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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889100801 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 1889 $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. V'f fir3'rn3hjjWjW'-'i(- r Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVII. CHURCH STANFORD. KY. TUESDAY, OCTOF5FR 8, d889. CRAB ORCHARD, Interior Journal. NO. 68 AFFAIRS. The lovely weather of last week gave the farmers n chance to rush their small grain into the ground anil they took advaiitaeo of it The trial of Ivdes for cultinir War- rcn was to, come off .Saturday, hut was ' wme,.i. I. nawson, .i. again continued. Thc.partics seem yet Ifnir. .1 n I? I.. i.. i - . Dr. Frederick Unhaui.of Fairhaven. to hit wurllLi. fr,n n ..... ...... . ...... iiiu .IIIIUUI.l Ui IIIIS clerk. a "i"iuiin prcaciieo n IB tunfont, N. :t ( lluhblu) .Satin Knglo farewell sermon at the Presbyterian Mass., has Just celebrated his With biith-- ; seen in town .Saturday on each side, day, which was also his Mth year of his ' Citizens, nil this will do no good, come "IIU, '',)n" Jt,inht, judges; Hen Swope- - cliurch last Sunday week. He will to Canada, but not as a bank cashministry. He Ii:ih been with tho New, fairly ilown to the law .indict it he sot- - c''l'rk- , Kngland Conference since 1SJI and till tied thereby. Take It coolly, whether '''"rm'rsvilli James M. Carter, K. II. ier. (lilt) an aiinolntiiieut. Givcns. IihIl'ch: .1. IIJohn W. Petty, the oldest son of for von nr nontiiui v.... ,.nli.,L- - i,.,i. i Minn n .n,lli ". Joe M. Petty, died in Missouri last week. Hustonville-- 1.. ThoCuiidierl.indPresbytcriauehiireh H. Adams, John Tlio Crab Orchard Salt Co. have S. His father and mother, who had been added to Its membership dining the past suspended liidellnltoly from receiving Goode, judg.'s; J. M. Cook, clerk. GUARD" xjIIC, Highland -- A J. Henry, Henderson summoned by wire, were both with vear. iinon exam nation. KMrlKI. makiue: any more salts from tho nroducers on him when he died and brought his body here the entire membership 1(10,18.), divided account of the productions far exceeding B.iugh, judges; Charley Perry, clerk. Waynesburg-He- nry congregations, with 1,,'rX, min- their ability to dispose of them. They into Caldwell, Jr., for burial. Saturday afternoon while some tinisters, IMS licentiates and L'.'ll cnndiilat"H. have several thousand pounds accumu- Itubin Curtis, judges; .'rank Howard, ners were repairing the ton of tlm rnm-t- . Hev. George I'arnes, en route to lated and the production has reached a clerk. Kingsville bin southern home, will preach at tho point beyond the demand. Many of the Itobert Uiguey, Tipton house steeple roof, by some means tho fire from their lire pot set fire to the Christian church Thursday evening next furnaces will elmt down. The company Siuinis, judges; II. F. Parker, clerk. Crab Orchard -- W. I). Waldon, S. A. woodwork at the top and was soon fanat .1 n'cloi'k. A dispatch from him re- has been paying IS cents a pound for ned into a blaze by the wind. For a ceived yesterday says he will preach al- the salts and some furnaces make '200 to Mlddleton, judges; K. W. Jones, clerk. Walnut Flat J. M. Colley, W. A. time it looked rather squally and but for so at Waliiutta Tuesday night and at 100 pounds a week. The suspension tho daring efforts of Mort itothwell the tjincatcr Wednesday night. cuts oir considerable revenue, which Hail, judges; Hugh Seargent, clerk. -- Sum Jones, the evangelist, is reportmeans bread and meat for many poor ,The vote shall he by ballot and shall structure might have been destroyed. Col. I). It. Collier and son, William, ed to bo wry much broken in health as people-- , who depend on the business for commence and close at the same hours as the tegular elections. Democrats and are at home with Mm. D. H.Collier, who the result of overwork, and his physi- a living. cians have ordered hltu to cease all his Mr. Lenlch, having disponed of his minors of democratic proclivities, who is dangerously ill. Mrs. W. C. McFar- preaching and travel and take absolute interest in the drug store to K. W. will attain their majority by tho next land and Mrs. W. G. Dunlap have gone rest. The physicians deserve a voto of Jones, will return to Greenville, 0. Dr. August (.lection, shall be allowed to vote. to Mammoth Caj;e. Gen. W. J. Lan-drai- n went to Frankfort on professional Zeller will remain with us. J. it. llailey and the names of the voters shall bo rethanks for their thnughtfuliics. liusmess last week. Col. W. A. Hoskins A Methodist preacher named I)uran and wife and Mrs. J. A. Newland have corded in a The boxes eon. was arrested in Chambers couutv, Ala., returned, the former from tauisvillu and taininir the ballots shall be counted by is hero to visit the bedside of his sick and lodged in Jail, charged with pausing tho latter from Indianapolis. Dr. Coop- tlie ollicers and the number for each daughter, Mrs. I). H. Collier. Miss Dove At tho trial he er has returned from Washington. Mrs. candidate shall he certilled on the poll- - Harris is very sick with typhoid fover. counterfeit money. -- FORThe county committee of Garrard proved that tho money came from the I'cter Carmiuy is very low. Mrs. i. iv- - book ami returned on iiiuiifiiun iiif .tllill finished the nominations for county ofcontribution box at his church and that ingston has been very sick with plurisy day to the chairman of the county com of eight silver dollars deposited seven at her daughter's, Mrs. S. II. Pennington. mittee, who will with one or more of tho ficers by declaring Curt Robinson for hail proved spurious. He said (tod and Miss Ji.lo Livingston is with her. J. committee count and declare the re-"- " Sheriff, Tom Wherritt for clerk, Ren Dunn for assessor and Hiram Campbell the winners who passed tho coins were Iteynolds and Josh Wilson were carried T. D.Nkwlam), CIi'ii. lor school superintendent, the nominees I). W. Vandkvkkii, Sec'y. the only one who knew it and the cav by and got the benellt of the scaro at of the party. W. E. Walker for judge, (ittin Sulphur. A party from Pittsburg wnsdisuilted. . Nothincr but Solid Values rnnlmnt m, t t Hrnin.K. We were very much de Sam Hothwell for jailer and II. C. Kaufr-Hro. (.ihAi. told of a lady Sunday, a became so frightened when the accident or catch penny device to mislead the unwary is ever resorted to member of the congregation, who lived occurred that they jumped out of the lighted to have your hiwiness manager man tor attorney had been formerly thlS HoUSe. , We Stnrlv Hnv ..ui. r.;i, LU . ...uj .. nnrl wiiv less than half a mile from the court- windows and Mrs. M. C. Niel sprained witli us last Friday. The object of his nominated. This makes a strong ticket visit, so far as your correspondent was and one that will be elected. house and is a ubcrrber tothe Inthiiioi. her ankle severely. able to learn, was purely social, with TMNioTi Jot una i., who s.iid she did not know aJ"Um W WGWi fWWll MT. VERN0M, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. MT. SALEM. AJlULQ tlie exception of an intimation or two. meeting was to be held. that the present She must devote her entire attention to John 0. Kates died of typhoid fever, which was a little suspicious, that ho was Meshack Gentry iKiuuht a nalr nf Or a Dollar, and never directly or indirectly charge one customer for tho personal column. Notice of the on the 1st Inst., figed .'IS years. Ho on a political mission. However, be that worn mules at ?A). as it may, this county is chuck full of ouuiv.uuiiy ivc prciena 10 meeting was given nearly six mouths leaves a wife and 7 children, 5 boys and to another. F. L. Tliomtimiii. ..... .lnot ....lli ,.:., . jH friends of Ed and would gladly welcome ago and at intervals since and it is her 1! girls. Immense stock. Jack Adams' stand.! Look at the few figures named below on some Kldor S. A. Hutt has been conduct- him back again. Our fanners aro busily Go see. own fault if she remained in ignorance seeding and delivering their present of it. ing a meeting at the Itichards' school-hpim- o Mrs. Amanda llamsuy, a deserving' Itev. A: P. Cobb arrived on time and at nights for the just week; taddi- - crop of wheat to tho Lmcaster .Mill Co., wiuow, nas, tiirough theeirbrts of Gov. the long advertised meetiugal the Chris lions to date which has been under contract for some ueureapy, tian church began under favorable aus at ,r cents per bushel. Rev. T.J. back pay been granted n pension with time amounting to $700. -- The .standard Oil Company's stock Godby, who has charge pices Sunday night. Mr. Cobb is a clear of the McICen Ahorse belonging to Jell' Hansel,' and forcible sK'aker, with an attractive is stated at KW.OOO.OOO, dree in connection with tlm Shmfm-.- i while standing Of well known value, which are but . near tlie railroad track, In the third race at Latonia Satur- - church, presence and good dellvry and has faViW out and preached for us was lightened at a train and in attempt-- 1 ..;. vorably impressed tlio lanre crowds who way inrce norses leu niul Jockevs .MiiL'ee. Smulnv ..i'.,i,l .i ,, , ,,. 'ii"i utom cungroattended tho services, which are held at ..mun an.i waning were seriously injur- - gatiou was out to hear him and the mii- - ing to turn fell ami broke its leg. Twenty old fence mil lilies, includ10;30 a. and 7;1 r. t. Tho subject wl. vernal expression was. "pleased." Ho ing a Hint lock, in town Saturday at a The Sunreiiie Court of Iowa Imx . for discourse is "Th Model will commence a piotracted service Jin Young Man." The meeting will con dered u decision allirmiiig the constitu- .Monday evening, tlie Jth, at this place. beef schooling match. Strange to say, -- OFoni unit lock didn't gut any beef. tinue certainly till next Sunday and per- tionality of the prohibition law of that Messrs. S. S. Myers and Walter State. Hiram and John Hurd, brothers, haps longer. Allen Brown, colored, one of the ri- and .Miss Nannie Walter and others wero had a Hstieufl Saturday evening in which down to hear the initiatory sermon. The John was worsted, receiving a whack on Among oters at Marion, .Miss., was sentenced to No Anxiety Ahoit Hi:itsKi.t'. election returns hIiow that all the canditho side of his head from a pistol in Hi-- 1 the guests at an old lady's recent birth- - bo hanged November IS. Tho case will dates will get a fair. vote in precint No" ram's hands. bo appealed. I day party was her sn. As tho old lady Drunk. !. The prohibition lu,,ul" m t... m; aim uvrm lion. Iirotheis. was celebrating her centennial ami the as to tlie primary. .Mih8 counters for the sea- son was SO years old they m.ido a re- quarreled ovur n game of chance at Win-- 1 Mary '"uiuereni Briglit.of your citv. h.u been on n "' S 'f ,?ll ,'a can match these Chester ami tho former cut. the hitter's evening while ?" markable couple. The mother, in spite v i a week's visit to Miss