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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891092901 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 1891 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. HUSTONVILLE. I Interior Journai STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 29. 1891. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. NO. 60 Mrs. lieo. IIoilKi',ilnunltruinl son, of Columbia, Tenn., have been vlslllinj i relatives hero. J. W. Allen ..hipped Saturday from d of faucy cattle, Moreland a which averaged lh. John V. Held bought the old Cooper Hotel of Thomas Cecil for $S0O, universally considered a j:ood ImigHiu. Madam Itiimor is responsible for the news that Mr. John Hill, of the TurnerBvillc neighborhood, ami Miss Jennie Johnston, of the West Knd, aio to b married Thursday. A few daya aj0 a voiiiik man paw hawk pail what he thought a blue-niinto the barn and perch above some chickens. Ho rushed to the house for his nun and succeeded in Imping a splendid pliennant. Our realeatate agent haa lately been busy showing farms to various land eeekers, hut they all seem to hold oil' for reports from the late addition to to be heard from, though satis-tiethat no such bargains ate ollered elsewhere. car-loan Ok-lahod Coiniuunion services were held at it the Presbyterian church Sunday morn- It. Mr. S. If. Ilaughnun had a fine J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. The Boston Ideal Minstrels are bill iiorse to die .Saturday night. S. T. Helm bought of John Smith a ed for n performance at the Opera House 189X. tilly for ?200. combined baturday night, Oct. 3. Kullcorptot Conservatory and Norm it School leathert. Superior en .mm hi Literature, Muiic and Our popular and polite depot agent 0. A. lackey lost a tine brood mare Art. Kxcellent boarding department. Citatojues anJ circular furnuhei on application in foal to George Dictator, of ppretoni Mr. Joe Carr, was married Thursday in Richmoud to Miss Dora Hacker, of tis. The I'.lue Grass C'ipper reports sales that city. They have taken rooms at of 1505 stock ewes In Woodford at J4.60 a the Holmes House. The personal preperty of H. C. head. For Sale A first class pair of mil lea Kaullman, deceased, was sold at auction Ion Sai.k, ItOO ewes. Glvens Carter. Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September ist, STANFORD MALE ACADEMY B. F. BLAKEMAN, JOHN TROUSDALE VARDEMAH curl of whose" tail establishes his de-- ! scent from Hill Cau'bull's dog, immortalized by "Happy Jack," lately fell amongst Philistines and in now a conthat promises to firmed noon rival bis all'cetioiiuto master in obesity. Mr. J. H.Ureen wis found apparently asleep ou n chair in front of his More InM Thursday mo'rniug, but an cllort to arouse him disclosed his uneonevioue- nets, resulting from a slight "uH'usion of the brain," which we are happy to report has Iteen so nearly absorbed as to give prumirie of liib early return to his place of business. Letcher Goodr, an aged and distinAFFAIRS. CHURCH guished colored citizuu of the Turners-villThe corner stone of a M. K. chutcb precinct, succumbed to sunstroke last Friday morning an his remains South was laid at M.ivsville, jesterwere followed to the Hiibtonvilleoolored ''"' -- Gen. Gano'.s three weeks meeting cemelervby the longest nrocession of here.'i" !"xington, umlwl Thursday night friends and mourners ever seen stay-at-hom- i:r.ni r,,f e, Minn,'- - ,.t .!. Km ' J. W. Fisher has soldSunland Stock Farm, consisting of 13SJ acres, one mile from this city, to Judge F. T. Vaughan, of Little Hock. Ark., for $20,000. -- Paris News. An estrav sow has been at my house for six weeks, red and weighs about 150 pounds. Owner can get her by paying for advertising and keeping. Mh, A. K. Philips, Stanford. The Journal says a horse sold at auction at Xicholasville court day for $1.75 and the purchaser getting tired of his bargain put him up again and got $2, a clear profit of 25 jjents. W. M. Swope, of Fayette, has preI.i.f.Oii.r v!i iirniiiliiDiit in Hft'rt-- mii'IkIv With 11 adtllllOUS. The Hev. Dr. Samuel D. Burohard, sented his nephew, Win. Swope Broad-ducircles and Odd Fellows and United with a tine Administrator filly, in Hrethren of Friendship were out in full of "Hum, Homauism and Rebellion" fame, died Friday at Saratoga, N. Y. fulfillment of a promise made when his force. Klder B. F. Taylor's meeting at name wns given the youngster. Our city fathers have sunt for an en Union closed with 31 ndditions and he glneer to report on the practicability of While Nancy Hanks was lowering Middleburg, laying pipes to a country spring for a is now holding a meeting at her record of 2.11 to 2:0:J, at Cambridge, supply of water. It is the exception ays the Advocate. Ind., her running mate fell and broke Kid. Joo Desha Pickett, late Superhis neck, but for which Bud Doble says whn Hustoudllu escapes an annual wahas ter famine ami the wonder is that she intendent of Punlic Instruction, she would have made the mile in Maud packed his goods to move to Chicago, S.'s time. is still without water works. An states that the town is decidedly where he will reside in the future. Robert Bonner has never raced a Hev. Frederick Fuerst was indicted a horse for money wmdy about the mtttur, but that itdoes or won a dollar on by the grand jury of Campbell county tlietrudciii hits life, yet not compare with Stanford's gaseous there has not for criminal aault on one of the sisters been a time In '25 years when he hus Dr. Brown reports rather ndversely of his thick, but he had fled when the not owned the best trotting 8toek in of his gurdenor's ellorts this year. Three olllcera went to arrest him. America. Rev. V. C. Thompson ami J. .A. d"Z n tomato plants (ailed to furnish a The Itecord bays that II. A. U. College, have single mess and an Irish potato patch Browning, of the Bible Marksbury received o.OOO bushels of They of 5 i outlay for seed yielded J bushel of just closed a meeting at Glade. wheat last week for which he paid DO preached 21 sermons and had 17 addi- cents and bought very small tubers at digging time last other crops at So to week, John says that game chickens tions. Richmond Climax. during i0. W.L. Todd sold to John Uallard To The London He ho s.vs that t picket and a garden without a hogs at 4. hea of the meeting of the Colored H.iptist Assobefence don't harmoniae after tomatood A. 15. Howling it .Son have sold Inst week, $PJ:t.M) was colgin to turn, and that you can't bunk ou ciation there, hiniv September I, 1,500 stock ewep, lected as a foundation of n fund for the ranging iu prices from S4 a big crop of 'later? when the cook be50 to SS per be gins monkeying with the vinus before building of a college at London to head. Thet.e were all imported from IlAssociathe largest potato would make a decent under the supervision of the linois and Missouri. This class of sheep tion. inidule man for a ring of marbles. will clip 5 pounds of wool and will Urn. Joe Hopper tells us that the The Hustouville Hunting and Fish- meeting Hev. weigh when fat ll'.O to 140 lbs. Lexiug-toat Hurnside, conducted by ing Club received their tent one day last Harvey Glass ami himself, closed ThursUazette. wceKiiudit is now- stretched In Dr. day night with (17 additions to the PresThe race between Allerton and Nan-cBrown's woodland pasture, to the great Hanks, the king and queen of the byterian church. Six others who had jubilation of the small population, in made confessions had not decided on trottim: turf, at the Lexington meeting, of the coining show, as detailOctober l'J to 17, is now a certaiutv, the church they would join. ed by Jim Goode, the greatest wag now illiams and Doble having acfamily attends the both Gov. Brown's oil' the minstrel stage. A wall tent '.'Ox Presbyterian church, with tho cepted tho Association otl'er of SS.00O, Southern -- 1 is big enough for ordinary camp meetexception of one daughter, Miss Susan, all to first Iiorse. The race will he troting requirements, and diverB observers who is n Catholic. Gov. Brown, like ted either the Kith or 14th. hope that it will fall to their lot toshare The Mt. Sterling Sentinel reports Gov. Buckner, is not much given to the shelter of that tent ou some of its church going, and generally stays at salesof Gl head hogs at 41, proposed many pitches ou the banks of 49 feeding cattle at 2 to 2J; i:3 ewes for homo while his family attends. old Green river. Tho meeting at tho Presbyterian $1550 and IS acres of corn iu the field at Arthur McGinnis applied a coating church, fudged by visible results, is i ot $1.75 a barrel. On court day good d of war paint Saturday evening lad and proving very successful, as only three or to feeders brought in the intricate evolutions of a Dry four hnvo confessed during the three Hi to 4 cents; S00 to 1,000 pounds 3 to Weather dance, ho couunotioned our weeks' services, but Bros. Spencer ami :'; light, common cattle uot wanted; village that it was deemed eupedient to Helm are not disheartened and intend, smooth oxeu, 4 cents. tile him away wfjh Sam Owens till a suf- with God's help, yet to make tho meetThe Advocate reports that Dick ficient head of water is caught to insure ing very fruitful of good to both saint Gentry bought for Lehman oHX) cattle an expeditious operation of Judge Cain-nit- and sinner. Services will continue dur- for October and November delivery at mill. Arthur has been an ing the week as It and 7:30 v. m. Bro. 4 to 5 cents. Terhuue bought nine indulgerin the juices of water President J. Q. Montgomery fur- mule colts at $10 to $70. The farm of and musk melons, picked from Will nishes the following programme for tho the late Fred Harris sold at auction to Hadget's patch and proved an Meeting of Lincoln County his sou, Fred, at $1)7.02. Corn in the ellicient, trust worthy hand, but when Christian Churches, to ho held at field brought $24 to $24.75 per acre. he switched oil' ou corn juice he fell next Saturday, Oct. 3: Bronaugh & Middleton bought of leg and plowed up across a thrust-ou- t Address of Welcome, by Kid. W. L. Herring Holman 15 head of 1,2001b. the gravel of Main street awfully. Williams, and response by the presi- steers from 2i to !5) cts.; of Win. Baker Oho W. It. Singleton, an expert sign dent. yoke of oxen $50; of Nute Parrott one painter, mixed paint spreader, Address by Kid. Joseph Frank, of Lan- yoke of oxen $50; of Bob Thompson n etc., of some point in Texas, who caster, and short speeches by Kldera yoke at $(i0; of Herring & Holman 2 yoke claimed to havu studied and graduated Ballon, Gibson and others. at $10 each; aud of various other parties iu art at Chicago, has .mysteriously dis After dinner will bo heard the report butcher cattle at 2 to 2J cts. II. H. Broappeared, after nearly a tl) of the committees, (2) of tho evange- naugh sold to S. A. Middleton 1 sojourn with our good people. As Mr. list and (3) short speeches by Kid. J. G. combined filly for $175. Singleton established an affectionate re- Livingston and others. Newt. Green bought in Montgomery lationship to many of our business men county about 200 export cattle at 5 cents. n $000,000 SivannalTTGaBuirered in various small amounts, which remain Their weight was about 1,550 pounds. naturally concluded that fire Friday night. unpaid, it is S. D. Gotlsold to Goldsmith 2S7 cattle Between 2,000 and 3,000 barrels of weighing about 1,550 pounds he left hero under more pleaaaut auspito go durces than Madam Diss do Bar claims to apples hove been shipped from hero in ing the first 10 days of Nov, at 5.15. have exchanged Chicago for Cincinnati. the last fow weeks and still the apples Win. Woodford, of Bourbon, Bold to By tho