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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892090601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. "'r-iffs- - k Semi-Weekl- y vol. xx. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTV. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 6. 1892. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. NO. 55 S The Wllllamsburo Fair. Tho I. J. man, who generally takes in " Tho colored momburs of tho local Liconso whs issued on tho ISOth ult. everything of importance in these ," to Mr. Alexander Barlow to marry Minn post of tho G. A. It, paraded tho streets attended the Williamsburg Fair Saturday afternoon, headed by n brass ancy G. Cofl'man. Friday nnd ns Visual on such occasions, Tho republicans of thin county in- band. Tho old vetoraus presented ;uito spout the day pleasantly, mingling with structed for W. W. Jones forjudge hiuI a warlike appearance. Tho trustees are in a muddlo over the masses, tryiug to enlaree tho subJ. C. Miuicey for Commonwealth's atscription list of tho Ixterioii Journal torney and F. P. Combust was appointed who shall tench tho public Echool the coming session. Misses Kliza Lusk and and getting in a fow ducats, so s to delegate to the convention. Money isn't lately return- Dove Harris both claim to have been em. "keep tho nrk Mr. Dink Wilkinson, county, from iiu expe- ployed and the matter will bo tnken be- ns plentiful in thesu days as in those of ed from Whitley yore, but still It is some pleasure to try dition for tli purpose of buying sbeep, fore tho superintendent of public into get it when you are mixed with such reports tbnt ho was In tho neighborhood struction. clover people as those of old Whttloy. Miss Ida Grant accompanied Dr. of a man whoso wife was tlio proud Nino long years ago (and they do seem mother of 25 children, all livltit; except Price Grant and wife on a trip to Niagalong to n youth of my years) I camo to one. ra Falls. Mis Georgia Miller has reTho CiHey County Touchers' Insti- turned from n pleasant visit to Cynthi-an- Whitley's capital aud workedl a day or I nolthor know nor was known in Prof. A. L. tute meets here Miss Lillio Noel leaves In two bo. work weeks for Paducnh, where sho has nc those palmier days, but notwithstanding tho author of a popular on civil government, will conduct its cepted a position in a milliiiory Btore. I did a irood btHiuesjaud returned homo with money in my puckets ami nnj unproceedings. Tho work at its sessions is Miss Grace ICIunaird leaves dying love in' my heart for this people. expected to bo interesting and jirotlta- - for Oxford, Ohio, where she will attend ble. school. MissTallieOrand left Monday Like tho beast which is well treated, I Mrs. Janio Wash, wife of Mr. Tho. for Texas. MrB. OjIo Iliill'mau and Mrs. returned, and have continued to do 60 Wash, ho mauy years county clerk of Bettie IJmbry, of Louisville, are visiting again aud agiin, and each time I have Casey, diedat her homo near this place Mrs. M. 1). Hughes. Misses Carr and been treated not only most courteously, last Thursday and was buried at home Hacker, of Richmond, are guests of Mrs. but well financially. I started out to write about tho fair, on Friday. She had been uflllcted with Joe Carr. Miss Mertie Wildes is visitfor some time ami the foil do- - ing her cousin, Miss Isabel Owsley. Mrs. but I sue I have left tho subject. Well, IHirnlysis Sho had reached Kiiimii Tillott, of Flomingsburg, is hero Friday was kind of an on" day, but a Htroyer, consumption. the advanced at of 07 yuni-H- was a good for a few days. Miss Prudence Gordon, good crowd was on hand. Tho show of stock wns good, but the trots were very christian woman and wai loved and ros- - of Hebron, is at the College. no- tame indued, and a couple of racking poclod by nil of v her friumls and Somntitno ago. Frank Turner, who nunlntniiGPH. liar 1ch will Iw avvurvlv camn htre from Ball oouuty, was lined races were on tho programme and were ' poorly contested. The fat man's race felt. in n nuinWr of cases for selling whisky. On the '.'nth tilt. Uncle Jo Napier A crippled negro, Anderson Dunlap, who did not corn's oil and I suppose tho bicy cle race was forgotten. This is Whitley and Uoburt Murphy wore brought whs selling for Turnur, was the principal Judge Myers nnd tried on a tharpe witnee against him. Most of the tines county's tlrst attempt at a fair, though, of disturbing religiouri worship Ht Salem were suspended, provided Turner would aud pardon me if I have uritcued. Satchurch on Sunday, July .'list, boiiio. Re- change his ways nnd sin no more. Tur- urday, the List day, promised to bo a big count of which was giveu in tho Joun-NA- ner swore vungefttice on tho negro, and one. There were two trotting, two rack-in- g and a running race and the promise a few days afterward. The trial white in tonn one night last week, rod lasted all day, many people ami witness-e- n feveral shots nt him. A warrant was was that they would all be tilled. A libwere in attendance and the case sworn out, hut lie had left town. Thurs- eral purse of SI03 was hung up for tho awakened much interest. County At- day afternoon Mcishal Jennings learned 2:2'.l class. The usual outside games were on hand torney Q. C. (iodboy and M. I?. Tarter that Turner was in town and on tho no prosecuted and George K. and J. Boylo torious Battle Bow. Ho went down af- and if thero were those who were not Stone defended. The "rule" whs ter him, but Turner jumped on his bono pleased it was not compulsory that they to the witnesses and there were and as Jennings' revolver refused to should look nt cither the exhibits, rings some material conllicts in tho evidence. work, made irood hh escape. A young or trots. Among tho side show freaks It would be tedious to detail all of the man from McCroary named Kelly was was a calf with two heads, 8 legs, 12 feet points nnd do exact justice to all parties, with Turner and they tired a number of nnd two tails. It wns a curiosity indoed and therefore we will not attempt it. It shots as they galloped away. Turner and mauy a dime was paid its owner for opiware that one Wesley Barton was ar- sent word back that ho would not bo a glimpse of it. It wus born in Tennesrested In the morning by a magistrate taken and Saturday Sheriff Curt Robin- see, as was its exhibitor, who had both present and put under guard, charged son took a posse and went to Turner's of his legs 8hototr in the Confederate with selling whisky nt the meeting. house, but ho was not there. They went army and was somewhat of a curiosity About the commencement of uvoning on further and captured Kelly and saw himself. services Undo Joo went to Barton and Turner in tbo distance, but ho again The fairgrounds are located about n called him to go with him and get his succeeded in evading theotllcers. Kelly mile from town aud are very creditable, dinner, and ho could then go home. was brought to town nnd placed in jail. indeed. A commodious amphitheatre, Barton started with him and tho guard Sheriff Robinson is determined to arrest stables, diniug-ha- l! nnd tho like are all followed, when a contest came up over Turner and the posse will go after him put up with a view to permanency, while tho track is quite a fast one half tho possession of tho prisoner, causing again one diy this week. tho meeting to be broken up. Uncle Joe a mile iu length. Dr. Joe GatlifT, is It Is obvious thnt tho masses of the in his statement before the court, nnd it people, owing to tho frequency of elec- president aud fills that position well was corroborated by witnesses for tho tions nnd tho corrupt manner in which aud has plenty of time left to act as defense, said whoti he called for Barton they nro controlled, are steadily losing judge aud starter. 0. II. Keeton, the to go with him, that ho was under tho tho interest the' have heretofore taken clover secretary, deserves much credit impression that Barton was released in tho politics of tho country. There fur his untiring energy iu attempting to from arrest on the promise of another seems to be a general apathy in each of make everything go on smoothly, which magistrate present, who claimed to have the four parties that havo placed candi- he did most excellently. tho power to do so, on condition thnt dates for tho presidency iu tho fluid and The I. J. man was tho recipient of nintho prisoner would leave and sell no the leaders are calling in vain upon tho ny invitations to dine, and did so with more whisky at church. Mr. Napier people to nrouso from their lethargy R. A. Welsh, who traveled through the claimed that lie was followed by the nnd rally to the support of thoir respec section for years, but who guard, and unexpectedly assaulted, and tlvo tickets. At present tho interest in now is a merchant of Jellico. his own actions were in repolling tho as- the Sullivan fight and the cholera has Whitley has her full sharo of lovely sault. Though the Commonwealth dif- completely overshadowed tho contest girls nnd they were nil on hand Friday. fered in some essentials, it was made for the presidency, and this state, of Notably among them were tho Misses manifest thnt there wnre some technic- our.se, is likely to continue until Sulli- O'Mnra, of Williamsburg, aud Mr. R. D. al irregularities in tho nrrest nnd tho' van or Corhett has had tho life pounded Hill's three daughters. They were very tho meeting was broken up, it would out of him and it has bnen demonstrated attractive to the stranger and tho writer take n Philadelphia lawyer to determine thnt tho grim monster has been success- came in for a share of their kindnesses. who were responsible for tho disturb- fully prevented from cnining a foothold K. 0. W. ance, therefore I suppose the jury gavo upon our shores. Sullivan and Corbett HUBBLE. the benefit of tho doubt to the accused, nro the heroes of tho hour and Harrison nnd it returned a verdict of not guilty. and Cleveland nre completely overshadFanners, now is tho time to cut owed by theso noted pugilists. Tho your burs if you want a top price for The nomination of JudgojKtufley, re- ovations they receive on tho line of your wool next spring. Tho discouut cently made inour democratic primaries march to the scene of conflict are far be- on tho wool will have your pistures by such a decided majority, is condu- yond those received hy either of tho cleaned of tilth. cive that ho was tho choice of tho demo- presidential candidates. Ask tho tlrst Mrs. Gnrdnnr aud daughtor, of crats of the entire district nnd therefore man you meet v. hat he thinks of the Price's Branch, Me., nro visiting tho famshould bo accepted ami supported most presidential outlook and the chances nro heartily as tho accredited representative nine out of ten that he will my in reply ilies of Luther and Wiu. Underwood. Thomas Smith tells us ho Is going to of our party. Ho is not only entitled to thnt "Sullivan will whip him." Tho give up the toll gato Oct. 1, us it is too this support by reason of this fact, but next when asked a similar question confining. Frank Holtzclaw is in from also on his own account, ns ho is honest, would say that ho hoped tho quarantine Missouri on a visit. Squiro G. P. Bright faithful and will make tho regulations would keep capablo and tho cholera is going to Middlesboro to attend conferdistrict a model judge. Wo urge, there- from entering tho country. There is anence. Danield Fast will movo his mill fore that an organization bo perfected nt other class who think that it would be in a fow days to B. W. Givens' timber oncothnt will insure his election. It better for all concerned if there was near here. Mrs. James Engloman is atwill not do to trust to tho fact that In tho more business and less politics in tho tending her sick sister in Richmond. past tho four counties