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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891102701 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. rij r'"'f rT-- i'i "! Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. HUSTONVILLE. ATLANTA. Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. OCTOBER 27. a lot of tin- - coxiest places for tete-a-tet- es Look at your Labsl land nee if you are ibahind in subscrip-jtioIfyca aro rs-- k fait at en once. I a. 189-1- . NO. 68 LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Wallace ThaTpe, of Versailles, selected next Friday to HfSiai ue. W. I.. Williams in n protracted meeting at the Christian church, announced to 18ev I The I. J. Man ofT on Another Jaunt. f imaginable. Jutta liivcrH ntul a nlace i.i... ..i..i..n...i.t r. P Town Marshal Dick Harbin is along ronmling Country. Uinnt by name, donated 10() ncreB to the up with Dan Lovell, except in J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. ,, nty and the city father then purchal DickV l)oy only weighs 10 pounds. size. hen heKin that nlKht. ' more nu.l now huxv a resort that .8 1891. Thursdavfound th The bird season is open and the iniiism.""'"w nines rryc-na- i value. Mr miu i, nn- - shooters - '" are in the field, but game Un't Kutlcorpnl C jnritory ani Vonrul (.'io.tt tea.hcn. Superior coimet m Literature, Mumc and Horrj to t'Hto City "bedecked in her gavest ar- other ..,,eroug. lt.art0,i ueorcian. iilso Crnlc'i atock of goods, w e Ait. r.xcellent boarding department. Cmlojue and circ iUr furnnhei on ipplication " as plentiful as one might suppose. Bill iuiprwi-i- i r.iy huh wen mirii wjiii it'Wiie wnu nun lose KnhandJiiu. who have ceo the iinveib mane :i tiomuKin mat makes uie inri Parsley has bought a fine come the day before to this community an a firm of exemplary He purchased more attractive, Henry W. Grady .n,..ni If venmenagerie of a stranded show and bird dog. men, who will prove an in; nf th young business and who had stayed over so tin to visit the Interest on the city bonds for buildacquisition to any locality they may aming a turnpike was due about the 1st of ...... the great Piedmont iVi.niiinn iiiiw "iX" u 1,H"M' there, and now every f ... .....,.., adopt. to an elephant CCa4S If is LCyCAZC ? mill from a uround-hoSeptember. There is no mouey to pay visiting her open and in full swav. My train, or .Mrs. Hugh Logan is belonging to the K. T., V. can be seen gratis. There are also birds it. What has become of the taxes coldaughter, Mm. Needier Ailaiiif, of Long-vie- rather a train of every plumage and from every clime s. E. Cor. 1th is. Vino, Cincinnati, O. A: Ci., on which I wan a passenger, wiib lected from the people during the sumAla. Mrs. V. A. Owsley and son, garseveral hours late in reaching thin place and in fsct the whole is a zoological mer'.' Book-keepi- ng, Short-Han- d, Type-Writin- g, John Taylor, of Springfield, and .Mist (otlierwise I Telegraphy, would have made the trip den of no mean pretention. County and Circuit Clerk, ;Charles .Marian Hodge, of Columbia, Tetin., are A number of K'ntuckiatis are here, from Chattanooga at night), and I wns G. Matson, of Rising .Sun, Ind., left SatBusiness Practice, Correspondence, Clerking, Commercial Arithmetic, at J. H. Taylor'n. U.S. Carpenter Hud given I an opportunity of viewing for my and am glad to say are all doing well. urday night for his home. jChas. Shive-lMrs. M. . wife, of Somerset, are here. Drug Co., composed Penmanship and all Business Branches. George T. Karris, Win. Parsley j and tirst time the country surrounding tho The Thompson, after n brief illness, is growing and wealthy city of Atlanta, of a couple of Lancaster boys, enjoys a Fred Pigg, drummers, were in Loudon 1862. Large and flourishing. Twelve Instructors. Up with the times. Established with relatives In Mercer. forFlu thoroughly for lltislncss I'uisulU. Has the confidence of the nuxlnesn Conununltr. better known as the "Pride of Georgia." fine trade, while Jr. W. S. Klkin, Sunday. Mr. Vau Ryan has just returnThe charges are The ttuUent ar fra demand and. art aldrd in securing employment. Hut for Mrs. .1. It. Green's discovery . ....... merly of the same place, has a large and ed from a trip to Illinois. reasonable. lJoarU can be had In the city at tow figures. Day and Night Hemlont. Doe "aicc long story snort, i was as uioru-of a tire at it outbreak docas promUes. Iuvostlgutlouhollclted. head for catalonuu. C,W McGEE, PRINCIPAL. lucrative practice. Ity the way, the The case of the Hard-shewould probably much .appointed in the country as I tor has just putchased a handsome resimgearlv, The land with the city. and Missionary Baptists that has in the water-- 1 ever lament her tardiness O. routo In dence on Peach Tree street, for which been in the courts here for sometime, mg the h. I., . .r ti... Cimenter Hotel '" Sam u. u uu he mude an outlay of in regard to some books," was building, one of thejargest frame build- - uir .w..nmy poor an.i uie .g.u lackey, from the good old county of decided Saturday "church of nomo in the thought of in favor Uie latter ingH in to;ui, locallynown us the ark, trawling for a fruft house for (.eorg.a, Lincoln, is "tltl Kintiu-in tho common pleas court. Noue of wablaeontheroofanda few more;-- " commanding the trade that so geniand 1 "'K a,lHwnt " the Matson cases except the one for ' ' minutes' headway would have l.uurcl and good a business man damages Dealers In- is indeed very poor .ml one is al a gentleman was decided this court. of the business Atlanta almost a clean sweep as he is does, receives his remuneration once that that place is We have a temperance town, but it portionof the town, as enough waterl convinced at until very recently so that mon oh-Ported not by the country around, but n, - (Trnin' ilniiur not have been conveniently ' 'insen ia ull lin nil hilt' by l.,r own imlustr M ey enough could be made up and a gal -' Kedd livery sta- enable to allay tho thimt of the spectaIon of C. O. D. liquor taken outjany time. The "(.Jate City ' has done herself in connection with the ble, ami like the rest of the Crows irom The express company has recently rein the last decaile and besides returned to hN l.unl- -.- Fune Uei.l has hu.ld.ng , into a compact and subsU... Lincoln, he is a sutiiciently good mixer fused to deliver except to the party to ncssat Ungview, Ala, after a few t popula- - to have made hitmelf a host of substany, s he has incre.ed la-wuom it was auuressed. hormerlv ini weeks' recreation with relatives and has to .0 000. There is no tial friends here. T. H. Walton Uoa from tials only were used. friends in this end. VA Owens mull A.1TT ., line caught on to the ways of Atlanta and Little Morgan Craft came near being i roi..m .via point south of the Mason-Dixois diBplayed probab'y knows the city as well as the burned up Sunday by his dress catching here as much enterprise :... .1 11.. 1. ..! (.eorge to resume work at a telegraph P,OI,ter seiners, lie una niauu qimo and VA to assume the ami few places north of it where the number ol investments in real estate, on afire from a grate. His mother, Mrs. A operator's table FRESH CAR-LOA- D OF KANAWHA so disSallie Craft, succeeded in putting out the responsibilities of a night clerk at the hum of business can be heard which he cm double his money any flames and saving Possessing an abundance of tinctly. the little one, but Vanderhilt Hotel. Mrs. Soc Owens left of the younger time, but having inplicit confidence in her hands are burned so severely that yesterdav to superintend closing the wealth and in the hands future, he prefers to hold on and clans of men, who have the nerve to her it will be seveial weeks before she can Cumberland Kails Hotel till next season treble or probably quadruple his money. use them. hhiiu uie Kiiowieoge OI now 10 uo Mr. Walton 19 greatly improved in to Calera, at which and will proceed , . Ihave heard more than one person .... 1.. 1. ..!.... i, ,vii..r so itidiciousiy. it is not reinarkulno that health and his love for Atlanta may be remark that the Is rumor. Jouilval plco has grown to what it is, and gone! ' Misses Sallie and .Jessie Cook have credited to some extent to that reason nJ..in..tnntnvliiltthiir cousin. Mrt. should fortune continue to Hinile, in a Ho otllces with Mr. Frauk Carter, u could not get along without Kd Walton, will enter tho and I am one of those who can'teee how I.ee llntrmnn, whose frienJs will be sd- - few more decades Atlanta very prominent real estate mau, and n her alllic-- list of metropolitan cities alongside of most genial gentleman, lately from it is to be done either. His letters were dened by the Information that Like good old New York and Chicago. always read and appreciated by the sub-- , Has the largest and tious Hre such her comfort depends on C. They aro in the old Richmond, Va , this place was burned Asheville, X. scribers here, all of whom personally of n Htirgical operatiQti. the succesfl MOST COMPLETE STOCK like the same capitnl building and are quite cozily knew him, and their best wishes most The ins and outs are still wiestllng during the civil war, but from the fixed up for business. More anon. certainly go along with him. city it has riwn Plnenix-likBradfords-villeanwith the legal status of the K. C. w. OF Mr. Kcho A. II. Dyche, his little Hustonville turnpike. There ashes and is now setting the puce for ci founded by Yankees and uudiaturb The loss and insurance by the) tire at daughter Emma and Uoscoe Catching was a temporary adjustment of matters ties left Friday for Eminence to visit Mr. ot promotion ty tne l.aiic&ster are thus footed up: ' V -. ..!,. n onil tl.f, noles moved n ever shown in Stanford at prices and Mrs. J. A. Sawyer. Mrs. J. T. Southern man. Opera Houe, $4,000; insurance, and down with old time precision at the as low as the lowest. o of money has been made on real Brown and children left on the same gates till a train of wagons demanded watch-maker- s Magic City in the State, Remember that I have one of the best S. M. Brauu. stock of cloMiine and dry day for a visit to her old home at Verthat the polo be hoisted and free passage estate here, but unlike the morning jum uejwm inwnv, iuc ,iuuiuicin u.i goods, 5,000, half saved; insurance, $10,- - aaillea. Mrs. Lula Pearl also left on the who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Inst Thursdav Don't have to given tl...it. go same train for Paint Lick. Mr. G. W. CAnrl inKc trt b 000. Olrl K!ifitifnn J rtrinr through the gate opposite the old Drye not allowed landed property to ntrf PnrrrniMnrr rf all . fllUmpf a till f.liii!li. Imfamnrafl- Intrt f hft ' O o all bounds of reason, and there is the Boiling Fork. On refusal of wciwuerw, druggist, uamageuj h. h. farm on ,. Kold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic- good deal o ba 111 uie out of the ...