, 1 r Commissioner's Sale Now Is the Time to Buy TiD Cans, Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, Sealing Wax Wednesday, 4 i BROS. i"i i Mc-Clar- v, . y er lllue-liras- s A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER d I 11 real-Is- tete-n-tute- Drugs and Paints, - Oils, & Stationery. Toilet Articles Glass, Books, hi ..... m m WATCHES. CLOCKS & JKW3Sr.HV -- . A v. jilijj 3tA. C Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT THE.BRIGHT SIDE. k, Publlshod Kvory Tuosday and Friday and From Dear Kato's Scrap-Boolished In Affectionate Remem-branc- e or Her. There Is many a rest in the road of lifo Pub- As a general liniment for sprains and bruises of j Tj"Kmmr for rheumatism, lame back, deep seated or museu- - : lar paines, Chamberlain's Pain Balm is unrivaled. For sale by Dr. M. L. Bourne, Druggist and OpI have just opened a first class Butcher Shop on tician, Stanford, Ky. Lancaster street, m hero I will keep at nil times BUTCHER SHOP. CARRIAGE PAINTING. : Good Looks. Good looks are more than skin $2 PER oj-Wh- en VICA.K, iyADVANClC. will be charged.-!- ". not to paid $2.60 K. L. LOCAL TIME CARD. at Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning 's:jo n- - m L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. . 9 P Maintain going North , ...tropin South 55 P Express train " South 315 m '" " North ..659 am Freight North Local South....- ....5 P m The latter trains also carry passengers. The above is calculated on standard time. Solar time is about so minutes faster. If we only would stop to take it, And many a tone from the better land If the querulous heart would wake It. To the sunny rout that Is full of hope And whose beautiful trust ne'er faileth, '1 he crass is green and the flowers are bright, Though the wintry storm presailcth. Ilctter to hope though the clouds hang And to keep the eyes still lifted, lew, gans. Cures pimples, blotches, boils and gives a good complexion. Sold at A. K. Penny's drug store, 50 cents per bottle deep, depending I sell at the marupoti a hetlthy condition of all the vital organs. It lc the liver be inactive you have a bilious look, il ket price I hate a tine, now, large refrigerator your stomach be disordered ou hate a dyspeptic and moats will always be kept fresh and nice look and if your kidneys be affected you have a 481m.) JULIAN VEST. pinched look Secure your health and you mil have good looks. Klectric Hitters is the creat al terative and tonic, acts directly on these vital or- : BEST TUB obtained, which that can MEATS will I havo opened a shop over Wm Daugherty'aand am prepared to do all Binds of vehicle painting in s style and at reasonable rates. Give me call.JOHN II DcNARDI 4, first-clas- The most Celebrated Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat and Chronic Disease Specialist in the State. MONUMENTS Of,all kinds, J. II. KAUGIIItlAN, FIRE AND STORM v Made and Sot Up in All Parts tho Country. No Agents 196m No, 43 eJisp of loyrd - For the sweet blue sky will soon peep through When the omnlous clouds aro rifted. There was noct a night without a day, Or an e entng without a morning, And the darkest hour, as the proverb goes, Is the hour before the dawning. There is many a gem In the path o( life Which wo pass in our idle pleasure That is richer lar than the Jeweled croun, Or the miser's hoarded treasure. It may be the loe ol a little child. Or a mother's prayer to heaven, Or only a beggar's gratelul thanks For a cup of water given. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Trains pass JunctlSn City as O fa C. Sneclal tJaoam Mail is:57 P- - m ; New Orleans Limited 3.17 Ulue-ura- ss p. m. Fast i ? Special j'oe a. 1 Orais, Special 6 .00 a m. ; Cincinnati L,imiieu .4. p. m.