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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892091301 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 r , - - Semi-Weekl- y vol. XX. DANVILLE. four-months Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 13. 1892. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. MT. VERNON, R33KCASTLE COUNTY. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. NO. 57 Miss Klizi Lnsk is tcachinc tlio old daughter of Mr. A Hugh Coomer died Friday and was bur- school nt Heechwood, tliid county. Miasfeallio Andurflon Ima oponcil h ied Saturday. I.. McKue, D. I)., preached nt private hcIiooI nt tliu olil Institute, on Dr. J. tho H.iptint church Sunday. Mr. Lynch Danvillo avL'iim'. Tlio nero, Jnuk Chatter wooil, who is still in Colorado. was shot Inet weok hy tjio slioriirs posse, Hart Creech for abusing a little boy, was lined $5 nud coats in the is Mild to bo improving nml tlio ehnnces nro that ho will recover. police court Monday. Hum-n- i Next court day Cominit-.sioneDick Morriesy Iibs moved into tho lo will Ml thu IlBHoldt-htoro room bouse on Hussel street lately bought by nnil nlso tho two more-roomin tlio him from Mrs. Kinmn Cox, for ti50. Mr. O. It. Waters has opened a mu- northwest coriur of tho Public .S'qniire. All tho employes of .Surveyor Colsic s'.oro in part of tho Singer sewing Ho-brer s machine establishment, otilce. near the post "LornerA Ilnminolaton, Fomitnre of All Kine," is tho instription on a sign board over n new furniture, store on Main street, opposite the old Central House. Nathan Shackelford, colored, of this ulaco. , Is the nroud owner of a three- . j..., lvcKctl chicken nbout three months old. It runs with the other chickens nml In not proud on account of its extra leg. J. V. Sturgeon hns sold his farm known as tho Win. Andrew Caldwell Hush Iihh returned from u place of 111! acres, to Mntthew Wnki'- -j Miss He leceived 'sevenil months' visit to Cyntbiann. Mas-iHeld, of Howling tireen. exchange a livery stnblo in Howling ter (ieorgo DunUp Ins returned to "pen." Mr. Bruce Wilmotdied at Brodhead Uriel), valued at ;5,00'J. The transfer is (jamp Svboh. Mrs. M. Hraun mid chidren have returned from Louisville Mr. Friday morning from the ellects of tlio lli tnko plHce at once. K. Scott, of Somerset, and W. M. Dun The old free school unliuing w gun shot wound received at the hands K)ld Saturday evening to Councilman cm, of Iiouisvillc, attended the burial of of Joe Howard. He wns buried SaturI).ivid Langfonl, colored, for S7.V His Ueorgo Hrndley Sunday. day by the Masons. lie was popular The funeral of (ieorgs It. Bradley, throughout the county nnd his death contract is to tnko everything, including the foundation, away. The new tchool son of of Hon. W. O. Bradley, on Sun- is deeply deplored by every one. It building, modern in nil its arrangements, day afternoon, was largely nttended by was one of tho longest funeral processthe people of tho town and vicinity and ions ever seen hereabouts. will bo ready for occupancy Oct. 1. Jim Dan 1'opo was tried before also by tho members of the bar from Miss Ann Stewart was with Mrs. Judge McKerrnn, Saturday, on n charge Danville nud Stanford, thoolUccrs of tho Cleo Baown last week. Misses Gertrude of maliciously cutting Jack Watson, uusioin Mouse, Louisville, anil numer nnd Matie Weber depart for Ham. . '.. i. ..i ,iuu ts- - .. It.. ,ous irienus amii relatives oi me ueceaseu. ilton College, wheiu MiesGeitrudo grad it t anil lieiu in doihis oi .rinn II J. T. Bailey became his fro,u Lincoln ami Boyle. Tlio services uates this year. A delightful reception trial. bondsman. Frank Phillips, for a breach t the residence, conducted by Dr. J. C. was given at Williamsburg to MisseB Randolph, of Peweo Valley, assisted by Bessie McClure and May Miller by Miss of the peace, was sent to the Itov. J. It.Turcy and Hlder J. 0. Frank, Sidney Stanlteld. W. M. Weber is in :or --'o tiIrvh. Joale (.irahaui, the only daughter of Wl.rc very impressive. There is a uni- - Knoxvilleon business connected with Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Karri", died Siiiulny vernal sympathy for the family in their his real estate. W. M. Hickp, of West Hons. T. P. Hill, Virginia, is here. Ho hns been very forof tubercular meningitis, after n long ill- great bereavement. ness, which has for some time been con W. G. Welch, W. H. Miller and J. W. tunate in the accumulation of wealth Hidered hopeless. She wns about 12 years Alcorn, of Stanford, and It. P. Jacobs, since he lift this place. Miss Bessie old and had alwajs been rather delicate. John W. Verkes and Robert Harding, of Adams, of Paint Lick, is stopping with Much sympathy Ih felt for the nlllicted Danville, were honorary Miss Lucille Joplin. J. W. Brown writes At n meeting of the Lancaster bar, to (i. W. McClure that he will soon refamily. Funeral Tuesday nt .1 r. m. in Lancaster, turn to Mt. Vernon to see about buyThe infant son of Dr. and Mrs J. C. held at tho 30 Sat- Sept. 10, IMC', M. I). Hughes wit9 called ing some property for him. months old, died at Bogle, urday morning. Ho had had whooping to tho chair nnd Louis Landram chosen In their last meeting the Ladies Aid cough for nbout 10 days, which develop secretary, whereupon the chair appoint- Society elected Mrs. G. W. McCluro bb ed into pneumonia Saturday morning, ed tho following committee for the pur president, Mrs. J. W. Nesbitt secietary, He was poso of drafting suitable resolutions of Mrs. Zula Sparks, treasurer. Mies Mat-ticausing death in n few bonis an unusually bright, happy looking respect to tho memory of George RobWilliams, tho former secretary, ia child, one who would attract attention ertson Bradley, n member of the bar, much complimented for her last report nnywhere. He bore tho full name of who departed this life on tho Oth inet., being so spicy and entertaining. Miss his grand father, James Martin McFer-ra- n. viz. J. M. Rothwell, chnirmiti; L. F. Lena McClure leaves this placo for Tho funeral services were held by Hubble, It. H. Tomlinson, W. J. Lanfor Louisville, where bIio will dram, Letcher Owsley, W. H. Mason, J. Dr. Martin, Sunday, nt a i: i. her studies. Miss Mattie May AdW. Miller and Win. Horndon. Said ams returns to Loretto where she IN MEMORIAM. committee reported the following, which graduates this year. Miss Margaret Sprad-li- n wns unanimously adopted. was in Richmond n few days last Death baa again v'sited us, anil claim-- o The untimely death of George Rob- week. C. C. Williams was called to Pine- ono of earth's fnireM. A few short J ertson Hrndley, son of Hon. W. 0. Brad ville Sunday. Dick Warren made n weeks ago Nor.i Hollo Dickerson was ley, adds another to tlio list of the mem- powerful speech in prosecuting Darner-on- . one of the gayest in the village; today Mr. Geo. M. Davison presided over hod. When bers of the Lancaster bar who have gone she is sleeping beneath tho bIio was battling with to their rest in tlio past IS months; and tlio county court Saturdny in the nbsenco wo were told that we are couvenod to pay tho last of Judge Morrow. Hon. M. 0. Sautley that terrible enemy, typhoid fever, we tribute of respect to his memory. A made ono of the finest speeches Saturhoped that having a moderately Htrong manly form, handsome features, a culti- day that was ever delivered before n constitution sho would recover, but our vated mind and modest hearing were Rockcastle jury. hopes were in vrin, for notwithstanding among tho characteristics that renderdevoted friends mid an over attentive Willow Grove, Boyle County. ed him attrnctivo in society and that en. physician did nil in their power to resThe fitrmer.s nro very busy this week deared him to those whose friendship he tore her to himlth, God through His ill-sought. lie win pjlito nud deferential lintilini; whoat to town. mo wisdom wtw 111 to remove her from Mrs. Honry Cash is quite ill of toward all with whom ho was associated this world of sorrow to a homo not nud malarial fever. Her two sisterd from his modttsty was at all times noticemade with limuli, wlittre all is joy and llttstonvillt) am at hur bi'dsirio. Mies able and commendable. In vie of our gl.i low, and mi Sunday morning, Augrelation to the decease 1, who has been Minnii1 Myerjia visiting relatives iu Garsad words, "Nora is dead," ust J 1st, the rard. Mia Delia Harlan eaves Tuesday taken from u in his early nmihood, were whispeiod to us. 1'ksoi.vki), 1. That we duoply deplore for Somerset to attend the fair and visit (if lier lifu too luiieh ennnol 1k wil. hii loss and tender to his hoi row stricken Mrs. Jennie Itrown. Miss Pinkie. Helm, Although young, she was var found nt parent HrmurauctM of our sincere sympa- who lias been with bur toiwit in any- thy in their grent bereavement nnd the house of li.i-1Mr. ami Mrs. Kviin Waters, has returned thing which would be an honor to His an evi leneeof our respect for the in to Danville. A. W. Smith is in Howling cause. Her parents having died whon wo will attend his funeral in a lireim this week. Miss Millie, Lewis she was very small, sho inadu her homo body. has 0110 so Somerset on a short visit to with an aunt and nucha. As mi evidence J. That these proceedings be spread at her brother. She was accompanied by of tho pleasure sho experienced in this large on the order book of tho Garrard little Marietta Lewis, who has been with home, one simple remark made by her- circuit and county courts and published hei Rrand'parents nil summer. Mias self will bo sullicient. Sho s.iid: "No in tho following papers: Mattio llosley will return this week from homo could bo more pleasant than I.NTKitioii Journal, Mt. Vernon a visit to Missouri. mine, ii'iil I could not love a mother and Signal, Loudon Echo, Somerset Reporter father more than I love Aunt and Uncle. and the papers of Richmond, Nicholas-villAs tho explosion of eaw mill boileis The only Borrow my heart over knowH and Danville, and a copy be hand- largely exeeod in number those ol the is the separation from my brothers ami ed tho family of our deceased brother. boilers of any other kind, and are from sistera." to oiiO't'iird of all the reOn motion the meeting then adjourned. As wo gathered around the collin to M. I). HiiiiiKs, Ch'n. corded explosions, tbero must bo someLoi'is Landuam, Sec'y. tnko tho last n.ul look at her whom wo thing in tho management of saw mill nil loved so dearly, ono who know her machinery that perhaps engineers do Kor many years Thompson, of Des well remarked; "Sho was indeed a love- Mmni, Iowa, was Mr II, afflicted with chronic not control. The overloading of boiler seierely ly woman." How much wns clothed in diarrhi.M. Ilcsus "At times it was very se- work and pressure beyond the safe convere; so much no that I feared it Mould end my those few words only thoso who know life. Alwut seen years ago I ihanced to procuro dition of old boilers, by tho instructions a liott'e ol Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrha-her best could toll. Itemed y. It gavciue prompt reliet and I belive of parsimonious owners to inexperiencCheer up, dear ones, and grievo not cured me permanently, as I now eat or drink is probably at the bottom I pleae without harm I have also un-- it ed engineers, for tho departed ono. Remember jour If a good engineer proinmy lamily with the best resulls." Kor sale hy Dr. of tho trouble. is her gnin. loss M 1.. llourne, Druggist and Optician, Stanford, "(o bury thu sorrow, tests, tho owner will tind somebody to Ky The world hath its hare; run his boiler, nnd the fraternity beats Go bury it deeply, Uuoklln'aArnlcn Salvo. ScientificAmerican. Go hide it with care; The belt salve ia the world lor cuts, bruises tho ridlcuile. a lier, olliee, Louisville, nt tended tho bur inlof lieorKt' H. Hrndley. Young Hratl-leheld a position in tho surveyor's for ho h time. Misses Lou nml l.illio Grant havo returned from Danville. Miss Bessie Hurnsido is iniling Miss Annie Koyston this week. Miss Kobe rtson loft for her home in Lawrenceburir Monday. .Sho W11H neeonipanied by Miss Kllen Owsley, who will mnko her a visit. Miss Mnry Annie Wilmore, of Nicholasville, is tho Iciest of Mrs. John K. Stormes. Will II Wwiren, of Stanford, was over Simdny. y of-Ik- e 11 j n girl nt Willis Adams'. The grand jury returned .'18 indict mentfl last week. Mips Jennie Smith, daughter of Mr. Mark Smith, died Saturday of consumption. Mr. W. A. Morrow spoko here yesterday, Monday, on tho political issues of tho tiny. K. C. Kversolo wns examined last week as nn applicant for inw license by G. W. McCluro nnd It. 0. Warren. Mr. Lige, Denny, of Mt. Vernon, Mo., formerly n resident of this county, is hero viewing his childhood scenes. Simeon Davis will attend Klliott Insti. tiilo. Our accomplished editor of the Signal gets oil' a splendid article in bidding Capt. Horndon farewell nud says that ho will bo like Sullivan tackling Corbctt when ho runs against Miko Saufley for tho circuit judgship. Tho testimony and speeches were finished Saturday at noon in tho Darner-ocase and was then given to tho jury, which returned a verdict after flvo hours consultation, (hiding the defendant guilty of voluntary manslaughter nnd fixing his punishment nt two years in tho A lino n -- ... Kx-She- ri "" ' ... to-da- Granville Singleton and Mies Mary McMullen, both of the Waynesburg secJ. