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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892083001 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- r i$h Semi-Weekl- y vol. XX. (T-) Interior Journal STANFORD, CRAB ORCHARD. KYM TUESDAY. AUGUST 30. 1892. The I. NO. 53 I had proposed writing Hoonur, but when I left New Jersey I whs busy in the Editor ot the Interior Journal.) DEATH'S DOINGS. J. Man at London and Other Points. J Several of our people attended the Granville Haley, aged about Vfi no time London fair, nniong whom wero Mrs. died Friday of peritonitis at Ida home nt Now York a few tlayB, bo I nnd Alice Nowlnnd, Misses Maud l'ettus nnd Rowland. A was held by to even nscuutl the World's towering Nannie Kdminton and Mr. V. J. Kdmis-to- n. Dr. L. B. Cook, assisted by Drs. J. G. MmHaon Fftuiue tower to buildiuu or tho Carpenter and D, K. Proctor, when it Bee the roof RnrdonH of Now York, where Tho Middlesborough State Gunrds, was found that nil the peritoneum, tothose dwelling on "Hats" can no up to who encamped at Crab Orchard Springs, gether with the vermiform appendix, tho top of tho hoiiHo nnd walk amid bioke camp Wednesday. While here had sloughed nwny. Mr. Haley was a blooming (lowers IndonltiK a purer nlr they deported themselves iu gentleman- ntcady nnd woHhv young mnn nnd than Is found six or ten stories below. ly innnner. much sympathy is felt for thn young On Friday wo took tho Fall Klver lino Crab Orchard has a sensation in tho wifo and child, who survive him. Tho couple of elcgaut boats crowded with a way of a preacher. Mlsa Fanny remains wero interred in Buffalo Ceme of thousand people, ho that iimttrerwea a beautiful blondo of 1U Hum- tery, Saturday afternoon, In every available space niter rill the prescovered Uy Saturday noon mers, is nddrtwdui; crowded houses at ence of n largo aesembly of friends. lnj tho Christian church. Mrs. Porter C. Sandidge, after a we had tmuiutl tho "Hub" and did not the Mrs. Mary Hunter received a tele- year's illness of consumption, died Frieven stop to neo Bunker Hill. "Tho King's business requires haste." Sat- gram Friday morning from Flora, 111., day and was burled the following day in urday night thu wcrk iK'nan at Old Or- stating that her daughter, Mrs. I.izzlo Budalo Cemetery. A few years ago, chard, Me. Along the boa Maine seem- McCIure, died suddenly. Her son, John when sho was led to tho altar a beautiful bride, there was every indication ed to be much like Florida; sand and Hunter, left immediately for Flora. The box supper given Tuesday night that n long nnd happy life would be hers, marshy places, lis chief visible products were grass nnd granite. Houses neat; at College Hall was n very nice affair. but tho fell destroyer came iu the flush barns good; marsh grass being cut und Owing to tho inclemency of the weather of a bright young womanhood nnd rudetho crowd wim not extra largo. Tho re- ly snatched her from her doting husband stowed away. Old Orchard is situated on the inner ceipts wero $2u.r)0. After supper those and promising boy. Sho had given her heart to God long before, however, and bend of tho coast, hardly a bay, some t!0 who ilshired engaged in dancing. Col. I). U. Slaughter hnsclosed Green death had no terrors for her, though sho or SO miles beyond Portland, and near it town of several thousand, connected Briar priugs for this season, and has would have liked to havo lived for her with it by electric erd. O. 0. has n moved his family tli the Kennedy prop- husband and child if God had willed it. Mr. Albert Her maiden nann was Suewado Benzley scattered population of several hundred; erty on Stanford street. probably a half dozen largo frame hotels, Skinner, of Bryants ville, is at his sister's, and three sisters, Misses Lucy, Liccie lino beach, much bathing, good fish, Mrs. C. C. McCIure. Miss Susie Martin and Mary Beazley survive her. May tho nnd, to my surprise, ripening poaches. has returned, after a visit to Stanford. family so rudely broken on earth be reTho apples and pour and grayes seemed Mb Llzziu Buchanan, of Knoxville, is united in Heaven, is tho prayer of tho friends of sisters and husband. abundant for a now town, but the prices visiting relatives here. Mis Bettlo Henry, of Lincaster, is PoitTMAN. Squire Matthew Coffey were rather high. Corn in nt tho stores gardens was about three feet high and the guest of Miss Lizio Benzley. R. B. Portman after several weeks' illness, four to eight sUtlki from the simo hill if Smith, editor of the Mt. Vernon Signal, died about midnight, Friday, aged 77. not tho same root' But only haw lit- was iu town Saturday. We do not know Rhniiatismm and heart disease were the tle, save tho convention. Win In bath- what success ho had with his paper, but causes of his death. Squire Portman ing put onco; never visited tho neighbor- ho heat the boys playing chess. Mrs. was born in Casey county July 18, 1815, ing town or went out iuto the country to Mary Morgan, of Toleshurg, will spend n nnd was ono of 10 brothers, all of whom Mrs. Mar- have passed away but William Portman, u few weeks with her mother, tico how it looked back of the pine, garet Gormlfy. who lives in Texas. His early lifo was coast. and birch-claMm. Kittle Farris, of Dtuville, was spent iu merchandizing in Hustonville, d.iy The following programme for one will explain why; At (i:'M a. m , morn- visiting relatives here last week. Mrs. where he whs finite successful. Ho was ing prayer meeting; U a. m., pnnao tneut-ii)- Dr. Scott und hor sou, Thomas ScotP, of married three times, his first wife, a sisof Mrs. Laura ter of Mr. John Blain, living only a l&.TO a. M., preaching by llov. A. I. Somerset, nre guests .Moore. Mr. Tom Middleton and daugh- abort time after giving birth to a Simpson, continued till l'J o'clock; 1 r. si., children's meeting; U i M., addresses ter, Miss Htmna, of Harrodsburg, wero daughter, who became the wifo of G. by Mr. Fuller, of India. Mrs. Baker, of here one day last week. Mr. Newt John- F. Peacock. His second wife was Miss y Chicago, nnd Mr. Helm, continued till son and sister, Mis F.llen, of Mercer Mary ICinbry, a sister of Mr. S. J. and Mrs. Cath Bailey. Two of the m.; 7 i. ., young ladies' meeting, county, are visiting tho family of Dr. J. 6 r. I). Pettus. children of this union nre alive, Mrs. W. und at another place, ministers' meeting; H. Miller and Jos. K. Portman. His 7:IU), evening serviee; addres.M'3 by Uev. Lebanon Letter. third wife was Mrs. Eliza Gentry, who Scotleld, of Texas, and Farr, of N. Y. Lebanon, Aug. 'JO. closed the Training College. These services were Second Annual Exhibition of tho Now was a Miss Lunceford, nnd she with two full of aniens!, hallelujahs!, songs Hting Marion County Stock J'air Association. children, Mrs. Lizzie McAlister and Mrs. over and over, if not Bung with whole- - The exceedingly poli'o secretary, Mr. Robert Fenzel, survive him. After his heartedness, and prayers. The entire T. Horace Cleland, says that the attend marriage to Miss Kmbry ho went to hour, or hour and a half, in the morn- ance was considerably larger than last keeping hotel in Stanford. The building prayer meeting was devoted to pray- year. Thero were probably 5,000 people ing afterwards burnetl and he built the ers, rising from many lips, one after the on the grounds on this, the last day. present Myers House during tho war. He kept it for a nuirber of years and other, before wo left our knees; songs Mr. A. Kverhart Hundley was the sung by all, or as n voluntary, anywhere starter iu all the races this week, and he made much reputation as n landlord. in tho audience that ono was moved by tlid the thing up in the most approved Shortly after tho war he bought a farm tho Holy Spirit, A young colored wo- stylo. Charley Crow tilled the respon- in Garrard and moved to it, remaining man often sung and did so with good sible ponition of one of the timers. The there for a number of years, when he voice, in good tasto and showed in nil race track (half mile) is one of the best again camo to Stanford, where ho followiter conduct wonderful spiritual enlight- - iu the State nnd at n glance it can be ed brick making and contracting for enment, with the negro aptness of ex seen that n horse ought to "get up and homo time and then bought nn interest in the St. Asaph Hotel, which he kept pression. dust" on it. All of tho races this week till this year, when tie sold out to Farris The order of the convention was much wero exciting and tho last ono in tho same as that at Anbury. Testimony which Lady Kuclid nnd Quinine S. were A Hardin, on account of his age and failing health. Ho was a member of meeting?, Bible study, addrecses, ser tho favorites, was particularly to. Tho the Baptist church for years and a conprayer Lady won. mon, occasionally, and much scientious and upright man. Tho funerand praise. These latter elements, with The dinner given by the Lebanon la al procession was ono of the longest ever testimonies, were probably tho most dies i for a reasonable sum) on the seen in Stanford. Rev. A. V. Sizomore, marked feature. grounds, included everything palatable assisted by Rev. W. K. Ellis, held n short Ono morning a lady led the prayer and such n crowd iu n similar dining service at the grave and Buffalo Cememeeting nnd under (iod's hand she held room is seldom seen. As "waiters," or the audience down on knees for more nuything else, tho ladies of this city can tery had another added to its fast inthan half an hour in silent prayer for not bo beaten, especially Mrs. Albert creasing population. Squire Poitman was a man of very every missionrry in the Alliance by Jenkins and her attractive daughter, lino sense and keen appreciation oi huname. It is her custom to do this every Miss Fannie, who wore unusually atten mor. His fund of anecdotes was inextiny in her own closet. No wonder this live tO tho I.N'TKIIIOU Joi'KNAI, U'prCBOU haustible and he was always tho centre pultivntod wifo of n Presbyterian elder tative. He of an admiring crowd of tnlketa. has grace and courago to go down into Mr. Phil Sodun was tho engineer of was a man of liberal views, but when tho dives ami slums of New York evoiy tho excursion train from Lancaster and onco convinced of the justice of n cause fallen women and bring Stanford to week to tho fair and all those who or object, he was invincible iu his opinthem, like the food Samaritan, to her are acciihtomed to traveling over tho L. ion. A long nnd useful career ended "Door of Hope." The writer is greatly A N. know that you "sail" when he is when thu breath left his body and there indebted to her prayors during his hours at tho throttle. I did not hear tho time is general sorrow over the fact that of trial several years since. Backed by made tho day I camo down, lut ho Squire Portman is no more,. husband, sho is seemed to havo a splritunllv-miudcstarted to break his rec work for ord doing n noble and Christ-lik- e MIOOLEBURG, CASEY COUNTY. that day and I believe he did it. of all classes. that Among the innumerable visitors here Theie is not n colored person living Wo nlso had a man of God and ins during tho Fair is tho genial L. 0. Al in this town or closo by. wifo even more full of tho Spirit, and a corn, of Greonsburg. While a resident A misplaced switch on the C. K. fc singer thero with their gospel wagon of Stanford "Wink" was always a favor (111 S. threw No. 7 off Friday and delayed it ite. Of Between b and 7 i Ji wo would coursb this is the case at Greens-bur- tho mail for several hours. up with eingerB nnd workers and go and will bo wherever is his nbld-iu- g -- f A protracted meeting is in progdown to tho beach and preach place. ress at Mt. Olive under management of then sing the Hweet gospel Bto-rBormons, Palmer, tho 'Jyoar-ol- d On Time stal- Bro. Ballou mid other ministers of Somand tlion have hand to hand work in lion of A. K. Hundley, has been shown tho largo crowd that gathered around Kl times nnd wore IU blues, several of erset. Supt. Hoskins was around this week from tho beach in tho cool of tho even- which he found in tho Bweepstako ring. iu the interest of the schools and urging ing. This is going nut and compelling