-- e. - " i t stocK, j;w; luuy insureu. the wagoners blockaded the still a A. R. PENNY. - n buaincsa. Property I miles from the ICU.rtllU UUillillllCC adliairtllllMI. V i . Tl.n..,.wn Dnl- j i groceries, . mm imu road and passage each way was preventGoshen. Mr. Clark Keynolds, of. keeper Crfiitro of town, and the limits extend damaged fVX); fully insured. ed till late that afternoon thegate Waynesburg, was yisitiug relatives in f way out, is held at 51,000 about Mrs. Blance Sweeney, milliner, stock the neighborhood. relented and travel was resumed. The Win. Gooch sold 10 per acre, but Is owned by men who do damaged $."M)0, insurance to cover loss accessions from time to tlmo swelled the head of cattle to Booth Thompson at ill, ' care to sell and believe the city will K. W. Lillard, druggist, stock a total blockade to proportions which reminded not also bought four head of cattle at :?.13. SJiii'i day broaden its boundaries to their loss, $7,000, insurance $4,000. an old soldier of un army supply train The farmers are all through plautiug T. S. Elkiu & Co., butchers, u00; no wheat. Everything very dry stalled. Uno enterpiising citien en pessessions. It is true some property in this 011 the best business streets could not be insurance. deavored to work his way through uy part of the county and the cattle are all ' per 1001, mil men u.e Mrs. Moody Hardin, residence, i'J.oOO; 8Ullering for water. Mr. Arch Anderson shifting tho position of a team in tho oouism ior good and in such en- - insurance, of a blockade, but a glance into the1 improvements are van and wife are both very sick with typhoid ' It. y. Hiweldeu, residence, 5COO; no inWinchester ntle, rattier ses the location is the best muzzle of fever. Our public school at this place, Peach Tree is the resideticestreethere, surance. recklessly and threateningly handled by taught by Miss Bettie W. Tompkins, of is J. M Phillip?, two brick stores, S,500; Harrod-dmrga blockader, convinced him that his anx- and it claimed that there are those is progressing very nicely.abiding place no insurance. iety to got through was largely imagina-- ' who would like to have the Miss Dora Spoonamore gave a scc'tal Judge changed from the and for L. V. .Phillips' estate, brickjstore, ry. It is hoped that an amicable adjust- of the Great the other evening in honor of her gnest, insurance, i'J.OOO. ment of dilliculties will soon be etlected laud beyond to that thoroughfare, ho Miss Mattie O'Conuer, of Harrodsburg. , CMtorla euros Colic, Constipation, ttiat when this mortal coil is shuttled oil' "CMtorla la so well adapted to children tht Sour Stomach, DUrrlirra. Eructation, Nearly all of the burned buildings will There was quite a large attendance of and uninterrupted travel lOeumed. I it u superior to any prescription Kills Worm, gives bleep, and promotes dl. is spending they would not have to leave the Gill Boyle, of Danville, be rebuilt. II. A. Archer, M. D known to mo." young people present and mauy couipli- ved and fashionable Peach Tree. It medication. IU So. Oxford St., Crootlyu, V. T. a few days with Carroll Keid decimating passed on Mis3 Spoonamore The trotting season, drawing to a close, ments were crop, the largest remembered is a delightful street and on tacli side the bird Tux Cintaur CoMPAxr, 77 Murray Street, X. T. l for miles one looks on as handsome a lot has been the most remarkable for sever- and brother for the courtesies and since the war. Despite dry weather and of young horses liteuess that they extended to their years. The number of dwellings 119 he could wisli to. The an unusually luxuriant crop of weeds, is guests. Our Sunday school at this place 2:".0 and tho society people, who can allord it, all live coming under the both of which are unfavorable to unusually large. The "phenomenal trot- - meets every Sunday evening at 3 o'clock satisfactory work of best does, the boys on this or Ponce de Leon street, and in ters" have also done wonders. The title Mr. E. B. Beazley, one of the moat popu-- , bring in the heaviest bag of their ex the afternoons a walk 011 these streets of Queen of the trotting turf, bo long lor and best meu in the county, is our K4?rTTisanr Kden of delight to perience, without necessity of laboring will prove a very JAY-EYE-S-EE those fond of looking on natural beauty, held by Maud S. on n record of 'J:0S, boa superintendent. Our school numbers in..nnflnrtliikiiowiuit - ones that tho w V.W.,. . captured by Sunol, who has lower- - L pupils. By the way, wo improved upon by all that heart could beeu birds were not potted. Mb. J. I. Case, (Hickory Grovo Farm, home -wish- - There, too, late in the afternoon, ed the time J a second, although on a Jennets and Jacks For Sale. overheard a comparison' of notes by n Kaciue, V!n..uiys: "After trying of track, estimated to be two Georgia lasses go out for every known remedy, 1 removed a lurge Hunch who the black-eyeFinding that our stock farm interferes brace of middle aged one of regu- two years standing, from u 3 jcar old Ully, S of a walk or drive and it is no unpleasant or three seconds faster than S with three applications of "n OHr PrultBa'"". D arc serving their county at?- -' per diem, " nnltiAl nr.n .,,-. pasttimo to get an occasional glimpse of lilitUli IWMI u h ......, on which Main! have decided to sell all of our stock and in which the excellence of just now, S. accomplished her famous feat. That them. 1 it their bird dogs, as described, is enough Nanov Hanks, has will on Monday, November 2d, "sJl, black-eyegirls: It nfiw.r ,.r..ut .rt.vinr-ohReverting to the in Itlsthebcstpreparatlonllmveeverusedor heard S make a veteran wing shot gasp ,nn.l on n ri.f.n1ii.MinK COUnty COUrt day, Bell at public to l.. n.lW lnlr, is remarkable how many Georgia girls of. I heurtily recommend It to nil Iloracmcn." S ' auction in Lebanon, Kentucky, 15 head wonderment of tho wonderful improvehave black, saucy optics. I think I do lion track, and unless Sunol does better of jenuets, ranging from one to seven We have hundreds of such testimonial. ment in training since ago and rheumaon the kito track, Naucyjwill Btill be rat exageratu when I say at lease years old; also three yearling aud two per bottle. AsfeyourdruKgistforlt. If ho his enjoyment of the not rrice,tl.50 tism have reduced dow not lceplt,s,nilusMc,iitamporllver,fortnal6o.r. ol them ore blessed in that way, ed by horsemeu as ttie taster nag suckling jack colts. The jeunets and One of the , of' m- -ir (port to reminiscences. iirD v..i- W. EDDY & CO., Wnlteiiaii, is. x. AJKflJMTBADK MARK. and It goes without saying that Atlanta are black, with white points, and veracious gentlemen had his brace of Aiirtr.nn.thKlnofthR trot- -! has her full quota of pretty ones. the beat selection in breeding size, form pointers out on two occasions before One is impressed on reaching Atlanta ting turf, has one ot 2:001. In addition and style in Kentucky. We selected pick'twas legal to carry a gun and they with the number of elegant buildings to these features of the Beasou, there has and bred them with a view of having the ed up (V) 43 quails, all of which wero are seen on every hand. There are been some most noteworthy best, and can assure all that they are conveyed to tho larder through skepti- that in trotting andjipacing races. scores that cost away up iu the hundreds strictly as to tho reputed value of such cism of thousands and several that approach In track sensations, the West baa taken We mean business and will sell at fertilizers. The other gentleman's perthe lead. Indeed, the East has not been Lebanon next county court day on a BROS., nigh onto a million of dollars. The former is a pup, but from one day's woik grand structure, built in the in it. credit of three months. Bankable notes feels warranted in the his proud owner of town, and on a prominence from Henry Ward Beecher used to tell a required. For catalogue apply to Ben prediction that he will develop as phe- heart which it can be seen for miles around. story about o prieat in the olden time Spalding, Lebanon, Ky. a catcher aa either of his nomenal It. G. Hill, Tho Kimball House is probably the fin- who was called to blesa tho field of a Engagements with friend's brace. Large stage, plenty of scenery, seats 500. est building as well as the best equipped poor farmer prior to the planting. He 0. S. Hill, Jk. 2t good attractions solicited. The man who receives the announce- hotel in the South, and is the centre of came, and after surveyiug the soil, reThe bankers in convention at LouisHour is out" and does attraction of Atlanta. The rates ore f.-5- 0 ment that "the marked to the agrisulturist: 'Traying to $0 per day and the hotel is filled wont do here; what you want ia ma- ville that a special committee of nine be not say, "What! a'reftdy?" either know 8 appointed by the president to confer something about housekeeping or has a every day in the year. It is a bonanza nure." with the commissioners appointed by religion. to its owners and an ornament to tho big slice of good SHELTON HOUSE, the governor to revise the statutes, as to city. Lincoln Circuit Court, adopting a general banking law for KenThoy're having a picnic in the woods'. Accompanied by my brother, Mr. T. lien Richardson's Admr.. &c, 1'lff., vs Ben Richardson's lirs., fvc, Defts. In Equity. exclaimed little Fritz, runD. A. TWADDLE. Proprietor, tucky. "Oh, papa," It. Walton, I went out to the L. P. Grant All creditors having unpaid claims azaiust the her Castoria. Since tho McKinley law went into with a chestnut burr in his Park yesterday and speut several hours When Baby wai tick, we ning up estate of lieu Hichardsou, deed., are hereby noti- fouud the egg of a When the was a Child, ahu cried for Castoria. fied and waaend to appear before the undersigned operation the woolen mills of the counhand, "Look-I'- vo very pleasautly. There are N5 acres in Master Commissioner of the Lincoln Circuit Court Wheu the became Hiss, she dune to Castoria. porcupine try have had to fight for their life. Those and prove such claims on or bttorc the 31st day of it ami like Yellowstone Park, it is to a When she had Chllreni she gars them CastorU. October. 18)1. at Glendale, near Pittstield, Mass., burnBy order of the 'Lincoln Circuit Cotr'tin the at reasonable rates. "You needn't open your mouth bo great extent the handiwork of God rathFirjtcUi G. M. DAVISON. estimated at $200,000; Open day and ccommoditli room and Rood Ilry above stjled action ed down. Loss uigliL Sample Master Com'r L. C. C. Oct. 19, i3;i. wide," tho dentist remarked "I'll stand er than man. There are two lovely inconnectlon. fully insured. lakes, a number of exquisite grottoa and outside." Detroit Free Presa. ln Lnvr Wi!h Allrinlri fliir Nn With model retreat for where love biiituests The poll tax for this vear will be tlioSiir. i.u,.ir Stanford Female Colle; Fall Session Tuesday, September ist, ..,.-W- 1 -- , iii-.- i '"""'"". ' I Knglish-Mid-dleebor- o - - g -- j 7m& SCr .Z4'iSf -- y, Klkiu-Wats- on conva-lescln- i: 1 T 1 I long-foug- Hu-tonvl- ll n-e.- !j-.- ...b - .pi-wi- FARRIS & HARDIN, sup-woul- d 1 i- ,i' I Irol 1 Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, Queens-- Glass- - and Tinware. SEE OUK SXiEC r ; n LUTE OF LAMPS. SALT 1 ' 11 . lii The Old Reliable Jeweler !i in the Lead, H'-- 1 ffef A. R. Penny d u .- 11 "e ea Watches and Jewelry $1,-00- 0. be-you- ......... A . gate-keep- 11 - I , " aa nkuk-si- ..." one-hal- ?1,-0- 0. 11 teUMiNM Infants Children. IpMlon, , - $3,-,"0- 0; greatly-lo- I po-a- mk kite-shape- d grey-head- !.:.. - -.- '")- ""' d l. QUINN'S OINTMENT. o.. one-thir- d lin.,,i i.. Jks I. record-breaki- ng first-clas- Walton's Opera House, WALTON cap-itoli- aa I Proprietors, old-fashi- THE STOTICI. Rowland, Kentucky. 