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. tion, were married Sunday at the bride's father's, Mr. Bailey McMullen. 1892. old son of Fred Bishop, tho Mr. Josiall Bishop, nnd Miss Jennie, tllO Full corps of Convrvatory and Normal School teacher, fcupcrlor jursea id Literature, Muilc and llnugllter of Mr. It. L. An Excellent hoarding department Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. pretty i White, attended church nt Sunday. They were expected to after services, but thev didn't do so. instead they took the train at nnd left for some Gretna Green in TenDANVILLE, KENTUCKY. nessee, where ero this they ii.oie than THE NEXT SESSION OF THIS INSTITUTION BEGINS SEPTEMBER 14, 1892, probnbly have been joined in wedlock's courso With a bonds. They were accomptnieil by Miss adapted full prepare of study both English and Classical While tlio course ol Instruction Is especially to young men lur the hrcshmau Class, It is Intended at the same DovioTalbott and James Carson. The liberal English education to any who desire It. In connection with the Academy, time to furnish a I. J. wishes the young couple much sucA cess nud happiness. Home and under the personal control Has About 10 nights before Eugene II. hoursbeen established In the of the Principal and assistants nnd the of the Principal. Regular study under the supervision restraints and government of ChrisCarter, of the West Kntl, and Miss Mary tian home are combined with the brat educational advantages, lor lurther particulars in regard to board, tuition, etc , address Daugherty, of Lexington, came to counJAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danvillo, Ky. ty clerk, G. B. Cooper's home, at 10 o'clock, and nsked him for marriage license. Ho did not havo the key, so he referred them to his deputy, Carroll Bai ley. They went in search of him, but Carroll is n lady's mnn nnd was calli on one of thorn nnd could not bo so sadly they wended their way back During the year 1S92 I shall; keep constant' on home still two in the flesh. Thursday hand a full and complete stock of night they again took n notion to get spliced and when Thompsio Cooper returned from church he found them waiting for him This time he had tho key nnd soon gave them tho necessary permit in s iuh cases made nnd provided. Judge Varnou's residence was next visMy stock of ited ami lie was hustled out of bed to tie the knot, which he (I'd in his incomWhy the couple parable manner. should both times select night for tho Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my' customers of business is not explained, ns we have drompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas heard of no objection to the marriage. D.uvron in charge. R. 20-ye- Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 6tli, ( Turni-rsvillo- - Jj Centre College Academy, Home Boarding and Training: Department A. R. PENNY, s! DRUGGIST AND JEWELER Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. ToiletArticles Glass, Books, WATCHES, CLOCKS & eJEW3SCHX A. PENNY. IN MEMORIAM. wotk-liout- o j pall-bearer- oourt-hous- o 1 1 1 1 e to-dn- y to-da- y to-da- y a ty-p- ho 1 grand-parent- s, , y Of annie Lee Holderinan, who died Sept. 7th. 1SD2. Death, even when looked upon in the light of n hope of the glorious risurrection is indeed sad; but when death comes to n noble young woAbout closed out our stock of Spring Clothing; only a few Suits left, man, how piercingly sad nnd heart which we offer at rendering must it be to those who loved her eo devotedly in life. Alas nndnlns! that all can not renlize that death is nil for the belter, even in the most trying hour and meekly bow with the prayer of christian resignation on their quiver . Just received a new stock of the ing lips, "0, God, Thy will be done." Hut such is not thu nature of humans hero below nnd wo nre all prone to pour out the essence of love divine nnd givo vent to sorrow through tho medium of tears and lamentation. In our nature what is iti our hearts must comfort nnd after tliut by degrees we become reconIn the Shoe line we can offer you ciled to tho inevitable fato which has In Stiff and Soft Hats, Caps, &c. been allotted to us. Fannie was ono of anything for the purest, noblest embodiments of young womanhood. Whilo we can but sorrow at the parting, yet we look upon As low as any House in town. her going ns simply n departure to par take of the fruits and joys of a better K. &V. Collars, Neckwear, Hosiery, Puff Shirts, etc. Trunks and country, n summons to come up higher nnd engago in n grander work. For her Valises, Umbrellas and Gum Coats. nnd nil those who are ever jto be found We have a few pairs of Shoes and Slippers that were slightly damon the side of right in the great battle of aged by removal at our recent fire that we will sell regardless of cost. life, there is no death. It is only n sepa ration from all that can die. llio grim monster invaded n happy family nnd laid his hands on a husband's denrest treasure nnd n child's benefactress. Tho strings of the lute nre broken nnd tho music of home is turned to inourninc. ' Her melodious voice, so much missed in ' tho church choir, is raised in hallelujahs to Him, whositeth upon the grent white' limine. Hut sho has gone; her spirit has winged itsllight beyond the loftieet peak to that celestial city, which none s.ive God and His have seen, and now pares in its wonted gentleness the gold ' paved streets of tho now Jerusalem. WE : HAVE . Greatly Reduced Prices. NEWEST iTYI LADIES, GENTS AND CHILDREN, M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. ed, Now at the table where she Mt A shadow fills the placs That was once sunlit by her smiles, There Is no hidden thorn in her ood Riflt of grace. "Cast orln is so well adapts to child rcnthat I recommend itas superior to any prescription And when at last our end shall cwc II. A. Anciien, M. D., known to me." And death shall close our eyes, We hope to meet that angel one Ill So, Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y, In God's sweet Paradise. for Infants and Children. , dl Castorla cures Colic, Constipation, Hour Stomach, Dlarrlio-a- . Eructation, Kills Worms, eh en bleep, and gestion, Wituiout injurious medication. Tub Cbhtaub. Comiuny, 77 Record-Home-stea- Murray Street, N, Y e Inside the pearly gates ajir Tho hrst whilo wings we'll see. Will wait the one now lost then found D. S C. Our angel, l'atmie l.ee. one-quart- er I'erhaps you arc run down, can't eat, enn't sleep, can't think can't do anything to your snt isfactinn,and you wonder what aiU you. You should heed the warning, you are talinfj the first Tho Flrat Step. 1 You need a nerve step into nerous prostration. tonic and Klectric Hitters you will find tho best remedy for restoring your nenmn system to its normal, healthy condition Surprising results lollow the use of this Ncrte Tonic and AltcratUe. Your appetite returns, i;oad digestion is restored, and the liver and kidneys resume healihv action. Try a bottle, l'rice jo cents at A. It Penny's drug store. THE WILLARD. (Late Alexander's Hotel.) gHOBOUGHIiY Rates S2.50 Per Day. Center and Green Streets, opposite the Cor. Jefferson, Court-House, any-thi- A On gather the sunshine, He sheds on the way; He'll lighten thy burden, Go, weary on1, pray ' A FlUEN'l). sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fover sores, letter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin crup tionsand nositively curts piles, or no pay require ed. It is guaranteed to eivw perfect satisfactioc, 35 cents per do, or money reiunaeu. Kor sate by A. K. Penny, Stantord, Ky. The comrades nro falling in lino nnil propose making as Uno an appearance this year as when they marched down Pennsylvania aveiiuo on tho last review, Hound trip tickets will be sold over tho C. & 0., September 13th to 20th inclusive, good returning until Oct. 10th, at $1-1.5- G. A. It. National Kncami'.mi:nt. Capt. W. A "Abbott, who has long been with Me. its. Pcrclval & Mutton, Keal Estate and Insurance llrokers, Des Moines, Iowa, and ii one of Ihe best known and most rcipected business men In that city, says: "I can testify to the good (usl. Having Hies of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy used it in my family for the past eight years, 1 can safely say ft has no eiiual ior cither colds or bottles for sale by Dr. M. croup." 25 and I., llourne, Druggist and Optlcwi, Stanford, Ky. nt When When When Wheu Baby wm slclc, wo gate her Caatorla. the was a Child, abe cried for Castorla. the. became Miss, she clung to Castorla. the had Children, she cave them Castorla, Trescott Mr and Mrs. Go. Lighthouse at Sand lleach, Mich , anil are blested with a daughter. 4 years old. Lat April she was taken down with measles, followed with a dreadful cough and turning intoafeter. Doctors at home and at D;lroit treated her, but in vain; she grew worse, rapidly until she was a mere Then she tried Dr King' "handful of bones,'1 New Discovery and after the use of two and a half bottles was completely cured. They say Dr, Kind's New Discovery is worth us weight in gold, vet you may get you a trial Lottie free at A. K. Penny's drug store. . m 0m A Ouro for PfirniyslB, Frank Cornelius, of 1'urcell, Ind. Ter., says; "I induced Mr, l'inson, whose wife had paralysis in l'ain tho face, to buy a bottle of Chamberlain' Halm. To their great surprise before the boltlo she was a great deal better. Her had all been used face had been drawn to one side; but the l'ain Halm relieved all pain and soreness and the 1nouthassumedits1utur.il shape.'' It is also a Llttlo Qlrl'a Exporlonco In a Light House. arc keepers of the I.oren Louisville, Ky : A. W. Jones, J.J. Sullivan, J. J. Marshall, clerks. W. R. LOGAN, Manager. FARRIS & .Dealers In. HARDIN, ffAMDWABE 9 AtNL)t STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, Queensware, Glassware, Tinware, Lamps, Chamber Sets, Dinner Sets. Also agents for the Empire Wheat Drill. rr' now mado to itors nt the world's fair buildings. A uliargo of L'oc in vis- Aftor 7:29 ballots tho democrats of tho Oth Tennesseo district nominated J. 0. McDearmon for Congress. certaiu cure for rheumatism, lame back, sprains, bottles for sale by swellings and lameness Dr. M L. Ituurne, P'uggiit and Optician, Stanford, Ky ,-- .,H t 'K v. . 