-- Fast Mail .l p.m. North-bound-- special 8:49 Ji c. m- - ". Itettrr to wease in the web of lite A bright and golden filling, Dentist. office recently Office South side Main street, in vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. - gggi fPfVCP Office A. S. PRICE, Stanford. And to do God's will with n ready heart And hands that are swift and willing, Than to snap the delicate, slender threads Of our curious lhesasunder, And then blame hcaen for the tangled ends And sit and grieve and wonder. We authorise our advertised druggist to sell you Representing Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, upon this condition: If )ou are afflicted with I. a Grippe and will use this remConn,, of edy according to directions, giving It a fair trial !ng of and expermee no benefit, you may return the buttle and have your money relunded We make this offer became of tho wonderful success of I)r Kings New Discovery during last eaon's epi- Ins. Co. of America, ' demic. Have heard of no case in which it failed. Try it. Trial bottles free at A. R. Pennj 's drug All of which are tint class Companies. I would store. Large sue joe and Ji. be pleased lo wait on my f riendt in this line. Pol. icies promptly issued. Will insure against tornaDuring the epidemic of flux In this county lad does, wind storms and lightning Lightning claussummer 1 nad naru work to keep a suppP ol es attache! without additional charge Office at First National Hank, Stanford. Camberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhira Keme- ly on hand. People often came 10 or 11 miles in the night to get a bottle of the remedy. 1 have been selling patent medicines for the past 10 years and find that it has given better satisfaction in cases of diarrha-- and llux than any other medicine I ever handled J. II llenham, Druntlst, Golconda, Pope Co , III, Over 500 buttle of this remedy were sold in that county during the epi- Highest cash market price paid demic referred to It was a perfect success and was the only remedy that did cnru the worst casfor es. Dotens of persons there will certify that it saved their lues. In four other tpidomlc of bowel complaint this remedy has been equally successful, is and 50 cent bottles tor sale by Pr M L. Bourne, Druggist and Optician, Stanford. Ky Ounrnntood Curo for La Grippe. INSURANCE AGENT W. ADAMS & .(roadway, Lexington, Ky Kl oun. RILEY HOUSE Hartford, Hartford, P. D. HILEY, Proprietor, Manchester, Manchester, Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, London, - Kentucky. North I have moved to my new Hotel and am better pieparcd than ever to acenmmodaU ihe public Good Livery attached and every convemeac desired. Give me a call, THE 4 jw 1 adisH vBHaHflEisisHisisBv tuR. v i Bm' Kly $4 II I FRANK RILKY. Notico to the Traveling Public. have had Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, &c, SURGEON DENTIST. over Severance & Son's Store, Main street, When the People's Party Wins. Money plentiful as rocks. Streets alt paved with silver blocks; Mortgage ou the land and sea; Trains transporting millions free ; Letters stanipless; loads of freight Going free from State to State; No more labor, no more strife; Nitiety years to every life; Death a thing of smiles and laughter, With ice factories hereafter ! Atlanta Constitution. R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. DENTIST. Is moving to the Higgins office, Lancaster street. Nitr0u, Ode G gSr&MnIajSYex,ract.ng. The bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap- pea nanus, chilblains, corns ana all sktn crop, S lyr tions and positively curts piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to etvc perfect sausfsciKT, Price 15 Cents per box. John It. Cattleman or money refunded For sale by A R. Pennv, Stanford, Ky. Bucklln'aArnlca Salve. best salve in the world tor cut, at M. F. ELK1N & CO., -- have in connection with Hotel one of the best saloons la the State, open day and night; a night man meets all trains, in connection wuh llou-- o have also one of the best Mineral