94-o- Mi ,1 UUj ISE ..P If ' ' - m Mick Gentry, for Lehman, shipped Robert Jordan, a negro, was hung at 5 cars i t rtiuu iiom Rowland Saturday, Va., for rape. Hampton, Judge Russell says he is going to 00 of which he bought of John 8. Owshave 10 grand jurors till the legislature ley at M, which averaged 1,17.1. FirenziJ it is announced, will race no fixes the question. iinon Kenton, aged 74, died at Car more. She has ictireil from the turf, of the old pi-- j and will be clawed for all time one of the lisle. He was a grand-solived near the lower Blue greatest mares of the American turf. oneerand Is Receiving His L. W. Hudson bought in Kansas Ci Lick Springs. He had been treasurer of ty, taut week, a carload of Missouri the Masonic Iidge for over .0 years. He The site tor the public building at mules for the Southern trade at says they were extra broke, Miiooth Goods Richmond has been approved by the Warranted and a Perfect Kit Gtnrantecd. Give uim a call. treasury department. It is situated on mules. Danville Advocate. W. W. Brmverifc Co., Iwught of J.. session at Indianapolis, they position. All the sik'tis point to Col. t lie collar of Main and Irvine streets M. Bigstatl 17:5 cattle at cents, to bo , endorsed all the untra demands of the Hrndley's prophecy that Harrison will be and is not far from the order, demanded State and national proWilliams' planing mill, occupying delivered Nov. 13. A lot of 1,137 fcedeis but whether be is elected hibition, woman's suffrage and other as or not will depend on who the demo- nearly a square, burned at Bowling sold at :5.;:0. There were (100 cattle on impractical propositions. It looks very cratic nominee is. If Cleveland, he won't Ureen Saturday night, causing a los of the market Monday with sales at 2 to Mt. Steiling Sentinel. much like the. alliance is disposed to be in it. jo0,000. As it was along the L. t N. :ii Cipt. O. T. Merideth reports ex i "bite off more than it can chaw." The trains were d' layed several hours. IIalstkad writes to the Cincinnati Kansas Alliance is to become a part of A pack of cards in his pocket over ceedingly dull market at Lancaster yes-National Union Company, of New Commercial that he had a long talk with his heart caught the discharge of a gnu, terday; 130 head commop cattle 2 to 2, i Ihe Steietary Blaine, who was tn route to Plug York, capital $20,000,000, anil run would have blown the life out of Thirty head sheep on market. Washington, and found him apparently which IWp Foi Trie fts 2YtAFtf FR frtevIMAttfM erative stores all over the state, ami the Bechel, at Uoshen, I ml. If it had hoises brought fM to SI 00; yoke oxen all right mentally and physically. He Otto AFE LAME BA'KPRrMNXETc. ;77.30. Bame thing is to be tried in Kentucky, been a Bible, a moral might bo drawn. , URE rfn?fANi) o,JE APPLICATION f CURCf Cf0UJ notwithstanding uran concerns nave is perhaps five or six pounds lighter and Reed, tho owner of the il2,00 Fort Marion, built by the Spaniards a 8l,ntle r w paler, but the fact that 'PEEDYkVgy RlCHArWoH-TAYLfMproven frauds and failures everywhere stallion, St. Blaise, announces that Iiih Ma., in H20, and rUA that "Daniel ebster w. at St. Augustine, they have been attempted. At this ie a mare in advance, with that to be the oldest structure in t ie terms are have . down in Mississippi, the j lOQ been dead 20 years bro United States, is to be reproduced at the no return piivilegu the highest price; " till proof to Halstead s fi Unit liance is investigating shortages of many World's Fair at Chicago by the State of ever asked or obtained for a horse's agents Blaine's mind was still working in the Florida. thousands of dollars, which its and he is booking them light same groove. The republicans are very have stolen under its very nose. If the A freight train plunged through a along at that. solicitous about the health of Mr. Blaine farmers are wise they will let such The Kentiickian says that the jack burning trestle acioss Hatchett's Creek, things alone, stick to the democratic and they should be. He is head and in Alabama. The conductor aud eale of Leer it Son, in Bourbon, was shoulders over any other man in the party, which has ever been their friend, party. were burned to death, the engineer stopped after two had been sold at $310 and not be led blindly by men, who seek cars were de- and $3.!0 respectively, as the prices did was badly hurt and Tim first installment of London mou- stroyed. personal preferment mote than they They sold not justify ius continuance. for Middlesboro has arrived. lt is the interests of those they would The Louisiana Lottery Co. has been privately several head four to Pennsylouly 511,300, but even that small amount indicted in 20 cases at Sioux Falls, S. D , vania parties lor $2,000, and two to Shelbamboozle. s sufficient to make Tom Tit Arnold for sending its advertisements through by Irvine, of Richmond, for S."00 each. In a speech at a banquet tendered dance a He has been livini? the mails and U. S. marshals are on the s R. W. Owens will have 3 him by the Young Men's Democratic off mighty poor pickings lately and the way to New Orleans to arrest the otllcers of bla-- k Galloway cows and heifers to League, at Atlanta, Gov. Hill, whoso prospect of seeing a little money onie anive here from Missouri. He says that and directors. Shoes, platform is "I am a democrat," reaffirm- more makes him as saucy as a Billy Ooat. A remarkable case is that of Miss the.se are the coming cattle for this taced his pride of membership and said he Come oil", Tom Tit. You and Arthur May White, a voting school teacher, liv- tion. They mature early and are hardy. wis not ashamed either of the past or have had your day. A new deal till ing near lousing, Mich. She has been Their hides, when dressed, sell for $ 10 in Wheeler & Wilson Sewing M.uhiue No. 9. present history of his party. Speaking around might help matters and put the asleep in her physician's house for l.'V the West, for robes. They are prettier interfer- trjr Avjent for llrodhcad 'lour. of it he said that we have never Magic City on its pins again. days and can only be aroused for half an than buffalo robrs. -- Paris News. U'll fli.i v't.lita .if ln x'tiit.xj nl Bealey Bros., this county, bought Highest market price paid for Ke.ithcrs and Tin; Danville Advocate thinks our hour at a time, and then with great diffibelieve in the sovereignty of the States. from Krastnus Duiiu :'l feeding cattle, culty. Never under democratic national rule point against the attorney general's puts 1,2U) pounds, at cents. Ashley Gulley A recent Herman publication has a blade of grass been taken from a opinion as to the free piss section of the present total horse power of the sold to Robert Miuth, of Kirksville, his the citizen except by due process of law. The new constitution is well taken and that world, both steam engines and locomo- farm of 100 acres in this county at $13. is the party of fraud, it will be sustained under a strict conrepublican party ,1. Y. Cook undT. B. Robinson, of this II J M. K II KI tives, at 1!),000,000, equivalent to a total II IIK.r.lNs hypocrisy, cant and false pretenses. The struction of the law. Certainly it must county, sold to Dick ('entry for the ex nowerof .000.000.000 men. or double port trade oi cattle that win mean things in politics are done by the or the section is as a souudicg brass or a the number of human workers in the ,kely average l,aX) pounds, to be taken republican party. The democratic party tinkling cymbal. world. next month, at cents. l.iiticaHter Itw fights openly and above board for the K. F. liarcia, paying teller of the ord. "Thk Swiss Republic" is the name of maintenance of its principles. It does a new book by Hon. Boyd Winchester, Louisiana National Bank, of New Or- Codur Orovo Stock Fftriu not stab in the dark nor wear a mask. It f . . - .. .1.. 1....1...- n ""-Louisville, it is iieuicateit to n.a i l" ll..w.vlutlt Al 'UU1. Mr J 1' Mot k,.if l.millo, Mys "I all ihcr-ullOur Stotk of-presents principles lor the support of the oi t IJiuiui't Oiiili'init lo friend, Henry Watterson, who, in token 00). His shortage has been skillfully inrii tccmin'ii'! Wit rrieltrm " wouM not ! ihe very people aud manfully asks their suffraglinti, tpxviiu, wind it of his appreciation, gives him and it a covered from bank ollicials for 15 years. without and' Kor ir'i, pufl or rnlarvrmc it i:i c it a tna'. es. The letniblican party prefers to buy big send off in three columns of Satur- The bank has a capital of $500,00, with a the votes it cannot secure by force. surplus of about $.'.00,000. day's Courier-JournaIs now almost complete ami we will bclablc to show to the Adelhert Gohen was hungat Fergus XTOW ueoiiU n Ik the dispatches from Camp I !. The sherill'of Magoffin county saya ho Falls, Minn., just after midnight Friday, Wr r minium buiimy as complete a btock, we think, as lias ever hern a Texas are not "fakes," the will resign before he will hang Logau for the murder of UOSettll Bray, Ills par- - !.c htch w., .ire runmn in connection with our offered for their inspection in experiments by the government Murphy, the parricide, who is booked amour, Our tirmi are and Confectionere protested his !.........,.. .....1 trawnMcandourllirnoil new tnii,ft aM. are decidedly successful. It is stated for the dull thud act January S. J. W. CAKK1LK.V 'K1KK The declared that his brother committed the boJ iiape IlowUnd, Ky that with a rising barometer, a cloudy-les- people ought not to let such a chicken-hearte- d crime withtheconnivanco of his mother, sky and fair weather predicted, the thing has'e a chance to resign. who had assisted him iu all manner of tiring was commenced at 2 a. m. by min- They ought ::::; for crimes. to kick him out. ute guns. In half an hour clouds began William Barnes, a wealthy farmer of to form and by 4 o'clock the sky was hid. NEWSY NOTES. na.eiwooii, inu., mew ins "nuns otuj !heKr uiori ot riioma M I.IUanl,deceaed, A balloon was exploded and a monster Sunday. While his wife and children , niat hit late redden. e, on The IT. S. court at Louisville has . n nttuiiiikriii) ..v, lllllV ...v. t battery let loose. Two minutes later, it .. g uic ni, i..txtv.tli lwi buc...,...-,- . tit ...... fill , ilium uo . onvicted 84 moonshiners this term. t is solemnly asserted, the rain began to CI1 - ifill ...rl .jui .I...'! r.. lipr l.iru.l fell .llui ....- .III l.u J. C. McDowell, of Boyle, and Mibs pour, continuing for more than an hour, of telling Mrs Barnes Of the OCClirrellCH, """ public jale hu fine Farm fy. Airei, aicu during which time an inch of water fell Jennie Gray, of Shelbyville, will marry when Barnes shot himself, dying in- miles irom iiic 1411. iiir. iiui.ru iitriipis Kt mur iianiuie anuu ironi atanioru l""iTlf-- in that immediate district and still heavstantly. Howard University has this year a ier falls were reported at distances of 50 vw) There is much excitement nt Inde- diKtivc.at the cropt now up.iii it prove, ad, it it toUl of 2,010 students, a gain of .TS over pendence, Iowa, consequent upon the iptemlldly fenced and watered. ,ld. It hat and 100 miles oil'. This story we opine .'ICI1'8 ailCl IlMtN, larmeu ii.lictou.lv 3'i yemli) one of the he.t , WCAr, all fainter Old sail- last year. will do to tell to the marines. attempt to enforce the prohibition laws wredi nrInimpediment!and nowrichest returns tth, te State to the it it Forest Hotel, the largest at Natural at Williams' trotting track. The owner, It it to horoughly improved that no evpen.e III .' 11(1 ors and others will uot take much stock I'lirilUllillir UOOtlS. .t VC .ire Still SOlC .IgCUtS for tllC old Bridge, Va., burned last week. Loss, who has discontinued the meeting, prom- 1... . n.lon It for yean, st". ...,1 ...t... .11.41.. cct ............ in it. mii.i 1. - iv;i, iwv iirt j ti..i.M, piiliiuiui. i.k.ni rLiiiinic waierprooi 1$ UhLL; HOOTS. fo0,000. ises to plow up race course and move Iniilt, with 10 looini niimetoii cl.nett .ilul pan whole liutite Bi.ai.vk gets bacK to Washington iu trio, large hall", bateuient Senator Gorman, of Maryland, is away if he be interfered with. Indig- and cnod out houiet otli, Itunderonly 4 mllci by i time to take Chili in hand. The recent conlident of democratic success iu New-centre ol nation meetings are being held by both tpile lo Danville, the educational and tocul Ken cly ;th, The neighborhooil attack on our sailors at Valparaiso, in York, Iowa, Ohio aud Massachusetts. sides. are nowhere excelled 5lli, It it at which a number were killed and wouud-ed- , J. M. Bailey, administrator of John food a fine hortr and ttock farm at can he found The Common l'leas Court at Nich has caused the president to instruct olasville, has given James Robb $1,750 Crouch, filed a suit for $.50,0)0 in the olli, It i e.iually a eood fur grain and annual the resident minister to demand first, damages against H. O. Walls for shooting Boyle circuit court against the C. S. rail-- 1 - JSvAl. 