1 AxAticiusr Hkrrmak, who attempted Jessamine county, were nominated for to assassiuate Frick, says ho prefers 'commonwealth's attorney. Both con hanging to lifo imprisonment. So far ventions nominated Judge T. J. Scott for as wo are able to judge thcro appears no circuit Judge. Stanford, Ky., September 13. 1892 reason why ho should not be accommo- Mr. Cleveland gave a dinner, in Now York, to Richard Croker, Lieut. Gov. dated. Sheuhan, Edward Murphy, Win. 0. W. F NEWSY NOTES. Whitney and others. Tho political sitis announced from Romo that uation was discussed, and it is thought It United States Minister Porter has re- that a basis of peaco between tho two : signed. factions of the party in that State was One murder at Philadelphia and a mutually agreed upon. suicide at Wilkesbano resulted from tho There is a woman in Key West, at 10 whipping Sullivan got. Fla., who is a Tiie cholera seems destined to get a Pattison was nominated for judge She is a Cuban and was married at 155. foothold in this country. Two more and Sweeney for commonwealth's attor- Her first child, a girl, married when sho steamers thoroughly infected arrived at ney in the Lebanon district. was 1 and her first child discounted New York Friday, tho Scandia, from Zimmerman, the bicyclist, beat Nan- the performance of her ancestors by Hamburg, and the Wyoming. On the cy Hanks' milo on a regulation track by marrying at 12 and having a baby before former D2 deaths occurred on the voyof a second, doing tho distance sho was l;5. In semi tropical countries age and seven were down with cholera in 2.0(5 5. it is not uncommon for girls to marry at when it arrived in port, two of whom Dick Ferrell crushed tho skull of 12 to lo years. have since died and many more cases another convict, Henry Johnson, in the are reported. The Wyoming has had THE GENERAL ASSSM 3 r penitentiary, witli a club becausu he three deaths since her arrival. Gov. told on him. The Senate passed the attorneys' Flower is doing all in his power for tho A tornado wrought dire ruin at Ma- bill over tho governor's veto, but tho while providcomfort of the passengers, rion, Indiana, killing two men, serious House will hardly act so silly. ing for the safety of the citizens. He ly wounding several and wrecking valTho House was not in session Satur has authorized the purchase of Firo Is- uable buildings. day and the Senate had no quorum. Tho land, to be used as a retreat for quaranChas. Maynard attempted to avenge sergeant-at-armwas instructed to send tined passengers, and furnished the first wrongs done to his nieco and daughter telegraphic summonses to absentees in sepayment of the $210,QflO required to by E. P. Queen, but was killed by the the hopo of securing a quorum for yest cure it. The cabin passengers will be latter near Louisa. terday. If tho State pays for these mes fairly comfortable on the island, ae there Horse Head Bill Davis, a negro mur- sages it would not take long to bankrupt is a good hotel on it. It seems strange derer, went to the gallows at Jefferson-vill- e, her. to read that in these scarry times 3,497 Va., shouting under the influence Mr. Edmiston introduced as a new cabin and 5,003 steerage passengers from of religious enthusiasm. bill the old measure op classification ofl landed at New steamers Eight persons were killed and 25 or cities and towns, about tho proper Una. York last week. Evidently the Nation- 30 injuied by a freight train telescoping passage of which there is some dou ht al authorities are not doing all they can a papseuger train on the Fitchburg road, Mr. Birkhead introduced in the same against the introduction of the plague in near Cambridge, Mass. way the bill redisricting the State into the United States. Pink Schwartz, an employe of Bam- judicial districts. Both wero referred to Co., Louisville, fell tho proper committees, and if it is found Tammany held a rousing meotiug Fri- berger. Bloom four stories through an elevator shaft that they wero improperly passed, both day night and after listening to an will bo promptly without speech by Bourko Cochran, who and was crushed to a pulp. Tho auditor refused to accept Maj. change. said among other capital things that democratic success was assured, adopted D. W. Sanders' tender of money for tho FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. a series of resolutions, which close as lottery license and tho court of appeals follows: "Believing as we do that tho will setlle the question Oct. 1. Ida Pickwick lowered tho milo roc- moiintnin cattle $7. About 25 horseB W. C. P. Breckinridire has consent were sold publicly at $15 to $110; one security of the government, the prosperord of Latonia to 1:11. year-olstallion $103; ono Breezo Wilkes ity of commerce and tho happiness of ed to deliver the annual oration at tho For S.U.K. Good pair work mules. suckling colt $77. A largo number of the people can best be maintained by reunion in St. Louis, Oct. 3, of the Trav J. M. Hill, Stanford. mule colts chang-- d handH at $2.S to $35, the success of the democratic party, we elers' Protective Association. Mis. Allio Baughmau sold to George Foultz, who was so terribly a pair of uubroke yearling mules brought do cordially pledge our united etlbrts to of Boyle, 10 mule colls at $52 50. Tl!t the election of Grover Cleveland to the lacerated by Sells Bros.' big tiger while For Salk. Car load of splendid $S7. The effects of Mr. Ed McRoberts ho was in his cage in the street parade presidency and of Adlai E. Stevenson to corn. M. J. Harris, Crab Orchard, Ky. Bilil well, some going for more money bo bought new. Eight of the United States." at Maysville, died of his wounds. the Col. Underwood sold to Frank James, than they could The Richmond Register says ColEverything indicates that the party is for of the horses mentioned above wero of Mercer, his premium mule colt sold by J. N. Menefee, mlin'r. Mrs. Ruth getting together in New York, which lector Burnam took in $30S,S79.O3 dur- 00. Feeling better and bidding for the dem- ing August for tax on spirits and cigars, will insure the electoral vote L. K. Wells sold to A. H. Wilson, of Albright. an increase of over 5150,000 from July. Fayette, a 3 year-olocratic candidates. harness filly for livelier than for several courts Crowd Because of his viows on the silver $200. the largest for a long time. A. G. Tal ss question, William Moork, the erratic genius of the E. Sharon, the Neva For the Fall season and all the new things. W. F. Ramscv bought of Charles bott, auctioneer. Blade, who broke into jail at Paris da member, announces his withdrawal White, of Garrard, another pair of A Complicated Ixstri jiknt. Tuo for libeling Rev. J. S. Sweeney and the from the National Republican Commitmules for $180. beak of tho mosquito is simply a too Christian church at that place, announc- tee. ( E. II. Ballard, at Paint Lick, has Will Daniels was shot from ambush four brood marcs with eight colts. Rich- box, wherein tho mosquito keeps six es fn tho Lexington Leader that his pa' . Z. "". miniature surgical instruments, in perper will not be issued again and that he and fatally wounded in Bell county. It mond Register. fect working order. T vo of theso in atru is dono with journalism forever. Well, is supposed that one of the Lees, with At Sheep8head Bay the Bridge Han- ments are exact counterparts of tho surNew Ginghams, Penangs, Prints, &c. "nothing in his life became him like the whom he had a difficulty, fired the cow- dicap, worth .$20,000, was won by that geon's lance, one in a spear with a leaving it," but his farewell card shows ardly shot. The largest and handsomest line of Hamburgs, Terchon great colt Lamplighter. and Linen head, the fourth is a needle him a better man than we had thought In the trial of Maishall Taylor for farm, T. Mock, of Cedar Grove stock Edgings we have ever .shown. him. Ho asks forgiveness of his ene- the murder of five people, including Ira hassold to J. T. Huguely, of Danville, of exquisite fineness, a saw and a pump going to mako up the compliment. Tho A Large stock of Emerson's mies, expresses heartfelt gratitudo to his Mullinsand wife, near Pound Gap, Va., tho promising 2 year-olMen's Shoes, acknowledged the best. filly, Mockingspear is tho lamest of tho six tools and is friends and bows himself out, to hereaf- the jury brought in a verdict of murder bird, for $2,500. used for making tho initial puncture; ter devote his talents to the raising of in the first degree. The farmers are complaining much next tho lances or knives are brought onions, potatoes, xc. Henry George's Standard, the organ of weeyil in their wheit. Mr. Janus of his single tax idea, has been forced to Givens had to sell his for 50c and was into play to causo the blood to How moio Tnu Jessamine Journal says that Dr. suspend, as not enough people freely. In case this last operation fails felt Jno. D. Woods, the nmiablo and excellent interest in it to keep the subscription an glad to get that. G. D. Wearen was tho of having the desired effect, tho s.iw and list purchaser. member of the Legislature from War- up to a living tho needle aro carefully and feelingly in basis. Holdam it McClure, of the East serted in a lateral direction in the vic ren, denied the statement that he had The largest greenback extant in the End, bought in Rockcastle county a carVT sHaa V i4&Lbm A 6igned that "address" without reading world is a tho most dele-cit- e $10,000 bill and only three load of fat cattle at 2jc. They also pur- tim's llesh. The pump, it it. We did not see the denial, but of all six of tho instruments, is usd such notes have been printed by tho chased of various East End parlies 152 in transferrin!; the blood to tho insect's was not necessary for him to make it government. Of tho $5,000 bills, the ewes at $3 to ' stomach." . Discovery. for those who know him. He is not next largest, there are seven. Mrs. Hugh Reid rented her place of tho kind of a man to put his fist to anyOmciiLRouTK Tho O. it O has McCarty and Craig, two very bloody 05 acres, on the Knob Lick pike, to Mr. been made tho official route for tho thing that he has not read or does not murderers felt the halter draw in the Epperson, of Pulaski, for $325. She States of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Kenendorse. We simply wrote the para- Ohio Penitentiary Friday morning. Mc- says the advertisement in this paper tucky and Missouri for the occasion of get even with him for Carty graph we did to strangled to death in 13 minutes, brought her scores of applicants. the G. A. R. National Encampment at sending us some sassy messages by Craig's neck was Washington in September. broken and ho die 1 in E. W. Lee sold 120 ewes at $3.50 to Dick Warren. The doctor and the wri- 12J. $4 and 105 at 3c. Burke Rros. Bold to T r CLARKK. ter are too good friends to misunderf STKAUP, JK. The cholera dead by hundreds are tho Stanford Roller Mills 2,010 bushels stand one another. lying unburied in Hamburg and thou- of wheat at 70 and to John Johnson 17 Call and secure Bargains. sands of living persons belonging to the To drown his sorrow over his defeat, cattlo at 3 to 31c AdvoI'KACTH At. POST-OFFIC- E John L. Sullivan has challenged his old poorer classes, hungry, out of employ, cate. ment, hopeless, are walking the pestilenThe Lebanon Enterprise says David Plummers and Steam Fitters. He Btood euemy, John Barleycorn. Lawrence Bold to Bettis it Levy, of New some Bhow in a ting with Corbett, but tial streets. Pealers in ill kinili of Iron nnd llrasa Goods for A. C. SINK J. N. MF.NF.rKI David Bennett Hill has planked Orleans, 15 picked mules for Oct. 1 de- steam and water Sanitary Goods of all kind. All the man who has tackled successfully vsorl. guaranteed against defective material and the champion, with which Sullivan has down $50,000 for the Fritz Emmet villa, livery at 11 cents a pound. Good mare workmanship " now locked horns, has not yet been in asuburbof Albany. The house con- mule colts are selling at $50 to $05. Hay-de- n Cumberland Gap & Louisville it Crowdus bought 100 head heard from. Whisky was the cause of tains 30 rooms and is said to have origsteers at 2 fi5. his overthrow and it will now be the inally cost $310,000. This is thought to The farmer who saves his coin and death of him. "0, that men Bhould put be an indication of the early marriage of Doftblc Daily Schedule, feeds to hogs early next summer for Au an enemy in their mouths to steal away the old bachelor. In Effect July 17, 1&91. Alonzo Brookshire, the horse thief, gust and September delivery is pretty their brains" and wreck their temporal ...l. l.Slt .1... !..!! w iwueu iuu juuer anu a coastaule in sure to make a good thing of both hoga rviy'rny and eternal lives. lYly D'ty Mem-fecounty, was taken from Lex- and coin, as one barrel of old corn thus A M. r. M. M. r. M. 8 y, A j 4$ s 30 Knoxville Ofllce . The sent out an early ington for trial, but hearing that a mob fed will go as far as two barrels of new 8 33 6 3j l Y 3 5 42 8 j6 8 43 650 ...K. At O. Junction 5 jo 8 15 special train to deliver its prize fight was forming to hang him he waived ex- torn fed the same season that it is gathllcverly 838' 701 5 19 8 05 .. MaVoneyvillo edition, which contained the fullest and amination and was hurried back just in ered. 9 '! 