Maggie Swinebroad. C tefore 'the 'fire-- 1 oods: and while of her years was so strong ami vigorous, throat, killing him. V I understand that Mr. Ben ...v. wwb oi.iuu.iiu n, Swopo re- place fainted and fell into the ,uiv.u in unoice ran styles at 5 cents per There are now .'J.W cotton mills in both mentally and physically, that it coals and ceived a telegram yard, 7c. seemed almost incredible that she had the South, where there were only '2 in Ixixington stating Saturda' evening from was dangerously burned before he could One full case of Heavy Chevoit Shirting at that his brother Jack-wa-s Do rescued. lhMJ. South Carolina heads the list with 5c a yard. rounded out a full century of existence, dauueiously ill. K. White and A lively chase was given tlie would- - Always the best IJrown or Reached Muslin for any stated price to be and her son had hvu absent from her lieotgla a good second. found in any retail store in Kentucky. Try it The negro, Stark, who llred into a sister, Mattie, aro making their relatives be mail and express robbers Sunday ' for several years. The meeting between u short visit at Iluslonvillo. and st;e if it is not so. The night near Ihuel Patch, hut they inan'-- l '.' them had been very aU'ectiouate, and church at .Mots I'oint, Ala., muidering they had ronnined clov to each other a man ami wounding his daughter, was W. P. F.IINton neglected to lock his aged to elude tlioir pursuers. It is during the son's stay. When the time killed ly a posse while hu was resiHtimr safe at Klliston Station and thieves tool: neven mey win no captured soon, as arrest. is badly scratched up on aceoniit of came for him to go' he embraced his . . At .Millerslmrg, Deputy Sherlli' Joe ftttO from it. r..n f M .1... mother, saying wistfully, "Well, mother, Paul Key, the negro who outraged a iiiuuuiii me man tioor ami tlie other Forsyth shot and seriously wounded SylI shall thought to bo wounded from shots tired I suppose this is tlio last time young whitegirl, was hiingat Fredericksat him as ho ran on tho uiglit of tho at- ever see you." The mother looked up vester Williams a diunken neirro who burg, Va., Friday. insulted some white ladle and then reJ115.1 tce'",with attractions for the season. W'n flicnlntr !,.- i. ijuickly and astonished. "Why, dear, .; t Four Mississippi merchants were tempted robbery. i: ". --- i"" sisted airest. ...v. u.rci jiiuia anuwii in oiaiuorci, and prices are absolutely Frank Prewitt, an what's the matter." she asked. "Don't bov burned to death as they slept in Lott's -- Folix lCanipf, of Kanawha, W. Va. beyond comparison for cheapness. on his way homo from school, exploded you fcol woll?" Boston Advertiser. restaurant at Winona, Miss. Tho loss accused his daughter of Htuitlini' inn Men's, Children's and Hoy's Hats and" Caps at scarcely half value. Wc a dynamite cap by scratching-i- t with Chaiincey Depew recently told a good Hat irons and attacked her with adaggur. by tho tiro was $:5o,000. bought them by the thousands and can sell them cheap or rive nail. Ho lost the half of ono Kngineer Twombley, whose drunk- story of himself. "When I was travel- Tho son interfeied and he stabbed them them away. '1 he stock of thumb, one linger and both hands wero onness caused the Kook Island wreck, ing to New Haven' on an accommoda- both to death. badly lacerated, portions of the cap goHo will bo ing Tho news comes from Kansas that has been held in tion," said he, "I thought that the whole through his hands. George Iliatt, a trieil for murder in the lirst degree. State of Connecticut hail its' attention although the election is a long time oil', little negro, had stolen a number of the r Chailes B. Pratt, an Alderman, fixed on the fact that I was to make a there is already outcronninir strain: omin- caps from .Mrs. Welsh's corn crib, where to the law scjiool graduates at sition to tho return of .Mr. Ingalls to tho church treasurer and trusted cashier, they wero kept for safety and had eiven ' speech was arrested at Meriden, Ct., for embezYale. When a farmer got on at a way united States Senate. them U the school childron, who llred ' Is .S?x nnd cl,eaPer tl,:m ever known. Men's and Hoy's Suits and During a desperate fight with con- zling over fIO.000. Ho confessed his some of them by building station and, after looking at me live mina lire and victs in Tulaski county, Ua., one of them K'lilt. I was not Chauncey Deutes, asked if throwing tho explosives into it. f"glc Snnnents at amazingly low prices. Our Coats $2.50 up. According to tlio weather crop liulle-in- , Heavy Pants for men 75c to Si. 25; Suits pew, 1 said to myself, "Here Is, an intel- was killed. Fivo escaped, but three -- Our friend, S. K. Kennedv. ...aster '.50 up, heavy for issued by the Signal Service Bureau. ligent son of an intelligent State. He is were recaptured. A guard's life was sav oftrainsontheO. N.. lenorts times '.... U In.tcr- tho greater portion of tho tobacco crop is no con- ed by two of the prisoneis. going or. to liearuiy speecn. anything you can name to wear that you don't find good and says ho is doing nicelv. It. E. l ,,crc 1S . The League base ball, season ended housed in Kentucky nnd Tonnesneo. r rtlt my impression by asking: "Are m our stock, cheap. tinued Blankets, Comforts, Spreads. &c. way down inompson snipped a car of cattle and; without material diunagefrom tho frosts von going up to New Haven?" but when Saturday. .New Yoik wins the champion can't tell much about it unless you drop in. The asin price. hogs to Cincinnati Saturday. J. J). 1 answered "Yes" he simply said, "Bao onship, with Boston two games behind. that have fallen. Hull'iind family, accompanied by Walksortment of -ball game, I suppose'.'" Chicago .'Id, Philadelphia ttli, Pittsburg er Higginbotliani and GmStotvait leave A Whalk's WKioiir. Nilsson remarks 5th, Cleveland (Jth, Indianapolis 7th and that the weight of tlio s . To the Voters of Lincoln County. Tuesday, for Sheiidan Lake, gieat Clrcenland seaMy IncniH throughout the count)' know I am n Washington 8th. The Association or right whale is UX) tons, or L'l'O.WX) Colorado; the former to remain, the latand cndomcincnt at son season will end Oct. 17. candidate for pounds, equal to that of SS elephants or ter on at. investigating tour. J. M. Primu-rthe Imuli of hi)' party at vm,c app'icliing Klcclioii for nllicc of Jailer, ai.tt I deem It "Thoroareneaily S,003,()00 colored 111) bears. Tlie whalobono in such a Williams is in Louisville as a witness in Is immense. Cheap 5 and to-ceDress Goods this season are beaupropct to ay to tliem th.it I ant preclitid from people in tlio democratic Southern coun- whale may be taken at .'I.IIOO pounds tlio I'.S. Court against Pivtou Ilullock, tiful and durable. It will pay you to look at them. The making an iuivi- - pergonal cartvuu from this time charged with having sto'ena mail pouch try, and they havo but ono member of and tho oil at from MO to 170 tons. The to the Primary 1. lection lor teveral rcatnm, which of the fossil w halo which havo ai Livingston two week since. nenr t hand mid tlie Congress to represent them," says Iho remains are thoc Circuit Court been found on the coast tof Ystad, in the jail 14 full of prioner frmii lhi county ami otlirr, Cincinnati Colnniercial Uazetto (Hop.) The farmer who strayH oil' Jiabitually to the There from tin lOgln-i- t charged with are nearlv 80.000 colnrml iu.ntl.i in Baltic, and even far inland in Wanga- - to town or elsewhere for mistime foes ' not ti,..u... lowest ; the Curt of Clalnu will lie In pause Westergothland, betoken a whale tm.i . . . . nmv week Thee thinun require mo to lie at the pott iiht .ji.iiu n viiitr. milli.i - llliv'fi linl .n which, although notjinoro than CO or 00 Interest in his work,' fnrin.ia " iu n " "! nu n., " mm. I. mi wiivj iri;rniiuiniiTi in I iiirtKtti r of duty! In addition to thit my brother Soc ha feet in length, must at least have had a bo dono and goes down to the dogs by Is given special attention. Hundreds of lovely Hats and Bonnets are btcn MricUcn down with paralitit nnd requirei them. N. Y. Kveiiing Post. body '.7 times larger ami heavier than sure degrees, loading a pinched and mis- displayed at scarcely half retrular nrice. all tho attention I cantpaioat liU livdtid. Fur ' "at ot tlio co.ni.ion or right whale. oraue lie on land that might have sup- - Our sole ambition is to make this JiL'rt.sneakimr of tlm l,,(l..,.,. thoc reaioii' I urge every friend I lute to come establisment in future in a plied him and his with moro than comto the Primary Klcction mid to urge every other over things by the presence of certain in- decireetlun ever the People's Headouarters for nil linno nf rrnic For I110rothan M years Jacob Jackson, petence. N. Y. nnd luppurter to vomo. I am aiking for an triend Tribune. dividuals)- -! known man so holy that j ft respectablo colored We conduct a general Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoe and Notion endorsement, that which it accorded to every man, who died in every time ho goes out huilimr vou can r,. 1. i,.ut ...... .1. i Dt.i oilier nun without oppotiiton, who is a candidate Stor and buy in enormous quantities for four large stores and can Bagff'a Cherry Oouffh Syrup. seo tho waves spray. i'Huuipli," mur- - earned in his moutli for a county oflico. If I have made .1 faithful ilv,.r rvi,.,. and do name prices that are lower than can be found in any retail Ik fflvinz irletidiil i?t tfanl. n to ih . tin - .I mo ,uiir appreciation of it ''by coming mured Jags, I know a man so profane! half dollar to charm :tho evil spirits thutalei re rotttively maive!oi, wiuhcan le ' House in Kentucky, out and giving me your support. Kj man can lie thatwhenovorhogoesnto crockery uway. Tll0 ,oin VV)1H r,m0Ved only nccounti'J for in m tthcr way . ept that It n nominated if Ins fritndt stay at home, I will without doubt the Lett qp the market. Ask Tor store, you can hear tho glassware.-'-Noanil for your votes, think ycu for comine whon ,,0 0 his meals. It was worn .ndboiureyousettUscnulne. Weleepit. A. T I jj Samuki. M. Owkns, orJcIIcrnUl T -perfectly smooth. K. l'ciin, Dtuggiit. vju til-Ill- Oodby will preach nl Me- o'clock Sunday evening, Two of tho oldest men in tho county gave tlmnkHat tlio sacramental sciviee nt tho Christian church Sundayfor tlio bread, James II. Warren, 8.', and for the .1. Hev. T. Kinney at Jl Primary Election. ' utnunoitM, UAHRARD COUNTY. .1 At a meetlmr f r MviiivtiiiiM mittee, held at Stanford, Oct. .rth, tho I Mrs. Mary Harlow, an old lady on following olllcets were appointed to hold tlie Wt'Ht s'- died at the age of "Oyears the primary election in their precincts, ,,l8t vm)k' uiocji uenijy and "Toad" West are " tl,,! iist Sll''ford, No. 1 and L- '-, ,1. 1". bynn and a,,u,1,"K the teachers' meeting at Ham- u - """""'i judges; W. A. Trihhlo, iiion college, Lexington. ,i. ,.,! - ltl j THE BATTLE WAGES HOT l '- . " '' ... i . "OLD OTITERS in Invincible and - (. Ready Fop The Fray! THE GREAT Bargain Sto: lit STANFORD a Regular poll-boo- Arsenal of Ammunition The FALL CAMPAIGN. ,i-o.