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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892092001 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. Semi-WeeklVOL. XX. DANVILLE. y Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 20. 1892. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. NO. 59 r ;yJ 1 The Somerset Fair. Another Somerset Fair has come nnd -- A clioico lot of seed wheat for sale. j Mr. Paul Lansing, of Mercer, nud Hon. Linn Itoyd, of Covington, gone and another success is placed to .T., II. Cnllii.r. r.iinimutiir -Mrs. Mary Viloy Jones, of Versailles, ,..v.r .....v.i).U. In town Sntimlny. was the credit of nn enterprise that lias J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Albert Harlan, a old were married last week. Mr. Win. (Glork) Holmes, formerly known nothing hut success from its cltUon of negro, died Sunday nilit. D. H. Carpenter, Ksq., or '"Doc" as of Danville, now n permanent birth. The average thinker would conu6th, X892. Next Mondny will bo county court everybody in Lincoln calls him, husHup Lexington, a momberof tlio city counclude that because Pulaski is a mouncil, etc., is hero on ft homp Imylnjc trip. day and a large crowil id expected to bo prised all his friends by becoming a tain rather than n bluogrncs county Full corps of Conwrvatory and Kormal School teacher. Superior coupes in Literature, Muilc and An. Excellent hoarding department. Catatoguea and circular! furulihed on application. Benedict. Ho was united in mnrriago there would A wtablc on tlio D. and 1). IiiBtltuto in town. he nn nbsenco of fine stock Tho union services next Sunday Thursday evening, to Mrs. Nannio Grin-sa- and groiinda burned Friday "Wit about 7 that a fair without fine stock is no of Hopkinsville, a handsome wid o'clock. Loss S00. Insured for IOO. evening will bo held at tho Presbyterian fair at all. True indeed is tho latter Cause of tiro unknown, but mipposed to church. Siirmon by He v. Wayet, of tho ow with wealth nnd two children, one n proposition, but such is not the chsp. Iinptist church. reporter on a Birmingham paper. Since lmvo been accidental. Pulaski has her full quota nf blooded In a shooting scrape, near Buckeye, his terms as county attorney ended Satuiday evening all of Mr. Henry DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. early Joe Pierce whs shot in tho left leg by B. "Doc" has been tiaveling agent for tho animals of the nuHilruped kind, and Lerner's symptoms pointed to an when her entries are auumentod by THE NEXT SESSION OF THIS INSTITUTION BECINS SEPTEMBER 14, 1892, recovery. Mm. L. Ih tbu lady wIiohu land. The examining trial was set for .lUna Insurance Company and has been numbers from adjoining counties, she was Saturday, hut continued until tho 'J 1th. quite successfu I. Hero's looking at him With a full coursoof tudy, both Knglith and ClatMc.il. Whllo tho course ot Instruction U especially cane, a critical BiirRical operation, can and does make its good a show in adapted to prepare young men (or the Frethmati Clan, It li Intended at the tamo time to furnish a Thurmond Anderson, of Brodhoad and his nnd hoping that ho will continue literal English education to any who desire It. In connection with the Academy, noted in Friilay'a paper. that line as tlio rest of them. Mr. Win. Ktmsell, whoso homo was is in town. Kirnest Brown, who has the good work in the family bo fairly beIn company with Messrs. P. W. Green, A in Central Illinois died at tlio homo of been connected with Stfeenuy's dry gun. M. S. Baughman and S. M. Owens, I left Itoll-iiiHas been established In the Homo and under the personal control of the Principal. Kegular study goods store for n number of years, has The New Era concludes a nice notice of his brother, Jas. Kus.wll, on tlio Thursday morning for the above named hours under the supervision of the 1'riiicipal and assistants and the restraints and government of Chriswith the t educational advantages. Fork, from a complication of diseas- accepted a position in Louisville. John of the marriage as follows: fair, thoroughly confident that a good tian home are combined in regard to board, tuition, etc., address For lurther particulars Hev. Nicholas Ijicey, a vonentblo paHo win .' yean old M. Farra and his sister, Miss Ada, left es lat Saturday. show of stock and somo nice trots awaitJAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danvlllo, Ky. for Staunton, Vh where Mies triarch of the M. K. church and uncle of ed me. and had been hero on a visit for several It has been my pleasure to atweeks. Ada will enter