7 3 505 733 Corrytnn 4 30 7 4, 9 29 7 JO time to save his neck. beet account of the Corbett-Sulliva- n -D. C. Terhune bought on the street 9 31 7 35 Luttrell 4 41 7 33 Powder Springs 4 27 7 ja all Graham Willis, deputy postmaster hero Monday, 23 mule colls at an aver-ag- o 9t9 77 mill of any newspaper, and scooped .Washburn 1001 7 59 4 ij 71, .Williams Spring- its rivals. It was a scheme of Managing at Midway, has defaulted. He was $130 339 700 price of $35.50. Richard Gentry 10 18 8 12 .tlakman loiji 8 19 3 51 655 Editor Bruce Halderman, who is infus- Bhort in his accounts. Willis was depu- nnd Major Ben Campbell bought Wed- 10 97 i 3i Clinch Kiver. 33 3 49 8 31 Lone Mountain . 339 644 ing much new life into the paper. Of ty under Mrs. Long, who was forced to nesday 57 head of cattlo weighing from 1037 .Tazewell fiil 1049 308 633 Powell I(ier course it didn't pay, only as an advertise- resign on account of her. questionable 1,100 to 1,300 poundB at 3A cents. T. B. It 17 S9J 30a 607 11 34S 536 conduct. It is thought he has joined Terhuno has sold to Tom Alexander a 20 11 39 9 "J .Arthur. ment, as special trains are co9tly luxuFour Seasons . H 93 241 550 Aithur Is Receiving' His 936, enterprise nnd Mrs. Long, as she left for Illinois two aero field of now corn that averaged 101 II 233 541 ries, but it showed the Hamilton Spring II 57 9 4 325 5)8 weeks ago. ..Cumberland Gap.. pluck of the now manager. SO 2 it 5 10 Mr. II 03 9 barrels per Hero, at $2 per barrel. Tunnel Junction 214 5 "J Mrs. Emma Austin and Mrs. Hn. Alexander now has 1G0 hoes turned in 12 l6 9 53 M II. Junction a 03 459 10O5 .Mitldlcboro.. 20a S5 of genia Sherrill were poisoned in tho Mr. W. B. Moss, a brother the fie'd to fatten. Harrodsburg Demo II 20 to IO Goods Warranted and a Periect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. NOHTH UOUND. assignation house in Louisville. crat. Hon. D. G. Colson, passed up to the Leave Cumberland Oap, L. fi. N... io oo p in Mrs. Sherrill was tho wife of a drummer inLondon convention yesterday. His The fast time made with tho newly ... Lornui il 50 p in " Livingston " ... 30 a rn formation is that Mr. Colson bus be- for Avery & Son, and her husband developed pneumatic sulky has feet oth" Winchester ... 3 43 a m 85 and 02 votes instructed for thought her above suspicion, hut it has er inventorB at work, and already a tween " Lexington ... ... 3 50 a m ' .., ,. 4 30 a m him and that he is sure of the republi- been shown that she frequently met horseman in Santa Rosa, Cal,, ia out Arrive Paris ' Louisville 7 05 a m " " Cincinnati ... 7 ao a m can nomination for Congress in the 11th. men there. with a scheme which lie is confident SOUTH HOUND. Returns from nearly all the counties will enable even a mediocre horse to The other candidates will attempt to L. .V N ... 7 30 p in indicate that the democratic plurality in break the lecord. The Santa Rosa Re- Lvate Cincinnati " Louisville combine against him, but will not ho - 8 45 p in Arrive Paris ...10 30 p m able to do so. It takes 101 votes to nom tho Arkansas State election will bo over publican says ho is planning n sulky " Lexington ..11 15 p m 30,000. The legislature will have a dem- that will not only run itself, but will " Wincnester u 10 pm inate. ' Liwugiton . m Perfectly rafe, economical, no smoke, no ashes, no soot; cook in hall 45 ocratic majority of about push tho horse along n bit, too. Ho says " t'orbin 3 30 a m Cumberland Oap the time. The housekeepers 5 13 am And now Corbett's California friends membership. Tho proposed constitu- it is to be built on the plan of tho watch. task made easy. If you I'ullman I'alace Car Knoxvillo to Ciiiciiuiat wish to want to run him for Congress, as if mus- tional amendment making a poll-ta- x reIt will have big coil springs to drive tho without chance. cle is as important as brains in that of- ceipt a prerequisite to voting was de- wheels and he contends that it will revoConnection made with all trains North and at Grand Central depot, Cincinnati. fice. He might have been a handy man feated. trotting. lutionize Through tickets on sale at City Ticket omen nSGay street and Depot Ticket office, foot West wueu jmjuu ruieu over u, There was a split in the democratic in Ujngress There were about 100 cnttle on the Main street, Knoiville. but eince milder and more effective convention of tho 25th judicial district market yesterday, a very badly mixed For any information as to routes, rates, etc., hiy her a Gasoline Stove at to methods prevail, there is not much uso and two candidates, Col. Jool T. Tucker, lot; W. A, IlLY, Actins Gen'l P feeders brought 3; dty Act., HENRY A SMITH, City Ticket Agl of Clark county, and U. A. Crutcher, of for a slugger in the legislative halls. cows and heifers $S.50 to $10; yearling Knoxville,Telni. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal WALTON. WATCH FOR THE SIX PAGES. 1 one-fif- th 1 LOUISVILLE STORE'S ?5 s trans-Atlant- ic elo-eue- nt In d : Friday's 1 : Issue. - WE HAVE RECEIVED -- Tew-iiie- First Shipment Dress Goods Blue-Gra- COTWTE AND SEE double-- barbed d HU!VJU!BANCII1 & H(iN W.B.JMQBERT8, DRUGGIST, $3.-10- Drugs, Toilet Articles, School Books and Stanford. HEAR OP BOOM. STHAXJB & CO., 1,200-poun- d 1,000-pou- nd Mils, SINE & It. R. Proprietors of The MENEFEE, 1 1 .... STANFORD LUMBER YARD, ami Yard Depot Street. Stanford, Ky. e A Courier-Journa- Hi.G.RUPLEY,--- . . . C . . f . . immniMmA 4" in-la- for-m- er 1 llT'AILILAWOfWaKIIlMcWcOxOJIDB 1 . GASOLINE COOK : STOVE long-drcade- d . 1 two-thirdsi- ! North-we- st Keep a Smile on Your Wife's Pace, B. K. & W. H. WEAREN'S. op-p- ly 1,000-poun- d iih. .&srj , ta : k: Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal) ICy., School iiabkkts in rent variety nt A. nrrcnB. Nkw Stock of school shoes erts it HigKinn'. A nice rain wan fulling as wo wontito dist Episcopal church, bouIIi, nt 070. 1,209 1 WEAREINTHESWIM. Just Back From the Cities And loaded to the water's edge with the newest, nobbiest and cheapest stock of goods that long experience, great Stanford, Skitemiikii 1U, 1892 lt.o.WAi.TON.BUB.ManaKer MEANS BUSINESS. EsnitAviNO beautifully nntl nrtiatically dono nt A. H, Penny's. Buy your hooka ami Hchool supplies of all kiiula front A. K. Tunny, who sella Dr. Pierson, of Philadelphia, has Bemumiieii your account ia duo. I'leiiso been chosen to Bucceed Mr. SpurReon in call mid settle. W. B. Mcltoberts. tho pulpit of tho Metropolitan Tabernacle, London. securiTo Loan. $1,000 on real estate Don't forget the sale of Locust Grove Squire E B. Caldwell tells us that ty. Address Box 10, tanenster, Ky. stock farm on Sept. -- 1st. Rev. W. G. Ball, of Missouri, closed n A ri'LbBupply of hosoand nozzles will Wantkd. Shelled onts, will pay high- meeting at thu Waynesburg Baptist bo found at B. K. A W. II. Wear- - est marktt price. B. K. & W. II. Wear-e- n. church Sunday with 12 additions. Large and apparently much interen 8. press lost night. at Mcltob IIFIIavk r r fv-jili- em i fr" A ested crowds attend Rev. Tharp's meetand shoes Tiik electricity wns turned on yester- ing nt the Christian church, but there just received, at Mcltoberta & day nnd tho incandesconts worked beauhnvu been no vibiblo results ns yet. tifully. It may be tonight before tho Mrs. Win. Johnson got religion at nt puhllahor'a prices. arcs are lighted. jewcirv your watch, clock ami Millursburg, Ohio, and lifted n terrible Ix8T. A pair of gold spectacles berepnjrt.j Bt A. K. Penny's. All work tween B. F. Jones, T. F. Ci.aiik'k, a practical plummernnd weight from her soul by confessing to Sr.'s store and Dr. J. warranted, silverware, watcliefl, B. Owsley's, iteturn to this olllce and steam titter, lias formed n partnership the preacher that shu hnd set fire to tho Kkmkmiikk thntnll with Peter Straub, Jr., and they oiler clothes of her and burned Can obtoin. rltiKS, c, hoiiKhtntA. K. Penny's will get reward. Ladies' Dress Goods in everything new. All the new bo eiiKrnved free of charge. their services to tlie public. See ad. and her to death. things in Changeable Silks, Velvets, Uraids, Fur Trimming-,- , Jets, &c. It is said that the nllairs of the First give them a show. The Southern Metho list Conference Men's, Hoys', Ladies' and Children's PERSONAL POINTS. National Bank of Middlesboro have been 9 at Middlesboro was attended by 1G0 Ninnki.lky'b livery stable was crowd- preachers and IS lay delegates and tho adjusted and that it will resumo busiMits Oct.wia Sizkmouk rottirtiiHl from ed yesterday ami Mr. P. P. Nunnelley wonder is how they found enough to eat ness in a short time. Louisvillo Saturday. tells us that lie could hardly find street MisaLiz7.it: Mknkikk is hack from n A. T. Maiitin, the May wood merchant, room for tho hundred or more vehicles in that forlorn nnd "busted" boom towrj After preaching Orchard Uo lengthy visit to .Somerset. came to town yesterday and swore out a that ho had left with them. Qualities and sizes and at or three days, Rev. Georue 0. Barnes Miss Annik Ham: went to Somtrsot warrant for Mnut Padgett, a colored yesterday to attend the fair. Bkwaiik of John Wallace's blacksmith left ye&tcrdny for Richmond, where he damsel, who had for yd an order for $!i V. P. Oiiimks and J. S. lockMkhsks. worth of goods on Green Iliutt, also col- shop, unless you want to be robbed. will hold n meeting of 10 days, and go to er went to Chicago Five dollars was the cliargo for putting Waluutta, in Garrard. After a series of ored. Mies IiTriu Dii.mon, of CrnhOrchnrd, one shoo on a horse, because he thought meetings there he will hold his next in Stacks of Men's, Youths' and Children's Clothing in all grades and Jim Wohtiiam, a brother of Sid is tlie nuest of Mim Mery Diuldemr. he had us in his power. Cook it Al- Danville. We arc leaders in all departments. If you would buy agent nt Jellico, had a hand cut len. Dr. E. O. Guerrant writes the Jessa- at all prices. l)n. S. P. Quant and children, Kvu cheap goods, good goods and stylish goods, come to the new Cash mine Journal: "Am hero at the seat of and Kred, spent Suuilay with Dr. A. S. oil while coupling cars in the yard at Mn. F. L. Austin has associated with that place. He is an old brakeman and tho war, in which some Store. Price. him in thu painting business, W. II. at Rowland, where he Bowell, of Middlesboro. In addition to 10 men were killed. Organized a good Mies Mauv, daughter of Mr. K. H. is last night witli 3S members, four Beazley, left for Hamilton Colltie yes ran from for years. house nnd decorative painting, they church