composing the country and that there is no necessity S. Dunbar sold his mare that Tom district havq returned a very handsome for a general upheaval and a disturbance Veager has been driving, to Light Hudnggregato democratic majority, for tho of tho business interests of the country son for $2."0. Tho Underwoods are havapproaching eleotion will bo held by a every four years over tho selection of a ing their hogs fed in Garrard for 3j now and untried method in our State, chief magistrate whoso principal emWalter has sold some com to bo and it may develop some surprises for ployment Is in tho parceling out of tho Henry deliverod at onco to Stanford Mill Co., us. It certainly is tho part of wisdom loaves ami fishes as a reward to his pofor:t. W. II. Underwood has sold to to be on tho alert, ami our commlttef s litical followors. V mountain parties a lot of baled hay to bo should arrange at ouco for an active predelivered in Stanford at GOc. Ben Will-m- ot Tho presence of organic impurity in cinct canvass, a vory thorough organizahas bought the Kph. Smith farm, in tion and tho education of tho voter in wutor can be detected by dissolving voting. Unncaster some loaf sugar iu it, and then, after the White Oak neighborhood, containtho now method of ing 40 acres, at $10. Ed White Bold Sam putting in a tight stopper, allowing it to Woods n lot of 1,100 pound steers nt 3c, stand in a warm, well lighted room for a Hon. Ben T. Cable, National Com- few days. If it becomes turbid thero nnd a lot of butcher stuff for Oct. 1 demitteeman from Illinois, will have are certain organic impurities in it; if it livery at 2. C. P. Underwood bought charge of tho western headquarters of remains clear it is pure nnd sufo to 50 good stock owes of Prowitt it Woods tho Nntional Democratic Campaign Com- drink. To detect tho presence of earthy at 3.50. '" California has tho biggest soda Tho republicans of tho 20th judicial matter take litmus paper dipped in vin"district nominated W. W. Jones, of egar aud if, on immersion, tho paper re- fountain in tho world. It Is a nntural Adair, for circuit judge and J. '0. Mun-cl- turns to its true shade, the wator does lnke, and ha3 $2,000,000 worth of soda If in it. of Metcalfe, for Commonwealth'a at- not contain earthy matter or alkli. a few diops of syrup bo added to water It is reported that oxtensivo frauds torney. Fifty-si- x of tho miners who unlaw- containing an earthy matter it will turn In the uuderweighing of imported sugar green. Boston Budget. havo been discovered in tho Now York fully banded themselves together and custom-housIt is not surprising that tired on tho militia at Coal Creek, Tonn., The famous Blue Lick Springs have of them hold been sold to a Louisvillo syndicate for such a thing could bo done under Harare in jail at Clinton, some $50,000. rison's administration? without bail. ''dees-trictsa. to-dan, ' LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. , bo-for- e t. 11 ap-pile- Thero are 157 scholars in constant attendance at the common school. Mrs. G. W. Paris is very ill of heart J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. trouble. W. C. Pitman is nt Rock Castle Springs. 1892. Tho liquor is beginning to flow Full carps of Comervatory and Normal School teacheri. Superior rouries in Literature, freoly iu preparation for the republican An. Excellent hoarding department. Catalogue and circular furnished on application. Muilc and primary Tuesday. Bro. Barnes is having big houses to hear him at oyery sermon, hut the contributions nre small. vs. Gibson nnd Frank will begin a protracte meeting at tho Christian, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. church nxt Thursday. THE NEXT SESSION Or THIS INSTITUTION BEGINS SEPTEMBER 14, 1892, Browing & Funiull sold about 25 Wlthnfullcourwjofitudy, both Kuglnh and Clanlral. Whllo thecotirsool Instruction Is upcclally out of 50 of their Wyjuiing ponies Sat- adapted to prepare young men for the Krethmaii Clan, It Is Intended at the sains time to furnish a urday at prices ranging from $15 to $31. liberal HntrllMi education to any who it. In connection with the Academy, i number of young folks attended A tho Williamsburg fair and wero greatly H been eitnMlihed In the Homo and under the personal control of the Principal. Kegutar study pleased with it nnd their visit to that hours under the supervision of the Principal and assutants nnd the restraints and government of Christian home are combined with the mountain city. educational advantages, l'or further particulars in regard to board, tuition, itc , address Albert Suutt, who has been down ' JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danvillo, Ky. with typhofd fever, is better and able to walk around a little. Ho is in destitute circumstances and any help from nny readers of this article will be gratefully received by his family. Col. A. If. Clnrk, tho only candidate for circuit judge, in this district, was here Saturday and Sunday. Having no opposition he will bo our next judge nnd no better or abler one could bo chosen from his party in this district. Mrs. Jamod Sulfredga, living on Robinson, hid $:H in greenbacks in a straw bed tick nnd in her house cleaning concluded to refill tho tick, emptied it, Bet it afire and burned up the money before she remembered what she had done with it. The convention Tuesday, will be a tame affair. The "bosses" havo gotten together and made an agreement giving Colson 7, Adams nnd Wilson 3 of Laurel county's 14 votes, without any further test of strength, and resolutions to that effect will bo unanimously adopted. This will save some liquor and a heap of money. Marriage licenso, since writing them S-- , C. up last, have been issued to tho following parties: W. II. Robinson and Sarah DEPARTMENTS: Kversole; William Lihugh Mullins nnd Mathematics, English, History, Latin, Greek, German, French, Martha Pointer; J. H.Hunley and Rosn Natural Sciences, Metaphysical Sciences, Piano, Violin and Vocal Jones; Farmer Collet nnd Nancy W. H. Payne and Sarah M.Proilitt; Culture, Art and Criticism. II. 0. Mullins nnd Lily J. Wilson; W. A. Accommodations for thirty young ladies in Hoarding Department. Herron and Sarah Bustle; Jesse Mullins Terms reasonable. and Martha B. Polly. Next term opens Sept. 6, 1S92. For catalogue or other informa; i Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 6th, R-- j Centre College Academy, de-Ir- 1 e Home Boarding and Training Department be-- to-da- 1 PilcrrHIILHBfllPSy J. GORDON, B. President. Red-mo- n; MATRIMONIAfMATTERS. tion address the Principal Marriage Is somewhat of a failure at Paducah. Courtis somo time off and yet 10 suits for divorce have already been filed for it. The marriage of. Dr. Daniel Mayes Bowmar, editor of the Sun, and Miss Cicely do Crraffenried McCaw, of Fayette Bluo-gniK- couuty, will take place nt St. John's Episcopal church, in Versailles, on Wednesday, September 21st, at high noon. No cards will bo issued, but a general invitation is oxteuded to their frioads to be present. Woodford Sun. DEATH'S DOINGS. for I Infants and Children. di J " Cast or n la so well adapted to children that Csuitorla enn-f- l Colic, Constipation, DUirrbcr.i. Smith, a brother of L. I ifcommend Itaasurcrlortoany prescription Sour Stomach, givon blwp, Eructation, and promotes diKills Wonim, gestion, T. .Smith, of this county, died in Louis- known to mo." II. A. Archer, 51. D., Without Injurious medication. Ill So. Oxford St,, Brooklyn, K. Y. ville Inst week of paralysis. He left a Tne CtNTAca Coufant, 77 Murray Street, M. V wife and two children. Squiro Christopher Brown, aged 75, I IIIWHIM1 II1 of tho JKitursville neighborhood, better HIM known as "Kit Brown." died Thursday night. Ho had the grip last wintor, 13 3 from which ho never fully recovered, "8 and which finally caused his death. Ho had held tho oflico of magistrate for more than a quarter of a century and was highly thought of by his neighbors. Mrs. Elizabeth, relict of tho late John 51. Itichardson, is dead at SomerCD set. Sho leaves threo daughters, one son, four brothers and ono sinter Mrs. L. 1). S. I'atton, Mrs. A. M. Girdler, ' Miss Alice Kichardson, Mr. O. M. Rich71 Gli CD 5s! S ardson nnd Messrs. 0. V. and Albert 5 P Adams, of Somerset, Mr. Josh Adams, Q.a M Hg 2,8! fof Boylo county, Mr. Will Adams, of w Stanford, and Mrs. Alice Adorns, of Danville. Tho Republican says: "Mrs. Richardson was 5IS years of ago and had been a member of the M. E. Church South for a number of years and sho passed through life loved bv till who know her. Sho was a woman of the Men's medium and light weight gentlest and sweetest disposition; to know hor was to love her." J, Kobert W. t ' i;s Uir - op 3 J ?r- 2 n i TH BY MUST GOo DANVILLE. Tho Somersets beat the Danvillos in a gamo of base ball Friday; score 12 to Record-Homestea- tor, Miss Lulie, returned to Danvillo Saturday after an absence of a year and Worth Irom $5 to $16 per suit. Nice line cheap pants worth from Mrs. E. B. Thielo and children havo $1.25 to $1.75. A few more pairs of Ladies' Shoes jn broken sizes. returned from a visit to Washington All the above goods must be closed out regardless of cost; so call and City. Full line Fruit Jars in stock. Mrs. Bessie McGoodwin and dauglf examine goods and get prices. - e, a half in Europe. Jako Homelstien nnd a Mr. Solo, man havo opened a clothing etoro in room on Main street adjoin ing Wiseman's dry goods store. John, son of Mr. A. W. Barker, died Saturday night in the 2Gth year of his ago, of pneumonia. Ho had been af(Late Alexander's Hotel.) fected with epilppsy since childhood. Funeral to day, Monday, at 2 i. m. Brozo Carter was tried and held Rates $2. 50 Per Day. over in a bond of $100 by Judgo Saturday to answer a chargo of Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-Housburning John Williams' house on the night of the 29th ult. All tho parties live in the knobs. George Carter, who W. R. LOGAN, A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, : was included in the warrant, was disManager. Marshall, clerks. J. J. missed. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. T 'HE WILLARD. e, Mc-Ferr- Louisville, Ky. ' &Jj .n- - .. . SS!