school. Mr. II. A. B. tho bride, pronounced the ceremony. tend siz out of seven fairs that tho PuBefore the lato Lud Veech died and. MBrksbury, who has been confined to The parlors and halls of the pleasant and laski county A. & M. Association has last May, from his beil for Haveral weeks, is slowly im hospitahlu home were decorated with when on his death-bo- d, given and from past efforts I knew it a wound inflicted by Mike Morrissy, at proving raro Mowers. The supper which follow- was nd imme of chance. It proved far children, Harrodsbunr, he pvu bis two In tho absence of Judgd Morrow, ed the impressive ceremony was a tri indeed from being one, too, for the fair to his father Hon. Richard C. Warren, of thu Stanford umph of culinary skill. whoso mother was dead, Everything of 1SU2 far surpassod predecessors, A.J. Veech, of thin place, nnd since bar was elected Hpecial judge to preside that the palate could suggest was spread which is truly saying a its great deal. shall keep constantly on During the year 1892 I iIiah ilmv Imvn made their home with at the called term of tho Garrard Circuit before tue guests in abundance. FlowOn account of the rain, which fell in hand a full and complete stock of Mr. Veech. Ust Friday their mother's Court, held on Siturd.iy, tho 17th inst. ers, fruits and edibles of every descriptorrents, the fair did not begin until father, Mr. John Triesler, of Shelby Judgo Warren business tion were arranged before them in Wednesday, dispatched but that did not change the took the little promptly and Hatiifuctorlly to nil con- tempting taste. No lady City, when in Danville in Hopkins-vill- o programme, for they simply set the date and took him homo cerned. Ho has inaiiv friends in Lan boy in hisbucpy can boast of n larger circle of warm up one day further and ran the fair over with him and refused to rIvo him up on caster who admire him for ability as a friends and sincere admirers than Mrs. Saturday. There was a Ko. 1 show of Mr. Veech's demand. On Monday lawyer, and his kind and courteous bear- Carpenter. Her true womanly traits, stock on tho grounds'-- and the trotters Judjsu McKorrmi heard proof mi ing at all times and under all circum- her mental strength and vigor, together were there in great numbers. Horses My stock of to who wns host entitled to the custody stances. with her raro beauty contribute to a with records as low as 2:21 J were there deci led that Mr. of the children and character and personality thatjcominand-eand with the grand invention, the pneuTHE OAKWOOD. Veech was. Mr. Veech then qualified admiration and esteem from all who matic sulky, they literally "burnt the as guardian and the little boy whs Riven From Dear Kate's Scrap-Boonnd Pub- - knew her. Mr. Carpenter is a gentle- air." The winner of tho yearling trot Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers of N up to him. man of talent and a man of fine busi- was May Day, and fished in Affectionate Rememthat of the 2:40 class drompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas Circuit court began hero Monday ness capacity. He unites la handsome was Forrio Boy. Tho latter was not a Daltoii in charge. brance of Her. A. R. PENNY. and Prosecumorning. Jiulgo Morrow I walked inthcoakwood'ii dusky shade, person, a pleasant address to his profes- favorite by long odds and his winning III the solemn wild both present. The Urn mmlc heard tor Herndon woie ener- was a general surprise. sional abilities and his Will Robinson, 'Nwth Dower,, a brooklet whlpennip made Hnt named charged tho grand jury, gies. He is a native Kentuckian and a of Danville, drove At icft aud iwccl at the pray'r ef child both of the winning which is nude up of the following namtypo of Kentucky manhood. Mr. Car horses. He owns the ileety yearling, Sued aw upon my tout Uy hold. ed gentlemen. O. H. Dobyns, foreman, penter will make this city his home in May Day. H. M. Jackson's Willie sighs, with m),tlc The Corral Hiiht, H. A?J. Hurk, W.O. Kern, J.J. tho future. A il it Msulii lit me uftfutd won the running race. 8. Webb, W. F. Powers, Andrew Wnyno, 'that hlch God's widom et denies; Friday's programme consisted of 2:30 FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. About closed out our stock of Spring Clothing; only a few Suits left, 0. r.Terhune, II. T. Gray, M. B. Hulk, A If it would o me rvvpal and 2.50 classes and a running race. I) Mahan, Chas. W. Wrieht. FolG. What the I ather's oe design In ill; which we offer at Will Bauhman Bold to John W. .Eletn won tho former and Honest Clay Hut trlrcl with fwr, It smd to lowing is a list of the standing jury: Verkes a harness mure for $175. the latter trotting race. Both of the Cm.J', awlul pirtence-an- d grew itlll. J. II. Bonta, Tilford 1'urdom, J. II. WilM. S. Bjughman sold to Dr. J A. Krom the Getman. horses were owned by Danville parties Goodloo, W. T. War.l, S. son, John J. harness horse fcr nud each had to work for his money. It Anion, n'3'vear-o!