7 W an indemnity in money to be paid to him. MJ&) Jll Jtffc road for causing the death of Crouch last ihTiZili aihe fanVlVmiVl..he,cfa0ofa'crle.,, vj rcteryed for n.rn. the families of the dead sailors and to Congressman Lee, of Virginia, is the November. Crouch was a brakeman (LATK AI.KXANIKtf.S MOrKI.. Icriut ofsale easy At thc lame tunc and nlace will olfcr for tale a the families of such of the wouhded as 7th member of the next Congress that and trod on a nail while unloading traitof K null and lontaininj; about m a.rr, may die; second, thearrest and punisti- - his died prior to the assembling of that freight. It stuck into his foot anil gave c,e,'y T HO UG U L Y RE NO V ATED AN I) 1 M P ROVED K?L from which he died. ment of the participants in the assault body. him the lock-jaludlij ten tharrt ll.iyfc National llank Sto..!-H' an explosion at Nabob, in ' and third, a suitable apology to the 1' The women of Hiawatha, Kas., outj!,AHRNV RatCH 9.50 PCF K.,ecn ren '"0lint.v tMree children were instant- - raged at the performance of the London . .d States. Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Cotirt-ly killed nnd several men were danger- - Gaiety Girls, applied to. the council to I louse Tjik ne wspapers speak iu high terms ously hurt. LOUISVILLK, KV. stoptheshow, but that body refused, so rPHE RL LEY HOUSE The court of appeals has allinnep with Pitchfork, and rak,s they scraped of the address of Hon. J. W. Yerkes be- RJ Proprlotot, fore the Typothetic at Cincinnati. His the decision of the Bowell circuit court the bills from the boards and satislied A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. 'utenciug Simpson Rush to hang for themselves somewhat by declaring the London, - subject was "Blue Grass," iu the course Kentucky. of which he paid an eloquent tribute to killing his wife. ' , men who attended the show hocial out-- 1 ., , , I naie nioieu 10 mv new uoiei anil am An appeal was granted ami the ten casts. John Filson, the pioneer printer, editor. preparrd than ever to accommodate the and schoolmaster, who had the lirst uegroes scheduled for the hempen route liooil l.uery attached anilctcry convenience! tired. Cue me h call. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. west of the Alleghenies. Friday, at Laurens, S. C, for assassina- printing-oliicFRANK RII.KV. 77 of the smoothest of tiou, did not go. Mr. Yerkes is ono Hicliard Cobb sold to Dick Gentry The above is a cut of Dicks Tat e speakers and most polished of orators, The of the Speer Wine lo cattle. pounds average, at 1. LIME AND BRICK. Company, at l'assiac, N. J., burned. Be-- t and as usual scored a triumph. ''.") head of jack stock ait Feed Cutter, the best cutter Fob .Sai.k. tween o00 and 1,000 barrels of wine were ready for service. J. K. Haughman, for all purposes on the market. I will deliver imeat Celiti a llt.ihel in A Yousti woman in Louisville brought destroyed. Loss $100,000. Stanford and the neii;hhrhil. Ilustonville. Call and examine. I also have I will alto load cm cart at Crah Orchard, for a watch he Uric suit against her The Bank of Lewisbitrg, Term., A.T. Xunnelley went to Louisville the gave herand afterwards took it away for has made an assignment. The assets Saturday with two cars of cattle bought It 7J cent u hundred. Live me a chauie. XKM) KHtKUl'.K, Crah Orchard j6m another girl. The justice decitled that are $125,000 and the liabilities $S0,000. of various parties. she should have it, notwithstanding the Slow collections and tight money caused iiemember that the uplendid farm fellow hail given the watcii to his last the failure. HIDS1 HOKEOFA tfIVE. of the late T. M. Liilard will he sold at girl, whom he married. The decision is Courier-Journa- l And the The has discovered auction a good one, but the girl's example will a man in Washington county, Intl., who Curcnit, hruiit. old tores lint due.itei, -- K. P. Woods bought ()( John .S'ailtl- crati.)ie, halter corlii, biiinont, pile, li.luU, find few emulators. As a general thing is 7 feet, 2 inches high anil weie-l2:t7. idgH '.) head Cattle at ' aild burnt, dew poitonaml bruUci Wherever it hat ' been tiled it hat Eiven wonderful k.itiifacti'in and girls do not care for the trinkets of men His name is Jacob William and he is :2 Otie OI t iupropentity for rtiiiovinir torenen l,l.i.) potlllllS 111 ' . it reniarLa who play them false. years of age. .Minieroiit lettinionial wilt be tecureu ana Florida's orange crop is placed at .!, me. appear ill thit tpace at a later date, .Made Car of Kanawha Salt just received. will Lewis Smith and Jell" Sloan, of boxes and California has already nu oiu n y an,TiiE Times makes tho startling J H II K.fitNS, Stanford, Ky, Wayne, are under arrest at Danville for shipped -- 0 s of raisins. JT. nouncement that there are 21 persons forging and artemptiiig to pass a check J. K. Uruco went to Cincinnati to charged with murder confined in the for U, to which the name of X. I. But sell : of hogs for Dr. J. Ii. O WLouisville jail. If there is not some ter was signed. iley, shipped from Rowland Saturday. hanging down there soon the people John Cleary, of Louisville, on a procattle iu George Jones bought will be justifiable in taking the law in tracted spree at Harrodsburg, fell under Wayne at -' cents and Jones it Citron i own hands. their a freight train. He was picket! up in a sold .") at '2 to '21. Somerset Reporter. ' FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL "MODEX GROCERY" Barrow sold to J. U. A. C. it T. Tuk name of our old friend, J. G 1'nl. dyhiK condition and there are no hopes , for lli8 recovery. Smith about ir0 cattle, that will weigh Ham, appears with R. L. Mariinou as ed-A fatality seems to hang over tha 1,.V0 to 1,.')".") pounds, ut . cents per Itor of the Harrodsburg Sayiug-t- , which came to us last week enlarged ami great-- ' postmasters at Bessemer, Ala. The pres-l- pound. The largest and best lot of jack stock improved. May it continue to in- - ent incumbent was fatally injured iu a OF ALL KINDS. runaway ami his predecessor died from offered in this section for years will be ami jiroaper. crease Kmaii. Km its Vsi'miamI's. Okai'K being injured in the same way. INKS mill v r tliini,'itMi:illy found In sold at Lebanon by the Hill Bros. See Cheese, j A full Ktock. mi The coming primary election in notice. This explanation is from Charley liw. l'rr" riptivH We mi net iitfenU. punster of Louisville is to be belt! under the secret itill('iitliin. Ih'M Meacham, the Monbars failed at Nashville to lower the Hopkinaville Kentuckian: "It was ballot law. Candidates with opposition the by Arion, record made H. F. HILLENMEYER, Lamps, Glass- - and Ouccnsware, Tin- - and Woodenwarc, Fruit Jars, who saitl Tell the are assessed .() and those without $. Ci rover Clevelantl 14J. He made a mile iu li)J, 1 secLEXINGTON, KY. baby's name." to defray the expenses of the election. Jelly Glasses, &c. Hence the onds slower than his own record. The Indiana republicans, who have of been opposing the of President Harrison in the interest Judge tir'shani, have agreed to cease Stanford, Ky , Octohek '27, 101 hostilities and make uo further efi'ort to antagonize, him. The agreement is that j the GreshamittMare to encourage the W. F WALTON. of the president ami in ro- ' , turn Ids friends are to see to it that t l'lin Indiana Farmers' Alliance i''-- (.resliam is nominated in ISM. There di'nilv wants tn Mitch 'em a coining and will be no more anti administration cona gwine by bidding for all the cran- ferences and everything is to bt lovely During a while the goo; assumes an altitudinous ky voters in the country. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal -- H.8.RUPLEY,-e- n mtmbilStflwA ft 1 I Fall and Winter Goods hree-day- s' post-ollic- e. I IGHTNIK6 Ej3 1 INIMENT 0y co-o- FOR MAN OR BEAST 1 I sup-pose- d ' 00 yen-tim- al-- JUST RECEIVED. tlag-ma- n 1 1 FULL STOGK GENERAL MERGHANDISS con-eid- er I hoe-dow- car-load- Staple Dry Goods, Dress Goods and Ladies' Jackets; .Man's and Boys' Clothing, Boots, Hats and taps, Hardware and, Q'iccnsioare. 1 W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. NS I. 1 car-load- s j " T .... ... l. ...... ISIiEW GOODS. -- ' 1 :"-iU"- """"" ftSV " v i oi-- I s, IlVOry Stable. - FALL AND WINTER GOODS ! A I a rain-makin- g I druv-er- s mms rm Men's and Boys' Suits and sail Overcoats, Q I -. ! 11 1 1 i I ) u,n.,,l(iu.,n l If . 1111 as, ,89I(iMen's to-da- y. f:,r:;tesBr.iVhTCih f--r bct-- i fret-fro- and Boys' Fine and Heavy Boots and Shoes, and Children's School Shoes I....t Neck M'ROBERTSt& HXGGIWTS. I ... 1 vii-iii- The-hom-e I I I jtll J. Jkli z4XT3 . Bar-Unite- d cttl! I h ; R0 . n-uuAH- ' !). '' j e I Zl"' iDicksPatent V Manaer' Feed Cutter ware-hous- 0 I , I ex-lov- Studebaker Wagon Extras J L'J.'iO-pOUII- ll OLIVER PLOW, with Geniiin -- ; ear-load- 33. I I f car-load- s '- , Nurseries ! Go to A. A. WARREN'S For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats, Dried Apples, Peaches and Prunes, Rice, Pickles, Preserves and Jams; c BLUECRASS FOSTER l. I I y TREES mii-I- red-heade- tl 1 &-- " ..afr .4 J.'; ft1-.-- " "'.")' e" .9K Semi-Weekly IntfriorJouknal , Fink assortment of souvenir spoons just received at W. 15. MeHnberts'. U'antkh A good farm hand; must come well recommended. .1. K. Bruce. Cam, in now and get your winter suit. Good stock to select from and orders tilled with dispatch. II 0. Bupley. CiiAin.KY 8TANroai, Ky Ocronut '27, I.'! B.C.WALTON, MEAHS uuh. Monuger BUSINESS. K.vukavimi beautifully and artistically one at A. H. lYnny's. Yoru account in now ready. I'Icwmj anil settle. A. K. Kenny. Hwk your watch, clock ami jewelry repaired nt A. It. Penny's. All work .Miinwiti'il. Klmi.miikk tliatall silverware. wntcheH, rings, Ac , bought at A. It. Penny's will btcngraved free of eliarce. PERSONAL POINTS, Mns. K tk Kmikhi' is witli Mrs. V. M. Iliui-'in- . Mi:. Wick B. Dii.mon, of Laurel, spent Fiiank CitiirriiKK, wtio was beginning Sunday with bin mother. to make a practice of coming here to get Miss A.nnik CiiiKKN has returned from drunk and acting disorderly, tried it a month's visit to Louisville. once too often and was lodged in jail by .Miss. .1. W. IlAHris, of Pittsburg, is Marshal Newland Saturday. vMting Mr. nod Mrs. A. C. Martin. James P. Ckow has purchased of Jno. .Iith.k J. S. KisiiitKK, of Somerset, is . Good the Commercial Hotel and store , . Alcorn. Mrs J. with his dam-literadjourning at McKiuney for 31,500 and Mis MAiu.Aiurr Huiiiksty. of Lexingwill open up a tine drug store at once. ton, in vihiting her cousin, Mrs. Annie He will not begin Urn brick store-roo- AiiMhntosu, colored, waB lodged in jail Wednesday (or running a Wm. Ckmu, a worthy colored man of crap game in his house in Maxville. the Turnetsvillo precinct, ia at thu point 01 iieaili Miss Bounds is not only a good vocal ist, but one of the finest dancers on the Auiiiksts. Col. Wm. Foster broke Btage. Don't fail to see her at Wnlton's two of his ribs by falling over a barrel Opera House Friday night. anil C. C. Mcltoberts cut his hand sen oiihly with a chisel. Miss May Smith Boiiiiins takes live parts in Little Trixie and her changes of was as lovely an Indian Sumcostume are made with lightning rapidi mer day m ever came. Yesterday was ty. She has been playing tlies roles hot and windy, but the signal service for live consecutive years and is perfectsaid it would be cooler ly at home in them. A nriiiiir suitable for th manufacof cattle shipThkkk were 11 ture of vitritled brick has been dibeovcr ped from Bow land Saturday. The faciled near Junction