wells in the Male and for reference to water, ciill en Mr and Mrs G. W. Patrick, Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Floyd Ingram, Krln, Tenn , A A.Warren, Stanford, Dr. I) K. Proctor, C. H llraum. Mr and Mrs T. W Hamilton, Rowland, Mr and Mrs. V. II. Johnson, New Jim Cox, Greensburtr. Rates It inr day J. M. I'elrev. tl.ri Gite me a call J. W CARRIKR, Prop. THE SIIEXTON HOUSE J. S. APPLEMAN H. D., At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and THE CII K1IRATK11 English. Specialist, Formerly j'rolessorof Pra.tlceof Medicine, . ry lias, Eioctrical Modlcal Collogo, TORONTO. CANADA, Now Examining Physician of the STANFORD, KY. A G. Lanhaw ..NOTICE TO TUB.., Southern Medical Institute, LOUISVILLE, KY. ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. MANAGERS. TRAVELING PUBLIC. I have opened ia connection with my Hotel, the Will be at Myer3 Houso, Stanford Tuesday, Sept. 13. From S Stanford, Rowland, 30-jr- Thirty years ago Win. Sprague was the young governor of Rhode Island and one of the richest men in tho State. He entered the army and be- KENTUCKY came a Ilrigadier General, and quitting the army - - STANFORD, he took his seat in tho.nateof the United States. Office Hours: 10 to 11 a. m.; t to 3 p m.; 8 to He married the daughter of tho Chief Justice of court-houstho United Suites. Then Ins fate struck him some Office en Lancaster street, opposite 39- hard blows. He began to retrace his steps towards the bottom of the eminence on w hlch he had stood. His wife left his homo taking with her their children. Then he failed in business, the Coffey House, Office opposite liabilities of the great firm to which he had being 5t'.ooo,ooo The whole fabric of his vast fortune melted to nothingness and he had left him but the roof of the house in which ho had 19 6rn y ruled like a prince. he is a constable, eking out of that petty office a bare subsistence. And whisky did it all. Frankfort Capital. S HELTON" HOUSE, . o Chinese Mandarin. You Americans arc very : : smart, but you are inconsistent. American Citiren In what way? Office hours 7 to 9 a. m. and 5 to 9 p. m. You spend millions of dollars sending missionaa ries to us. DR. JOHN" M. CRAIG, Homeopathic Physician, When Baby was sick, wo gave her CaatorU When she was a Child, she cried for CastorU. "When sho became Miss, sho clung to Castorla, When she) had Clill jen. sho gave thorn Castoria, insurance Company, MT3SHS y DR, J. A. AMOIT, - Kentucky. Mr. John Carpenter, of Goodland, Ind. says' "I tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar- rhora Kcmedr. hr durrhira and severe cramps and pains in the stomach and bowels with the best results. In the worst cie I never had to give more than three doses to effect a cure. In most cases one Jo.e will do. Decides Us other good qual S and 50 cent ities it is pleasant to take,' bottles for salo by Dr M L. Itouroe, Druggist and Optician, Stanford, Ky BA11BEE&0ASTLBMAN Commerce Building-, Tho Bost Louisville Agents throughout the South. W. A. TRIBBLE, Local Agent, S TAN FOR D. KY. THE SOFFEY HOUSE JOSEPH COFF1SY, TPro'r. DR. D. E. PROCTOR, To-da- 03NT1S FIRST CLASS KcR THE 35iS.SlS Kentucky, Round Trip HARVEST -:- a m ti j p m , one dsy ..ely, returning esery four weeks during the year Dr. Applcmanit Araduatref Hellcvue Hospitv al Mtdual College, New York City, and the Medical College, Toronto, C.hada. He has made a (c.mI study ot iHn disesse--s he treaicnl in Firsl-ClaB- S the crest Ilellevne and Charity llosnitat for sevAnd offer the services of it to the public. Ilrand eral years and rccugaUes im superior inaMsgncaing new vehicles and fresh blooded horses make my and trswlitig Chrome Dlseasn He devotes all his time to the treatment of ckrcMsf and nervous stable compare with iliseasesofbothsoesaHd bis skl'4 a,s an sert hi In this clasof nics m well established TiMts'suc. ccsstully, and Gi me a call, P