- d W. I. Penny. J.W. Broyles, M Caldwell. Tlio Queen iV: Crescent Itoutu will $125. todk four heats to decide the 2:30 class W. B.' Arnold, W. G. Prather, It. A. place on sale nt greatly reduced rates exJ. A. Cohen sold last week to Mari- and live the 2:50 class. Tho running Just received a new stock of the It. Walker. B. II. Perkins, J. II. Martin, ' cursion tiukets to many tiointa in West on Burch 100 head of stock ewe.s at 1. race was ogain won by Jackson's Willie h. Salter, U. 1). Bruce, 0. II. McConl, and North-wes- t, and toJArkansas, Tex- Midway Clipper. Carroll. ' Richard Cobb, W. C. May, Jas. as and Indian Territory on Sept. 127th II. C. Hall, of Montgomery county, The crowd on Thursday was good, but L. M. Gray, Geo. Carpenter, and October I'.lth, 1802, good for return bought of Geo. Owing lOOfbarrels of not bo larce as that 'of Friday, when ' H.SIielton, II. - Worlov '20 days from date of sale. Tlio Q. A O. new corn in tho Held at $2. there were between 5,000 nnd 0,000 presand Louisville Southern will give reduc William Moreland bought of vari- ent. I did not attend the last day, but CASEY COUNTV. LIBERTY, of -- u. uranu ous parties in this county a ed rates as lonows: reluctantly returned home. The card hog at 1.10 to A. When Col. Adams arrived home Loduu Knights of Pythias of Kentucky, for that day was the'best of nil nnd the In Stiff and Soft Hats, Caps.'&c. In the Shoe line we can offer you Crit Davis writes M. S. Buughman prospects wore that there would be an Friday evening, he met with an enthu- at Harrodsbnrp; Sept. "I, Kentucky " anything for siastic reception from both his republi- Conference M. E. Church, at Louisville; that he has entered Naboth in the il,- - immense crowd. Many Sept. t!&, meeting of Orphan Brigade, 000 stallion stake at Evausville, to be can and democratic friends. Tlio ladies of tho Christian cnurch crowded around him giving him hearty Confederate, at Paris. For further in- trotted Oct. 1. served a fine dinner on tlio grounds and At nicht tho Liberty formation as to rates, maps, etc., call on congratulations. An ear of corn which measures )l wore liberally patronized. They are As low as any House in town. . artillery gave a number of rounds in ticket agents or write to I). G. Edwards, inches in circumference atjtlio butt nnd raising money to build a church. .May long is tho pride of a Screven they succeed in their good work. E. &W-- . Collars, Neckwear, Hosiery, Puff Shirts, etc. Trunks and honor of his success Would havo con- G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. county, Ga., planter. until late in the night if it bad tinued The littio games that are usually at- Valises, Umbrellas and Gum Coats. and col A wash made of Nancy Hanks (ailed to 21ower In r tendant to fairs did not flourish like a not been for fear of disturbing Mre. L. caine to bo applied to the nasal passages, We have a few pairs of Shoes and Slippers that were slightly damWilkinson, who was sick. when tho asthma comes on, is an effec- record at St. JosephMo. She lacked a greou bay tree by a long shot. The opqutrter of ajsecoud in carrying out her erators yelled themselves hoarse, but it aged "by removal at our recent fire that we will sell regardless of cost. tive cure for hay fever. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. was no go. The scarcity of money, or a L Miss Lucy Leo Hill, of Lexington, undertaking, making the mile in 2:071. The Harrodsburg Haying-- ways that decided change, for tho better in the PuSeveral peoplo aru hero this niorn-iu- g wishes all brooders and owners of horses to attend tho Democratic Conjjres that have wou silver cups nnd other the creamery is receiving 2,500 Ipounds laski county peoplo, has wrought a regunional convention, which meets here at plate to communicate witli her, as she of milk daily and turning out 85 pounds lar miracle since last year's fair. Candidate J. H. is getting up a collection of these valua- of butter which is easily (disposed of in The news of Co'. Silas Adams' norni 11 o'clock today. the home marketat25 cents. AdAir, Jake Corbett, of ble trophies for tlio World's Fair. nation was received with loud applause Hindman, of stallion of on the fair ground. Tho gallant colonel