- .. I br Spo TTnw TlWi W " cuit IUI ft - ijivi STAPLE ARTICLES -.. - i i. Winters to the matchless array 1 Hit-har- , Splendid Bargains ,,c iwh a tow:. ,n I I "j fcl0" 1 cr .. 1 ;!Hat & Shoe Departments t- 'i;t his-linge- r ' CXO'itJfc'JLXJriL srcely I m to-da- DRESS y GOODSD otfi-ns- ein SVIiilinery i Department u-l- I . rmr ..,.,,. I Q r, PO"7f7"Tn"R.Q .wtwjij.u fin wuauxuiu. wv,, . ta-- & A'atirtoiMljIaaiAA'ijs -- 'Hfyyiy'-'" -- t - s" " JJf;1- -. p,v I . r Tho business failures in tho United Winch i srun has a section of street car speak of. Tom States for tho nine months ending with track, but no cub to St'uati had a charier passed by tho last September numbered 7,670, an increase lelrislRturc, givfiie him tho right to build of 329 over tho same time ia'sl year. Tho Ky , October 8. 1SS0 a street railroad in that growing city. .It liabilities are over 10 per cent, greater. Stanford Tho h. & N. announces n special was to expiro on tho Oth of tho month, but Mr. Smart was under tho impression round trip rate from Louisville to Dalian, CV. P. WALTON. that it hold till Nov. Oth. Ho got home Tex., Oct. 15, 10 and 17, of S23.40 on acon the night of the 5th and learning his count of the Texas Exposition there. AT-tliu mistake he had the city council called Tickets returning will be good until Oct. Tiiehk is moro rottouncss to squnro inch in ttiu Statu of Ohio than in together and after getting permission put iUst. once. In the Calumet A Hecla Mines at any other epot on tliu face of God's green 50 men to work by electric light at IIo borrowed rails and ties from railroad Houghton, Mich., a miner accidentally earth. The present campaign is bringrailstruck a can of dynamite with his pick, ing St out in great al ulcus, which threat- men and now has a section of street saving his charter. Tom causing an explosion which killed two deluge Foraker and his crowd. In road built, thus en to road men, fatally wounded two more and inIds speech in Cincinnati a few nights is hustler, but ho must have that we ourselves of e in running order by tho time tho editors jured a number of others. since, Campbell, the democratic Congressman Glover, of St. LouN, will lose his he for governor, read a letter tluit pro- meet in Winchester, or will oppose Senator Vtut for the U. S. a Bunsation even in that wicked reputation as such. duced Senatorship. Mrs. Glover's mother died city. It was from Topp, Chairman of tho This from the Ixniisville Commercial recently leaving her over S1,000,000 and Hoard of Public Works, appointed by is unworthy of tho man who is supposed is we it is said she will spend money liberally Foraker, to a city contractor. It reads to edit tho paper: 'is too stock of $oods we for her husband's success. as follows: "Please- mako out your bills .A'ew Goods "Until I looked into tho statistics of Go When the Buckuur Rifles reached n for gravel SI a yard and you pav mu our trade with SouthAmerica I had no Harrodsburg on their return from liar-- ; drawback of 25 cents a yard in cash. I idea." Interviowof Hon. J. B. McCrea-r- Ian, last week, they inarched to the ceiii- - j bought your gravel wry cheap and it is in New York paper. etery and fired a parting salute over the j fairly worth to tho city SI. Send them Right you nre, James. That's what grave of their dead comrade, Me Feat, and I will 0. K. we all believe. to mo at u ruu who was accidentally killed while to to thorn." Foraker responds that Topp is "Wo all" do not believe any such troops were m camp. u a Get goods no crazy and that ho has known it for somo thing, nor do we think the editor of the week, goes time, yet ho has made no move to dis- Commercial is such n monstrous fool as wn place him. There is too much method to believe it. I eseTC. obeyed. U7'0 UCUlg built this year on tho 214 lines under in bucIi madness and Little Breeches Cllts U I'C C in IK) States and territories. CVCl'U llieilt ', '7)01 US a. Hn.MKi: Pm.scK, who has for two years will find it hard to make people believe Georgia heads the list with 2!tS miles money be that his nhow of indignation is real. For- presided with marked ability as editor Washington comes next with 214, while JV fo old. a. of the Ilopkinsvillo Daily New fraud of the first feather. aker is a of Nei Kentucky shows up with U57. Km, has retired anil James It. Wood, qi Corona, bound from The Meainboat republicans, who brother of Hunter Wood, tho owner of The we opened uoiu. e New Orleans to the Ouchita river, with hunof the party few compose the better element the paper, will return to his first love, goods of cases of Dry Goods, a full list of passengers, exploded her .Boots, Shoes, conference in in Virginia, held a which he left to go into the revenue serCaps, buy last week, and arraigned the little vice, and of which responsibility Mr. boilers near Ambroth, 150 miles above you boss in tho most unequivocal terms. Harrison lias kindly relieved him. Mr. New Orleans, and sank instantly. Thir Talk about Bargains, wo will Givo you such Values as will Open your Eyes with Astonishment. Wo people perished and many others Among other things they declared that Prince will no doubt find other newspaare too busy to namo prices. Not alone do wo give such Immense Bargains, but wo also givo you impossible for tho Nor- per work, as ho is too good a man at tho were injured. The boat was valued at Mahone made it a Ticket with every Dollar's worth of Goods for a Chanco on a $200 Organ, which wo cive away $;50,000. folk ticket to be elected; that he has de- business to remain out of it. during Christmas week at the LOUISVILLE STORE. The railroad hridgo across Tate's ceived tho Republican National CommitThe result of the elections shows Creek, near Lexington, is to be 280 feet Main St., 91. SALINGER, tee by false pretenses; that his plan of o is both hateful and tyrati-ica- Washington and North and South Da- high, or one inch higher than the organization bridge on tho Louisville Sou them. that ho has driven from the councils kota hopelessly republican, but MonRobert IVrkin", a voting n.an who seems certainlv to have elected With the High Bridge on the Cincinnati of tho party tho ablest men in it; that he tana decisions of Toole, democrat, for governor, and by Southern this will give Kentucky three lived at Rowland, dust Sunday of conlias refused to abide by the sumption. tho republican party in National Con- tho way, he is a Kentuckian, together ottlio highest structures of the kind in Mix. John Duncan, of Xorwood.died will add two more the world. vention assembled, and that he has for with a legislature that Hon. Thomas H. oods, appointed Tuesday of typhoid p i u n tin i Somer of tho democratic U. S. Senators to tho list. feited the right to the confidence set Republican Notwithstanding this, the republican Chief Justice of Mississippi by Gov. people of Virginia. m of Mr. Stage;, ry, is a brother of Dr. John I). Woods, for Congress was elected by a tiic old. printer. The new for bv the the genial The Civil Service law, although advo- mninrifviif- l.iiOO.i i "jv..-- . .., . be pleased, to ...:,:.... inni i.!.. cated by Harrison while he was Senator unpopularity of the democratic candi iini'i j Usui, t; in mu must . inniu?iiiK i.. and, new ycr of tho Meridian bar. He is a native republican platform, uate. a. and endorsed by the ...iu rtdiiii c ii iin niii iu of Barren county.' Ky.. and an uncle of .... .... ....:..' is as flagrantly ignored by the present iiTiinLM uvun ai the talented editor of thoGlusgow Times. administration as if it was not on the r that the democracy will nominate Louisville Times. statute books. In the railway mail serCleveland for president in 1SU2 and Five weeks ago Mrs. Mary Gain at vice, which is now under civil service way by Oils,-Schoo- l that "he can see no possible Books, there have already been 2,4114 dis- which Mr. Cleveland can be defeated." Bridgeport, N. Y swallowed her false rule, Clevelow teeth. She had siidercd untold agony, missals, while during the whole of Tfie judge demonstrates his sagacity in a, good, land's term, when the law was not appli- this remark and proves that he is as and been reduced to a skeleton, when to do the surgeons, as a last resort, placed her cable to that branch of the service, but good best workman-lik- e is an upright and a prophet as he under chloroform, cut into her. stomach 1,099 changes were made for all- causes, Very jurist. repub- incorruptible and removed the teeth. The operation including 703 resignations. The lican party is the party of spoils and to The Louisville Post is a good paper, was successfully accomplished and she get them no law is allowed to stand in but in its'ellbrt to issue a double mini-- ' is in a fair way to recover, its way. ber it should not use the same matter on more than ono page. Friday's issue The Rev. iieorgo Washington Hatton, had dozens of articles used twice in the of Cynthiana, n colored divine, has given same number. Boiler plate matter would up his sacred calling for the menial but be better than that, if your union print-er- s llnoh Kcrphtu, Short Hand, Trlrqmphv.Xe. tl rite or Cataliyue and full liiiiriiMilliiii. L 1 VIIIOWIB I U I V IhLafeq IV T more lucrative ono of janitor of the would allow it. House. This is a Louisville Custom The Mayor's order closing the gamvery small plum to drop from the rich o man's table into the mouth of the poor bling shops in New Orleans, which plied pert-oas boldly as if it were le- their business negro, whose vote elected the who presides at it, but oven small favors gitimate, caused two of the gamblers tO( are thankfully teceived by tho race, commit suicide. If a few more of such which is in as much bondage politically gentry would follow suit, tho world would be none tho worse for it. as it used to be physically. Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal A DESPERATE -- C'U'fc'tJLn.s At this stage cTHE LOUISVILLE STORED the season candi-''dat- find FEARFULLY OVERSTOCKED And most inconvenient all the our store therefore . actually limited space of small for the large Must Down; and as it must put up with, as handle; y Put-in-Ba- y TXlX,' 1 Requires More than Talk to Move 'Em .!. ti.o'Ji'. Anti-Mahou- o Kicli-mou- d, nsny has issued positive instructions each department miss " sales uder ny consideration. the out, matter withjnt fi"' oips," his edict in general and this yi'lUfi instructions Strictly pei'atc being Iliad ill prices in depart visit this and your time and will not wasted, stork or odds and ends, hut grand assortment at lower prices, mark, the term, Lower Prices, than same suutao nay oener in ocanfora. the last weeis dreds new in Clothing, JIats, Carpets, JrunJts,$c. Don't visit our store. until ty-si- x Stanford. l; Ty-ron- Manager. j J te ' -- - - 0 :...:.:.. Jfavinrf purchased, the interest Twill conauct business at the stand, where J shall supply the wants of all former patrons from . - Gro-ve- i Paints, Full Stock of Drugs and Silverware at first-class-goods. ! - Wall Paper, Jewelry prices, for Jeweler, ready watch I have and jewelry repaiis in the style. respectfully, W. B. MoBOBEETS. J BRYANT & STRATTON Business College O If f SEW FURNITURE STORE! MAOT HUFFMAN PBIM,, Mo MiLTPMiry, MERCHANT TAILOR Is Receiving His f' I flints and take fresh courage. Constitutional prohibition was adopted by a small majority in North Dakota last week. It is a long lane that has no turning, to The editor of the Louisville Truth, Mr. be sure. JJenjamin Ridgely, is a great big, jolly, NEWS CONDENSED good natured fellow, who does not beThe Kansas City elevated railroad lieve in striking a man when he is down. Cain attacked has failed for a million of dollars. The other day Col. John Bessie F. Graham has been appointhim for something ho had said in a facetious way about him in the paper and ed postmaster at McAfee. Mercer county. Three men were killed and nine inendeavored to use his cane, but Mr. Mm down and sat on him jured by a mine explosion at Red Jacket, llidgely threw till mutual friends removed tho seat. Mich. It whb thought that Connecticut Tho colonel will never bo guilty of a' would defeat prohibition yesterday by again. like indiscretion Tho British steamer Farnmore founFatiiek Bo vle, ii Catholic priest, has just been sentenced to death at Raleigh, dered at sea and U8 of the 115 persons on N. C, after a sensational trial for the her found watery graves. ' old girl, whom he enGen. B. L. Faulkner, convicted at rapo of a 10,000. The Iowa Supreme Court has rendered a decision which will be received with gratification by everyone who has suffered the tortures of a charivari. A young man shot ono of his tormentors to death and was sentenced to seven years for it, but tho higher court ruled that the killing was justifiable and ordered tho release of the prisoner. The court is right. The average man or boy who goes into the charivari business deserves to bo shot and killed too. The Louisville Commercial says that Mr. Edward L. Davison, Jr., of the Fost stair, will leave for the mountains this week to take charge of tho I'ineville Messenger as editor and manager. He is spoken of very highly as an FALL AND WINTER GOODS, Give him a Trial 0sVsSssTsnvLs9sVBKSir''VH'' - yiy"Hg.."y c-- jEw- - " Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, newspaper man. The prohibitionists can pick their The Great Remedies di-a- ! K1JET' SPKCIFIC cure all Mood rnich su Scrofula, U'lcrr. I'imptu, Ulcerated Throat, White Swelling, Syphilitic dieae in all iti stagci, Nccrirtit, A'c i'rice Jt cr bottle. U the mom plraiant to take n( ail the Iron tonic MAVIS' IHON HITTERS It curei Dynpcpsia it civet a Iceen appetite, eiinchc the hlcod, regulates the liver nd imparts new energy to the muiclri and nervous i I'rice St prr bottle. (SATMiWS WORM SVRUJ' Is nude of the bct worm killers and epeller known to the medical profession and therefore recommend itself It is pleasant to take, safe and reliable, I'rice ?5 per bottle. GAII.1FPS MAGNETIC I'H.LSfnr all Liver Complaints, Impaired Ingestion, Sick Headache, Ac. Acts as cathartic. I'rice at cents per boi. Manufacturtd and lor sale to the trade by the Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will bo as low as such goods can be bought in the cities. Givo me a trial and you will be con' vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. WILLIAMSBURG DRUG CO., Williamsburg, Ky. A. C. SINE. Bo Ke WEAEEI9 Dealer In " J.N.MENttl'EK Furniture and Undertakers' STANFORD, KY. SSanMSlBSSSSSSIKSSSMWSBSSSSlHSSSSSSMa Goods! SINE & IYIENEFEE -- Dctlers In- - ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, Iv $ ticed into his study. Reports from the various places that ho has lived show him to bo a very bad egg, using the livery of Heaven to enable him to raise money to bo spent in riotous living with harlots. The Owensboro Messenger has increased its size to :12 columns, making it ono of the largest as it is ono of tho best dailies in tho State. Urey Woodson seems to have a gold mine in the possession of n newspaper property in ono of the most enterprising towns in the StaUs. Buffaloof makinga false bank report, was sentenced to seven years imprisonment. The stable and lumber mills of O. S. Coleman, at LnCrosse, Wis., were destroyed bv lire. Fifty lioises were burned. SASE, DOORS Mouldings, FATEITT LntliH, Shingles, Etc., The Largest, Cheapest nnd licst Assorted Stock of Wall Paper, Border, CclliiiKccoratloiiH and Window Shades Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is full and complete. We call special attention to our Tho best Casket of the kind over invented. Brackets and Scroll Work, WZRE ATTD SLAT FB1TCE, Cedar and Locust Posts. first-clai- i.KTD BkUSHOS FE nTDESTRXrCTlBIiE BUB1IAI1 CASKET, Embalming under the most approved method when desired. J. 0. McClary, Salesmen and Embalraer. W will carry a full stock of ever tiling found In a s Lumber Yard, A. C. SINE, Ilusitiesi Manager, ;, During tho last three months there have been issued 19,(100 certificates of original pensions against 8,703 for the same time in 18S8. Four men were injured nnd I.ady A House in which you can find Gay, a trotter, valued at $13,000, was iDIRTTQ-Q-ISkilled in a freight wreck in Fast St. Louis, last week. In Brompton cemetery, London, DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, The county committee met Saturday, with an area of 28 j acres, there havoi way of but failed to change the ballot ou years FANCY ARTICLES, &0. voting at tho primary or to fix some test been bunco within less than 153,0(54 bodies. as to a man's democracy. Tho proceedPhysicians prescriptions accurately compounded. Near Lexington, B. F. Lowe assault ings with tho list of officers appointed to , ed his Fthelbert I). BowAny of the above goods exchanged for Country Produse. hold tho primary election, Oct. 10, ap-- ( ings, and was stabbed to death. Both elsewhere in this issue. pear j were farmers. Wo do a strictly Cash Business and our prices are tho LOWEST. THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES', d Tho smokeless powder that Austria A Mississippi woman fell into a Como and see what wo can save you CL"CKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. and when she was rescued a ten-- is using makes such a earful smell that Ever bronchi to this market. I'ncci lower than was entangled in ncr nus-ti- it will havo to be abandoned. At a repound catfish the lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry He. Her husband wanted to set her cent practice shooting several men faintpaired on sliortjnotlce and warranted, Next door to Portman House. from it. Stanford, Ky. again, but she woul d not consent.Kx. ed Just What is Needed ! A Mo T Dry &oods and Notions, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, Glassware, &c. PENOT & "iSSSSlBSSSSISssssss JEWELER. rWfi VvvWrM x. Groceries, yuivyt-(SMswssssaKs brother-in-law- fW) H"oj. tt v"?1 ft mill-pon- 1 e. JONES BROS., x ti .SM k .. " -- friy Tim L .Vy -- y' . iJfcfeaLafc;Sfci3 EHj hl&j , .4wj 4JkjWv v S y Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Stanford, Ky., Octohku U.p. walton, 8, 1889 well to Ixmit, between my house nnd the Nkw lot of jewelry nml watches just Methodist church, n silk inulllur. Find-- , received. W. B. McKoberts. er will bo rewarded by returning to Mrs. A wv nui! it ulii'fit drill will (If) W. X. 1'otU. PUBLIC SAIE. : Stanford Female College J. FALL SESSION OPENS SEPT. HI. HUBBARD, A. 31., Faculty of Trained Teachers. Excellent Hoarding Department. Thorough. Full information given on application bus, Mana(;er son of Mr. and Ouu fall stock of millinery 1ms arrived Mrs. II. J. Darst, wnfl thrown from n nml wo cordially Invito tliu Indies to call horso Saturday ogahiBt n stuiupnndqpito and examine it. Courts & Cox. painfully injured. Wm. I'., boo me. I. M. Hruce. On Tuesday, Nov. 5, 1889, I wilt tho icll My Farm of 336 Acres, And entire lot of Stock, contitting of .... In- - m 2, 1880. President. Instruction Discipline Strict. w. Is" I Jp .1 ., . '" 4 I- - ' A Lf ' t "f tj Ouu elegant lino of cloaks and wraps The rainfall for September was 4 518 40 Head of Jack Stock, 40 Head of Horses, for inspec- inches, leaving tho deficiency for tho will be open CoMK and settle your account. A. K. havonrrived and year 10.77 inches, according to tho aver- CoixUnng ptlnclpally of lltooJ Mates and Includtion Wednesday. Owsley A Craig. IVany. m m ing in y fine n.alllon, O.N TIME. AIo all oiber Watch ks and Jewelry retmired and Tin: large sale of stock nnd other valu- age of tho last 17 years. Mock ncLcita ry to carry on a larm, iniludiUK crop and rrmluK utcn.iti. warranted. A. H. Penny. Si.yi.ish suits nindu to order by John Ycrmi All niini under Jio cash ; over (hat able property belonging to tho late H. Vouu account is ready, please call anil amouut nrgolUble note will be uken payable in -:-W. Olvens will occur next Thursday. H. Craig & Son, with Wnnnmakcr it 4 inon.liv w ih 6 per cent, inl real. I.ndH cah A Stngg. settle. Mcltohcrt witli nnd a Hrosvn, Philadelphia, and Drowning, and balance In 01 .ule. yeanI.KVI 6 pir cent. !u Thk best place to buy drugs, patent See nil. HUllllI.K, tcrri from daf 63 Shelby City, Ky. King & Co , New York, at $20, mcdiciucH and toilet articles 1h at A. It. Cam. at Higgins A MeKinney's and I'ellliv's. o to $75 and overcoats at $15 to $00. Uuy your Hcbool hooka, ink, tablets, see their'line of heating stoves, grates, To 27H-Satisfaction guaranteed or no sale. paper, penclU and school supplies' of all coal-hodfu, before making REPORT OF THE CONDITION kinds from A. It. lVnnv. OK Tiiiciti: was a fair crowd in town yesteryour purchases. . day, but ft was a dull court so far as THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, PERS3NAL POINTS. Hkavy frosts havo occurred tho last business was coiu'erncd. Three cows AT STANFORD, threo nights; that of yesterday morning and a en If sold at auction for $25 aud Da. Hno.VAUmi was not so well yesteralIn the State of Kentucky, at the ciote of business being the heaviest of tho season. Ice day. for'the former nnd $11 for the latter. Sept. ;o, 1889 weather bom a i,. John Cowan Is still alive, but so formed and the Co The auctioneers, aio still on u strike RESOURCES. aspect generally. very low. against tho license fee. '331, ;6j 56 Loans and discounts mmm Mh. G:o. W. Wki.ch, Sh., of Danville, S. L. Powkih A Co., tell tho story of II a '.99 85 to Dallas, Tkxah. Tho Overdrafts, secured and unsecured is very ill. 50,000 to cheap prices nnd fair dealing in this is- Queen A Crescent Kouto will sell excur- U S. ltonds 10 secure circulation Mu. ami Mas. I.. A. Kauris have re- sue and propose to continue it If it takes 41,100 00 Other stocks, bonds and mortgages. sion tickets to Dallas, Texas, at one fare Duu from approved reserve agents. moved to .Somerset. ".939 97 Head what they say and be all wint'-r- . , on Oct. 0, tickets Due Irom other National Ranks..., for tho round-trip4S3 74 .Mui. A. W. Carpenter returned from news in future good prepared for oven bettor 339 33 for return until Oct. til. Full par Due Iroru State Ranks and Hankers Louisville yesterday. 