W. (JRKF.N. rmprutor. AL. nLKNS.Manjfer Acute and Chronic Catarrh. Ringing IB Ears. DealnMs, Distusrsof Lye, Ear. Nesr. Throat. Lungs, Kidney, Urinary and Madder troubles. Ilnghl's Disease, Dubetet, Dyspepsia, Constipation, Rheumatism aud Paralysis, Epilepsy or rits tmsitively CHte.1. ou-- rf or middle afd men n(Tf ring from Iwpotcncy. Krontioiss. the nt SIANrOKD. Ks , errors or excesses, shuuM call before It isrr.uli. loo late v gursntee a cure if case has Hot gone too far. Superfluous hair and all omptioAs of the face permanent!) removed KOTJsSS, 1 1 i KJet-tric- al Uvcry Stable, tho Country. Permanently Curos a, - EXCURSIONS, ft vr That is true. Menstruation, Dispiaecment el Womb, bearing s m down pains in bat k. relieved in short tin,. And the object is to fit us for the Kingdom of -1 he Dot tor carries all his portable Instruments Heaven and comes prepared tocsamlne tho most obscure , , privileges days from date of sale, with stop-ovI Yes. 1 You are hereby notified that I or my Deputies medical and tjrgual cases lit! f I I fl li nd JT ADU llliaUIAIVU I to points west ot M. l'aul anil .Minneapolis ill meet you at Hustonville. Waynesburg, Crab Ho undertakes no incurable Hut still you refuse us a residence in the Uuitcd but cures For lull information, address auyof the CompaOrchard and Stanford on Aug. ao, Primary Llec- huuilreils given Up iodic, ny's representatives, or States. Now, explein that. ou "e J AS. C POND. Well, you sec we are airaid if you go to our Gen'l Fas. and Ticket Agt , Chicago, III. country to live you w ill get icto Americn politics And Confidential What of thm? Address J S APPIEMAN, M D, That would unfit you for the Kingdo of VJdUl!7J 1 ouisvilte, Ky. Heaven. Texas Mftings. ' Dealer In REV. W. W BRUCE, Principal; "A mistake that is very generally made," said Domestic MISS KATE OOQLE, Assistant; Gen. Rosecrans, "is the popular phrase, 'everyConfectioneries, Ac. thing is lovely and ihegouto hangs high. Now, Has with him a first class baker and can lurntsh this is enjlrely wrong. It should read, 'everything Primary, Intermediate and Advanced Grade. S7 short notice. read, Cakes and the like on is lovely and the oose honks high.' This saying Special attention given to preparing boys for " Ql " College. originated away up MI f' wi issH ssB.aH Co in .rainy, foggy or in the Northern States,awhere For terms. Art., address Jellico Coal s tu"y weather it is well 47 i REV. W. W. HRUl'E, Hustonville. Ky known fact that the etse fly low skimmlnz Miners and shippers of the GENUINE along over the very housetop. In fine and pleasant we.ithcr you will remember that they fly In long strings so high in the heavens that their pe and Try it. We axe the sole agents for Stanford rail- - culiar cry 'honk, honk,' can scarcely be heard on OF STANFORD, KY., Rowland. Office corner of Depot street and the earth below, hete the old saying that everyroadocro"ing. HIGo'lNS thing Is lovely when the goose 'honks high,' and Is now fully organized and ready for business with WATTS. I not 'hangs high,' which is a most nonsensical perIhR of - up version of the original old New England saying ' Paid . -. Surplus, . - - - 19,000. HKrH rjrsaw k i Twenty milcsthe S"iortrt to Jacob Oppcnheimcr and Sam Wolf, two Now ?z t sri Kentucky Hedgt York Israelites, were d.scusslng the insecure con SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL 'fl am agent for The Central I BANK OK STANFORD, JUNCTION CITY, KY. Fence Co.. of Lancaster, and ofTer the seryices of dition of Mew York. Now closing up) with the same assets and under Have justereiteUa nw Marble ami Granite both myself and the Company to the citizens of "Mine Gott, Sam, did you read dot Herald ill, liberHoiim and am fully prepared to fill ordors fur all St. Louis, Mu higan Points, i hi same management. Chicago, Lincoln county. I am v ery thankful for the Hv provisions ff its chaiter. depositors