Moquette, tho The greatest potato producing State Bell, Sam Hardin, of Clinton, and Allen dobeat tho world's rec- was expected to attend the fair on the Mike Bowor.iinn, Baker, of Cloy, and friends are all pres- in tho Union is New York, which (Late Alexander's Hotel.) votes to the crop (round numbers being ent. Will wire result if readied in time used in all cases)370,000 acres and raises ord at Richmond, Indiana, on a regula- day of his victory and hacki and oinnl tion track. He was hitched to a pneu- buses bedecked in gayarray, tilled with for you to un it. :M),000,000 bushels or fully Rates $2.50 Per Day. Iowa matic tire mi key and did his mile in enthusiastic admirers and accompanied of the cntirs crop of the country. Gov. Hindman Nominated. . 2:10. b second with 17,000,000 bushels. by Eichhorn'a band went to the depot Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite theCourt-Housc- , A large and (J i m., Sept. ID. ' London, Tho best grade of "wheat is selling at to meet him, but ho did not come and enthusiastic convention hero Lancaster at 00 cents. JJiThere is groat great was the disappointment. lulclllci'iit ArrUuii Trill)-- . unanimously nominated Gov. J. K. : W. R. LOGAN, A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, complaint of weevil in tlio 6tack. Tlio Tlio hop on Tlmrs lay night was, as As white men advance into Africa, as Hindman for Congress in tho ltth Dis- they Marshall, clerks. Manager. now doing from all sides, thoy only chance to prevent great iloss is to usual, a graud affair. Tho town was full J. J. aio trict. Sam C. Hardin withdrew beforo find tlio same differences among tho thresh tho grain at ouce. Lancaster of boiler and beaux and these, with 3 John I'EAI L. u u ballot. jMXjplo as among tho aborigine oC other KecordtHomestoad. o CO 2 xr Somerset's full share, attended and it o p a continents, llio Jowost types nro tlio report tho goes without saying that it was charmnn " a B Tho Kansas Threshermen K 18!W was n sad one for 00 Tho yea a exceptions, and there nro puro negro average yield of w.ieat to be It bushels i B 2 CO ing iu oyery particular aud will be an n O New Orleans. It had cholera and yel- races of extraordinary nntivo talent. 1 20 bushels in central oasis in the lives of those present. It a s o CO ot the same time and lost one Among theso nro tho Maltololos, who in eastern belt, low fever and 17 bushels in western. It is es- was this time held at Johnston's Hall-h- alf SBventh of its inhabitants by these dis- nearly fifty years ago, under tho rulo of bell i--i - -- J m SoboiViano, a native Ciesaror Alexander, timated that the total yield will be near . way ""station between North aud CO eases. . 2.2 u O upper Zambesi 70,000,000 bushels. bJ CD e South Somerset. 3 s.cr Edward Johnson, a Louisville hearse conquered tlio whole 1SGI 3 .5 a tho subjectin w Ben SimniB, of Washington, sold time hauled 5,000 country. Although in Our handsome townsmnn, Mr. P. W. driver, who in his ed tribes revolted and obtained their u I & o p of 1,500 pouud cattle at 4 live corpses to their last home, was carted 2 t e- .- 3 tho .Makololo languago still cents. W. P. Smith, of Penick, a month Greeu, was made a judge in the races 3 co pi o ? - 2 Friday. His decisions in the mule race thenco himself, Friday. Ho had driven provails through tho wholo region. o O an s ago bought 150 head of hogs In L.ouib-yill- wore considered very suporior aud met V) o a hearse,for IJO years. N and brought thorn to his farm to with the approbation of tho entire o S Jclit-s- t Business I'rlcuil Nuutpiipcr. Tlio II Editor W. S. Sterritto and p J feed. Cholera broke out among them, crowd. Tlio Mashonaland Herald and rs.T3 Manaser R. L. Tico, of tho "Girl,". 0 m OS c Twelve long months will roll around several moro are Bick. Times, printed in Fort Salisbury, 50 dying and o Louisville, have been arrested for crimibefore wo will havo another Somerset enjoys tlio uniquo distinction "5-libel in publishing that the wife of n Africa,tlto higUest priced newspaper of Lebanon Standard. nal being in V. P. Prewitt, auctioneer, of Paint fair to go to, but then we are thankful druggist had run off with n "coon."' tho world. It is about tlio size of a shoot Lick, reports tho salo of Wm. II. Har- that it is no longer. Dr. J. h. McCormack, President of of foolscap, is issued daily and costs Somerset had ou her Sunday garb and nett, deed., of Madison, as follows: There tho International Board of Health, sayB shilling h copy. It is printed on tho was a large crowd and everybody witli a looked her gayest. Flags and bunting hektograph. after