Kverhart'fl Kllen Owsley has worn 0 the people to attend the institute to bo them to come in, nnd reaches many In out of 0 chnnces. She is n yearling by held next eok at Liberty. cities not otherwise reached. Bed Squirrel nnd has n bright future. All those who left here for tho stavo B. Uki.m. Tho large number of Lincoln and Boyle contract of Coulter & Wilcher in Lee Wk nre bound to rejoice in Miko gentlemen who left their wives at home county, have returned homo except Saufley's triumph. Wo remember him and cauio to the fair havo been swing- John Coulter, tho head book keeper. in the old days at tho University when ing the best looking young ladies right Declaration or Nomination. he used to chop logic all day in Prof. nnd left, f presume and assert that is Tho democratic committee of the loth Pinkorton's class nnd dream all night of whit they call making hay while tho judicial district met at Danville, August J. F. W. nothing but the major and minor prem- sun shines. U7th, 1892, and after a count of tho vote ise. He is iu every respect thoroughly A Cynthiana girl breaks the record cast at the primary election held August filled for the olllce to which he aspires, on the mother question, far as we --'0, 1S92, M. 0. Saulloy was declarod tho and he will be overwhelmingly elected. have heard. She has had bo a mother, an nominoo of the democratic party for cir It was tho people to whom ho presented adopted niothor, a an cuit iudtre and J. S. Owsley, Jr., tho his claims this time, and not the politicadopted and sixgrandmoth nominee for Commonwealth's attorney, al trickster who robbod him of a seat on era. All sho needs now to make her thoy having received tho largest num tho Superior Court bench. Mike, we joys completo is a mother And ber of voteB cast. Sauiley'a total vote in dofLoiir hat and make you our prettiest as our informant says that the young tho district was 2,370, Noel's 885, Breck- bo& Richmond Register. lady of many mothers is young, pretty inridge 737 and Owsley 3,5tx. a meot- - aud has money, she will doubtless havo By order of the committee. Chairman Carroll baa called Hint crowning joy e're long. Bourbon G. D. Maiiax, Ch'n. ino? of the DoraocraticStato Central Com News. J. B. Taxton, So'y. to bo held in Louisville Sept. 1. mittee post-mortem s, state-room- 1 ma-pl- d Km-br- To-da- y to-da- y, Tho week just closed has truly been a gala one in London und thn lovers of gaiety are indeed sorry that it is numJ. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. bered with the tilings that were. In the first place it was fair week and an 1892. immense crowd wjs present. Secondly, it was the week for tho formal opening of the Catching Hotel, and lastly, it was Full corps r.fConservatory ami Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music and An Excellent boarding department Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. tho week when each Lontlonite vied with thf other to mako it pleasant for the strnnirer w ho was in their gates. Tlie fair was f success and from the large crowds in attendance each f'uy it finanmust have been a decided Ftico-sB. E. A. IK., cially. The much were well filled and most of the irors mid running races wero well contested. Bob Jackson's Boys prepared for Freshman and Sophomore classes in College at fine stallion, Randall, won two races, as less than one-fiftexpense of sending to school away from home. did his fluethoroughbtcd, Polly Hughes. Discipline strict but not severe. Those entering are enrolled for five Mr. Jackson is his own driver and jockNo deductions except in cases of protracted sickness. ey and proved himself a man of many months. TERMS (For five months, payable in advance.) patts. George S. Carpenter, of Stanford, took the blue tie in the roadster Primary Department $12 50 ring with one of his line gray horses. , Intermediate 50 The opening of the Catching Hotel Classical 22 50 on Thursday night wns a grand atlnir indeed and will live long in tho memory of those who attended. The commodious dining room wns converted into a ball room and until three' o'clock Friday morning it wns a scene of merriDANVILLE, KENTUCKY. ment not frequently witnessed. The THE NEXT SESSION OF THIS INSTITUTION BEGINS SEPTEMBER 14, 1892, Italian hand from Rockcastle Springs the music, which was a feat- With n f.ill course of study, both Knglnh and Classical. Whllo the couno ct Instruction is especially furnished to prepare young men for the Freshman Class, it Is the same ure of the evening. Along about mid- tidaptedEnglish education to any who desire It. In connection Intended atAcademy, time to furnish a liberal with the night a delightful lunch was served A which was liberally partaken of by the Has been established In the Home and under the personal control of the Principal happy young folks. Regular study hours under the supervision of Principal and assistants nnd is an ornament to tian home are combined with the best educational advantages. the restraints and government of ChrisThe Catching Hotel the lor lurther particulars in regard to board, tuition, etc , address London aud it would be to a town five times its size. It is n handsome three-- , JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danville, Ky. story brick with granite trimmings and modern in every particular. It is supplied with water throughout by nn immense tank on top nnd is lighted with gas made especially for the hotel. It ia a daisy sure enough and tho fare is ono of the many big features. On Friday night Mr. and Mrs. John Pearl entertained in honor of Misses Lucille Joplin, of Mt. Vernon, and Bessie Adams, of Paint Lick. That occasion also proved a delightful affair nnd tint crtntl tin fnrnntfitfl liv tlincA ulin were fortunate enough to bo present, i and for Mrs. Pearl very thoughtfully prepared a nice supper consisting of ices aud sub"CMtorlsdasowelladaiHcdtochlldrenthat I Caatnrl cures Colic, Oonxtlp&Uon, stantial and it ia needless to eny that I recommend I to mo." II. A. Ar.ciirn, M. D., portion, full justice was done it. I Without Injurious medication. 111 So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. Y. London is still building and is forging Tn Ccrricn Coupikt, 77 Murray Street, K. Y. to the front nt a lively speed. It has more substantial business houses than any town of its size in my knowledgo nnd is not behind in handsome nnd comfortable homes. At present it looks aa if her prospect is most flattering nnd would be a good place to invest a little surplus in real estate. From London I went to Corbin, Men's medium and light weight which is itself a town of no email importance. The carpenter's hammer can be heard on all hands and I was at the advancement made since I was thero some five months ago. Worth Irom S5 to $16 per suit. Nice line cheap pants worth from I also visited Pittsburg, East Bern-sta- dt $1.25 to Si. 75. A few more pairs of Ladies' Shoes in broken sizes. aud Altamont and while those places are holding their own fairly well, All the above goods must be closed out regardless of cost; so call and not much cau bo said of their improve- examine goods and get prices. Full line Fruit Jars in stock. ment. They aro good mining towns, d of the however, nnd many n black diamond is shipped daily. E. C. W. ' Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 6tli, , Stanford Male Academy JOHNSON, h s Pall Principal. Session Opens Tuesday, Sept. 6, 1892. j Centre College Academy, Home Boarding and Training Department l Infants Children. $h$vot TIE! MUST GO. Bur-pris- SUITS, Ky. car-loa- W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchards HUBBLE. ( Delayed letter.) res-cu- e d (Late Alexander's Hotel.) tion of hid dwelling. have brought tho greenGood rains ness that beautifies our laud again. Rates $2.50 Per Day. James Kogera is building a houeo on tho land he bought of James Pollarn Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-Housand will occupy it next year. ZjOUisvillc, Dr. Lewis" reports three of Frank Hlnnk's family sick of fever. Mies EiHe : W. R. LOGAN, A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, . Miller is visiting friends at Hustonville. Manager. J. J. Marshall, clerks. This is institute week and wo have Our teacher, Miss Helen no hchool. Thurmond, seems to bo pleasing all so e, J. W. Bright has begun tho founda- THE WILLARD. JDAMMBi THE JEWELER, ii g y step-moth- er, step-moth- in-la- S. M. Owens aud Dr. Ij. B. Cook, of Stanford, gave us a pleasant business call Wednesday and bought some cattle aud sheep of Thomas Woods. Mr. Samuel T. Harris cave us a pleasant call last Sunday. Mrs. 0. H. Harris has rented her land to two Anderson boys from Pulaski county for the next year. The feather renovators moved from Lancaster to Junction City this week. They wero at Lancaster about one month and worked 1,103 beds averaging 2;J pounds at 5 cents. James Wijinot hail a fine mule belonging to Alex ttobinbon to step on a short scantling in tho stable anil ono end Hying up entered it near the flank, letting Its bowels out and 10 kill it was tho only remedy.. --The protracted meeting announced to begin at Bright's school house on the oOth of August, has been postpoued till tho 3d Saturday night in Sept. on account of Bro. Montgomery being called West. Bro. Taylor, of Wayne county, will assist him. Daniel East has started his saw mill again and will move to Garrard in a short time John Kngleman has hired to Mrs. Lovi Hubble for two months at $23 per month to attend to the farm and stock till tho sain. Miss Ethel Tnornton, of Bradfordsville, is visiting Miss Fannie Swope. Wo are glad to note more subscribers for the I. J. at this office. G. A. Swinebroad has retumctl from far. c. . powrsut. DEALER IN General -:- - Merchandise. Articles to Suit the Most Fastidious. A complete line of Anil Country Produce, Watches, Clocks Um opciu-- his stock of goods and Is ready to serve the peoplu of Stanford aud lcinlty, He Is offering unheard of Marsalas and all who want couds at tho lowest possible prices should him on I.ogan Avenue, near Lancaster pike. TAKE THE r Jewelry And SILVERWARE. Complicated Watch Repairs and Artistic Engraving a Specialty. All eoods sold engraved tree of charge. patronage respectfully solicited. D ) toots VIUC NtWl8Ar chicaso RugF" THE WORLD'S FAIR MiiJIM! TO, (DIKIfCAG, And US a a ryrTnwwnnCTE?-- 1 Dealer In pors ! Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Confectioneries, Ac. s baVer and can lurnish Has with him a 07 read, Cakes anu ine nae on uuii uumc first-clas- WEST ,And., NHTM-W3S- T. Finest and best Vestibnled Buffet Sleeping Cart and Parlor Cars on all trains. No change of cars, best accommodations, quick 1st time and lowest rate". For Information address IAS. BARKER. G P. A Chicago. . H G. CRUSH, D, P. A., Louisville, Tennessee Hotel Belmont, at Asheville, X. C, that cost (50,000, was burned. Guests lost properly to the amount of $23,000. Office over Severance & Son's Store, Main street, Stanford, otRj A. S. PRICE, SURGEON DENTIST. !.: !fc&2 SS--- A iJ. ji im. - . 