way, doesn't Mdme. Petrahhr como. Prof. S. II. Miller sold hrs crop Goldsmith 50 cattle at 5j cents, nnd the versatile of Ben Davis ou 100 trees for $175 in the about till the description Win. Bedford, of same county, sold 100 de Bar? orchard. R. B. Park ia cutting this week tu the 6aiuo party at same price. Thse second crop of timothy, an unheard ol J. Q. Phelps has been appointed a county. The grasa ia fully are two of the tiueat lots of cattle in the thing in this county, and are destined for Christmas postmaster at Ksto, Russell county, vice headed out and ripe and waist high. beef. Winchester Democrat. Elirabethtown Newa. J. 0. Wolford, removed. i Passes Quietly Away in His 92d Year. a long me en.iea niunmy mmu . y. subject of this notice breathed hut. Mr. Vardeimin, wlio lived with John Holmes, ou the same place be was born and on which he ulwnya lived, was found dead in bed uii(iny morning. He retired atma.entlv tu his usual health and in th night got up for a drink-o- f water. iNext morning when lie titu not P '" his usual time, some one went m liU l...l to find him still in death. Iho funeral was preached by Hev. W. T. H. White, Sunday afternoon, ami in a few steps from where he lirsteiw the light, Maich l:t, ISiW, the body of John was consigned to the earth that gave it. He was the llh child born to Morgan and Polly Vurdeiiun. His father lived f.iihur. fnr whom tn i. n fiml lilu ' . lie was named, to considrrniuy over 100. He never married and since his slaves were freed by the war, has liimrtflf by raising a few saddle and rofldf ter inures. Var-ileman j and brand new wagon. John Baugh, Danville. P. H. Thompson sold two tracts of laud near Douerail, Fayette county, at $Sf and flfk) per acre. A peach grown at Svlvani.i. Va., Weic,I IS ounces and measured IB e ch,B ,n crciIlllfcri.nce I). WaUon sold his farm of ISO yili!,on contUyi fl WM s,innno t J)(,r a(,r(j tQ K T He(fl $m John Johnson, of Boyle, bought of J. F. Cash, S. II, Goode and others, a lot of cattle at 3J cts. -- It was widely published that Axtell sold for $105,000. The owner now makes oath that $50,000 was the sum paid. Allerton broke the world's record for stallion to wagon by going the mile in 2:15, at Independence, Ia. The best previous time was 2:20, made by in-th- Saturdjy and everything put up brought Principal. a good price. His law library and ollice furniture were bought bv J. M. Roth-wel- l. .j. The iceord of the Stanford Male Academy for thorough work, ha been in the pist, exceptionally good, and we would aimic iti pafon and friend that nu pains will be spare 1 to maintaiu Iti former hiijh standard. 1 he course of Mudy will include all bran. lf Casey Owsley, of Centre College, to prepare for the Frethman elm in College and at the tame time will be arranged to mwt t'.e w.mt ofthoie leefcinir a firit clat English edspent Saturday and Sunday with the ucation. For thoo who may diro to ht tliemiehii for business, a special eonrie In arithmetic and home folks. Prof. Rupley and wife, book keeping will he mirked out The fall will open TDS3D AY, SSPT 1ST, and it It espsolillr d:iirablc that all pupils be ptes uee Miss Stella Stout, were here Sunday, lit on thaldiy TKHMS: the guests of Capt. and Mrs. K. W. Lill-lar(For fie months, payable quarterly in advance, with reatinable deduction for protractel sickness.) Capt. W. J. Kinnaird, of Mid- - Primary Department $t?.$o dlesborough, is in town to see his sick Intermediate Department '7.5 .. , 21.50 brother, Dr. Kinnaird. Frank Marks-bur- CI.Kiaal Department Incl.lert.il Fee .. 1.00 nseey d. y, 200-poun- d Del-marc- l .... tup-port- ed - e j ( t s, old-time- r cj-tlo- ten-foo- 1 who has been sick for some time, is improving right along and will be out soon. The rest of our sick, Mr. K. Blown, Cronley West, John Rucker, Dr. Grant, John Lear and Dr. Kinnaird are doing as well as could be expected. DANVILLE, KY. The death of our young friend, Miller Wherritt, after a brief illness, has Uils cast a shadow over the home of one of With a lull course of study, both En jlish nnd Classical While the course of instruction is especialour oldest and most prominent citizens. ly adapted to preoare you n if n en for the Freshman Class, it Is intended at the same time to furnish a ItheralKnglish education to any wno desire it. In connection with the Academy Kverybody had a kind word to say of Miller and his cheerful smile will be JSu & missed, not only in his home, but among Has the personal the Principal. Regular the boys with whom he mixed iu the hoursbeen established in the home atnl under and assistants ccntrrl ofrestraints and oernment studya and the under the suptrsision ol the Principal of Christian home are con titled with ihr bet educational advantages. daily walks of life. He had a warm For further particulars in re.nl to board, tuition, eu., address heart and a kind word for all and was JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danvlllo, Ey. always ready to do a good deed for nny one wno needed his assistance. He died on Sunday afternoon and his funeral takes place at the Presbyterian church, of which he was a consistent member, on Tuesday at fU o'clock, a. m. A convention of dogs uwas held.(at S. Cor. Lth Jc Vino, Cincinnati, O. Lexington on tho 24th, 25 tu and 2Gth inst.; which was well attended by a Book-keepin- g, Short-Han- d, Type-Writin- g, highly respectable class of the canine species, sullicient at least to secure tho Business Practice, Correspondence, Clerking, Commercial Arithmetic, attention of such interested observers as Penmanship and all Business Branches. Gen. Wade Hampton, Gen. Geutry and 1862. Larsoand nourishing. Twelve Instructors. Up with the times. Established for Business Pursuits. Has the confidence of the BusIuom Community. several other sure enough generals, Rob- Tits thoroughly are aided demand ert Twoley, Drs. Cawick and McClure, The at ml tnts are incan bo hudand are city at in securing employment. The chargedDoes low dKures. Day and NlRht He!on. In the reasonable. Board Messrs. J. Helming. Bernard Xehns, Olias promises. Investigation bOllclted. bend for catalogue. C W McGEE, PRINCIPAL. ver Grey Falconerjandj others Gen. Geutry gave an elegant dinner to 173 hunters from nine different States, IMK9CU viz: Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Virginia, West Virginia, Georgia, Alabama and Kentucky. The delegates to tho dogj convention consisted of St. Bernards, ' pointers, setters, creyhottn.ls, fiold span M. hull dog3 ami bull terriers. It seeti s tlmt no curs wens allowed beats iu ,the convention nnd in this respect itditleml from some of the political conventions j that are sometimes held throughout the nntiou. It is reported that there was and for no wranjjlinij or fighting among the del fgates, hut they treated each other po-tures Colic, , 'CatorlaU so well adapUM to children that Sour Stomach, Diarrha-a-Constipation, Eructation, I recommend it a superior to any prescription litely and respectfully, no one assuming Kills 'oai, gives bleep, and promotes H. A. Ancucu, M. I)., Vrown to me " Ion, superiority over another, or actini ns Without lujurious medication. Ill So. Oxford St., Drooklyn, X T. ........ 1. I .1 .! nc cAueuietiI .1... cuiiveuwun 10 nit; luuiiKii Ths CssTAfrt Company, 77 Murray Street, N. Vs lurk when he chosti to howl. The of the chairman were fair, and at ff 'i gSXEJSE3SSgaggggZlg the adjournment 'Kaih di5 took off his several way. Centre College Academy :&'ome TJic Next Session of Institution Begins Sept. 9, Boarding Training" Department I. Telegraphy, ' Infants Children. 1 ! .- -I - rul-inn- n Keol ed to meet some other day.'' Maj. J. V. Taylor, of New York, well- - - known to most Kentucky sportsmen, y anil a native Kentuokian, was present, and was the principal judge iu the great 225-poun- d 1,000-pouu- 1,100-poun- z's er d Hus-tonvill- e 1 paper-hange- r, three-month- s' bench show. When the New York Press made Dealers In- the discovery that the jackass is to figure largely iu politics this year, that distinguished republican journal had probably failed to observe the fact that there has always been a striking similarity bestween that dignified quadruped aud ma-uof the professional politicians who have figured conspicuously iu tho world's history. The J. A. is noted for OTTE, his serenety of countenance, his austerity of manner, his long ears, always elevated at an angle of 45 degrees, listening OF KANAWHA FRESH GAR-LOA- D easterly tor the applause of his fellow an- A imals, priding himself upon his personal appearaucc, the strength of his lungs and his skill and dexterity in handling his heels. The politician, whose blataut JAY-EYE-S- EE voice is heard upon every hill-toand rarm, noma -iu every valley, is uo less proud of his MitJ. I. Cask, (Hickory urove "Anor trying ; Knclne, Win., hays: Of Jay.Kyo-See- ) lung power, nnd with ears ever open to every known remedy, 1 removed a lurjte Uunch from a 3 year olu tilly. S of two years standing, of listen to the praise bestowed upon him S w ltli three applications by tho people and the press, keeps his trained political nose in readintss to Bcent tho breeze of popular favor ami his S Itisthcbcstnreparntlonlhaveeverusedorheard heels in shape to trot iu the direction of. 1 heurtlfy recommend it to ullllorsouion." S C 7Q!tjl0G) K3l most likelv to insure succes?, without We have hundreds of such testimonial. auy reference to principles, or anything Trice, SI. 30 per bottle. Askyourdruojistforlt. Uhe that has not a favorable beariug upon i Haafwju docs not ketplt, send us rc.8Uiui or silver, for trial box. . W. It. K1I)V Ai CO., WIUtclinll.N. his success. Another marked similarity 5tSiMT,,AI,t MnK- " n.mmni between tho two animals is their propensity to look after their temporal An excellent Farfti CVD OKI or el) Improved, tosaerei.ou wants. The J. A. keeps a sharp lookout jALLli RENT MlltrR Uhnlk depot. J?02& for his fodder, while the P. P. wastes no pike, 3 rnilet from time in seeking for anything that does SAI-E- . FARM not pay. An empty granary has no atbefore, ou wiii ll at public tale, if not told braver and tractions for tho an ofiice without a fat salary has uo SatUrday,.OctOOOr lO, lOUl, R. McPhcrson. I nk a liber! 13?J',L.0,f S"j!," charms for the windy statesman who 'At, P. M.6oacrect rich, bottom.o: UU Kiwr h twhi " P."?"6. ' w... nu Lancaster ii, i wui wuumui the SUntoru n.ii. seeks conspicuity aud prominence in the land, ,,e ' Ienry Ho.ter fam. which the firm ofI Hilton A McPherwn (tailed out VroSm! think can eauly Proe why t will be repair, to do, d ha, political world. Of the J. A. and P. P. ThellweUi n:hn.Wod well, fine orchard, and beneficial to botn my customer. and n7lf. For u. nuance look at tnete prices, ao pououi kM- per ... .i... r....Itir tit th dice it may be said of a truth: "Par nobile Arbuckle'a coffee i$ cent half cash, balance in ti and 13 tedaugarforli,other od iu proportion. Alio TRRMJ.-O- ue minim." pound and all , mouths. have en hand at all time lumher and thlnglei for HllilUJt, in. i It. T. BUSH, loeslonsnea J. ale A crematory is being built ia RichRowland, Ky. 5;'.i yr Agent for M. PeyUa Va. mond, y FARM b. & 11 AfiDIM Staple andF anc3T Groceries, Hardware Queen- Glass- - ar.cl Tinware. SEE SLUG ilsTT lillTSS OF LdMPS. SALT p Tm . QUINN'S OINTMENT, j I rUr 1 r j OASSC oizxfsr. FPU I four-foote- d plnVr. a-- si -- -- "'" ..