City and a tympany ities for loading t'lereare not neareo good has been organized to work it. as here and the shippers would esteem I to-da- y. car-lom- We : Will : Receive From our burned fitoi'e in Louisville and have J open, bij h Gargoof Damaged GlothinG And other goods which we it a favor if they would be permitted to load here. The lot is small down there and frequently the enginesstainpede the cattle, rendering it almost impossible to get them on the cars. It would be a great accommodation to the shippers on this side of Rowland to load here and they hope the company will permit it hereafter. ' will dispose of at UNHEARD OF PRICES. Now is your chance to get goods only slightly injured at your own price. James. CHURCH AFFAIRST X Y President A. C. Sine announces that the annual meeting of the Bible Society .A-IfcTIS D will be held at the Baptist church next Sunday night at 7 o'clock. W. S. McPhail, of Holyoke, Mass., has written the Uth to the L'Oth chapter inclusive of St. John 10,281) words on the back of a postal card. It is reported that the Synod has ofA. VRBAMSKV, fered Bev. Ben Helm 1 ,"00 a year to beMANES AND Main Street, Stanford, Ky, an evangelist for it. He i.s come a meeting at Princeton. The 12"ith anniversary of American ; c Methodism wa celebrated in New Yoifc Sunday in the timt Methodist Fpiscopal ANDchinch established in the country. meeting held by Bey. The W. K, Arnold, at McKendreo resulted In Upright and Horizontal. four ailili.nr.iH to the church and a genand Portable. All Stationary, eral warming up of the membership. power. sizes up to The absence of preaching at both in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and churches Unequalcd the Presbyterian ami Christian Durability Stiuday, caused the Methodist and Bap- Write for Frw Illustrated I'ampicti .iml your u.int to list to be crowded with people brought tains. & CO., Mm. Sthotiikii Cook and daughter, Tuk railroad conductors, who have out bv the lovely weather. The rntversalists resolved in conMrs. iMiwin Cunl, of Mercer county, been in conference with General Maun-g- r Sl'RINOHH D. OHIO NKW ORK CIT heie-aftT. G. Metcalfe, ol the L. v N., (or vention at Worcester, Mass., that Imvi ben the KiiuHtMof liiri sister, Mrc. candidates for the ministry must soinutime, relative to an adjustment of lJuUy Nuvius. NKW AIVKRTISF.UENT. UoiiiMTKH, general wages, succeciled ill obtaining nearly be free from the tobacco habit, but omit Mn. Itit'iiMONii maungerof the Kentucky Investment every request they made. Among the ted to say anything about chewing guirt One of the Pope's cardinals at Borne Company at West .Superior Wis., is vis- most important are that they are to be all delayed time over - hours says that album in the church have so p lid for iting relatives here. Pantheon disorders of AWTD I.E. NI MllS. .lOHS l'KI.I. (illtSOS M and .r minutes, and that much delay will changed since the the Pope not yield to Lincoln Circuit Court Oct. 2 that should Coffcj-- , from Williamsburg yesterday, give them three hours; they are to have . I'lintin", v Cue.ter tnrncd Jamai llutt, &c Arc i, IMi'llda ?aic iu r.tjuiiy. minutes' the desires of ollicial Italy he may be where Mrs. (iilwon and the baby have time in the yards for all over llr sirtue of tiidgm'iu rendered Intheahove delay and the company is hereafter to killed or driven Ironi Rome. been for some time. cae The Richmond Register says that tried on at the October term, 1E01, of d court, 11 a vines', who was sick so employ the man to awake them at Mn. U. H. will Riv. F. S. Pollitt was attempting to get his heartfelt night. long, desires to express Nov. Qtli, 1891, on his horse when the animal sprang thanks for the kindness and attention in "Litti.k Tin MB," under the manage- from under him before he had quite rlcing the it day of the November term, 1P91, rhown him by the good citiaens. ell Lincoln county ment ol Fred Robbius, held forth at the gained the saddle. The lurch threw Mr. of the iloor in Suntord,court, , at i before thep courtor m. Ky o'clock Miu J. A. Oaiii'KS'tkii has taken the house House Monday evening to n large Pollitt heavily to the street, striking his thereabout, at rmblir auction io the highctt bid agency at Hubbard Springs, Va., on the Opera tojwit.1 It was the left hip and side. When assisted to his der the following drtenbed property, and appreciative audience Tract of Land, uttiated in Lincoln county, L. A- N., and writes that the mountain In the best entertainment ever given in this feet his limb seemed paralyzed and he and bounded thu, HcKiiinmg turnpike,centre of improving him fast oppolte air and water are the Stanford and Huitotiville place. May Smith Bobbins is the great- could not walk. A buggy was procured or where a lane intcriecu aid pile; thence with Mks. K.J Pkkkino, widow of our old centre of lane N j(W ift pole, thnce N n'j little Irish commedioune that we and he was conveyed to his home, Went 41 poles thence North M Wett 15 polej friend, Dr. .1. M. Perkins, of Somerset, is est links thence jsJi Vet 10 pole, ihence North ever saw. She delights the audience where every attention was given him to pole 10 links thence jj'4 the guest of Mr. II W. Farris, whom she 66 Vet " est f perfec- alleviate his pain. Mr. Pollitt's Stanand plays her part as "Trixie" to ,,pole 10 links, thence leaving the lane S. ia W 4 raised and who almost looks on her as a tone. Liberty Orccn's corner, link tii F.very feature of the entertain- ford friends sincerely hope he will soon pole i hn line. N. tion. W 75 pole to a point in And to uo an Kinas. thence his mother. JKNVhLRY in the city. A reliable watcn-AiaKe- r r.niM.nriirauch. ic feet North of double linn thai ment is simply superb and every part is be all right again. F. a llKinsuKit, the art teacher Miss S. right bank of branch, thence N,jo'a ctandk of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. Rev. A. V. Sizeinore has accepted W '10 po!e to a branch at a water gap. Corner to played to perfection. We heartily com at the College, was called to hrUnger Jone and others thence line of Cecil S. 78 W. 16 May Smith Bobbins' "Little Trixthe call of the Biptist church at this polei 16 links to a tou, liU corner, thence con. Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hoursy Saturday by a dispatch saying that her mend pole to a tonc minie" Co. to the favorable notice of the place and will enter upon the discharge tinning his line S day and night. mother, Mis. (icorge Bedinger. had been to Kennedy, thence hik line N 53I4K. 41 poles Michigan. Pontine Times. At of his duties as paetor at once. The er links theme with anie S. jj K 146 poles to a ?o being thrown from press of furiously injured by the Walton's Opera Houe, Friday night, members are wonderfully well pleased centre of aid pike, thence xsith mid pike to beginning; and containing a buggy. with him and he with them. Rev. Geo. agent for Little Oct. ".0. Saxiouii B. Hunt, recently the beloved pastor, left 102 Acres 2 Roods 7 Poles , Trixie. was here Friday preparing for lUm.v Shot. While listing cartridge the church in an excellent condition, Of I and, being the nme land comeyed to Mary . Itutt by Pence, extept a tmatl portion of tame his show, and authorized the manageis for a shot-gua few VveniiH's since, spiritually anil otherwise and will always t and cons eyed by aid ltutt to Jeukinsand Hold rtf the Opera House to refund the admisHeadquarters For Bledsoe Bailey, age LI, son of James P. occupy a tender place in the heart of he wholly on the north side ol the Stanford and HustoiiMlle turnpike sion fee to any one who can sit through Bailev. sullered a terrible accident, lie; Said land has a good, omtortaMe cottage house each member. He did a grand work for I.irtUt njr the perfoiiu'uice wilkout laughing. He was going to shoot some ducks and on and other improvement thereon and the church, it is believed, and accom- land It l a desirable farm and is about .' milci has the best show on the road. Biys he pike. examining the cartridges he found that on tho good, possibly, than any from HuMonwlle be madeManturdcredit of ft and on a O. V. 1'ii.kv and the shot rattleii in them. Taking them plished more Said ale will (Joint--. AirouNK required to exeuite bond with Bro. months, purchaser could have done. having the forte and Harvey Helm have formed a partner- between the thumb and forefinger of the other man approved personal comes with the best of recommenelfect of a judgment, retaining alien upon the ship and will from now on practice and holding the cap end on the dations from the best of people. He is land until all of the purchase money 11 paid and left hand Per cent intere-- l Ironi date until paid The ability of both these gen- lloor, he drove a stick into several to CC cs Ill and married, with a O. M DAVISON. M. C too well known to need any ram the shot down. He must have set ajyoiingi.iiiaii. tlemen is brilliant mind, a gdod (low of language, comment, and we predict for Biley the last one on a tack, as it exploded gesticulations graceful and easy, while Helm continued success in their profess- when he drove the stick in, tearing nearhis illustrations are simply beautiful in ion. Pineville Messengerly all his linger and thumb away ami the extreme, lie is a line singer, too, Mm. W. C. 11 uihiman, son of Man much of the llesh on the back of his and it is apparent that he has cultivated An Harriinan, of New Hampshire, who com- hand. Dm. Peyton and Cook were calleuts, alfarm workaiil impl Win. is f..m liar with the "ait divine." The chinch was manded u regiment th.it nerved in this ed and amputated the linger near the Sunday mornmost tilled to overllowing Lincoln County To nection during the war. rode through lirst joint and took oil' the thumb entireing to hear him and iiIbo a large crowd see the Kor three months, beginning November ist, mid from Lexington on horseback io is doing very well, but ly. The sullerer sell a at night, and he made a splendid imprescountry and especially to take in Camps will have to go through life maimed and sion on the visiting denominations. A Nelson and Hick Robinson. He has his halt, like many of the test of us poor Special Imolement Needed by committee was appointed at the church Every Farmer father's diaiy made during the Ken- devils. meeting, held just after the regular sercampaign, which aided him greattucky u horse Veiit Dealer morning, to carry through In thr county !joI to furnish his with the Ciw I'lT I'mr. The money bail of $'2 vice Sunday rtlert'iues anil vvaoii ly in understanding the situation in war previously talked about of applicution. Aililri-sW Kllawortii, the young the work times. Mr. Harriinan is the guest now put up by J. hulianiau, charged witliBtfalingau over-co.- it building a parsonage. Mrs. Annie James, AKD UOCSS WATCHES, B. F. AVERY & SONS, of Mr. .lames P. Crow. K. P. and other clothing from a Rowland Mrs. Sue Baughman, Messrs. UJl IS II.I.K, K McAlis-te- r CITY AND VICINITY. man, was declared forfeited and the inon-.