inspecting Louisville, that it is a pleasant smile on his" face. Bidding decorated nearly every house aud the town looked as if had for the propagation of cholera lively and no complaints of any kind. old 6waddliug clothes.she .. just doffed E. O. W. nor diseaso germs. In his opinion and other Farming implements Bold well. 23 hogs will take $100,000 to put the city in it brought Sl.05 per cwt; 5 sows and 27 Capt. W. A. Abbott, who has looj'Nieen with Messrs. Perclval & Mutton, Real Estate and Inproper Banitary condition by next When Baby wm sick, wo cavo her Caitorla. Bhoata 4?.; 31 light shipping cattle at surance llroluTi, Ues Moines, Iowa, and is one of When she was a Child, ho cried for Caatorla, spring. business men best known and most cattle, medium grade, thothat city, says: "I can respected the good qual 1.01; 10 testify to In K When she became Miss, sho clung to Castorl. Thompson, of Dei KarmanrveanMr.il. wltfl chton,c cattle at 2.30; 9 medium Hies of Chamberlain's Couch Remedy. Iluvlnj amicu-3.47; 13 butcher When sho had CUlHren. she gave them Castorla. used it in my family for the past eight year, I can w?; very He say: "At lime horse mules $57 to $77; 10 medium mare safely say ft has no coual tor either colds or my l feared It would m much o that croup." 35 aiW M I chanced to procure mules $71 to $130; corn in the field $1.75 L. Itourne, Druggist andbottles for sale by Dr. Ky. lir. About Optician, Stanford. Colic and Durrh.M boU'e ol a to $2.2 1. The home place well improvprompt relief and I lelive for Hemedy. It gave we drink A Safe Investment cured lie permanently, at l now eat or also ed, 218 acres, sold to Jell Cox at $51; uieJit A Guro for Paralysis. I please without harm. I have Is one whbhla i;uarauteed to bring you satis"CsutorUlflBOweUawlaptedtochMrenUiAt Frank Corncllu., of 1'urccll, lnd. Ter., tayi: "I the Nowland place without any improve I Csvatorl cures Colic, Constipation, factory results, or case of (ailure, n Induced Mr, Pinion, whole wife had paralysis in menta, 104 J acres, sold to T. E. Baldwin your purchase price. On this safe plan return of you can dt face, to buy a bottle of Chamberlain's l'aln the buy from our uuveitiscd druggist a bottle of K" I n. A. Aacma, M. p., eeetlon llalm. To their great surprlie before the bottle at $53; tho Yatea & Ballew place, 221 King's New Discovery for Consumption. It Dr. known to mo." s had all been uiedshe wa. a great dual better. Her !11 So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. Y. Without Injurious nirtlicaUOB. guaranteed to bring relief in every case when Bucklln'BArnlca Salve. face had been drawn to one tide; but the Pain acres, to J. W. BaleB at f27.87J; the used for any affection of the throat, lungs or chest alve "heum,world lor cuts, bruises llalm relieved all patu and toreue.i and the Creek-mor- o The Ccktaok CcmrAur, 77 Murray Street, N. Xchapacres, to Ad such as consumption, inflammation of tho lungs, fever .ore,, tetter, ,0'ulc" ., alio a Nickerson place, 90 345 acres to It all asthma, whooping cough, ruj mouth at.umed it. natural shape.'' back, i. ipraini, J. J. bronchitis, pleasant and agreeable to thocroup, etc ped liand,, ch Iblalns, corns and no ikl at $17.50; tho certaiu euro for rheumatltm, lame It la positively cure, piles, or taste, per. tious and swellings and liimenei., bottles lor sale by Barnettat $13.80. The Balo amounted etc. safo and can always be relied upon. Trial fctly kivv ed It i. guaranteed W Price perfect .atfiiactioc, Dr. M L. Itourne, P'ucslst and Optician, Stan J". per b3. V bottles free at A, R. Peony's drug store. S cent, to over $35,000. or'mone refunded. ford, Ky Ky. I Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday. September well-kno- I Centre College Academy, Home Boarding and Training Department bt-s- K to-da- y A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. ToiletArticles Glass, Books, d WATCHES, CLOCKS & JTSWEIaRX well-know- 11 Car-rol- l, WE : HAVE I? 