- -- j-- i.: td ,P . . ' - U A bail wrerk on tho Pittsburgh and C. T. Maon, n ortt v riiilMinii The com. con. is dead, thanks to the Giver of every aooii ift. Mr. Walter Western road occurred at McKitn's Sid county farmer, was thrown from his Emerson, of tho Louisville Time1', con I ine. Pa. Seven dead bodies wero taken horse and killed. A dispatch from HurnMdc says nr tinned the good news in a telegram aa from the wreck. Twenty people wero 8TANronD, ICy , Septemijkk 111), 181)1 abundance of oil, tfldt water and gas hn follows last evening: "Tho instrument injured, most of them laborers. The judge lias issued a rule calling been struck in the Otter Creek oil fleldh is Rigned, sealed and delivered. The on the jurymen to show cause why they at a depth of 7lR) feet. A railroad theiict abated. Shake !" nuisance W. P. 8 ? should not be punished for contempt of is contemplated at once. Uks KiiHthi.'s recent letter from Dan- court, because they drew straws for a Thk new constitution went into effect ville to "the Louisville Truth, written in verdict in a civil case ut Springfield. awith the adjournment of tho conven- his must humorous ami amusing vein, Uf Ep Fort, TrlE ftvv SoYcA'tf I"oR RhcUMi JM Fifteen dead anil !W injured people tion and it u us intimated in open session hating stirred up a hornet's nest and wero taken from a wreck near Burgos, Wr will tfll on the pre m es nil by Judpe Heckner that President Clay, brought down the maledictions of that Spain, which was caused hyu collision, Thursday, Octobor I, 1891, 'ofjeAPPuci-riOr- l URE cure; CnpUf who made a NioroiiH npeech ai;atnt literary and pious comimui'ty on his Friday, between an express mid a freight. RicHARKtf-TAYL- R PEEDY i,rm in j imo,n lonl, Meats. ?TSZJ or "1HI -- k r f Bo...i Umi entrallr VO mUlninin( i waiting till Nov. 1, might be animalrd poor head, he attempts in his last issue Ten of the in hired will nrobabiv die. ? V3&x&Kisawffismsammt "'jw-wymDanville, l.a.n. ulrr unit hlnntorU mini ltw-liv personal reasons. Tho peoplo of to make amends, but instead makes mile !nm HuliMc Joseph Muck, his wife and two Montgomery petitioned the body to de- matters worse. Our Danville friends do daughters were in a carriage which was t At the am time we will ilo sell u or n good II. J McK. IIKItls MoMirit Mure W II lIK.r.lNS nnd Colts. Farming Implement, lay the promulpUion of tiie document not like to have their pretty town adverKitchen Furniture struck by a fast train on the Pan Han Honvh.iia.iml Muck Also 4oi:xa jo stacks of Tlmolh) F.w, till th'y could vote upon a subscription tised as "hljepy mid sepulchral" and die at Centreville, Ind. Throe were in ll and fj bushels of Hemp Seed !f tho Mtest to the Kentucky Midland to bo extend- they will accept no apology, which reit- stantiy killed and the other fatally in- importation IWei.ion nl Idtm hiii Per'! II X) aWOI'K, Hubble, Ky im ed through Una county. This road erates the charges, even if it does con- jured. would cut through Mr. Clay's proud clude with these honeyed words: "In Forest fires continue to do great acres of and he doesn't want the mean time, ye dear people of Dan damage in Northern Minnesota and in Our Stock of-s Administrator of Dr K. 1. Kliodcs. deed I it to. The insinuation that a statesman ville, we pray tliee shake not your gory portions of Wisconsin. Near Pino City, ill sell on the premises, miles from Millile like Mr. Clay could be influenced by locks at Truth. Truth loves ye as a Minn., five farm laborers who weru fightille n the Milled,:eville and Mnnford pike, on personal motives in public affairs is un- brother and would rather a thousand ing the tiro were surrounded and burned Oct. xst, 1891, worthy of any one who makes it and in times bo your jester and win your smileB to death. Is now ...most complete and we w ill be able to Ilis pirson.it property, consisting in part a namo of tho L. & X., and other cor- than to pose for one fleeting moment as the show to the people of Hail it Vanhook, doing a general Mule, Horses, at bushels porations wo resent it. Mr. Clay has your tormentor. So if ye ever smilo let merchandise business at Burnside and Wheat, Cm. Mill, ja Stoves i Champion of Lincoln county as complete a stock, we think, as tlder has ever been mmbmcil i Surrey .ind llnrnrss, Wagon no personal grievances. It is the dys it be now let us all smile together; one Sloan'e Valley, made an assignment Fri- and Harness, offered for their inspection in Tham.11 . Hal, i . .... 7 . lluirirv. t "v.-- . pepsia that makes him see tilings as large, wholesome and honest smile, a day. Liabilities $1,500 or $1,000; assets iiiruini: now, tucki ol liny nnd about ion libit, of Corn. Term c.ih and $1,800 or $2,000. Bad outstanding debts smile of friendship, through a glass, darkly. MKS. LUCY II. RHODKS Admr. 7 eternal forgiveness. Come! Let us to was the cause. Tiikhk must be more women with a the drug store, where we may smile and PUBLIC The loss of life by the Hood at hankering desire to unsex themselves in smile and smile!" in Spain, seems to have been terOK the republican debt ridden State of Kanrible beyond all recent precedent. The When a fattier takes back his son who sas than on the same space anywhere in LAND, STOCK, CROP AND the world. The latest effort of the short has escaped from the penitentiary in or sacrifice of 3,000 out of 7,000 inhabitants PERSONALTY. of a disaster both haired creatures .s the incorporation at der to get the S50 reward, times must be is tragically suggestive I WII.I. ON Topeka of a bureau for "the better edu- hard and money scarce. That's what sudden and sweeping. Eleven Italians were killed and .TO cation of women in economical, social old man Cope, of Marshal county, did, Oct. 15, 1891. and political matters, with full and un- when his son got out of the Eddyville wero injured by tho explosion of a Offer to the following propconditional use of the ballot " lu her penitentiary and made his way back to bomb at a display of fireworks in New- erty My the highlit bidder 131 acre bluerass Harm ark, N.J. An overcharge of powder is Uud in l.UKoln lontaimns . 7 inl'et from county, Ky his house. present sphere women are the most from Well the alleged cause of the accident, but it et In and t, milt,acrei MilWilSfulle, awith 7 adorable creatures on earth. When she new home tfrM but o Men ' Tkn negroes were sentenced to be is hinted that there was dynamite in the roiin.i tinel) HmOit-- inside and out '1 here l an oversteps that and begins to monkey as abundance nf fruit nf selected variolic from earhung at Laurens, S. C, for tho murder bomb. ly June apple, to Jeiietin. 1 hi re I, ample itahlc a man, either on the rostrum or at the Col. Bradford Dunham, general su- room lor loor 11 lirei, thrrt being ti box stall, And Gents' Furnishing Goods. We are still sole agents for the old polls, she loses the love ami respect that of another negro. This is most too and j'I nrioaty I will alt .til ihc crop and stock contitting uf much of a good thing. The country perintendent of the Alabama Midland, reliable waterproof HfKLL HOOTb. every true man feels for God's last and would be satisfied if only one murderer formerly general manager of the L. A jo stails agoador luv, ijj barrel, of com in the field and lot btBt gift to man. Uier hay in the Warn, supposed AIos car old work tanUn for every person murdered was hanged. N., shot and killed James Cunnninc- - 10 le j or ,i ca.A an ,unu, vmi-- s ill hut... alia bay, at Montgomery, gool broodivooii lamiiv t old, line with a hue colt ham, a Judge I3oyi done his duty towards mam 4 j cars The people of Kentucky having rat- because he made improper advances to and in loal vo (.entry Oambelta; a good mill bringing criminals to punishment duroMfs 11 trod hoc, sowr sow, and a New lit of farming ulr...( also new lot l hc, and wagon ing the recent teim of court, but the ified their new constitution, the conven- his wife. plow ear ami rattm, ankle, useful and nt tiled Thirty republican county conven "ii farm. juries played sad havoc with the execu- tion has ro assembled to change it again. Term, -cash law. Harbourville News. For unrectilied whisky, slick gals, crack tious have been held in Kansas so far, J10 a irewit All um, of Sio twill In hand, and oer tion of the will bo i.( Jan without constitutional con and but one has indorsed prohibition. interest Term, in (itN th Itmrf, in rHMsd and the The above is not very elegantly express- racers and balance in an.l years with Interest from date ed, but it tells .m o'er true story. With vention?, Kentucky can't be beat. At- - This is really the most remarkable po W t. kr.El. 'f litical surprise of tho year in tho Sun1,00 indictments on the docket, 112 of lanta Constitution. Tin following was piepared but not flower SUite. Can it be that the g. o. p. which are for the taking of human life, "Kesolved, is going to go back on all its old ideas '.' was convicted at tiie term otfered in thu convention: but one man !i iinliid- - Ot th. Is Receiving Hi3 There was a panic in a crowded Oi mug ' uiii'rr ', of the ourt spoken of and he for a rath- -' 'hat next Tuesday, Sept. 29, bo set apart r 1 ii, is'v a as the day for signing and proclaiming colored church at Jacksonville, Fin. ? er minor offense. The mountains will BS fOf n b c always bear an unenviable name as long1 the constitution. Kesolved further, that During an all night revel the gas flick as such a state of case is allowed to ex- all business be suspended throughout ered and the superstitious darkies made Go 'ds Warnn m Perfect Kit Gatianteed. Giv the State, the church bells bo tolled and a rush for the door. One woman was ist. "m a call. all people stand in silence with uncover- killed and three others fatally hurt and TliK bleeding "Stigmata" case, which ed heads while this sovereign body re- about 20 people weru seriously crushed the Courier Journal has tried to make luctantly gives up its soft job." and bruised. -' such a sensation about, turns out to be Jealousy of his bride led nothing but a venereal disorder incurred NEWSY NOTES. I. All AMI K'.SII.iri Thomas Carr, aged 10, to a terrible crime !.. by the woman during a life of shame, lie cut crime in Lwm county. 'Mil Tiie first snow of the season fell at led befoie her alleged reformation. It her throat, then his his ltKXOVATKD IMPROVED. must he confessed that this is a very Ltadvilie, Col., all Friday night. s and finally his own. He 12 Riley Smart, who was stung in dull season for newspapers, butthepub. and his sister died instantly, but S2.50 Dav. Mention of such a "sensation" is not jus- places by yellow jackets, died from the the others are still alive, though desper Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court- - louse mat- effects at Madison, Ind. tifiable or creditable, even as ately wounded. LOUISVILLK..KY. The president has appointed Charles ter. A lire which broke out in Moore it W. Erdman, of Louisville, to be United Co.'h big machine works at MinneapoA. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan. J. .. It is said that the long promised, in- States Consul at Stockholm. lis destroyed it and a large grain eleva teresting event to occur in the family of Riley Macklin, murderer of George tor, causing a loss of about 5200,000. A Cleveland, will take place Weisbrodt, of Cincinnati, at Blue Lick number of firemen were caught by fall very soon now. On advice of the family Springs, was captured at Vernon, Tex. ing walls and 17 of them were burned, phvsician, Mrs. Cleveland has returned Simpson Bush, tho Powell county bruised ami otherwise hurt. Three of from Buzzard's Bay to New York. So- wife murderer, will hang Dec. 18, unless them will die. ciety is said to be much agitated, and al- the court of appeals rushes to his resCommissioner Raum's annual reSta- tr 7"" '" "A The above is a cut of Dicks Pat though only the nearest of Mrs. Cleve- cue. port shows that there weru on thu Unit out Feed Cutter, the best cutter land's friends are admitted to her presEx Congressman Polk Laffoon, of ed States pension roll 07(5,100 pensioners ence, cards and other remembrances Kentucky, who has been running a furfor nil purposes on the market. Junel.O, l.V)l, an increase of i:!S,21(S for from her friends pour in steadily niture store at Sheffield, Ala , has as tiie year. Of the number home on thu Call and examine. I also have lie signed. roll ll.'t.o!)7 were pensioned because of McKinley law the large U.vnnu the the Fire in Chattanooga destroyed S. D. wounds or disease incident to set vice in Chicago importers, Marshall Field ifc Webstei's commission warehouse and the war between tho States. Co., have just paid ?:i,000 tariff on SI its contents of cotton, hay and grain. Gertrude Mary Ponsonby White Wh' 100 worth 4jf pearl buttons. Of conri-. a si'Iisjikmi lu. in ami I,ohs 200.000. of the Earl cf l.i.iiiMil. k , 'v iiirnif diwwsc, lint jt mil Truman, tho tatiff charges will be added to the amol And the Maj. Win. Tillman, the absconding Ponsonby and Lord Kinnairn, of Perth- bjfilol the iiif'i. Ir.ticrnm- il th 'oumry real cost in fixing the price of these hut Or kti n i, turtle "f I'll- i'.tcu il and I cashier of the broken Falls City Bank, of shire, Scotland, married iiei fit tier's l.,jr'iinii f il i Mnlieal and Sur(Kl lu tons and those who buy them pay the Kv Louisville, has been indicted for emlxr. groom and afterwards a Salvation Army .tunic I difference. The tarili is therefore a tax zleinent, theft and forgery. Friday she was in the police He will visit Stanford at tho My innii. and in many cases the meanest and Wm. Meadows was convicted ol cou 1 at Hamilton, (hit., charged with ' nr of Kanawha S.dt just received. ers House, Friday, Ocm09t onerous of taxes. bastaidy at Owonsboro, Ids victim being drunkenness. tober 2d. Mn. Blaise, in declining to take part his gtaiidd.uighter, who is of unsound The Cherokee Strip is filled with Returning vcr month during the year to ro in the Ohio canat, writes that the elec- mind He is 72, she 20. disappointed housekeepers, who failed mini une ila l)r lte Im lxfa conHtd Willi ih largi t Merrill Best, accused of being an ac- to secure claims in the mad rush for of McKinley is very important to tion ihc country, nu.ni inami treating una Hm mo ssiiMrior the country and to the republican party. complice in the murder of Jeff Hollo-wa- quarter tedious Tuesday. Prairie fires duNo4irit wm fiust l. c in Washington county, was cap- have been started out of icvengo and th dine.' and whrfl Wonder if this is the same Blaine who, Ili ttill lelntn in speaking of McKinley's infamous bill, tured Saturday, after an effort to shoot much laud has been rendered unfit for to remain dim- d.ijr Stantrtrd the oflicers. last year, said it did not open the marwinter grazing. Water is selling at 2o Trrat all urahle Medu l and Surjicil l)i.a The Winchester Democrat says tho cents a drink and sandwiches uru worth kets of the world for a single birrel of "JZODI2V, GROCKRY" Acute and Chmtik Cilarrh, Diseases ol tit) three little bovs of the late Hon. W. P. a whole quarter section. Kye, Eat, In 'I liroat .mil I.ungs, Iynpciia, our flour or a pound of pork'.' Taulbee were taken to Louisville last llrtlH's Hi , DlaLctc, Kidticyn I.tver, lliadddrr, Cliioul-- , Kemilu and Sexual OistMses. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Editor Ion B. Nam- - announces the week and placed in the Masonic Or Kpilepsy or fits cured A positi.c (Jutrantce. voluntary withdrawal of the Farmers phans' Home. Miss .Mattiu War J, daughter of organ of the Home Journal as the oflicial A wholesale pausage factory has been YOUNG & MIDDLE AGED MEN HvuuKcliHt J. M. Kwuih, will marry Gto. Farmers and Laborers' Union, because it established at Bowling Green. It will Sufleritir; fnun Spennalorrlito and iinp.ilcnc) as S. Uriict. Oct. 7. Vecwhes is unalterably opposed to tho order be- make 7.."jOO pounds a day, of all kinds. the resu t of self aliuse ill youth or excess in Cheese, C. II. 1'orry has brought suit for diyears and ntlier Cases, produciqtE sonn ol ing dragged into the People's Party by People with valuable dogs keep n close the folio ini: cHeus .is nu.uiis, blntchos, vorce at WaBhiimton bi'causo his wife nrrvotinss, iliazmoss, cimfulsioii of the dominant faction, though that fac- watch over them. persists in jiruacliin tlio faith euro doc- aversion to sociftv. defective memnrv. and ok. ual oxhauition, wfiKh .unit the Mttim fur Iiu4INcs tion contains only a third of the memLewis county comes forward with - 1.111.; HItwc HUH yilCtlliUare, Tin .111(1 WOOdeilWare, I'ruit Jars, trine ami ni'ulectinn her family. or marriage. ar. permanently curril hy remrdie. bers. another tragedy. John Moore was shot f Win. II11U und wifi', of thin county, no,",J"r,ou Jelly Glasses &c. by ids brother-in-law- , John Allen. nired rfBiK'Ctively SI5 anil SI, celebrated -t News confesses to ii dupliThe Paris Moore's relations with Allen's wife theOLM anniversary of their marriage in cation of our experience, recently reci- caused the trouble. byphiln and oiupli ations, us sore lltroa a (jtiiut way at thu lioinu of their 8011 inIttC of the li.tir. nam in thr bonis eruntiiu ::,,!' ted, in sending out duns ami anxiously Tho Piovidence miners who have law, Adam Itaiiin, on the Kith. They rt perfeilly aaaaiavawsjsjat :ury ii without mill,' inquires "What's tho matter with the been on a strike for two weeks, dniz went to know of no one now Hvinir of tho 100 otlur iniiirious (ilret, Stricture and all Conorrh'La. people?" If the answer is not that most work yesterday. Tho operators s- -. ci r...V''":" aim Niuncy iron! les are sHcUily .irv. t,j ucai accede UiiestB who attended their wedding. "IVVMV17'C-24CS T .M .naWviuovfl of those who make accounts aro dishonnifiu inai neir lallwl f to the demand of the workmen to use Mt.SterliiiL'. Sentinel. lie undertakes nn incurable ca .es, but ..lire' Ou. . . ? OUIC est, wo have to give it up, but wo are thu tliousanil'. L'lven to ilit. standard bcreen. nl Ketneml.r the date nnd come early, confident that wo have struck centre. Tw Cftl A number of persons lost their Tim V. A. iM. reiiif6tH n to (inhlish rooms are alaw crjded wherever he stop. Has the largest and lives and much valuable properly was the following: Mai BHii ' CONSULTATION FREE. Aktku a siege of 52 days with typhoid destroyed by prairie fires in Dakota and MOST COMPLETE STOCK Literal y and Iliitoiical Calendar for Correspondence oln ilel and jMlidciiilal fever, Editor A. It. Dyche, of the Lon- Minnesota. Rains have put an end to Address the week: don Echo, is convalescent and his friends tiie fires in Wisconsin. OK. 127 Gen. Ur.'i; died 1S7(, Commodoro Mi;iICAI AND xfRfJiCAI. INSTIIl 11 hope for his speedy recovery. 4th St Louisville, Ky 31 Colquitt, of Georgia, is a ScininR born lHO'J. Senator of Marathon Ji)0 IJ. C. Tub Winchester Democrat lias passed minister of thu gospel of tiio Methodist HOMEOPATHIC ever shown in Stanford at prices persuasion, and according to all testimohorn 1S07. Kittor tlied ISoD. the --'(ith mile post of an honorable, journy is as able a man in a pulpit as lie is died 151:5. I'ompey horn as low as the lowest. nalistic journey, while we hope, like tho 1(X) B. 0. Nelnon horn 175S. in a Congressional chair. Remember that I have one of the best watch-makergo on forever. in the State, brook, will High liceine and slim patrouago has' .".0 Whitefield died 1770. Kuripiiit's to can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have tn Tho Nebraska republican conven- caused five nf Owonsboro's saloons to hoi n ISO U. O. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old BolinKbroks, horn 1G78. tion nominated Mr. Blaine for the pres- throw up tiie sponge. They will not be Oct. l"' ,paco ut a Mtt dH,c- Ma,le j t?o s'lv" taken at market J)ricc. Your trade and work is ZvAVy" Railroad in tho u. S., 1833. idency by a unanimous and prolonged missed as there r.ro nbout SO others there j iiK;r.iNs,Stn.ford, Ky horn, 1800. to furnish liquid refreshments. hoop. ted and I guarantee sattsfactioVi. A. R. Semi-Weekly Interior journal IGHTNIMG WALTON. - I w Farm and Stook. - FOR wv& r'gY mm OR BEAST - v Em 19 MINT SAFE i tfftxs, i I , blue-jjras- s Public Sale. , NEW GOODS, -- , Thursday, 1 FALL AND WINTER GOODS lol-lo- 1 1 low-to- . - n : fellow-feelin- g Con-puegr- a, SALE Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, Thursday, htan-fu- nl Men's ancBoys' Fine and Heavy Boots and Shoes, Misses and Children's School Shoes, and Hoys' Hats, Neckwear, n ) 1 3MCHOBERTSS& HrGGIJNTS. one-hors- e i- -j 1 "S Bias EVIDENCE J C'i) Spr si dr I ft ; l ail 1 uminer Goods AND iTHK WKJLJLAKB 9 THOROUGHLY sister-in-law'- s, Hr mother-in-law'- in-la- Wk "J? Rates Per fill-u- p N.ul.crts"' Mn"ner- Dicks Patent Feed Cutter ir !LCB3ay -- DR. D.D.REA, . 1 i I -- Surgeon& Specialist f e Studebaker Wagon I grand-daughte- r - Si.r-ti- OLIVEB PLOW, with Genu.no Extras 1 J B. FOSTER y, 11 ry - SSSjGo to A. Dried Apples, A. WARREN'S Meats, ej-e- For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and and Prunes, Rice, Pickles, Preserves and Jams; ..- dera-lit- y, J(, ' l- Blood and Skin Diseases. ' The Old Reliable Jeweler"5 . . --- in the sr. 1111 , &CtO I' WV1' A. R. Penny sa . , 2S-I- attle EZ: Wl - Watches and Jewelry s i.ord rTururtetSu -- 2-- Firat ', i' PKNNY. , -. vv jL.JLaii.v'iS. TltiaSflTf fihrllf" c.x. V B' 4. acaie. i.'l s 3T . - - Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal Nrw mixed and straight pickles at A. A. Warren's ItKMRMniEii 1 Skk our new lino of sacking flanneli. Severance ijSon. Stani'okj), Ivy , SniTr.MiiEit 29, 1891 villo Oaniki. Utcir.MUw, the lieriiuui who tho date. Dr. Ken, the Louis-will b nt the Myers (hanirht the Saunders place at Crvib Or- Houo, Fridnv, Oct. 'Jd. rhanl, died Inst week. No oni: hum that wo can find felt thu Tin: neiro, George Dridcman, who cut Usui, of this county, at Junction enrthtinke reported from Louisville and City, wan uiven two ywira by thu II ylo other points at 11 o'clock Smurday Ciirnit Court. ninht. HiiKli wall-known col-oie- The Louisvil Is now ready to sltoiv the HOP B.O.WALTON,bU.ManaKOI" MEANS BUSINESS. M.ii.vvivo bfiiuttfully 'i"1 artistically tin' at A. K. Penny's. em account in now rondy. 1 lease i.iil mill Rottlu. A. It. Penny. 