terday. of sign work. Give oilicers and raised $000 to build a church. Tiik Fair directors met Saturday nnd make a specialty No church or school house ever built O. V. K11.KY, Ksu ,of Pineville.isdown authorized Treasurer W. M. Bright to them a call. hero in tlie count v seat of Perrv Haz wife, who is nt Mrs. Km- - settle up the a Hairs of the company. on a visit to his zard." Tiik south bound train was loaded ily Jones'. There whs about $:t50 lost on thu fair, so VllKilNlA BATTI.K FlKI.I) AND Cf. A. It. Miss Annk Shanks returned from a for each share of $10 there will bo re- with delognt s to the republican convenNational Encamtjiknt. Bull Rim, Mation at London. Judgu Denhnm and p'ensflnt visit to friends in Sholbyvillu funded about $0 60. nassas, Appomattox an other celebraEditor A. A. Lewis, of Pulaski, weie ted Virginia Battle Fields are reached yesterday. Wheelbarrows, Cross Cut Saws, Fencing Wire and Staples, Baling B. 11. Da.sks, the Hustling Jeweler, among tlie throng, nnd not one of them only by tho C. & O. Railway. Round-tri- p Mies Kosa Tayloii, of Nevada. Mo., Wire, Horse Shoes and Nice Toilet, Chamber and Dinner Sets. tickets to Washington ami return with MIhs Louhiih Duddcmr and has just received his llrst shipment of dared to take a $5 bet ng.dnst Coleon. during tho G. A. R. National Encamptlie latest designs in silverware and jewis her uest. Tiik Cnrponter House was sold by the ment in September will be good forbtop-ove- r Mils. Jknnii: Dl'N.v has n koo'1 iuhic elry for the fall trade. Call nnd spend a ut any point on tlie return trip. Exagents for tho heirs, Messrs Saulley and chifs at Junction City and went down few minutes plcaully. Shall be pleas $1 50. Always on hand. All goods sold Miller, at public auction yesterday to cursion rate from Stanford od to show vou the goeds. yesterday to begin work. Thomas Dalton and Georgo S. CarpenMu. II. K IIcuiihh lias koiio hnck on NKW AM'EUTISKMENTS. Tn khk is a decided scarcity of cooks ter for $ I.S00. There were several bidtho road for the Ijuirmtor in tins section and it is hard to ot them ders for the property, which seems to and was here yesterday. Or taken back. Goods promptly delivered. In thu muan-tiii- e have brought a fair value. - for either love or money. : MlM (NKK HflTMAN rotllNUXl tO Illisgood wives are broiling over the villo KriiUy, where, the lteconl says, Cait. Wm. Hkkniion tells us that lie the stoves, which is not calculated to oi a tiourilitiK lions. she will open candidate for tlie repubis a sweoten their temjtrs to a grnt Storo-rooMiss Ai.hk Yoi'Mi, of Laiieanter, took lican nomination for ciicuit judge in this Valuables the train here yesterday on her return to district and that he will g't it nnd he Hollius Institute, Koanoke, Va. Wiiii.k breaking a couple of Wyo- elected. Of coiirso ho was just talking OARRAKDCIKCIMT COURT. Mil. S. V. Johnson, of Missouri, ming ponies Friday afternoon, Judge T. to hear himeelf talk. Ho won't put up K. S. 1I.1W Adm'r, l'laimiff, vs. It. S. : FARM, A : Friday and will aUt hiB brother, L. Shoitou was turned over in his buggy any of the $2,500 a year ho is drawing lUsi'Men's llein, DflwidttnU, in biHlly. Pifteen Acres of Grass Land situated on Danville pike opposite Dr. Steele Bailey. Also a good the Oarranl Circuit Known as the J. I Carpenter place, situated Ily villus ol judgim-nProf. It. V. Johnson, in the Academy. tf in at Rowland and bfldly hurt about the from the State to back it. tb above styUtl miles from llustonville, on the Middlcburg pike. Piano, Sideboard and Carriage C ill on or Court at its August term, 1B91, Mns. Joseph McKomkiits, of Denver MRS M.J. MILLER, face and hands. He was unconscious suit, I Kill, on The place is well improved and III a healthful loStanford, Ky. MrKiNNK'k. Mrs. Pearl Pulliam, of cality, lor particulars, address Col , and MiM Sallio Mcltoberts, of when liia friends picked him up, but MRS. W I HEDDENS. Wellington City, who has been visiting MONDAY, SEPT. 23 ,1892, Cmpbellsville, are with Mr. John M. soon came to himself and is now doing 1010 Olise Street, Kansas City, Mo. 56 tineot her mother, Mrs. M. V Tabler. will re- At ii o'clock. a m . ur thereabout, ,'beini; the it McKoberts, Sr. well. ( the- Garranl . turn home Tuesdny. Mis Alico Uooch day of the September term, !.,, bidder at public Jt imiK T. ., Mouiiow, of Somerset, and DEALER highett County Court) tell LIMITED As a result of the water works, the is visiting friends in Somerset tiiia week. outcry, Ix'fore the to the aJ J&.I?i.Jt door la Lancaster 03ST3S FIKST CLASS TTZCIT? Col. I). It. Collier, of Louisville, passed riDi-u projiiny, Ky , tlie louowini: ae' FOR THE through .Saturday to attend tho burial of insurance companies have reduced rates An interesting meeting of two weeks' in Harrodsbtug, says tho Democrat, from duration, conducted by Revs. W. S. Tay- A Two-StoStoro-Hous- e, And Country Produce, Brick Gcure it. Bradley. 23 to 10 contd on the $100. Stanford may lor and W. It. Davidson, closed nt New Has opened to serve Mil. John V. Jtoi'T has secured a posiEXCURSIONS, the peoplo ofhis stock of goods and Is ready Is offer on the West side of the Public Square, in Lancas- HARVEST Stanford and vicinity. He expect the same or a greater reduction Salem Sunday with :W additions to that ter, Ky , on Lot No. 5. Said is about ing unheard of Bargains nnd all who want Cilnxu tion iw traveling snlcsmau for AUG. 30 and SEPT. 27, idr, with a tfol cellar giwds nt the lowest possible prices should 100 feet Ion, by i feet when her tire company is organized and church. Miss Etta Gooch is contemplabelow Above the Store room are 7 good ollice brook it l!ro , grocoia, Louisville, and him on Logan Avenue, near Lancaster pike THE "WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES" ready for work, which will bo in a week ting leaving for I)uisyille next week to rooms 1 he hit on hnh 'he houe stands exwilf start on the road this morning. on aboo west end of the house bacK to the Will run lor rale Harvest Excursions or two. Tlie tends from the learn short hand and alley. Also dates to points in Minnesota, Montana, North and Missiu Annik, Jknnik and DovikCaii-I'bSTKit- , South Dakota. Tickets will bo good twenty lao) by meeting held at Smith's School-housprivileges Ci.kan I' i'. It is ordered that each of Winchester, enmo over to clays from date of sate, with IIOLTSE topoints west of M. Paul and Minneapolis We t lie s lie of tho Carpenter sire tc s til 11.1 It House nnd every citizen in thu city of Stanford Measrs. W. P. Walden.Jr., and E. W. un .ViK Ml, for lull information, address any of tho CompaOn what Is known as Lot N' - In said town. This ny's representatuej, or cloan up their premises and cleanse their Arnold resulted in S additions. and are guests of tho Colley House. home has to store rooms lielow and fronting on AS. C POND, : J : North side of l'ubhi. Square, with 7 rooms suitawater closets thoroughly, as tlie board of Gen'I Pas. and Ticket Agt , Chicago, III. John Sam Owsluv, .In., has been In tho county court yesterday G. B. ble fot resident e Well improved, 45 acres to go in wheat. It has a TKKMS The sale will be made on a credit of outside of his district. The health for the county and Statu will' Cooper renewed his bond as county No. dwelling on It, good barn, buggy house, ice f and ia months, the purchaser bewjt required to house cabins in yard, two wells, fine spring and Barbourville Herald saya he was there with the marshal, visit your premises clerk, witli Dr. Ed Alcorn and T. J.Rob- execute lands with approxetl security, payable to spring house, large pond, Ac. AH unded good Commissioner, h.ivim; tn force aud inspect them in a lew d.iys. Done inson sureties'. W. A. Carson qualified the Matterliidgmcnt up hi whU h execution may and fence, (.'all 011 or address last week looking after Ids prospects. effect of a t J. M. BROWN Mns. Fiunk Harms and Albert re- by order of tlie city council. D. W. Van- - as notary public. Thu will of Squire M. sue If not paid at maturity, and bearingand per. cent with a interest from dav of sale until paid, Near McKinney, Ky. i locust : turned from Chillicothe, 0 , Saturday, to deveer, Mayor. asadditional securiC. Portman was admitted to probato and lien retained upon property Possession of proper ty for the purchase money. delight of the ol man, who plnys yhu on it will riven WiiiLieMr. Clay Ellis, of tho West Mrs. Eliza Port nun qualified ts execu- isfactorylw bonds. immediately"R. A.ex"itlon ofiat- Lincolu Circuit Court llt'RNSIUK. the "old batch" with mighty poor trix without security. Tho will relinPlaintiffs, 8 M C Garrard Ciic mt Court, Lancaster, Ky End, was hauling logs down on Boiling Emily II. Jones, grace. Sale In Equity vs. Fork Friday tho "booming chain" broko quishes all right in the separate estate of Jce C. Jones, &c , Defts MissksSai.i.ik Walk Kit, of Perryville, received from her log fell from the wagon. his wife, which sho Iiv Irltieof a iudtment of tho Lincoln Circuit and Annie ljisley, of Parkland, and Susie and he with thu The log, which was IY2 inches in diame- father, nnd after tho third, which the Court rendered in Uieaboe styled case at thu OcLasley, of this place, spent a few days tober term, i8.)i, 1 will on and 1(1 feet in length, struck him, law gives her, is allotted, tho estate is with Misses Mary T. Green and Lucy ter equally divided among his fivo children miuhiug several of his ribs into his Sept, 21, 1892, (livens in the West End. Oct. 15, 1892, lungs. The unfortunate man is in a pre- and their heirs. Mrs. Josephine Peacock, On At ii o'clock a. m. or thereabout, on the premises, Articles to Suit the Most FastidiMiss Mai. oik Lkwis, accompanied by the Mrs. Catherino Miller, Mrs. Elizabeth And pursuant to a decree of of 11 I incoln Circuit sell at public auction to the hlghc-- t bidder the ous. A complete line of Stock Court, MissSallie B. Bay, camu down from carious condition, but his doctors think McAlister, Joe E. Portman and Mrs. ceased, the fine sold on the premisesR at Gentry.de following described property, to wit: public aucwill bo may pull through. n few days at her he to tho highest bidder. This farm is on the Buckeye and spent Rhoda Feiuel, the last two shares being tion Itranch turnpileioad, about 14 miles from A Blue-Gras- s Farm of 449 Acres, Rith father's, Dr T. B. Lewis. Miss Lewis T. J. Tktkiis, marble cutter for G. G. left in trust. Tho will of Thomas Rey- Starford, is well watered, splendidly fenced and i Rood and 32 Poles, tells us stie has 70 pupilseurolied in her Wine, hii a dispute witli Mr. II. I). Rob- nolds was also probated. Dr. Green Situated on the waters of the Hanglnc Pork, about '., miles west ol Stanford on the Shelby City pike 305 school. ertson, a Louisville tombstone mm:, Moore qualified as administrator and tlie and and adjoins the lands of G A. Lackey, Jos with tfood residence, barn McAlister, Wm Burton, and others aud is Mu. and Mns. Jok S. liiiE left Satur- when ho says thu latter called him a estate is to be equally divided nmong Of fine For further descrip and stable thereon Most of tho tarm is now In the Lewis It. Jones farm for sale tion and metes and boundi, the pleadings and title day for Philadelphia, where Mr. Bice liar. Mr. Teters is a very pesceahlo man, Mies Ettn Gooch, G. F. Gooch nnd Mrs. lue Gras Thii farm will first be offered tracts and then as a whole herein goes H8 n delegate to tliu Ticket Agents' but that wns moro than lie could stand, W. It. Davidson, after a special bequest Mi three separate bid accepted which amountsand papers (arm Is are referred to, with cood dwpllln: to well improved bald thOM bids or that Association. They will he gone two or so he let out witli his right and Robert- of $500 made to Mrs. Carolino Gooch. the moot, and will be sold on ttedlts of 6, 12 and iS house, barns and other outbuildings; has un abundance of water for all purposes and is suitable months. three v.eeks, during which they will vis- son did the Sullivan act. Teters went Possession for seeding purposes will ne giicn lor crowing hemp, corn, tobacco, wheat and small on and alter day of sale and full possession Janua- - grains, and Is one of the bel larms in the county, it the principal points East and go as far immediately beforo the judgu and conDEATH'S DOINGS. land, in a high state of rv ,. 