8,900 00 issues. Real estate, furniture ticulars on application to agents of tho Current expenses and and fixtures I)n. W. II. I'kn.ny nnd K. 0. Walton 01 t.ixes pajd My jeweler, Mr. 15. Dunks,, has ar- Queen A Crescent System. l'remiuins paid, 49S 77 went to Ijulsville Saturday. mm 1,536 71 Checks and uthcrcasli items is rived and is ready to wait on any who Mn. M.I). IlAi:i)tN,of Month-olio- , Of it usual quota of reading matter is Hills of other Hanks. 43 00 wish anything done in his line. Ho is visiting his sou, Mark llanliu. considerably abridged by tho encroach- Fractional piper currency, nickels and Mite. Kmma Jokkh and sou Kd have re- also an exert engraver nnd will do that ments of tho advertiser, but wo will dou.., 6 46 cents kind of work at very reasonable rates ble up Friday and as often thereafter ns Specie turned from n visit to Richmond. a,? 00 Legal tender notes .. 4,510 00 Miis. II. HfifiNd and Miss Kliw W. II. McKoberts. occasion requires. Our press nnd other Redemption fund with U. S, Treasurer llotit, of Somerset, are visiting here. facilities are not surpassed in tho State S percent, ofcircuation 1,15000 Ii hk. A dispatch from Versa!!' .1.8. Yol'mi and wife, of Highland, says that the residence of Henry D. outside of Louisville, nnd no amount of Total (471,367 63 leave for Kansas to visit relatives. White,i near there, rnnirht fire from n advertising shall interfere with the duty Mn. H. C. Tollaki), of .the Itluo Grass L1AHII.ITIKS. burned. Most of tho we owe our other patrons. m m Hedge Co,, is hero to serve our farmers. defective tine and Capital stock paid in ?i5yo no saved. Lrss $1,500, fully were Coi'rt op Claims. After Judge Var-no- n Surplus fund Miis. Mi'iiinv and Mrs. J. S, Hughes contents 15,0011 covered by Insurance uot through with his regular, busi- Undivided pn.fili j,i 19 jo returned from Hock Castle Springs Iri-daNotes outstanding 4; 000 00 freight tralllc on this division of ness in tliu County Court yesterday, National Hank Tin: Individual deposits subject to check.... 116,412 Mnw .I knnik My tat fell down stairs a the L. A N. is simply immense and with which incluik'd the probating of the will Due to other National Hanks. e,478 95 few days ngo and soverely spraiuetl her it.s present stock of engines tho compa- of Allen Iteazley, who leaves his life inDue to State Hanks and hanker 1100 ankle. "6 06 ny finds it hard to keep it moving. The surance policy in tho Kentucky Gran- Notes and bills 10,000 00 Mn. S. K. of linllatin, is visit- local freight Saturday bad tobo abandon- gers' institution of $2,000, and other ef" Special loan W, M. ed o give place to more important fects to his wife, Mrs. Mildred A. IJeiw Total $471,367 63 ing his parents, Mr. ami Mrs. STATB OF KENTUCKY, ( ley, nnd appoints her his executor, the Ijuikey. j " Indus. County of Lincoln, magistrates came in nnd the Court of Mits. M. .SAi.iMiKiiis buck, after a couabove I, John J.McRoberts, Tin: Somerset papers announce the ad- Claims win convened. Thobo present Hank, do solemnly sueur cashier ofthe above named ple of weeks' visit to her father in statethat that vent of a bo into the family of John S. were C. Brown, Charles Boone, M. II. ment is true to the lxt of in v know odRe and beMckOIIKKIh lief. JOHN J Miss Maiiy Nki.i, n lovely young lady May. The mother was Miss Sallie Thur- Gooch, John Ellis, J. A. Chappell, J. O. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5th day W M. IIRIOHT. of this county, nnd her friends Neal.John Bailey, George W. Carson, of Oct , 189. from Coltimhia, has been visiting Miss mond, Correct attest. will be iuterexted to know that she and Hugh Seargent, J. K. Lynn, M. S. Has-titiortio (.irmly. S HoiKHK, , ") J. W. Haviicn, I Diirectors. They will likely be in pession sev .Iihin A. Itowmt, Inte of the I'urkiiville the baby are "doing well." The young J j I'. Mill, eral days. Nuns, and mall clerk till Harrison fired ster weighed It! pounds. mmm him, is in town. .No, ."JOD-- l Tin: I'eland rase, after occupying tho MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Miw. Ci.khhkiison and daughter, Mrs. Danville, nnd after n juItEPOUT OF THE CONDITION court a week at W. (). Sweeney, of Lineatr, Msned That rankest of suckers, Robert ltay ry had wrestled with It i!l hours, ended back from Louisville yihti'idiiy. in a verdict of $100 for tho plaintill' Hamilton, is now seeking a divoice from Sin K.MiiHT It. M. Jackson, of BANK, against all tho defendants save A. C. the woman who played him so success- LINCOLN NATIONAL joined tho Stanford Knights and all Carman, who was nc(uittcd. This is fully. AT STANFORD, started to Washington Saturday. Wnrren Stoner, of Uourbon, nnd In tho State or Kentucky, at the chxo of business, 1100 more than was awarded Mr. Feland Mil A. fiiiiANBKY, of the Miss Jennie Fox, of Mt. Sterling, eloped Sept. 30, 1S89. juat the last trial and it was tho fourth Store, was hero yesterday helping tho case. Tho verdict to Cincinnati and were married at the ry to consider tho RKSOURCLS. clerks dispose of dead loads of goods. $311,438 6a Loans and discounts will bo nccepted and the long nnd tire- Pnlni'u Hotel. Mn. S. S. .Mv Kits went to Ixmisvllle Win. C. Fntlicott, Jr., son of the Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 5Eoa 66 some Buit will end. . yesterday to attend the Masonic Grand 50,000 00 late secretary of wnr, was married nt U. S. Rends to secure circulation Due from approved reserve agents ".3S4 aS Jxxlge, which convenes this morning, Oot His Makr. About n year ngo, Mnss., last week, to Miss Louisa Due Iroin other National Ranks '7.363 3' Kuv. Jok A. Mc.noay arrived Sunday Hnrvo Vnmirwlulo Mole n mnro from Tlioran, a rich nnd lovely woman. Real estate, lurniture and fixtures 7300 00 thereby furnishing occular deinoustm-tio- u Win. Arnett, of I.nKue county, nnd Hold Mr. John von Grinigan Pfarrcr, a Current cspenscs and taxes paid 16981 . that he is not a dead man bv a jug her to his brother .Sam in Merier. He widower, and Miss Bertha Hofer, both l'remiuins paid 4,000 00 ' 00 full. itfterwardrt (dole her from him nnd sold from Switzerland, were married nt the MIW of other Hxnks currency, nickels uud Mns. It. W. Gainks, accompanied by her u wcond time, W. L. Diflhon, of this Court house by Judge Vnrnon last Fractional paper 69 87 cents .t... her daughter, Mrs. II. M. Iiullou, of county, becoming tho purchaser iilrout week. Specie 7,000 eo 6,000 op aru visiting relatives in Jshclbv-vill- the firtt of August la.it. Since Mr. Dinh-o- n The wife of.Hlufe Myers, who eloped Legal lender notes bus had ier nlie dropped n flno mule from Peerless, W. Vn., with Miss Silby, Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer, 5 per cent of circulation 2,15000 Boyle Giu. Boyi.k, of tho D.invillu eolt. Tho other day Mr. Arnett, having pursued the guilty couple, shot tho wo .4454,478 J6 Advocate, was tho only newspaper muti traced hemp, ouiio nnd proving proper-ty- , man nnd let the husband oil' witli a Total LIAHILITIKS. .v!:o honored us with his presence yesMr. Dishon turned her over to him. tongue lashing. ssoo.'joo 00 Capital stock paid terday. a, 000 00 The thief is now in the penitentiary, A story of the killing of a Hatfield-McCo- y Surplus Fund ia,o ia That clever young trader, Mr. W. M, having been pent only last week for a couple nml the clergyman who Undivided profits 45,ooo 00 McCormack. ami his pretty bride, Mis mmilnr oIIoiiho committed in Christian Wits performing the marriage ceremony State Hank Notes outstanding Individual deposits subject to check.... 136,031 06 Mollie Kub.uiKs, attended church here county. Is teleirraphed from Jamboree, in Pike Due to other National Hanks 31,44081 Sunday. 16,583 jo Due to State Hanks and Hankers To the Tax Payers or Lincoln Coun- county, but it is not believed. Mth. J. W. Sai.i.ki: is visiting her sisMr. J. K. Jones, a very excellent Total $434.47 56 deputies will be in ter, Mrs. Craig Lynn, near Stanford, who ty. lor one my STATK OF KKNTUCKY, Saturday, September '28th aud young gentleman of this vicinity, left ( County of Lincoln, has been ipiite sick for several weeks. Saturday October -- Mb; Milledgevllle, yesterday forSt. Joseph, Mo., where he I, John II. Owsley, cashier of the aboved namnd Kepoiter. Soi"r3ut solemnly swear that theabose statement Hank, October 5th; Moreland Friday, will wed Miss Ludie, tho accomplished is true do the best of my knowledge and belief. to Gov. Jamks II. McCitEAKY, our popu- Saturday daughter of Col. James Dysnrt, in a IOHN II. OWSLKV. Ca.tller. MeKinney Friday, October lar and excellent Congressman, was with October ISth; Subscribed and sworn to before me this jth.day Store Saturday, October 12th; few days. Our heartv congratulations orient., 1680. his coustituunts hero yesterday, who are 11th; Fry's I V. M.IIRIGIIT.N. I'. L. C Wnynesburg Saturday, September '2Sth nro herewith sent in advance. always glad to take him by tho hand. Correct attest: Dr. Joseph U. Graham, Into of this 1Mb; Highland ") J F.. Lynn, Mn. Gkoikik II. IIakdin, mail clerk on nnd Saturday, October U. S. physician nt tho Directors. S. I. F.MBKY, October 12th; Stanford, Crnb Orchard county, but now S. II. Shanks, J tho K. C, has gono to Louisville with Kingsville every Saturday in Sep- Lower Brnlo Indian Agency, Dakota, tho view of getting n run on tho Knox- - and October. Tho now revenue was married in Lexington Inst week to ville llrunch and Mr. II. G. Alford is tember nnd a lovely young lady, REPORT OP THE CONDITION law ndds (J cents to every dollnr of tax Miss Mollie Maher, working in his stead. llrst dny of November formerly of Toledo, O. Dr. Graham is by tho Coi.. W. 0. Mit.uti.KV, of Ijmcaster. not paid maI compelled by law to collect it, a splendid young gentleman and his THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTOHVILLE to Somerset yestorduy. He and ntn passed down ny friends in Lincoln send warm conoterybody will please pay their taxes AT HUSTON VILLE, says theru iM hardly a chanco for tho re- to gratulations to him nnd Ids bride. After before that time. T. I). Nowland. covery of Mrs. I). It. Collier, who is exn few dnys in Louisville, the In the State of Kentucky, at tho close of business spending Sept. 30, 1889. ceedingly low with pneumonia. NorthAttkju't to lion a Mail Car. At happy pair left for their far-oi- l' Robert Fast HernsUdt, Saturday night, two western home. Tin: Advocate announces KKSOURCKS. Harding n candidato to succeed himself men got on either end of tho mail car of Dr. Briaiui, a distinguished young Loans and discounts '.. $ ?9Oo8 39 as county attorney. Mr. Harding is one tlio northbound train and began to French phvsician attached to the hospi.37 of tho best men who ever held tho olllco knock at tho doors. Mail Clerk K. P. tal at Villejuif, is reported to have eliect-e- d Overdrafts to secure circulation 11,50000 U S. Honds in tho State and tho lloylo county peo- Norris, thinking some one wished to cures of consump- Due from approved rcscrse agents .v,. ;,toi 25 some remarkable cure, which Due from other National Ranks Mi'Sg 7J ple will doubtless retain him as long as mail a letter, opened tho door when n tion by means of tho cold-ai- r consists mainly in giadually accustoming Reat estate, furniture and fixtures 1,500 00 they can. man throw a cocked pistol in his face. the pnlients to exposure until they nro 585 36 and taxes paid which able to sleep out in the open air, regard- Current expenses Ss'Eakinh of Dr. W. M. Wain tho Wil Mr. Norria grabbed tho weapon, 00 Premiums paid liamsburg News says: "His physicians was discharged, tho ball passing through less of tho weather. 