1 d Lkti iikr Gooiil', the one man who siilIertHl & !U Kyotirwntr.li, flock and jowclry w'ouk, died Friday repaired at A. H. Penny's. All work of the hot days of lust morning from its ellenls. tv nrrii tilitit Humkmiikii tlintnll silverwnre. vatchep, l.irrciiKii Goonx, tho colored man who rlnia. &e.. houelit at A. K. I'enny n will ln engraved free of chaw sulleri'd n Btinstroke, died Saturday. Ho was a good darkey and 1mh PERSONAL POINTS. death is greatly regretted. iH piito ill of Mu. Ciiakixy IUviibn Jok Mklvin's saw mill, near Otteii-heifever. was ontirely destroyed by lire a MihM Ass Shanks returned from Shel few nights ago. It is suppor-etho lire I. y villi) yesterday. was up from was communicated from tho sawdust. Hiin-trofc- o Tim governor has appointed J. H. Stephens pollco judge at Crab Orchard, to fill the vacancy caused by tho killing of Juilgo Hubert. very hot and very dry and the signal service promises no relief. The grass is drying up and cisterns and wells aie nearly empty. The drouth is becoming serious. lions to tho wife of Judge Thotnns P. Hill, Jr., of Bullalo, Wyoming, who is staying at her father, Win. Burton's, n second boy, who hns been named for his Col. Hill. grand-father, Largest, Best Selected and Most Va ried Stock ever Broui q:i lo This Town - It is still in .. . Mn. WaltkiiSausiikiih By us on any previous occasion- Having looked forward to an early Fall Trade ive made very large and, heavy purchases for oar departments and now, as the cold wave is expectea aaiu, we a.re fully prepared to do the rushing business. We have not room enough to quote all onr prices, pome in and examine the qualities and. hear the prices of our Centre College Sunday. Mu. John Drss, of Boy Jo, to the jMiestof Mr. Will IlatiKhuian. Mim Nan M.MIaS, of Danville, is visiting MIph Annio KaiiKhman. and Minn Sallio Mum J. 11. Soi-visiting in 01 attnnooi. King are Mkb. Jok Kkn.nkh, of Cincinnati, in visitlnc Mr nnd Mrs. It. .limner. A iiiBi'ATcn from Washington says that Mr. 0. W. Cralft is iu that city. Mns. J. K. Faiikih and Mrs. G. C. Kel- ler, Jr., went to Ixniisville yesterday. Miis. Ki.la UitAiNiAiinand Mies Kate Owsley, of Illinois, are vUltini; friends here. Miss Anna Kiuti.kv, of Ludlow, isthe of MifcH OeorRio Klrtloy at the Kiu-B- t College. Mkwits. .J. T. ani Wm. Conn left yes- sent on by Judge Banett, Friday, for Tin: I j. & N. authorities have ordered Vernon, Texas, to visit .Shcrll!" further trial and confessing before Judge the iron urn table that ha been nt Rowterday for Varuon. was given three months in tho land to be taken to Livingston. At the J T.Conn. rate our city council is going they will Miis. I1M..M, who spent tho stimmer in county jail. remove everything before they wake up. Kliahcthtuun, has joined hor bon, Kev. Omi man Augden Bridge water wns It seems to be the general desire that if lieu Helm, here. promptly on hand Saturday to answer the council cannot and will not shoot, Mlt. J. A. Hauiiis, Miss Nettie Harris the charge brought by W. S. Wighnm, it give up the gun and let somebody else and Mrs. U. It. KtiKlemnu are visiting but tho latter was not ready for trial and in Madison. try. relatives the ease was put oil' till next Friday. Josh-Knit- , Miss Many Koit, sister of Mr. Bridge is accused of threatening to kill Tin: L. A-- N. will run a special train went up to Lily yesterday to visit Mr. Wighnm. from Lnnraster to L'bnnon on account Mrs. V. It. Hawkins. Tiotling Ahsociation, Oct. 7 to P. II. .Ionix and children went Thurs- of the Miu.. J. Tin: bain of Joe Swepe burned TicketH will be sold at one faro for the to Lexington Saturday to spu..d a few day night, causing a Iosh of SSOO to $1,- round trip, good returning on thu 10th. 1)00. The origin of tho fire is a mystery, weeks with her parents. Train will leave Lancaster at 7 and Leb ill but Incendiarism 0111(1' up to assist The is suggested. Hii'i. J'K Hnl-l-Ki- i after the trots each day. For fur-t'uthcnieetinir, but wax tooill to remain building contained a mower and binder, anon information nddross W. W. Ponn, about 100 bushel of hiMiipsuml, harness, and returned home yesterday. T. P. A., Junction City. Mns. Fiusk Matthews write us to farming utensil, in: . i i.'... .i urn W. S. Rkuaiids, sou of tho late Mutt Miunne-Hiauiirwi ui I.,.. iNi.m i.. .... B. Kbnnhdy says that A bs muso it l 111., from Somerset. (ieuoo'l, Richards, was adjudged a lunatic before Mn. J. M. CoAKi.tv, of Campbells- under the new constitution the taxnblo Judge Varnon yesterday and ordered nude, property of Lincoln county will be in- to tho asylum. Deputy Sherill' S. W. Mile, ar lived on a visit to her creased fully a million mid a half dol Meuefce took him to Lexington in the John M. Mcltobort. Sr., yesterday. V Ci.iiixiu went to Cumber-lan- d bus. After it goes into ell'ect nil propMu J. nfternooti. The trouble is a nervous one (lap, Sunday night, to accept .i po- erty is to be assessed nt what it would and his family hope for his full restora bring at a voluntary rash sale. tion. He nnd his mother will pay lim sition with tho K., C. U. & L It. It. .Miw.ik.nxik Hriiiu;.", a lovely young expenses and not put him on the charge FntK. Our corresonduiit at Hubble lady of Hloomincton, 111., was the euoK failed to write last issue nnd we did not of tho State. f r a few days of her cousins, tho Misses hear of the burning of Mr. Sidney DunCi.ki. Williams, of Mt. Vernon, is doWray. bar's letddenro till too Into to publish it. Aiiuik ItocitNK and Maggie ft was the old John Kngleman house ing bia best to overcome the !500 repubMitral lican majority in RockcnBtle. Thu Sigup to Mid HeTing, of Garrard, ms large and valuable. Los Hob and was both nal says the arrival of a third boy at his (tiffhoro yesterday to visit Mrs. on house and furniture $1,500, about house cuts the ligures to 207. Tho .SigHatiiiltou. half covered by itiBurnnco. Cause of nal also gives tliis gratifying item: I). C. one of our hand- lire unknown. Mim AnnikUukkn, who wns Poyntor, huhes, ir L. S3. Jonus, grocer at Middlesboro, n brother of Mr". Sium. of this place, assigned Inst week to Lawyor Wood and As attempt was made to gain entrance B. G. l'enuiiigton, who are closing his to Higgins A: McRoberts' store Saturday night, hut fortunately for the propriestock out. tors the eflnrt was futile. The iron bars Foil Sau:. Good frame house of foil in tho window were considerably bent, rooms with half acre lot attached. Con- but not.Btifllciently so as to ndmit the veniently located in Stanford. Cistern thief. and necessary outbuildings. Apply to Ook Hubble letter, bearing date Sept. W. A. Tribble. 22(1, did not reach here till yesterday a Tin: Boston Ideal Minstrels promise a week to come seven miles. Thu corresrefined entertainment, full of mirth nnd pondent writeB that the Istkkiok Jouit-na- ls music at Walton's Opera House, Friday nre usunlly from a day to a week night, 2d. Secure your ticket at Mc- behind getting there. All this business Roberts' drug Btore. is going to be remedied ns Capt. II. B. Hknuy Miihi.i:tos, for stealing n coat Jenks, chief clerk, has promised to see where tho trouble lies. from CapL McPherson, at Rowland, wns Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Gaps, Hats, Furnishing Goods, Carpets, Trunks, &c. --- To Shoes, And we are satisfied that we can save yon from 10 to 25 per cent. A WAY:- each customer who buys 20' s worth of goods from us one Fine Mocking Chair. It is not necessary to buy all these goods at the same time. Come in and get your book and we will keep account of your purchases. EQ-C3-- S .A-ZbTU- D FEA-THEK-- S Bought at the highest market vrice. Main Street, Stanford, Ky, A. URBANSKY, MANES AND GABRIEL, Managers. .jkfVSi Proprietor. AND -- 'yfe:?y. -- STEEL BOILERS, Upright and Horizontal. and Portable. All Stationary, Semi-Portable ?r: && -- :imiu IrHi power. sizes up to in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Uncqualcd Durability. 2G-horse WriCr fur Free II'iMlrated I'amji'ets mil your j"!3tftt TIER JAMES I.EFFEL NTW ORK CITY tnli 10 & CO., I Sl'RINCHI U, OHIO Tiik Hoston Ideal Minstr. Is with iH uni ormed, splendid band, lmndsnuK-lwill give a street parade at 2 o'clock Fri day next. Come iu and see it and stay to the show at Walton's Opera House that night. Eloped to W, B. McROBERTS, Complete Line of Bdhool Books, School Tennessee somest and most slyllsh young to spend a for Louisville to-d- ay Mit. J. B. UiiKits, of Ilustonville, suffered a stroke of paralysis, Friday, which few weeks. Miss Doi.i ik M( ItomJirra, aeronrpanled atlected his entire right Hide. Very unuby herfath.T, Mr. John J. McKoberts, sual for him, he fell nsleop while sitting went to Harrodsburg yesterday to enter inn chair at liis store, with hii head When ho resting on his shoulder. Daughter's Colleco. MissJkaN IUmhsas, who spent n awoke he was in u couftiMtil utile and few dajsat Mr. A. A. MelCinnuy's re- complained of a numbness in his arm turning fiom ti visit to Richmond, went ami leg. He was token home, where, at lust accounts he was in n critical condibaik to Crab Orchard Saturday. Hki.i.k lliM.mw, who has been tion. Miis. with hei brother, Mr. J. M. Wmy, A. M. FklamiIikh tiled a clnin for $7oi) her daughter our merchant, by reason of slow collections to make an nssignment a few weeks since, has made n fcctisfactory arrangement with his creditors, paid oil' all his indebtedness and resumed business again. This is about the quickest a man ever righted up again. Oil-bert'- ri fr some time, leturned with lo hei houie ip IJIooiiiInjlton, III., yes terday. Mkhs W. L. Cou.mii mid Campbtill Liver-pooAxe wider have rotiirnud from Ihmmi Fl.i.. where thoy Imvu timo engaged in thu phosphntu lmsiui'S'. !, against the county to defray his hidden-t- l expenses, lawyers' fees, fce., in the case against J. M. White and others, in making n whom he sued for rond through his farm, which th" claimed whs done bv order of tho com.-tcourt. Wo await with some dogre. of interest the action of tho court on Miis. .1.0. MiAustkh leturned to such an unnsu.il claim. Texas, Saturday. Mist) Mnttiu Kocltev accompanied her and will spend the Tiik Sbelbyvillo Sentiuol says that Or. winter with her sister, Mrs. John T. 0. W. ISult, who was in jail thoro for Unno, at Dallas. siifpicious conduct with reforoncu to Tnuwifeof Dr. W. 15. McCluro and two horses he had hired from a livery her sister, Miss Dora Berkley, were bad- stable, which made tho owner believe hu ly hurt by jumping oil" an electric car at was tryinj to steal them, was acquitted Lexington, when they saw the probabil- of any criminal intent last week, after ity of a shooting scrape between tho heiiiK conllued since July last. Thedoc-to- r conductor and some drunken men. turns out to bo a son of J mine W. T. Cot.. W. 0. Huaiii.ky .eturned from Ilutt, of Clarksdale, Mies, who did not Louisville Saturday. Ho is still in n bad learn till last week of his son's incarcerilx nhvsicallv and bis physician iiilnrm- ation, when ho enmo on at once and one of Iuh ed hini while in the city that proved his tood character. The jihIro It tonsils would have to be removed. says ho was bom in Lincoln county, is hoped that it will cure his throat Ky., aiuPtliat is thu reason wo have notrouble and not injure the voice that ticed tho . Tho singular part of tho never fails to thrill and entertain. business is that the yotuie. man could never he induced to k'ivo his nanio or CITY AND" VICINITY. any iniorinauon anuiu uiuineii. Ri:a L'tihl-i- line ot jthishwnro just ro Tin: jury in tho enso of tho negroes, ceiyedatA. A. Win run's Model who killed Marshal Wells, at Junction City, lind to he cotton from I'ulaski, and It L. & N. it is now under trial nt Danville. the To day and at ono faro will bo remembered that the neuroes, will bo!1 tickeU to Louisville at tho laet for the round trip dn account of the fall Rates and Word, were tried term of tho court and sentenced to tho festivities. penitentiary for 10 years, but tho court " slappinu tho Vaunon-iof appeals reversed the decision and to those who refuso to work tho (jointed them a new trial, principally Ilendrick-Horoad. Saturday he lined C. tho ground that tho testimony nnd Jako Prowitt allowed $10, .ain Rtin that WelU was not legally qual$2.50 each and Si Toms Sl.bO. ified as marshal of Junction City and therefore nctinu beyond his nuthor-it- y AiAiiin freight train No. Hi, broke w.ir. attempting to aricst tho negroes in down near New Hope, Sundny morniuK Jud:o R- ! Rreckin-rio'u- o tho wreck of several other for misdemeanor. nnd caused nnd n colored lawyer from Clay cars. Tho passenger train, duo hero at dein consequence cotlnty, where tho negioes live, are 1:31 i'. t.,did rot arrive fending thein. till nearly (. s y tr stolen Mn-- Lucy. And to strengthen the supposition, wo lind that Miss Lucy is just sweet 17, while Mr. Richards a luiiis to being on tho shady side of 27. However, bo the case as it may, we think thoy nre a very promising couple. Mr. and Mr. Richards left tho Shu p Hotel next morning and will take in all It is stated as an actual fact that John the southern cities of importance aud Ijiwsou bnt the K. U. trai.t from take a voyage to China nnd JaCreek to Ilyattsville, on foot, last perhaps as "Tom" inpan, unlesb, week. He was s'iit here for some reformed us on bis departure, anotlier ti pairs rt) J T. HolUcluw's thresher encrisis overtakes this country, in gine, which is run by Rof-- Hiatt, and nancial case he feelingly remarked that near Gilbert tUgged the train. Not hav- wliirh Imd no dcbiie to leave his n..tivilai.tl. ing the stillii-ien- t amount to pay his he Sir fare, the conductor put him oll'mid Law-soNEW APVKUT1SEJIK.VJS. struck across the fields afoot and w lion Capt. Rue and his train nrrived e'. Hynttsville, some 10 or 15 miles distant, ho wi.s standing on the platform to -- liT v. Iconic him. An ox team enn ustmllv Inn t the K, C.'s train on the Richmond Graded School at Crab Orchard. buuich. At ii tpjul.ir leim of ihe Lincoln Comity Court s s n We nre in icceipt of tho following from (jreenville, Tenn: Quite a lively weddinj; took place at the Sharp Hotel at a late hour to night, the principals being Mr. W. T. Richards and Miss Lucy inson, both of Mt. Salem, Ky. They arrived on train No. !., 7, which is due here nt 4 o'eloek i nnd judging from tho activity of Mr. Richards in his efforts to get some one logo to Huntsvillo for n license, we're forced led most naturally to infer that ho had Supplies, Newest Styles in Fancy Stationery and Tadlets. The Best and Purest White Lead and Oils; Ready Mlxc I P tints nnd .Veal's Carriage Paints; Largest, nnd Hand somes g Line of Watches, Clocks Sil-verwa'r- tf, to do all kinds And JKWKLRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r of Watch, Clock and J ewe ry repairing. Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, day and night. B. K. & W. -- WEAKEN, for- - Sole Agents IsTotios of Elootion ' ' I ca-je- Tiik amount of claims tiled nuainst tho county, to bo acted on by tho court, juSyiilJt!:ac:S.btrVow which convenes Mondav next, is report- eighteen cnueiis hoir(ax paer ami and re by County Attorney J. 15. lde in the piopo.ed (jialtil Mxvvt scnooi uuirici, ed ns follows a.Liuc that a Graded I'reo Scho t I) strict be I'nxton: For roads, $1,'.5.'R.H; inerchnn-disto be a clrc e i In. Iwiiuularv of which I mile in every direction from thp extending S'J.l'JI Mi; miscellaneous, inlercclion of the l.ancavtcr, blmifunl and Ml salaries, Si'.loO; idiots, S 100; total, 10,. Yrrnon roadmn Ciah Orchard, It now ordrrnl that J N Menefee Sheriff of 7SS :W5. The amount filed last year was I.imolu Comity, open a poll at the regular otlus place in Crah (Jrchuid on (he :fi:J,H07.81, of which but $15,000 wns Should the same amount be re- I7th Day of October, 1891, jected this year, the claims will have for (he tuirpoi-- of taUr.i,' the seme of ihe lejinl gotten hack to n more decent figure. while vott'i in said rroo.fd urauid trecbchio whether cr not they I)itnct upon the Tho county attorney is determined that will vote an annualproportionexeedmg nxty cents tav not property aets. rs" ho will do all in his power to prevent on our hundred doll ree wortli off)itri' I btloiiguit,' atruto! edm said proposed of a doubtful nature from losaid while person and a pel! tax not exctediiij; nny claim two dollars per capita mi each whilo maleipersnn slipping through. i'l he aid prooseit over i years ot ace e, e II. (8vi, lion. Wallace E. annul' judce. iirtsiiling III (he rratlcr of the appli cliool at craoiircnaru, cation of a UraUeil f n held ahnilt it. to be equal to a. y other chilled plow. T licv li like it Ask your neighbor ; EOBT. FE1TZEL, 1 e.dcrln 9 JWrUK & JPf. &CT2LC.i.t. WATCHES, CLOCKS M mm, PaT Repairing neatly and promptly done. (Stanford, Ky.) J. N. MENEFEK ro-'i- nc . Pulaski county is niiiti m the throes Uro-eer- s "dob-bins- Ji-mi- A detective em of intense excitement. to ferret out the members of tho f Siiu he Hoard ot A. C SINE (lesneriltO U'lllll Of OlltlaWS, Which exists 'Iruitees of rtrntitifil Oraclitl Free School Pit t myiueainr elt undrr the provisions il . ,' tn-iii tho eilStLMll (MHl Of tilt) Comity, tWO Of thi Act fortbeiiurioesafoi?anl ceo. H. cooPKRCIurk whom were lynched for tho assassina- - A.Py. Ah. .Mcllarfjue, Bticceeded iu tion of SlicriH' The best selected urrcbtini! Wm, and J. II. Jlooro, who aro cousins of tho Gillilands, and from ZXMIKEK. I will sell without icrvooii thepiemiiek 011 them obtained n confession, which implicates Hoc (itllilnnd, father of the " (mniv.c,. ici, u (iradeu tree scnooi erectms a suitable lmiaimg .md maintaining a in aul piroposcd Graded K"Od Graded yrueSch-o- l Uumci.nr for the p.ilymcni oi prin- -- li All Worl Warranted. I will .KVi j;K" take old gold or silver in exchange lor goods. Fine Watches a Specialty. Stanford Lumber Yard, .to k and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. PUBLIC SALE. n - Wodnosday, Oct. lynched assassins, his three sons nnd n Acres, l he splendid Farm ol Wiirriinl.i for IU niiiiilmr nf ntliiTH. wero toned nnd several of tho men cap-- 1 water. tooms ricmy ,ruk roidencewith hired nnd lodged in jail, wnere they are i'h. l.n.l mmtlv lies 7 beautifully, too ofacres ul ..... . . ,wrceK oouoiu ilanu. ti ruuucciii i 11 Ktiarded to prevent either rescue or j Drakes lyncliiiiL'. Several lar;e robberies hnvo this year 1, joo barrels corn ana boo nusncls ol wfacit. cash; remainder In one and been traced to tho ganp, which ia enid to Terms: annual pa)ineiits, 6 per cent, Dr. Bentley nnd other more or two years, cual upproved security. include from dale, with W. II. A.NUEKSON, I'reachersvilte. Ices prominent citizens. j- -j I . . Oim-thii- 7, 1891, LATH, SASH, FLOORING, CEILING, DOORS, BLINOS, SIDING. SHINGLES, Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. "1.20; WOVEN WERE A1TD SI.AT FEHOIS. d 3,-- ,t We carrv a full stock of everything found in a X.XJMB3SH 1TARD. FIKST-ciAS- S designs and specifications before letting your contract Examine our SINE & MKMKFEE, Stanford, Ky. v or building. i . V u ? - -- Si.' .' 7: ,. , - 2 'i ''! rtjn li 0 t Semi-Weekly uk InteriorJourna; AT T- - Published Every Tuo9dny and Fr day colonics of Russian Jews. Thk Argentine Republic has notified Baron Hirsch that it doe a not want CURRENT TOPICS. of Iowa arc living. Bucklon's Arnica Snlve The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises sores, ulcers, lt rheum, fever sotes, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skit, crup lions and notltivclv cures pilis, or no pay requir ed. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, 15 cents per box nr money reiunaeu For sale by A R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. Ninr home. pka-ouek- GKonntA. is to have x a confederate AND SURGEON, Lot on Main Street in Stanford PHYSICIAN STANFOHD, KY. Containing erm t io TOR SAXiSl acres. Dr. II. C. Xumicllcy, Ofliic In Odd Fellows' lluilding, up stairs OTice hunt 7 to 8 a in , 1 If ip in , 7 to 8 p m. Hlue-GrnsH SfVS l'RB YKARJK ADVNCK $2.60 will e charged." , V When nut so paid A African elephant Is the Tub number of emigrants from tho United Kingdom to America during tho latest freak. Wvo.mi.no has a law imposing a S3 tax past eight months was 109,051, includ- on bachelors. ing 41.&T8 from Ireland easy. T R WALTON, Stanford. w If m i and One hundred and California boasts of peaches that acres of good land. In a IiUIi state ol culiiation. Inducements for farmers weigh a pound. A large, splendid new bsrn, twognod cabins and Ox an average 500 bears are annually Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning j to raise beets for ill sell cheap other nuthoux-sare be This land lies ,4 ilea from Hustonsille, Ky. t 5:10 p.m. ing held out by a body of capitalists killed in Mnlne. S. P. stack;, KosKvroon costs about S750 per thouwho propose to start a factory for that Slanfor J Ky L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. 5ft- - im sand feet board measure. in New York state. purposo It 19 !m Mail tram going North lx France thoy use electricity to kill South 134pm gnats, tlics and other pests. " South 13a m Kxpress train I.ihL'T. l'KAUv'a North Greenland North 147am The princess of Wales has become an drugstore. 6j9ra expedition has gone into winter quar- adept in amateur photography. Local Freight North A Little Girl's Experlonco In a Light South. .......J up m ters at Cape Cleveland, only eight hun8 A Houeo. 230 latter trains also carry passengers. Is a very successful fruit The Mr Arri.E Mr and Mrs Loren Trescott are keepers of the on standard time. Solar dred miles from the North Pole. Mrs. grower In Sumner county, Kan. In the corporate limits o Rowland land, near Milledgeville, tfirert Oocd The above is calculated Oov Lighthouse at Sand Peach, Mich , and ate Peary, who accompanied her husband, for ijis Privilege of seeding this Fall time is about 10 minutes faster bleed taken down with years old Last April 6 Tun production of silk annually she was with a daughter 4 measles, followed with a It J DARST, Rowland. to l.j KOIHNSON, Apply stands the hardships of the northern ILittonville, Ky. f reaches over one million pounds. dreadful cough and turning into a feer. Doctors region remarkably welL her, but in Thk cork-oatree is now being suc- at home and at Detroit treated she was a sain, mere she grew worse rapidlr until I ! ! handful of bones." Then she tried Dr King s The late S. C Pomcroy occupied tho cessfully cultivated in California. Michigan university is to add women New Discovery and alter the use of'I tw o and a half say Dr, in the United States senate vacated hey scat bottles was completely cured. and TO OF LINCOLN COUNKing's New Discovery is worth its weight in gold by Jefferson Davis lu 1800. Ho found professors and lecturers to its faculty. t am prepared to collect you tases for lijl. TY sou miy get you a trial bottle free at A R. Cottox having a beautiful red color vet bowol in the desk the manuscript of the last I hae school U STANFORD, KY , to collect lor is dislrictl. Penny' drug store. Come prepared to pay all at one time. I hspe address made to tho senate by the fu- Is being grown in some parts of Georcured and prevented gia. that every will try to be first to settle ture president of the Southern Confedwith me or one of my deputies vir Richard M by prompt Thk state of Alabama produced more eracy and retained it as a memento. Nenlind, SsamuelW. Mcnefte iron oro last year than did PennsylvaJ. N MFNKFLK, of This Hotel, renovated ami refurnished, is mm Shfiltrot I.incolti Co. nia. in my charge nd I intend to conduit it m as to JrroK Prciikn, of Oldo, who has Thk emperor of Germany has had the When Baby was sick, we- gave her CastorU. only maintain its high reputation, lut to add not been making an extended tour of crown made so as to When aha was a Child, aho cried for Caatorla. toils long lilt ol friends. Special accommodaexactly lit his own tions for commercial travelers and tine rooms for Alaska, says that he thinks the natives head. became MIm, aha clung to Caatoria, When she thedltptoy of samples. .. They of that land are of Chinasc or Japanese, Thk HrlthOt war oflice lias given 0 When alio had Children, aha garo thoui Castorl. I oiler for sale my farm tw miles North of Stanrather than of Indian descent They First-Clas- s A worn-ou- t Saloon ford, containing 3$ aires ol good Unci, a good regulate liver, helmets to the Salvation have many of the pronounced mental Army. house with rooms, all necessary outbuildings, a And IIILLlAUDand POOLROOMS attached. large barn, good litem at the door, plenty run characteristics of the Mongolian race, JOSEPH COFFKY. Gkougk Vandkiuiilt will have a 37.tr mncwalcr, about soo seleit