18,11. all fertile Stanford ana is a No Stock Farm. West ns Chicago. lor lurihcr infoim.itionR address IIatGENTRY or fessed, when ho was fined $5. K. J. haid Farm is susceptible of division into two Complicated Watch Repairs and W. A Owens, of Barbourville, of call on Mn. W. It. lioocn, of McKinney, was tracts, one 350 Acies and the other of about 200 Hill .I McKoberts, p q A 1.01'Ibvili.k judge has decided Hint a the several brothers of that name, ia Acres, each tract fronting on the turnpike road. Artistic Engraving a Specialty. hero yesterday and contracted for the Said Farm will first be offered in two parcels as .IK YOU ARE GOING.. All goods sold engraved tree of charge. above and then as a whole tract, and the offer realprinting of the minutes of the South bicycle is a vehicle, and must keep in dead. izing the most money will be declared. Wo did not learn till yesterday BYoiir patronage respectfully solicited. Kentucky Association, of which lie is the middle of thu road aud oil tho Said sale w ill bo made on a ciedtt of 6, 13 and i3 In meeting other vehicles it that Mr. Thomas Reynolds, an old and months, in equal installments. Bonds required of clerk. This oilico has printed so many THE. . the purchasers, bearing 6 per cent, interest from McKinnoy neigh, of day of sale until paid, with poml personal security Baptist minutes this year Hint nearly all must turn to tho light nnd not expect estimable citiou the and haMiig the force and effect of a judgment; a horhood, was dead. Ho was SI yeais of tho force is thinking of joining Hint any moro privileges than accorded them. lien also retained on thu land till all the purchase money is paid. This is a good decision and ought to bo old nnd hnd lived to see his wife and all church. Said sale will bcinadefora division of the pro- To have )our photographs taken. Ho keeps up applied everywhere. Fortunately our his children die. List fall ho professed Mn. James H. Bauouman, u hand-sowith all tho ceeds among the heirs of L R. Jones, deed. church, Baptist G M. DAVISON, mid very pleasant young gentle-mni- i bicyclist keep oil" tho sidewalk as n gen- religion and joined tho Master Com'r Lincoln Circuit Court. room in n vessel For information call on or address J. D., E. II from Stanford, was hero Sunday eral thing nnd cause but little annoy anco being baptized in his Louisville 4 Nashville R. R. And will give you good satisfaction, or J. C. Jones, Stanford, Ky. for the ordinnnce. prepared and Monday. Mr. Baughmnn was look- to pedestrians. A.J EARP.Manrord. i. P S. At the sale of the abmo Farm we will sell Tho death of Georgo It. Bradley, public auction all the Stock, Crops and Farm-a- t ing after tiio interests of the Stanford Is the line for you, as its Mils. J. M. Hail has paid but little atfaUtensils on tho Farm. J.D.JONES, of his TAKE THF. ft H.JONES, lug Roller Mill Company, as well as some tention to tho reports that thiuvea wero which occurred at tho home 51 J C JONES ther, Col. V. O. Bradley, in Lancaster, fa'A. individual interests pertaining to "our prowling around these nights and haa Friday, of typhoid fevor, is n terrible Make close connections at oiks." Barbourvillo Herald. More not been in the habit of locking nil of blow to bis father and mother, whoso LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI J the latter. Sale thu outhouses. Without any notice, tho hearts were set on seeing him become For all points. OF Mt. Vernon Signal eayB that tho The thieves paid her n visit Saturday night man that a bright THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. Q) L0UI5VIU.MIWAIBAT CHICUQ RfTtQ BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH 14 Choice Jacks, Several StalL. & N., appreciating tho long and valu- - and carried oil nearly everything eatable thu distinguished mind nnd haudsome person seemed desnblo services of Agout James Maret, of on the place. Sho says For any information enquire of lions and other Stocks, &c. that shu is now tined to make him. May they find conJOES. ItlCE, Agent, fered to promoto him, but lie likes his receiving consolation by everybody Stanford, Ky. Or Bay in their sorrow, iti As administratrix of W. G Hubble, dee'd, ( will solation nnd solace surroundings so well ho declined to ac ing I told you M). W. W. PENN, Trav. Pass, Aiient, LINK TO host of friends unite and Junction City, Ky which their cept it. There is no accounting for feel for tho stricken ones tho sineerrst Wb make our obeisance to our enterOCT tastes. Why a man should want to at Mt. Vernon, when he could go prising neighbor, Stanford, on tho com- sympathy. At ' Sleepy Hollow" Stock. Farm, in Lincoln And This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and county, 7 miles west of Stanford, near the to Stanford or some other cityiied placo pletion of her water works and tho abunCHURCH AFFAIRS. and Turncrsville turnpike, offer at public others not to trespass on our lands without perALL dant supply of pure nnd wholesomo wais more than euy fellow can find out. sale nil the personal property of the deceased mission, as all siuh will be prosecuted to the POINTS extent of the law. Signed: This properly consists of a herd of 14 choice jacks ter within tho reach of all. Why should V. Sizeinoro will preach at liev. A. ;. Jl.sruUiA.MUUKK and jennets; two saddle stallions, On Time and I. E. HRUCE. CITY AND VICINITY. not our peoplo agitato this question? Rowland at !5 p. m. next Sunday. .... And Hart Denmark, 13 brood marei, saddle and drivj 55 C. BALL. THOMAS ing horses; 3 suckling colts, pairs of work mules; Tho town or city that is not well supRev. W. K. Kllia went over to Carmules; a lot of 18 extra STEELE 1IAILEY. fine pair very Tiik Lancaster itecord snya Garrard plied A.M. FELAND. nice yearling mules; 14S sheep, sow and shoals; 1 with wnter nnd light need not ex- lisle and Hlled Kev. Tharp's pulpit Sun-daII. W.GAINES. cows and calves; 3 yearling cattle, College opened with 112 pupils, 15 of pect to "swim," but must flounder in Also all farming utensils, nearly new, including JAMES G1VENS. hay rake, a corn planters, I. S. PHILLIPS. whom are boardere. mower, Finest and best Vestibuled Buffet Sleeping Can mud nnd darknees. Lancaster Moll'ett held a protracted ANTON RENACKER. Rev. A. S. and spring wagons, &c. Ac. Also and Parlor Cars on all trains. plows, 3 farm, hay, corn, oats, REYNOLDS. CLARK The all crops on the What does a Waiui Batbon will meet thoso at Nonesuch, Woodford county, meeting Mn. II. No change of cars, best accommodations, quick M. LACKOWITZ. Farm of 335 Aiieo, nearly all of which Is in grass, est time and lowest rates. For catalogues and T V. NEWLAND will be rented privately toio desire instruction on the violin, town want with such things. which hrouRht 10 bouIs into the fold. For Information rddress W. W. HAYs. particulars, address springs nnd wells aro good enough Wednesday, Sept. 11th, nt Stanford FeA bulletin issued by tho census of. MRS. M J. IIUUBLE, Ailm'x, G.C. LYON. JAS. BARKER, G P. A , Chicago. V. G. CRUSH, D, P. A., Louisville, Shelby City, Ky. I RED BAU.MANV. " for it. fice puts the membership of tho Metlio male College, !1 1'. m. Nkw stock of Buell boots Hig-gins- '. sister-in-law Patience, Pluck and Hard Cash Shoes in All the Styles, nt-Cr- n 1 IIMDCIK BOTTOM PMlCCEiB J. S. HUGHES. Wor-tha- French-Everso- le well-know- n 1 Fresh Stock of GROCERIES 1 Keeord-Home-rUa- GUARANTEED as REPRESENTED, McKI3SnTE Commissioner's m, Sale. BBOS. d ox-ten- t. etc.. FOR EiBlTT. nr-riv- SPLENIJID FOB SALE. C. -- t ii nd-dr- - B. FQBTEjtX, IN-:- Court-Hous- t? ry Round Trip -:- General Merchandise, Morr-hou- e type-writin- e a'-te- BRICK and LOT stop-os- er Good Farm For Sal. 11 c" Containing 1 ioo Acres, Is- Commissioner's Sale 1 mTm A-- run 5J-4- ; Pine Stock Farm For S.ilc. Saturday, D ANKS THE JEWELER, Wednesday, 1 Contains about Acres Watches, Clocks Law-so- Jewelry Blue-Gras- s 1 And SILVERWARE. A; m hide-wal- k. WORTH WEST, GotoEarp'sArtGall&ry Latest Improvements, mu Double Daily Trains Administratrix' m THE WORLD'S FAIR MIOAe(lD9 m in POSTED. WEDNESDAY, 5,9, McCor-mac- k lull-e- st WEST 1 1 y. N(0BTJBCW3lilSTo Kecord-Homestea- d. A-- aide-tra- ck Lan-tern- 's fur-th- er 54-t- d "- -. '&&' emi-Week- 'firJ ly Interior Journal AT TO-DA- Y. Publlsuod Every Tuesday tvnd Friday $2 PJSU YKARIN' AD VANCK. aj-When and From Dear Kate's Scrap-Boollshed In AfTectlonalo Remembrance or Her. Oh, let us not hide from our lo ed ones, The flowers Those we hold dearest and best, of affection we nurture, And bury them deep In our breast. For lips may be snowy That are red like roses And hearts may be breaking; with sorrow O'er words we've forgotten tii say. to-d- Pub- - not K. o paid 82.6Q will be chargedVa said Gazzam to Mr. Peck, tho grocer. "Yes, sir, I remember selling them to you. Do you want another dozen?" "No, I don't. I enmo In to say that half of those eggs hnd chickens in "I bought a dozen epga of you Itrctlfylng- the Error. - NEW BUTCHER SHOP. yester-day,- " 1 NOTICE N-t- them." I Ime Just opened a firt-ch- s Hutiher Shop on Is hereby Riven that ouroffer to lurnttli freo wire- Lancaster street, where will keep at nil times Inganrl lamps to persons ordering lights pIpii'B 1 turrsa cost to lliose ordering water, will esplre nScHS-A-aron i itetnbers, 1891. After that dale the Stsalord : : S Water, Light and iccio win lurnim 1111 .uyi'nw Hist can )c obtained, which I will sell at the marmured at reasonable pikes. ket price I hate a tine, new, large refrigerator HOWE lU Ml i ENGINE CO. SJ and meats will atuass be lept fresh and nice S mo JULIAN VEST THE BEST 1 I will delUer ICA eVfikV rnnriilm ... tx Stanford and vklnity at 5,, cents p,--r tin pounds: for so to too pounds at the rate of fto cents, an d under jo pounds at thr rate of 75 cents 1 caM peclal attention to the John Trennor Jlrewme C..s Celebrated I X. I., fleer, for which ill famish In eithc kei; or bottle am agent. Write for priee. K.IIRKM It R.Stanford, Ky tjtf ICE ASTD BEER. t,aill.. u. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leaves Rowland at 7 00 a. m., returning al '5:20 p. m. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. M ill train going North South Eipress train" South .r-- J North...: Local Freight North South-. The latter trains also carry passengers. The above Is calculated on standard time. Solar time is about ao minutes faster QUEEN & CRESCENT South-boun- nopm - .ii35P 3'Sjm 6w, supra J9 Pm Oh. why should e keep our carresses, Or words of endearment and chetr, Until either blestlng or cursing Unheeded shall fall on the ear; Then let us not ive ALL the tlawers To stre on the graes of our dead, licit scatter a few on Hio'a pithway, To comfort the luiug instead. For there In the Land of the Silent They'll need not our praise 'or our blame; thoe we cling to most fondly, the angels nay claim. So smooth out Iho rough, thorny place So cruelly wounding the feet, let us mix with the bitter A draught of lore's nectar so sweet! T-day love-word- BQYIELL, EUSTM matter." OP,all klmN, All persons Indebted to tho firm ol Chadwi "Then you will give mo six good eggs pay STANIORD, KY, Made and Set Up in All Parts of count, ,. Co, willmeplene call Randllailey lliuir a., citl.iT to or John tho bad ones, I suppose?" for nt Cra House, Sign, Decorative Painter the Country. Onhnid. I mean Al.l "So, indeed! I'll charge you threo -- 4t O. P NKWI.AND, Assignee. No Agent- - rrepl'.yed and Paper Hanger. dollars mora for tho lot- - Spring chickEstimates furnished. ens nro cheap at fifty cents eaclu Will Country work solicited W. ADAMS & SON. you pay for them or shall 1 put it on No. (i llroadway, Lexington, Ky i6m -- Dealer In your account?" Urooklyn Life. A STIIIKINO mo. "Indeed? I'm very glad that you told It will enablo 113 to rectify tho $ MONUMENTS ITotio I KAM I'LK. Lost or Stolon. ROUTE. ; rast -- y fiC Special Mail t 57 P m ; New Orleans Limited 3 17 P " Special 8 A C. Spctsl i .a m ; lllue Grass Special 6 30 a m ; Cincinnati Limited t. 48 p. m.; tast Mail a iS p. m d Hliie-GraNorlh-lound-y Trainsptss Junction City as lollows taj6am 4pm RKD AND Willi K SCRt 11 S1T.KR, weight about 900 pounds, rather paunchy and horns turn pd up Was taken or escaped from a pasture I had reuted near Itustnnville last week Reward lor his return or fur iiiforuivtlon leading to his I S TEN IS, Shelby City, Ky S3 THE London, 77 RILEY K. U. RILEY, HOUSE Foreign and Domestic Fruits, - - Proprlotor, - Kentucky. Confectioneries, ,Vc Has with him a first class baler and ran lurnish read, Cakes and the like on short notice. Hr To-da- y For Sale II I I have moved to my new Hotel and am bettti prepared than ever to accommodato the public. Good I.ivery attached and every convenience denied. Give me a call. HOTEL AND SALOON AT ROWLAND FRANK RILEY. IFOIR, 1 S-A-ILiI- E. hen let us not wait in bestowing s we never will miss ; The For lips may be marble for a kits. That hunger And when we shall hear the faint plashlng, As o'er the dark riser we go, Forallthe fond words and caressing, We will not be orry, I know '1 y Twentv BuUclliiir I.otH In the corporate limits of Rowland I. DA RSI'. Rowland. A Notice to the Traveling Public. I hate had THIS SIIISIrON HOUSE At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and have in connection with Hotel one of tin- - lient saloons In the State, open day and nlnht ; a nitfht man in cm all trains In lonnei tmn wnh llmi-- e have also one of tho best Mineral wells in the Mat and for reference to vtnlrr, call on Mr and Mis S W Patrick, Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Moyd Ktin, lenn.A A. Warren, Stanford, l)r I) K Proctor, V II llraum. Mr and Mrs T W Hamilton, Rowland, Mr and Mrs K II. Jt.hntrm, Net. llaen. Jim Cox, Urcsnsliuti; Rates Jj per day J M IVlrev, ilitk Give me .1 mil J W CARR IKK. Prop N It has Rood well, stable, coal ion of thai. house and other neressnry outliiitldiucs. Addtr-s-s a MR MAK C. Fr RRII.L, Stanford piivalely mr frame Hotel and Saloon at Rowland, which are now renting at Vj per month It is centrally located and a fine point lor business, being at a l ripinal joint on a divisoffer for sale John II. Cattleman O. Lanham NEW MEXICO. meaning of Frofebsor bluff? Rej tesentlrc Robert Yesslr. Professor You may give mo an exHartford, of Hartford, Conn., (To the Editor Interior Journal1 ample. Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. Gala Hot Simunc.s, X.M., V'y Robert I can llclc you with one Pennnsylvania Firo, Philadelphia, Many years ago, while a boy, I used to hand. Ins. Co. of North Amorica, " Professor SI rl What's thnt? live at Logans Creek, on the Crab OrchAll of ) i'li are fmt Ht Companies I would 3IYKRS 1IOVSIS Robert That's a bluff. Golden Days. for their ard pike, anil caught musk-rat- s Se pleased w.it o my liicmls in this line. P.. BAHBEK&CASTLEMAN icies ptomptly isned ill Inmic aiiaimt tnrna skins, for which I received from 10 to Her llxnct WnriU. Jo.'., taind il in.s an t lihtuihe ichtainf ilai MANAOKRS, 15 cents from the Stanford merchants, Housekeeper How's this? You promes ana. ne.1 wit'oiut additional .'iarc.e Offo e at First National Hani, Vuuli', and somehow, this morning, it all comes ised to saw some wood if I gavo you n Commerce Building, P. W. GREEN, Prop. Louisville I can see tho little frame, lunclu H liest ol back to me. -- THR M'ANMiRl) A Cream of Tarter Baking Powder Tramp I recall no Mich promise, Ajents throughout the South all in leasening strength -- Latest United State hnlMlnished honee, tho barn across the This tal It, whiih is r in In innei lion with the Food Iteport. Government madam. M)crs II ie lus ' ten supplied wllh pike, the dear old father, who is long Ice Co. ROYAL HAKING POWDERCO . "Tho Ideal I told you I'd give you orlc. 106 Wall street, New since dead, my happy mother with my lunch if you'd saw some wood, and you W. A. TRIBBLE, Local Ag'ont, A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, lias contracted ith rermnille firms lor Its plants baby sister in her arms, that baby w ho ugreed." Buggies, Wagons, aud will have the lie and KhtrU Plants comple STANFORD KY ted in about slsty dart, the Water Plant lOttD afis now herbelf a mother, and myself a "Pardon me, madam. Your exact A. S. And Drimrncr's Suppl es and l better than eer ter t lad, watching with terror a words were: 'I'll give yon a lunch If you prepared to supply Hie publii with In order to place individual contracts in adSURGEON DENTIST. " vance for Water and crowd of men from Stanford who had saw Hint wood over there by tno gate.' HUSTONVILLE ACADEMY RIQS OF ALL KINDS. offers the following KlottrU l.ii;hl, Ihe Company Office over Seer.inec& Son's Store, Main stieet, "Exactly. That's just what I said." Necessary water just killed Jim Bridge water and were wll W Stanford. "Well, madam, saw that wckhI over cdjings, uiains at actual teat tor pipe and laid, con Net ted to REV. W W HRUOE, Principal; Personal and prompt attention .urn! wrV boasting to each other of the deed, but thero by the gate, as I came in." X. Y. I'sitits anl llurtal r lee Irk ires put In an--l Hricuarv IiIsim MISS KATE BOOLE, Assistant, P W (.Rf KN. I'r.i n.ior free ol iharKe it is not of this I wish to write. Weekly. DR. W. 13. lode of lie--t ii(alily and susranlecd t;lve Opons 1st Monday In Sept. A I. BURNS. .Manager I wish to tell you of a country of which istlifai Hon TIki Young .11 a Meuiit ltulnt's. I he licdule of adopted rales Is torn js. to )9 Primary, there is less known than any part of the "Young man," said a stern parent, .Special Intermediate and Advaiu ed Grade fur I er cent lower than is uaually clsea attention Kitcn preparing boys recently United States and I might add, of many with tho accent on tho young', "do you Collect?. Office South side Main street, in office Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. For terms, At... address foreign countries. Why will people go Intend to stay here all night holding racated by Dr. L. F Huffman, Stanford, Ky. RK. W V 1IKC K. Hustomille Ky my daughter's hand and looking her in 47 Dwelling of rcoms, one faucet across the ocean in search of ancient J I a h additional room tho eyes like a sick calf?" R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. ruins, while here in these rugged moun additional fautet "No, sir." SI rrt, Hanks ami Piivaic Unices, laucet tains, on the banks of this beautiful i ' MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, "What do you intend to do, then?" alhs, private, sue Ismtt J DENTIST. Hose attachment lor sprinkler more ancient than the stream, are ruins "Well, I had thought that when you Sta' let, private, one animal S u office, (s moving to ths Higgms ""i'lrA'ih.'i' pyramids and shrouded in more mys- did us tho kinducs to retire I would aadiliestal animal Nitrous Ox.de Corner Mam aud Depot Streets, tery than the Sphynx. This is the land put my arm around her waist, and STANFORD, Electric Light Rates. Kontucky of the Cliff Dwellers and high up in the if sho did not object too forcibly I Stanford, might risk a kiss." Texas Siftlngv far commercial uie M. CRAIG, overhanging cliUs still stand their primiHas Just received a handsome line of Spring and DR. ne arc and Ihicc 16 e. p. incandetc ent tamp summer Millinery and invites her friends and t'ie per year So Dili Sim. . .. tive little houses, though their occupnntB j f. generally to tall in and set first choice Vjt i Homoopathio Physician, o h ch itKanaVscent light, prr n.. Mr. II. Hero are somo chocolate iiutilic and Hounds trimmed In the latest style by have long since been carried to their Fa" jo . f . . . . most artistic hands H .1 KENTUCKY $ STANFORD, ther. Some of these houses are hewn creams, Johnny. Do you think Miss .. . it j will be down soon? to 3 p. m.; 8 to in the solid rock and in gazing up those Irene 10 to n a. m j Office Hours: Kestdeme Use Lir Johnny (after stowing them away se' Office on Lancaster street, opposite dizzy heights your mind is filled with curely) Yes, sis'll bo down purty soon, Knrili6c " p lnettd4ccMt lawp ixtno t ' y.1 " '. 41 .. iy .1 .. i wonder, how any one could have scaled I reckon. I wish It was you sis was JJ ' s lniiT. TWWllPrraWiiTT-'rrT- ra " 4th" " going to marry, Instead of that stingy perpendicular walls and enter Knr each addllMisal ' Palls Branch Jellico Coal Co those scarcely large enough to admit a old Snagsford. Demorest's Magazine. I or luilhcr Informalion, apply to doors IN UIF. J V HAYDKN.Supt Ac Miners and shippers of the GENUINE child. This race must Opinion. Ills have been exceedingly Binall as every- "What did you think of my new thing goes to prove it, doors, height of book?" Inquired tho ntithor of tho Try it. We are tho sole agents for Stanford and ceilings, smallnesa of rooms, etc. A critic OKTIIKRowland. Office corner ol Depot stteet and "Oh, I thought a great deal OK STANFORD, KV., short time ago the Hill brothers found a was tho prompt reply, and theof it," moOINS & WATTS. critic CHARACTER mumifled body, not over two feet high, passed on to prevent an expression of CHOICEST Is now fully oiganurd and ready far business with with every indication of being full tho nature of his thought. Detroit A I THE- WILLIAM Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. grown. But as this was a hunting trip Free Pre:s. Dealer In the above Dealer in .... Surplus, . - - - 19,000. and not a scientific exploration, I will Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs Didn't (in to Amity'. Solicited Stock Cattle and Sheep a specialty. SUCCKSSOIt InTIIK LINCOLN leave the CI ill Dwellers to a later date Aunty I foci real provoked to think for Cash only NATIONAL ' Goods sold Persons having any described IIANK OK STANrORD, and proceed to tell you of our fishing, that you and your itmmtim were in A full line of the Choicest Fruits for sale or wishlni tuof the abovesame, Till dostc-purchase will Now closing 1 have just recused my Fall Stock of ''hoes and up) with the same aitelsand under town tho other day and ont to a restau- and Vegetables and Swan's Down to call on or address me An espcriciue uf fifteen the same management cordially inute the citiiensofthls slciuity to call which our party was anxious to resume. years in this business has hern of profit tu me and Goods sold lower than instead of coming to our house to lly provisions of Its chaiter, ileponlors are at In and examine them. Taking our way up the stream wo at rant think I can make It profitable both to the buyer Flour can be had at fully protected as aie depotitnis In National Remember I am headquarters lor Staple and and seller ' O addreas Stinford, Ky. dinner. WI13' didn't you come? too Banks, its sbaieholdeis being held Individually will soon nave a compicic iu.c last selected an ideal camping ground. Fancy Groceries Office at ihe Myers House Littlo Nephew Wo was hungry! liable ta the esteat of the amount of their stock of Hardware in stock I). 'S A limpid stream as cold as ice, tall pinu Good News. therein at the par value thereel, In addition to tb H. HILTON, Rowland, Ky. J 57.,yr amount tnvtsted In auih shaiet It may act as trees that seem struggling to reach the Goods Delivered Free of Charge. executor, administrator, trustee, At., at fully at I'mippreelatfil 'I limiulitriiliir-."