1 Jlfcg . I -- tf .TV. - wjumm m ?n T" FSfCSfSFVwss Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal NEWSY NOTES. for and extended visit to Howard Minn. Lake, EV B STANIOKD, KY., To have jour photographs taken. Ho keep up CARRARD COUNTY. LANCASTER, with all tho feet from a balloon trapeze, at Detroit, House, Sign, Decorativo Painter Ky., - August 30, 1892 and was instantly killed. Stanford, Dr. Talinaire. it seoms. has been and Paper Hanger. II. L. Williams fell 500 feet from n feasted by the Czar uud speaks loudly in Estimates furnished. Ami will trWnvmi criod satisfaction. Country work solicited. r A J KAWI' si.nfnr.l balloon at Staunton, Va., and strange to commendation of the Autocrat of Rusm the sia. It was a great condeseusiou say was not fatally hurt. I3. Czar to shake Hands with ttiu great cleriin cal wind-mil- l Tho Metropolitan Opcra-houeof the lDth ceutury aud Now York, was almost ruined by fire. the doctor will loubtless nover cease to uietn-ber- s The promised address by certain We des'ro to sell our I arm near McKinnc), admire the great ruler who deigned to LOCUST GROVE SUCK Tho estimated loss is $400,000. of tho Legislature was issued Saturgrasp his republican paw and give him a Green Kennedy was killed and Hol: xoo : day and purports to be an argument ly Meaux badly hurt by an engine at square meat. Lincoln Circuit Court In the absenco of Judge Morrow, against the governor's position thnUnc Lawrenceburg. Both negroes. Well Improved, 45 acre lo go In wheat. It has a Etally II. Joiien, Ac, PkiintilT, Hon. John W. Yerkes, of D.tuvillo, preSure In Kqulty. jSo. i dwelling on It, Koo.l barn, Ihijkv homo, ice . cording to the constitution n bill must W. W. Blackwell, of Henderson, sided over the (jarranl circuit court durhoue. cabins In yanl, two wellt, fine sprinr and Joe C. Jonea, Ac , DrfU. receive a majority on its final passage, to Ky was elected Supremo Chancellor of ing tho closing days of tho present ttrui. home, large pond, Ac. All imdwl good jprme ( fence allou or ailtlres Ily virtue of a judgment of I be Lincoln Circuit make it a law that will run the gamut of tho Supremo Lodge Knights of Pythias. His courtesy to tliu members of tho bar Court rcndired ill the ahot Hi y led rate at the J M. IIROW'N.V WIKK, together with his ubility Was the telegram received at the 5Mw courts. It is couched in respectful term, isgi, I will on the Near McKlnney, Ky Governor Brown has pardoned the mid litigants, language, but the pleadings are so en- directors of tho Nicholasville fair for per- uud prouiptnebs in deciding all quesWednesday, Sopt, SI, 1802, presented, won for Hi in tirely ex parte that the position it takes mitting gambling on their grounds last tions tliat were the commendation of all who hud busiAt 11 ' torW n m or thereabout, o n th premise, will not fool oven the wayfaring man, year. Jell nl imioi- - am tion to tha high rot hlddr the ness in the court. lollowing tletiribcd property, to wit for the Louisville, is Miss Leila Bryant, of who was silly enough to vote Monroe Daniels' skull was crushed new constitution in the hope that legis like an eggshell by a board Hying frqm visiting Miss Kato Waideii. Mies RobA Blue-Gras- s Farm of 449 Acres, of Elizabethtowu, is tho guest of lators and officers were to bo governed the saw at Morris Mill in Marion coun- inson,Ellon Owsley. Mrs. George Bruce Hood and u l'olea, On Misa Oct. 15, 1892, Situated on the watennf the Ilaticlr.c Fork, about ty. by it. Howard, uro spending Hits And pursuant lo a decree of the incpln Circuit I'jBiileiwrtt olStanfonlon the Shelby City ptkc Dennisj Blackwell was taken from and sou, week with .Mrs. Mary Royetou. Miss lonrt, the fine blcnk ratmof It R Gentry, Ue Hiidand 4i1j.!im Iho landi of It A l.aeley, Jo ceated, will ho 10I1I an the premises at public auc Mc Aliil.T, Wm llurton, Lnwton amlotheri and m A writeh at Middlesboro thinks there tho jail by a mob at Alamo, Term., and Amanda Anderson leaves iu September tion to ithr- hlRlictl bidder mis farm ii on the the Lewis II. Jonea (aim Tor furthor dm lip are really good grounds for the hope that hanged for attempting rape on a young to take charge of the Loudon Academy. Rmh llraucn turnpike uud, about Jk mile from turn and metes and bounds, tho pleadings and title Mws Bebsio Webb, of Danville, wiio Stanford, n well watered, splendidly fenced ami pa(xrs heroin are referred to. elected to Congress in lady. a democrat can be Which meant that our immense bald farm Is well rnpred with good dwelling was the guest ol Miss Sue lierriug, has hmiie, barns and other outbuildings; has an 11th this fall, but we fear he Mrs. Malinda Crump was sentenced tho bloody returned home. Miss Kato Mcbratli, shipment of abundance of water for all urrw and Is suitable 305 is too sanguine. His reason for the hope at Greenup to serve seven years In tho of Brvantsville, is visiting Misa Jennie tor growing heuip, corn, tobacco, wheat and small Of fine land, with jrood residence, barn grains ami is within him is that Wilson only beat the penitentiary for the murder of her hus- Buruside. Mrs. Cottou, of .Missouri, is and liable tHrreon Motl of tho farm u now in all fertile Illueone of the bent Infarms in the cOHHtr, Gnus land. a high state of culHIho Crass This farm will first h nffert.l f, yisiting her sister, Mrs. Susan Price. Mr. .!. tivation ano Is h No Stuck rarm democratic can Jidate in 1S90 3,lo0 votes band. in three separate tract and then at a hli, and nid Farm is susceptible visiting and Woods' plurality last year in tho umyi.r iihi oiu ac.epiel ttMctl amounts to tracts, one y Acres and theofdivislsn Into two J. R. Morton was hung at Camden, Tom Herring and family nro Dnnlup, iu of Master Geo. mn mci, aim win ue miu in cicillta ei i j and S Acres, each tract froanng on other of about ao the turnpike road was 2,600. A bitter war is being N. J., Friday. The doomed man stood Uustonville. district nmnthi. Said Harm will first be Camp Nelson, is vfsitiiig his grand lathIn parcels m IYie!len for trading pnrpnct will he Birea almve and the as a wholeoffered andtwo offer realwaged between Wilson and Colson, with the ordeal bravely, but tho sheriff faintthe Little Bob er, Gen. W. J. Laudram. tn and alter daj of ial and full pcsietatoii Janua- time the mutt money will tnnt, be declared. strong indications that it cannot be ed from excitement. ry I, iRgj Moore, of Bryantsvilie, is visiting his bald sale will I made on a ciedlt of o, i and i for further information addre at Munfnrd or months. In equal IniUllmcnts llonds required of healed. A good democrit, ho thinks, After an unsuccessful attempt to poi sister, Mrs. Geo. Lawson. Mrt. D. M. K K A J HfiKN'lKY. cHoo the ptirchawrs, bearing 6 per cent. Interest from Mill V McRoheru, p day ol sale until paid, with wood personal security with taking qualities, can with a little son her husband, Ella Shinglodecker, of Lackey has returned from Louisville. 5,.tJ and having the force and effect of a Judgment, a The bravo soldiers who are engaged campaign funds redeem the district. So Bourbon, Ind., drove nails in his ears. lien also retained on the land tilt all tha puixbita iu the business of killing the strikers in money Is paid. , Pennsylvania aud Tennes-uc- o mote it. She is under arrest. New York-Said sale win be made fr a division oftbt proANDI-BEER- . At Augusta, Ga., fire destroyed sevceeds among the heiis uf 1. K. Jone, deed for assisting in aro entitled to credit (J M DAVISON, Toe switchmen were so angry with eral business houses, including the office the enorceuient of tho laws, but it is I will delitcr lcectry morning In fumillc m Mailer Com'r !.if-oiCircuit Court Stanford and vicinity nt 5" leHK pr i, pmtadi; Master Workman Sweeney for declaring of the Chronicle newspaper. Loss S 100,- - not likely that they will receive any tyrvitoioo pounda at the rate ol ' centt, at4 or For CinfitruMtlon call on of address J O.K II. bravery, unless they a mob 000; medals lor their thestriko at Buffalo off that Under w pohihU at thr rate of n centi J. Jones. Stanford. Kr. XD- insurance $300,000. I call ipoclal get Uieiu from Carnegie, Fnck, Depew attention to the John llrenHrr at P S At (lie sale of the above farm we. will sell gathered around him aud ono of the public auction all the Stk, Cro Mrpwin C and farm- B. Houser in Pulaski and the rest of the millionaires whose Sam Erp killed Celebrate! I X. I., fleer, for which J.I). JON KM. laiuarent. Will fjiuUh in eithc keK or bollle. ing uieHMi.ua taw i arm. men struck him several Bavage blows, and then tried tocut his own throat with avarice has been the chief cause of the K H.JONI.i. rite for prices. breaking his nose and o'henvise injur- a butcher knife, but failed to produce trouble ami bloodshed. Tho laborer J C.JONKS itf IIKKMKK, Stanford, Ky has as clear a right and one far more ing him. They claim that he was bribed death. Both were drunk. valuable to tho Mate, to better his conby tho railroad companies to issue the F-.LA dispatch from Middlesboro says dition by his skill and industry, as the what orders he did. This shows to X. Ed Ross shot and killed Abo Thurston at capitalists can plead for protection iu length the desperate strikers will go. a negro dance. Both were drunk and the enjoyment ol his property. If the pretended statesmen wlio are in charf Most of them aro out of jobs now, as tho dispute arose over a woman. of our public affairs would give as much railroad companies decline to rehire the Bicyclist P. J. Berlo rode two miles conflict between capital them and in desperation they are catch- on Hampden Park, Springfield, Mas3., in attention to the are giving to keeping and labor as they ing to any kind of a pretext to cover 4:4.3 3, breaking the world's record of theuiBolves in office, tuey would be dotheir own foolish behavior. ing something more worthy ol th-- ap 4:48 made by Taylor last fall. probation of tne public. Hon. W. O. P. Breckinridge has A Louisville, M. D., expresses tho The alarming spread of cholera has That our New York buyer had been declared the democratic nominee opinion that cholera is liable to break awakened the U. S. authorities to tho for Congress in the 7th district, no op- out at any time aud any place, in tnat bought, of which mention was importance of adopting a most thorough being transmitted from poiut to point as ponent having announced himself. system of quarantine. It is very unforby Dr. MeOlellau made a few weeks ago in this valCol. W. A. Taylor, democratic can- is gouerally believed others who have of the U. s. Army and tunate for the Americans who have been These goods were of Ohio, thoroughly investigated tuehuiject. The uable paper. traveling in Europe. They can't come didate for secretary of Statu claims that the Statu will go democratic last time the disease was in this coun- boujrht from the manufacturer for For the Kill season and all the new things. home and if they stay there thoy will try it was brought to Lancaster from a iu the fall by a plurality of at least die, a position very similar to being on town in Tennessee, where the disease that narrow strip between hell and the The rope broke tho firbt time the was prevailing, by a man named Ben-Iawho died within a few dnya after iron works sheriff attempted to hang Edwin Green, his arrival. Somo 30 cases or more folat Blue Ridge. Ga., and he fell to the of which provThe report that Hon. John W. Yerkes ground. The second trial broke his lowed, some every case was distinct.y ed fatal and and try will shy his castor into the ring New Ginghams, Pcnangs, Prints, &c. traceable back to Beu a'i. No cna had neck. to bo electe 1 circuit judge over the dem After being in a deadlock for 48 tbo disease who had not been as.o.