fruit trees and all while they bear absolutely no resem- 50,000 kinds ol small fruits Address and greatly tennis court in his palace at blance to the typical western Indian. li T McROIIf RTS, Stanlard Asheville. acres 4 milts south of Stanfoid , , acres Alo baiam small in Mus. Mackay Is the possessor of a HOUSE, in cultitatinn, orchard and food imber. failing house and good plenty tiesrr a Candidate lor Sheriff of Lincoln county subSantiago, the capital of Chili, is a string of flawless diamonds two yards l M U. 11 ject t" the action ol the Democratic psrty P. B. RILEY. Proprietor, city of 'JOO.OOO inhabitants, with an in length. of 1,S00 feet above the sea level Lowell, The United States mint in S.in FranKentucky. London, - N. and a charming climate. The surround- - cisco is the largest one of its kind In ing country is fertile and delightful, the world. I have moved to my new Hotel and am bettri a Sheriff Subject I a candidate fir ever to and the entire region will soon bo We offer for sale privaiely so Acres of Linda A. S. His P.lble shows that Jonas Carpen- to the action of the demotracv. Election Not ptepartd thanattached accommodate the public ' and every eoroenlenee d Good Livery nHmyc mites smith ot C O. on the Somrei brought Into connection with the At ter, of Denver, is one hundred and fifty sired, tiitc me call. rif 40 Itat has a dwelling and one stare hwstM- and Uarn res SURGEO.v DENTIST. FRANK RILEY. lantic side of South America by tho years old. ;; 1st timbtf. Oo4 orchr and plenty ol watrr Office on Main street, over W. 15. McRoberts' completion of the great railway from Call m or aadress swat Ciab llirhaid. Ky damage to the cereal crops in Thk Drug Store, Stanford. HAS I IN A COLI UiR llucnos Ayres. DK. W. 13. Canada by insects has been estimated at 55:5$, 000, 000. Thk final point has been reached in R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. Ix this country 7.000,000 persons are the investigation of the construction of engaged in farming it per cent of our "O'tce South side Main stieet, in ottice receatl) ay lake, PeisMS are hereby frM4de to kth DENTIST. the Taylor building in Park place. New Wn"e earners. tsuted by Dr. L F. HutTuun, Stanford, Ky. t Miles Wott f WsynclMiri, under rV fHnaltics wih In tell ri.ill) 10 r Fatw ml m Acres oric, and it turns out that it was never prescribed fir s Office on Main street, opposite l'ortman House, irospa.t. Nkarly planof the sugar instated iVtlt rih of Stanford, i.v en the JAMRS MeWHORTKR, upstairs. Nitrous Oxide Un given for painless intended that the upper lloor should tations of Hawaii are owned by AmerDantillepike Wil'tik. pliasurr in snowing to Ky. 9-M. CRAIG, sn one within; to puivhase DR. Atly U carry a weight above 200 pounds per icans, it is said. "'"""''STANFORD. KENTUCKY. HKItilfl. square foot, while the actual weight of Hkxky 15. Hydk, president of Komooputhlc Physician, the presses and other machinery on the York insurance company, gets a a New salary STANFORD, - KENTUCKY SHELTON HOUSE J top lloor, according to the architect's of 5100,000 a year. vrajvxsv a TmV33L- - VA VH "!. best estimate, was "Oil pounds per foot! Eight thousand Jewish residents of Otl'n.c Hours 10 to is a. in.; to i p ro to li D.A. TVJADDLE, Proprietor, ij Odessa, nearly all engaged in business, 9 p in on Lancaster street, oppositecourt house Otlue ivzr, - are In a recent interview Mr. W, C. IlurchWe v. til deliver ice each n'omtne as follows - y under notice of expulsion. "CjOKitv.. t tv,UMrCW u,i r ' ard, for so many 3'ears U. S. consul to uil neuts greater In extent tnan any cents, over Under 50 Pouncte ID Fint.rlais accommodations at reasonable rate). Tegucigalpa, Honduras, declares that others in the world have been discover- raMsaaHasjMBaaMH Open day and night. Sample room and good lhery many men have gone to Honduras 50 and under 100 1 cent, over and ed in the region of the Caspian sea. in connection. I doubled their capital within a year, and 100 ijs of a cent. M. CiiACCiiAim, the wealthy Parisian many women suffer from Excessive or represents the government as exces- who owns Millet's fntiiou-- . picture, tho .And. Scant Menstruation; they don't know sively generous toward incoming Aiuer- - "Angelus," has insured it for 3110,000. & CO., M. F. who to confide in to get proper advice. leans. Mr. Iturchard declares however, Mus. Cornwall, of Hridgeton. I I., Doa't confide In anybody but try I will give the above reward for the arrest and with emphasis that the man without had a dream and warned her husband . ....Aml Ky. J conviction of the thief or thieves who broke open monoy mny as weu stav aWay from 5 tyr not to go to worlc He was killed the Sept. a. The good that I can miss at present are Honduras; that ho can do nothing there bnmu day, .11 follows.suit of clothe, a blue Plaid suit a I'dlltuiu Vt.tibwW llutfet Sleepers and small Atlanta lias a niuMcal proiugy, a rnit . hrrrn-- Plaid : i coats,. black, same Plaid a lluifci Chair Cars en all trams thruli to price, AN eastern railroad has made a new girl nine years old, who is said to play blue Plaid a or 5 pairs of pants an t Specific tor PAINFUL, PROFUSE. v iiiirfno wunmii cnangc. , t black shirts, 6 while snirts. 0 o ac necKiies. a SCANTY, SUPPRESSED and the most difiicult pieces on the piano , .lr.""""- Oo via the Monsn and get the ttit far the least " """ "'J''""'-'"Mack straw hats, a gents', watch chains-gomoney Kr informatiofl address MENSTRUATION. chains, t lady's wauh chain, tdo.. tins chain is sured itself with an accident insuranco auer a stngio Hearing. - ,. IAS BARKKK.d. P A.. Cfci aits formof book. 11 cpldf short, withachariuinthe Dookto "WOMAN" mailed free. acrainst nil datnncros from Chas. Graumaxn wants a divorce W O CRl'SH.I) I' A . Lmstille linger rings, all sues. REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ca. BRADFIELD Rowland, Ky. j injuries and death to passengers. It from Ida Graumann because she drags i4 Said by all Uruggltta. IF Vll' ARK C'Hlfti. has reached the conclusion that a sum him around by his whiskers. Why k)i certain yearly will bo cheaper than to don't Charles get shaved? k 11 If Co. pay damages for injuries and tho cost An enthusiastic porson says that . V A NOTICI TO THE t - T tJtT MX UMK1 : iw t of evading the payment of damages by "words can not portrnj" the mag1IIK OF STANFORD, KY., sW'1 worrying out in tho courts the litigants nificence of George Vanderbilt's country castle in North Carolina. It now fully organised aud ready for business with who sue for them. At tho close of tho civil war there Paid up Capital of - - 5200,000. A VKitv fine bunch of bananas, grown were 700 steam vessels entered on the I I.V-l- l , hive opened in connection wild mv Hotel the 15,000. In Galveston, Tex., was exhibited in naval register of the United States, but Surplus, . - - - y only 27 of them (survive. tho Galveston chamber of commercu A nkw industry is started in Florida. tlie other day. The bunch carried Uouiaiiic a, NasHviivc Ft. ft SUCCESSOR bananas of ex- - In Wakulla county, large quantities of ceneiu quaniy. ine leasa unity 01 horse collars are made from the bark ., a is Is the line f r 'c wxm W1X& r i i ' Now closing up) with the same assels and under growing bananas outside the tropics of the wahoo, a variety of bass wooii, ' FirSl-ClaS- S same management. the Li VCr.VlalalC, Mv3l- -i lTJ;T--.-'Ti , are used for fuel in the Hy provisions of its chaiter, depositors arc as has often been doubted, and all our Idaily ' fully protected as aio depositors in National supply at present comes from the torrid peach districts of California, selling for And offer the temces of it to the puUic. Brand ., . t ' ' being neia inaiwauaii n.nW it. Ourehoders Make clnl; (untie lions at new venules and fresh blooded hone make my stoc I i..ki. m ih mem of the amountin of their to the zone, but Texas is going to try to es- fcti per ton. caloric value of peach stable remparc with Havinir removed my Barber Shod to the Com additisn tablish a new home industry. stones is equal to coal, pound for pound. ihpmn Et the oar value thereof, prbpared 10 accommodate la- - LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI metciai Hotel, I am in amount invested in such shares. It may ret as anything they may at Thk two new Cunard ships, to bo COO Tho Bost Give: rnctho Country. tilts as well line. Ktwtlrmcn inauto For executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as a call. point (Jbtldren wish in my atea on tan feet long and faster than anything an individual. n nie. The monster of the east Is again on THRDft.H TlfKI.r sol i I W. GREEN, Proprietor. JESSK THOMPSON. business to us To those who entrusted their alloat, arc guaranteed by the builders Ul) LKhD HIKfilOli. InCommercial Hotel. lAdl.Md. AL. BURNS, Manager. Bank of That plague, peculiar to while mnagiug the Lincoln Nationalthanks and his travels. Asia, which has numbered almost as to bo ready for sea early in the spring Sttnford, we we here tender our many For any infirmity er, pure of their business A C Laham trust they will continue to transact prompt atten- many victims in the world's history as of isoa. J A I ki,IMHI, Castleman. ' John with us, offering as a guarantee for Or Mai ' rv), Ky. It is said that tho largest locomotive same, our twenty ear, experience in wnr, is again being scattered throughW. W I'KNN. frai I'. tion to Aireet banking and as liberal Bccoiuraddatious as are con- out all countries where Allah is God. ever built In Kuropo was recently sent I" tt, K) J sistent with sound banking. Probably the dirtiest city in the world out of tho Hirschou works, in Munich. Newport News ,V Mississippi Valley Co , "E D. ihhectohs: l feet over all and weighs It is forty-siSolid VestibuledTrains to is .Mecca, wncre an innsuans are exWilliams, Mt. Vernon; tons. J.J. cluded and whither the faithful are now eighty-fou- r Philadoiphla applk-thki- : J.M. Hall, Staulord; contests nguro ainon making their pilgrimage. Cholera is Baltimore, Now York, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Kveryb the latest fads in Kansas epidemic there. It made its iirst S.J. Embry, Stanford;! All nointi Rati and Southeast. this year about tho middle of has a shake at tho tree, and the man Only one nilu out trim Lesington, ' J.E. Lynn.Stautord; that brings down tho most apples car- July. OF A. W. Carpenter, Milledgevilie; Corrected Time Card in Effect May IS, i8?l rlcs off the prize. J. K.Haughman, Hustonville; A London journal relates that the n The achievement by which tho J F. Cash, Stanford ; JHtiHt Hound. mail has been taken across tho Persian shnh has been in retiracy lateWilliam Gooch, Stanford. Ky. Fast Mail leaves Lexington daily at 7 jt, am, Mill Pacific and over the Canadian Pacific ly because by mistake ho used a rheu- BAHBEK&CASTLEMAN Winchesters 33, Mt Sterling 8.51, Olive Hill 10 40 S.1L Shanks, President. and New York Central railroads, and matic lotion instead of hair dressing, Ashlind n 1$ pm,Catlettsbur; i 3, arris ill); at J 11. Owsley, Cashier Huntington ia.30 pin. then across the Atlantic to England in and turned his hair a beautiful myrtle MANAGERS, W.M. Bright, Teller Limited Expres. leaves Lexinston daily at 6 is twenty days, is not to be taken as tho color. pm, Winchester 700, Mt Sterling 7 jo, Olne Hill J. H. Baughman, General Building, Louisville. 