53 53 'Checks and other cash items 3.37 Hills of other Hanks say ho will never recover his mind in his hand and producing u Mesh wound. Fractional paper currency, nickels and NKW AliVKUTISKMKSTS. case ho recovers physically. Ho has Tho shot drew the express messenger to 30 67 cents been n resident of this county nearly 120 tlio scene and a scutlle ensued, during Specie 7J 3 5 I.ejjal tender notes....... years, is n good pliyslclun, and n warm- which tho would-b- e robber was thrown A Redemption fund with 17. S. Treasurer against tlio sido of tho car and stunned. er, truer fiiend never lived. Accommo, 501 50 the 5 per cent, ol circulation. lo the We dating and generous to a fault, his dis- Tho man nt the other door was making every will prosecute on our full extent ofgull law and Ivnda with person found LYNN to enter nnd tho mail doc or net. J O. ability leaves n gap in his profession Herculean elforts Ji54.3o3 Total .Mrs, Al.ivlfc s u.rwi.i. 68 hero that will not Boon, bo filled." nnd express men, thinking thoro were LIAHILITIKS. several to contend with, caught tho rob$ 5 "ox Capital stock paid in CITY AND VICINITY. ber and throw him oil" tho train while it Surplus fund " oo" 00 Notice ) Sarah Cook's Adjir., I'lff., was running nt a high rnto of speed. 3,4 80 Undivided profits for oyesters. Go to Zlmmor's ' vs. o,7J Koinforced by Haggago Master Lawrence Sarah Cook's Ijrs. and Cis., Relts. ) Creditors. National Hank notes outstanding...... 'So,68 54 deposits subject to check All persons having claims against 1I111 estato of Individual Nkw lot of millinery just received at nnd u U. S. Marshal, who was on tho OS 7' are hereby notified to tile them Due to other N11tiun.1l Hants for tlio other follow, SarahthCook, deed., Com'r properly proen and (Joints it Cox's. train, they went undcrsialted with . mug. 4i5MJ oj Total who jumped oil in tlio darkness nnd trilled by the(1 151th day ot IJctntier, C. L. C. C. M. DAVISON, M. 63 Von Salk. tiO of tho 80 hIihtch of etoek STATF. OF KF.NTUCKY. ) , Hindu his escape, followed by numerous f County of Lincoln, in tlio Stnnfoul Town Ilnll. Apply nt pistol shots. Tlio train did not stop, but I I. V. Mocker, tashiur of the above named this oflk'C Rank, do e4nly swoar ihnt the uboo statement men were dispatvhed back to tho point Notice is true to the bust of my kH'vl.le and belief. James Lubanks, Adnir .I'll!., 1 Between MeKinney nnd tlwu to hunt the niscals, tho' nothing could Lost. to J. V. HOCKER, CnsMer. s.,Defts. ) Creait'irs. g erh befsr me bo found of thorn. Tho lUOn Oil tho trilill las r.ubanks Mrs. and Hanging Fork ford.my pocket hook SubcrlUdalsiini F.t I'F.ACOCK this f. L.dav C. N. O T,!S?y ' ..oSScd S rfSept nhout $1)0 nml hoiiio paperu, tax deserve great p.alse for their heroic ac t'orre t tilted leeeipts, Ac Kinder will he rewarded tioil, Which Will llialco trail! robbery do- - file them with the undersignedtheCommis.ioner llHO ' OIN, ) lath day of . by nroncrly uirectors I. I. Kot'lNsoN, ,';,. nndcr!fid M davison, o. if left nt this olllco or with .lacoh Nanco, cidedly unpopular in this civilized bee J 5. JoilNTo, J Master Com'r Lincoln Cir C. 03 jjm MeKinney. MEANS BUSINESS. m 1 $-s, coal-vases, $-win-teris15-1- T. . R. WALTON- ,Dealer Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Queensware Confections, Tobaccos,' &c., ,9 ' 1 & to-da- ... m MAIN SQMEEEI STREETS, STANFORD, KY. !ou-isvill- e. Cas-hie-r n. Stanford Roller Mills Flour always in Stock. Fruit Jars, Tin Cans and Stoneware of the hinds. best Prices Always Reasonable. J. P. BURTON, Clerk. T. R. WAtTON. Ia-iio- , 1,-- ISTT- - '" e. NEW DRESS GOODS, New Flannels, new Canton Flannels, JVeiv Ginghams, new Penangs, New Calicoes, new Trimmings, New Buttons, new Hosiery, New Underwear and new Blanhets. B! 111 Una-tonvill- e, 31 Call and see our gents' Wauhenphast Petiole Congress Shoe; alsd full line ladies' and Children's Shoes. ii SEVERANCE & SON. ... OUR Celebrated Buell Boots in hip and calf. Roys' extra plain and high Buell Button Boots; Brogan Boots in split, and hir)'K plain and box toe in child's, boys' and men's sizes. Men's fine Shoes in standard screw machine sewed and hand welts. Ladies' fine hid and goat Shoes in machine sewed and hand turned. Gum Boots, Arctics aud sandals in children's, Misses, women and men's sizes. box toe oil-gra- in WARNING. Have arrived; single and Rubber-Line- d Vamps, Lincoln Circuit Court. I Lincoln Circuit Court. , con-tailin- , . BRUCE & McROBfiRES. J .IS iiVt-. V &' ' 'rnrrt: p " T- j i STJTr v , I'll !. afc3 . si.wtMa-fc- ts lW"C" ' "' m ,..i, 1 '" ; ""-"'- ," i " '; ",:'.; 'i ......, "" .l.y.w.'y. mpilH"!-'- " .. ISSS- - sp .1. V tjilUlSSHstf ii..i....)......W.'M.,WI"' Semi-Week- ly it no ? Interior Journal AT FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. "Tho skeleton ninrkct at present," eaiil a dealer in theso gruesomo commodities, "is very dragging. You enn get n first-clas- s article now for $35, whereas tho price three years ago was $03 and ?i0. All the sKeietons wo get now are imported. There is no duty on them, anil American makers found that they could not compete. Just outside of Paris is a colony which does nothing else but articulate skeletons, ami they sup ply the world. Men, women and children are employed in the business nt their homes. No, 1 wouldn't think it would bo n pleasant place to visit, unless ono enjoyed tho odors of a desiccating factory. The bones have to bo boiled. There is a skull there in that glass caso for which we have refused SIO'. Every tooth is in its place and the smallest suture shows perfectly." Cincinnati En- J. E. Bruno bought of J. A. Woode 80 ewea Fifty-onAcres of No. TiYYD Q J? UJLi O ALlEJ, Land for sate. Call on er jS-address A. K. Denny, Shelby City, Ky, tf ATI? 1 nt S3.20. & Publlshod Evory Tuesday and Friday $G PIER, MTWhen not J. E. Lynn sold to Ilium :l Burns YffiAlUN wVDVANCK psid $2.50 will be charged." K.C. at 4:30 p. m. LOCAL TIME CARD. cents. r00 wethers nt J. T. Hocker sold to Clinrles Crow n combined innro for 5200. boucbt a combined Dr. P. W. lioreo of T. J. Foster for $170. Fon Salk. Second bnnd wheat TOR SALE.: My Now House on Main S. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, M.T. VMRNON, IvV. Office neat door to Whitehead's Druj ''tote. Special attention given to diseases of children 77-t- St., f. Inti r Stanford, Ky. For terms apply to Mr. W, II, lllggins, Stanford, or tome at Danville. Ky. 3 l.TTIK N. HOLMES. wiK HARRY A. EVANS, ANVSTTIOAT, CHEMIST, STANFORD, KV J. V7rawsJsssVvB7Tn1s4wMVBs?wsEi' ssmfr cfc CO., T. STJTTOIT IIUSTONVILLK KY f '"SSJSJjsjjjjjjtjr5P''"v"',t v iTTririMiiyi ';w 1 Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. in., returning "r"li . ti Charles Spooiiamore bought of J. P. Mail train going North ....l J 31pm Embry, of Madison, n Jack 131pm South.... Express train " South 57Pm for $100. North 317 am Uriah 1). Bright sold to R. G. Hill, .630 am Local Freight North sou in..... 3 5JP m of Nobby trotter Lebanon, n The latter train alto carry paienger, The above it calculated on ttandard time. Solar for $2,")0. time it about jo minute fatter Extra lot of lti yearling mules for sale all mares but two. 0. J. Crow, v. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. CllOap. J. O. UltMisot,', oiauiuru. R. L. IIC11111.K bought of U. II. a jonnut nnd jennet colt for $o00. Uro-nntiK- . T tl . 1 c.-.- r 1 m Sails, Shingles and Shoss For Sale. Ten Thouand Kht Kails acil 10,000 Poplar Shingles. I have on hand Men's, Women s Misses' and Children's Shoos, mad" liy Alter, Korwood & Co. and Mundclle, which I will sell at the very lowest prices I have bought llicm nnd they must be sold. My stock in complete and lhoe who want bargains can get them hy rallins. I mean tnm-es- s. V C liAII.t-V- , Tunifrsville. Enginecrincf and Survoying in all branches. Ksf'iblislic:! 1825. Arc still In the hiltics nnd rridv to do any. thing in the I'ndrrl ikli.g lute Ue have a full all kinds and Knhei sloes of Ctr and L'kr-lof every ite'cripnin Our hearse, which Is nearly ,u ,hin notice new can lie Mr I II (Jrcen has ihirgeofrur business and will show a n tMu our soods to anv inr needing in our line 6 tf FOB, IITSTJIIAITCE On Dwellings, Household Furniture, Stores, Merchandise, Ac , apply tn the old DISSOLUTION thn business will hert-afte- r ! JB IE IE s IR- - ! POYAI It vim POWDER Absolutely Pure This powder nevervarie. A marvel purity. strength and wholesome-nestMore economical than the ordinary kinds and can not be sold In competition with the multitude ot low tell, short weight, alum or phosphate powder. Sold only in cans. ROVAL MAKING POWDER CO., 18 106 Wall street. New York. . The copartnership of McKnberts .V Slang is by ned Julin c!ir and llonry Claus have mutual consent dlssoUrd, Mr. Staitx retiring, and Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. N h.ilt-xlI'ecr linttliiig btislnrst at liituininlur and .He nrctrril to :utn.i ihe nuhlirln lue ut hy V II be conJurtM "It Lightning clauses altuhed anl damages paid a ilmeit m McKobcru. at sen reasonable rates. Scud 11. The accounts will l! jointly collected and the )mir oiUi-rin iiirecl at Jiiik ll.m City William Hubble sold to Col. T. S. The Eiutou's Pokm. A well known bootct will be at the old stand, and those Indebted whether tite ensues or nut. II ItRl'CK, Agent. OKO 17 Moberly, of Madison, a mare mule .colt oditor, who never talks shop unites he to us can settle anv dar. We desire to cmicu our sincere thanks to our customers for their kind for ?150. STANFORD ROLLER MILLS. has something worth telling, recently patronage. Your truly, McKOUKRTS & STAtiO S3 H. B. Boono sold to J. P. Bailey and told n story at his expense to a party of All persons wishiuc a pleasant