are as my Clevelaud. kind at Marble and dramte worn. I have Dtttroit, al patronage received and hope by lair dealing- to about how a man of war might choost anchor himBuffalo. Indianapolis and the West, merit a continuance. Farmers in need of a Rood self dot Coney Island ofT, and dcitroy brobcrty fully protected as aie depositors in National employ skilled workmen from the East. My freight Banks, its shareholders being held individually esiellod and I will not be uh Canadi, Ne Kngland, facalltlMcan rM fence will find me at the Myers House in Stanford not Forty. second street on." liable to the extent of the amount of their stock ,n iH Pntmtv CTmirt dav. JDK S. WRIGHT. deishl Ji "Ya. dot"vash tarn pad," icplled Wolf M. W, JOHNSON. therein at the par value thereof, in addition to the 97.6rn ' Pad I I should schmile, veil I own brobcrty dot amount invested in such shares. It may act as Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Thirty-sixt- h street on. I vould lo3 all mine brob- executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual. Quickest time toHairodUturg, Frankfort, Ky I. II. Y EAGER crty 1. M. URUCE. rait doie poinbshslls." To those who entrusted their bulsiness to us Richmond, MRGINIA .Shortest and Quickest line to "I say, Shacob, veil yon vasli afraid you loses while mnaging the Lincoln National Hank of your broberty, vy don't you put it In your wife's Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and truit they will continue to transact their business name Txas Siftingg, with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenKy. SALE STASLE, tion to same, our tuenty years' experience is SOLID VI.STIHt I.FD TKAINS thro" with The republican profession of favoricg honest banking end as Iiberalnceommodations as are conI have uuite a number cf FARMS for sW of Ike out change via CluiUn c;a, Birmingham, Meridelections is so hypocritical that it Is an insult to sistent with sound banking. STANFORD, KY. .Jf fi& It very Inest Lands in Llnioln county. ian making direct crmusciiona en loute for Knox. honest men I o make it, A prty with a record in iukkctoks: ville, Ashcville, Lynchburgand points in the I hse rarms are an wen improved and good rich land, running III sue from 5010500 Aires The above firm went into effect July 1st and re- .stealing all the offices that mgenuity and force Williams, Mt. Vernon; J. J. Considering Ihcitlocaliiy, their richness ami fer spectfully asks a share of the patronage of the could put In their grasp, from the presidency of J. M. Hall, Stanford; public. tility of soil, thecoiisenicuco or turnpikes and railthe United Stntm to the snpervisorship of the J. S. Owsley, Stanford ; roads that bring markets tight to our door, they V NEW RIGS AND HORSES town of Florence, passing over the stealing of the are cheaper than the Lands of any other lOunty.lu At Chattanooga for AUtnta, Columbus, Wilminc S.J. Embry, Stinferd; the Mate 'I here is srarcely a Farm in the couh. ton, Charleston, Augusta, Ma on, Savannah, Legislatures of Rhode Island, Montana, Now J. E. I.ynn, Stanford; Brunswick, Lake City, Ttiomssville aud FLOltl ty over . miles frum a dorot purchased and nothing but first-tlaHampshire an several ieats in Congress, has litHavo Dealer in the above A. W. Carpenter, Millodgevillo; DA points. 1 he county is chocked with turnpikes running turnouts will lenu the stable. w hoc a public romi en Tho only line tunning soliJYestibuled trains with I Here tle justification for putting on the gurb of virtue inevery direction J F. Cask, Stanford; Orders for Cattle, Sheep seat that m not Mcjdainuel iiouioir or raiacs Mceping (Jars to St. tHrnig the coitit when (rev elections are discussed. Utica Obierv-u- r. William Gooch, Stanford, Ky. Augustine without change lor any class of pas. Solicited. Stock Cattle and Sheep a specialty. We have tlie Nmiiviuu iiraucn oi ine 1. v 11 S. II. Shanks, President. Persons