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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891103001 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. V" Lsok at your Label Semi-WeeklyInteriorJournal! if you are in subscrip ticn. If yon are ra nit at on cnco. see VOL. XIX. CRAB ORCHARD. ATLANTA. I STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. OCTOBER ,3. 1891. command-limranilba- NO. 69 be hard to find. Col. Closuon, a man of s 'some military importance, is More About Georgia's Growing Capital Whilo your old correspondent is bu under charge 12.1 oilicers I Atlanta, Ua., Oct. 27. Tor nearly a nun .ilt..t.ift Tlwi f.rnlf fitlu...- ntl' tlniftflHl By writing letters of iv dilluren: nature, ...t.l ii..n'-ir. will entlfiivor to help you out by Heml week I Imve been "taking in" Atlanta, iia a m an I everything is Kpt J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. ing few items of interest to people in una and fi,.( something new each dn'. Tru-- a asclm as a new pin. A 8utinel, with lyitisa groat city and one vinitor Run ami luyouot, guards every gate and Unity, 1891. W Col. I), U. Slaughter mofttiy loopou ukea better tlie more he seesofit. .North-lil- s and the place presents quite n military l''ullcorpol Comervatory ind Norm it ichoil teaiher. Superior couri in Literature, Music and store utul we rutlier expect he will etu peopie huve iilwiiyn been credited appearance. Art. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circ.il.tri furnished on application. make it warm for the merchants here, ns with the thriit and energy of the conn- It is very pleasing to nt to see how try ami it haa been done, no doubt, be .i he In a hustler. i i go to ciiuri'ii iicn. i.i. . .... . me n micn-Bie- ....i : niuse o ... want oi know edge or. the iiiu iPome town !. i... Kveryuotiy tu .. tlie during church time U ad'ad as cm be, :, , .. .... . i c. mi-- 1 some way in we rauuucn nu i.. i..,i gp'nuinu prosperous .oum. me as those who can, worship to a unit. Gov. are anxious to know what feee limy have h more fertile brain than case and all Northern is a big Uaptist ami most of his the sturdy Southerner, but he possesses will be the fate of Saunders. Htall'are churchgoers. Mayor Hemphill Uad colds and sore throats are very n0 more diligence, nor does he show S, E. Cor. 4th Ac Vino, Clnolnnuti, O. is a devout Methodist and each Sunday prevalent here, and water Is harder to that liberality of spirit in doing thoso Jluds him in his pew. Two of the Even-luShort-Han- d, get than whisky. Ota is so poor that things which redound to the interest of Book-keepin- g, Type-Writin- g, Telegraphy, Journal's biggest oflicera are duncons have had to commr nee his Mlow being, as do those good pe0. moMt farmers is said in the Biptist church, while it pie of this ami other mtions who fought feeding. Business Practice, Correspondence, Clerking, Commercial Arithmetic, that the editors and a majority of the Mr. J. K. Carsou A Hro., have been unit.r the grand olii Confederate flag in reporter of the Constitution are promiPenmanship and all Business Branches. shipping some of their Hue Jersey calveb (hvs gone bv. While acquiring wealth nent church members. I attended Established 1862. Large nnd flourlshlnc Twelve Instructors. Up with Uib time. to parties in Indiana and Kentucky and i themselves there nro thousands of Fltn thoroughly for Htialnens Pursuit. Has the confidence of the BuMueM Oommunlly, church Sunday and notwithstanding EDWIN CLAIBORNE WALTON. The ttudentM tire in demand and are aldrd in ttcuring employment. The chargs r learn from Mr. Carton that he hasi lantaites who have gone out of their there was no unusual attraction, the reasonable. Board can be had tn the city at low figures. Day and Kiicht Session. Doe orders tc (HI. They have way to help the growing, city and to building was crowded and chairs filled What Some of catalogue. C W McGEE, PRINCIPAL. ueveral more the Newspapers Are Saying as promises. Investigation oollclted. Bend for eomo line ones. Mr. Wm Welsh, of the their ' m it be it said, they look with the aisles with people eager to hear the Him. About I'uie Hill Coal Co., bought several mules pridi fi.(!.iy on as good and as business-lik- t gospel expounded. A Godly town, is The Stanford Ixteiuoji Joi'rnal loses week to work p' ice, ciz? of course considered, as from Mr. 0. A. Hedd last E. C. Walton, the business manager. He Atlanta. l the is in th I iverse. tn his mines The name of no man is half so dear goes to Atlanta to enter the grocery bus-- ! i ,, iuiiuu ab how the Hate City Several partiea of young, people from of the iness. II will be missed iu'Stanford. love t .ei' city, as well an to what to the people of Atlanta as that parts of the county were out p various late orator, patriot an journalist, Henrv Louisville Commercial. hunting chestnuts and hlckorynuts last an intent th v will go to have her name V. Uradv. He was worshipped while Ed Wulton is Dealers In in SomerSaturday and all euded their hunt by kept before tlie people. For instance, a memory ia rever- set and has many friends here, all of lie lived, and now his coming by to get a drink of the famous fuw capitalists presented to a steamer of no other. Besides the state- whom wish him lots of success in his of the lovely young plying on the coast of the Atlantic $1,000 ed as that sulphur water. Some ly bronze 6tntuerecentlyunveiled, which new field of labor. Somerset Ilepubli-aan- . ladies and their busies were gorgeously to have her name chnnged to Atlanta, was a handsomo token of appreciation of e trimmed up in autumn leaves, making. They are alwayp liberal in their Ed Walton is ono of the brightest sthe great imm, a hospital has also beeu an ornamental procession, and all tjons for the furtherance of the place newspaper men in the State and his named in honor of him nnd there u talk were merry as could be, notwithstaud- - and from the prosperous nppcaraiicc of changing the name of the Btreet permanent removal to Georgia will be a were of the dying the city, it looks as if they have been ro- - now of in their emblems on which the statue stands to Grady severe loss to Kentucky journalism. His year. A.2TT 2LX1TE OXTB. . M host of friends wish him success in every -- Mr. J L. Nelsou, operator, 1'robably there is not another town street, to further honor the illustrious enterprise. Mt. .i Ulf Vernon Signal. VIIU ill and Mrs. Newland is runnin laid otriike Atlanta in the l S Heally dead. Kd C. Walton has resigned the place Pillion, Georgia is going to do tho right thing rice alone. Mr. and Mrs. F. W a map of the place looka as if a chicken OF KANAWHA FRESH CAR-LOA- D falling into line ami declaring straight as the business manager of his brother's A charge of the J. If. Hutching had will take stepped in the ink bottle and walk- by Mr. and Mrs. Hutchingout for Cleveland. The Constitution is paper, the Stanford Interior Journal, property while ed across the paper. Theie are 405 for Hill, but the Journal, the Herald, nnd left for Atlanta to go into .business winter in Florida. Ur. W. M. Doores streets and more triangular-shapebuild- lr..M,...i,l t, tittitttil f lift ..ii... and the people are with another brother. There is no finer TJinp, than can be found anywhere. In nil the other papers last and all tho time, young fellow nor better business man in for Cleveland ilrst, ueusnie oi .urn. ui. mhiv, scores of instances a small Hincedled. Mm. I'rof Smith has loturn- - ed house occupies an entire block. It is and by their unity will show their the State than Kd Walton, and his deI !.. ,.il .. r. . . , , strength at the proper time. Aside from parture will be sincerely regretted Jby a , , , eu to ner inome in w.m., ivwuK I,nm , , little host of friends. Owensboroj Messen lonely for the uinter, (essor Mnite u WtfaUjll t0 stuooXh MnnR., t0 tha the presidential talk, there is how. ger. goinK on in politics in this State, now comer. Several other papers, including tho Leer From Casey County. is a univerTho l'ifdtuoiit K.xposition is a big evor, and for thu rest there Frankfort Capital and Lexington TranThis was county court and court on FJas the largest and thing for Atlanta, or for any other place, sal crv of "thank the Lord!" script, have also referred to Mr. Walton c!alms day, which brought a great crowd E. C. W. y a concerned. f"f It is somo-tin complimentary terms. to Liberty from all portions of the conn-- 1 MOST COMPLETE STOCK l,1 order of a fair, but on a Withers, of your place, was ,,,inK rt'l Lewis Modern 8nmson. eA LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. iuch more enormous scale, livery OH hero as the lust rose of summer, bloom-- ' John Whitman, the man who lifts COO traction imaginable i there and the pounds, pushed a freight cur weighins -- The exact amount allowed by the in the butwy and cart business or George I). Women. He Is a genial: roost fastidious can be pleased. The 30,000 pounds along a switch on North last court of claims waa 7,035.76. gontlcman and has hosts of friends in! farmer is indeed "in it,'' too, for there is street, near Madison, in the presence of ever shown in Stanford at prices Mr. Van Ryan has made arrangeS00 (leoplu. ' He got betweou the as low as the lowest. Casey. We also had the .Messrs. uouut, no.end to tho sheep, hoes, cattle and about ments to leave London for Illinois on horses on exhibition. There, if he is of car he was to push and another, the of Danville, selling sewing, machines, in the State, Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s down. Seating the 10th oi November. He is a y.ood cit-- , brakes of which Were nlmirw. Ac. I do not know the a sportive nature, he can watch the himself upon the second car, ho placed izen that we hate to lose. who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to, thoroughbreds nnd trotters get down to Hiiccess of either party, as I was very A fire at the London Manufacturing his feet against the forward car, and, send joh to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old' ot w6rk and if he has a desire to "make ex after taking n deep breath, gave it one Co.'s mill Friday busy all day. I sold a small piece resulted in destroying The car about 600 feet of lumber. It caught from gold and silver taken at market price. caso of Ilambercer, penses" there U a betting stand not far mighty push with them. Your trade and work is solic-- 1 knob land in tho A Co. vs. A. K Green, of 25 acres oil where he may try his hand. A baud quivered aud then went forward several afire underneath while being dried. ltlnoin A. R. PENNY. ted j and guarantee satisfaction. Mexthis several times, feet. t,..r Duncan to J. C. Carter for .N).'