-iatiThe largest and handsomest line of Hambtirgs, Turchon and Linen ocratic nominee, Judge Saufley, seems hours, the Democratic Congressional in some way with some other person lodgings we have ever shown. to bo without foundation. Mr. Yerkes Convention of the 12th Texas district, who had been about those who were with it. Tho introduction of is too smart a man to thus defy the jug- Saturday night, nominated Tom Paschal stricken tho disease at New Orleaus; its progress A Large stock of Emerson's Men's Shoes, acknowledged the best. gernaut and be ground to powder. Capt. for Congress. And bought for our own price, up the Mississippi by boat and ran; its willing Wm. Herndon is the only man The Vice Consul Gene.al at Teher distribution thioagnout tie country and we intend to give the people to become a sacrifice aud he will be an telegraphs that the estimated deaths along the public routes of travel are punuc aim it well known to beaten even easier than rolling off a iu Persia from cholera aro 33,000; 5,000 doubtful whetherthe case occurred is of Lincoln county and vicinity an in any to buy their Fall log. in Meshed; 12,000 in Tabritz; 8,000 in Te- which the patient had not been either opportunity immediate presence of the disease goods at prices never before heard in the There is hopo for the country yet. Mr. heran and 10,000 in other places. had been preThere is something in a name. Five or in some place where it Watterson has at last acknowledged vailing. If decayed vegetation or filth of. This shipment includes all the Water-tow- n, of any kind was likely to produce cholthat he is not infallible. He said the inches of rain poured down on N. Y., last Thursday, while up in era, why is it that the disease is not other day: "The political situation in making its appearance? There New York surprises me. Two months Carter county, Ky., there isn't a drop of constantly safe way to avoid the disis ouly one Lou. Times. for Cleve- water in ago I believed it impossible is to prevent its introducand Onyx of the finest quality tins been ease into that ports; or if thai cannot be land to cany the State. I am almost our tion quite as well convinced now that ho will uncovered at Middlesboro. Tho area of done to shut it up to tho smallest possithe quarry is about 300 acres and u com- ble compass aud keep away from it. carry it." About noon Saturday a message pany nfter a thorough investigation, has of the leaders of the Coal determined to erect works and develop was received from Paint Lick stating Several that a bloody fight had taken place there Creek mob find themselves in' a pretty it. Humphrey Beet was killed. The probable suicide of Mrs. Rose in whichparty who went to tho scene of bad fix. They aro iu jail without bail From a and many who could get out if they Templin, at St. Louis, has led to the dis- tho battle we gather the following: Some could give bail, find it hard work to get covery that stie was driven to it by her time ago Best had some troublo with of Madison county, at Call and secure Uargains. bondsmen. It is a serious thing to inhuman husband, who confined her in John Campbell, Lick. Since that timo the mill at Paint one's hands in this a madhouse and debauched their eldest there has been a bitter feeling existing take the law into POST-OFFIC- E daughter. country. between the parties, though they never t The members of the General Assemnfter wards until la6t Saturday morn- In Men's, Hoys' and Children's Speaker Moorb has an ambition to bly opposing concurrence in the gover- met at McKnight's store in Paint Lick. ing A. C. SINE J. N.MKNKrKB r Reed iu his rulings and tyran-ica- l nor's vetoes are discussing the feasibility Best spoke to Campbell, who refused to ways. His latest effort is to rule in of calling a democratic caucus to deter- notice him, and as one witness says, if you don't speak a most unparliamentary fashion and mine whether or not the vetoes shall he Best remarked, "Well, the firing comto me, all right," anil then forbid an appeal on it. Moore sustained. menced. No one seems to know who X'roprlctoi'H ought to go and bathe his throbbing fired the first shot. About ten or 12 in Mississippi, where A judge ico water, It is getting too large shots were exchanged. One ball, a 4o, brow in screens are not permitted over doors struck Best and passing through his for his hat. All the latest styles in and windows of saloons, has decided heart, struck a young boy named Holthat it is an indictable offense for a man land, killing him instantly, but Best The attorney general having decided emptied his revolver before falling dead. that the law authorizes the audidor to to hide behind an umbrella while taking Oamnboll was shot through the right pay his agents and that he should con- a drink in a saloon. lung with a 3S ball and has some chanco J Ofllcc Tho Associated Press dispatches for recovery, miring tne snooting anpay them, it is hoped that the tinue to from London state that thore is no other boy named Hammond was struck Legislature will have sense enough to doubt that cholera has appeared in by a bullet, which went through his pass a bill that will stop this tremendous England. Two passengers who arrived shoulder. Both boys were bystanders leak to the treasury. at Gravi'send from Hamburg were taken and had nothing whatever to do with sick. Tho doctors pronounced their the fight. Will Best, a brother of HumThe Hopkinsville New Era celebrated malady cholera. Additional cases aro phrey, was present, but was unarmed the opening of the 0. & If. railroad to its reported from Hamburg aud Havre and and took no part in tho fight. It is said dispase has also appeared in that Humphrey was uuder the influence city by issuing a double number that is the dread Wittenberg. Consisting of Serges, Whip Cords, Berlin and of liquor and had been all morning. a credit both to tho editorial and meHumphioy Best was about 25 years of Henriettas and Cashmeres, in all chanical departments of the paper. It is Willow Grove, Boyle County. ago and leaves a young wife and baby. wool and half wool. Is Receiving His liberally illustrated and a fine edition in One night last week while W. T. Ho had been in a great deal of trouble Ward was away from home some dogs and his face was a very familiar one in way. every Shortly after his fathmadu a raid on his sheep and killed two the commenced drinking and The Covington Record seutentiously fine ones before Mr. Gentry and his er's death hewhen under the influence of had workmen, who live near, were awaken-- was a terror Hnmphrey is dead iiow remarks: If tho Courier-JournGoods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give mc call. 1 by the noise. They immediately ran livuor. But been as sorry before as it is after the over and succeeded in killing tho dogs, and his faults can bo buried with him. adoption of the constitution, and had and were surprised to seo Boino buiL'lars Colored Teachers' Institute. kept its sorry well in hand, perhaps it 4 unning away from Mr. Ward's house. Tnoy irou opened me smuters and gone The colored teachers of Lincoln, Garas it is. wouldn't bo as sorry in, but were frightened away by the fir- rard and Boyle met in Institute hero is telegraphed from Springfield that ing of tho guns before any depredations yesterday, and were called to order by It were made. L. C. Boaley leaves TuesW. F. McClary, who after calling tho republicans have decided not to pit day for Campbollsville, whero he will Sunt. the roll, introduced Prof. O. O. Monroe a. candidate against McCreary. Thoy take charge of a select school. Leslie is as conductor. But little was done be- At prices that will make them go, had just as well not. No republican will quite a promising young man and we yond organizing. Lincoln county teach- and everything in Calicoes, GingAnfollows: his work. him much success ever beat tho governor in this dis- wish Jennie Carpenter, withHustohville, ers were present as D. Tardifl, Miss Miss hams and Cotton. Perfectly rafe, economical, no smoke, no ashes, no soot; cook in halt Jr., of Mrs. nie H. Cook, Wm. trict. and Miss Jennie King, of Winchester, Mollie Butcher, MIbs Tleasio O. Ilayiies, task made easy. If you the time. The housekeepers Wait for these bargains. who visited Mrs. J. H. Swopo last week, G. K. Jones, It. O. Durham, Miss Ida B. The London Echo has declared for have returned to thor homes. Mis3 Sal-li- e Pennington, Miss Lena M. Salter, Miss wish to Mock, of Lexington, is with the Annie B. Whitley, Misa Fannie B. Parr, Col. Silas Adams for Congress. That Lookout for next week's ad- settles it. "Walk up, colonel, and be Misses Pipes this week. Miss Dovye Isaac Fiaher. Mrs. M. M. Hichardeon, Ross. Talbott, Lawrence and Katie Park and Miss Mary Young, J. vertisement. sworn into office. Harry Higgins, who have been visiting Boyle County: J. K. Trice, h. B. 13uy her a Gasoline Stove at at Dr. T. M. Lewis', Sun OheathRm. Jr., Prof. J. W. Bates, Miss John M. Burke, of Boise, Idaho, has day. John Waters, returned home quite Sarah F. Burton, II. G. Owsley. who has been been nominated bv the democrats for ill for several weeks, is now convalescNo Garrard teachers answered to their Stanford, Ky. Manager. ent. Miss Ianthe Snow left Thursday names. governor. Gertie Carmo. an aeronaut, fell 300 WILL T. Z.. . XT S T I IT , Go to Earp's Art Gallery 41 Iciest Improvements, OJ-l- W. WALTON. o flHflffi THIS WEEK, jr - Good Farm For Sal. Acres, Commissioner's Sale 1 1 Containing FM Oi-lot- Pine Stock Farm For Sale. Saturday, - Louisville Store 1 1 Contains about lltue-C.r- Acres , 1 ! Clothing ( ICE u 2-- STOCK WE PIAVE RECEIVED -- nir J 4-- 3 First Shipment Dress Coods 20,-00- 0. n, two-third- s SPOT COME d CASH AID SEE & jjWebanci mm. Hell-for-Sarti- n. All The KSflQtffp B,33Al OP iBrl fcTf LBJcRGBERTZ, DRUGGIST, Drugs, New Styles Toilet Articles, School Books and Stanford BOOM. V out-Cza- oUIT DRESS 9 SINE & MENEFEE. of The and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. H.6.RUPLEY,-e- - STANFORD LUMBER YARD, GOODS jtmitmWlMMA court-hous- al e to-d- ay Boots, Shoes, GASOLINE COOK : STOVE long-dreade- d Keep a Smile on Your Wife's Pace, B. Z. & W. H. WEAREN'S. A. HAYS, U fciiAW1jb'iijBfl(yifeita vSajt;: ajji ? .ifSjSL Aj Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Auoust JiO. el Grocery. Btanfoiid, Ky., 1892 u.o.WAbTON,Bus. Manager PERSONAL POINTS. John S. Wills went toKichmomlyes lerday. Ml!8. FaN.NMK UoLtlHIlMAN ia quitO ill of fover. Mil. J. 11. Owhnci, of IlnrrodsburK. w8 in town yesterday. Kiev. Tiios. 1. Duiilky, Jit., is 'hero on hm way to tlio association. Miss Kihe nuitrtKrr, of Wloehuster, Is viBititiK the Misses UniiKliiiiun. Miss Hallik Dudley, of Kiehinond, is to-da- y Hub-sellvill- o tho Riii'st of Miss Annlo Jnmiw. for Manlky Tyhkk leaves to enter Uethel Collide. Miss Ida Howell, of Cumborlnud Gap, is visiting the Misses Strauli. Mb. IJutlkii Knhlkman and family, of Paint Lick, were visiting relatives hero. Allik Loo an, of Knnsns City, is visit-In- n his parents, Dr. and Mrs. l W. Lo Knn' Mus. Julian Viwt and son arrived from Kerry .Saturday and thu captain is happy (igniti. Mus. S. 0. Tuukiieaut left Saturday to visit several points before roIiik buck to Millersburtf College. Miss Hazel, of Cincinnati, are visiting' Mrs. M. J. Withers. Miis. M. I). KoniNso.v, who has been the p.uest of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Miis'Mahy Withers and daughter, f f Tribble, has returned to Horndon. Mh. A. Hays liasKono to I'hiladelplila rlter moreKOods and Mr. M. Salinger Is hero helping them dispose of those on hand. is here Kkv. Geo. Hunt, of meeting of thu imsocin. en route to the tion. HisBon, H. Clay Hunt, is also in town. Miss Ijduisu Kailky i back from a visit to Mis Kniina Garrard. t Shu took in the London fair and hop on her return. Mils. S. Ii. Waiinxii, Mrs. W. It Lamb atid Miss Mary Daviess Uudderar went to Lancaster yesterday to tpond a week with relatives. Tiik sad news comes from Kiehinond that Hou. Durrutt W. Tribblo is stiller-iiifrom a cancer on the nrwo and that his friends tiro much alarmed. MiuO. (?. KitKBSB, who ling been in business at Somerset, is hero for n with friends. Ho has not decided fully as to n permanent location. Mit. W. Koyston, of Garr.ird, was down n fow days tiRO and took Mrs. Geo. H. McKinuey home with him tospend a few weeks with her daughter. fiv. Kahle. of Arkansas, who mar ried Miss Oldham, of Madison, is very ill of dysentery at the home ot his Wm. Doty, at Kiehinond. Hahvey Helm, Khu., is back from a tour of Kansas, pretty well Fatisiled that ho won't swop his birthright for the kind of pottage ollered in that country. Miw. T. J. Fosteii, Mrs. J. K. FoBtor and children, and Arithma and Foster McAlister went over Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Tom Metealf in Jessa-tnin- e. plo-uanK few-day- s FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Jesse D. Wkahen has everything you want in tho greatest abundnnco and at Seed Kye for sale. W. L. Dawson, cheapest prices. Stanford. Omvbk plows and Dick'p feed cutters s nt J. B. Foflter's. J. B. Foster receipted in full to the Wm.Wanted. Four veal calves atonco. In the bosom of Kentucky, It is not a great metropolis, Morelaud. insurance companies for$ 1,750. His polCol, Underwood sold to Robinson, Far from the deep blue sea, It's not a mushroom town, IIkmemiibk your account Is duo. 1'lunso icies called for 55,000. Garrard, 7 fat heifers at 2jc. call and settle. W. 11. McHoberta. a little city There stands It supplies the wants of people A very fine article of seed wheat for Kkmemiier tho sale of Locust Grovo For many miles around. It's the home of you and mc. To Loan. f 1,000 on real estate securi- Stock Farm on Wednesday, Sept. 