having any of the .tbove described sto-R. dividing the county from Hast 10 UVI aud the acrgcrsorbagirsi,c. 37 Seloia and Montgomery, Huntsville, Dceatur J. II. Owsley, Cashier. for sale or wislihij to purchase same, will do ws.ll C S. R R from North to Nuth; the K C. R. R A Georgia exchange is responsible for the foi. to call on or address me An experience of fifteen Irom this ulace to Cincinnati, crossing the C ft O Florence, Memphis and ARKANSAS points. W.M. Blight, Teller lowing: "Some yenra ago Judge Sirmois was years in this business has been of profit to me and at Winchester, giving full access to the markets of Shorftt and quickest to Anniston, Selma, MoI think I can make it profitable both to the buyer the whole world. Besides, we have three large bile. Dnrct connections made at NKW ORpresented with a pet snake. Onedaylt swallow.Mills in tne county mat give us a market LEANS without omnibus transfer for Galveston will pay the above reward for any casao ed an eight day clock, which could be heard to We Plour Houston, Austin, Office at the Myers House. for all our cram right at home; and the develop Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, indigestion, Constipation or Costiveness we can not tick and strike until It run down. Shortly after, mentot tne mountain regions 01 nasiern ami OF STANFORD, KY Kentucky bv lailro.ids and the outVegetable Liver Pills, when the ward the snake laid ico eggs. On opening them THE STANFORD": TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. cure with West's let Sonth by railroads has cteated such a demand directions are strictly complied with. They are he found each to contain an d watch in fur all kindsof cereals and provender that we can The only through line to Jackson and Vicksburg, purely vegetable and never fail to give satisfacgood running order He then fed it 011 large auscarcely retain enough lor homcconsumptlon. Miss. , Shieveport, La., making direct connections tion. Sugar coated. Large boxes, containing 30 Tho people are prosperous, generous and kind, without omnibus trausfcr for Dallas, Fort Worth, pills, 15c. Beware of counterfeits and imitations. gers and obtained enough corkscrews to supply believing in Christianity and education. Tiure Austin. San Antoni, El Paso and points in F he cenuine manufactured only by -The John C. the Baptist Convention, . .. 1, Tl which recently met at AtHas contracted with responsible fircislorlfsplants is not A neighborhood in the county but has a West Co., Chlcigo, ill saic oy lanta.'1 TEXAS.ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFQRN.A. and will have the Ice and Klectric complegood church and school-housny, Attention of the public is invited to the fac ted in about sixty days; thu Water Plants soon For through rales, correct county maps and lu Stanford, the county seat of Lincoln, is a prosPlant Pupa 'teaching little liarhls"nurnbers) -- "Now that this is tho only National Bank in Stanford a, sou inhab.tauts and is perous little city of about information Under the provisions of the National Bank Act In order to nlace individual contracts in ad. tin treat duorwav from tne North and North or address call on Agent at Jutiction City. Ky Itarr, how much is ten tunes niner'' depositors are secured not only by the capita) vante for Water and Klectric Light, the Company east South and from the Northwest to .Niuihcatt, J. S. LK1TH, Harr 'Ninety," . jtncilon Cily.Ky stock, but by the stockholders liability for an offers the following and standing as it does gaiitig right Into the bosD. MILLER, so that depositors of D. G. TOWARDS. amount equal to Papa "And ten times eight!" Necessary water pipes will bo laid, connected to om of the undeveloped mountains of bouthcisicrn 23 lu USaBKKSXKZ3TJU Trallic Matigr.. G. P .V T. A this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. mains at actual cost lor pipe