--'a of 50 pieces, composed entirely of Lxpo-i- - owing He did car being on a gradobut I made a mistake in my last report ho to the mare mnlw.jwnnii, mrnwiiea tlie music lor the Sold a pair of 7 ycHr-oin regard to the Baptist church books. to eition uud is a drawing, card , within it- - could not move It very far. A car The Hatdshells won tho case instead of ,, 1,.... - i.nnd blub, for K. G. Combest ,. .. weighing 23.U00 jiounds he moved 01:11. a i year-oiv iuu way, uiey muKe spiemnu ease. Mr. Dunn, tho yanlmaater, with the Missionaries. It was seported to me V. (?. Holland for Kijd horse for M. Woodrum for S105; a I year- - music and Judaea say that the renowned tho cars moved would take the efforts of otherwise. old horse for Welby Murphy for V0; a Gilmore cannot eclipse them. The at at least eight ordinary men. The many friends of John Watkins, tendance on the Ex. has been very large, In the afternoon Whitman gave an ex- who was recently burned out in tho marw for Mr. Cox 5lK), a horse for Tom Drake for JUS and and on the day of the unveiling of tho hibition of hii strength at the Lovelace building, will be glad to learn at the central police station. He mare mule, Grady statue it ran up to uearly 25,000. for same party a that he haa secured a position as travelpound dnmblell aa A curiosity in the shape of a very old handled a hundred 10 hands high, for ilOO. No cattle on if it weighed five jwunds. Captain Far-na- ing salesmau for the milling firm of Galthe market; weather and grass too dry man is on exhibition on the grounds and one of his ofticers then got ou loway & Burnam, Paint Lick. for them. The intention of our people and few' visit the Exposition without Whitman's back, who stooped over, and luursuay alter dark the town wns is to have monthly biles of stock, as is seeing him. llisnameis lliram Lester with his teeth picked up two dumbbells alarmed by the cry of fire and it was done in other counties, in thu future. and his age ia 125 years. He is a pretty tied together, weighing 100 pounds, aud soon learned that the dwelling of Mr. for All with whom your humble servant has lively old chap and will soon marry an Kt tho wime time lifted a hundred tiouml Lucy J. Williams had caught, but a The bells and men talked are in favor of tho movement and old lady who had been attending to his bell in each hand. prompt use of water by the raw recruits CaJitorla curee Colic, Constipation, ' CaJtorU la so well adapted to children that on his back in all weighed 000 pounds. Sour Stomach, Dlarrhwa, Eructation, we shall try to make it interesting to wants. The fair damsel is 70 years old I recommend It aa auperior to any prescription KUU Worms, gives bWwp, and promote dl- aNo lifted 200 poundi by his soon extinguished it. Tlie fire was causWhitman II. A. Arcmr, M. D., known to me." purchasers from a distance to attend our and as plump as you can find 'em. teeth. Laying out fiat on tho floor, he ed by a defective flue. I Without injurious medication. HI So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N, Y, Macon sent a boy up to the Exposi- strapped a fifty pouud bell to his foot, county court when wishing to purchaso Joe Miuyard, Of Leslie county, preTn CaNTABR Compaht, 77 Murray Street, IC. Y. stock. At the hale of the personal ef- tion who was quite a curiosity himself, and then raiced it up slowly, stopping at sented two checks to the London Bank V. C. Huberts, or., dee'd., torn lie is just ! years old and is the possessOne of the most remarkable Tuesday, amounting to something over intervals. fect of brought $2.05 to $2.20 per barrel. There or of a head that measures ::! inches in feats he did was to tie a twenty pound $1,000. The bank officials decided they is plenty of com on Green rivor, but circumference. No hat could be found bell on the end of a strap, the other end wero forgeries and refused to cash them, in his teeth. Ho then there will bo quite a lot frostbitten. Fat to lit him, as it would take a No. 12 or of which he held around, and when he got and had Minyard arrested. While Slier-it- f cents at said sale. l.'l, and it was partly the youth's errand swung the bell hogs sold at about j, w Moran had him in charge he struck . w f jJ . it high in air he jerked it kick with his -c o H 2 We are especially dry at present in Ca- to this city to have one made. The boy teeth. Whitman, the wonder, was nt ono Moran in the head with a rock and alB S 2.2 sey for water; also for white lightning is unusually bright, but can walk to do time on the New York polico force-Baltir most made a home run for liberty. This "r w ? q xzB'Z? S whisky, as there is not a place in the no good. His body is entirely overAmerican. occurred at the L. k N. depot. Moran county where the latter can bo sold and weighted by his head. CSS fired at him once and Town Marshal xrvK Awv'ieJ 5. 2 ni is not a place in the county but there 2.2 srw Klnic or tlie Oypnlrs. A Another drawiug card at tho (Exposia P!a K r could be sold it handy. Ud what the former as- gypsies of the Americas Dick Harbin twice and he was headed A king of the XP S u "Wo have been hauling water for three tion is the spectacular production of wns out in the woods off by G. W. Colbert and caught near months for drinking and washing pur- King Solomon by Bollossy Kiralfy 'and has been born. aIt tent, Satnrday after- the section-hous? ? 3"J2 2 2 5" "3 trf & Moran received a F. P. Comukst. of Newton, in poses. s-mrlQMS somu 1150 to 100 male and female balleC T3 noon, that ho was ushered into the world, very severe cut just back of the right n 5?s. 2 s dancers. In one ballet 200 beautiful and thus may Massachusetts claim the ear. Minyard says the checks were givs Timothy. -f 0 j girls como to the front and entertain the distinction of being the birthplace of en him by one John Collins and were Timothy crows In the tangle tall gray sloae wall; will bo christened King John audience with as grand a ballet as was him who lietwefn the react and the C S a signed by Al Lewis, and that Collins From Its Ions cren stalks upreacUtnp high s M'i2 2 2 probably ever seen on this continent. ot the gypsies, and proclaimed through- told him to present the checks and colO mU long gicen lingers point to the sky; C lis oT King Theu theydo tJOBkirt dance and dirt out all gypsyhind as successor 2 some turn purple, and some looti tanned And Henry, late ruler over the Romany tribes lect the money and if the bank refused To a ruddy bronu, like a aunburnad hand, Beg ggfag-- . about tho immense stage aa if moved by 6f Bending nnd beckoning, to and fro, the United States, Canada and the to pay them for him to bring them back. As the breeze- runs by through the cloreraloir, magic. It isn't exactly a show for bald South American states. He also says that he did not know that And the redtop ripples, feathery tine. heads exclusively, but quite a tine place Tho royal youngster ho weighed it was the sheriil of Laurel that he hit, And tbodalslns shake and the buttercups shine, to study anatomy. eleven pounds is the 6011 of Tryphena, I only give the report of Minyard's side Stirring whenever the light wind blow. queen of tho Zut tribe of of the case, because ho was thu only one Under the warm sky timothy grows. Probably no town in tho South is nB thirty-fourtHoman umchiels, and of Gypsy Sam, I could see up to tho present writing. goes where the blown grass bows. well supplied with street railway faciliTimothy were Sturdily trudging behind the cows; ties as Atlanta. Her mileage is very whose surname is Bucklaud. They Ills hard llttlo feot are red ami bare. made one in merrie England fourteen However, he is likely to get a ftfw BROS., great and the appointments nre unexAnd his brown face laughs 'ncath his years ago. The mother is a granddaugh- months in jail and several in the "pen." hair. celled. As good as it already is, I am ter of Charlotte, who was tho twenty-sevent- h On au examining trial Minyard waived As blue are h's round eyes, boyish Quick told that there are great improvements queen of tho Zut tribe of tho an examination and was held in $4,000 As tha ripe blue berries he stops to plok; And hit few front teeth are sharp und small, to bo made. Boston capitalists, together Babouo and Asturias provinces in Spain. bond to await the action of the grand Like the chipmunk's ho chats along the wall with a few here, have recently bought Tho youthful king is the fifth child of jury in the forgery cases and 51,000 for whistling and following over the hill, scenery, seats 500. Engagements with And Large stage,, plenty of all of tho lines save one, aud besides the the couple, and his titles comes to him absaultiug tho aherifi. While the cow bolls clink tn the evening sttll. ' In the tangle his namesake grows through hli beiug tho first son born of good attractions solicited. Where $1,100,000 paid for them, they will spend Under the bright sky Timothy goes. Queen Tryphena, after the death of There isnebureb in this city that Helena. Cose, lu St. Nicholas. a million and a half improving and put- King Henry, which occurred in Birmingting in now track. November, 1800. Of was built by proIts accrued from a horse Upon This And This. I.onk ham, England, in I visited tho Mcl'horaon Barracks a the other children, Lena, twelve years bleeding establishment, .tbe organ ia Broke, broke, broke, HOUSE, By tho sad gray sands of the sea lew uaya ago anu pent an nour or so of age, has for a godfather Sir John presided over by the first or second bigIs the man who failed to advertise, Lincoln Circuit Couit. very pleasantly. Tho barracks have re- Sheridan McClxmd, of England; Phoebe, gest base ball official in tlie world, and As ho surely ought to bo. Ilea Richardson's Adinr. ic., I'lff., vs Ilea Rich- cently been built near this place and the born in Providence eight years ago, tbo pastor preached against both SunD. A. TWADDLE, Proprietor. In EqoUy. ardon's Hrs., 4c, Deftt. Flush, flush, flush. Spraguo as her god- day. Louisville Times. All creditors having unpaid cUIms against the work, which is highly complimented, claims At tho Knight, bishop of estate of Ben Hichardson, deed., are hereby notiWe Und tho ludlctoufl advertiser - Alter the races at Nashville Saturwaasuperintended by Mr. Jacobs, abroth-ero- f father; the lato Dr. fied and wuend to appear before the undersigned Up to his neck In glee. Milwaukee, was god father of Samuel, a day a watch belonging to Capt. Co Master Compitsjioner of the Lincoln Circuit Court use the talented Col. K.l Jacobs, of Dan- little tot of three years, and Katie, bIx and prove such claims on or before the 31st day of Ahl well for the merchant man. October, 1891. ville. Fully $1,500,000 waa expended in years old, haa for a godmother Mrs. Er- Myers, of Baltimore, wns sold at auction Wherever he msy be, Hy order of thejl.iacola Circuit Court! in the accommodations at reasonable rstes. tho buildings, grading, land, Ac, and a nest Girard of Middletown, Conn. Bos- for 4,200. It is said to be the finest watch G. M. DAVISON, If ha ptas his faith to printers' Ink above stjled action Open dy and night. Sample room and good live y If Oct. 19, Ot wealth and fame the key. aiMier Mm i u. u. v. ijl, prettier or more interesting place would ton Advertiser- in the country. laoonneeUoa. p4"6" Wlllct F. Cook, la Printers' Ink. n . lrble-yar- d mm mwtSm Stanford Feniale College. Fall Session Tuesday, September ist, j. u ..... N Ml ii . 1 iu ; j g I ; At-w- e l FARRIS & HARDIN, 1 well-kno- i doua-ijuit- j Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, Queens-- Glas- and Tinware. 3ES ELEG OF LAMPS. SALT j - "rTul,. ... I I d three-corner-- ) The Old Reliable Jeweler A. t in the Lead. R. Penny ta' j Watches and Jewelry ld ---- , i'-I- ....., 17J-han- d gym-naMu- m n liMMMFi! Infants and Children. (B t- .J -- 5 more -, C3 e. s :? rvv.4sP'3w s -- 3 rx. . C-3- h wjr Walton's Opera House, 3 WALTON Pis H 4 i tow-whit- s Proprietors, 1 THE SHELT0N XTOTICS. y b ? Normandle-by-theSo- a Rowland, First-clan Kentucky. " h4 a . rT"- - - .. i " - l, t I t Semi-Week- ly Interior journal LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY store-roo- m r The interior of the Over twenty trotters entered the 2:.10 T. Loi,nn is beintf papered and the front lifct in Kentucky in ono day this tuason. Stanford, Ky., Octokek :?(), 1891 painted. Gov. Brown has refused a pardon to il! According to tha asiesaois' reports "?JVJ M. Urann has rentcti the Bradley John H. Hurst, of Jackson county, for thoro are 100.000 hordes in the state of c ' store-rooon Lexington street and will killing Alfred Bad.-- in Sept., 1SS7. Montana. W. F WALTON. '!) indictments for lorgery, On one of to move his stock from the Tho trotting stallion record has bet? n Is Receiving His said place as soon us the insurance is ad- by which W. II. Fursman obtained reduced as follows hincolSTo; Smuggler traveling passenger justed. 