'l Greatly Reduced Prices. Win-Kat- e, Jf. I- m-iii- . car-lo- ad 200-poun- NEWEST STYLES -f 19 A1; 'if-'-- I LADIES, GENTS AND CHILDREN, llj-inclie- .s witch-haze- M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. -' THE WILLARD. Louisville, Ky. "C ;- one-sevent- h . it- I - to-da- y 3 a CO a s J " i o at ? car-loa- 3-- o ?! n a o I Zani-besia- n r t 0 r . hot-be- d "'e'y ir"; 'X. jo-ce- nt any-thi- ne Infants and Children. HM 111 Irecond.t-.uperlorto.nrpreecrlp- Uon fggS'SSSSm in 1 - "!" f0r Sy A. R. Pnnr. SUatord. A" s '. . s v B M -- r A .5, JELS jE2 7 GLASSWARE AT '"i GKETEIN" ASWHT3T. A Beautiful and Useful Present given to each Purchaser buying Si's Worth of Goods or over ' TIE IiGICJI(B VILLB Commencing Friday, September i6th, until October ist. STORES, STANFORD, KY,. Tlic.se presents consist of Glasses, Lamps, Tea Sets, Elegant Parlor Lamps, Water Sets and other articles too numerous to mention. Nothing will be given for less than i's worth of immlc v ,im.:rr nr tickets about this, but a presc:nt given simply at the time of the sale. For $i's worth of goods we present you with a handsome Goblet, Salt Cellar or other article. For S2's worth of rmnrlc w nrA. uu nZ i a Lamp with burner and chimney complete, or Cream Pitcher, or Butter Dish or Spoon Holder. ForjSVs worth of goods wc present you with an elegant Water Pitcher, nr In ran i I nmr. Vai... For $$ worth of goods we present you with six Goblets or a Tea Set complete. For jSio's worth of goods an elegant Water Set, consisting of Pitcher, six Glasses and Tray, or antiiing of the same value Force's worth ol goods and elegant China Lamp, an ornament fit to grace any parlor. OUR IMMENSE, FULL STOCK IS IN AND EYERTHING NEW In Dress Goods) Notions, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes. Dress Goods I2jc per yard and same at iocyard. 36 inch fine Cashmere 20c per yard. Ladies' Hose, all colors. 5c per pair. Ladies Black Belts 5c each. Ladies' Merino Ribbed Vests ioc each. Men's laundered White Shirts 50c; Men's unlaundercd White Shirts 35c. Men's Suspenders ioc pair. Men's fine Shoes Si per pair. Ladies' Button Shoe 90c. Children Shoes 75c. 36-inc- h V Child's Knee Pants Suits 75c; Men's Good Suits $3.50; and Boys' Suits $2.50. A FULL LINE OF HATS . . ft 1 AXTD CAPS. Main Street, Stanford. LOUISVILLE STORE, A. Hays, Manager. AS3E MBY. Kllihax Taylor, who attended the republican convention at London, as he A resolution calling upon President claims in the capacity of a delegate from Harrison to suspend immigration and Knox, is an ideal member of his party. Ho was out for the stuff and not being commerce from cholera infected district able to get it in the way of bribes and for sixty days was adopted by the Iloiie. The report of a committee condemn the other illegitimate ways known to ing absenteeism and inattention of the politics, ho stole Mr. Colson's coat, some spoons and napkins frbm the hotel and members to 'their duties and recomabthe saddle bags of Sheriff" Moore, of mending that hereafter no leaves of sence be granted say in cases of nickWhitley county, from his room at the member) absent with- He was arrested and ' ness; and that all Riley House. be fined not less than $5 each waiving an examination was bound out leave day, of course made tho fillibusters tllli- over to the circuit court in tho sum of adoption of tho regeranium, to bo buster to prevent the $700. A port. They aro there for that purpose. sure, to help make a congressman. I 5 t b rf . J;. ?? rwv- - Eifv I P--A THHformer won with 14 votes to spare anu beating Colson 2S votes. In his speech " alter the nomination Mr. Colson Baid the soldier element had defeated him and if : he had to be defeated he preferred for Col. Adams to 'do so to any of the can- . didates. All pledged their support and the result left the party in better shape The dyspeptic individual who edits than was expected. As the Louisville For the Fall season and all the new things. the Mt. Vernon Signal, is the moBt even Times says, the only issue in the 11th is Jumpered man wo. know. He's always pensions and offices, and Col. Adams CHURCH AFFAIRS. In Arkansas, where the people's par- mad. A joke seems to liavo the' same will see o it that none who apply for TCr TIP4 TC -HI . H HI a, ty and the republicans promised to play effect on him that shaking a red ra'g at a pensious shall go away Lm w. m . im.B! m.'--i J xm m The Midway Clipper says that the w rMZM'-Jkzbull does on the animaland pleasantry even to the man who fell off a baggage tho devil, the democratic candidate for Presbyterian church there has decided 25,'JOI votes,' stirs his anatomy away down to the giz wagon on a retreat. In the preceding governor was elected by to spend $1,600 In repairs to their buildNew Ginghams, Pcnangs, Prints, &c. There ing. "zard. In speaking of Mr. James Maret's session and in the present Legislamore than both put together. accept promotion because it i ture, Col. Adams has won the sobriquet was less than 2.000 difference in the refusal to "How is it with you'."', asked the The largest, and handsomest line of Ilamburgs, .Terclion and men ttnii11 iara Yxtm 'frAm Xt Varnnn ' having made no total vote of tho peoplo's and tho repub- editor of the subscriber who was dying of the "silent man . . . 