nnd work. Uarr "Eighty.'1 Kentucky backed up by the wholo Cincinnati. Five sworn statements of thecondition of the bank Klectric wires put In and necessary fixtures fur- region ot the Stale with railroads running through Papa -- "Then how many is ten times naught'' are made each year to the United States governnished free ot charge. it to all points of the compass, makes it naturally ment and its assets are examined si stated times A new and Complete treatment, consisting of liarr (studying) I des ten times naught To be of bcit quality and guiranttcd to giso one of the best located towns In the South fur by government agents, thus securing addititona suppositories, Ointment in Capsules, also in box must be naughty'" satisfaction. manufactures and other enterprises of magnitude. and perfect safety to depositors. ami pills; a positive cure fur hxternal, Internal, . The schedule of ndnpted rates Is now being agitated and right established as the per cent, lower than is usually given. from aj 1050 Water Works are abouti This Ulind or Weeding, Itching, Chroaic, Koceiit or of a mile A Spanish gentleman, accompanied by his wife, Depositinstitution, originally i8jS, then aboue the town Bank of Stanford in Piles. This remedy has nescr been Hereditary there could be erected Water Works with very known to fail $1 per box. 6 lor $j; sent by mail. has succeeded in performing the feat of crossing ued as the National Bank of Stanford 111 1S65 and supply a city of 50,000 inof Rates. llllleccM that would Why suffer from this terrible disease when a writ-e- n ths Andes in a carnage. They started Irora the again re'organired as the First National Bank of habitants with the purest and best waier in the Stanlord in iS3a, has had practically an uninterguarantee is positively given with 6 boxes, to Argentine Republic and landed world. Our llttlo city hs been nowly rebuilt in at Catania, a dls rupted existence of 31 years. It is better supplied Dwelling of j rooms, one faucet $ 5 00 refund the money if not cured. Send stamp for the last few years and its business houses ard resEach additional room. ..v Iree sample Guarantee issued by A 1L. Penny, tanceof 360 miles. Notwithstanding that a great now with facilities for transacting business prompt 50 iliences will compare with larger cities of greater Kach additional faucet Ky, Call for part or the road was "terribly heavy," and that ly and liberally than ever before in its long and Druggist and sole agent, Stanford, 00 pretensions. M and tradesmen arc Stores, Banks and Pritate Offices, lancet. . 5 to all prosperous Our merchants Accounts of corporations, fidusamples. 7 and doing well. We base two nearly a mile of the way had to be constructed, honorable career individuals respectfully sobeBaths, private, one faucet ciaries, firms and 3 00 banks with a capital stock ol $400,000 that arc Hose attachment for sprinkler they accomplished the journey in 11 days. red. 5 00 prosperous and in a good condition. Stables, private, one animal a 00 The Directory of this Bank is composed ot We have spleodid schools. We have a female Each additional animal 00 College, a large brick building, with over too pu A Presidential Elector receives for his services T.J. Foster, of Stanford; mla In attendance and under tne nrlncinalshin ot sum of f 15 per day for each day in attendthe Koreitus Reid, Lincoln county; Prof. J M. Hubbard, is in a flourishing condi ance at the capital, together with "ten cents per J. W. Hayden, Stanford; tion. We also have a Seminary mat is a good For commercial use: S.H. Baughman, Lincoln; school, with Prof II. F. Blakemanatitshead. We a telle each way, from his place of residence, by the JJf. E. C. Wc.t's Nerve and Urain Treatment, One arc and three 16 c. p. incandescent lamp have one of the nest Public School buildings in M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; a specific for