5200,000 at Pontiac, III., he got 7 years. 2:ir,J: I'hallas, 2.13J; .Mn.xey Cobb. 2:iaj. V. L. ORent of the Kentucky Central, lias been The adjusters of various insurance At the same rato for the rest, his time Axtell. 2:12; Nelson. 2:101: AUurtuu 2:0Ui lound to be an embezzler. H was book- companies are on hand looking after the' will aggregate L).J years. building association, which losses by the recent tire. Some compro- The pacur. Maggie U, that last m'iisoii Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give uiin a call. Tim town of Newman, Ga., has sufkeeper for a made a record of 2:loJ, has been pur lie robbed of $14,000 or tnor.e The (lis-- j misea have been effected, while other fered t.mo incendiary cotton tire within 21 hours, to the extent of S'iOO.OOO. chased by Monroe Salisbury, the well covery was made by his own father, who cases are undergoing investigation. with tears. in his eyes reported his The militia U on duty, guarding proper- known California breedor. and will prob When the Odd Fellows' lodge-rooably be put to breeding, son to the company. Munson was broken into on the uight of the big ty removed from the threatened buildThe Boston Globe says that the great has been a high roller and many people lire, in order to tight the ll.unes on the ings. stallion Nelson have wondered where he got the money adjoining buildings, in some mysterious Chilian government has declin tcraggy looking was such a miserable, The colt, H. Nelnn he spent so lavishly. He was perfectly manner th goat escaped. All efforts to ed to accept responsibility for the Val- would have sold him that O. for $200. Nelson wild on horse races and a high better on tind him have proven futile. The lodge paraiso affair and has, it is intimated, re has since been offered 100,000 tor the cards, two things that have brought ma- oilers $10,000 for his capture and re- fused the I'nited States demand for repa- great trotter ration-for ny other young men to disgrace and turn. the attack on the sailors of The present trotting season has been and will continue to do so as shame, an exceptional one as regards the num.Sacrifice a few "front feet," ye wor- the Baltimore.' U;ed For "ftp fee 2YtAR? FoR RUciMAttM long as suckers think they are smarter thy capitalists, and come back and build ber of horses that have obtained a record umf Raerf 'Doiiijf r- Another of the Wnr Strnnge Storle. of 2:20 or better. This may bo gathered and are confident up your old home Lancaster. Five storo than the OJr APPLICATION f Jnrf TROUP The suit of Joseph Troop brings out a from the Tact that something liko sevthey know more about cards than the rooms in ashes on the public square is most remarkable story. Thirty-onRKHAR05ti-TAYLr?Mtfls. IPEEDY years enty have beconio eligible. man that made them. Shun both, young not very onumental. We'll be glad to ago Troop was married to .Miss Elizabeth The fastest new 2:00 trotter last year. will find sooner or later get back some of the money that's been Carter in Ohio. Four man, or you weeks after the j wen us was a converted pacer. that you are both a fool and a knave weddiug Joseph went to the front as a Honiestake.mis, j invested in other places, even if we have 2:11$, headed the list la.t soldier. He fought for four years, ami season and Pat Downing. 2:131, ow Men with large fortunes, who wish to to take it out by tho "hind toot." finally was hit by a Confederate It is thought by many that the burn- and was left for dead on the field. bullet ahead. Both paced naturally, and the have a part at least of their money deNews fastest pacor is a converted trotter voted to public and charitable purposes, ing of the Opera House was not so great of his bupposed death reached his Ohio Direct. 2:00. ought to see that it is lixrd before they a misfortune after all. It was not con- home. Mambriuo Boy, 2:20$, has tired the Nevertheless, he recovered after sevshuttle otl'this mortal coil, else it is it sidered safe ou account of the danger of eral months' suffering- in a honital. and uains or two btallions that have been chances to 10 that it will never be done. the walls of the second story spreading in, ISM he returned to Ohio to claim his crowned king. In addition to hiring the Samuel J. Tilden, the greatest statesman and letting the roof fall in. A number bride. But she had left and could not dam or Allerton, 2:10, and Axtell, 2:12 of his day, and a lawyer of great ability, of our citizens were afraid to go to an en- be found. He hunted for her for months he lias also sired the dam of New York left a will bequeathing much of his large tertainment in the hall and the stock and years, and finally heard that she was Central. 2:18, and Birchwood (2 years), estate to a free library in New York. The paid nothing to those who contributed dead. Meanwhile he had met another pacer, 2:1S. Tho length to which suiwrstition carwas too great to the building. The town was the prin charming- young lady and the two were cupidity of his years ries some bettors on racing events Is to permit his wishes to be carried out cipal stockholder. A movement is on filially married. For twenty-thre- e and they brought suit to annul the will. foot to rebuild on all the lots and n City tliey nave lived together, and in addition shown daily at the tracks. Not only ClotJUwJ, will many refuse to ' The lower court decided in their favor Hall on the site of the burnt building's to accumulating a handsome fortune bered "HI." but if a back a horso numthey have bten hlco-- with bookmaker registers sons and now the court of last resort has af- on the public sminre. A large amount and daughters, one them a bet V.l to 10 or 13 to ft they will now of age. firmed that decision and the six or eight of stock has been subscribed for this A week njfu, while at the state reunion request him to alter tho ticket at re- Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine No. 9. millions will be divided among them. If purpose by responsible parties. of soldiers ht Grand Maud, Troop was duced odds. "" Agent for Hrodhend l'lour. Air. Tilden couldn't make a will that Mrs. 1). M. Lackey is expected home introduced to a widow by tho smiio NOVELTIES IN METALS. name. A few minutes' conversation reHighest market price paid for Feathers and Kggs. wouiu stand tne lust ot ttie courts, it is from a mouth's visit to her ueeless for the rest of us millionaires to son in Kansas City. Dr. Walter and vealed the fact that tln gray haired lndy Oxidized silver is tho prevailing lliti-- h was his bride of over thirty years ago. try. wife, of Winchester, are visiting in town. The old Mddier was dumfouuded, and for statuettes and other metal parlor orJrixiK Monioht, notwithstanding Col. Will Dunlap is in town. Messrs. John hurried to ids Lincoln home to bear the naments Walter Evans line argument, knocked Hide, Walter Grennan and Jess Hout, of tidings to the mother of his children. Suitable for a mantel ornament is n W II IIKifilVs his suit to prevent the printing and pro- Hufitouville, were here Sunday, Miss Ho aured her that nothing but dentil small bronze figure of Columbus toateil II J MRojiKins mulgation of the new constitution, out Lillard, of Lawrencebjrg, is visiting her could part her from him, and tent word on n capstan aud holding in one hand u to at every round, sustaining the attorney brother, E. W. Lillard. Mrs. Blanche to his long lost wife that ho wonld have chart. The other hand rests negligently sue for a divorce from her. Cor. St. against an anchor at his side. Sweeney has gone to the city for a new general's three demurrers and holding Louis Kepublic. Utility and attractiveness are comstock of millinery goods. Miss Gertrude that the parties have no right to sue, bined in an oenwork bronze gilt jarHoward and Mr. John Wells, Miss Lou such rights only being vested in thu Snwil from Siilolilf ly III Dug. diniere of recent make. If desired, tho : rp:. - .1 i Our Stock of-vj. i power of the. people, who alone can ,oc L'UUI1 "iiu 'ir. u. r Diei'BL-- , .11r:.S3An intelligent iet dog owned by Louis inner cup or the ornament can he reannul the instrument by convention or Bessie Iteid and Mr. J. D. Wearen, Miss Schmidt, of Camden, has prevented him moved and tho vase used for a lamp. other revolutionary means. The con- Sue Baughman and Mr. Al Severance, of from committing suicide. The exonLMto face of Parisian belle Schmidt is just recovering from a s stitution is not the one adopted by the Stanford, paid a Hying visit to our town attack of typhoid fever, which left of the Seventeenth cmf.iry. hand juint-e- d Sam Joseph was here this overwhelming majority of lUS.OOO, as Sunday. on miffed mill, '.willed silk nnd Is now almost complete him very nervous and subject to tits of and vc will bcablc to show to the people of framed in gilt bronze of fanciful design, 283 changes were made after the elec- week. George Hardin ia here seeing af- melancholia. He was seized with one of forms a small screen that will bo Lincoln county as complete a stock--, we think, tion, but the confidence expressed in ter the loses on his property bv the (fire. these spells Monday night, and while his asJJJias ever bem been this falL offered for their inspection in wife was asleep he stole to the kitchen. the delegates by that majority and the Bronze covered with ivory tinted enHere ho procured a rope and making general understanding that some changMT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. a noose tied one end to an iron hook in amel is very lHipular this sea&ou. A cires were necessary, will prevent any The court of claims was in session the wall. Then procuring a chair ho cular mirror framed in the center of the judge from declaring against the constiadjusted the rope, and kicking away tho coil formed by a hunter's horn of this this week. tution hb a whole, at least. A child of Ben Nicely, Skaggs Creek, chair swung hinelf off, as he thought, material is one of tho most attractive into eternity. But, unknown toSchuiidt, designs shown. Great pressure has been brought to has diphtheria. his faithful dog had Banquet lamps bear on Gov. Brown to pardon Hume John Cotlee, near laugford, ra.sed instinctively knowing followed him. and duced hi designs continue to be prosomething was that reflect much credit Clay, the aristocratic young forger, but, a pumpkin this season on his farm that wrong the intelligent animal went back-t- on the artist-- of this country. One of weighed 10t pounds. to his credit be it said, he has not yieldthe bedroom whining pitifully. Filial- the latest, entitled " Revelry, " has a ly he awoke Mrs. A hop at Daniel Hoberts' was enjoyed to it. On the contrary, he endorsed by tugging at square bae. at the corners of which are the petition with the following words, ed by the young folks on Wednesday tho bed clothing and rubbing his cold cherubs gayly sporting with goblets and noie in her face, and she followed tho drinking vessels. Jewelers Circular. which show that high-brerascals may night. A new turn-tabexpect no leniency at his hands: "I is to be put up at dog down stairs as soon as .she mis-e-d An ieel the most sincere respect for the gen- Livingston and the depot will be moved her sAT lj finely Improved,e.cllrnt Frm There she found him hanging from FOR OrY Li UorKK'N"!' I On Hoys' HatN, 105 iicrti, on erous sentiments of sympathy on behalf down to the "yard." the hook. She managed to cut him pike, j miles Irom depot. Mil rn ti Ovk iry of this man, his wife and relatives, inov-i- g C. C Woodall has traded his house down in time to save his life. PhiladelAnd Gents' Furnishing Goods. We are still sole agents for those who request his pardon, but I aud lot in this place to James Taylor, of phia Times. the old reliable waterproof 11 UKLL" HOOTS. fail to find any palliating circumstances Level Green, and will shortly move to She Hail No Tni.l In lliuika. in the case. The safety of society justly that place. Over $7,000 in greenbacks ha.s been demands more from one of ClayH life At the shootiiiL' match Saturday Un- - found hidden among a lot of rubbish in We mil deliver ice each nomine follow: environments than from one whose cle Walk Newcomb, the oldest man in the trunk of an eccentric widow, wlm keritage was poverty and ignorance. I the crowd, carried off the biggest por-d- o spent her muniner in a cottage near Under. 