- . EC. top of the cliffs that almost reach the in IRlllVKlUal Terras, 30 Days. Husband Good-by- , my dear. I'll lo those who cnlrutted their hulsmets to us sky. Trout abounded in the stream dreadfully lonesome while you bo while mnaging the I incoln National Hank ol aro Stanford, we we here leader our many thanks and am agent for The Central Kentucky Hedgi and tho wild turkey could be heard callREAL KI AGENT trust thvy will continue to transact their Lunnets away in the country Fence Co. il Lancaster, and ofler the services ol with us, nHilng at a guarantee for prompt alter. both myself and the Company to the citizens o" ing to each other from the underbrush. Wife I know you will, loe, and I've tMsn to tame, our twenty yens' espcrien e Id Ky. Lincoln county. I am ery thankful for the liberHero's a nice new duck (tanking and at al patronage received and hope by lair dealing to Mr. Murray who claimed to be scared to prepared for it as are con Farmers in need of a Rood b merit a continuance I have juite a number we saw, but and a sot of chips. N. - Y. Sun. I AH MS lor mli l tbe ' slant with sound inking me at the Mers House in Stanford death at every bear trac' fence will fin J It ainl.iii Lincoln ilnty i cry HtHKCTOMS: n each County Co.r, day who in reality was afraid of notliint:. A Small MattiT. i ntrv raiuitnrc an writ improved alitl tCd (mssn J J. William,, Mt. Veraoa; rt h lands, running m ie from ;n to jdo Acres took his fishing rod and with only a six Small Son My kite is Hwy up on top ( uttderinc lhei lHaluy, Ihtir nchncn ami J. M Hall, !twloed; hi v of soil, the convenient uf turnpikes and rail-J. " tEA'iER shooter carelessly stuck in the wai.it-btn- of a tree, all broke up. I '.!. IIRUCI J. S. OwtUy, oft that bring markets ili;ht to our door, they I'apa That's too owl. of his pauN, struck out up the S J. Kmbfy.Stenfetti; jn cbapcr than tho) l.aml. uf any other lOuatyia I Small Hon Oh, it wjutt'l the one BRUCE & YEAGER, I, State 1 here is sranely a I'aim m the counstream, lie lnd none about n mile and J. K I.) an, Stanford; made mjhclf. It's only a bought one. ts oer j miles from a detot A W. Carpenter, Milledgevillc, while sitting on I he coumy is checked bank for an uh turnpikes runniD( J r. Cath, Stanford, LAW, FBI AKD BUI STABLF extra large trout the which angling caught Good News. 'I here is not a nuMic n.ui en iliredioti of hud he William (.ooch, Suulord, K i. ruiic the couuiy seat that is Hot Macadamu., ! SlHtrlmiiulul Item. have the knoxwlle ilranch ol the I. A N It S II. Miankt President aghmps; suddenly he sw a shadow STANFORD, KY. K diidir)( the county from Kaat to West and the Friend Why do you let that fellow J II. Owslty, Cssh ir fall acro3s the water and on looking up S R K from North to South; the K C.K K W M Hnght, letter cut you out with Miss Jinks? The above firm went into effe-- July it and re- what was his surprise and troin this place to Cini.tiiii.iti, crossing the C O constornatiou ul the patronage or the Mr. I'ewsoads All, my tlear friend, it t Winchester, Hiving full acies to the marketsol spectfully asks a share public. , the whole world. Ilcsidos, e have threo large to sen a Unca "silver tip" bear Blinding is not fjood nowadays to ofTor your hUur Mills in the county that Rite ul a market on his hind feet not three yards from hand if thuro is nothing in it Texas ft all our gram riht at home, and the develop NATIONAL BANK NEW RIGS AND HORSES jintntof the mountain lesions ol Kattetn and hitn, with a devilish grin on his ugly Siftings. Kentucky bv latlroads and the outOK SIANKORD. KY and uothi 12 but City Have been pun 'I In- Infant tins. let Sonlh by railroads hat created such a Jci.unJ mouth, in evident anticipation of hii turnouts will leave th stable fur all kinds of circuit and urusender that wecan coming feast. "It's the littlo tilings In life that But Mr. Murray didn't scarctMy retain cnouKh lor honieconsumption Capital Stock he ieople are prosperous, generous and kind, Give care to be oaten, so instead of breaking count," said the philosopher believing in (.'Immunity and education. 'I here i7 "Yes, indeed," Ktid the primary teachJ INCHON CITV, KV. is not a neighborhood in the county but has a Surplus his neck getting away, as he always deer; "you should vibit my school somo I lav just ererted a new Marble and Gramto gcod church and clared he would do, he j'erked his pistol time and honr them." I'uclc. Attention of the public is invited to tho fac HllUV! aud am fully prepared to fill orders for all stanlonl, the county seat 01 Lincoln, is a pros- kind ol Marble, and Granite work I liau i it my perout little city of uoui a. sco inhab.tatita and is that this Is tho only National Hank in Stanford and sent a J'j calibre bullet crashing Umler the provisions of the National Hank Act employ skilled workmen from the East. My freight the meat doorway from the North and North A CiiiiiiroinNr. r '...f through bruin's heart, but such was the idciimeacun ma uu exceueul ml I will not lie un east South and from the Northwest In Nmtheatt, depositors are secured not only by the capital Olllco Hoy Can you let mo off this derokl itoik, but by the ttockholders liability lor an ami slimline as it noes caring right Into the lio JOB S. WUIUIIl. i vitality uf this great beast that quick as STANrORD, KY., amount equal to the stock, to that depositors of am of the undeveloped mountains of Southeastern afternoon? My grandmother is dead. Kentucky backed up by the wholo lllue Grass this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. lightning he covered the intervening Head of Firm Not very well; but you rveion ot the Stato u ith railroads running throuch Kive tworn ttatementa ofthecondition of the bank COFFEY, distance at a bound and with one blow can run out two or threo times aud look it to all points of the compass, makes it naturally are made each year to the United Stales governone 01 tnc nesi locaieii lowns in ine aoutn lor ment and its assets are examined at stated timet of his xroat p w crushed the poor boy to nt tuc score. I'uclc. by government agents, thus securing addititona mannfaclures and other enterprises of magnitude a-WThis Hotel, renovated anl refurnished, is now the earth uud with his luce in Ilia great Water Works aie no being agitated and right and perfect safety to depositors, urr A Distribution or .llUrry. This institution, originally established as ths in my charge and I intend n conduct it so as to ol a mile abotethe town about not only maintain, its huh reputation, but to add nglyjawa, died before he could close there could be erected Water Works with very Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1858, then She You going to irarry? Why, tied as the National Hank ol Stanford in iS6j and to its long Hit oS friends. Special accommoda. little cost that would supply a city of 150,000 inyou'll never bo able to stand homo life. as the First National Hank of tions for commercial travelers and tine rooms for them. Tims we found them, directed habitants with the purest and best water in the again the dlsploy of samples. world Our littlo city hss been newly rebuilt in Stanford in iS8a, has had practically an uninterIIo Well, if I can't, my wife can't, by the shot, Murray atuuneci and bleedrupted enstcnceof it years, It is better supplied the last few yeaisanil its business houtosaril resing with the great body holding him cither; so that will bo one consolation, idences will compare with larger cities of greater now with lacllities for transacting bmineit prompt A First-Clas- s Saloon Life. pretensions, uur merchants aim iraiietmtn ll y and libirally than cser before in its long and We estimated the bear's weight We hae two honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduprosperous and doing well And MILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached. ilowu. .Mlsculviilutlon. banks with a capital slock ol $100,000 that aie ciaries, firms and indisiduals respectfully toilef JOSEPH COFFKY nt 1)00 pounds and for a wonder for this ted prosperous and in a good condition. 1 got a pour In church, and cow time of the year, was fat. We cooked The Directory ol this Hank is composed ot We have splendid schools. We have a Kemale I am to Rrlof resign d. building, with over 100 pu College, a large brick I.J. Foster, orStanford; a part of it and would have eaten it with For lh one I love to look nt boat pils attendance and under the prlncipalalnp ol Korestus Kcid, Lincoln county ; Sits in luo pow behind. i'rof. J M. Hubbard, Is in a flourishing condimuch plea&uro, only for one of our paity -- Ufa. J. W. Haydcn, Stanford; tion. We also have a Seminary that is a good W.,n..- LI declaring they were at one time huschool, with I'rof II K. Johnson, at us head. We Mr ' S.H. Haughman, Lincoln; ll.ul feliootln. have one of the best Public School buildings in Q- man Highest cash market price paid goino and had iieed turned into Unu for Stranger (at Gory Gulcli) What did M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; this section of the State, with over 100 pupils in gre.it crime. S. T. Harris, Lincoln; and with other good private for Snop to the Com attendance, school facilities are excellent schools, Havinir removed my Ilarber I am going again in October to onen yon lynch that man for? you see our J. S. Hocker. Stanford; Z2 mercial Ilotel, I aui Wo have elegant church biiilniugs, representing Leader of Mob IIo fired nt a man an' some cliff dwellers houses tiiat I fount! O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; every denomination, with a full corps 01 ministers on thifl trip, lliey are sea od un a,,,! killed my horse N. Y. Weekly Prepared to Accommodate Ladies of Has class talent and are doing a better business T. P. I till, Stanford. no one has ever been able to get to thorn than any data of men in the city. W. G. Welch, Stanford; as well as Gentlemen, I have tried to make this statement at fact, Certainly Not. utu i win lane rope, uiock ana tackle &c, at W.I Tate, Stanford In anything they may wish Id my line. without anv exaggeration or coloring, as those Hojack Tho Creator certainly made and bo let down from nboye. I will waited on. Call on un. OKKICKRS: who know will bear ne out, and those who with prices and locate I. S. Hocker, President; then give you somo interesting facts if a good nsh when uo mado the shatL to buy pleasant homes at lair & CO., M. F. amont; a good people with all the best surroundyou care to have them. Yours Truly. Tomdik Yes, but still you can't sny John J. McKoberts, Cashier; ings would do well to call and see mo before pur. STANFORD, KV, Hot 1, Ho made no bones about It. Jury. In that NnvMKYito. S iyr A. A. McKinney, Assistant Cithler. chasing olsewl.ere The Cliff Dwellers, Fishing, a Bear Story, Robert, do you Know tho tho word precipice, or ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. J. If. KAUGHMAN, KIUKANI) SIOKM INSURANCE AGENT ARiWe insurance Company, AiiR-SOtli- . POWDER Absolutely Pure . ursnsEnr stabus n I I 4 well-kiiuw- Watertight and PRICE, bare-foo- FIRST-CLAS- S 1 PENNY, Dentist. 11 I . . 1 I ",'" JViJthpkv' -- Milliner and IlrcssMlalccr --- J. --- JOHN C 1 . 1 court-hous- paik(Vln t'c-- r A 39-i- Fresh Groceries! -- five-year-o- Original Jellico Coal. Greatest Abundance -- t.l FarraersBaak&TrnslCo. J. H. HILTOIT, -:- 3IOKELANI), k General Merchandise. LOWKST PRICES. JESSE WEAKEN I TO THE FARMERS. T. BUSH, I ESTATE Stanford, I i lilieratiK-coMmodatioii-i " ' lt iie-'.- ra rVr-- t ? d i ry vV ' FIRST ha-e- d first-dai- s - tliem a Call. Junction Marbls&GraniteWorks ) I South-easter- 1 5200,000 20,000 achool-hotit- e. THE 60FFEY HOUSE .... JOSEPH Pro'r. Of s 1 threo-foiirtl- is ar-a- j7-t- CASH ELKIN I 111 I y ip m Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, -- Chit-als- o I JESSE iiom'soN, COTi-aerr-l- .. tla afri - f . J4-d.r- . " .3W a..,".!-- .