21st. nnle. Sfunfnnl UiMur Mill Hn ty. Address Box 10, Lancaster, Ky. Nancy Hanks traveled 11 J feet per J. D It II. and J. O. Jones. second in her record breaking trot. Zimmeu is headquarters for fruits, Tin: McKlnnoy baBo ball club went to Foil Salk. Twelve Southdown both foreign and domestic. Call and Somerset loat week and got whitewashed, bucks. Call on J. It Bruce, Stanford. see him. A. J. Thompson sold to Prowitt & Can supply you with anything in the Grocery, Glassware or Tinware tho score standing 10 to 0 against them. 9 line. Wood, of Koyle, 74 hog weighing 230 I have only a fow Koods left and nm It continues very dry and hot, tho' pounds at cents. determined to close them out at once. tho signal service odors somo consolaT. H. Shelby sold his farm 12 miles Seo stock and get prices. J. K. Foster. tion in showers and cooler weather to- from Lexington and inaccessible, at day. SS7.f0. It contained 000 acres. Don't bo surprised if water and elecMr. Roy S. Beazley is trnining for tric lights are both turned on this week. public school, Prof. C. 11. Holinee, The There is a lion on and something !b principal, and Miss Cettio Thurmond, .Air. G. C. Lyon, this fall, who has about likoly to occur nt any time. assistant, opened yesterday with uo 15 young horses by such sires "ns O. F Clay, Gambetta Wilkes ami Jiuthurst 8cholars. Dit. Kp.id took u tape worm 22J feet to handle. IlKMKMiiEii that Jesse Thompson has long, Saturday, from n man in town who D. C. Tcrhuno has bought 51 first New Flannels, new Cloths, new Hcntiettas, new Silks for Waists, in connection class mare doesn't care to seo his name in connec- fitted up a nice bath-roomule colts at an nverago of new Augora Suitings, new Storm Serges, new changeable Suitings with Iiis shop and as soon as tho water fG2.15. Sold to Weil & Kro., of Loxlng-ton- , tion witli tills paragraph. and Silks, new Shoes, new Hosiery, new Towels, new Table Linens, is turned on will bo able to servo you. for Oct. delivery, 18 plain I am compelled now to call on nil insteers at 2 00 to 2. Harrodaburg Dem- new Gloves, new Laces, new Handkerchiefs, everything new and all debted to mo for a settlement. Please Mns. N. A. Tyube's, residence seems bought call nt basemont of Soverauco A. Son's destined to burn. It caught tiro ngain ocrat. Sold 100 head of common sheep and pay mo. J. B. Foster. Saturday from tho kitchen fluo and but 57 at $1. More owes havo been at for tho heroic work of tho carpenters on you yon want elictric wires and Squiro Pennington's building, it would Bold in Woodford in the last two months Ik than for many years and tho prices have water pipes put in your houses, you had havo booh burned up. As it was, the ranged from $3.50 to unusually better do so at oneo. Tho company will damage is slight. high. Sun. not do tho work at cost after Sept. h. :ee We arc more than thankful for your patronage the last season and Mr. J. P. Crow will ship his string Shooting at Ukodiiead. In a row ad. we shall exert every faculty to deserve better from you for the season over a well, at Krodhead, Saturday, of trotters to Kirdstowu this week, Mit. A. T. Martin has bought his Our motto is Low Prices and Kruco Wiltnot shot Joo Howard in the where they are entered in five or fcix just opening. father's Interest in their May wood store bowels, from tho elects of which he races. Ho lins some good ones all trotand is selling goods cheap. He U n de- will probably die. Wilmot was hIbo ters, no runners, although Mr. Crow is serving young man and will doubtless shot, receiving a painful wound in a fine rider. receive a liberal patronaire. Tho owners of Garfield Park, Chicathe shoulder. Howard used a Winchesgo, havo bought 100 acres of ground as ter ami Wilmot a pistol. Mit. S. II. Kavohman says ho will liavu. This is the only way to satisfy you and do justtice to oursclf. Come Koby Station, Ind., and will nt once his building tip as soon as tho next one. Siiiekikf Meneike took to Lancaster build a race track, stables, etc., aud a and sec us before you buy. He has already bigun work, and has t yesterday, Josh Dye, Jr, William big hotel. Tho place is 13 miles from Chito build two nice with Campbell, where they are cago and on tho lake shore. and John unices above, instead of u livery atable. charircd with Tho two William Moreland bought in former wero arrested by Dink Farmer, 700 ewes tit $3.25 and sold to J. TitK horsy driven by Anderson Kin. on Sunday ami tho latter is tho youth K. Thomas, of Saw Haven, a lot of cold, Friday, took fright and running-awawho has just finished n short fcontence Southdown ewes ot $10. Moreland ite throw him violently to the ground eold to in Lee 300 owes yaiious Buyle couuty parfor breaking into n school-housat $3 50. ties breaking his jaw bono in two plncea and here tho Highland vicinity. L. F. Hubble eold 10.000 acres of otherwise injuring him. Thu cliances coal and timber land on tho banks of for iiis recoverv are doubtful. Nkws of the sudden death of Mrs. Jno. Kockcnbtlu river, in Pulaski nnd Laurel About closed out our stock of Spring Clothing; only a few Suits left, which we offer at McCluro at Flora, 111., has given ground counties, for $40,000 to Charles J. DougTho printer made a mistake in the tafor the report that she committed sui- las, of Loudon, Knglaud. Ho bought ble of the ollldal vote print ml in our about a year cide. It will bo remembered that sho thu land Futurity, thn ago for $32,0D0. the The richest race of laet issue. II. T. Xoel should havo been was charged with running oil with Kob-er- t year, worth about $75,000 to the winner credited with 2UU votos in Garrard and Loo Davis, between whom an alleged was won at .Sheepshcad Bay, by the 2 to wu wrote it so instead of 220 at printed. August Belmont's favorite, Morello. intimacy had for somo time existed. This would make Judge Sauiley's mafdlv, Lady Violet, was second, a neck Just received a new stock of the story, however, jority 7 IS; over Ureckinridgo 1,(KK1 and Uoth bitterly denied tho before the Belladonna colt, third. and let us hope they spoku tho truth over Noel l,1.s5. 1 Modm Mixed Shcks at A. A. Warren's The Song of Stanford. A. A. . WARREN m m m m m m Cheap Goods For Cash. J. S. HUGHES. de-elde- d Klli-ot- store-room- s house-breakin- g. Ten-iiesp- y, e WE HAVE kj; JLL Greatly Reduced Prices. 1 m Mrs. McCluro was. Miss Lizzie Turner MEANS BUSINESS. brother-in-- law, "surprised" Misses nnd was a very handsome and attractive Lillian and Florence Tanner, nt their woman. home at McKinney. Thursday night, While Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Hays were and tho young ladies being "kinder onto visiting at hor father's recently, in Gartho racket," had everything in eliapo to pipo stem nnd make them have a delightful time, in- rard, Mr. Hays lost his his good wifo set out to find it for him. cluding an excellent supper, which was While rumaging in a drawer sho folt greatly enjoyed. something "slimy" and on further inThe Misses Alcorn entertained in vestigation it proved to bo a cow suckhonor of Misses Madia White and Jen- er snako 4J feet long. It makes the nie Knoti Friday night. Some 15 cou- cold chills run over hor yet to think ples wero present nnd joy was uueonfin- - nbout it. She tells the story herself nnd o l. Uancing, ami an ele- it is therefore time. If Mr. Hays had gant lunch made tho hours lly on silvery Been Biiakes and told about it there feet and everybody was sorry when tho might bo room for a suspicion of doubt. time to leave came. A iioxkn couples tete-a-tete- Engraving beautifully and artistically done at A. R. Penny's. Buy your books nnd school supplies of all kinds from A. R. Penny, who sells them nt publisher's prices. Have your watch, clock and joweiry repaired at A. R. Penny's. All work v warranted. Rememuuh thatall Bilvorware, watches, riugs, &c, bought at A. R. Penny's will be engraved free of charge. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NEWEST rwv .icr. esmr As low as any House II. in town. At JLAM2A In Stiff and Soft Hats, Caps, &c In the Shoe line we can offer you anything for LADIES, GENTS AND CHILDREN, Collars, Neckwear, Hosiery, Puff Shirts, etc. Valises, Umbrellas and Gum Coats. , s Lost or Stolen. STEER, welcht KED AND WHITE SCRt about 900 poundt, rathrr puun hy and horm turn-e- l or eicapcd from a pasture I up. Waitakcn Howard had rented near llustimville nut week lor his return or for inforinrtlon leading to his reS. TEN IS, I. covery. Shelby City, Ky. 53 &V. Trunks and CHURCH AFFAIRS. We have a few pairs of Shoes and Slippers that were slightly damaged by removal at our recent fire that wc will sell regardless of cost.. In ordinary dispatches tho telegraph companies do not charge for tho address or name, but tho rate to tho government is bo low that all words ,are charged. In order to savo expenses this great and rich government has notified us that hereafter tho dispatches sont to ua will bo addressed simply "Walton" nnd if no temperature is named we must add "stationary temperature" to tho dispatch. While they havo on tlioir economical fit why not introduce a cypher system, so that ono word could express an ordinary forecast? Mil. KunkstM. Huiiiiahd and wifoand Miss Maiuio Woods, wlio havo been thn cueBtB of Prof, and Mrs. J, M. Hubbard, returned to their home in St. Ixniis Saturday. Hon. J. S. Owblky, Sit., received a letter from Mis. W. K. Mauler, at Nashville, stating that Miss Mattio Owsley, who is her guest, is very ill with intermittent fever. Mits. Gis HomtAN, the very handsome wife of tho proprietor of Crab Orchard Springs, was here Saturday, with Miss Kettio l'axton, who raimo down on a little business. Mil J. H.CAKTKit.tho Highland democrat, hail the misfortune to step on a ruety nail Friday, which camo very near going trough his foot. As a result he is limping around now. L. I). Samson, oi tho Harbourvillo Herald, was down again Sunday, but she wasn't hero and the hours hung heavily and long upon him. A "special delivery" .might have remedied the trim-bi' t U Kiik, formerly of this Mit. Jos. S.f place, has been appointed agent of tho L. & N. railroad, at Stanford. With Tom iw train ilisnatcher. thero is but little work for tho superintendent to look of tor in Lincoln. Kiehinond Kegister. Mit. KuiiiK Lkk Kiktlky. grandson of Mr. mid Mrs. Kvan Waters, boru off both medals at tho Greenville, Texas, Business College; ono for tho highest grado In scholarship and tho other for having tho neateBt sot oi hooks. Mns. Frank Kubskll, wifo of Ken tucky Frank, of tho great Wild West is visiting friends hero. Ken tucky Frank ia now holding forth a Kohl & Middleton'H .Museum, umcinna ti with a big lot of Indians, cow boys aud cow girls. wheel-horsu Jons Cxmphkll, who a $10 was serving out school-house- "i fine for breaking into a attempted to make his escape Sunday and came very near accomplishing ids purpose. Capt. Bibb had sent him to the town pump for n bucket of water and when that gentleman's back was turned Campbell took to his hncls. Ho made for the knobs but Sheriff pursued him too close for comfort and ho dodged into Mr. S. II, Batigh man's corn field, whore ho was caught His timo was out yesterday nnd it would not have boon much Iojs if ho hud made good his escape. , Men-ofeo CITY AND VICINITY Shelled oats, will pay high est market prico. B. K. & W. II. Wear en. Boys' fall and winter suits received; SBomothluB now; call and see thorn. & Higgins. Wanted. ta Lost. A nico umbrella between tho Vresideuco ol R: Cobb, Sr and Stanford, lhe Under on last Sunday morning, return to this ottice. will please The terror of tho Paint Lick neighborhood will terrorize no more. A bullet from tho pistol of John Campbell cut short tho law-lo- ss career of Humphrey Best, Satuiday, and outside of his family, God pity them, there is none so poor as do his memory reverence. Tho fight occurred in MeKniglit's store, at Paint Lick, nnd tho row was started by tho youngor Best, who started to draw his pistol. Campbell was as quick witli his and tho firing began. After several shots had boon lired, Humphrey Best fell, shot through tho head. Campbell was Bhot in tho right lung. Tho wouud ia not necessarily