50 Pounds IA cents, over 50 and under 100" 1 cent, over Stonington, Cnn., and who died renot regard the prisoner as deserving tion of the hog. 100 ifs of a cent. ' cently. Always on leaving Stonington executive clemency. The application is -S- ome one rode Dr. Brown's horse a at the end of the season she left tha refused. few nights ago and returned it to the trunk with M. F. & CO., a friend, telling him that it 8Uble with a bu,Iet hole through one contained nothing of account, Jok Bi.ackhl-r.nhas been working his but that Jamefl McFerran has she didn t care to have burglars rumagain in the futile eflort to prove fli(le of itfl h53'1jaw Ky. that Cleveland is not the most available been Kranted a increase of pension, maging through it, which would bo tho IMPROVED. case if she were to allow it to remain in candidate for the presidency. These pe- - 0t,,Pr pensioners here have been to her cottage. Way. $2.50 utterances from him and Little i (,on t0 be oxamined with a view to an After her last visit the trunk was Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-HousPhil Thompson are becoming disgusting increase. e stowed away in the garret of the friend, The iiixlcniglird, as Administrator if Mri. Mr. II. K. Hubbard, of Greensburg, and lie thought nothing to every one who knows the animus' LOUISVILLK, KY. I.irmkU Mjern, ilcceatnl, will ell to the hUhcl more of it until governing their opinions. The one was wa8 "ere several days thiH week. Mr.T. some time after her death. His mind bidder at public, outcry un the prriuUrt fourmllei eait of D.invillt-- on the Stanford pile, on " snubbed, the other failed to get an ollice T- - Wallace, who has been in Garrard for then happened to run ou the old Imix A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. 1891, he was perhaps not capable of filliugund 8nmH months, is again with friends. Mrs. and he opened it, finding the money. It 4, is hiipixi-ethat she accumulated it At 10 o'cloil a. in, the personal property owned now they had rather see a republican J. v. .Met largue anu ttaugnter were from allowances made her every now li) the decedent it the of Iter death, cuumt to the presidency than Grover! '''"g the famllv of Dr. Davis at this place Kitchen Furniture. Farming nnd then by relatives. Philadelphia ing of llmuelioM jml of Implement! i Miickt week. Uev. J. Carmical is Ledger. Cleveland, who will increase in the love lurinr the Ilav. i Acre of Lorn in Hull, 8 d d phe field, sCow,, i jof the people the more enemies he makes prospecting in Madison county, with a .ncrii aim iictirTft, i hock rnK, j yearuus i.u WoniluiTiil Pit". tie, aiiood work lr.rse, i Drill, i Montr, a 'tiger view of locating there. A little child of of that kind. Joseph Stevens, an Oxford farmer, has Hay Hake. Ilnw, Vj(,'un anil l'lw lljrnen The above is a cut of Dicks PatJohn Sparks," at Wildie, was seriously 'I emit liberal anil .Innnunced on day of !e a mow and four well grown Senator Quay's letter to a Covington, injured by falling from a fence. S. I. COOK The run in an orchard where pigs, which ent Feed Cutter, the best cutter I) MYKKS. F Ky., republican, in which he says, "I am f6 td Ailmlnxtratrrn, children of Willis Adams have recover- the trees are quite low andthe limbs of for all purposes on the market. laden with not able to give positive assurance that ed from an attack of what appeared to apples, the old sow springs up and Mr. Blaine will he a candidate, but un- be diphtheria. Call and examine. I also have Miss Leitha Cook, a litcatches a limb and shakes it, thus bringbelief is that he will, aud you had bet- tle MRS. FRHHK N&THEEIS. the Richmond beauty, is visiting the ing down the apples, which she and her ter prepare to act upon that line," has Misses Joplin here. Mr. Mingo Cooper, family quickly devour. After getting in V MBPURCHASINO AOENT,TTi created somewhat of a sensation, but it of Line Creek, was in townMonday. J. this way all she can reach, one pig r : : : will be Bhort lived. Col. Bradley has W. Miller, of Lancaster, was here Tuef-d- ay climbs on tho mother's back aud reaches a higher limb, promised Kentucky to Harrison and he looking after his orchard and fruit. ously, bringing which she shakes vigor- USH7 lMyinoiitli I'l.icenr 554,, Weulworth Ave. And the down a fresh supply of always tills his contracts. CommW'.ion c per tent Mr. James Cook, of Quarry, has returnKemit hy Worce-te- r fruit. Gazette. Order, I'oUI Ni.tu, New York Kxchange or by Opportunities lor haraiii r.Mre all line GoV. Jamks IL MiCitEAUY is assisting ed from Hopkinsville, with more men ol coodi tinsurpjtted VmIiimIiIp Dirt. ojjm Capt. J. W. Carter, the in the Ohio campaign and doing yeoman for his work. Tlie streets service, as usual. At Findlay the other veteran conductor, was on yesterdavV exactly paved of Helena, Mon., are not Car of Kanawha Salt just received. with gold, nor can one mi yuur piace, was pick up night an immense torchlight procession lucttia Jr. fiutiicr, a livelihood in nuggets from the escorted him to the stand, where 3,000 here this week. Deputy Jailer Hardin, roadway, but cellar digging is apt to unW'l- ittcr to the tuiLhc a I.Uerv Sl.i. i are running with mir people had assembled to hear him, He of London, was here this week hunting cover enough gold to pay for the labor, hie which w Confectionery in connection are very (irortry and Our term devoted most of hia speech to the tarill', for one of his men, who had escaped and .oiiietiuies quite a part of the cost rraMiualdi- and our turnout are all new and tu good hape PKTRKV. J. V. CAKRIF.R with telling effect, as a large part of his from his hospitable house. Mr. J. p. of the house. In digging tho founda in Rowland, Ky Haley and little son, of Somerset, were tions of a business block there the interaudience were workingmeu. t witl, no tl.Io u'uuL' ill lln...- - l ested parties are taking out $ 100 per day Mr K. Polk Johnson object to his Parksville, is setting typo in the .Signal in pay dirt, and do not seem to think it Cou a very newspaper friends turning their atten- ollice. Mr. Ike Dooley and family,with Traii.s-ript- . remarkablo find either. Boston "MODEL GROCERY" tion to legal ijuestions. We beg his par- Mr. J. Powley, who went to Texas one don and hope he will be permitted to yearasro, arrived here a few days since, l Olijeutluii. all he wants, tho' having been absent one year to a day: use his railroad "I notice by the papers," mid McCor-kl- e WAKES CHILD BIRTH EASY. to a chance acquaintance in the we must stick to it that the attorney they were sick of their move. No rain general's opinion annuls the free pass hail fallen in their locality for nearly r street car, "that one man has saved fourColvln, La., Deo. 2, 1886. My wife used teen lives this past summer in the surf MOTHER'S FRIEND boforo her thlrjl clause of the constitution, if sustained. months and they came to the wise con- - at Atlantic City." Cheese, confinement, and says aho would sot be elusion to return to the mountains, from "Yes, and it does seem as if jieople without It for hundreds ot dollars. K. K. McKay, of Bardstown, who has SOCK M,lIiIaS. considerable prominence as a lawyer, is whence they came. Mr. Harry C. Web- - ought to mind their own business." "Are you alluding to me'?" being tried in Louisville on a motion to er writes of his continued success in Sent by express on receipt of price, f 1.50 per bot of his client's North Carolina as a commercial traveler. Lamps, Glass- - and Oueensware, Tin- - and Woodemvare, Fruit Jars, "No, to the life savors. You see, I am tie. liook " To Mothers " mailed free. dinbar. He kept J Mr. an undertaker." Now York Epoch. BltAOriELD REGULATOR CO., money and refuses to turn it over. Bartlott, ono of tho locating engin- Jelly Glasses, &c. ATLANTA, SA. ran lt iibuoit. r eers, when this portion of the railroad was being extended from Crab Orchard, of II. passed up to Middiesboro Wednesday, UJf'F TOPICS. -- M.UPLEY,-- court-hous- iii4ttoi viiiri ili ": 1SS8 4 WH t Mi-nco- Fall and Winter Goods IGHTNING din-grac- JNIMENT Tr'" r, FOR MAN OR BEAST book-maker- s e fB7v k?V(Ao JUST RECEIVED. -- FULL ST06KKENERALMBR6HANDISS heirs-at-la- Staple Dry Goods, Dress Goods and Ladies' Jackets; Shoes, Boots, Hals and Caps, Jfardivare and Quecnstvara. Men's and Boys' d W. E. PERKINS, CraKOrchard. MEW GOODS. -- ! 1 peri-on- FALL AND WINTER GOODS. Men's and Boys' Suitsjand Overcoats, Men'! and o s d le lm-b.i- Men's and Boys' Fine and Heavy Boots and Shoes, Misses and Children's School Shoes Neckwear, i ICE, ICE ELKIN Stanford, I I M'ROBERTSI&rHIGGXNTS. I , I THE WIJLILARB, Rates - - THOROUGHLY IIENOVATED.UND Lon-riodic- Public Sale. Per Wednesday, Nov. c L"' vis-elect- d -j ear-ol- v- car-ol- . Dicks Patent Feed Cutter Chicago,": Illinois. Pon-Olli111 Studebaker Wagon OLIVER FLOW, with Genuine Extras New liivory Stable. firt-i.laA. nj-- J. IB. FOSTER, "Mothers Friend" Go to A. A. WARREN'S Meats, rroft-miluiiit- pn-s- es For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Bichles, Breserues and Jains; Dried Apples, Peaches and B runes, Rice, 0 j ifr, n 1' "4 j ' w afTr v7- - iMr rr-7-r- "iBff - wjs-n.f- - ji y.v - ytoy-- y n ;fritfp?ftSOf"' g -- -y;' n? TtHMrT'' wgr- - -s- -? '. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal Kv O'Toiiuk HO, D.utnF.i. of honio-mad- o eorgbum just Btakori, . Fink assortment of souvenir spoons 1S01 just received m W. 15. Mcltoberta'. - received at J. E. Novius. Married, on the 20th, Henry II. Starner and Miss Annio Spcijjol, both of tho Kingxvule neiKiiiiorlioou. " s We : Will From our burned Store in Louisville and have open by .'i" DEATH'sloiNGsT B.CWAUTON, MEANS bus. ManoRer BUSINESS. farm Iiand; intiet come well rueonuiiendcd. J. K. Iruce. Wanted A cood j I Kok Hunt. A cottnL'e on Whit- Icy avenue, 3 rooms nnd hall. C. ('. nv Found. A eharm with "Oraiidmoth. l'enny'R. one at Yoiuaciount ifl now ready. 1 loasu er, ISI'J" on it. (Kviht can jet it by and si'ttlf. A. It. renny. pay nn tlndur. IlAVKyour wnti'li, flock and JotvHrv Penny'. All work Two IlfNiiiiED jwtra of men's sample ri'jmind at A. It. varrantod. IUmkmiibb tliatall uilvurwnM'. watchej, bootfl. full stock, box toe, only iM rinKs, Ac, bought at A. H. 1'enny will worth $! 50. J. S. Jones, Ciwh I'urKain of f bare. b ciiRrnvt'! ( Store. A. K. PERSONAL POINTS. Km.hwivo beautifully and artlstlrally Wither. i I tiie opKsition is not disposed to let the traded school tax nt Mn..S. K. hwKBV, of Unllatin, Tenn., Crab Orchard stand. Miller it Owsley is on a visit to his parents. have been employed to resist it and they Missus Mahoii: and Linda Owulkv say they have a dozen grounds, nil of went to Iuisvillu Wednesday. them jrood, on which to make the tlfiht. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. we Mb. Mikk tiri.Ni.is tulls us that his of brother, Jack ijuinlin, is very ill at figured that Sunol going at a Wasted, At Onik. Fivo hundred Ills bushels of tiickorynuts at "" cents per 2:0S gait covered 4 feet every eec- t, bushel. Kl'KS-- 0 cents per dozen. Comn oud. Missus Sn'.Mir ami Maud of Uruli Orchard, are nuests of Mita nnd et your groceries. FokSale. 