- . Woods, M. F. F.lkin and J. II. constitute the committee. About nnlnred to be lmid to the Common KaTRepairing neatly and promptHamilton Cqi.i.koi. has adopted the wealth, after deducting Io per cent, for KK) has already been raised in addition givly done. new plan of teaching Saturdays and the county attorney and 10 for the cir-- i to the donation of the lot on which to I'lir ..mlcriiiMiHtl. as AJiiuiiHir.itort of Mm YTZ ing holiday Mondays. Wq &1 . .. l.ticiiul.1 lcr, tleceau.!, will sell to cuit clerk. Tne jury in tho case af Hen- - build and the succcmi of tho commend-r- lVlJaer.lpiblKOiitcryoD the preniiic the hlk'hcsl l A il WAMfr &Lr. Mwm. four inllei able undertaking is almost as.su red. The eiofi).tiivtiif,oniiie M.infor.1 pivc.on midieiouHlv woundinirClmr-LntFiin for j xx III take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. (Stanford, Ky.) T.iKKyour eggs to J. S. Jones' this members seem to ieali.e the truthful VkVlii(-Kcl:iv- . agreed to give a ....U and net L'O cents per dozen. Cash ley Ureenleaf, liually : incus of the words of thu song which J N. MKNKKEK , .A. C SINK Bargain Store, opposite thu I'ortmnn months' term in tail and a line of s?.")0, to (1ii.Mrn a work for each of us Atiooclovku in. the personal prcpirty omieil ,,nr nrti.1 i if .i,...i sin. H.ivs. "There's House. . . and this t'eelim: seems to .,n almr viin .... ..!.... iMIwnn". l)ntih ftnrtidi , ....v, tint ' now to do, the church to a refreshing tie- lUiSJI., I'iNTY roiili'Ctioneries uiul California Judge Morrow on an prevail in ieady for trial, but i 'v uh.Miu.ii. ihelieM, sCows, i yiaroM Hull, 8 irL'c. irtiitH, fancy urotrries anil eVfrytiiiiiR 1mH put it "o'tmi-J'- i "ii?VMX:Vr.!nsr! ami nirf, at .Icssf application for a reduction of nee:"s?. The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. to tnit, nil fresh hoM.K. The court of claims elected II jy Kalr. Clows. Wajiin anil Plow Harness. i5ipiiroI.ee lixcd it at $l,0(X) ntSoOO. 1). Wcnren's. . Terms liberal .iliilanihiiim til on ilay of jle o (C-IwtkTrf ? and he was acquainted with the facte in 1.. A. Martin keeper of the 1,-- l ..TAXSE.1. I. murs. a uooil :Jo- - each per MVKKS. very anxious to Wk are thectiBu. Meflars. J. S. Owsley, CJ. M. farm aud ho was allowed IJOORS, AiliiilinslraiorJ. (V, til Won't Davison, V. H. Cress and V. I. Hans-fon- l year for the keeping of tho inmates. A. Crab Orchard correHpoiulcnt. SHINGLES, SIDING, hear fiom 1ft us were appointed examiners to take tirav was appointed superintendent of home laily or nentlf man Hi farm. Harvey rrenclt was FRHNK HETHEVS. Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. MRS. t hum on the Bitbject. looositionsin their respective uw"f e. He gets i keewr of the i PURCHASING AGENT, Will .Saunders, whose trial for murder is $M) per year from tie county and $100 of miDtlHiit May ii wk Hold my Mock gave notice that ho would ner vear from the town and has the pro hereby return set for We carry a full stock of everything found in a woo.1 to J. M. Martin ami Chicago, : : : : Illinois. make application for a reduction of bail, cecils from the labor of tho convicts. -my thanks to the I'ltleiw of the vicinity Plymouth I'laceur 54l Weiilwoitli Ave. following claims for salaries and fees S7 so it is pretty certain thu trial will not Tho County judge, $710; for tho very liberal patronage extemletl were allowed. cent Remit by CiiininUOOti ami due occur this court. Judge Morrow wont county attorney, 000; county clerk, U:M.-oExamine our designs and specifications before letting your contract me. All accounts ate made out Order, Postal Note, New Yuri. Kh.inse or hy eeUle homo Friday and adjourned court till to superintendent of public schools, Ktprcs. Opportuuitict lor turyains in all lint's or building. SINE & MFNEFEE, Stanford, Ky. and I hope all indebted to me will Cyni ot good nimirpaised. day. fS7.7.. Advocate. once. A. C. Martin. at 1 till next spring. 1'tr.v. A. S. Moitett, of Midway, is the . Mr. W. H. Higglim and othtr Owm.ky it C'kaiii have sold their Htock liicnds. of dry goods, Ac, at Hustonville to Jap. Mit. J. 0. McCi.xiiy is back from a Frye at 7 cents on the dollar, an Mr. prospecting tour of Texan. He did not Owsley wanted to go into other business lind the prosptct very inviting. and Mr. Craig's health will not permit Mil John A. Mi Boiikiits is voting him to conllne himself to work. biH MSter, near Perry vllle, and this otllec Tin: Mctiinty's Trouble Co., which ii..ted him pretty badly hiht night. , will be here Nov. 17th, is highly recomMm. Tiiomh Vowki., of Anden-onA dispatch from 'Petersburg, is UMting her brother, .1. M. Martin. mended, I ml., dated Friday last, says: Walton Mr. ThomaH Ikunett accotnimnicH her, Bros: Mcliinty's Trouble Co. had a big Kniroit J. B. Bi't kkh, of the Somerset last night. Finest company Importer, piloted up to IiurbourviHe Fri- house here It. B. Braxelton, Manager of day to attend a (annum illiance meet ever here. Opera Hotit. int!. Mm Jien Jomhs of Lincoln, accompaI). G. S.tK.iiTKii will open up a line nied by MIhs (Jertie Dymtnt, of Missouri, line of general merchandise at the post-olllc- e niu here visiting friends. Somerset store, Crab Orchard, Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week, and Q.trr. ami Mik Wm. Okuh have he has had several thousand lJx'J't bills from Bluelleld, Va., which he ia printed, setting forth his low prices and Hitihlled is the coming city of the mounhis methods of doing business. F,"E,A.TI3:H!"E?-EGGS Bought at the highest market vrice. THE t LOUISVILLE STORE Proprietor. now-holdin- g GABRIEL, Managers. ot:i a:&: Serai-Portab- -- im to:(rro ten-dav- h' STEEL BOILERS, le 26-hor- I THE JA3IES UEFFEI. er Commissioners's Sale. W. B. McROBERTS, Newest Styles .' I Monday, JETaTEX.EH, DRUGGIST Complete Lino of School Books, School Supplies, - V Fancy Stationery and Tadlets.i The Best and Purest White Lead and Oils; Ready Mixed Paints and Neal's Carriage Pai?its,f Largest and Handsomest Line of Sil- - verware, Watches, Clocks 4 .11 Y. 1 Itu-Mit- , n B.K.&W.H.WEAREN Heating Stoves, 1 I Stoves, - -- I Size-mor- e I .V: WANTED. - ex-(io- v. Active, Energetic Canvass Cooking Stoves, Stoveware, Stovepipe. HOBT. FEHZEL, 111 s i 'i mm, Public Sale. v - 1 "" " ... !& ,,..w.-- - CSAk3r1. ! Nov. a, i8qi. ni i -- Stanford Lumber Yard -. w-s- n i I poor-hous- e -.-.- 1 LATH, ji v m.- - it '-u, BLINDS, CEILING, re-ele- work-hous- 1 to-da- WOVEN W1KE AITS SLAT FEITCX. pt-- r I'ost-Olli- FIRST CX.ASS LUMBER YARD. a- Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Fr day ,vNOiC AT Publlahotl Every Tuesday and sfv; w:r Yis.A.ii:r.A.inr pid S2.60 wSI e 7 00 TTWhen nut o charged.- - feite auciy CRIMINAL BEHIND THE SCENES. Bucklen's Arnica Salve The best stive in the world for outs, bruins sates, ulrers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skii crup Mens and jiositirelv cures piles, or no pay requir, ed. It is guaranteed to cixe l'rice 15 cents per bo. or money refunded For sale bv A R. l'ennv, Stantord, Ky. POSTED. Tilts notice forewarns hunter?, fish.rnun amt oilier, not to trespass nn our lands wtUsMt as all suh will be proccutcd to ike tallest extent of the law Slraed PLUMBING. V K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train naves Rowland at tt j:o a. in., returning p. ih i fr h fc. therein st the par value thereof, in addition to the amount invested in such shares. It may act as executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as au individual. To those who entrusted their buisiuess to us while innag'niK the Lincoln National Hank of 'Stanford, we we here tender our manv thanks and1 trust they will continue to transact their business with us, ottering as a guarantee far prompt attention to same, our twenty years' experience in banking and as liberal accommodations as are consistent with sound banking w Tina season will eo the fifth and last Containing res subject careful stidy that rsssssslssv or Ameiican tour of Mr. mid Mrs. Kendal. i ssBssie moioof the fevers and other malarial Their name in private life Is Gnnistone. Tit ALTON, Stinlord maladies which tire so common are thu Herbetr Kelcoy. the well known actor. logical results of tho criminal plumber. lives with his iiantUomo wifo in one of I In point of fact tho sanitary plumbing the prettiest little houses in Now York IsssssssssssssS croup, 'ssssssssH Wl'''r proclaimed and professed to bo practiced city isssssaSL?' sore A by tho organized master plumbers is selAugustus Pitou will probably become oBEpv xKWi''. jlJJf dom enforced. Tho keen competition in manager In the corporate limits o RowhnJ bronchitis, of a Now York theater if his trade compels active underbidding for stock company proves H I DARST. Rcwland. to bo n success on many women suffer from Excessive or and work, and that causes plumbing con- the road. . Scant Menstruatlcr, they don't know tracts to bo taken at such low prices that i '" cured by who to confide in to get proper advice. A premium of $'J.000over rerrnlar mt.n. - zj tho contractor must chocs doDon't confide in anybody but try was realize! at the auction sale of heats ing bad work where it is concealed or for the first production in New York of; losing money on the contract Few aro 5 The willing to do good work sit less than its "Thermidor," Sardou's Interdicted play. c5U?uisvittt ijiwAtjiiiYjcmcAt,o"(it';, the A stock company has been formed for actual cost, and plumbers are eminently TO and Specific for PAINFUL, PROFUSE, effective human in that regard. Most of their the publication of the Chicago Dramatic ' SCANrY. SUPPRESSED and IRREGULAR work is hidden from ordinarv notice. News. Leander Hichardsou will add emergency medicine. MENSTRUATION. nntl they largely make their profits by the direction of this paper to his many Who hi rieated u h a sensstion in and aroun It should be in every Book to "WOMAN" mailed free. Ituuvllle, K , l.y unn g dl.ra.ei that almc.t other enterprises. dishonest practices. And Waftle.l the uicJi' al Itatcrmtv nl the country BRADFIELO REGULATOR CO., Atlanta. Qa. The one part of a residence that should Dr Kea haschare of the hlerlriral and Agnes Dooth half made up her mind family. old tr all liruigl.tfc nty Mi'Vjnii i Department of tl.e Melius' and not bo offered tocouipetitiou by contract to retire from tho stage, but Manager v i Ji:,v-- j A I'OINl! 1. cum. lie, K ssasasssBaasavaoVsVssssMHssVnMssVBMIBio is tne plumbing. Only tho most expe- Palmer's offer of a fat salary and her old And rienced, skillful and honest men should part in "Alabama" took "her quickly He will visit Stanford at the MyLowell, Mass. K. ever be employed to do the plumbing in back behind tho footlights. ers House, Friday, Nov. 6. I county, a home, and then it is safest to watch it It a 1'ullman Vetibulfl Hutrrt Sleepers and Elsie Du Wolf, who has been probably ject Candidate fornlSheriff of Lincoln party. to the acii n the Dcmoiralu Huffet Chair Cars on all trains through to Returning everj month durii u the with care. The ignorant or dishonest the most famous amateur car t re actress in Chicaco without chance. mam one dav A. S. plumber will sow tha seeds of death in America, recently made her professional Go sia the Monou and jet the IVtt for the Wast Dr Ilea has ' tnnt cled with the iTf t N. money. For information address SHHfap every home, if he is allowed to do tho debut in Now York in an Knsrlish rv. and has no suntilor in SURGEON DENTIST. ver ' du fnoslrf aad traliHK dl.ram and defoimlti. IAS HARKKR.C 1' A.Chioaio Office on Main street, over W. 11. McKobertt' plumbing, no matter how well he is sion of Sardou's "Thermidor." reflection as Sheriff. Subiect ' a candidate for flit He will (iveSn fnr any case that he can km tell W O CRUSH, II P A , I ouissille Vina linn fiv nf ia Drug Store, Stanford. watched or naid. and the nnlv the di.caic and whrre located In five minute.. rnl Coghlan's recent inmeartincn on. it. He will tHuin to StanSoiu eseiy nwnth lhi - is to employ thoroughly competent and r,"fSe . Jtr IF VOL' ARF. r.OIKr. la remans one day vlry., .is not tne first honest men, to pay them fair prices for V" R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. their work, and then Farm T V " Hh" 'ceiient QA Treats all curable Mc4ira1 and Surgical Di.es. ti, I?! l "?' or the public. skirts for tho edl - V( DmiufirT Xpot." require them to Miss Coghl.tnV, '.wY.S Acute and Chiook Catarrh, DUeatcs ol the guarantee it for five years, subject to fication t DENTIST. upiearauce in America Is said to Ke, Kur, Nnte, Throat ami I.uagt, Djspep.ii, THE semiannual teats. This rule would bo Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, have been in very tight tights, as one of Hluc-GraS- S Plight's Di.fM.e, Diabetc, KxUeys, Liter, ap stairs. Nitrous Oxide uas gisen for painless likely to ussnre first class plumbing and RUddder, Chrcml Fcasale and Seaual Dlses.es. extracting. it would drive tho incompetent and the uyuin lnouipsous untisli iMoiules. Kfulepiyor fits cured A potti.e Guarantee. t One hundred 'and and STANFORD, KENTUCKY. criminal plumbers out of business. acres of good hind, in a liljh Mate et cultivation RAILROAD JOTTINGS. A larire. snlendid new barn, two rml cabins and There is no excuse for ignorance of YOUNG & MIDDLE AGED MEN other outnetwv. Will sell cheap . Dr. poisonous gases in a home. The InI he bt. LOUIS, Hannib.il and Kttnns 1 his land lies miles from Hustenville, K. S'jIieriDE f' Spetmauiirltpis and liupntency M tegrity of tho pipes can be as easily and City railroad will build an extension '' staoo. inrrrunwifiiiKjH in ,n.m or tuc mmi PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, as certainly tested as the leaks '.suiaviiic a riAHvitic n. R. Ijlirstm aud older ces pinducmx ikwoI StJn(.?l-bin a roof from New London. Mo., to Perry, Halls siKSTANFORD, KY. tte f itln.ing ete t. at etai.iuii rtlotihes, de when it rains. By cloiing the pipes aud county, and from Oakwcod l ty, aersnusness j to the Han-- ' nest. r.,ntultton of idra, efil Office in Odd Fellows' Building, up stairs. Is the line f ,r ynu, as its applyiug sulphur vapor under pressure. nibiil Union deimt ascrslon 10 Soviets dcfrtixe m.moiy. and mti ml es'-- i.ti'sn, wh. b in'rl thrvi.tim for hiiire.t Office hours. 