--' W 7az. George Skinner, a farm hand,' near The dreaded cholera seems deterSemi-WeekInteriorJouknal mined to'get a foothold in this country. Steubenville, O , In rcvengo for being Tao more steamships, tho Uugia aud discharged, killed George Leitncr and all Normannia from Hamburg, arrived at tho his family and then blow his own worth Stanford, Ky., Sei'temiiek 6, 1P02 New York harbor Saturday with from 10 less brains out. Treasurer Hale Saturday received to 13 cases each on board, besides ly hav-ingseve- 4 Qlothing,Shoes&Dry Goods CjZJust From the East and will opened and placed on sale M e tho State funds, S150.000 of which was from tho sheriff of Jefferson county. There aro now in tho State The average writer thinks ho ia not Treasury over $800,000. doing his duty unless he ubrevlatos half Tho world's professional bicyclo recthe words of Iub contributions to the ord was broken Thursday at tho Decapress. Tins is quite annoying to me edtur, Ills., raco meeting, by Jack Prince, itor, who hns to go over it all and make of Omaha, who rode of a mllo with n a blue mark around the contracted words flying start in 0:30. to remind the prinUr to spell them The telegraphers convention at out, or write them himself in full, arrived-- . Kansas City, after a fight that caused It if the contractions are obscure. many delegates to leave, decided to form s our custom to edit the copy sent a now organization, to bo called the o this office and see to that and othUnited Telegraphers of North America Jim McKknzik wid in a speech at the er corrections, but last week we were A party of New York capitnlisle, sick and filed a communication without big Herndon gathering in honor of the including W. J. Arkell, proprietor of reading it. Tho printer, who had been next that there is no Judgo and Frank Leslio'a Illustrated be Lids week. taught to "follow copy even if it flies out reason why a man who had been scared Newspaper, have purchased n controllof the window," did so, and the result during the war should draw a pension, ing interest in tho Belle of Nelson diswas horrifying. Tho Holy Ghost was neither should the one who had been tillery. spoken of as II. G. and the Deity bare- hurt by fulling off a baggage wagon durA porter at Berlin carried the linen ly escaped appearing as J. Christ. Con- ing a retreat. Correct you are, Quinine, of a traveler, who had just arrived from tributors, for tho sake of Him just re- eminently so, but unfortunately that Hamburg, to tho disinfecting chambers IPe ferred to. and for our sake, please take class of cattle form a largo number ot and was taken down with a fatal case of to time to write out what you want to say. pensioners on this great aud paternal cholera within an hour. we to government of ours. Chicago has established quarantine democratic demOne of the greatest against Canada, and immigrants bound onstrations ever seen in Kentucky was Goon Da. Vood3, of the Gen. Ass., for the West will not bo allowed to at Herndon Friday, when the people of sends us word to read that "address" leave tho cars in passing through the his native land put the big pot into the more and the Courier-Journles3 and city. Immigrants who stop there will little one to welcome Hon. Adlai E. we mieht have different opinions as to Stevenson, who seems destined to pre- the governor's veto. This is another also be quarantined. T. R. McBeath was nominated for side over the next U. S. Senate. Over case of a doctor refusing to take his own Goods, circuit judge and Weed S. Cheef for goods 0,000 people were present and tho wel- prescription. we He has been forced to adMr. Stov mit that he had not read it himself, al- Commonwealth's attorney in tho come was most enthusiastic. be lowest. district,. Virgil Babbage, of enson's speech was chiefly devoted to though his name was attached to it. We the tariff. He put the democratic plat really fear our old friend is going to tho the Breckinridgo News, ran the latter a neck and neck race. when he said, "We bud since he got hayseed in his hair. form in a nut-shThe N. N. it M. V. has taken an for an economically administerare first Tug Homestead, whicn .I r. J. R. economical spasm, has shut out General ed government, a tariff for revenue only and against that menace to a free peo- Marrs started at Lexington sometime Passenger Agent W. II. Prouty anil Ben A. since, did not prove tho financial suc- Mitchell, general freight agent, and apple, the infamous force bill." cess that he bad fondly cherished, so its pointed L. F. Day traffic manager, who Gov. Brown Beems to be quite handy publication was discontinued and tho will take the place of both. with his pardon machine. Ho has re- type and presses brought back to LanIt is estimated that in tho United States the annual expenditure for public leased 80 convicts in less than a year, caster, where the Danwhile Gov. Buckner only pardoned 110 will hereafter appear. The first issue charitable institutions is fully $125,000,-000- , Fifteen Acre of Grass Land tltHatcd ville pike oppotlte Dr Steele Itiilcy. AImj oikI during the four yeare of his administra- reached us Saturday and liko all of Bro. and not less than $500,000,000 is in- I'm i, Sideboard and Carriage Call on or MRS M.J MILLER, tion. Governors may have better facili- Marrs' publications is a typographical vested in buildings and equipments for TIIKStanford, ky ties for obtaining evidence than juries beauty as well as well edited. carrying on the work of these instituana may have more knowledge of law tions. The presidential campaign, the chole than tho judges, but we rather doubt The result of tho cabinet meeting at both propositions. It is the hardest of ra scare nnd everything else have been Washington was the promulgation of a hard matters to convict the average law- shelved by the newspapers to give room circular prohibiting any vessel from a A : VALUABLE : HOTEL breaker and when occasionally he does for accounts of every movement of Sul- foreign port carrying immigrants from I'ROPERT get justice, it is not reassuriug to the law livan and Corbett, who are to fight for entering any port of the United States the championship of the world at New until having undergone a quarantine of At agents nnd attorneys of the mtniri, we will abiding pnblic to have tho governor before the court haute Jur in Stanford, Ky , n For the Fall season and all the new thin; s. Orleans The papers are 20 days. turn them out to go and sin again. chuck full ot the disgusting business nnd n After all the talk of a rescue of 12th, 1892, Ix these limes of cholera and bowel as it makes them sell like hot cakes, it Hall, the Virginia murderer and des- Between llie hours of 11 a n., and j p in .offer at troubles it would he well to remember must be the kind of matter tho average perado, confined at Wiao C. II., Va., public auction to the highest bidder I ho Hotel property known at the CAKI'KNTKK HO I'M:, the famous New York Sun cholera cure, citizen wants. none was made and tho man accused of tituatrd adjacent to the railroad depot in tald for Hotel buiinest town for which it is claimed that no one who 99 homicides was led quietly to his and the The location Home now tccciea liberal patronise THE GENERAL ASSEMBY. ever used it in time ever had the chol death. His neck was broken and he died and doe a profitable butlnes. New Ginghams, Pcnangs, Prints, &c. The Mle will be abtolute ami without rwervo era, it is also saiu to oe an excellent cash aud the remainder in three for of the General Assembly in 17 minutes. Tho House and annual remedy for ordinary summercomplaints. Thomas C. Piatt an- oqual uav of paymcnti, with tit per cent interett The largest and handsomest line of Ilambtirgs, Tcrchon and Linen refused by a vote of 27 to 41 to pass tho on the ale l'ottewlon will le from The formula is as follows: Equal parts corporation bill over the governor's nounces in a lengthy interview that ho second Monday in October. Other Riven lerint minor Edgings vc have ever shown. made known on day of talc. Title perfect. of tincture of ceyenne pepper, tincture veto. is back again in tho republican fold; that Stanford it the county teat of Lincoln cotintv, I rom Louisville Men's Shoes, acknowledged the best. and 130 rr.ilet from A Large stock of Emerson's of opium, tincture of rhubarb, essence of A new revenue bill prepared by the his Minneapolis soreness has vanished 11 103 milct with direct railroad conniption to both Cincinnati, of camphor. Mix revisory peppermint and spirits tytlrm and that he and his friends will support and alio to the South. It ha an extolleiit papula- committee was presented in the ot water works and elcitne lighla and a well. Dose 15 to 30 drops in a little cold Houso and ordered printed. It is claim- President Harrison. Of course ho de- tionof a,jo and it population, wraith and butt- water, according to age and violence of ed that it is a satisfactory compromise nies the reported deal. nwi are increasing, ft is in southern part of the rvgiuo and itt syitcm of turnpikes It symptoms, repeated every 13 or 20 min- between Lexington is enjoying another scan- ursu.patM-- by any other town or couuty in the j the objection of the governor State. The population is prosperous and nrogrrs--I utes until relief is obtained. and the pet features of thoso who clung dal. Signor Saverio D' Anna, for several stveand patronuet hotels liberally. M.C SAUFLEY. years professor of music at Sayro FeW H.MILLER Tub Woodford Sun describes Col. Ben- o the vetoed bill. male Institute, after a big row with his nett H. Young flying up the Louisville NEWSY NOTES. pretty young wife, has departed for parts Southern writing editorials for the Post unknown and the school is looking for and entertaining a pretty girl, both at It is reported from Merv that 2,000 another piano pounder. the eime time. The versatile colonel Afghans were killed in the last battle The Lexington young man, who admay be forced to the necessity of writing with the revolting Hnznras. vertised for agents to sell whisky and On Oct. 15, 1892, under such circumstances, but we rather Miss Nally, of Nelson county, didn't sold them $1 cases at $5.50, promising to And pursuant to a decrco of the Lincoln Circuit incline to tho opinion that most, if not like her so bIio blew the old Stock U.K. Court, return the amount when they got down ceatcd, the fine told on the premites atUentry.de. all of the editorials of his excellent pa- lady's brains out with a shotgun. public aucwill be business for n to work, did a of per aro evolved from the think-tank- s HhVran At Fall River, Mass., Lizzie Borden for using tho Will Finley and Charley Price, who can was remanded for trial on tho charge while, but ho is now in jail Stanford, it well watered, splendidly frniriyl mill mails for fraudulent purposes. give a majority of writers two in the of murdering her father and mother. Tho Pennsylvania railroad has comgame and then beat them. A New York woman fell down with promised with Rev. Dennis, of the Meth- Of fine land, with good reldence, bam a lead pencil in her hand and tho point now in the Most Call and secure bargains. Editor Emerson, of the Rusaellvillo entering her eye, penetrated tho brain odist church, who was run over by ono and stable thereon farm willoffirit belarnt is for sale 1 hit offered separate tracts and then as a whole, and of its trains in Louisville aud had both tn three Ledger, rises to remark in language not POST-OFFIC- E thooo bidsurthat bid accepted which amount to killing her instantly. legs and an arm cut oil, by paying his the moot, and will be sold on credits of A, it and iS so plain to tho average layman, as folAccording to the census the Metholows: "Thejanguorousnessof the sum doctors' bills, supplying him with artifi- months I'ostestlon for seeding purposes will he givee day is dead; the subtle suggestive-nes- s dist .Episcopal Church had 2,229,281 cial limbs and giving him $10,000 in mon- en and alter day of sale and full possession Janua- A. C. SINE mer J. N. MEN'EFEB ry ' 'SoJcommunicants in 1890, as against 1,707,-00- 0 ey. of the silent summer night is a For further information address at Mnnford or in 1SS0. R R. ArJ.II GKN'IRY. Profs. Kahler and Northeugale, of call on svveet memory only old Bethel and old Hill & Mc Roberts, p. q. Tho Mammoth Line steamer, Wes- Hamburg, claim that an enema of warm Logan throw open thoir portals marvelouB cures. and the boys and girls will be called tern Reserve, broke in two and all her salt water has worked crew and passengers, 28 in number, were In Borne cases where tho patients were to books. Farewell, a long farewell, to drowned, 6aveone. in such a state of collapse that it was imall our solitude." Italian emigrants en route to this possible to discern the pulse, recovery LOCUS! OBMTifflE : i Judge M. O. Lisle, of Winchester, country were stopped at Paris and ship- has followed the application of the enewas nominated for Congress in the 10th ped back to Italy at the expense of the mas. The claim is made that the death Lincoln Circuit (uurt rate of tho city has been reduced fully Emily II. Jones, district on tho 03d ballot. The conven- French government. Ac, Plaintiffs, Ofllce Sale In l'.uit Senator Hale, of Maine, says that 30 per cent, through this method. VI. tion was hold at Irvine and lusted three Joe C. Jones, &c , Dcftt. days. His competitors were Sublett, of Blaino will make no speeches during the Mr. Moody continues to condemn