'f'"" . Edgings wc have ever shown. lican parties and tho democratic majorithat Jim showed iniguty bad remarked hes n elther He is a good work- in arrears. "All looks bright before is from 07,000 to 09,000. taste in wisning to stay in sucn a town thoUR,,t nmi the people prefer deeds ty over each me." gasped the subscriber. "I thought A Large stock of Emerson's Men's Shoes, acknowledged the best. when he might come to Stanford or to talk Ho ,8 a fmo RenticmiUf ma,B a Of course there was no doubt about the so," said the editor. , "In about 10 min- carrying tho State, nor wad some other growing and prosperous utes you'll see it blaz!" Baant 8ol(ier am, ig popilIar evory. democrats place. This, although jocularly intend - . wberfl h(J , known A llemocratic can. there that tho republicans would Eld. J. J. Miller, of Missouri, has o and Vermont, .but wo didn't exed, was too much for him of. the corru- - (H((Ue will not Btaml hnIf tlm Bhowing just completed a meeting at tho Tyrone gated brow and important look and af- -j wUh him in the de,d M he woud wUH pect to beat 'em so bad as that In Ar- Christian church with 15 additions, reduce their pluralities f o ter calling us names, ue says: it making tho membership 75 and they either of the other men nominated. It kansas and notorious fact that Stanford has done looks vcrv much like the 11th willfccon- - greatly in the other two States. will hereafter employ a regular pastor. more unwaYranted and conscienceless tinue to be represented by a republi Cabkv 'and Woodson, of rival A nice church has just been built. AnEditors blowing about dreamed of achievements pan. democratic papers at Owensboro, are not derson News; than4 any straggling village in the unieditor, R,ov. J. J. Hust, a It seems that Gov. Brown has not dwelling together in that brotherly love began meeting tho reformed church, verse, Middlesboro not excepted." Now Baptist at a former .y. ... Smith, remembei the 0th command-men- t been unusually handy with his pardon so ple"asiug to contemplate. The last night, which is to last two weeks or get excited. Stantord machine. During the first year of his 8iya the latter is in league with tho reand do not and the latter more with preaching at 10 a. m , and has done less .blowing for what she has administration he pardoned 89 felonies. publicans to defeH Ellis were insane denies the story and "warns the lying 7:30 r. m. Mr. Hust was onco editor of accomplished than any town you ever , Three of these, it is said, will expose his black a Hopkinsville paper, but seeing tho erknew. It is the only town in the State men and are .now in tho asylum; more scoundrel that he ror of his wav repented and is now an that has uono on in the tight monev ' than 20 were o'd and broken down men mailing schemes and run him to the evangelist ofmttch powqr. market and, with no attempt at a boom, who had served from 13 to 17 years In earth." This is no tirao for leading demoG". Livingston, one ofthe Elder J. has built a sn'lendid system of water! prison. Seventeen were pardoned a few cratic papers to fall out and fight each lighland ice plant and weeks before tho expiration of their sen other. The common enemy should en- most successful evangelists of Kentucky, workn, an electric Call and secure Bargains. in a quiet way 6cores of houses, which fences and Bix pardons were after tho gage their attention till Ellis is re elect' has just closed one of tho most interestexpiration of tho terms of imprisonment ed to Congrees and Pettit is eternally ing and effective meetings over held at find occupants before they aro finished. POST-OFFIC- E squelched. Halls Gap church, of two weeks' duraA number of others are being contract of those paroled, and were granted in tion, resulting in It) additions to the ed for ar.d th local contractors find it order that the beneficiary might be reA sim' thoroughly infected with yelenough man to do their stored to citizenship. This isn't so bad low fever is quarantined out from New church. Tim membership have taken A. C. SINE hard to get J. N.MENKKEI work. It comes in yery bad grace for considering that the stern old soldier, Orleans, while Bhip after Bhip arrives in on new life and determined to go to X you, Mr. Smith," to eay aught against Gov. .Buckner, pardoned during his the New York harbor loaded down with work in earnest. term 292 fejodies. Hut then all of them cholera patients. It begins to look like Next Thursday is 'the Jewish New Stanford, when a fourth or more of your tho foreign countries