fatal. Wylie Hollonds, aged nbout 13, was killed by a stray bullet from Campbell's pistol and Sam P. Hammonds, another boy that was looking on, was shot in tho loft shoulder. While ho had been in any number of rows, Humphrey only killed ono man, a negro, and he proved on the trial that ho committed Buicido at least ho got out of a very cowardly murder without punishment. He was tho eon of Best, who after putting seven men to sleep in his time, finally died a natural death. Ebo-neezer Hi'UPiutCY Bkst Bkstkd. Tho Tate's Creek Association will nt Preachersville and last begin threo days. A largo delegation will go from here. Prof. Totten, late of Yale, is tho It hereby Riven that our offer to liinii'h free lamps to person ordering lights piping t latest prophet to arise and tell tho end lures at cost to thoie ordering uAtcr, will expire of tho world. Ho figures thnt it will oc- o September 5, 1891. After that date thaSUniurd Water, and Ice cur in 1805 or '90, but cannot give tho requiredLightreasonable Co will furnish till supplies prices at FNGINE CO. HOWE IT.Mr exact date. 5J Czar has dined Dr. Talmage, Tho and tho doctor, always careful to make vioi-ii- t tho most of his adventures, has teleWouM visit your city once nweolc for a term ol graphed a full account of this perform- nine months to give Iess)nson the vmlin, prowded a ilassof at least cuht study scholars could be seance to tho Xew York papers. cured My session will commence in the first Joseph James Cheeeeman, week of October and close July 1st. For terms The Kev. and particulars apply befiu Sept 15 to who win appointed in 1S71 superintendFKANK j WOI.K, 5 u Vcnbtron Ave Lexington, Ky ent of Southern Baptist Missions in Liberia, Africa, has just boon elected president of tho Republic of Liberia. Rev. F. s. Pollitt closed a two weeks' As Administrator with the will anned of Kuth meeting with iivo additions to tho Albright, deed., I will on ohurch. Tho meeting which has been 12th, 1892, in progross at the Doylesvillo Methodist church, and conducted by Kev. W. J. Count) Court day, in frr nt of the door Doran, closed witli 20 additions. Rich- in Staiilortl, Ky.. communing at i t. in , toll publicly mond Climax. Tho Kentucky Annual Conference 1 Smuggler Mare 7 years old, of tho M. E. Church, South, will con- Stallion, by Petosky, veno nt Middlesboro Sept. 7th, and con- One yearling Kilty, I suckling Mule, t sickling tinue for ono week. This conference Colt, jump seat urrcy, r arming Implements, Mc covers about halt of the territory of Kenus of Sioaml under, cash in hand; composed of 120 ministers over that amountonthree months ticdlt, with intucky and is good notes terest Irom date nnd 2S lay delegates. Bishop J. C. Kee- 53 J.N MENEEKE.Admr C. T A. ner, of New Orleans, will preside. Tho Seuate Department at Washing ton has been informed that tho house of Dr. Bartlett, an American missiona ry n Bourdsur, Asia Minor, has been burned A : VALUABLE : HOTEL and tho missionary's lifo threatened. l'ROPEim Tho American Charge d'Aflairs at Constantinople has been instructed to deevs c mand protection, indemnity nnd puuish-me- before the court house dour in Stauiurd, Ky.ori of tho guilty parties. 12II1, 1892, to-d- ay HOTIOK A-- M'ROSERTS & HIGGINS.. wre-tnga- FARRIS & A IN HARDIN, I) .Dealers In. iLESsoars. HABDWA MIL STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, Lamps, Chamber Sets, Quecnswarc, Glasswafej-Tmwar- e, Sets. Also agents for the Kmpire Wheat Drill. c . , Dinner Administrator's Salo Monday, Sept. court-hous- Now Is the Time to Buy Mason, Lightning and Wire Top e ld Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses, Tiu Cans, Sealing Wax 1 Ternn-Sui- FTJBLIC SALE Porcelain and brass Preserving Kettles; Refrigerators, Water Coolers, White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers, Fly Paper and Fly Traps. Wire Cloth Spring Hinges and Corner Irons, Grind Stones, Scythe Stones, Grass and Weed Hooks, lades and naths. Full lineof cakes, Candies and Fruits, Prices to suit the times. MoKTEnTE'Sr BEOS. ut Monday, Sept. bought lletween the hours of 11 a m., and i p m , offer at publn. unction to thu higuett bidder tho Hotel property known as the CARPENTER HOUSE, adjacent to the railroad depot in said William L. Singleton and Miss Ma situated The location is excellent for Hotel business town both of the Waynes-bur- g and the House now teceies a liberal patronage ry A. Singleton, and does a profitable buiine. section, obtained license yesterday 'lhoKtlewill be absolute and without reserve three, cash and for to marry at tho bride's father'a, Jonathan equal annual payments, and the remainder in w tth six per cent. Interest be given on the from aav of sale. Possession will Singleton, second Monday in October. Other minor terms Squire Massie, tho Aberdeen, O., made known on day of sale. Title perfect. of knot tyer, who is said to have joined to- is Stanford is the county seatand Lincoln county; no miles from 103 miles from Louisville runaway lovers, has at last Cincinnati, with direct railroad connection to both gether 8,000 and also to the South. It has an excellent system gono where there is no marringo nor ot water works and electric hghta and a population of j,joo and its population, wealth aud busigiving in marriage. ness are increasing. It is in Southern part of tho region and Us system of turnpikes Is to W. It. Tew-me- llluc-GraM. S. Bau'ghraau sold unsurpassed by any other town or county la thu of Boylo, 15 mule colts at $o0 and State, The population Is prosperous and progresK. Lynn '22 yearling mules sive and patronizes hotels liberally. of MATRIMONIAL HATTERS. one-four- th to-day, ss A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER During the year 1S92 I hand a full and complete shall ;kecp constantly0! stock of zn H Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. My stock of Toilet Articles Glass, Books, T WATCHES, C3COCKS & JSW3S3CR-5- J. at $oo. S3-t- d W. II, MILLER. M.C. SAUFLEY, Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers ol Mr. Thomas drompt service, low charges and courteous-treatment- ; A. R. PENNY. Daltoii in charge. .J-- t. iyj ? tM& s .1 s. j 11 . fei 8q4 . K .. ... i. BUgJ mn ii ii uim Semi-Weekl- V Interior Journal AT IF WE KNEW, Publlabod Every Tuesday and Friday $2 J?JSIt YK-tVnot l IN" ADVANCK. and Pub From Dear Kate's Scrap-Boollshed In Affectionate Remembrance or Her. If w e knew the woe and heartache Waiting for us down the road, P1 d 92.60 will be charjjed.-KT- i. If our lips could taite the wormwood, If our backs could feel the load, Would wc waste the day In wishing For a time that ne'er can be? Would we wait with such impatience For our ships to come from sea? K. L. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train naves Rowland at 700 a. m., returning J L CJ' & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ............is I have opened a shop over Wm Daughtrty'sand s All persons Indebted to the firm nt Chadwiclc, Ilutcher Shop on am prepared to do all kinds of vehicle painting in llalley A Co. will please call and pay their acwill keep at all times first'clats style and at reasonable rates. Give me counts, either lo rue or John It. llalley at Crab Good Looks. call. Orchard. I mean ALL. JOHN II DeNARDI. in TIHCIEJ : : Good looks are more than skin deep, depending O. I'. NKWl.AND, Assignee. upon a healthy condition of all the vital organs. It that can 1 cbtained, which I will sell at tho marthe liver be inactive voti hate n bilious InnV.it ket price. I have a tine, new, large refrigerator your stomach be discrdercd you have a dyspeptic and meats will always bo kept fresh and nice look and if your kidneys be affected vou hitea 481 mo JULIAN V F.ST pinched look. Secure your health and you will Of,ll kinds, have good looks. Klectnc Hitters is the great alMade of Set Up in All terative and tonic, acts directly on these vital or AT ROWLAND 11. 1; gans. Cures pimples, blotches, boils and gives a the goou complexion, aoiu at A. K renny a drug FIRE AND STORM No Agents employed store, 50 cents per bottle first-clas- As a general liniment for sprains and bruises of for rheumatism, lame back, deep seated or muscu lar palnes, Uhambcrlaln's Tain Halm is unrivaled. For salo by Dr. M. L. Bourne, Druggist and OpI have just opened a tician, Stanford, Ky. a Lancaster street, where a NEW BUTCHER SHOP. CARRIAGE PAINTING. 1 ITotioe 4t X 1 BEST 3VEEA.TS MONUMENTS and Country. & j. aug mi an, HOTEL AND SALOON Parts Msiltraingotng North ' South " Express train ,........... is am Norths Local Freight North. .. .659 am 511pm South. The latter traini alo ctrry passengers. The above if calculated on standard time. Solar time it about to minutes falter. " South ....it norm 55 ao pra pm If we knew the baby fingers, Pressed against the window pane. Wojld be cold and stiff Net or trouble us again Would the bright eyes of our darling Catch the irown upon our browf Would the prints of rosy lingers Vox us then as they do now? fingers! Ah! these little How they point our memories back To the hasty words and actions Strewn along our backward track I How these little hands remind us, As In snowy grace they lie, Nut to scatter thorns, but roses, For our reaping Ice-co- ld " Train South-bounss QUEEN & d Cr1sCENT ROUTE. pais Junction City as follows. Fast O V C Special ujoam New Orleans Limited 3:17 p, m.: Special 8 10 p in A C. Special 3 j5 a. m.; Illue Grass Special 6 00 a m. ; Cincinnati Limited 1:48 p. m.; 1 ast Mail iS p. m. Mail Blue-Gra- 11:57 p. m ; North-bound-- mm POWDER Absolutely Pun? ACrcam of Tarter Baking Powder H ghest ol f ill leavening strength. Latest United State Government Food Keport. ROYAL IIAKING POWDERCO., 106 Strange we never prize the music Till the bird has flown; Strange that wc should slight the violets Till the lovely flowers arc gone; Strango that summer skies and sunshine so fair Never seem As when winter's snowy pinions Shake their white dow n in the air. sweet-voiced one-half We authorize 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 La Grippe and will use this remConn., of edy according to directions, giving it a fair trial and expennce nd benefit, you may return the bot- Manchester, of tle and have vour monev refunded WnmiU this offer bccauie of the wonderful success of Dr King's New Discovery during last season's epi- Ins. Oo. of America, " demic. Have heard 01 no casein which it failed. Try it. Trial bottles free at A. R. Penny's drug s All of which are Companies. I would store. Laige sun 50c and $1. be pleased to wait on my friends In this line. Pol. icies promptly issued. Will insure against tornaDuring the epidemic of flux In this county l.it does, wind storms and lightning Lightning claussummer I hail hard work to keep a supply ol es attache! without additional charge. Camberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhira Heme Office at First National Hank, .Stanford. dyon hand. People often came 10 or miles in the night to get a bottle of the remedy. ti I h.i e beensellinc patent- medicines .. the n.ttt 10. nan .. . for J :..., '. . iiu niiu ....:. 11 nas gien oeiier satitiactlou in inui cases of diarrhica and flux than any other medicine I ever handled I. II. Ilcnham. Druggist. Golconda, Pope Co , III. Over 500 liottles of this remedy were sold In that county during the epi- Highest cash market price paid demic referred to. It was a perfect succeu and was the only remedy that did cure the worst casfor es. Dozens of persons there will certify that it saed their lives. In four other epidemics of bowel complaint this remedy has been equally successful. 25 and 50 cent"bottles for sale bv Dr M L. Ikmrne, Druggist and Opticui, Stanford, Ky Ounrnntood Curo for La Orlppo. INSURANCE AGENT W. ADAMS 196m No. 41 llroadway, Lexington, Ky, SON, THE RILEY HOUSE Hartford, Manchester, Eng. P. Ii. HILBY, Proprlotor, Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, London, - - - Kentucky. North Hartford, first-clas- I offerforsale privately my frame Hotel and Saloon at Rowland, which are now renting at I'it per month. It it centrally located and a fine point for business, beins at a terminal mint on a illvl.. K.n of the I. & y It has good will, stable, coal house and other neietinry outbuildings. Address Mil's MARY C. FI.KUILL, Stanford. FOBSALB. HorfolkiWesteniHJi idj Schedule July 17, 1 00 , "V I have moved lo my new Hotel and am bettsi prepared than ever to accommodate the public Good Livery attached and every convenience desired. Give me a call. NW 1 77 FRANK RILEY. LEAVK NO III ON DAILY .