tho Ky virtue of a judgment of tho Lincoln Circuit Magoffin, Brooks, of Montgomery, and campaign, but that he will write a letter rendered prevalent whiaky drinking habits, and Court term, ib)i,inI the above styled case at tho Ocwill on tober Bowles, of Pike county. Harmony pre- covering tho political issues. Cholera talk was used by the bears suggests that the whisky sellers should vailed throughout tho meeting and ev21, 1892, givo up tho husiness oven if they starve erybody is in good trim to support the to produce a panic and wheat was forcor thereabout, on the premites, as a consequence, adding, "It would ho At ti o'clock a nominee, who is said to be a good man. ed down to 73c utChicago, Thursday, the to the highest Didder tne a splendid testimony for a man to leae sell at public nuitionproperty, following described lowest notch for several years. H. L. Howard announces "with difProf. McGee tells tho American As- behind him that ho died because ho A Blue-Gras- s Farm of 449 Acres, fidence" that he has assumed the edi- sociation for the Advancement of Sci- would not sell whisky and help ruin his Hood nndia Poles, Mr. Moody's How far torship of tho Harlan Republican. He ence that the duration of life on this fellowmen." Situated on tho water of tho Ilanglnc Fork, about Is Receiving- His words have led to any diminution of ij., miles west ol Stanford on the bhelby City pike ought to have added also "with shame," globe has been 15,000,000,000 years. and and adjoins the lands of ( A. Lackey, Jot, ami others and McAlister, Wm llurton, at leaBt that's tho way it strikes us a John Wileox-sou- , the negro who tho trailic or of tho drink habit, reports the Lewis K Jonei mm.Lawson further descrip- is tor do not say, but there is uniform testi- tion and metes and bounds, the pleadings and title man would feel editing a republican pa- murdered a young white man named herein Goods Warranted and a Perlect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. per in this good 'democratic land of Coffee, his object being robbery, was mony to the interest which tho services papers farm Is arc referred to. with cood dwelling well Improved Said have everywhere aroused. house, barns and other outbuildings; has an ours. Come over on the Lord's side killed by a mob in the Edmonton jail. abundance of water for all purpows and is suitable brother, and you won't feel so diffilor crowing hemp, corn, tobacco, wheat In a collision of freight trains on the How She Put It. "Yes, indeed," said grains, and it one of tho bent farms in theand small county, dent. Louisville Southern, sir miles laud, in a high state of culMiss Breeker, "the early, bird catches all fertile No, i Stock Karm. tivation ana lin ' James Robinson, engineer, tho worm." Gov. J. It. Hinpman tells the ColumI'arm it susceptible of division Into two was killed and three brakemen badlv tractf, one 350 Acret and tho other of about aoo bia Spectator that while he is not a seek"It does seem to be an incontroverti- Acret, each tract fronting on the turnpike toad ble fact," said Miss Emerson, of Bos- Said farm will first be offered in two parcels at er for the rather empty honor of tho hurt. locomotive engineer named A Davis and then as a whole tract, and the offer realdemocratic nomination for Congress in testified having ton, "that the anticipatory avis secures above the most money will be declared. izing overheard a conversation ijald sale will be mado on a credit of (5, ia and 18 the 11th, he will accept it if tendered between two men who were acquainted the prematurely active vermicular spec- months. In equal installments. Ilonds required of the purchasers, bearing 6 per cent. Interest from him and make an active canvass. The with tho party guilty of the Borden imen." Judge. day of sale until paid, with rood personal iccurity Perfectly rafc, economical, no smoke, no ashes, no soot; cook in hall governor is n power in his country and murders. and having the force and effect of a judgment; a rural editor tells of "a lien also retained on tho land till all tne purchase A truthful the time. The housekeepers task made easy. If you stranger things than his election, if nom-- A Cincinnati Southern train carry- farmer who raised 1,000 bushols of pop- money Is paid. bo made for u division or the prowish to Said tale will have happened. inated, ing a party of "Pittsburgh sports" to tho corn last year and stored it in a barn. ceeds among the heirs of L R. Jones, deed. G. M. IlAVISON, While the Old World is sending us New Orleans pugilistic carnival, when Tho bam caught fire, the corn began to Matter Com'r Lincoln Circuit Court. about two miles north of Nicholasville, pop and filled a ten-acAn old field. For information call on or address J. D., E. II. ship loads of cholera, we aro returning C. struck a buggy in which were Mrs. J. F. man in a neighboring pasture had de- or I. S. Jones, Stanford. Ky. Farm we will abovo tell them good for evil by shipping them Farra l. At the sale of theStock, Cropt nnd FarmBuy her a Gasoline Stove at and two children. One babe was fective eye sight, saw the corn, thought at public auction all the cargoes of gold. Saturday $2,000,000 of 1. 1). JONKS, on tho Farm. ing Ufintllt E H.JONES, the precious metal was snipped from instantly killed and the mother and re- - it was snow, and laid down and froze to J C.JONES. 51 maining child can not recover. New York. death." deaths en route. Tho vessels were placed in quarantine and the mails, after being fumigated were brought The president has issued a n?hore. proclamation forbidding any ship lauding at our ports from a foreigu country until it has undergone the quarantine regulations. It is getting rather lato in tho season for the scourge to affect us much this year, but wo may expect to suffer its ravages next year. The cleanest town will fare tho best. Begiu now to thoroughly clean up and disinfect. S300.000 of vice-preside- W. P. WALTON. 4 FOR THE LOUISVILLE STORE 8 PBICES 3 WAY If you want anything in and prices, as IWWNo them at prices that will can show you the biggest assortment in our departments ever brought Stanford. Having bought these goods for cash, were enabled buy al Eliza-bethtow- n Our prices will always Clothing, Shoes or Dry examine our don't allow anybody to undersell us in any line. the ell WATCH OUR NEXT WEEK'S ADVERTISEMENT. HAYS, Manager. 4 Main Street, Stanford, Ky. IFOIR, Record-Homeste- ad SXiE. WE HAVE RECEIVED -- iw PUBLIC SALE First Shipment Dress Goods Tal-to- Monday, Sept. isetcc-llent COME AND &WE OTVJDlllANCEi & 8J)Rro one-four- I Illuc-Gra- tt I 53-t- d Pins Stock Farm 'For Sale. Saturday, -j W.BJcR0BERT2, DUTJCOIST, step-mothe- r land-ollic- o Contains about 305 Acres ltlue-Gra- Toilet Articles, School Books and Stanford. ROOM. tt Illue-tira- REAR OF ft - s-- SINE & MENEFEE, Proprietors of The and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. Commissioner's Sale UR STANFORD LUMBER YARD, H.6.R0PLEY,-- Wodnosday.Sopt, 1 iSmhmmiE m$ - froml-aw-rencebur- Illue-Gru- ss GASOLINE COOK .' STOVE long-dreade- d' ro Keep a Smile on Your Wife's Pace, B. K. & W. H. WEAREN'S. i I "f nBiV WVJHBIWtwtotWWW wi wm Ti f stolfsmlhi h&tfac. -- SsVj . i Semi-Week- ly fr r f & Tho largest Baptist church in the Shelled oata, will pay high- world is in India and tho membership est market price. U. K. & W. II. Wear-e- n. foots up 12,000. Btantoiu), Ky., SEiTCMiinn 8, 1892 Gut a cool, retreBiilug bath at Jcbso The new Methodist Church, South, ThoiupBon'H. at Middlesboro, will bo dedicated next Rkmkmiibk tho sale of Locust Grove ll.o. CaH'Load of salt jiint received at J. II. Stock Farm on Wednesday, Sept. 21st. Thursday evening. Rov. W. T. Rolling The Summer is past and Autumn is upon us. We must now lay will preach tho sermon. HIlton'B, Rowland. J. D.. K. II. and J. C. Jones. aside the gauzy fabrics and come to The next meeting of tho Tate's PERSONAL POINTS. Don't forget tbo sale of Locust Grove Tin; malo academy will open this Creek Association will bo held at Tate's Mn.W. II. McKoiibiits is in Ciiicin. stock farm on Sept. 21st. morning. 1'rof. It. F. Johnson's wife Church, in .Madison, when tho centennnti. if tho attendance- justifies nial of ita organization will bo celebratRkmkmhcii your account is due. Please will assist him Misfl Emma Hakkii wont to Lawrence-bur- g ed. it. The best place to find these things, both for ladies and gentlemen, call and settle. W. R. McRoberta. yesterday. John Pope waa installed os deacon is at lighta been turned Havk tho electric visiting Misa Allik IIkkiiiuckb I of the Rowland Presbyterian church To Ioan. 1,000 on real estate securion? Well no, not that anybody knows Sunday. friends in Somerset. Rev. Ren Helm will hold a ty. Address Rox 10, Lancaster, Ky. of, but they do say they aro to be this Kuoknk IIuhiiahi) left Saturday for St. service at this church Friday afternoon A pum. supply of hosoand nozzles will week. Let us pray. Louis to outer school. next at 3.H0 to receive members. PiiuwiTT, of Louisville, is bo found at R. K. & W. H. Wear- Mim Susie The Somerset Reporter Bays that will have a Rankkiis and others We are now prepared to clothe the children for school in everywith Mrs. M. K. Daviecs. on's. chance to go to Canada cheaply on tho Kids. Alton Ballon and R. D. Hording thing they need. Flannels, Whip Cords, Storm Serges, Henriettas, . . .Mn. G. W. Stiipiiknh spent Sunday Tn Q. tfc C. will tiko you to Lookout 8th. Tho L. it N. will anil tickets from are holding a meeting at Mt. Olivet, Ca- - Mohairs, bcotch Homespuns, Camels Hair Suitings, &c, &c. These with hl8 family at Danville. Mountain, Tenn., on the 7th, for $5 50 hero to Montreal for $10.30 tho round Bey county, which had had 00 additions goods range in prices from from IOC to $i 75 per yard. We are in Miss Dkm.a Haiilan, of Boyle, has tho round-trip- , which includes n ride up trip. Stop overs allowed nml tickets to last reporta, 45 by baptism, 3 by let- shape to accommodate visiting relatives here. been ter, 0 reclaimed and b from tho Bap good till 2l)th mountain and back, is back from n the Miu 11. G. Ai.roit Whilk Kb Doty was riding from tists.Three of leugthy stay in Anderson county. Tub director, of tho Lincoln Fair are Gen. S. Bolivar Buckner's Crab Orchard n few days ago, his horse requested to meet at tho Mim Mi.nnik VanAiwhai.k, of staff of Confederate officers afterwards o'clock to stumbled and fell and his neck striking became bishops in tho Episcopal church. is visiting Mrs. II. J. Meltob-ert- s. next Saturday afternoon at Our stock of Trimmings and Trimming Silk, both in. plain and on a rock it snapped like a pipo stem. settle up the affairs of thu association. Lieut. Col. Gallchcr rose to bo bishop of Mr. Doty,' who is a brother of a former changeable, was never better. Miss Maiiy Mykiih lelt Friday to reLouisiana, Capt. Klliott to bo bishop of (iKoiulK Ghaoo, who is injail for safe- contributor to our column, Mrs. Clare You had better sec our Kid Gloves, Underwear, Corsets, Ribbons, sume her position In Millcrsburg Col Texaa and Capt. Harris to bo bishop of keeping for tho killing of a Rell county Doty Traylor, waa badly hurt about the a &c, before you buy. We also want the gentlemen to examine our leue. Northern diocese. Another member head and the chances are against his re, Miss Mahv Vaknos wunt to Middlos-bor- o mnn, made a profession of Christ Sunof this celebrated staff, Adjutant and af- stock of Clothing and Fnrnishings, Shoes, Hats, Underwear, &c, beyesterday to seo after her interests day and was baptized by Ruv. Ren covery. fore buying. terward Brig. Gen. Shoup, is now a Helm. thuro. Stanfoiid Fkmai.e Com.i:ob will throw noted for his piety. Mu. H. O. Hwi.kv has boon on a visit Tub Chesapeake fc Ohio ia tho official open its doors at 8:30 this morning for "Ah, can I