2o head of jacic stocic Coffee 'J cents, Alice Miiurt. suar, granulated, 'JO pounds for $1, 7 ready for service. J. K. Haughnian, Mih Lizik Davison has returned cakes of laundry soap !J5 cents. Joe S. Hustonville. The Georgetown Times reports sales from a visit to her sister, Mrs. J. 0. Flor- Jones, opposite Portman House. to goods of 20 yearling mules to a Pennsylvania ence, at Cumberland Cap. possession of 8ome In the suit for the Mil. Thomas Mktcau- was over yesterparty at S70. day to movu bin furniture to his farm old church books at London, between Mis. Wm. CassiusGoodloe sold Fom EO-G-- S the Hardshell and Missionary Uaptists, so, tho winner of the Kentucky Derby near Wilmore, in Jessamine county. in court and in in lhSO. for $10,000. Ms. K. K. Tompkins, who has been the books were produced W. 0. P.radley for somo time, hokinc over them Col. J. K. Bruce got bio and 41 for the with Mrs. .Steele Itailev 18(is; "Sister of hogs he took to Cinto Columbus, Cia., Wednes found tbislentry, inadu in returned three Polly Phelps was this day turned out of cinnati for Dr. Owsley. day. she. had a 'legitimate' Mu. and Miw. W. M. O'Kiivan, of church because A. T. Nunnelley bought of David child and jinedthe Campbellite church." Pepples 00 hogs at , of Lewis Dudderar W. It. JututlonCity, are at .Mrs. A. T'llRANSKV. Mr. O'H. is here ivs a witness in pBLi-owho si;ned Ids name l'i at uj and of S. H. Shanks a lot at :). Main Street, Stanford, Ky, MANES A Palo Alto trotted a mile in 'J: 10 at court. "Charles A. Hollie, !! and OriFiftliaven-'- , Dii. nd Mu". T. M. Uww and Mii-Hwkton, Cab, beating mB record, and Cliicat'o, and PJ7 Vino street, 8 Catle Lyon cameup toscc us print laht worked several of our physi- will next week attempt to beat Allerbvt'iiini;. cians by oilering them medical journals AND A. T. Nunnelley reports the CincinItK. A. . Cook, of Monticello, is visit- at reduced prices and ejvin;: a certificate L. H. Cook, and oth- of annual membership in the St. Louis nati cattle market exceedingly dull. He ing his brother, Dr. e j to r. for the 2 car loads er friends. Library Association, which would enti only got d over Monday. It en. J. M. Hllfl B, of OUskow, jws-cUpright and I lorizontal. tle the holder to jret all kinds of period- took A cow at Goshen, Ind., belonging to tliroiib to Williamsburg yesterday to icals and books at than publisher' and Portable. All Stationary, 11 attend tiie IkiptUt tieneral Association. prices. Heolfl2. out of Dr. 11. C. J. A. Mengis has given birth to calves power. sizes up to Mns. J. T. Lynn and Miss Nettie Wrsy Nuiinelley and the saiyo out of oter of in three years, twins three times and Uncqnaled in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and came up from Ixmittvlllu yesterday to see our doctors, who, becomini; suspicious, uiiadritplets. The latter are all healthy Durability. their father, Mr. J. M. Wray, who is wrototo the Medieal ltocord nnd were ami weighed io pounds each at birth. Write for Krre IHiitr.ilctl I'amplets ami your wanM 10 Direct, '.0d, now carries The pacer iinub worse. informed that they hail no ne,ent and & CO., A mom. tho visiting lawyers hero are. never heard of Hollie. Tim swindhr is the least weight of any harness performand Messrs. described as a chunky fellow, about .' er before the public. His front shoes Sl'KINOFIhl D, OHIO. Judelt.J. Hreckinridne NEW OKK CITY. Kobert HimlliiK, J- lurt Itothwell and feet il inches tall, with red hsir and weigh but three ounces each. They are mere strips of steel and only laBt during O. II. Wuddle. NKW ADVERTISEMENT. moustache. His kind of a racket has .Mm. W.J. Wahd, of Somerset, stop been worked and exposed so often that one race. The Cincinnati cattle market is very ped over with her sister, MrH. S. !. it is a wonder anybody is caucht by it. POSTED. went on to much demoralized. Best shippers are locker, wliilo her husband . . forewarru hunter!., ltev.J. M. Hollini: also Ciiutit Conn-- Tho grand jury ad- quoted at Ij and from that tho prices 1 ln notice trepv on our lands fishermen anil the without to AKTJD ii journed Tuesday, after being in session run away down to 1J; hogs aro also off, other not all niuh will te protecited to the a went. extent f the law Slimed: are dull Mil and Mns. Ci. C. Kkixkh, Jil, went seven days and leturtiingSDindictmentB. with beat shippers at 1.40; sheep C. M.Sl'OOVAMOORE. E. IIRUCE. f With the exception of Saunders for mur,r at to U. down to Harrodsburj; to attend tho THOMAS C. HAM.. Keller, der, Martin Urown, Henry and Joe NorThe sale of the late T. M. Lillard of their sister, Miss Laura to Mr. Sam McDowell, which occurred ton for burning a residence belonging to was largely attended ami fair prices were FARM W. C. Lewis and two for malicious ri.iliiil. The farm of 4o0 acres was Wednesday. who married I hereby warn every pern.n from hunting on or wounding, the indictment were all for bought by F G ltobinson, Dk. J. F Pkvton returned from in through my farm or the (arm KallV and the pasMME at the McCarty farm now belonging to me. s minor oilenses, mostly for carrying con- - two of the daughters, at fftj.01 yestenlay, where ho has been known 120 acres, Eery pernon patting through ulil larmi without in Rockcastle, river. He brought cea!edveapons. The jury cost the State knob land near Junction City, permiiMon will be protecuted O. M CKEIOIITON. says he SUVS. Jout f 100 less than last term. Cic- - by Henry Gentry. Twenty shares in the t,r,m salmon ami home a I ami ) ei o Singleton, who shot Dutch Good), Boyle National Bank were knocked down caught a number that webbed executed his reduced bail bond of $500 to Divid Logan at flUj.ooa share; K5 catpounds each. Good Mk..S W PAimisand family passed , and was released. George Welch, for tle brought 2 cents. to 1,"00 cattle on There were 1,200 through to CierinantovMi, O., Weilnes-day- shooting Henry ltoss, another negro, Quick Rising Buck Wheat the was acquitted, the jury behoving that, the Winchester market Monday. The where Mr. Parris has Konts Into Flour, Maple Syrup, Rolled Oats, according to best feeders, running in weight from harness business. Many frieuds here notwithstanding Kosh was, Cracked Wheat, Imported Mac- And to do all kinds to 1.200 pounds, sold readily at :); JEWELRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r will wish Dr. Kates, the worst bIioi man ho ever and elsewhere in Kentucky, aroni, Cream Cheese, Strawberdeserved what he feeders, 1,000 to 1,100 pounds, tt; light mw to get well, he of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. them success in the Huckeyo .State. ry, Pine Apple, Quince and Raspgot. c ittle UJ to :; common, rough cattle in berry Preserves in bulk, Lemon Contrary to predictions, the counsel no demand and but few sales made. firt nnrrant Jeiiv in DuiK. eacn Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, CITY AND VICINITY. day and night. .for Marshal W. T. Saunders announced About half of the offerings sold. The and Apple Butter, Pickles, plain, New Clumber Seta, Dinner and Tea "ready" when his case for the murder of bottom must have dropped out of the sweet and mixed in bulk, Pickled Judge A. M. Kgbert was called Tuesday. mule market. A number of mules were Onions, Pickled Olives, Celery Sets just received ht A. A. Warren's. The ellorl to secure a jury was at once sold at prices ranging from $23 to :W.r0. Dressing, Mustard Dressing, GraOnk HrNDitKD boys' school suits, I to bigun aml;but two could be obtained Democrat. ted Horse Radish, New Prunes, years, at 51 each, at the. Cash Haritain out of the regular panel and NEWSY NOTES. Figs, Raisins, California Apricots More Joe S.Jones. s. The sheriff watt ordered to sumHeadquarters For and Peaches. Cranberries, StanThe negro, I.ee (.Jreeu, who inunler-- dard Canned Fruits and Vegetarush. Come early in the mon 10 men to appear Wednesday and AoiDthe from the I a family near (Jueen City, Texas, was bles of all kinds, Corned Beef, inorniliK. JoS. Jones, Cash Bargain ttiese were mostly brought West Knd. Nearly all of them had form- captured ami burned alive. Deviled Ham, Chicken, Turkey, Store. Tho KvaiiBville street car stables &c, Fancy and Plain Candies, ed and expressed an opinion and were Green Jkshk Vkbbs commences Imslness by excused. Another batch was brought burned, causing a loss of SoO.OOO. .Seve- Cakes, Nuts, California Head Hand no and io in from Lillard's salo ami other points nty-live were burned to death. in great Vamules takiiiRanad. Fruits, Bananas, all and by the end of tiie second day nine tiie ymun! niana chance. The court of appeals hasatllrmedthe riety, Fresh and Nice, nothing men, to whom neither side made objec- death sentence of William Puckett, who but the Very Best. "Little Tin u" at ti Opera House tion, had been secured. Twenty more killed Henry Hall in Kstill county. D. Don't fail to see it. Miss Tobe Puckett are jointly were or tered summoned to appear yesOpposite Portman iiouse. 69 ltobbina can't bo heal and she has a terday morning,) Saunders is apparentforlthe murder. nood company. ly in a wretched physical condition. His ShenirColson and posse have capnow on, until the eyes and face area bright yellow fiom tured Klein, Hill, Columbus, Cyrus, Jack All Koodsj?o from accused of entire stock is closed, at cost. Tho room tho jautidice,;he is alllicted with boils and Itobert Partin, who aro No one can the murder of John Partin about 10 days must be vacated. Joo S. Jones, Cash and otherwise in bad shape. Lincoln Circuit Court look ut him.and not feel a sympathy and ago, nnd lodged them in jail at Piueville. I'UUUtK v Cbter ColTey, Harbin Store. alc m Kuulty his counsel were wise in trying the case They are a very tough set. Ac, Go to Joe S. .bines' and get some of now. lie has nothing to lose, at any The X. Y. Central has put on a train llv irtue of a Judgment nmlereil in the boe cne those bargains in dry jjoods, clothing rate, since he was, in jail unable to give to Hntl'alo which is the fasted in tho U. Mjli-- l on at lh. October term, i8oi,ofanl court, I ill . I ami shoes. The entire stock the $d,000 bailftixed by the county judge. S. The distance is Ml miles and theruu .N.boots llealerln. Nov. 9U1, 1891, must j:oat once. Opposite tho Portmau Tho Commonwealth is assisted by .Mess- is made in 8 hours and 10 minutes, a House. rs. It. U. Warren, J. 1$. Paxton uud W. average of .VJ1 miles an hour, including HciiiK tiie it l.iy .f the November term, 1P91, befoie the ..ourt ""IPC Lincoln county IS. Hansford, while Saunders bus en- stoppages. The lirst train Monday made of the .loor in Stanford.court, .sell o clock p m or CLOCKS Kv -- t AHS JEWELS!. W&TCBES, home "Litti.kThi.ue is one of the really IJ minutes late. iher.aUmt. at public auction to the highest bid his case to.Miller & Owsley, Col. the trip ami got in only following if .cubed property, to- - it jood musical farce comedies and May trustedHradley. der the county, Font F. Uobbitt ami J. W. O. The explosion of a boiler in tiie out M iSMn "L Ti31r"V A Tract of Land, situated in Lincoln ..f Smith Itobbins one of the bestsoubrettes Hesinmiis In Light Company set andboundtd thu.llmtoimlle turnpike, centre opposite Ixmisville Klectric Tr HBTRepairing neatly and prompt nd to witness-Det- roit Mort Itothwell. the Stantonl it has been our pleasure The remaining three were secured by the house atire and the llames spread or where a Line intersect, .aid pilce; thence withJ ly done. At Walton's Opera Tribune. ane " lD ?"'"':'.. 