Hysteria, Dinncss,Fits, Neuralgia. most traveled route to the place of meeting " Ten per vear ,. J;0 00 this section of the State, with over 100 puptls in Headache, Nervous Prostration caused by alcohol cents per mile leaves a margin of profit, for no S. T. Harris, Lincoln; For 16 c. p. each incandescent light, per mo, 60 attendance, and with other good private schools, at tobacco, WakelulnesitMental Depression.decay, railroad is permitted to charge more than three Having removed my Barber Snop to the Com 66 you see our school facilities are excellent. J. S. Hocker. Stanford; Urain, causing insanity, misery, We have elegant church builmngs, representing merdal Hotel, I am 5 of jsw G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; death. Prematura Old Age, ilarrcnness, Ixsand cents a mite. denomination, with a full corps 01 ministers 5 every Power in either sex, Imnotency Lucorrhera SperT. P. Hill, Stanford. to Accommodate Ladies of lias class talent ind are doing a better business Involuntary Losses, For Residence Use: A successful Interview. all Female Weaknesses, "What did pa say?" W. G. Welch, Stanford; For 1st 16 c. p, incondescent lamp. per than any class of men in the city. of brain, heir mo... matorrhea caused by as well Gentlemen, I hjsvc tried to make this statement as facts, ., . .. 11 A month's treatment "He showed me tho door." "And what did you W.P.Tate, Stanford. .. A, Abuse, without any exaggeration or coloring, as tuo.ie In anything thy may wish In my 11 11 11 i u boxes to say?" "I said it was a handsome door, but, not We guarantee i. Chit-als- o i six for $s bv mail. OFFICERS: who know will beam e out. and those who wish waited on. Call no me.lln. " 4th" " " six boxes with $s will send " i' cure Each order forrefund it not cured. Guar- what I had come to taU about. That made him I.S.IIocker, President; to buy pleasant homes at fair prices and locate For each additional " to written guarantee laugh and a minute later you were mine.'' N. Y. among'a good people with all the best surroundJohn J. McRoberts, Cashier; For further information, apply to antees Issued only by A. R. Penny, Druggist and Herald. ings, would do well to call and see me before 97-- y A. A. Mc Kinney, Assistant Cashier. olo agent, Stanford, Ky. HAYDEN,Sup"t,&c, J.W elsewhere In Commercial Hotel. TA2S - FATTEHS. -- AUG. 30 and SEPT. 27, THE "WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINKV Will run low rate Harvest Excursions onabote dates to points in Minnesota. Montana, North and South Dakota. Tlclets will be good twenty (ao) er m " i- -r As Syphilis, Scrofula, Striaure, Gleet, not only msiHtaia it high reputation, rmt to add tc. to its long Ht ol friends Special accninM4a-lion- s Cured by never failing remedies. and rLM rootus for Diseases of women, such as Leuiorthea, palnfsl fr csmmcrcul truvWers the dlspley of samples In uiy charge and I intend to conduct it so This Hotel, tcovate-- l anil retiarnithvd, is now to lSlood and Skin IDiseascs. . m " s w a m AF,r3t ClasslSnloon cs Mas? zns&nKifiW Fruits, CONSULTATION FREE 3 rr HUSTON VILLE ACADEMY A Foreign and Opens (st Monday in Sopt. Pal Branch zz: '" Original Jellico Coal. .' ParmersBank&TrnstCo. Capital luilfllf sB SVLfesWML fO, $200,000. TO THE FARMERS. ft ya3ua?alW WtiT M r'a"' -- v a6ii" Junction City 'Marble&Granite Works 111 New York, ISoston, BRUCE & YEAGER, IMT, nil IM fei ti&2r!5f T. BUSH, REAL ESTATE AGENT Stanford, SI. as OTJW OMMUANS, bc-j- n is WIIXIAHI MOK22LANI, and k wlfrj '! jS:m CABOMftTA9 Give them a Call. .. $500 REWARD. FIRST NATIONAL BANK South-easter- n open-face- 1 Capital Stock Surplus S200.000 Water.LightandlceCo. 20,000 93-i- e. af-te- r. JAPANESE the-stoc- " C CURB ' Blue-Gras- s three-fourt- hs Schedule Yearly Water 1 1 1 1 Electric Light Rates. ot l over-exerti- on - -- Prepared , as .j 1 z " "it pur-hasi- JESSE THOMPSON, .- v 5 SaV. V. ' - . r - -