hope, Viola?" said the to bis daughter, Mrs. It H. Ilourigan, in route to the G. A. R. nt Washington and what promises to be a most successful sehsion. The teachers have nil arrived, young lover. "There ia no apparent Marion. tho rate is only $11.50 from Stanford for Mr. Hamilton," responded Misa Mips Olivia W. Summers, of Abingdon, Misa Moi.uk Dauqiikiity went to Ixw Tickets good for a the round-trip- . Va., with her sister, Misa Jennie, being Rackbay, severely, "why you aro menisvillo Saturday to visit Mrs. Win. It. month. the first to come. .Mies Summers is n tally incapable of hoping, a8 you would Veatch. Misa Lucy Pulmau, of the Shelby At least seven items in n neighboring graduate of Stonewall Jackson Institute, seem to imply by tho use of the auxiliaWheelbarrows, Cross Cut Saws, Fencing Wire and Staples, Baling City vicinity, is tbo guest of Shelbyvillo paper of lust week wire taken from the in tho literary course, and of art in Mips ry verb 'can.' Rut if, as I infer, you Jouiinai. without credit, but Raid win's school at Staunton, Va., being meant to make your interrogation in the Wire, Horse Shoes and Nails, Toilet, Chamber and Dinner Sets. Intbiuoii relatives. Wo eimp'y want to let it one of only six who have ever graduated potential mood and inquire whether you M- - ask Miw. J. L. HosK,of Junction wo don't care. there. She is n daughter of Col. Sum- may hope, I should say no, you may City, wero up Friday on business and know, you know, that wo know it. mers, of tho noted 00th Virginia Confed- not." Chicago News. f pleasure. Tub bust rain that lias fallen since erate regiment, and alio comes highly Mn. John L. Watkiw, after a serious Always on hand. All goods sold lastMay mint ill 3 a. m. MEANS BUSINESS." "spell of fever, has been visiting his ed till nonrly nonn. yesterday and Mif endorsed both ua a teacher of art It win far from and elocution. Misa Kate F. Worley, of Evdravino beautifully nnd artistically brother here. flciunt, but it helped tho waning stock Nashville, arrived yesterday. She will done at A. R. Penny's. Mips I'attib Goocu spent last week at cooler," teach tho primary department, nml also Roy your hooks and hcliool supplies of Brodheml and is now the guest of Miss water supply some. "Clearing, Or taken back. Goods promptly delivered. ia the forecast for all kinds from A. K, Penny, who sells Maymo Lynn. coined highly recommended. In addithem at publisher's prices." Miss Mom.ii: Fin:, of Richmond, is Twins. Tho wife of W. A. HainHto u tion to experience us a teacher, sho has Havk your watch, clock and jeweiry the guest of Mi6S Annie Hale and Mrs. of the McKiuney section, khvo birth to just completed a course at tho l'eubody repaired at A. R. Penny's. All work Sue Ilaughman. two giiis Saturday, 0 and 10J pounds Normal College. Misses Louis Tipton warranted. Rbmemubr thatall silverware, watches, Unnv Nkvivh, who has been clerk for respectively. Tho father offen-i- l to pay and Gertrude Carroll Howard, of Dyers-burrings, Ac, bought at A. R. Penny's will Ton n , and Ghent, Ky., also ar- bo engraved free of charge. J. It. Foster, matriculated atGeorgotown Dr. Alcorn double price if he would not They havo been with College yiwtortliiy. go through McKiuney and tell about rived yesterday tho institution two years each in the deMishim Mattik and Sam.ii: Hacki.ky, it. NKW ADVKRTISEME.VI8. partments of mathematics and Latin and aro visiting their cousin, Mrs. Sullie Hal About closed out our stock of Spring Clothing; only a few Suits left, I DKsnttt to return my hearty thanks music, and havo established reputations lard, nt Faint Lick. which we offer at for tho liberal patronage I have n ceivod as excellent and painstaking teachers. .. BT , Misa Si'K Cozatt, of Parks villi, leaves TJ from the people of Rowland and vicinity Mies Howard took another course in the today to visit the family of Prof. T. K. STANTORD. KY., and nsk ns an especial favor that they the Conservatory of Music, Cincinnati, Clelland, nt Pontine. III. House, Sign, Decorative Painter Miss Katk F. Woiu.sy, of Nashville, continue tho, eamo with my successors, this summer, and still further peifected and Paper Hanger. head of the primary department of tho Messrs. Stephens & Knox. Very res- herself in thu divine art. They aro both KilimaU-furnished. pectfully, Isaac Hamilton. College?, arrived yestenlay. cordially welcomed back by tho patrons Country work lolicited 5M"i Just received a new stock of the of thu boliool and others, who hold them Mu. W. G. Lackky loft Friday to take To tub School TitusrKKH of Common In high esteem. With tho principal, a professorship in tho branch of Central Sciiooijs. Owing to tho fact thutnt this MYERS HOUSE . 'i University at KlUnbothtown. Prof. J. M. Hubbard, in tho schools of Reason of thu year I am compelled to mental and moral science and ancient Mus. It. Zimmek, Charlie and F.laa and visit all tho district schools in tho counMrs. Win. Ijindgraft spent Saturday ty and furthermore that about SO of languages and his accomplished wifu in P. W. GREEN, Prop. English literature, natural science and with Mrs. N. Miller, at Ijtncaster. them need redisricting, I will be at my modjrn languages, thu faculty is ono of KoiiKiir McKkk, Ksq., of Danville, was otlico only on Saturdays and court days very Itest in Kentucky and tho This Hablc, which U run In connection with the hero Sunday. Seo another paragraph until about tho 1st of November. W. F. tho Myers House, lias been supplied with In Stiff and Soft Hats, Caps, &c. In the Shoe line we can offer you school ought to enjoy tho most success in this column for tho ennso of his visit. McCIary, County Supt. anything for ful session in its history. A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, now Misa Mattii; IIuchius, who Buggies, Wagons, Tub stock of goods purchased of Mr. 'making her homo in Ixjuiavillc, has been MT. VERNON, R0UKCASTLE COUNTY. leant Hamilton by Messrs. Stephens And Drummer's Suppl o and Is better than ever on a visit to her mother, in this coun- Knox prepared to supply tho public with and was purinvoiced The firm of McKenzio it Raker havty. As low as any House in town. RIGS OP ALL KINDS. chased at cost without enrraige. Mr. ing dicsolvt'd by mutual consent, Mr. Mini Amiib Dallou left yeaterday to to hia farm. Hamilton had been in business II) years Ruker will move back Personal and prompt attention given tu Wedding', resume her position in the collego at E. &V. Collars, Neckwear, Hosiery, Puff Shirts, etc. Trunks and Rev. D.T. Lamb fell in front of A. 1'articsaud Ilurials. and S months and at the time of his Rale Penniugton'a store and broke his knee Clifton Forge, Va., much to tho regret of P V. GREEN, Proprietor. Valises, Umbrellas and Gum Coats. George," cmv, which will cause tho leg to always only owed $1(5 90. "Four-dollAt, BURNS. Manager. her friends. as ho is known, has by hia strict atten- bo" star. Mn. Ciias. II. Mooitit, an extensive We have a few pairs of Shoes and Slippers that were slightly damJudge T. .. Morrow and Hon. Wm. tion to business nmdu lota of money and Salo farmer of ltushvillo, III., and his ihugh-teOK aged by removal at our recent fire that we will sell regardless of cost. Homdou are both hero and opened court can now rest at ease thu balance of his Miss Kate, wero tho Ktiesta of hia F. Robbitt ia attendon time. Hon. 14 Choice Jacks, Several Stallift) without touching thu principal. ing couit. cousin, M. 1). Klmoro. lions and other Stocks, &c. Thu water works at this place nru I)k. John Monti an Sims, of Anchorage, As administrator of Kd McRoberta 1 not so extensive as those of Stanford, Uobeit Leo Sims, of Tuscumbia, Ala., will Bell at public auction in front of tho but they aro good. Two of cur citizens A administratrix of W. G Hubble, det'd, I will and Joo Johnston Sims, wero all with on next county court day havu a good supply furnished their resby pipe lines nnd their mother Sunday. following of his effects. Two shares idences from springs WEDNESDAY, OCT 5, '92, the Mn. John J. MiItoiiKivra has been of stock in the L. A: N. railroad, buggy hydraulic pressure. "Sleepy Hollow" Stock Farm, In Lincoln Tommie Adams spent Sunday at olected secretary of tho Lincoln County and harness, saddle, full set of carpen- home. Miss Lucilu Jopliu is visiting At county, 7 miles est of Stanford, near the nnd Tunienville turnpike, Ilullding & Savings Association in place ter's tools, including a mortising ma- her sister, Mra. Tom Brooke, of Paris. tale all the pcrtoual property ofoffer at public the deccaiwl, .Dealers In. has gono to Louis- Thl property consliti of a herd of 14 choice jack M. Williams of J. II. Raughman, resigned. chine, furniture, consisting of beds, Dr. J. to complete his studies in thu and junneta, two saddle ttalhont, On Time iad ville Hart Denmark; is brood maro, addlc and driv Mus. 11. F. Johnson, wife of tho prin- chairs, clock, stove, gold watch as good A. inn horw ; 3 aiiLkliug colu, a pairs of work mule, medical college. James Houk, cipal of tho Stanfard Academy, arrived as new, lot of fencing lumber, and varimule, a lot of iS extra Davis and C. C. Williams aro having t pair very fine R. K, nice yearling mulct; 14$ sheep, sow and shoat, . a well dug in front of the church. from Miaouri Saturday and they have ous other things. J. K. Rruce, Admr. cow and calvev 3 yearling cattle T. Fish, R. K Thompson and R. L. Jop...AND.. Alto all farming uteuills, neatly new, includmi; taken rooms nt Mrs. Rannio Burk's. hay rake a corn phinteri., mower, took in tho Williamsburg fair. 100 Fkkt. Mr. R. J. O. Howo attach- liu wagon, Xc. Ac. a Miba Summkks, of Abingdon, Va., art A number of prominent citizens of plow s, a on horse and springcorn, oat, Arc Alo The tho farm, hay, all crops teacher at thu College, arrived Friday ed a hosu to tho lire plug at Walton's this county havo suggested a plan by Farir. of 335 Acres, nearly all of which Is n grass, night. Her sister, Miba Jennie, accom- Opera House and with only 78 pounds which Rockcastle could bo well provided will bo rented privately Kor catalogues and particular, address Cjuccnsware, Glassware, Tinware, Lamps, Chamber Sets, Dinner with number of good turnpikes withMUS. M J. Hl'IlllLE, Ailm'x. panied her and will enter bcIiooI nt that pressure throw the water away ovor in thua next few years. Thu idea ia ,to Shelby City, Ky. and lightning rod of the thu cupola Sets. Also agents for the Empire Wheat Drill. institution. tho county purchase a rock crushc As tho engines are capa- havo ing outfit, including a traction engine 'to The Shelby Sentinel tella of an elegant PUBLIC SALE OF Junie'a Pickett's in hon- ble of sending tho water down at 200 run it with and draw it from place to hop givou nt Mr. dill'orent roads as desired. over or of Misa Ann Shanks, of this place. pounds pressure, it will be seen that wo placecountythe out of debt nnd the needia and a roy-a- t aro in pretty good ix to fight most any The amount can bo procured without Somo 50 couples wero present kind of a fire. Tho railroad company ed time was had. , raising tho tax rate any higher than it is The undersigned will on toat present. Stone in inexhaustible Mn. Tn.Konn Mkbskh baa not moved will begin taking water at Rowland 'will day, for which it will pay $50 a month. quantities can bo had right beside, ami MONDAY, OCT. 17, 1892, bis family to Rowland as stated, but in a larco number of them, in tho roml-bnremain nt hia present homo. Ho waa All the citizens who havo had pipes put e door in the town of shallj keep constantly on During the year 1S92 I the itself, and would require but little moving Bomo other man's family and tho in their houses are delighted with tho hauling beyond scattering tho metal over to the Kv.mi o'clock n. m.. offer at public sale hand a full and complete stock of highest bidder, the