life nnd well pltass-- wife let them use Patent Flour made at T. I). Xowland a load of shelled oaUj nt friends, which was overheard by 11 reStanford Roller Mills ('all for it at Tour roI 23 cents a bushel. porter. I te ry, and if they have not gut it tin hand, litis them In keep it. or gel an order from them and Judge Morrow won the rich Titon "Not long ago," ho said, "I received a 31 j Fourth Avenue, get 11 at the Mill and I will guarantee a pleasant and interesting lainily stakes, worth SU,000, nt Jerome Park, poem from a unknown contributor, who On Somerset street, at present occupied by Mr. V N POTTS, Superintendent - 9 1,100 yards, time 1:24. lived in a little Western town. The let- ( II Cooper. A viry desirable place and .an be obtained at a bargain. Address or call on Estimates plnco the present wheat ter accompanying tho manuscript was Jgfwjy, and Sale Stable W U. ANDERSON, Harper, Kansas, C. A. BENEDICT & CO., Or P. M. McKOUUKTS, Stanford, Ky. supply in Minnesota nnd Dakota nt (), which quirer. SATt'B A Hrick House and Lot, 1 JOE W00DWALLAGE, Men's Outfitter Kentucky. & Louisville, Well Drillers 0130,000 bushels, against 3,912,849 last year. Isacc P. Shelby lias Bold his fat tat tle, 101 head, at 4 cents per pound. They averaged 1,53S pounds. Lexington Gn-z.'tt- e. Mule colts are plentiful in tho county nnd range from $30 to $10o nnd many are being delivered Harrodsburg Schools of Lincoln county. Election August, 1890. Democrat. A Wyoming mulo has recently distinguished herself by dropping n colt, the third case of the kind THOMAS It a Candidate for the Democratic nomination for on record. the pnmirv Oct. iq. Count v JuJie fi'ii-T. J. Foster sold tho balance of his farm near Milledgeville, about 70 acres, G. U. to II. E. Marcuin nt $4S, which includes Is a Candidate for the Democratic nomination for the growing crop. County Clerk, subject to the nctinu of the primary election, Oct 19 Sales of n jack, a jennet and a jack colt for S1.SO0, 2 jennets with BOGLE MISS jack for jack colts $930 nnd a Is a Candidate for Superintendent of Public $500 arc reported in the Lebanon Enter- W.VARNON i ct written in that confidential strain always proves the writer to bo an untrained contributor to the press. After praising my paper and informing me that ho had been a reader of it for moro years than it had been in existence, lie had taken tho liberty of sending me a little poem for publication. The honor of appearing In print was all the remuneration he desired; indeed, he was frank enough to statu that he did not consider the verses inclosed had any market value. When I examined the poem I found it was one I had written myself many years before and for which I had received a handsomo sum." New York Sun. feid Pump Adjusters, FARM FOR SALE I I "tanford, kv Wells drilled to'order and Pumps lurnished at factory prices, 30 wish to sell my Farm of 170 Acres, situated on and Kuksville pike, 4 miles irom Lancaster, It is wt-l- l wale red, has upon it a comfortable dwelling house, stable, orchard in fjd, all the necessary conveniences. I have also four other tracts I would sell. jS J. HANSHKHRY WIST, Hyattssillc. Ihe a f,fX ..; y. ". 3t24iks' .Vivr 22jig vXC?'Vsi-- a Z2y 11 I.'' i 1 B. 1 .r.mc-- p JSBsUsdMissMsX VrrTsJf - I I. M. IZRUCK, Liv:?.r, m and fees stable, SAW MILL FOR SALE jYImo 1 iiinil mill ! STANFORD. KV. SI'F.CIAL ATTF.NTION to COMMKRCIAI. travelers. Horses and mules bought and s.U. Only horsesand vchLIct used in User), Also agent fnr the first-class W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. I ON' DON, KV.. OmxI turnouts and saddle horses always lor hits on reasonable terms London Is the most convenient point on the railroad to reach places in the tn the mountain se lion of the uta 10 Htook COOPER , KATE The largest brook trout evercaught on this continent was landed recently at Spring Creek, N. Y. Tho fish weighed six pounds two ounces and its proportions were perfect. This was ono of tho species of brown trout, the spawn of vena As I desire to leave Kentucky I will sell at great sacrifice a saw mills complete with 30 horse boilers and ao horse engines, a saw works. 1 ox log wagon 3 wjgons. 1 buckboard, 1 spring wag. vi, biiu iiinr j yusca VI lame, 3 mules, I norsc, mill complete, and my farm of 5,60 acres of grist snob land well timbered. Will sell privatelv THE MYERS HOUSE E. H. BURNSIDE, WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING M. Proprietor i lint repuiatioa, MART SMITH, Maywuod, 5S-- Ky For Sctla ! acres sltuateil on the Lancaster pike miles from Stanford Thn Und is all in grass; a comfortable dwelling of 4 rooms is situated uprtn it Will sill at a bargain. (..A IIKNKDICT..Sianf.trd. 41 For Sale at a Sacrifice. - to I As No Hotel 111 Kentii Ly has a an.! Its r.r .pr ct r Is determlns. shall tie intmuinatl lie has rrrnily jj.lcd to Us appoinlmrntt JOSEPH B. PAXTON Is a Candidate for County Attorney, subject to the action of the Democratic party. imnrirtml frnm (?,riit!iiiv nn A FRUIT AND DAIRY FARM of 160 Acres prise. ,n county, l'vbnury 18, lbSs, 80 thlltltit I1!U cnil llOt of Leavenworth Mo. All Kansas, within 15 miles Death-erag- e. As trustee of S. A. & G. W. KansasCity, dwelllenced; have been more than between five ami i,,B barn and smokehouse, 10 acres tf tine bear- W. L. Crutcher sold on Wednes it apple orchard, a acres of grapes and ether J. lie largest ever caiplit pre days to John P. Embry, of Jessamine, 50 six years. small fruit magnificently watered ly ncscr failviously weighed n trille over live pounds. ing springs. Country thickly settled and chunk mules at $97. Richhead of es, schools arid NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. Pool and Milliard Parlors Also A First-Clns- o MT. VERNON, KY. This bid and llntel'it still Maintain ing its fine reputation. Charges reasonable, Sp cial attention to the travehag public M. I' NKWCOMII. I'rop., Livery Stnblo HARRY A. EVANS Is a Candidate for Surveyor of Lincoln county, subject to the Democratic Primary Election, to be held October 19, tiij. W. F. JIcCLARY Is a Candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools, subject to ihe Democratic Primary Klec tion to be held in October OTIS P. NEWLAND Is a Candidate for Jailer of Luicoli County, ject to the action of the Democracy. tub- - SAM M. OWENS Is a Candidate for as Jaikrof Lincoln county, sublect to the action of the Democratic party. G. S. CARPENTER la a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, ject to the action 01 the Democratic pirty. sub- J. N. MENEFEE Is a Candidate for Sheriff, suSject to the action of the Lincoln County Democracy. E. O. KENNEDY Isa Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln County, subject to the action of the Democracy. M. F. Brlnklcy D..D. S., Isa Candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, subject to the action of the Democratic party, Klec.ion August, 1&0, R. C. MORGAN, DENTIST. Office 011 Main street, opposite Portman House, up stairs. Nitrous Oxidu Gas given for painless extracting. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. DR. W. B. PMJST, DENTIST. 12. Office South side Mam street, in oflUc recently vacated by Dr. L. F. IIulTinan, it.itilord, Ky WALLACE Stanford, ----- VARNON, Attorney - lOfliceover McRoherts f Will practice in all the courts of this and counties und in the courts of appeal. - at Law, Kentucky. adjoin-ng & Stagg's drugstore. Attention, Coal IJurners. I keep on hand a No, i qualitv of Jcliico, Lily and Nut Coal in my yard Leave your orders at Yard or S S Myers store and they will Le attend, ed toproraptly. J H. (MUCIN'S, Starford Ky. 63 No iiiiosticihin or hchenm of ING TO ROOMS. 'tc Kastof in Lincdn the following ieiil relipon will ever prevail n "' n' miles residenceShelby City, county, Kr Christianity, su Ioiil-- as the htiuiau heart t tracts of Land TURKISH A RUSSIAN 1IATIIS IN UOTKL. IMPORTANT CHANCE OF TIME. and at 1,.1., Ultll anKUIih allll the human tin- - by130 Acres kowtithe the McRoberts Knob Shel- land, situated on Stanford and Lick On and after Sept ai l8o, Ihe lime al trains on ilerstanilinK falters hoforo the mystery of "i'lke, Last of A. K Denny's. the.N N. ei.M ,K 1) "Old Kentucky Rssule" A tract ol 84 Acres, being a pan of the Her. will bens follows life. There is one suhlinif utterance King. vcy Helm place, sltuaivU on rowcll lane with also Fast mail daily es Sun Is. Lexinjton it 4$ a.m. Will Cloyd bought :K1 head of mules which unlocks the problum of existence a right ol way to Stanford and Knob Lick pike. Ai (.omodation, " " j jh p m. ' " IA 10 p.M, "God is Love;" and that utterance is A tract of 1O0 Acres of well timbered knob Wstihuled K., in Wayne county lust week, at an aver-ag- o Ml Ac.om air. Lfslnftoii daily es. Sun. 2 10 a it. p -- . , 4j p. m. ' of about $1)0. Ho took them to Lin- found only in the religion of Jesus laud, situated on White Oak. Fast mall, " ; 2 I Vettlibuled Kx arrives I.eiltigtan dally 4 r p. in. coln. Tate it Catron have recently Christ. Zion's Herald. First twn tracts are in a high state ot cuius a Trains liMvius l.csinnton at 7 jo T. in. daily and v. ell fenced and unimproved. tion, arrivinu at 10 jj p m Jailyhavi been withdrawn. bought of different parties ii!) bend of I. I.. JIUIU'll, Two Otlll- - Terms made known A- n day of sale. A ItHMKIrY FOIt D.YNlHtUT. J. 1. AKIW.M.IU;, OIVKNS, Exurs. J. O. W. cattle, 800 to 1,200 pounds, at 2 to 2J ees of milveri.'-i- l borax, two ounces of i. . A id V. I'. S. A. UKOMIIHKC.Trav Past. Ajt . cents. Somerset Reporter. At the mtii time and place, at survivlnglpartner ljcsluKton, Ky. WKJW lirnk-ii- i 'O O in Hiimll mtfl, ,., fi fR w. dvens ASon. will . Lytlo II. Hudson bought Monday 41 guni caniimor LSrfnMJ ,.. i.. ii of the personalty owned by isaid firm. i.ui.. W O g con. of boiling: water. Hottle ami p o ftxifVi suckling mare mules from different par- one tjuart sitting principally ol j work Mules, 40 )earliug, Before each time of usin muies, 3 niie)oung saddle Horses, I Boyle, Gar- cork tightly. ties in Anderson, Mercer, drive, a small quantity ami dilute with harness mare suilatlo fnr a lady toFilly by trace Within a half m.Ic of I. an. aster, Kentucky, Mare by Warduncc, jjmr-ofDuke rard nnd Lincoln counties at $03 to 1('0. strain Montrose, t 2 jcarild Filly by I.eonatu and t an equal portion of water. Apply with of brood G. A. Swinebroad sold to W. II. Navo 4 Marrs; 6 yeailing Cattle, 1 yuarliug A Good Houso & nice Acres 5'.- 5 a flannel cloth or with the hands. Wash llttilt-rn- S grade Cows and Calves, 6 fancy bred maru mulo colts at $00 and to J. A. Of land, 40 Acrvs In clovar The land snn be MM the head and hair afterward uith soft rented as a whole or In parrels, to go corn er hogs nt Woods 2 car leads of " ''. '""b tlmmliiy and closer, and Oats in stack small erain, subject to the ptferHce of renter, water. 