7 to 8 n. m., to ip. m , 7 to 3 p. m. It will not only find every imperfection or marriage, are permanently oiird by reiueJic. Tho San Antonio and Aransas Pais' in tho plumbing, but it will declare tho not injurious We offer for sale ptivaiely oo Acres oi I.and railroad has been and is in financial dif-exact point of the defect alike by its M.ike close miles onth ot C. O. on the Somerset road. It has W. B. liloocl visible color and by its odor. If it enters tlciltles. the first mortgage bondholders a assrellinc and one stcre honn'-n- d barn. 10 acres the house anywhere, it at once exjKJSes Seeking tO fOleclose the $!"i.000.000 lllOrt- - In timber l.ood orchard and plenty ol water LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI Sinhilis and . ompli atun. as .ore ihtuit. fall. For all points. ing of the hair, pain in the beim. eruptions, etc , the negligent, incompetent or criminal gage in their hands, and have th.. fiQO " Office South side Main aiepetfrMli rr.dn ateu ssithout using mercurs or nuna ji u.ich. wim equipment, soiu un THROUGH TICKF.TS SOLD. street, in office recently plumber . This test, or some one equally der the hammer. ' HAOOAGK CIIKCKKD vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stsnford, Ky. j lIKOUCill other injurious drugs (ionnrrh t.ieet, stricture and all iTuury effective, if there is such, should bo apxQT3 and Kidney Iwi re speed1')- cured by treatFur any information cuuuite of A concern to be known as tho Chicago plied to each homo tit least every spring ment that perr fjki F. L. CLIFFORD, Agent, Hcsing purchased the interest - im uralde ta.e- - but uret He undenal e M. CRAIG, and fall; and it should be a part of tho Equipment company has been incorpo- partner, Mr. . R. MtPherson,! of mya former Or ilanford, K f. liberal Ihonssnd given p to li W. PKNN, Trav I'ass Agent. iu Chicago for the purpose of man- share of the patronage of the people ask Rowland W. plumber's contract to repair for a term rated of Kcmcatker tne dat auu mwi rally, j. Ins Junction Cty, K Homeopathic Physician, will continue the cash business of years all defects thus exposed at his ufacturing railroad equipments. The and vicinity. rooms are awa cravded hitcser he stups the capital stock is $1,000,000. The incor- whuh and firm ofI Hilton Mcl'hervm startedillont STANFORD, KENTUCKV. own cost. think can easily pros e why it .tods, CONSULTATION FREE. The plumber who deliberately puts porators aro R. H. Pugh, R. Wilber-forc- e beneficial to both mv customers and myself. For Office Hours: 10 to 12 a.m.; noi p. m.: 3 to instance look at these prices, to pounds granula- and II. S. Monroe. Correspondence solicited anil coiilidrntla! imperfect work in tlie hidden narts of n p. m. Jcoffee as cents per ted sugar 9 AJdre Omce on Lancaster street, oppositecourt-house- . house and thus exposes a family to dis' The result of the trip of inspection fxiund andfor Si Arbuckle't in proportion. Also alt other goads - yr MKDICAt AND SIRGICAL INsriTlII, hand at all times lumber and shingles fur Newport News A Mississippi Valley Co , "K. D. ease and death is as much n criminal as over tne ow i ork Central svstem by sale M. Mil. ION Solid Vrsti'juled Trams to n ith St Louisville, Ky any burglar or murderer. He knows Messrs. w. K. anderbilt. Chauncev y Rowland, Kv. $7 Philadelphia j NATIONAL BANK that the diffusion of poisonous gases de- Depew, II. Walter Webb and H. McK. stroys health and imperils life, and Twombly is the determination to build Baltimore, Now York, OF STANFORD, KV. All points F.ast and Southeast when he deliberately leaves hidden vents a railroad south from Gazzain, Pa., tho Only one uiuht out Inn Lesington. . in plumbing for sewer gas to carry its southern terminus of the Beech Creek Corrected Tune Card in F.ffect May ij. seVai OOO deadly fumes into homes, he is n crim- road, into the Clearfield coal region. Capital Stock. We wilt deliver tee each trorning as fol.ows STANFORD, KV , KlIHt llouml. inal and should bo treated and punThe Birkenhead Tramway company, Fast Mail leaves Leilugtnn daily at 715 am Surplus ished as a criminal cents, over The criminal organized iu 1S70 by George Francis Winchesters jj. Mt Sterling S .s.Ollse Hill 1040 Undergo Pounds Ashland u pm, Catlctliburg u iS, arriving at 50 and under 1001 cent, over Attention of the public is invited to the fact plumber can be driven out of business if Train, lately celebrated its twenty-firs- t Huntington 11 50 pm that this is the only Natioual Hank in Stanford. the people act with common fidelity to anniversary. 100, ?s of a cent. l.ltniietl r.apress leaves Islington uaily at ft is This was the first tram- SThis Hotel, renovated and refurnished, is now Under the provisions of the National Hank Act, pm, ju, Olisc 700, Mt. Merlin depositors are secured not only by the capital themselves, and it is high time that tho way in England. Since that year 1)13 in my charge and I intend to conduct it no as to 003, Wiucheter y Latlettsburg 107 43. arriving Hill 10 Ashland at not only but to add (lock, but by the stockholders liability lor in good work should be begun in M. F. miles of tramways havo been built, with tn its longmaintain its high reputation, acaommoda-tion- s Huntington ai 07 IN & CO., list friends. Special nmount equal to the stock, so that depositors of Accommodation, .tally, except bumlay. Times. for commercial travrlets and fine rooms for a paid up capital of over s(l..000.000. this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. Lexington at 4s pin. ini hester 7 10. Nit. r ive sworn statements 01 tne condition 01 tne bank The combined lines own 3.801 cars, 27,-- 1 tht Juploy of "mf,lM 7 4, nrnvlng at Olite Hill at 10 pat are made each year to the Uuited States governKy. Jupiter us n I'lisuot anil a God. Accommodation, dally except Sunday, leases 10 horses, and in 1S00 they carried over ment and its asset are examined at stated limes A First-Clas- s Lesiiuton at 101m, Winchester 1110 pin. .Ml. Saloon Jupiter, tho star which has held most G2O.O0O.O00 passengers. "by government agents, thus securing addititonal Sterling " pin Duly lease Olive Hill a t am' and perfect safety to depositors. attention of late, received his name from And lltl.LIAKD.ind POOLROOMS attached. Ashland S 4s am, Callettnu gjoi, arrhes Hum This institution, originally established as the Father Zeus, or Jove pater, as iugt'.n j atain. JOSKI'H COFFLV. the RoDeposit Dank of Stanford in 1848. then AROUND THE THRONES. Wiwl MoiiikI lied as the National Dank ol Stanford in 1S65 and mans called tho king of gods and men Fact Mail leases Huntington daily at r,o am, the First National Hank of a name fitly applied to tho planet larg.NOTICF.TOTHH. again Cetlflttbnrg 6 Ashland o j;, Ollse Hill I J.. .Ml Stanford in i3i, nas naa practically an uninterThe Marlborough Uou.-.-e stables alone ' Sterling Winchester 11 111 and arrises Lex- rupted existence of 3a years It is better supplied est by far of any in our solar system. cost tho Prince of Wales sfoO.OOO "JsL.t'10 trUVMS ItOrjI'Ji:." vwir. Ingt at u 0 put now with facilities for transacting business prompt By whatever namo Jupiter has been Limited Kxprcis lease Hun'lngtnn daily at Tho Shortost und Qulckottt Routo from ly and liberally than ever before in its long aud Queen Victoria is a judge of pictures known, he has always borne a good rep pm, Catlelt.burg y,, Ollse Hill ), Axhlamt honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduContrnl Kon'uclcv to allpolntei North d utation. 301, Ml. Meillng 4 ,i, Wuuheitir jl and arris e ciaries, firuu aud Individuals respectfully From time immemorial ho has and a connoisseur of sculntute. Frost. Eftst, Wont mt. at I.exlngt'ii at j jo 11m Fas; been th'e star of destiny, of good for- Mulready atid Cotreggio are her favor- I hase opened ia connection with my Hotel, the Accommodation, dally ex.ept Suudas, leases Llnebotwoon Loilncrton ana CincinThe Directory of this Hank is composed ot ites. am .Mt. Meillnir Olive Hill 15. Winchester nati. tune, lhe ancient Babylonians and jC. J. Foster, of Stanford; 7 15 and arrives at Lexlugtuii .it 3 05 am. THROl'GH TRAINS CINCINNAl ITO MID Kaiser Wilhelm is the only one of tho Chaldeans regarded him with favor, beFores'.us Keid, Lincoln county ; Accoan odatloii dully lease lluntin jion at 6 35 DLtllOROL'(.Hand J F.LLIC. pm, Catlettsburg 657, Ashland 7 10 and arrives at lieving that Ids gracious eye watched threo emperors who reads tho newspaJ. W. Ilayden, Stanford ; Olise Hill S j5 pin. F.xcept Sunday leases Mt SCHKD0LK IN KFFKCT MAV 10.18,1 over them for good. The Greeks and pers for himself. Tho czar and tho emS. II. Ilaughman, Lincoln, A o pm, Winchester Sterling at 55 and arrises a Lexington at 2 45 pm Romans likewise acknowledged his fa- peror of Austria have a private journal M.J.Miller, Ml. Vernon; No ' No, j No 3 , S. T. Harris, Lincoln; of cutting sot up for them daily. voring glances. Limited Vcstibuled F.xpress runs daily and has F.x Sunj nily j.-- Sun Pullman Vestibuled llulfet Sleepers between LouS. Mocker. Stanford; J. The astrologers of tho Middle Age? The Russian grand duchesses are all And offer the semcesof it to the publu. tirand isville, Lexington, Washington, New York and 3 10 a m 8 00 p m 1 '" P tn G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; recognized him as benign, and believed handsome women. The czar's daughter new chicles and freh blooded hor.e. make my Old Point Comfort This tram is made part of the Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington.. S 18 a in, S o3 p nil J P m T I". Hill, Stanford; stable compare celebrated those born under his influence would be Xenia is n copy of her Danish mother, p Lve Falmouth-- .. m 4 )lis am g it p ml 1 31 p to W. C.Welch, Stanford. a m'lo 13 p 19 Arr Paris V. n in tho Countr fair, tall, handsome, of a jovial disposi- and presents a very pi etty picture with Tho W. I, Tate, Stanford. u iopm(it ex p mX1" P ln Arr Lexington Gitu me call. Kat of Huntington on the C. ,V O. Route tion, generous, wise and witty, sound in her mild blue eyes, auburn hair and Lve Paris i s a m OFFICERS: . Fast Mail Trams run dally except Sunday beP W. GREF.N, Proprietor o tj pig mind and morals. If Mars or Saturn clear cut, delicate features. tween Lexington anil Huntington. Make direct Arr Winchester... u 10 p m AL. BURNS, Manager J, S. Hocker, President; ..."j 7 JJ p ub J5 P m with C. At). ;at Ash Arr Richmond.. connection at llunrfV-t.;were near enough to affect the influence Mc Roberts, Cashier; J. The Empress Frederick has turned her 4 4J P m land will) S. V. R f aTWinchester with K C. R Arr Lancaster... 