10 o'clock yesterday and the jury comJO .,i with great rapidity. The storeri occu- untroof Pole., thence West 4t this, Friday niht. House 'o link., theiae 5'i "C.V." '"!" 'Z- . plete is us follows: Tilford Messer, J. P. pied by Kaufman, Straus vfc Co., Ji We.t w polrx 'O itiiK, "" "J" mcMur-.- .. months MeDougald, Henry Parker, Kugeno Kel-le- Fourth avenue, were entirely destroyed, 60 " 1 1 will take old gold or silver in exchange lor goods. (Stanford, Ky.) links, tneiiii'ieavmi; It has been more than two po'le. u link. f. a .tone. Liberty (ireen' crnrr has fallen tock of goods. The hence hi. line. N fil W. 75, pole, to apoinliii W. A. Colley, Win. Aiken, John with an immense since a rain of consenuence feet North of .limbic Ifnn thai J. N.MENEFKK N 7'j and everything is as dry as powder. Phillips, J. F. Walls, Wm. Uurk, U. A. building occupied by J. V. Kscott it .un.Uoi. branch richtbank of l.r.inch, theiuecorner la A. C.S1NS badly damaged and the line ,0 pole, to :i bran.h at a ater sap. all of the cisterns ure out. a num- Peyton, T. W. Hutchiusou, W. II. .Sons was Nearly ,16 and other., thence me of Cecil b. 78 Wconstock almost entiiely ruined, with tho iH.lei 16 link, to a. tone, hi. corner, athenco corn-e- -r ber of wells and Bprinjra have none dry poW to .tone K. Tho examination of witnesses began exception of pictures and other works of inuine his line S b hi 76 line N H h. 41 pol and water is in demaVul. The matter is to Kennedy, thence Polytechnic build-;nu ith ume S ,i , h M H' link., about 11 a. m. ami the Commonwealth art in the wings. The i;ettiiiK piettyMMJous. to the The best selected stock and lowest prices in central JvcntucKy. centre of ..ml pike, thence with wild pike was expected to close in chief last even was also damaged and some of tho bcKiiiiniiK; ""'I containing S. Marshal Float Lojwn -r. VnuKarKD.ing, lno testimony ior me ueiense ami valuable picturesinthe Art Uallery were SASH, arRoods 7 Poles LUMBER, and Deputy Collector C. M. ltandall will occupy all df seriously damaged. The liijou Theatre I02 Acres 2 DOORS, a man named the speaking hcuij the tame land conveyed to Mary rested tieorge Wil?on and is not looked for till to- was slightly damaged. The loss of Kauf- OfLaud.by 1'eiice. except a .uM portion or ame Springs, in the Host and a verdict C. Ilutt BLINDS, SHINGLES, Million, near Mixed to by morrow, if, peradventuie, one will he man, Straus A: Co. is estimated at over fold and conveyed north.aid Iluttthe Stanford and and .Uleof night, on a charge of HeVwhollyon the Yerandah and Stairwork at city prices. Knd, Wednesday ..i UHUJ.i. found. Uoth tho widow of the murder::00,000, partly covoied by insurance. J. l'lIOnIIIC ......I They had taken possess-ioomlortable cottaco hou.e moonshlning. Said land ha. a (food. ed man and the wife of his slayer, to- V. Kscott & Sons lost about S'.O.OOO, and other improvement therein; and I. Urinlnc of a house belonging to Mrs. Adams, gether with a number of other ladies, about a miles For awhile tho Cornier-Journ- land It is a desirable farm and ipike. fully insured. We carry a full stock of everything found in a of Dripping Springs, without her from Huston llle on the bunlord redit of 6 and i seats within the bar and the and other buildings were threatSaid ale will be made on a eveculi'boiid with living high ou tho occupy and had been building is kopt pretty well iilled with ened. The aggregate loss of property is months, iiurcluser required to personal security, having the forcuand neighbors' produce. All maimer of thefts people. The testimony ia about the $100,000. W. 11. e feet of a juditment, retalmnit alien .ipou the estimated to bo about Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract are charged to them and they are said same as adduced at the examining trial, Adams, the fireman of tho Klectric Light land until all of the purchase money it paid and SINK & MKNEFKE, Stanford, Ky. 6 "" dc r or building. "Si1" to bo wanted in Jackson county for which we published in full. Co., was fatally injured. offenses. 18-Ki-. It seems that Judge Alfred T. Pope, of Louisville, died Momliiy. Mrs. Maitha Uurdett, wife o! I)r. I. S. Harriett, of lirodhead. died Tuesday evening of conirestion of the brain, nped V.. Her maiden name wns Fisher ami .. .1.1 Ulaliur nt t... . . .u..i.., ui Sue WiUi u .!... uuui;iiu:i ..I i Kansas City. She was a member of the Christian church and a splendid woman in every respect. Klder Klihu Wells, father of Squire Larkin K. Wells, died in Clay county on the ll)t!i, of paralysis, aged 7.5. Ho was born in Virginia and moved to this State For 150 years he had been a in in the Christian church and preacher Ho was did great good in his section the father of II children, 10 of whom are living. iu Cargo of Damaged ClothinG And other goods which will dispose at Li-i.- a Pet-tu- S-- ... UNHEARD OF PRICES. Now is your chance get only slightly injured at your own price. - JL.2&JD Bought at the highest market mice. FEATHERS car-load- s Dil-llon- 's. THE LOUISVILLE STORE Prnnriofnr. ot:i jam urj u: ex: m STEEL BOILERS, Serai-Portable 26-hor- ANP GABRIEL, Managers. s Cin-finnat- i," 1 1 n THE JAMES LF.FFEL - 1 W. B. IVlcROBERTS, Supplies, awK-iatioii- Itill-c- mar-nK- 12 I JEWELER, DRUGGIST Complete Line of School Books, School POSTED. Dil-lio- n fish-in- 1 Everything Fancy Stationery and Tadlets. Newest Styles The Best and Purest White Lead and Oils; JfeaVs Carriage Paints; to Eat. Ready Mixed Paints and Largest and Handsomest Line of Sil- 1,-l'- )0 verware, Watch.es, Clocks f ' 1 5 B.K.&W.H.WEAREN Heating Stoves, Cooking Stoves, o Stoves, Am-broaea- nd t. ed JESSE WEAKEN, . Commissioners's Sale. . Stoveware, Stovepipe. R0BT. FBNZBL, V XJjigig TW Monday, 1 iWBhy xm.AjjmzxzL tKMLZ IfTfwEmnRttVjSF 4 in .VJIS-l- '... - y, T w rlWKWMMAll Work Warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty. 111 5 Vim-hoo- k. je V . g Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, to'-da- y Jw FLOORING, CEILING, SIDING, n I . al WOVEN "WIRE A1TD SLAT PEHCIL con-se- FIRST- CLASS XVLTMBER TTARD. . aim-i'a- TTk I&m.cTc .'-, VI ' WTjn-7- f "" i,w6HW- - r - t4g-- .f kS srp- - Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Fr-da- y Published Every Tuesday and w VWhen not K. so paid mm fW S2.50 will e charged. !"- - 4 rO'TMI Js u. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7:00 a. m., returning S?W'" TKDDY Andrews sit id .fJ Train leaves Rowland at it j:op. L. m. & Fi. LOCALTIME CARD. 1239 1 mum j:?U.k3)&i ttg Kail tram going North " " " South Express train " South North... Local Freight North 134pm pa he mis going to built! a wind-milno one believed lum. Not that he was l, The latter trains also carry passengers. The above is calculated on standard time, Solar time is about ao minutes fatter South. ......47aui am ..654 13.1 m jupa FOR SCROFULA scrofulous humor in ulcers, catarrh, and consumption, use the blood, Ayer's Sarsaparilla Tho most economical, safe, speedy, and effective of all blood-purifiers. Has Cured Others Office fflHb R. C. there." So with a brave face but a heavy heart he bade good-b- y to his chums and his hopes at the same time, and startwill cure you. ed for the far west. How well he remembered the story of Hiawatha; ho and his mother used to read it together A.S. PRICE, when he was a lad, and now he was SURGEON DENTIST. going himself to the land of the did she know about it, he wonon Main street, over V. 11 McRobertt' Drug Store, Stanford. he always hml so many plans that it would h a v e taken a standing army of men, the wealth of a Rothschild, ttnd unlimited executive ability to hate carried them out, and Teddy posseted none of these. Teddy was the only son of a wealthy old pentleman in an and stralght-laeeeastern city; and when in the excess of his fun and spirits he carried his mischief a little too far and became involved in some trouble in his college, the wrath of his fatltcr knew no bounds. To him a spade was a spade, and a college scrap? a college scrape and a dishonor to himself and to his family. In vain did Teddy plead that y it was a mere frolic; in vain did the professor try to nppcaso the wrath which he had called down on his favorite pupil. Tho edict had guiio forth: "No more college rows to bring disgrace upon their home. Laurence must go to Dakota and take up a claim but m d was the very place! So he tooted away A II IVnn' drug store merrily, with the comfortable feeling AWonder Worker, of disturbing no one that few players Mr Frank Huffman, a yottntt r4 of Hurling upon tnat instrument can conselen - f .in-- , ihit lie had Mill usner inc Hit m tMe'pretnincnt physicians and used their treat tiously lay claim to. w sti """ until "' Lato one bleak night in Doccmbe went ..........ihe was not aoie Pnn. umtiilan nnd. tncu- i.i. ...... in l. ' uiunwH Teddy sat in his mill parlor practicing fable. uHe was persuaded to try lir. Ning with a will. He was in unusually good Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds able to walk acron the was tune that night, and the creaking of and at that timerestingnot He found before he had street nhout he the mill sails and the shrill whistle of ued half ol t dollar boitlethat I. was much betenjoying to ter, the wind were drowned by tho shriller joodhe continued yon ue it and threat, lung or have any health If wall of the cornet. Suddenly he stopped. chest trouble try it Trial bottle free at A. K . .1 Buckler,'. Arnica Salve quite put "Tho Tree" In the shade. It' SSale. Good was Teddy's design to paint the arms , Jeh,b in nhnsnhoresccnt naint so It wnnlil lt neA hini. chilblains, corns and all sklr. rui & tbTT m m n truide bv niirht as well as bv dav but tions and pontitely cures piles, or no pay reiitiir-.1- 1 Farm 01 14s Acres I wish privately ' Kite perfect... , ed. It it guaranteed to n tii . cent satitlactior, situated la sell north 01 niv Stanford, insu aj yi uu, D.mtille pike. Will take pleasure In ny on the jB or money rettinueu. showing to ..: -- . se'.iemes, wns never carried out. Kor sale by A R. Penny. Stnntord, Ky. Apply to any one wishing to purchase . A FRUIT and CttMMEA'TAL Teddy was delighted with his mill. j J URIOIIT. Kloctrlc Blttors There was a cozy little room about and so gEjk This rmed is becoming so will known All who feet square below, and with his to need no speci il mention FOB. I? & camp chair.s, books, and gun and some nonuUr .is Klectnc Hitter. ine the samesonifol LU-uenot exist home picture and colored prints. limit A purer medicine doe, claimed and it U i Urn m Ki'.Sy 'iL-kK ecu o U tn this had quite a luxurious air. He guaranteed curedo all that of th Liver ami Nid- - Lot ou Main Street in Stanford ji iliseMVS all timor will JH OF ALL KINDS. Boil, halt llheum and .in nun called It his parlor, and used his little Containing iio .n res. Will CHWd by impure (HIArr. K i"V,'-N 19 si,i, ., c r other shanty for his sleeping room. and prevent a erms W ? , in. B dme MaUnit from the TR. WALTON, Stanlord. l"f.. east. I tsr acure ol He liMd always wanted to learn to play wellasrure ll Malarial it:m v r 1,1 tt u. 1' c W - ! ' Constipation and Indigestion try P. Mll. the cornet. Of course in town this had Headache. Entire .ititactin Kumnteil or Hitter been impossible, but hero in his mill nnd U per bottle I Farm For rBLUEGRAS- I ! ' -. c- . litiursenes! left's i o -' 1 4l-j- m llf-te- d SAXjI 1 I rasa -- np en u. I f9 V iu-- i affiM-tto- M-o- I . t K-se- hlcc-tn- inonec rrfundr.l Price jc For Sals J i Twenty ISuiltlisiK 6 I. DARST. -- ots 3H. F. FJLLKWfVIEYER, i,5awwn,.fcpv: ".iniKjcr IKXIWOTO.N, KY In the corporate limits o Rowland Rowland. ijw si THE F. I 1ULEY B. HOUSE, -- RILEY. Proprietor. to-d- iStOti.SVIllt XlwAUAKT CH CACO fct London, - - - Kontucky. T(l M L,l 1 ll Penny's dru( store ' i 1 v A---" too-hast- 77 Urri WV "tV V. JSS. V T the liter. a new principle-regulatiutiimaeh and towels through the nertes Anew Dr Miles' Pills speedily cure bilious, discover)nasi Dad taste, loipiu iner, piles, eiiip"n-Uncoual'Smsllesl. fer men, women, children doe as cent. Samples mihlest. surett at A R Penn's Mllea' Norvo tnd Llvor ng Pllln 'Acton have moved to my new Hotel and am bettei prepared than ever to accommodate the public Good Lit ery attached and every convenience desired. Give me a call, FRANK RILKY. II And d ALL POINTS LIME AND BRICK. Lan- WEST h -- i $1 a A -- : was Mck, wo gave her CastorU. When ahe was a Child, aho cried for When he bvnie Miss, aho clung to Castori, When sha ha4 ChlHrea. she gave theiu Castorls. Whn Babe l. Pullman VetlibuU-- l Buffet Sleepers and Pull man Bullet Chair Carson nil trains through to Chicago w ithout change. I wilt also load on cars A Crab Orchard, Brick Go via the M mnn and get the Best for the least at 75 cents a hundred Oite me a chance. money. For information address ECjER. Crab Orchard. FRED Kill a.'fjm IAS BARKER, f. P A Chi aio W G CKISII.D P A I ouistlt.'c , I will deliver Lime at it Cen's a lluitcl In caster, Stanford and the neighborhood. I E!B' n, s; frflytWy OOT SOUK HRANnV. i R. R. GENTRY I MORGAN, DENTIST. D. D. S. extracting. upstairs. Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, Nitrous Oxide lias given for painless STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Dr. II. CVKuimellcy, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, STANFORD, KY. Office in Odd Fellows' Building, up stiiri. Office hours: 7 to 8 a. m., t to 3 p. m , 7toS p.m. DE. W. B. PENNY, Dentist. " Office South side Main street, in office recently vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. DR. JOHN M. CRAIG, Homeopathic Physician, STANFORD, 9 p. Office Hours: 10 - - 1 KENTUCKY. to 3 Office on Lancaster 39-'- a. to ta a.m.; p. m.; 8 to street,opposite court-hous- FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. Capital StockSurplus tr-- - .5200,000 16,500 Under the provisions of the National Bank Act. depositors are secured not only by the capital hut hv the stockholders liability tor an amount equal to the stock, so that depositors of this institution are securea oy iuna 01 3400,0x1. Five sworn statements otthecondition of the bank nre made each yearto the Uuited States government and its assets are examined at statedtiuies by government agents, thus securing addititonal .and perfect safety to depositor. Thii imtitiition. oritnnallv established as the Deposit Dunk of Stanford in i8j3, then . Ilea as wic .muvumanu... First National - Bank of the .again Stanlord in S8j, has had practically an uninter-Tuptexutenceof ja years. It is better supplied now with lacilities for transacting business prompt and ly and liberally than ever before in its loug fiduhonorable career Accounts or corporations, sohc-tcd. firms and individuals respectfully ciaries, ..-.- ...- Attention of the public is tnvitcd to the fact that this is tho only National Bank in Stanford. dered. It wns in May that he came, I remember, and the sight of his handsome young face did everyono good. Wc were a motley crowd, we early Dakota settlers; there were men of all sorts practical men, college men, unlettered men good and kind for the most part; and the courteous "goon morning," the hearty "hello," tho drawling "howdy," or the brisk Indian "how," told a careful observer whether the speaker was from the east, south or west. Some had come for health, some for change and some to make money. I myself, a broken-dowclergyman little burdened with worldly goods, and whose treasure, if any, was laid up in Heaven, had There were but come for all three. few women amoug us the sod houses, shanties and few comforts not warranting our bringing our dear ones to share them with us. The most of us had preempted our claims; that is, we pledged ourselves to live for six months upon each quarter section of land we took up; at the end of this term we could buy the land of the government, or by remaining for five years upon it, it would becoino our property without paying other price than the penalty of tho lonesome, dreary farm life, in a treeless country whose summers are burning hot and winters bitter cold; and where one's nearest neighbor lives a mile away. Teddy Andrews took up his ulaim in May. Fart of his land was covered by one end of a little lake, whose existence was not recognized by the government survey of some years before; hence it had a sort of reputation of which Teddy was very proud. This lake had been bordered by a thin frlngo of timber, but, seeming sort of public property, the trees had, with one solitary exception, been cut down and carried away. This being the onlj one for miles around, n sprung-up-ln-the-nig- ........ ed The Directory of this Hank is composed ot T. J. Foster, of Stanford; Forestus Reid, Lincoln county ; J.W. Hayden, Stanford; S. II . Itaughnun, Lincoln; M. J Miller, Mt. Vernon; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; V. J. S. Hocker. Stanford; v O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill, Stanford; W.G. Welch, Stanford. V. P. Tate, Stanford. ' OFFICERS: J. S. 95-i- and 'growing on a conspicuous elevation, was spoken of as "Tho Tree;" and distances were reckoned as so many Co. miles to or from Tho Tree. Teddy was a great acquisition to our KY., OF STANFORD, limited society; a good'eompanion, gay, Is now fully organized and ready for business with cheerful, and with a fresh, candid interest in everything that was really Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. contagious. Why! we staid old fel15,000. lows were actually interested in spite Surplus, . - - - of ourselves in his plans: first, of an SUCCESSOlt to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL artesian well and system of irrigation BANK OP STANFORD, that should make tho arid plain "blos (Now closing up) with the same assets and under som like a rose;" then of building a the same management. By provisions of its chatter, depositors are as club house on his cud of the lake and fully protected as aio depositors ill National inviting our wives aud families to Banks, its shareholders being held individually spend the summer with us; then it was liable to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thcreot, in addition to the a schemu of sinking a shaft for coal in amount invested in such shares. It may act as one corner of his claim. So, whon he executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as said he was going to build a windmill, an individual. To those who entrusted their buisioess to us whero the farmers could bring their while mnaglng the Lincoln National Bank ol Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and corn nnd oats to bo ground for feed, notrust they will continue to transact their business body paid much attention to it. with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt atten"Wo listened to his plans and ho contion to tame, our twenty years' experience in banking and as liberal accommodation as are con- sulted with us as to the height to sistent with sound banking build it. He said that op tho level i MHICTOHS. prairio with nothing to break tho wind, Mt. Vernon; it could be set up much lower than in a J.J. Williams,Stanford; J, M. Hall, timber country, and he believed that J. S. Owsloy, Stanford; twenty-fiv- e feet would bo about the ; S.J. Embry, Stanford thing; and we all agreed thinking that J.E. Lynn, Stanford; would be the last of it. A. W. Carpenter. Milledgevtllej j, Hut wo were mistaken that timo. K.Daughraan, Huttonrille; J. His father favored that plan and furJ, K. Cash, Stanford; nished the money. The windmill was William Gooch, Stanlord, Ky. put up nnd its grinders were in workS.U. Shanks, President. J. B, Owaley, Cashier ing order almost before wo knew it; and with its great swinging arms and W.M. Bright, Teller. bright red pa!nt, as a landmark it J, II. Uauhman, General yr Hocker, President; Johu J. Mc Roberts, Cashier; A. A. McKinney, Assistant Cashier WE LISTENED TO HIS PLANS. vv ' Farmers Bank&Trnst Book-Keepe- r, of the window? No question about it N. .IF YOU ARK l.OING this time a knock, impatient, vigorSuljett lion as Sheriff. ous, angry. Ho opened the door quick- Is a candidate for ! or ly and was met by a voice still angrier to the action of the democracy Klectton Not "Come. come. man. for Hod's sake tut THK down thnt n.ectirteil ltnm imil lend tm a Blue-Grass hand!" Twenty m t Ihe ih irlrst I) Teddy followed the owner of the and t One hundred and voice out Into the darkness to a carriage aires of good land, In a high state at cultication A large. plendid not far away, from which, with his other outhouses new bsrn, tw gcd cabins and Will sell chap help, the man lifted a lady and carried This land lie. K miles Itom Hustsntille, Ky St Louit. Michigan Ptintt, Chicago. her into the little parlor. Teddy didn't S. P. STAOG. LouiavtCLC s. NaiHVlLIC n. R. Detroit, CUvcUnd. Itjtla.o, Staaford, Kr - ,r& wa-- the stopjthen to notice that site Indianapolis and tie "tit, New England. Canada, loveliest girl he had ever seen, but only Is the line for o , at its knew that she had fainted, and he New quickly brought brandy, which they Waihttigtwn H.ltimore Philadelphia. Oiirkeit time to HarMdib'irg Frankfort Ky forced down her throat, rubbing her Wc offer for tale privately aoo Acres of Land Kuhtitond, IRt.lNIA Shortest and Make clusc Vi'ni tiots at hands and feot the while. She soon miles south ol C O on the Somerset raid It has seres opened her eyes, and looking wonder-Ingl- a dwelling and one store house and barn ot owater LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI tood orrhird and plenty about asked: "Papa, where am in timber addre.s us at C rab Orchard, Ky. Li Call on or Fer all points IIASTIN A COLLI LR. Solid Traint, ha jgatc cars, smoVioj' cars and ji3m I?" "In Dakota," said the old gentleTHROUGH TICKKTS SOLI). Conors. Pullman Itnuc! Mr SLepers through with man, grimly, "and that's as definitely IIAGGAUP. CIIIXKKI) 11IXOVGH out charge m Chattan.