4 cents. Ho also sold nt Cincinnati a comincic bioii arming implements, consisting would prefer .to rent lor a series of )cart. In I.ancatti-ron Dansilln avenue, a first e kM 1 ra M lMyrMli of McCoriuick Hinder and Mower, a 1 horse s of cattle at 2J to Monday four agons and h.inies., Corn Planfr, Hay Rake, boarding house, eirfht l.irxc rooms; Iwuic in a If we work upon marble, it will perCider Mill, Harrows, &C , llarouche nnd i llmk c.nd state of repair, within a fesv ftel of Ihe bus- oj cents per pound. Advoc.ite. ish; if wo work upon brn-- s, time will ef- board V iih'is portion ot tne town. Miorr.s OIVKNS. During (lie week of tho Kentucky face it; if we rear teniptts, they will T. D. fcngluli, Auctioneer. 66 INTKRIOR JOURNAL, d t I 'X tn d Trotting Horse Breeders Association, at crumble into tltint; but if we work qpon n P rnriMTT Tsit 1880. Lexington, beginning Oct. 14th, 20 races immortal minds, if we imbue them with 1880. CT. will be decided, over three each day. principles, with the just fear of God and KENTUCKY'S GREAT Besides the large entries the eight class- love for our fellowmen, we enravo on CRAII ORCHARD, KY es havo llU entries, an average of over llinsK tulilntM smnitliiiiL' u'bifb will Dealer In- -Dry . . , ....to eurn purcc. .... . . S1 rf iu uia f;reasi HaK.is.oif In llit-f- i to all eternity. Daniel Web. , Goods, Notions, Hati, Caps i all is the for tlu lirst day. bt(.ri Hoots, Shoes, Clothing, Hardware, Queens, Everything at present indicates that it ware, Tinware, Furniture and a TWaSlMT-S- T Bucklen'9 Arnica Salve. greatest mootiiiir ever hold. will be the Conornl Lino ''" The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, Fancy Candies, Cr Ties, Ac. David 1. Leibhltrdt, of Indiana, has sores utcers.salt rheum, fever -- orts.tetter.chap. .StilU.IH mill X'sll'MCH. All kinds of Product) taken in exchange for joojs, B' " M chill,'"''' hm " been Hiinolnfil Superintendent of the, . tiontanu positively cures piies,uruo pay requir i Dead Letter i Jlltce. lie was enuorsed cd tj, ,,u.irrfnteed to Kiv perfect satisfaction, icuthpiv T. H. D. ASSOGIATIO.1,, llVthoG. A. R. l'ricti ,c cents per box. or money relnnded. This nonce forewarns htinteu. tislieuncu mid LF.XINCTON, OCT. 14 to in. The Hon. .1. 1'ioctor Knott uoia this For sale hy A. R. I'enny, Stanford, Ky. re others not to trnspist on our lands without per. 118. s?ptssfcis jBauiaK mission, as .ill such will he prosecuted lo ihe week to 2"ew York, wliero on tho 10th Thn Vorrlint HnnnlmniiR est extent of tho law. signe.1. ., ,. ... -- Monday, Octobor 14th, of October he will pay his last tribute to ,. W. D. Suit, drunsist. liippus, Ind., tettif.es: . OHO. D HOPPKR, . , T.J. HILL, . J..M. McROllKRTS.JR. M. S. IIAUOHMAN. of Con- - can recommend Ll.ctrlc Ihtur. at the very best' Ail."" SuKsyetK and fellow-membhis friend ROUT, McALLSTLR, I.KI1RDCK Special Stakes, ao titiuiinatinns 1000 S. II. SHANKS, eress the late Samuel Sullivan Coy. Ir. remedy. Kvery bottle sold has given relict in ev 1 S.H. IIAUOHMAN, 30 cuss, trotting 1'ur.e i.ouo MRS. 1ILNRV IIAUOHMAN. A. M FF.LA.s'l) !.'..,.. .........t f,... .,...., :.. nn. ....., ...ill. ery case One man look six bottles nnd was cured XUOHaoy, UOlODOr IDtn, i:.T. l'KNCK, JOHN W. 1IOLMF.S, & of Rheumatism of 10 jnart' sUndin.'." Abraham' V C. PARRISlI, A. J. HAYDLN, Mr. Cox and between these two men the Hare, dniKKist, ilcll.-- tile, Ohio. alT.rmt. "Tha best M nomltu- 11. V. HOLMKS. SI. L. RICHARDS. tions to he named Oct 1) , 5,000 PIIILUKRT RICHARDS . closest sympathy anil friendship existed. ciiiiik iiieuiviuc t U...C c.ti iuuuiiu my u l.exuiRton stakes, ii URi I)VAV, 149 noinina. i 11 mond Register. They get tho real value of a cow in Sessex county, K. J., by selling her nt so much a quart. Thus if tho cow gives 20 quarts of milk daily she is worth $2.50 a quart, or $30. Risk fc. Brown have bought this of Irish potatoes at week 7 or 8 22 cents, which they are shipping to Alabama. A number of mule colts sold' at $35 to $73. Midway Clipper. From :i pounds of seed, weighed, Mr. John Bright got 3J measured bushels of Irish potatoes. There never was such a crop in this section and the price is so low they arc hardly worth the dig- car-load- s Th Lieutenant Schwutka estimates the a fortune in this for an industrious man. I'rice number of cliU'tlwelierH lie has discover- Jjo per acre on easy terms. Address JOHN M. I'lULII'S. ed in southern Chihuahua at from 8,000 Room 604 N. V. Life tluilding, Kansas City, Mo, to 12,000. They are very wild and shy, 0. H. M'KOBERTS, AI. 1)., anil upon the approach of white people STANFORD. KY. Hy to their caves or dill's by notched Public Sals of Land and Personalty. Office on Lancaster Street, opposite sticks placed against the face of the cliffs Having removed to this place Irom Liberty, to if too steep, although they ascend vortiii tnn Aiirnsion ( 1'i.iiiic toii,theiiu,ciijii, lie will iiiy ready fact that be P"b lie at all hours cal stone faces if there are the slightest As Lxecutorsof R. w .(.i,ens d,r ot night In ans.rrcalli in loot, or sountrj. at public auction to the highest Wider on crevices for the lingers and toes. Thirty years ofliis lite were spent in Stanford and railroad near. Land adjoining Jii'i .iTHE Court-House To arinmmnda e the demands of hit increased transient patwtiai;. Ilcst Turnouts furnished Ctiinmrreial travelers and others ' ' GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE OITY. RATES j ,.,.,1, '.tillSt Thursday. OCt. 10th, 1880, lie occult it unnecessary to speak ol his ability a physician audsurgeou A share of ihe pairoi age of the people of Stanford and vicinity isaskted two by him. 6jt( S2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD- rUH HI - j 1 - 1 ' fHi s -- FOR ItENT. 1 d ' , 200 200-poun- d trt. Elf' - 111 p3 mm g&w -- car-load- 1 j7-t- la-tifc- ' ! i , - T OTS H- BZIXiTOISr ' HrACES.1 of Groceries,, ' j Ti , iiik 'rwl, 1 if: -- POSTED. I er j 1 1 11 1 1 in a n i tn l a 0 u n ai&LmMm5XV:iiJ&ZmmX&y 1 1 A NEW FAST MAI J. Lvatiiiv both LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI Daily, Sei tires to Travelers, THE MOST RAPID ROUTE Ever attempted between the sreat commercial cities on the O.hu River and Chici;o, and hence the fattest time and must comfortable trains between all points in the South, or to the West and Northwest. The counterpart 01 this train on all runk lines is denominated The Limited Kxpress. The superb rolling stock we employ jives patrons Unlimited Comlort. Cur At all Coupon Ticket Otfv.cs in the South you will find our lime tables and tickets. Say get Mcnon and stick to Motion, ii you want t save money and have a pleasant journey. K O.McCORMICK, General I'asicnecr Aucnt, Chicago Agents and u:tic : Citv Ticket I. M. RvCKhltK, 11; ath Ave., Louisville, Kv K. A. TOKBKNCK. II? vtn st Cincinnati Ohir, Mo-no- Fi'teen contestants chid for the fray, Armed with food steel and III battle array Striving forlucrc, as brave Knights of old Strove tor tlic-i- hoAors and medals of gold. Driving each shining pen over the paper, peeking to sound, as the most proper caper, The praises of remedies known the world oer From 1'iiiis to Calais, from Calais to Dover, Hut each Knuht vainly strives language fails in description Of the manilold virtue of "Favorite Prescription When ill or depressed with that "dragging- down" feeling, ceusciiiiciit upon weakness, suffer ing from headache, weak or lame back, and the many ill common to the wuukcr sex, take Dr. I'ierce's 1'rcscriptiou which is guaranteed to give satislai lion or price 1 00 returned. See printed guarantee on bottle-wrappe- years- exparivncv is r.iectric iiiuers.- - 1 noutanus ofnthars have added ihtir testimony, so that the uerdict is iiuaniiuniis that Klcctric Hitters do cur idl diftwses of the Liver, Kidneys or llluod. Only A R l'enny's druj store. half dollar i:at tons Class, Trotting ..'. -- ''. WM. ADAMS SON, Free For All, Pacing Wodnosday, October 10th, Johnston ....Purse 1,000 barred) i.oon 1,100 750 3looo R. B. GEOGEGHAN, SUCCKSSOR TO L,13XINGTNf - KY Dr. I'ierce's relicts-- . gently laxative or actively cathartic according to dose, ajc There Is nothing parents sh'juld be so careful about as selecting a cough syrup. II Cherry Cough Syrup costs no more than tho cheap nnd inferior nostrums thrown on tho market. The bests none too good, be sure and get I1EGUS' CIIKRUV COUGH SYKUI Wckccpiton linod at all umo. A. R. Penny, Druggist. cg-j- A Good Coufrh Syrup. M'MIOIIAEL, THE HATTER, Is Consumption Incurable ? Thursday, Octobor 17th, Mr C II Morris, New. &11 4TH AVKNUE. Class, Trotting r,0 ,(0O ark, Ark., says; "Was down with Abscess of a.ai Clatt Trotting . lui.niK in.., uiiu coiiuiiioiis to oe 'utie 1,500 LOUISVILLE, KENTTJOKY. anthe Lungs, and friends and physicians pronounc npunced later) l,,r,e a 000 ed me me an incurable consumptive, llegan tak Match earlini.' Staksi .A l'jlr.m roll The Nobbiest & Most Stylish . 000 a Willnh coll iiiDr. King New Discovery for Consumption, "' now 011 my third botllu and able to oversee the Friday, Octobor 18th, Stock of work on my l.irm, It is the finest medlciiia ever 1 17 Class, Pacing iurlc Il0oo MIddlevvart, Decatur, Ohio, says; i:in Class, I rutting Purse 1,000 made." Jense Illue.Urutt Stakes, JJ5 "Had it not been for Dr. King's New Discovery Saturday, Octobor 10th. for Consumption I w mid have died of Lung atiat-las- s, JLl I rotting iur,e Troubles, was given up by doctors. Am now the best of health " Sample bottles free a itallion Stakes, a: 10 Class, 30 nominations... 1.750 Kver brought to the In city of Louisville, now open rutunty blakus, olds 6,0 A. It. Penny's drug store. Ktitries to Purses close Saturday, Sept 28 Low including the Kxcursion Rates on all railroads, Lidiet reo on A Fortune first (lav. KNOX & JOHN D. STETSON & CO'S. HATS P. I'. JOHSTON, It a good healthy, pearly skin. Few are aware KR. A TIPTON, Prerident. ; of the short time It takes for a disordered liver to Sot'y, Lexingiiin.Ky. And also my own importation of Unglish Hats ind Caps. An elegant linn o Canes and Lyon's' cause blotches on the face, and a dark greasy tkin. Ltlcbratcu Umbrellas always on hand, rine One hottle of IIF.GOS' HLOOD PURIFIER and I1LOOD MAKI2R Jviil restore thit organ lo its SEAL SKIN SA0QUES, CAPS, natural and healthy Mite, and cleanta the blood Good of all impurities. It is meeting with wonderful doctor orHouse and Lotal Slaywood. Suitable for Gloves and other Fun, a specialty. Orders outteacher. (Joed e on lot auccets. We guarantee every bottle. A. It PenApply to D L. SFLPHLNbON,' side of city solicited, perfect sntlsfactlor guarun ny, Drugsist. Jlaywod, Ky. teed. Don't lail toordcra NOII11Y HAT yi Rc.id the following 7 1 Stakes, 3:15 Clas., 18 nominations... Kentucky Stiikes 3 years, S6 noiniiiationa-..- . ''ur,i' f L rrr.-7.- "S .. LUBIMNI 1 V (i j( AT o world-renown- 9 CREAM .& f v; What FOJl SALI3 OR RENT. school-hous- LEXINGT5ggY ff 1 ,1 - f Itftlft I Wb W Vw,v