- CJucauS jEjL I Notico to tho Traveling: Puhlic. I have had THE SIIELTO HOUSE louonmior ll,Cfield, Radford, Roanoke, and Lynchburg, Richmond and Norfolk. Also fia .n0i.rifo.r ,Yf l,lrf ton' "Ktewn, Nor-als- pm for Graham, .ficiiinic smiiuns. Itlucfield, Pocahontas anJ Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, &c, at Lips from which the seal of silence None but God can roll away Necr blosomed In such beauty As adorns the mouth And sweet words that freight our memory, With their beautiful perfume, Come to us in sweeter accents Through the portals of the tomb. Let us gather up the suubeams Lying all around our path, Let us keep the wheat and roses Casting out the thorns and chaff; Let us find our sweetest comfurt In the blessings of With the patient hand removing All the briars from our way. The best sslve in the world lor cuis. bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap- pu haiius, cuuoiaius, corns anu an .Kin crup tions and positively cures piles, or no pay requirs lyr ed. It is guaranteed to irivv. perfect satisfacliec, or money refunded. Price 15 cents per bos. John II. Cattleman. For sale by A. R, Penny, Sttntord, Kv. Uucklln'aArnlcn S.lvo. M. F. ELKIN & CO., -- At Rowland repainted and nkcly furnished and have in connection with Hotel one of the liett sa loons In the State, open day and night; a night man meets all trains. In connection with Home have also one of the best Mineral wells in the Mate and for reference to water, call on Mr and Mrs G W. Patrick, Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Floyd Ingram, Krin, Tenn , A A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. I) K. Proctor, C. II llraum.Mr and Mrs T. V Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. !'. II. Johnson, New Haen, Jim Cox, Grceniuri(. Rates Jj per day J M, Pctrcy, clerk Give me a call oSoiy J. W CARRIF.R, Prop. .ft STANFORD. KY. A. G. Lanhara .NOTICE TO THE., ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. MANAGERS, TRAVELING I PUBLIC. lord to mond I rains tor Powhatan and Good. $ "," 'rr.Ve ,lluefi,:Ia tU,llr in, 3 ij p ui ami Traliia arrive at Norton from the East daily at I 30 p in and 6i(diii .V.hl"K,5n,,"J Chattanooga Limited, a train of I ullman C.Kjches and sleeping cars runs dally yia Shenandoah Valley route, stopping only at l.uray, Shenandoah, Basic. Riwinukeand Radffird. North lltund Limltcl Imvwi Itadfnnl ti p m. further informatMti as to schedules, rates, Ac .apply to agents of Norfolk ,V Western or to W II. HKVILL, Gen. Passenger Agt . Roaneke, Va. i. lk vlt --S,e,,,n Cars from and Radford, New ork, "" and New York. o LeuI'vllle to Radlord tn t. tl is Shenandoah lulu ashington: alio from Lynchburg to Rich- - I'0fh'. Rail-rea- d hato op.nd in conueiliuf) with my Hotel, the When When When When Baby was slcfc, wo gave her Costorl.v she was a Child, sho cried for Castorla. sho became Miss, she clung to Castorla, she bad Chll iren, she gave thorn Castorla. Insurance Company, MYERS First-Clns- Newport News & HOUSE, Mississippi Valley Co. M s Teachers' Institute. I'. s U Stanford, Palls .Branch -- One of tho most profitable and decidedly the pleasantest Institutes thjt was ever held in this Mr. John Carpenter, of Goodland, Iud, says county closed at noon Friday, after tbe pro"I tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar- rhira Remedy, for diarrhica and severe cramns gramme published in our last had oeen presented. and painsin the stomach and bowels with the best Tho teachers are all greatly attached to Supt. W, results. In the worst cases I never had to give F. McClary and Prof. W. C. Grlntad endeared more than three doses to effect a cure. In most cases one dose will do. Ilesides Its other good qualhimsell to every one of them. H. proved a comities it is pleasant to take,' aj and 50 cent Office South side Main street, in office recently petent and painstaking conductor and nil went bottles for sale by Dr M L ltourne, Druggist and by Dr. L. F. Huflman, Stanford, Ky. vacated away feeling that they had learned much during Optician, Stanford, Ky the week. In a conversation the professor said C. D. the average of intelligence among our teachers is LIMITED higher than any county he knows of, a decided KJfJM JU FIRST CLASS XJ3L3Etl!4 compliment, as his know ledge of teachers Is ery larvje. (s moving to th Higgins office, Lancaster street. upt. W, F, McClary decided to award the InNitrous Oxide Gas given for painless extracting. -:- STANFORD, KENTUCKY. terior Joiunal priics of a Urge map and a year's subscription In a contest in historical ques AUG. 30 and SEPT. 27. tions. He accordingly prepared the following, the answers to which are also given: THE "WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINLV What is the motto of Indiana? Will run low rate Harvest Excursions onaboie Homeopathlo Physician, It has none. Name suggested from its Indian dates to points in Minnesota. Montana, North and South Dakota. Tickets will be good twenty 20) - - - KENTUCKY population. STANFORD, nays from date of sale, with stop-ovprivileges Where was the first white child of English pa- to points west of M. Paul and Minneapolis. Office Hours: to to 11 a. m.; 1 to 3 p. m.; 8 to For lull information, address any of the Comparents born in America and what was its name? i'p. m. At a temporary settlement on the Island of ny's representatives, or Office on Lancaster street, opposite court-housJAS. C POND, Roanoke in 1537; Virginia Dare. Gen'l Pas. and Ticket Agt.t Chicago, III. . notable eent occurred five days after What Lee surrendered? Assassination of President Lincoln. Office, opposite Coffey House, Who was the first American Editor? REV. W. W BRUCE. Principal; John Campbell. MISS KATE BOOLE, Assistant; What great nun did the colonial times produce? 19.6m Jonathan Edwards, Benjamin Franklin, James In Otis and Patrick Henry. Primary, Intermediate and Advanced Grade. Who wrote the Kentucky resolutions of 1793? I Special attention Riven to preparing boys for James Madison. College. What is the salary of the Minister PlenipotenFor terms, Ac. address ts REV. W. W. 1IRUCE, HuttonwIle.Ky. tiary to Paris? 47 . In the corporate limits of Rowland. 517,500. liy what treaty was Queen Anne's wus ended? H. L DARST. Rowland. Ity the treaty of Utrecht. ol the Who was president and OF STANFORD, KY., Jellico Coal Co 17th administration? Andrew Johnson uctlng president. No Is now fully organued and ready for business with Miners and shippers of the GENUINE Wall street, New ork. BAREEE&CASTLEMAN Commerce Building, DR W. B. PENNY, Tho Best Deutist. Louisville Agents throughout the South. R. MORGAN, D. S. W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Agont, STANFORD. KY. THE GOFFEY HOUSE DENTIST. And offer the new vehicles and fresh blooded horses make lay OM Point and,the Seashore and all Eastern Cities stable compare with IN I.FFECT NOV. ,j. ,5,1. in Gm- - me a call. " LTrnTTd" ,A(CO. P W. GKEKN. Proprietor EAST BOUND. Mali K Dsily AL BURNS. Manner Dally Dslly.j Ex. .u. Kx8i Lve Lexingten.... 6 00 a to " Winchester .. 8 j a IS Pl11 sa p j w p jo 7 Mt. Sterling S Jt a 7 u Dsiljr. Arr Ashland. 14 p io e " Catlcltsburi-- . IH .ti to 87 Pi 8 Sf ij aj " Huwiingtnn u j) o 10 47 J STANTOIID, KY, nasningten l j i Livery Stable, Washington, Philadelphia services of it to the public. Ilrand Baltimore, Now York, ChrsapeaVe ,V Ohio ltufe. 1 tho Country. ' 5 . a;..... Round Trip JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. 175 1 AirJNew YoJk " Philadelphia. . 10 t j m i lsp I I a P P HARVEST EXCURSIONS, westbound This Hotel, renovated and refmnliked, is new Lve I luniiNgteti..' sw in my charge and I intend to coaduit it Mast " CatMutrarg not only maiMtain its high reputation, bttt t add Ashland .. 0 j; toils long list ol friends Special accomwiuda-tion- s for commercial travelers and fir root Mt. SterHng. .. 10 ; Ihedltpkiy of samples. ' Winchester.. 11 IS Arr Lexington . . 11 oj First-CIaos'.SaloA " . j Dally. i'! 7 14 DR. JOHN M. CRAIG, fr . P I on CZ3 8 Iul.vllte. . And BILLIARD and POOLROOMS attached. jT-tl i 1. l Kx. Sd. pi s J p 6 s$ a PI P 7 1$ a so Pi f 41 P'l s5 a p. 7 40 p iljoa 1 a iti M p JOSEPH COKFICY 39-'- SB. J. A. - AMOInT, HUSTON VILLE ACADEMY Kentucky, Opens 1st Monday Sept. For Sal Twenty ISuilcling I-o- P r . 1st lsinIsssWssssssssUFl ssssV Limited estlksill Trains run daily in eonnec lion uh Chesapeake .V Ohio "F. F. V." to Nat York Fast Mall Trains run dally and make local stops between Ltsltii;ton and Huntington. Huntington aud Moiehcad Accommodations run dally, Lexington and Morehead and Lexington and Mt. Sleiluig Accommodations run dally extent Sunday Through Sleeping Cars to and from Washington and New York without change. I a 5 ' tl I M.V I'SlsssH I l.rHLsssssssK. 111 sssssssfssssssssOn F arffiersBanMTrnstCo. Capital of,- - . - - - - Original Jellico Coal. TO THE FARMERS. ft What is the motto of ftebraskat 'Equity before the law." 1 Tu O. Juncttswi... S jo 5 9l ,$ fully protected as are depositors in National Maloneystllti. 9 11 J 73i (lets beine nell individual!? Hanks, its shareho Roman Catholic. Corrytan 7 9 . M am agent for The Central Kentucky Hedgt tW 741 liable to the extent of the amount of their stock I.uttrett 9J4 7JI Name two strange delusions In colonial history! therein at tbe par value thereof, in addition lo the 4 4 7 31 Fence Co.. of Lancaster, and offer the services ol Powder Springs i 4 7 7 both myself and the Company to the citucns of Salem witchcratt and New York negro plot. smount invested in such shares. It may act as tO Ol . WashbMrH 7 If 4 2s". .Williams Sarin co.... Lincoln county. I am very thankful for the liber10 . When were the stars and stripe adopted as the executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully at 11. al patronage received and hope by fair dealing to J an individual. t. .! 1 19 . .. U" merit a continuance. Farmers in need of a (rood emblem of our national J5' o . To those who entrusted their buismess to us Clinch River iey fence will find me at the Myers House in Stanford J 4SH while mnagicg the Lincoln National Hank ol June 17, 1777. lo ,7 Lone Mountain.. ... on each County Court day. Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and 19 4V I'.y what name was Alaska formerly known S3 044 41 .Taacwelt . ... ' n M. W. JOHNSON. trust they will continue to' transact their business II Powell liner 009 Russian America. JOO 607 with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt atten.Arthur 9 14S J Ky. At what date can u star fera State be placed up tion to same, our twenty years' experience is Knur StMHs, , . 41 5S banking andas liberal accomodations as are con 11 45 9 on tho Pag Aitkur Ji 54 ' sistent with sound banking. I havenuite a number of FARMS for sale ol the 94 .Ilamikoe Sprint..., S On or after the 4th of July following its adop. Dealer in ... . s; ' y 50 Lands Lincoln county. CamberixHl Gap..., terv best H tion chool t it S 1 niKKCTont: ' These Farms arc all well improved ami goad l 07 9 THae4 J m rut Ism :- Mr, II S. Young, id the Mt. Pleasant s 5 . j is, J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon ; rich lands, running in sire from jo tn 500 Acres i i 1003 4 1 hating answered the largest number of the quesGoods sold for Cash only. Considering thcis locality, their richueta and fur- - n o lo la Mlddl cbcro.. v J. M. Hall, Stanford; 4 )MmZ tW--:j&- 3f Moraoil, the convenience of turnpikes and rail tions was awarded the map and Miss Annie lilur of ti S. Owsley, Stanford; NORTH liOl TSW. J. I have lust received mv Fait Stock of .shoes and that bring markets right to our door, they rud postoflice i Eubauks, the tsar's sub cordially invite the citizens of thin vicinity to call gan, whose are cheaper than the Lands of nay 01 her county in S.J. Embry, Stanford; i.uHiUml t,p, I.. 10 oo p m scription lo this paper. r. in and cxnmiue them. Goods sold lower than 1 Here is scarcely a rarm in tuc countntj Mate 11 , p in J. . Lynn, Stanford; " Ltvingslen Remember 1 am headquarters tor Staple and A teachers' association was organised and Mr. ty o e r miles from a decot 1 J a in A. W. Carpenter, Milledgeulle; Dealer in the abotc " Wlt.cfce.frr Fancy Groceries. Will soon ha e a complete line J. A. C happell, the president for the last jenr, de'J he county is checked with turnpikes runn;g 3 4' a in " Lexington i of Hardware in stock ineiery direction There is not a public rod en J. F. Cash, Stanford; .1 V a in Orders Cattle, Sheep Hogs tnng the county scat that is not Macadamunl. clining to servo longer on account of the condir " Paris J H. HILTON, Rowland, Ky. h William Gooch, Stantord, Ky. 4 jo a m " Solicited. Stock Cattle and Sheep a Specialty. We hae the Knoxwlte Branch ol thn L A-- N. It. Arrive ltnsvilkt tion of his wife, aupt. McClary and seseral sth-oS H. Shanks, President. 