-raBirmingham, Merld as I can tell you." lin m.tliin direct ioniiiti'n en route I ir Knot lor any Yinfarntslior etuiulre of ville, Athevilie, Lyuvlubrg ard points in the Of course Teddy politely told hlra hi.s l. Ct.irFOliD. Armt, Htanfird, Ky. whereabouts, and learned from him lining purchased the interest of ray former Or V. W. PKNN, Trav. Past Aient, partner, Mr. V. R. that having business in the territory, sharenf the patronsjeMcPherson.I ask a liberal of the people of Rowland Junction C ty, Ky At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Wilming he had brought his daughter with him andtlctnlty. I will continue the cash business Augutta, Ma.on, Savannah, ton, Charlett-io- , li,rh the firm ofllllton IK Pherson atartcd out for a change of air. With a hired car to Ctty.Thomxitill and FLOKI d. and think I can easily prove why it will be DA fOlllli. riagc and driver they had started from beneticUI to both my customers and myself Kor The only line running solid trains with choice rranuta a town about ten miles distant to an instance look at these prices, o pounds cents uer Pullman Boudoir or Palace Sleeping Cars to jack ltd sugar soot tile without change lor any Class of passes other as far beyond; and the driver, pound andfor Ji, Arbuckle'scottee aj Alto proportion all other Mitcitttpei Valley missing his way on the trackless prai- hat eon hani at all times lumber and shingles for Newport News A Vestibuled Trains toCo ,"K. D. ' gen or baggage. Solid Selma and Montgomery, Hunttvtlle, Decatur, J H. HILTON, ,ale rie, darkness had como tipon them and Florence, Memphis and ARKANSAS points Rowland, Ky." Jr t r Philadelphia bile ShortKtt and quickest to Anniston, Selma, Mo they had wandered about for hours, Diitct connections made at NKW ORBaltimore, Now York, coming often upon a tree, which as the LEANS without omnibus trantlei for Ualvcstoa All points Fait and Snuthratt lloutton, Austin, driver avsured hlra It was the only one Only one nufht out Irons Lennxton, within miles, showed that they had TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. Corrected Tune Card In Effect May IS, iJi The only through line to Jsctioi and VicVtburg, been traveling in a circle. The cold Mits, Shrevcrit La., making direct conneeOoat JCllHt II011111I. STANFORD, KV., night air and the sensation of betug Kail Mail testes l.eilnuton daily at Tit am, withuut omnihcs transfer lor Dallas Fort Worth lost had overcome the young lady and and polatun ?,Ollte Hill 10 e Auttin.San Antoma, Winchesters ij. Ml Sterling Ashland ta 13 pm, Catlettsbur mi, arri.ln. at she had become unconscious. The TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. Huntington 11. $0 pm sound of the horn had reached much Limited Eipress leaves Lenluston daily at 6 15 for through rates correct county maps and lull M Vl',nrt..t. t.linf t.i ftlitn Hill information call on Agent at Junction Citr.Ky . further than tho dim light from the 3Thit Hotel, renovated and refurnished, it now to , HUNK W window, and following that, they had in my charge and I intend to conduct butso asadd ooj, Ashland 10 y Catlettsburc u tj, arming at oraddrest to )Iuntinj;ton at 07 psn Trav Past Agt Lexington, Ky not only maintain its hlfih reputation, at last found their way to the mill. Accojimodallon, cfailv, except Sundjr, lea vet D. MILLER, to Its long lilt o! friends. Special accommodaD. 0. fcDWAkDS ; irartic Maner., O. P V T A , Teddy went with them as a guide to tions for commercial traveler and line rooms for l.exinutou at 5 sj pm, Umihe.ler r 10. Mt. Cincinnati 7 41, arm in,: at Olite Hill at 10 pin a house about a mile away where with the dltploy of samples. Accummodatlon, dally eccept Suadav, teat Leslngton at 11 team, Wiiirheclrr iiw pm, Mt a farmer and his wife the travelers A First-Clas- s Saloon Stcrluis s pm Dally Ictve Olite Hill 6 45 am' found shelter for the night. AfliUnd S ttuni, Catletubu g ., 01, arrltes Hunt The next morning Teddy called to And BILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attach. d. Injlon 9 5m. JOSKPH COFF1.V imjuirc after tho health of the young AVfMt llotllitl lady and found her quite recovered and Hiiittlnti dally at 00 am Fat Mail leavesAshlatMl .NOTICHTOTHE '. J7. Olite Hilt i ao, Mt Catletttbttrgtiat, "metric GRAau itou'riu." anxious to continue her journey. sterling loir, Winchester 11 oj and arrises Judge Hart, for such was the gentleat 1101 pm Tho Shortest and Qulclcent Routo from Limited Lsirtts leave. HunMHt;ton dailv st I t man's name, thanked his young friend Central Kon'uclcv Q all polntn North pm, Catlett.hurc J9, Athlarxl if. Olite Hill for his kind services to himself and ERBt. Worn tine Houth-Wou- tFao: ) and arrises 31, Wmchcltr 3 01, Mt. Meillrif ut LelnBtn at (o pm s Line botweon I.exlntcton and Olncln daughter, and after many Accommodation, dally esrept Sunday, lesves nntl. hate opened in connection with my Hotel, the Olive Hill am, Mt. Sterling A jc. Winclioicr and kind wishes they started on their THROUGH TRAINS CINCINNATI TO JIID way. 7 ij and arrives at Lexingum at i oj am. DI.EMIOROUGH and JELLIC. Accoinnodatlon daily leaves iluniinctrm at 6 35 That they reached v home safely Tedpm, Catletttburi; 657, Ashland 7 10 ar.d arrises at SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY io.iIji was assured by a lengthy letter Except Sunday leaves Mt dy Olive Hill S 55, pm. Sterling at ao pm, W inchuster t ) and times a from tho judge, inviting him to visit LetmKton at 2 45pm No. 1. i No, s No j them at their home in Chicago, nnd First-Clas- s Limited Vettibuled Express runt daily and fas conveying a very friendly message Ex. Sun. Daily Ex Sun Sleeper between Lou Pullman Vestibuled Buffet from his daughter, Pauline. And offer the services of it to the public. Brand isvllle, Lexington, w asMnjnr., ,c ttrii and L e Cincinnati - 8 10 a in' 8 00 p m 3 co p m A month later when his time wa.s new vehicle, and freth bloaded horses make my OU Point Comfort This tram is made part ol the Lv Covington. celebrated Lve Falmouth. .. g 45 a ra g 16 p nv J 1' P m out none of us were surprised, that in- stable compare with 11 IS a m 10 ij pm V. Arr Pant .... Country. East of Huntington on the C. O, Route stead of staying five years, he "proved The Boat In u 10 p m n o p to J J m Arr Lexington Gite me a cull. up." sold his windmill and went "back m 11 sj ami Fast Mail Trains run dally except Sunday be Lve Paris. ' 6 'J p P W. OR F.EN. Proprietor. 50 a tween Lexington and Huntington, Make direct Arr Winchetter.. 11 10 p tn to civilization," as he expressed It. 7 il p m AL. BURNS. Maoager. Richmond. - r jj p in ; at Ash Arr connection at Huntington with C A O. Six weeks later I followed him, a ... ........ land with S. V. R ; at Winchester with K C R. Arr Lancaster..... 4 43 p m j 10 pm R. north and south bound, and at Lexmirton with Arr Stanford A. G Laahaia piner in health and strength if not ' Joh CailItmin. " iTTe Richmond ... 135pm L & , L. S. and C , N, O. A T P. Railroads. 1... in nocket: and tho first ceremony ttton , . Olive Hill Accommodation daily, A" h,M,l,?n' r. Lexington aud p ra 3 winch I omclatcd upon 103' return was except Sunday. Connects at Winchester to and Lve 7 35 p m jjjjjjjjjjj from K. C points and at Lrxingtor. with L. A' N. a wedding" at the beautiful home of R. R for Louisville. No. 4. No. a. Judge Hart. It was a very grand afNo.ri Lexington and Mt Sterling Accommodation runs daily except Sunday, and make! direct confair I assure you; there were six bridesnection at Winchester to aud from Middletbor Lve Middletboro 6jl S 8 maids, and the proom's favors to them otigh and Richmond, and at Lexington with L. S. Lve Livingston. 11 15 im a in were tiny gold windmills studded with Ity. for Louisville. ...JL. 11 40 1 n Arr Richmond J"" For full information in rryard to rates, routes. little diamonds. "Such an odd concit," 7 00 a m c " ........... Ac , apply to any agent of this or connecting lines Lve Stanford Lve Lancaster 7 30 a m I heard one of tho pretty bridesmaids Arr Richmond.... 10 13 a m ....... . 0,HE.HUNTINOTON, C L. BROWN, say. There were many happy hearts V P.andC. M , Lve Richmond.... C. P. A., 4$ p m Tos alii aud faces there, but I particularly re Arr Winchester.. Lexington, Ky. , 40 p m 65$ a mi . W, S. HARRISON, Arr Parts C W.BARNEY, call the tender smile upon stern Deacon 133pm 7 41 a Lexington, Ky T P. A., Ashland, Xy Lve Lexiugton . 1 00 p m G M. Andrews' handsome face as his son 7 00 am 1 11 n n Lve Pans. ......... , 4J p m 7 SJ m ,3 p solemnly pronounced the words: "I. Lve Fulmouth 4 10 p m 9 13 a mi c 30 p ra Arr Covington. ... j 40 p m 10 49 a m 8 17 p m Laurence, take thee, Pauline, to be MANAGERS, Arr Cincinnati ... s jo p mto jj a m 6 p tn my wedded wife." Pauline had been tm incaiayi vine Branch, No 10. leaves Paris at Teddy's mother's name. Commerce Building, Louisville. 755. m nd No. u, at 613, p m arriving at It Is now five j'ears In May since hfaysvil e at 10 to, a m, and 8 30. p m. No. Agents throughout the South. 9 leaves Maysville at s jo a m. arriving at Pans at Teddy went to Dakota. Great changes 7 40,am. No. leaves Maysville at place there since thru, to tad have taken arrives at Paris at ,0, p m. These trains art daily except Sunday. fomfortablo farm houses have re- "W. A. THIBELE, Local Agoat, No. 1, dally to nil points except Rowland Dlvis placed most of the shanties; good sized ion( which is daily except Sunday, STANFORD. KY. trees break tho monotony of the once No. runs daily from Lexiugion to Cincinnati, No, a runs daily bare prairie, and the rank buffalo grass No. 5 runs daily from all stations except the has given place to tho finest wheat Rowland Division, which it daily except Sunday. TO TAX-PAYERNo. 3 daily except Sunday. fields In tho United States. Two, at No daily between Cincinnati and Lexington Teddy's schemes have been carleast, of Remember that the new Revenue Law imposes fo 43 t'aris and Lexington Accommodation dai ried into execution; an artesian well, a penalty ol six; per cent, on all taxes not paid bely Leaves Lexington 10:00 a. m. Arrives Paris 10 Jj a in for the first day tales of whose wontlcrful How have foreconvenience of ofnilNovember. Therefore, not No S Falmouth Accommodation; IcatesCineln who the given the newspapers many a sensa- already settled, I or one of my deputies have ilu. will natisiopm. Arrises Falmouth 7 05 p m daily except Sunday, tional item, now waters the plain; and ring the month ot October meet you at the followiNo. 7 Leases Falmouth 6 00 a m. Arrives Cina coal shaft, yielding an abundance of ng- named places cinnati 7 55 a m daily except Sunday. Crab Orchard, Saturday, October 17th and SatNo. aand 6 make connections at Winchester for good bituminous coal, has really been urday, jist points on the N. N. A M. V R'v, E. D. and sunk upon his claim. His coal mine Wayneaburg. Friday, (let. a)d 29th, Friday, 30th Highland Thursday, October k,Naa, C"ri"h'yi.1" fore, Cindnnatito ' has made for him thousands of dollars; Kingsville, Saturday, October 14th. Middlesborough Luniterland Gap and all la. termediate stations and runs daily. Hustonville, Saturdays, October but he says no possession of his cau SIcKinney, Fridays, October t6lh17th and jut, Havlncj removed my Barber Snop to the Com W. L MUNSON. Trav. Pats. Agt., Cincinnati and ever briug him anything that will com- Milledgeville. Saturday, October 24th. 30th. rorrcial Hotel, I am prbpared to accommodate laS. F . KNOTT, C. P. ATMORE, dies as well at gentlemen in anything they may Gen Pass. Agt. Trafljc Manager. pare in value with tho treasure brought Mt. Salem, Thurtday. October ajth, General office, Louisville. Kv in my line, UUimren mso wauea on. uan wish erVill bo at the CourtHouse every day. him by his windmill. r JESSE THOMPSON, S. Y. B. MORSE, Gen'l name. N. MHNEFEK. Agu J InCommercial Hotel. Majue Mop.k Ma lis il Oftice Chamber ot Commerce Uuilding.Cinetanat. Sheriff Lincoln County, uas iiiai a rap ai im uoor or ine rame iff - Candidate lor Sheriff of Lincoln county. ii to the action ol the Democratic parts'- sul - - - - J. MEXEFEE, re-- ftyr Cures cult, bruises, old sares, iVin diseases, j corns, bunions, piU. fistula, scratches, haltar burnt, dew poison ami bruises Wherever it has been used it hat given wonderful satitfaction anj ' its propensity lor icmmin; sorenett is remirka ble. Numerous testimsnials will be secured and will appear In this space at a liter date Made nd sold by aianioru, .y. j. u 'WmoUTK? lym? IIFFrUCR iiiii,i.n, . 94im!5mino Mluy9pPplrajjMi OJK0IKATiT. York, MrKB 'iXaaSaV mn'I WES;tim& -- - NORTH WEST, I Farm for Sale one-half seventy-eigh- . j- $1,000 Cash.. Double Daily Trains Hoston, y ' FOB. CASH OlTlilZ'. A-- , L'ABlDILICIAw, OLD KY. ROUTE jo-sd- s 111 Washington, PORTMAN HOUSE, . JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. 11 .. w WOOl-LEY- 11 strr-lint- 1 37-- tt Kentucky Central R.R. C Lex-lli- it TRAVELING 1 PUBLIC. 1 4 4 good-bye- 5 4 MYERS HOUSE, tho 1 UveryiStable, m South-Boun- 9 4 y 1 9 w . F. F. liltmloipnJPn iPn l A-- 'J 9 I - '. ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL.: ... N-- , m '' !i i V wj North-Boun- d. insurance Company, a2 . 1 m1;-.- --... MA fl SI jH (H jH M 9 f BARBEE&CASTLEMAN hM iln T I j 11 1 1 S. 4 ' - Pass-g'- t x. --i ,? ' SI P'Ar-'- V