lollowing tracts of way tho water comes to them and adviso the loads. Tho road law wo now havu land reporter got things mixed. thro'-oTirst A tract ol land In Mercer county. Ky , W. Knolkman, who baa inndo everybody to take. At $5 a year for n ia an excellent ono and tho roads Harrodsburg Jons of the county aro receiving better at on the east sideand the Danville and it is much cheaper than go about 4'., miles from llarrods-burjturnpike road considerable reputation asn trainer, will single faucet said land beloc bounded on the north tention than ever before. They aro in and for Senator Stanford's Palo ing to tho well. leavo many places graded up in good shape for tide by the lands of Wesley anarsdall. on the - south bv the llellows Mill road, on the east by the need that nec- lands of K. W, Kastland and on the west by the ARfJ Stock farm in California, whore he Ouu flno old democratic friend, Undo applying stono and only MHnr' artic 6 to complete tho 10b and Danville and Hurrodsburc turnpike road, and lias necurcd a position to train. SOth Logan Daweon, celebrated his make" good turnpikes. A small crusher containing M3ncres, rood and 30 square poles Mercer county, Ky., of land Second. Mn. AsiiLEY LiLLAim will leavo for birthday Friday and his friends surprisMy stock of by running several months each year east of the A tract and in Harrodsburt; turnpike Danville about tbo Virginia Military institute at Lex- ed him by spreading a dinner of tho could furniah enough material within road, but not olndinc on taid road, andbounded i'-being on accompanied by his most inviting character. Besides sub five or six yeara to macadamize all the miles frombyllarrodsburc, and road, and on the ington tho llellows Mill of road the north by Lillard, who returns Btantials of nearly every variety, thero main highways bo tho county. as The proa- - east lv the same road, and on the southlands the aister, Misa Sftdio continued of Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure at workings could lands of Hardin and on the west by the my customers of waa a huge cako with his initials on it ent. Lot them continue grading and Wesley Vanartdall and the land of W, II. Eastto tbo Stonowall Jackaon Institute. land, and containing about 147 acres, be the same drompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas waa surrounded nrenarinu for tho advent of thu crusher. more or less, Mn. II. IS. Wabk, who waa up from in pink letters, and this D.VLTon in charge. in Merpile tho Btono and havo the Third A tract of land situated A. R. PENNY. Washington county Saturday, tolls us by smaller ones, fruita and flowers, ar- Quarry and Iloyle c, Kentucky, and crusher come alone propelled by its cer and partly side of count Danville and Harthe not Buffered for rain at ranged in a very tasteful manner. Seat- traction encinc. make n "set" and urind It ine on the east road, though not binding on that thoy havo rodsburg turnpike all in hia Bection and that tho crops aro ing tho old gentleman and Ilia wife at up tbo stone as they come to it. By this said pike, and about 5 miles from the town of Danville, aud bounded on the north by the Bellows good. Ilia wheat averaged 28 bushels tho head and foot of the table, thoy wero nlan it is behoved we can havo tine Mill road, on tho south by the Mock Mill road, on bcBt of turnpikes, and the east by the land ol A. W. Eastland and on the if per ncro and ho is holding il up for abet- waited on in royal stylo and mado to roada not the We d cstrc to tell cur I nm tuiMiK m, be derived from west by the lands of S I. Kastland, and these beDEALER A clear tbo immense benefits to heartily enjoy thomselyes. C. tracts of land ter prico. of increased value of ing the sametrustee of Mrs. E.conveyed to J. aud them in the way Kastland a. CalJwell as : 100 : Misskb Louis Tiiton and Gertrude democratic record from Jackson to Cleve- lands is incalculable. Tho matter 1b be others by deed ol date April nth, 1893, and said yesterday. Misa How land ia the way Undo Logo's political ing serioiiBly considered and will likely deed being of record In both Doyle county and Well Improved, 45 acres to co In wheat. It has a Howard arrived Mercer county. And Country Produce, house, ice the first two parcels of land urd has been on n visit to Miss Tipton account stands and ho ia going to add bo nlaced before tho county court for In making the sale which join, wilt be offered as No. dwelling in011 it, good barn, buggy spring and yard, two wells, fine house, cabins investigation. Clove-lauabove described, and - another star to it by voting for Urge pond, .Vc. All unded good Has opened his stock of goods and Is ready to serve inr n month at hor homo in Dyeraa whole and then offered separately and that bid spring house, or tbepeopleof Stanford aud vicinity. He is offer(.'all oil address bringstho in Novoraber. May ho bo spared Tenn., which Bhe greatly enjoyed. in Tennesso con- accepted whichsold by ttselfmost money The third fence, ing unheard of llargalns and all who want burg, Tho mino troubles parcel will be J M. UROWNiWIFK, s goods at tho lowest possible prices should yet many years to enjoy birthday genTKKMS mad? known on day of sale. tinue and there ia a prospect of a " liotuaro loottiuj, "u" UUU1" kuuu hlra on Logan Avenue, near Lancaster pike. Near McKlnney, Ky. 5J.4W J. C CALDWELL, Agt, Aug. a, gi. and vote democratic tickets. eral strike. to enter upon their school duties. Interior Journal CITY AND VICINITY. Mixrd Sncra at A. A. Warren's Mod- Tub McKinnoy baseball club did up the KhiKavillea Saturday 8 to I. CHURCH AFFAIRS. el Grocery. Wantkd. Autumn is Here Somethin ubstantial The New Gash Store. wawon.dus. Munaner - Hnr-rodsbu- rg, court-hous- e All Classes of Buyers. .'1 D-- J. S. HUGHES. ren-so- n, Fresh Stock of GfRGCzblSS GUARANTEED as REPRESENTED, MoKDSriTEY BROS. to-da- g, HAVE TYIL F. A STI s Greatly Reduced Prices. Qn NEWE dOIl xxrs.Hir STABLE well-know- n t LADIES, GENTS AND CHILDREN, 1 FIRST-CLAS- S ar r. Administratrix':: M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. Court-Hous- o McCor-mat- k FARRIS & HARDIN YV HABBWABBc r, fur-th- ei STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, d Court-Hous- e. ValuableFarming Lands A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER " d e Courl-Hou- Dan-lll- r. ut j, to-da- y 1 Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. ToiletArticles Glass, Books, t, WiSLTCKES, CLOCKS & JEWEX.RV 111 GoodFarmFor Sale.. 1 C, jj. pcnanEM,, -IN-:- Containing Acres, General Merchandise, d din-ncr- ji-t- d ..? ..xJt - '.n. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal . ONE OF US TWO. TO W. 1. W. -- 659 am .. The da r 111 dawn when one of us will hearken 5 i boutn, In vain to hear a voice that has grown dumb, trains also carry passengers. The latter The above ((calculated on standard time, Solar And morns will fade, noons pale and shadows darken, ti me is about so minutes faster. While sad eyes watch for fort that never come. & CRESCENT ROUTE. QUEEN One of us two mustsometime face existence Trains pass Junction City as lollows: Atont with the memories that but sharpen pain; ; Fast C. Special taioam p. m.; And these sweet days shall shine back In the dis Mail 11:57 p m.; New Orleans Limited tance, Special 8.40 p in. & C. Special 1 16 a m.; Blue Like dreams of summer dawns, in nights of rain. ; Cincinnati Limited 1:48 Grass Special 6 00 a ra. p. m.; Fast Mail .iS p. m One of us two, with tortured heart halt broken, Shall read letters through salt tears. Shall kiss with anguish lips each cherished token, That speaksof these delicious years. Local Freight North Tho following; beautiful lines by Elln tnibllshod Evory Tuosday and Friday Wheeler Wilcox were called to mind by at a Bimilnr touching poem recently published in the Interior not so paid S2.50 will le charged.TsW Journal, and taken from tho scrap-booof his deceased wife by tho editor of that K.b. LOCAL TIME CARD. paper. Tho thought bo vividly presentTrain nave Rowland at 7.00 a. m., returning ed hore must some day occupy tho at (5:20 p. m. mind of every devoted husband and L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. wife, and to them as well as to him to .1339 Pm Mtil tram going North whom it is more especially presented, South " .. Express train " South ..it 55 P this poem is earnestly commended: -- ... 3iS-North Skmi-Wkkkly k For many yenrs Mr. B. F. Thompson, of Des Moines, Iowa, was severely afflicted with chronic diarrheca. He says: "At times it was very severe; so much so that I feared It would end my life. About seven years ago I chanced to procure a bottle ol Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhea Uemedy. It gaume prompt relief and I Leliye cured mo permanently, as I now cat or drink anything I please without harm. I have also used it in my lamily with the best results." Forsaleby Dr. M L. Bourne, Druggist and Optician, Stanford, n.y. This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special mention. All who have used Electric Hitter sing the same song of praise A purer medicine docs not exist aVid it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Klcctric Bitters will cure all disease of the Liver and will remove Pimples, Hoils, Salt Kheumand other affections caused by impure blood. Will drive Malari.1 from the svstem and prevent as well as cure nil Malarial Fevers. Porncureof Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try Elec tric Miners, nntlrc satisfaction gnurantced or aioney refunded Price 50c and i per bottle A. It. Penny's drug store Kid-nej- NEW BUTCHER SHOP. CARRIAGE PAINTING. I have just opened a Lancaster street, where first-clas- ICE ANT) BEER. I will deliver Ice every morning to families in Stanford and vicinity at 50 cents per ! pounds; for so to ioo pounds at the rate of 60 cents, and s 1 Butcher Shop on hao opened ashopoer Wm Daugherty'aand nm prepared to do all kinds of vehicle painting in will keep at all times style and at reasonable rates. Give me under to pounds at inr rate 01 75 cents : : HUCrE.A.I'S call. JOHN II DcNAKDI. 