7 J a m I. M. 11RUCL. Persons having any of the uhove described sto-" CiHCihtustt J. II. EAGER R. dividing the county from Kast to West and the were put in nomination for the office. All dea in 7 J II. Owsley. Cashier for sale or wishing to purchase same, vill do wll C S. R. R from North to South; the K C. R. II golTvTT BOUND. Z clined the honor and Mrs. J. M Hubbard was W M. Ilrlght, Teller. to call on or address me O, An experience of fifteen Iroui this place to Cincinnati, crossing the ,v NTT .. years in this business has been of profit to me and at Winchester, giving full access to the markets of Ltae CiHciiimti unanimously elected. Mis Cettie Thurmond was - 7 3" P m " Iiuisvilt I think I can make It profitable both to the buyer ' - 8 43 p m lie whole worm, liesmcs, vo nave tore.' large chosen and L. N. Taylor secretary ' and seller. P O address Stsnford, Ky. county mat give us a market Arrive Paris 10 j p m i flour Mills ill the LIVERY, FSED AND SALE STABLE, " LoxingtoH ,,', and treasurer. A committee will arrange proOffice at the Myers House. for all our grain right at home; aud the develop ......in 15 p m " Wiuciiestcr " gramme and first place of meeting 10 inentot the mountain regions ol Kattern and .....ii 4S pm I ivingstui OF STANFORD. KY " Kentucky bv tailroads and the outt THE STANFORD- " The committee on resolutions, C, H. Holmes, STANFORD, KY. " t'orbin ii let South by railroads has created such a demand 3 jo a m '"' '! chairman, Misses Mary Kay and F.lira Smith, preCumberland Gup -- . Sija m for ail kinds of cereals and urovender that wecan Tho above firm went into effect July 1st and re- sented the following, which were adopted: scarcely retain enough lor homeconsumption. Pullman Palace Car Knuxvillu lo Ciiiciuiiat spectfully asks a share of the patronage of the The people are prosperous, generous and kind, without chalice. RssoMtD, 1st. That the thanks of this I lis tl public. believing in Christianity and education. There toiiiieciions made it hull trams North and tute are cordially tendered Prof W, C. Grinstead Has contracted with responsible firmslorlti plants is not a neighborhood in the county but has a Nprth-wat Grand Central depot, Clnciimati. will have the Iceuud Klrrtric Plants comple. good church and school-housfor the able and impartial manner in which he I hrouirh tickets on sun nt NEW RIGS AND HORSES Attention of the public is invited to tho fac and in f'.i f:-t- .. ted days ; the Water Plant soou af. Stanford, thecounty seatof Lincoln, is a pros has conducted this body, furthermore that we that this Is tho only National Hank in Stanford ter. about sixty rtit w ," T,acl perous little city of aliout a.soo tnhati.uiits and is .Main street, Kuoxville. Under the provisions of the National Bank Act Have been purchased and iiothfng but heartily recommend him to any Institute desiring depositors are secured not only by In Order to ulace rnntr.irla In ml. the great doorway from the North and Norththe capital vance for Water and IndividualLight, 'oranyltiformatlon as lo routes, rates, etc.ip- turnouts will leave the stable. Klectric a conductor the Company east South and from the Northwest to Nnilhcatt, stock, butbv the stockholders liability lor an offers the following and standing as it does gating right Into tho bos3d. That we especially commend upt. W. F. amount equal to the stock, so that depositors of stt,i:A'."l:y,.Ac,,nR Agt . Necessary water pipes will bo laid, connected to om of the undeveloped mountains ofSoutheastcrn A. SMITH. City Ticket Agt McClary for his unswerving fidelity to duly, his tnis institution are secured oy a lunu ot 5400,000. mains at actual cost for pipe and work. s Kentucky backed up by the wholo Five sworn statements ofthecondition of the bank K'ectric wires put In and necessary fixtures fur- region ol the State with railroads running through Nnoxville.Tenii. kindness to all and his faithful endeavors to ele are made each year to the United States governnished free ol charge It to ail points of the compass, makes it naturally .IF YOU ARE GOING.. vate the standard of education in' Lincoln county, ment and its assets are examined at stated times To be of best quality and guaranteed to give one 01 the uest locatcu towns in me nnum nir by government agents, thus securing addititona satisfaction. 3d. That Mr. Millet's "piece" was appreciated manufactures and other enterprises of magnitude. snd perfect safety to depositors. Thenchediile of adopted rates is from 351030 Water Works are now being agitated and right and enjoyed and we thank him very much for It. This institution, originally established as the per cent, lower than is usually glvon hs of a mile aboue the town about! 4th. That we are grateful to Prof J. M. Hup. Deposit Hank of Stanford in 1858, then ...THE . there could be erected Water Works with very ol Stanford in hich was replete ized as the National Dank First National 1S65 and Schedule ley for his scholarly address, inHank of the sgain Rates. little cost that would supply a city of 150,000 the habitants with the purest and best water in ulth truth and beauty. Stantord 111 iSSa, has had practically an uninterworld Our little city has been newly rebuilt in rupted existenco of 3a years. It is better supplied Dwelling of 3 rooms, one faucet 5th, That wo sincerely thank Misses Lewis and qow 5 co the last few years and its business houses aril reswith facilities lor transacting l.ach additional room So idences will compare with larger cities of'greater Philips for their services at the organ; also Mr. Iv and liberally than ever before business prompt in its lone aud Kach additional faucet 00 pretensions. and tradesmen are S. R. Cook lor tho use of his organ. honorable career Accounts of corporations, fiduoiures, ianK anu I'ritntc unices, I faucet . 5 00 all prosperous Our merchants and doing well. We hnvc two 6th. That we canpot improve upon Mr. W. S, ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solic-te- d. Baths, private, one laucet 3 00 banks with a capital stock ol $400,000 that arc Hose attachment for sprinkler 5 00 prosperous and in a good condition. llurch and Miss Georgia Lewnas secretaries. Our The Directory of this Dank is composed ot Stables, private, one animal j 00 We have splendid schools. We have a Female Louisville Nashville H. R. thanks are due them. Each additional animal T.J. Foster, of Stanford; 100 College, a large brick building, with oter 100 pit 7th. That we feelingly appreciate the interest Korestus Reid, Lincoln county; pilaln attendance ami unucr me principaiinip 01 manifested by the Intkrior Joe knal in our proIs the line for you, as its Prof. J, M. Hubbard, is in a llounhing condi- J.W. Hayden, Stanford; tion. We also have a Seminary that is a good I "or commercial use: ceedings and would advise every teacher to beS.H. Raughman, Lincoln; school, with Prof. ii. F. Blakeman at its head We come at once a subscriber to this excellent paper. One arc and three 16 c. 11. incandescent lamp M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; have one of the Dcst Public School buildings ic , 8th. That we go away feeling kindly towards Very" tJ0 M this section of the State, with over too pupils in Make close connections at S. T. Harris, Lincoln; For id c. p. each incandescent light, per mo. 60 attendance, and with other good private schools, the citizens 41 " o " ' J. S. Hocker. Stanford; LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI terest in our ol Stanford and vicinity for their in6 you see our school facilities are excellent Ulrb" SnoP JCom meVcVinflo'ttriVaemm5r '4 " sessions. .1 S G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; 75 We have elegant church bullningi, representing For all points. ' M ' i II 3 we appreciate the ef9th. Last, but not least, 85 every denomination, with a full corps ot ministers T. P. Hill, Stanford. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. For Residenco Viz: to Accommodate LadieS of flas class talent ind are doing a better business W. G. Welch, Stanford; HAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH forts of Miss Cettie Thurmond to render the any class of men In the city. For 1st 16 c. p. jncondcsccut lamp, eer mo... meetings profitable to all. 60 thanhave tried to make tills statement as facts, ua as W.P.Tate, Stanford. " 21I " " I t. For any information enquire of 1 he session was closed with prayer by Ilev. A. '" 45 without anv exaggeration or coloring, as those In .uysuiug mey may wish in my line. ' 3d ' 11 ti OFFICERS: . o M who know will beam e out, and those who wish JOES. RICE, Agent, " " 4th" " waited on. Call n me. Y.bUemote and after hearty " all I.S. Hocker, President; Stanford, Ky. Or ! I Id UUy (II falls Ilfc IHJIf.S For each additional ' 'laV 4SIU lUVtalC " " - W. W. PENN. Trav. Pass. Airent. around, the teachers left for their homes feeling ao I amon sscijoii McRoberts, Cashier; John J, people wuii a ti mu ucn luiruunu t or further information, Junction Cty, Ky J that it was good for them that they had attended. A A Kf.lf inn.. log, would do well to call and see ma. before pur. ,,,' , u-- tt " A.ia.M. J.W HAYDEN, Sup't,&c. haainif elsewhere In Coramerclal Hotel. establishing religious freedom in America belong Ilouvt and am fully ptrpared to fill orders fur all kind ot Marble and Granite work. I have in my employ skilled workmen fram the Kast. My freight facilities can rwt ho excelled and 1 Mill not be undersold JOK S. WRIGHT. 3 A-- Four of thoe who contested fur the priios tied Try it. We are the sole agents for Stanford and Rowland. Office corner of Depot street and rail- and the judges, Profs. ..M. lirough and C. II, SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL road crossing. UANK OK STANFORD, Holmes, decided to untie the tie with five other 6 HIGGINS A-- WATTS. Now closing up) with the same assets aad under questions as follows: the same management, To what religious sect does the honor ol first lly provisions of its chatter, depositors are as Paid up Surplus, $200,000. 19,000. mSBm Bix'ixHIBHsW III leriuiisniormauonin regaru to rates, routes. Ac , apply to any agent ef this or cennectiog lines or to H K. HUNTING ION, C. L. BROWN, v anu t M . t: it a '. 1 c V4 w. barney; (. M .Leilneton.Ky ... v.. W.'.S T. P. A., Ashland, Ky Dap HARRISON, boxrOki Cumberland Junction City Marble&GraniteWorks; JUNCTION CITY, KY. Have just erected a new Marble and Granlle K. R. Double Daily Schedule, 1h Klfect i Louiiyjll July 17, i$9i. IVlyllVly A M. T. nVr D'fy KnotviUe r .. M ? Jo 1) 701 neveriy..... K. ... V t. J4S A V "S t? t. nusii, 111 " REAL ESTATE AGENT J. K. H-IIiTCS- Stanford, "a General Merchandise. ev-e- tt(ras 'oj ,t, WIIXAW 3IOREUND, for and -- i.ie J. . S;-iy- rs BRUCE & YEAGER, C-- 1 FIRST NATIONAL BANK South-easter- n Capital Stock Surplus 5200,000 20,000 Watertight and Ice - Co. e. first-cta- w ". JL Give tlicnt a Call. Rlue-Grai- G' ''" NOETE or ianS3Tf three-fourt- of Yearly Water 1 Electric Light Rates. Double Daily Trains -- Prepared weu uentiemen, Chll-als- hand-shake- s, " P.kt.. w.... J... ' JESSE THOMPSON, r -' . JS .. w t .VjaWt.S!tjs) I 9M0riti(JmjS9 um& t I a. .skct- -