1 as p m A. A. Mc Kinney, Assistant Cashier of Jupiter they modified the character A. G Lauham R. north 4lid soulhliound, and at Lexington with Arr Stanford attention to local mission work, and re-- ! Joh" " CalIm'L & N., Of S. andfC , N. O. .V T P. Railroads. Lve Richmond of the otherwise upright person, for tho cently ' IS P m built a model Lexington and Olive Hill Accninnio.latiotid.nly. at Crou-Arr Livington.... J J P m influence of Mars was feverish and fiery, burg, in the Taunus, for the sick except Sunaay. Connects at Winchester to and Lse Middlesboro ': jwor of I " I"" from K, C points and at Lexingtnr. with L. and that of Saturn was most maligu, that village. Tho liouso is small, but R, R. for Louissille. Co. Chicago Herald. No. 4. No. a. .v0 Lexington and Mt Sterling Accommodation constructed and furnished on scientific runs dally except Sunday, and makes direct OF STANFORD. KV., principles. tlon at Winchester tti and from Mldiltosljor. Lve Middlesboro Mi A GlrP Keaoti fur Wrecking a Train. ouh ami Richmond, and at Lexington with L. S. Lve Livingston.. 11 IS m "Co The progressive king of Siam, in his It is reported from Nuncy that a girl Is now fully organized and ready for business with Ry for Louisville Arr Richmond.... ".00 lm 4 c For full information in regard to rates, routes, in charge of some poultry ut Chambley anxiety to better tho condition of his T am 7 Ac , apply to any agent of this or connecting lines Lve Stanford Lve Lancaster... Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. lately placed two largo stones on a local people, has taken to wandering among 7 30 a m 's. Arr Richmond... 10 13 a in disguised iu C. L. IIROWN, II. E. II L'NTINGTON, Tho Snrplus, . - - - . 15,000, railway Hue. The engine driver of u them must originate plain clothes. himV P. and G M., Lve Richmond... J 46 p m 6 03 am G P A , every reform train which was proceeding in the direc- king Lexington, Ky, Arr Winchester, 40 p m 6 35 a m G V. HARNF.Y, V. S. HARRISON. tion of Nancy felt a severe shock on en self, for not even his most progressive SUCCESSOR toTHE LINCOLN NATIONAL Arr Paris ... 3J P " 7 45 am G. M . Lexington, Ky. T. P. A., Ashland, Ky Lve Lexiugton ... HANK OF STANFORD, tering the cutting near St. Julien. and subjects would dare to commit so great a BA11BEE&0ASTLBMAN p in 7 00 a mi 3 4J p m Lve Pans "" 45 P m a m p (Now closing up) with the tame assets aud under was afraid that tho carriages would go breach of etiquette as to suggest any in73 a ml 1 ij P u Lve Falmouth.. 4 10 p m 9 m 10 la ii iirrWDrr m" the same management. off the line. The gendarmes afterward novations upon established customs. Arr Covington.,. 5 40 p m 10 ij a mi t$ ,17 p m MANAGERS, By provisions of Its chatter, depositors are as Arr Cincinnati.. 3 SO p in 10 55 a m 6 as n iu mrido an investigation, fouud tho stones fully protected as aie depositors iu National Hanks, iu shareholdersbeing held individually On theMaysville Hranch, No 10. leaves Commerce Building', Louisville. ODDS AND ENDS. and the girl who had placed them on the Paris al liable to the extent of the amount of their stock sicians and to nil who have given the one-ha- lf 1 i.. The above iscalculated on standard time time II about o minute faster criminally earele.ss or incompotent married Julia NeiUun. an Vtail train going North English ....! ) pm plumber. Sometimes it is fatal diseases " ' " South of considerable note. 3Pm Express train " South m families which lead to critical examija ' ' Hosinu VokM ha a dramatization of North . .47 am nation of his work, and in rare cases tho 6 jo m Local Freight North official inspectors of buildings delect it; RniVvmil Kipling's story, "Tho Light ' m South. Slap The latter trains also carry passengers. but it is a fact known yonornlly to phy- That Failed." in her repertory. ilio 1 1 1 L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. iccidentnl 111 nme of tlm Chungex ( iirt1tiitf Jluy llrliifc to Mil Otlierxs lo (iimil lluine. It is only now and then that tomo revelation exposes work of "OeUys.hur is thu niiiiio of tlio now- est war play Young SiiU'iufts ropertolro now in- clink's seven piny New Yoik loot monoy in the early weeks or thu iimjm beomiso of tho intense licitt Itoluud Heed recently save n matinoo iwformnmv in New York boghininjj tit iu:ou 111 int.' iiiuiiitii. Ellen Terry's Trod recently ac-tre- ss Arcg. ic l sec hii i r"lt sati'l-icnor- sj C. M.Sl'OOVAMOnUK, J K II RUCK CourIh and Colds, upon this condition: If ou aieafflbtcd with La Grippe and will use this I wih to tell privately according to duectitw, Riving it a fair trial my Farm m 141 Acres mid expennce no benefit, yon mav return the hot MiMaieci inlltsa norther Stanlord, iv., n the WemaVe Daavilk ssiV. Will t4kc plcnaurr tie and has e ,our money rolundvd ohoxisvt to thi- - offer hecauv ef th wonderful Micce- - of Dr. any rnie vvlstsinic to purihaso. Apply to Kins' New Discovery durinj la.t season epi -J J HKIOUF. Hast, huardof nocM-iuMih 11 tailed, demic fry it Trial bottles fre at A R I'enny's druj store Lkikc sue 30c and $1. rem-ed1 4- We authorize our adsertiseddriijfa'tst to cll you Dr. Kins'- - New Discovery for Consumption, aunrnntoed Curo for Li Qrlppo. Good Farm 3Tor 3 ale. ' ' , . . Solar Colds and Coughs asthma, hoarseness throat, aru mure th.in skin i!ep, depending on upon a heilthy condition of all the sital organs. I' thelistr be ina. live )im hast a ilioui look, il pepiii-looj our sloiiui h be dis rdcted you hsirail) and if vour kidness '.c alle. led sou hase a pinched lonk iute)Our health 4nd V"U will erms easy. I'Hiks. lile. tri. latter is the ureal al have : and tome, aits dire, th' n these silal ortrratite oil andxnesa gans O ics implrs Mouhcs K I'ennj s drui: gocuc 'iu,ilexi m So'dat m nt'i rcr tattle Com! looVn Good Looks. POB, SALS V KyS assssKTlVft.C oUtssssVi 1 I "" sW'lsfcft Lot Main Street in Stanford tt I tiit 4 e For Sale Twentv Huililiujr iotH Every Month 'M iT 'v Ayers Cherry Pectoral safest most - - Bradfleld's DR. D.D.REA, . Femalt Regulator CHKOAIM), all Surgeonfe Specialist mi-K'lc- I I Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co PRICE, Smk-Ka- R. GENTRY sul-- 1'isll-ma- n J. MENEFEE, '"- ir-- ni-s- l7ulTX;iir wroRTK -An one-half west, , Farm for Sale , setenty-eigli- I II. C.;Xuuiielley, I . i rrr r i UOSn. I I . , 1 DIl Double Daily Trains r PENNY, 1 : Dentist. I cor and Skin Diseases. U- 1 DR. JOHN cash I A-- oirirsr. ( I .... t- OLD KY. ROUTE i 39- ! I . FIRST 1 Washington, PORTMAN HOUSE, IGTU, ...S200, ICE I li 16,500 JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. OS 1 earnest-Philadel- phia 11 ELK bier-tin- s; . r Stanford, 11 i 37-- tt I TRAVELING PirULlC. i7, j, 4 Kentucky Central fl.R. .South-Woa- x 1 solic-te- ii 4 t. -' MYERS HOUSE, . a f4 1 1 First.Class UvcrylStable, Best 11 I South-Houn- t . . F. F. 1 . . ' oijiu . . J-h- 95-i- yr ho.-pit- al 1 Farmers BanM Trust l ROYAL of;liverpool. . I A-- North-Houn- d. j con-n- o Insurance Company, in 32 r j 1 1 n.' J.3 t Am) F " . 41 rails. J.J. . directors: When asked why she thus jeopardized the lives of hundreds of people, slio replied coolly that she wanted to bring about a railway accident so that sho might obtain some of the flue hats and dresses worn by ladies who might be killed or injured by her wicked action. She lias been sent to a reformatory. London Tit-Bits. Williams, Mt. Vernon; J, M.Hall, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S.J. Embry, Stanford;! J. E. Lynn, Stanford ; A. W. Carpenter, Mlllrdgeville; J. K, Ilaughman, Hustonville; J. F. Cash, Stanford ; William Gooch, Stantord, Ky. S. II. Shanks, President. J. B. 0s!er, Book-Keep- Cashier W, M. Bright, Teller, I. H. Ilaughman. General While a citizen was breaking ice for his ttfble he noticed a speck in the middle of the cake. Cutting down nearer to it ho saw it was a small toad. He cut .tho animal out and laid it on the table to thaw out. When tho ice melted ho put the toad in a box, carrying it down cellar. Late that afternoon he opened, the box ailll W!l inummlinf pfnrflu.1 tn sea the't'fWI imniMit n,.,t.,..ti.'r., i w " """ v?"' TTi'w....ar " V :"-B"- A Tuuil Story. at to. o. am, and Agents throughout the South, Na A statue of "Tho Ball Thrower" has leaves Mayss tile at 5 to a m, 830, ing m. Pans at arris at 7 40. am. No., leaves Maysville at so and been presented to the city of San Franarrivesat Paris at 410, p ni. These trains rs cisco, thus immortalizing baseball play- "77. A. TRIBBLE, Local Ag-ont-, daily except Sunday. ers. The statue is placed in Golden Gato po,n" l..i,ds?'!r!,n" except Sunday. 0"land Isdaily STANFORD. KY. park. HjvjTMfcalr AsisBsMrREf, No, runs dally from Lexington to Cincinnati, .0. a runs dailv A tourmaline over two inches in diam No, s runs daily from all stations except ' the eter and two inches in length was unI TAX-PAVERuWraSIasat Rowland DisisIoii, which is daily except Sunday, TO No. 3 daily except Sunday, earthed on a Paris (Me.) farm. Several No 4 dally betueen Cincinnati and Lexington other fine specimens were found ut the Remember that the new Revenue Law imposes rso. 41 aril and Lexington Accommodation dai. a penalty ol six per cent, on all taxes not paid bely. Leaves Lexington 10 00 a. m. Arrises Paris time. bame fore tho first day of Nos ember. Therelore, for to 13 a in the convenience of alt who hasH tint Telescopic steel masts or rods aro to bo already No 8 Falmouth Accommodation; lenses Cincinsettled, I or one of my deputies will du. nati 510pm Arrises Falmouth 7 03 p m dailv used in lighting the public squares iu ring the month ot October meet you at the follow-in' .tr.nl tin.l ,. named places' Brussels. The object of this system is No. 7 Leaves Falmouth ti 00 a m. Arrives 7 55 a m dally except Sunday. to preserve the beanties of the parks in Crab Orchard, Saturday, October 17th and Sat urday,y list. n.. No. a and 6m.ike connections at Winchester for . n svavn esotirg, rriuay, Oct. a;d ana triday. wth. the daytime. V ' ,i points on the N. N. A M. M"R'y, E. D. Highland Thursday, October 2jtli. ..IV,.',1."mci,,ir0llKh on Ctncinnatito More than of the wholo alue rtiugsvme, s.iiuraay, uctooer 34111. Middlesbcrough and Cumberland Gap aud all in,a Jc ' Hustonville, fttf termediate stations and runs daily. of houses and tenements In- England and McKinney, Saturdays, October 17th and 41st. Having removed my Barber Snoo to the Com Fridays, October 16th and 301(1. W. L MUNSON.Trav Pass. Agt., Cincinnati. Wales, aud more than of the Milledgevllle. Saturday, October 34th, merclal Hole:, aut prbpared to accommodate la- S. R.KNOrr, C. P.ATMORE, Mt. Salem, Thursday. October 39th. entire United Kingdom, are found in tfsTWill 1(0 at aiesasweuas geniiemea in anytntng they may Traftic Manager. Gen. I'ass. Agt. e every day. the wish in my line. Children also waited 00. Call General office, Louisville, Kv. Loudon. The.reut for London lust vear J, N. MENKFKE, jfcsse. lltu.MPSON, nuine. S. F. II. MORSE, Gen'l Pass'g'r Agt. 1 1 75S.amandNo. Mayss. ille u, at 613. p m, arriving at JiHicsns "" h 1 S. lilln PIP'T 1 ra tf Ibll llsesBPSHr.sB Cin-cinn- , ..... one-thir- d i'''iRBsssBar ta 1 --, - one-four-th Court-Hous- j 0 ffaj $17t.000.000.. Sheriff Lincoln County InCommercial Hotel. Office Chamber ol Commerce Huilding.Cineinntt. h ? 6 !t? ! .j-- i-- 1 - Kt; i. ".