49 I call special snlion to the John Urcnner llrewing C..'s Celebrated I X. L. licer, for which that can be cbtained, w hich I will sell at tho marite ket price. I have a tine, now, large refrigerator Write for prices. and meats will nlavs be kept fresh and nice K 1IREMKR, Stanford, Ky. 48 I mo VEST. JULIAN 1 THIS first-cla- BE5S1" MONUMENTS Ofjall Electric Blttora. klndt, Lost or Stolen. RED AND WHITE SCKt'D STELR, weight about 900 pounds, rather paunchy and horns turned up Was taken or escaped from a pasture I had rented hear Htittonvillc last week. Keward lor his return or for iuforiiittion leading to his re1 S TKVIS, covery, . Shelby City, K 3 Mado and Sot Up in All Parts of tne country. & 41 Notioo I All persons Indebted to tho firm nt Chadwlck, Ilalley ft Co. will please call and pay their account's, eifl.cr to me or John It. Ilalley at Crab Orchard. I mean A 1.1 30-4- 1 O. P. NEW LAND, Assignee. No Agents employed. ipn W. ADAMS 196m No. Broadway, Lexington, Ky. SON, NOTICE Is hereby given that our offer to furnish freo wire-inga- THE F. RILEY U. HOUSE Dealer In IlILEY, Proprlotor. South-bound-- Blue-Gra- j;; ss North-bounJ-- ed 00YAI One of us two shall find all light, all beauty, All joy on earth, a tale forever done; Mull I now henceforth that life means only duty Oh. God I Oh, God I have pity on that one I lamps to persons ordering lights pipings Hires at cost to those ordering water, will expire Mr Frank Huffman, a young man of Burlingon Septembers, 1891, After that date the Stanford ton, O., states that he had been under tho care of two prominent physicians and used their treat- Water, Light and Ice Co will furnish nil supplies ment until he was not able to get around. They required at reasonable prices. A-HOWE PI MP ENGINE CO. jt pronounced his case to be Consumption and Incurable. He was persuaded to try Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds and at that time was not able to walk across the I street without resting. He found before he had used half of a dollar bottle that he was much better! he continued to ute it ami I trwilav pninTlnc good health. If you have any throat, lung or chest trouble try it. Trial botUe free at A. R In the corporate limits of Rowland. Penny's drug store. . H. I. DARST. Rowland. AWondor Workor. London, 71 - - - Kontucky. FRANK RII.KV. Foreign and Domestic Fruits, I have moved to my new Hotel and am bettei prepared than ever to accommodate the public. Good Livery attached and every convemencs denied. Give me a call. Confectioneries, Ac. lias with him a first class baker and can lurniih Sr read. Cakes and the Me on short netire. For Salo Noticoto tho Traveling Public. I HOTEL AND SALOON AT ROWLAND I offer for sale privately luv frame Hotel and Saloon at Rowland, which arc now renting at $"j tier month. It is centrally located and a fine peint lor business, being at a terminal point en a division of the L. ft N !i has gwl well, stable, coal house and other necessary outbuildings. Address s MKh. MARY C. FKHRII.L, Manford. Twenty Bulldiiijj Lots THE SIIEXTON HOUSE have had ZFOIR, S.A.LIE. i AKlK6 POWDER Absolutely Pure A Cream of Tarter Baking all in leavening strength Government Food Report. KOYAL I1AKING roWDERCO , 106 Wall street, New York. The above, which is reproduced from Representing tho Richmond Register is sincerely appreciated. The kind friend who insertHartford, of Hartford, Conn., ed it has passed through the dark valloy Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. in the shadow of the death of n beloved Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, Ducklln'aArntca Salvo. wife, and knows as no other person, who " The best salve in the world lor cuts, bruises Ins. Co. 01 North Amonca, not similarly suffered, can, the has sores, ulcers, salt rheum, feer sores, tetter, chapCompanies. I would All of which are all skin crap and overpower ped hands, chilblains, corns and no py requir- he pleased to wait on my friends in this line. Pol. tions and positively cures piles, or promptly issued. Will insure against tornictes ing weight of grief and dreary desola- ed. It is guaranteed to give, perfect satisfaction. ado, wind storms tiHd lightning. Lightning claut-e- s money per hi, attached without additional charge tion that consumes nlmost the very vi- or sale by refunded. 1'rice at, cents Ky. A R. Penny. For Office at First National Hank, Stan find. tals. A good wife is God's best gift to man and the loss of such an ono is tho severest trial any ono can undergo. II ghest ot Powder When Daby was sick, wo gave her Cutorla. Latest United State m Ant-clas- Frank Cornelius, of Purcell, Ind. Ter.. says: "I induced Mr Pinson, whose wife had paralysis in the face, to buy a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. To their great surprise before the bottle had ail been used she was a great deal better. Her face had been drawn to one side; but the Pain Balm relieved all pain and soreness and the mouth nssumed its natural shape." It is also a certain euro for rheumatism, lamo back, sprains, swellings and lameness jo cent bottles for sale by Dr. M L. Bourne, Druggist and Optician, Stanford, Ky. A Curo for ParnlyBlB. J. II. IIAUGIIIIIAK, FIRE AND STORM INSURANCE AGENT At Rowland repainted and nlctly furnished and have in connection with Hotel one of the belt saloons in the State, open day and night; a night man meets all trains In cimn tlon with Home have also line of the beat Mineral wells In ih. Main and for reference to water, call nn Mr and Mrs G W. Patrick. Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Floyd Ingram, Erin, Tenn . A. A. Warren, Stanfoid, Dr. 1) E. Proctor, C II llraum.Mr and Mrs T. W Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. aud Mrs K. II. Johnson, New Haven, Jim Co. Greensburi;. Rstos Ji per day. J M. I'etrcy, clerk Give me a call Voiy J. W. CARRIKR, Prop. I.'.M. 11RUCK. 1. 11. FarmersBank&TrnstCo. OF STANFORD, KY., Is now fully organtred and tcsdy - for business wita YEAGER Paid up Capital of - KRUCE & YEAGER, Surplus, . - - $200,000. 19,000. s CXA.SIE3: for I FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Stanford. 12 Seed Ryu for sale, W. L. DawEon, When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla. When she became Mtu, sho clung to Castorla, When she bad ChUircn, she gave them Castorla. Highest cash market price paid fzssp"MRrS'rii, - A. S. PRICE, SURGEON DENTIST. Store, Main street, Stanford. $4.60 DENTIST. T. L. Carpenter sold to II. L.' Marsugar mules at to th Higgios orlice, Lancaster street. tin 22 head of Is moving Nitrous Oxido Gas given for painless eitracting. $132.50. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Mr. Bettis, of Now Orleans, bought 19 fat mules at an average of M. $122.50. Harrodsburg Democrat. Homeopathio Physician, Martha Wilkes is getting after Nan- - KENTUCKY cy Hanks. She went a mile on the InSTANFORD, - sale. Stanford Roller Mill Co. The Advocate reports the ealo of SO lion's, 140 pouuda averao, at 4Je. W. B. Fou Sale. Car load of splendid corn. ai. J. Harris, C.rab Orchard, Ky. For Sale. Twelve Southdown Office South side Main street, in office recently bucks. Call on J. E. Bruce, Stanford. L. K. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. vacated by Dr. Jesso Martin sold 60,000 pounds of C. MORGAN, D. D. S. hemp to bo delivered at Midway at R. Office over Severance & Son's John Hill sold to Jones, of Wayne, boad butcher stuff at 2. A very fine article of seed wheat for Besf Hides, Fur, Tallow, Capt. W. A. Abbott, who has long been with Messrs. Perclval & Hatton, Renl Estate and Insurance Ilrokrts, Des Moines, Iowa, and is one of the best known and most respceted businessmen lu that city, says: "I can testify to the good qualHaving S iyr ities of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy used it in my family for the past eight )ears, I can safely say it has no equal for cither colds or croup " 35 and bottles for sale by Dr. M John II. Cattleman L. llourne, Drugzivt and Optician, Stanford. Ky nt SUCCESSOR in THE LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANrORD, New closing up) with the same assetaand under i he same management. STANFORD, KY. Ily provisions of its chaiter, depositors are at fully protected as aie depositors in National Tntabove firm went into enVit July ist and re- Hanks, iu shareholders being held Individually spectfully asks a share ul the plru4c of the hahle to the catcat of the amount of their stock public ihsreia at the par valve thcirol, in addition to the i mount invested in such shares It may act at locator, administrator, trustee, Ac, ai fully ai NEW RIGS AND HORSES an individual To those who ruliu. led their bHlsiaess to us Havo beosi purchasod and skiiMhj but s while inning the I ncoln National llaak el turnouts will leave the stable. Stanfoid, we we here leader our many thanks and iruit they will continue to transact their business with us, offering as agtsarnntce for prompt attention te same, irar twenty years' rspenence to 37 banking and as liberal accommodations as are consistent with sound banking Will F2SD AND SALE STASLS, first-clas- Give them a Call. &c, at STANIORD, KY. A DR. PENNY, M. F. ELKIN & CO., G. Lanham THE GOFFEY HOUSE STAN I UK II, K , D1KICTOHS1 Dentist. JOSEPH COFFEY. Pro'r. conduit it Mast not only maintain its high reputation, but to add to its long Hit ol friends Special aecomrowta-tion- s far commercial travelers and Hue looms for thediiploy of samples. TJTMi Hotel, renovated ami in uiy charge and I intend te OaKTIS first class XTiSLXlE THE Insurance Round Trip FOR -:- ROYAL Company, AN OF LIVERPOOL. & C ASTLEM MANAGERS, rcfurmd, is now Wlltiams, Ml. Vernon; J, M. Hall, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Manfard; S. J. Kmbry, Stanford ; J. K. Lynn, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, Milledgevtllc; J. F. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanloid, Ky S. II, Shanks, President J II. Owsley, Cashier W. M. J.J. Ililght.Tell.r HARVEST - EXCURSIONS, A j7-t- First-Clas- s Saloon FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KV. AUG. 30 ftnd SEPT. 27, THE "WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES'' Will run low rate Harvest Excursions en above dates to points in Minnesota. Montana, North and South Dakota. Tickets will be good twenty ii') privileges days from date of sale, with stop-ovto points west of M. Paul and Minneapolis For lull information, address any of the Company's representatives, or J AS. C POND, Gen'-- Pass, nnd Ticket Agt., Chicago, III. er l And I1ILLIARD and POOLROOMS attached. ! JOSF.PH COFFKY DR. JOHN Office 39-- CRAIG, 3 BAHBEE Capital Stock- Surplus $200,000 20,000 jQsbK "Sslw ap. m. Office on Lancaster street, opposite Hours' 10 to 11 a. m.; 1 to p. m.; 8 to dependence 2:0S. kite-shape- d track Friday in Commerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South, court-hous- L. II. Pryor has the beat fiold of corn in this county and his neighbors say "W". A. TBI3BLE, Local Agont, in one field he will average 14 bar rels to the acre. Miners and shippers of the GENUINE STANFORD. KY Would visit your city once n week for a term ol For Rent. 05 acres of land on tho nine months to give lessons on the violin, provided a class of at least eight steady scholars could be seKnob Lick pike; 40 acres to go in wheat, emed My session will commenco in the first Try it. We are the sole agents for Stanford and 15 in splendid grass, 10 acres in meadow. week of October and close July 1st. For terms and particulars apply before Sept is to Rowland. Office corner of Depot street and railFRANK 3 WOLF, road crossing. Apply to Mrs. Hugh Reid. S3 .v waiis, 0 u I'emberton Ave , Lexington, Ky rtu.ui?: Joseph Cofley sold to Woodcock & Owens a of 1,450 pound cattle J", at 4 cents. They also bought of W. W. City Dealer In Sandidge a lot of 1,325 pouud ca'ttlo at the Fame price. & As Administrator with the wilt annexed of Ruth Goods sold for Cash only. The totals of tho cotton crop, for the Albright, deed., I will on JUNCTION CITY, KY. 'I have iust received mv Fall Stock of shoes and year ending August 31, have been an Have juitcreficda new Marble ami firaiilt cordially invite the citizens of this vicinity 0 call 22tlx, 1892, Houm) and am fully prepared to fill orders for all In and examine them. Goods sold lo'ver than ev- nounced by theeecrctary of tho New Or I have in my kind ol MatMo and Granite work er. Remember I am headquarters tor Staple and County Court day, in frrnt of the employ skilled wurkir.cn from the East. My frejght Will soon have a complete line leans Cotton Exchange, his figures show in Stanford, Ky. commtneing at a p in , sell pubFancy Groceries facilities can nit be esctJI.d and I will not be of Hardware in stock. ing aggregates of 0,015,379 bales, ngainbt licly 34 rS7-yJOES. WRIGHT. J, H. HILTON, Rowland, Ky. S,052,597 lasl jvar, and 7,211,372 year be- 1 Smuggler Mare 7 years old, fore last. Stallion, by Petosky, In 1874 when Goldsmith Maid trot WsllswMcCTfjrt&VihV As iwtit. WI am agent for The Central Kentucky Hedgt ted in 1J fillies, i mare 10 sears old. rinrafitniill flifitiitlmiif flirt Two Fence Co.. of Lancaster, and ofler the services ol One)carIliiFilly, I suckling Mule, i suckling REAL AGENT of country both myself and the Company to the citizens predicted that a faster mile Colt, i jump seat Surrey, Farming Implements, Lincoln county. I am very thankful for tho liber&c. al patronage received and hope by fair dealing to would never be trotted. Then followed Terms Sums rf Sioand under, cash in hand: Ky. Farmers in need of a good a series of performances that lelegated over that amount three months' ciedlt, with inmerit a continuance me at the Myers House in Stanfoid fence will find terest from date on good nmes I have te a number f I A RMS for sale ol tkc on each County Court day. the famous mare into the realm of back S3 J.N MENEKEE. Admr C. T. A. Landsin Lincoln county. very best I! M W. JOHNSON. 