001, Ashland 10 jo Catlcttsburg 10 4J, aiming at Tin: first large quantity of American Commerce schedule time that will be followed by MnvamwKMM&i Huntington at 11 07 pm this routo of nearly 10,000 miles in tho sponges ever sent to European markets Accommodation, dnlly, except Sunday, leaves A;cnts throughout the South. PhiladelLexington at s 45 pin, in. better 7 10, Ml. shipped were Twenty miles the Shortest to NATIONAL BANK future, but it Indicates what can be ac- phia. recently comprised from pounds 7 45, arriving at Olive Hill at 10 pin 6,000 complished when every facility for The lot Accommodation, daily except Sunday, leaves KY. OF STANFORD, Lexington at 11 40am, Winchester 1110 pm, Mt travel is at its best, and what improve- each of two kinds of sponges from the W. A. TEIB3LE, Local As-ont-, Sterling 05 pm. Daily leave Olive Hill 6 am' Making direct connections in Central Unloads- ments can bo made for lessening the Florida coast. Ashland 8 4s am, Catlettsbuig 90J, arrives Hunt jot for STANFORD. KY distance and time over the great inter- j Two stone slabs, one of them bearington 9 3 am. Michigan Points, St. Louis, Chicago, Capital Stock national thoroughfares. ing the inscription, "Juno 1, 1716," anil Detroit, Cleveland. AWHt Ttouufl. liuffalo, Indianapolis and the West, Fast Mail leaves Huntington dally at Sno am, the other the date 1710, wcro found ja 10,500 Surplus Canada, New England, sale, Catlettsbur 6 as, Ashland 37, Oliva Hill 8 20, Mt :i:-;- : Some very sensible rules are summed inear Lallarpe, I1L, recently. They are Sterling 1037, Winchester 11 05 and arrives Lex-ithe fact Attention of the public ...nvied to up by Dr. Louiso Fiske Uryson as "tho supposed to mark tho resting place of at iJojpin , Hank Act is llio only that this Haltimore, Limited Kxprcts leaves Huntington daily at ao Washington, Philadelphia, V Under the provisions ofnothe only by ,he capital great secrets of beauty." Moderation Lahaiie's explorers. Executors ot Thomas M Lillard, deceased, pm, Catlettsbiirtf t y), Ashland 150, Ollte Hill Quicken time to Harrodiburg, Frankfort, Ky The depositor, are secured in eating and drlnkinjr; short hours of Richmond, VIRGINIA. Shortest and Mt.Meillng 31, Winchester 4 j3 and arrives Thiktekn years ago a student in Ber- will at his la to residence, on 301, Quickest line to at LexinKtcu at 5 30 nm. "C n.0"' to" th a ock..o that depositors of labor and studj-- ; regularity in exercise lin was mobbed in tho streets for ap. Accommodation, dally exrept Suuday, by a fund of W;?-Fivand rest: cleanliness nnd, above all, pearing on a bicycle Now the German tDBtt-EAKthis institution are secured Oct. 28, 1S91, Oliveand ariives atMt. Stcrllujr 86 jj.am, leaves Hill 4 am, Winchester .worn statements of thecondition of Levingtoii at 05 equanimity of temper and equality of Union of Uicyclists, which has just held 7 is ;,, ..iade each vearto the uuiieo. a Solid Trains, hafgag cars, smoklnjr cars and Acco.Tin odatlon daily leaves Huntington at 6 3$ temperature. To be good looking nnd its eighth annual conference at llreslau, 7 10 and arrives at coaches, Pullman lloudolr Sleepers through with, offer at public sale his fine Farm of 45 Acres, pm, Catlettsburg 657, AshlandSunday leaves to bo physically well ono must in gen- has 14,000 members. Olive HillS 55 pin. Except Mt put change via Chatian.-ogallirmlnBham, Merid Stanford turnpike, four locslcd on the Danville pm, Winchester 35 and arm es a ' ian making direct connections en route for Knos. eral be happj-- . To be happy is a dutv. from Danville and 6 from Stanford. This a,.. rts. '""""",v..- nrnrinniiv There Is a deeply rooted superstition miles must be seen to be apprecated. A few salient Sterling at at 30 43 pm. n.iitiiitnn. , ville, Asheville, Lynchburg and points in the 3 im. ,i,i. (hco just as style is a duty, and botli are in a in Scotluud that May marriages are un farm are these: ist '1 he land isrich and pro LennKtun Vestlbulcd Express runs daily of Stanford in .$6j and rMiinti ed'aV theNauina and Lag Limited Bank of great measure an affair of intellect nnd lucky and are bound to turn out badly. ductive, as the crops now up' n It prove. 2d, (I is Pullman Vestlbulcd llutfet Sleepers between Lou 4mre.orranuedasthe First National practically an untn fenced and watered, 311, 11 nas neen isville. Lexington. Waihlnzton. New York und At Chattanooga for Atlanta, splendidly Stanford in .Ma, has had ardent Last Anril there Wilminr one 01 me t is better PPl'' management. Tho the Lestn ur.sultis of i.Scotland, in Maywere 2.055 marrlaires in iirmpi iiuiirinii.lv mr in vean uv is free fromoest Old Point Comfort. This train is made part of the ton, Charleston, Augusta, Columbus, Savannah. exi.tenceof p years Macon. good looks sums up there were but 1,003, fatmcr in ti estate and now it all celebrated thero in with Iticilities for trausaeUug business prompt now IsriiosKick, L,ake City, Thomaiville mid FLORI in '".long and hygiene, and is a iegit.mato means of while in June the number jumped to weeds or impediments to the richest returns. 4th liberally than ever before DA points. V. . , j corporations, fiduunproved that 110 expense will K. o. LOCAL TIME CARD. j Flattering l sugar-makin- g 1 Perhaps you are run down, ctn't eat, can't sleep, can't think can't do alt) thing to your satou isfaction, and you wonder v.hsil ails you. I will deliver Lime at 35 Cents a lluthet In Lan should heed the warning. )0ii are taking the first ouneed a nerve caster, Stanford and the nenjlitmrlnoj. nervous prostration. step into I will also liiad on tars at Crab .Orchard, Prick tonic and Electric Hitters you will iiud theexact re'medy for restoring your renous system to its at 7s cents a hundred. One me a chance. Surprising results healthy condition nnrnsl. aj6m FRED KRIKOER, Crab Orchard. inllnwtheuseof this Nerve I'onn and Alteratie Your appetite returns, good digestion i restored 'if henllhy aiction I and weaver and kidneys rcmne Try a bottle Price jo cent at A R Pe nny's ! Tho First Step. LIME AND BRICK. Farm for Sale seventy-eight one-ha- lf . 11 ( , For Sals Twenty HuHtllng Lot Farm of s Acres, Illue-Oras- ji-l- CONSTIPATION other complaints the use k PORTMAN HOUSE, TAXES TAXES TAX-PAYElas-pay- JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. 31-i- Ayer's Cathartic Pills the cleanse the stomach, - Small Farm For Sale. - 30,-00- digestion. Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co, Mass. PRICE, assist R. R. GENTRY MENEFEE THE RILEY 4 -- 1 elo-vati- i J. $1,000 Cash.. - S , PENJST, Dentist. a WAHjriiTa. -- fjn Good 1 Farm. For Salo. H ? 1 four-fifth- JOHN sh THE I ... Yst, " IIS1 1 . Rowland, Kentucky. 94-o- ICE, ICE I Wmm i I , li n Every Month t'M&VAVrlX . . . $200 BEWARD. 1 n ! ELKIN I Female Regulator Bradfield's Stanford, ITOlRTKft " WIISHT., - I'ull-ma- , n od Btf " !, " Farmers BanMTrnst w TRAVELING PUBLIC. rtoxMzaEm& wr"Tf'jfiir . " ' .. .M II IV A WORTH TaTEST, .,,,,, 7SsmjAt.u!Sdiia fert ' to-da- -- I sixty-seve- n full-grow- n MYEHS HOXJS rap? -- . PKAt'H-SrOXE- S rtJKy Double Trains l 11. : x ROYAL UVEUFOOL. OLD KT. ROUTE 1.1 i Insurance Company, Washington, iVsx .Fa-pa- ; 94 MP! y'ffir'-1'- Hook-Keepe- 1& I tM mmm " FIRST j Ster-lin- g 1 4 3200,000 J .ai mumi im m nt , New York, Boston, 1 i 4 !" Wednesday, NEW S, I r. A-- , ...-- 1 1 wd I CA1&MNA9 honorable career. Accounts of ciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully solic-te- d. health." The Directory of this Hank is compoted T. J. Foster, of Stanford; Forestus Reid, Lincoln county; J. W.llaydcn, Stanford; , ol S. H. Haughman, Lincoln; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; S. T. Harris. Llncolu; J. S. Hocker Stanford; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill.Stanfohl; IV. W.O. Welch, Stanford. W. I'. Tate, Stanford on record. Some western railroad olliclals aro taking exceptions to the statement that tho time made by a Philadelphia and Reading train recently was the fastest A few months ago a special J. OFFICERS: Hocker. President; S. J ohn J. McRoberU, Cashier; 'A'. A. McKlnney, Asmtant Cashier OJ-'- train carrying General Manager Wood, of the Pennsylvania lines west of Pittsburgh, on the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago road, ran fifty-fiv- e miles in forty-fiv- e minutes, and for seven miles of that distance a speed of ninety-fiv- e miles an hour was attained. Moro recently a Chicago nnd Northwestern train bore Jay Gould -- long for a con sidorable distance at a speed of IO'J miles an hour. V , a niece of tho "llttln mvanu sccretari, artist, IS putting into her historical picture for the World's fair, subjects from every state of the Union. A DISINFECTANT which Combines cheapness with general worth is found in permauganate of potash. One ounco w III ,,,!,.. a Uuclcetlul nf Ulslnfcctant it is a crysiai, ana cun ue kcpi in tins state until ready for use. The tobacco crop of Pennsylvania is s valued this year at JSOO.000. of it is Havana seed leaf; and when it masquerades as Havana cigars, the dear public will bo invited to contribute tnauy timet 5330,0 JO. MAIIION FOSTER, Known au i no Two-third- ' ,0 MlSS i ' ' l,e e',"",io".al ,Ken- tucky 7th, The neighborhood and social sur. roundinjs are nowhere excelled oth, It is as Rood a fine hoise and stcck farm as can be found. loth. It is equally as good for grain and annual t0'pilkt aud Bras. toth, It has been kept lazily In grass lor many years. Ninety acres will be sown in wheat by the day ofsalr; . the balance of the farm is in Krass, except 40 acres ! f, It is 10 thoroughly be required on It for years. Jth, The house cost brick, uptcndldly $u.ooo and is a lare, built, with 10 looms numerous cloveU mid pau- arge ,!!,, ha.euiect under whole house Jr. and Rood out houses oth, It is only 4 ml.es by two-stor- "' reserved lor corn Terms of sale easv. At the same tune and place will otter for sale a tract of Knob Land containing about 120 acres, well timbered and within half a mile of Junction City.i Also the Crops. Stock and Personally, includ HE ten shares Hoyle National Dank Stock. ) MARV H. LILLARD,-JOHN T. LILLARD, V Executors. j T. L. LILLARD, S3 td East of Huntington nn the C. Ar O. Route Favt Mail Trains run daily except Sunday be. tween Lexington and Huntington, Make direct connection at Huntington with C. ,V O. ; at Ash land wnli S. V. R. ; at Winchester with K C. R. R. north nnd south bound, and at l.eximjton with L & N., L. S. and C , N. O. .V T, P. Rallioads. Lexington and Olive Hill Accommodation daily, except Sunday. Connects at Winchester to and from K, C points and at Lcxingtor. with I, .AN. K. K.for Louisville. Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accommodation runs dally except Sunday, and makes direct connection at Winchester to and from Middles!,,),, ough and Richmond, and at Lexington with L. S. Rt. for Louisville. For full information in regard to rates, routes, Ac , apply to any agent of this or connecting lines F. F. The only line running solid trains with choice Pullman Itoudoir or Palace Sleeping Cam to Jack, sonville without change for aay class of paaien gera or baggage. Selma and Montgomery, Huntsville, Decatur, Horcnce. Memphis and ARKANSAS points. S.ioitest and quickest to Anniston, Selma, Mobile. Dncet connections made at NKW OR. LEANS without omnibus transfer for Galvestoo Houston, Austin, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The only through line to Jackson and Vicksburg, Miss, , Slueveport La., making direct connections without omnibus transfer for Dallas Fort Worth Austin. San Antonla, El Paso and points in TEXAS.ARIZONA.MEXICO.CAUFORNIA. "li! E. HUNTINGTON, For thruugh rates, correct county maps and lul information call on Agent at Junction City. Kv C. L. IIROWN. or address FKANK W. WOOLLEY, V. P.andO. M., G. P. A., Trav. Pass. Aet., Lexington, Lexington, Ky. I). MILLER, D. 0, EDWARDS?7 W. S. HARRISON, G. W. BARNEY, Traffic Mangr., G. V, & T. A , G. M Lexington, Ky. T. P. A., Ashland, Ky Cincinnati, O I .1t