97.6m numbers Rurus, St. Julicn, Maud S., Tnese Farms are all well iitmroved ..ml ironJ rich lauds, tunning IB sire from 3010500 A.ies. ...IF YOU ARE GOING and Sunol. Now Nancy Hanks obscures Considering theis locality, their richness, .iml fer cssasi-y-y-j-"' tility 01 noii, me convenience 01 turnpikes and mem nn. now long win sue remain MISS LICCIE FJEAZLEY, JNTOHTX-i- : ok that bring markets right to our dour, they queen? WIILXIAH MORE LANS), arcrheaper than the Lands of aay olher.county.ln .. THE. ... Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co that VIOUE1T LESSONS. Original Jellico Coal. a. HILTON, car-lo- ad General -:- Merchandise. Administrator's Sal court-houiedo- K"vSgcOT' Attention of the public is invited to the fac that this is the only National Hank in Stanfoid Under the provisions of the National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital Hock, but bv the ttuckholdcrs liability lor as amount equal to the slock, so that depositors of a fund of $403,000, this Institution arc secured by Five sworn statements of thecondttion of th. bank ars made each ear to the United States government and its assets are examined at stated titu.l by government agents, thus securing addililooa incf perfect safety to depositors This institution, originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford In il8, then lied as the National Hank ol Stanford in 1S05 and again re organiiedas the Pint National Hank of Minturd in S8. has hsd niactieallr an uninter rupted existence of is years Ills bettor supplied now with facilities for transacting business prompt ty aud liberally than ever befert in its long and honorable career Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respcctfnlly solic-tc- d A Junction Marble Granite Works r.J Monday, Sept. r TO THE FARMERS, k - K. T. BXJSEC, ESTATE Stanford, 1 he Directory of this Hank 11 composed ol Hotter, of Stanford; Poreitus KouL Lincoln county; J. W. Hayden, Stanferd; S II llaughman, Lincoln, M. J. Miller, Mt. Vcrneii; S. T. Harm, Lincoln; J. S. Hoeker. Stanford; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T P. Hill, Stanford. W. C. WeUh, Stanford; W.P.Tate, Stanford S Iloekrr, President; three-year-o- ld - John A J. McRtrait., A Cashier; Me K inner, Asiutant Cashier .TAKE THE. ... 11 111 'i ue-Ur- WEST, mMMBFr--- ' rail-loa- Louisville . Nashvilic R. R. Is the line for you, as its Double Daily Trains connections Make ctoie at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information enquire of JOES KICL, Agent, Stanford. Kv. Or W. W. PENN, Trav. Pass. Agent, Junction City, Ky I's- - A Faulk. A married Man once got gay. He felt Ida Oats, as they said in tuose days. He staid out lata ono night to hear Election Ileturna. At least that was what he was going to tell his Wife. His Wife was not born yesterday nnd Just about know her Business. When tho Married Man entered tho House his Wife took him for n Burglar uud shot him through tlwj Neck. This table teaches that Married Men are not necessarily Itisks for Life Insurance. N. Ji. His Wife forgave him before he died, thus rendering it possible for this Fable to bo written. lirst-clas- s Slilliiier and Oress'IHalcer end Depot Corner Main ----- Streets, Stanford, Kontucky. Has just received a handsome line of Spring- and summer Millinery and invites her friends and the public generally to cill in and get first choice. Hats and I.onueU trimmed in tho latuvt stIe by must artistic hands HUSTON VILLE ACADEMY REV. W. W BRUCE, Principal; MISS KATE BOOLE, AsBlHtant; Opens Ist Monday in Sopt. Primary, Intermediate and Advanced Grades. Special attention irlvcu to preparing boys for College. For terms. A'c.addrets REV. V.. W HRUC E, HuUonville. Ky. 4 r NWNorfolkiWesfernRi MsKHKH 3:00 10-0- Schedule July 17, i8yi. LEAVE NORTON intermediate DAILY pm for Graham, llluefield, Pocahontas and Iucitalus, the famous horsoof the Romau Roanoke) for Washington, Hagerstewn, Harris-burCaligula, was actually consecrated as a Philadelphia and New York. priest, had a manger of pure Ivory and was never Pullman Sleeping Cars from Loui.ville to Nor- given a drink from anything but a gold pail. folk via Norton and Radford; also Radlord to New York, via Shenandoah Junction, alio RadLearned men tell us that in Latin the word ediford to Washington; alio from Lynchburg to Richmond. tor means "to cat,' In United States it rreans to Pocahontas, Powhatan and GoodTrains for will leave ISIueficId daily at oA5 a m, 313pm and scratch around like blazes to get something to eat, Texas Sittings, 15 pm. 7 Trains arrive at Norton from the East daily at p m and 645pm I 30 The person In the government service who can Washington and Chattanooga Limited, a train )f Pullman Coaches aud sleeping cars runs daily handle money with the greatest rapidity is a wovia Shenandoah Valley route, .topping only at man. Many husbands will readily believe this. Luray, Shenandoah, Basic, Roanoke and Radford. C.-- J. North iljund Limited loaves Radford 11 10 p m. o at. For further information aa to schedules, rateilII money could bo borrowed as easily as trouble, to agents of Norfolk Si Western Rail- this world would be full of Ac, apply round shouldrred neo- u. roaaorio Gen. Passenger Agt.. Koanoke, Va J pie. Ram's Horn. r, g, am tor llluefield, Radford, Roanoke, and Lynchburg, Richmond and Norfolk. Also (via stations. Bull Run, Manassas, Appomattox and other celebrated Virginia Battle Fields are reached only by tho C. &, O. Railway. Round-tri- p tickets to Washington and return during the G. A. R. National Encampment in September will be good for stou- over ai any point on me return trip. Jix cursion rato from Stanford SI l.oO. National Encampment. Virginia Battle Fiklo ami G. A. R. Fresti Groceries! THE- - Greatest Abundance -- OK THE- - ' CHOICEST - CHARACTER -- AT THE- - LOWEST PRICES. and Vegetables and Swan's Down Flour can be had at Afulllineofthe Choicest Fruits JESSE D. WEAREN'S Terms, 30 Days. &oods Delivered Free of Charge. juw, the State There is scarcely a Farm in the counDealer in the above ty over s miles from a ilooot. 1th 1 he running for Cattle, Sheep Hogs incverycounty is checked u ia notturnpikes rrasd en a public direction There Solicited. Stock Cattle and Sheep a specialty. taring the county seat that Is imt Mncadamiinl Persons having any of the above descnbul stork We have the Kiwxville llralich ol the I, A N. It ... .LINE TO.. for sale or wishing to purchase same, will do wv.ll R. dividing the county from East to West and the to call on or address me An experience of fifteen C S. K K Irom rvortnto.Nwtli; the K C. R. R. yoars in this business has been of profit to me and from this place to Cincinnati, crossing tlieC ft O. I think I can iniike it profitable both to the buver at Winchester, giving full access to the markets ol and seller. 1'. O address Stsnford, Ky. .And.., the whole world. lsides, wo have thru- - large ioo Office, at the Myers House. I'twr Mills in the county that give ut a market lor all our grain right at Home; and the develop oVn'ts nentol thu mountain regions ol Eastern and THE STANFORD- ?Kentucky bv isilroads and the outlet bonth by railroads has created such a demand .And for all kinds of cereals and uroveudcr that wecun scarcely retain enough tor hoincconsumption. 'I he people are prosperous, generous aud kind, believing in Christianity education. Has contracted with responsible firms lor Its plants Is not a neighborhood in and county but Thorc has a and will have the Ice nnd Llectric Plants coinple-le- gcod church and school-hous- the in about sixty data; the Water Plant soon Finest and best Veitibuled Iluflet Sleeping Cart Stanford, the county seat of Lincoln, is a prosand Parlor Cars on all trains. perous little city of tnliab.tants and In order lo nlace individual mntrirlt in ml. the ercat doorway alKmt 7,500 North and North is from the No change of cars, best accommodations, quick vanc.e for Water and Klcctric Lijfht, the Company east South and from the Northwest to .Southeast, est time and lowest rates. offers the following: and standing as it does gating right Into thu bosinformatioa address v i.ri.caay wilier pipes Will OC laill, COIllieCU'U 10 om of the undeveloped mountains uf Southeastern For JAS. HARKER, G P. A Chicago. mains at actual cost lor pipe and work. Kentucky backed up by the whole Illue Gra-- a 'V. G. CRUSH,!). P. A., Louisville, Electric wires put In aud necessary fixtures region ot the State with railroads running tluough free ol charge all points naturally To be of bout quality and guarantied to give It to of the best of the compass, makes it South for located towns In the one satisfaction. manufactures and other enterprises of magnitude. The schedule of adopted rati Is from 35 to 50 Water Works are now being agitated and right per cent, lower than is usually k'Iviii. of a mile aboue the town about t there could be erected Water Works with very of 150,000 inRates. little cost that would supply a city ofwater the habitants with the purest and best in Our little city has been Dwelling of 3 rooms, one faucet $500 world. few vcarsstnd Its business newly rebuilt in houses ard res. the last A Each additional room , J0 Each additional faucet co idences will compare with larger cities of greater nretensions. Our merchants and tradesmen are Stores, Hanks and Private Offices, faucet . 5 00 all prosperous and doing well. Wc have two llaths, private, one faucet 3 00 a capital stock ol J00,ooo that are Hose attachment for sprinkler 5 co banks with Stables, private, ono animal a aa prosperous and in a good condition. We have sulesdid schools. We have a Female r.acn aauitional animal . . 1 00 College, a large brick building, with over 100 pu nils in attendance and under the prlni Ipulslnp ot Rates. Prof. J. M. Hubbard, is in a flour.ihmg condition. We also have a Seminary that is a good For commercial use: school, with Prof II. F. Ilnkemanatits head. We One arc and three 16 c. p. incandescent lamp have one of the nest Public School buildings in per ear J7000 this section of the State, with over 100 pupils in For 16 c. p. each incandescent light, per mo. attendance, and with other good private schools, " ao " Having removed my Darber Snop to the Com you see our school facilities are excellent ! II II 3v II II We have elegant church builnuigs, representing mercial Hotel, I aut I II If II 2C ,) I. .1 every denomination, with a fullcorpsoi ministers For Residence Use: offias class talent and are doing a better business Accommodate Ladies than any class of men in the city, For ist 16 c. p. incondcsceiit lamp, per mo well Gentlemen, l l II g,! . I have tried to make this statement as facts, II t, II ,,1 II II tl II without anv exaggeration or coloring, as those In anything they may wish in my line. Cuil-als- o II 4th ' who know will beam e out, and those who wish waited on. Call name. to buy pleasaut homes at lair prices and locate For each additional " among'a good people with all the belt surroundFor further information, apply to ings, would do well to call and lee me before pur. tt J. YV. HAYDEN, Sup't, &c. basing elsewhere In Commercial l!ru'r "'if t AiSw fie;o Hi 5)- Orders and THE WORLD'S FAIR OJGCI(AQlD9 WJIIIOT south-easter- n Watertight and ice ...... Co. d e. af-te- r. ?: three-fourt- Schedule Yearly Water 1 1 a iviLcP Vt -- "! Electric Light -- Prepared to as as -- JESSE THOMPSON, Hotel. j-