will do with dis Year. The year is of different lengths-Th- u entire advertising patronage is obtained pardon too many. ease what they aro n$t able to do by perfect year has 355 days, when the from here. Gein a good humor at once, When a resolution of sympathv and fightingd ecimiite tbo population of the what wo are doing months of Heshvan und Kialive have come down and see condolence for the family of Col. W. O. each 30 days; tho common yeurjhas 351 and you will be so kindly dealt with that Bradley irthe los? they had recently sus-- I United States. you'll be ashamed. of your crotsnees. It days, when Heshvan has 21) daysjind tained was proposed, Judge Finley In his mortuary report for tho 12 Kisiive has 30; and the imperfect year help3 a man to gut out in tho world ocmoved that it bo referred to tho com- months, Health Officer Gait says that casionally and Bee that tho sky doesn't mittee has only 353 days,, when both Heshvan Office peoplelied in Louisville. Of them on resolutions, a rather singular go down to the ground all around him, and Kisiive have only 20 days each. proposition, not to characterize it in 29 were murdered and only ono hung. if it does look so. The meeting at the Christian church harsher terms. If Finley lms spiteful This is the kind of business that mates and bloody held by Rev. Wallaco Tharp for tho last feelings against Col. the stigma of Full returns from Vermont show that very poor taste for him Bradley, it itwas ground" stick totho "dark two weeks closed Sunday night with 10 Kentucky. to show on the democrats have held their own there additions, five by baptism and fiveby such occasion. What would havo been while tho republicans have lost 9,202 Mks. Pottbb Palmer, president of the letter. All of tho former were young thought of tho action of the Chicago votes as compared with 18S8. Tho proo'f the World's girls. Tho youths do not seein to think convention in offering its sympathy to board of lady managers hibition vote amounts to 1,050, which is Fair, is as sensible as sho is pretty. Sho that "'tis religion that can 'give sweetest James G. Blaine, if it had to pass a gain o 278. It is figured by those who through the mill of the resolution com- can see no objection to the nude figure pleasures whilo wo live." Tho preacher aro given to that kind of thing, taking of tho went to HuBtonvillu yesterday to comSuch things must be spontane of Diana being placed on ono Is Receiving1 His Maine and Vermont's vote and the elec- mittee? buildings, as the form is one for even a mence a meeting. ous nnd unanimous to make them worth tion of 1838 as the basis,- tbat.a like re- anything. Kentucky woman not to bo ashamed of. publican los3 elsewhere would give Richmond, Va., has been selected On account of the illneBs of his wife, by tho United Confederate Veterans as Cleveland majorities or pluralities of Thk primaries in tbo 0th congressionGoods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. over 100,000 in Now York, 50,000 in In- president Harrison will not bo able to al district did not settle tho question of the place for location of tho Jeflbrson diana, over 50,000 in Illinois, nearly 25,-i- review the G. A. K. at Washington. Ho the democratic candidacy, bo a long Davis monument and May, 1803, fixed Michigan, nearly 15,000 in Wisconsin, hasjisked Levi P. Morton to represent drawn out contest in the convention at for laying the corner stone. Commithim. This will be a great disappoint- Waisaw on the 27th, between Berry, tees for thn collection of funds in all 10,000 in Iowa, about12,000 in Massachusetts, over 50.000 in Ohio and 15,000 in ment to those ofthe so called veterans, Hallam and Dickerson may be expected. tho SoutherntateB will be appointed. who never saw a president any more Hurrah .for Theodore. California. An Ash county, N. 0., woman broke than they over saw a confederate in time at London the record Saturday by giving birth to Thk republican convention Tub Louisville Times, which thinks, ofswar. Bix healthy children, all of took a crack at creation in their resoluund pretty justly too, that thero is noIt is sent out from Maine that James tions, but careklly omitted'any refer- whom aro doing well, as is also the body like Mars. Henry, lets him down G. Blaino failed to 'register and will say mother. The astonished husband has Perfectly rafe, economical, no smoke, no ashes, no soot; cook in hall easily as follows: "Wise men change" therefore not be allowed to vote. He ence to the Force bill. Tho leaders Lut taken to the woods. campaign, the time. The housekeepers task made easy. If you theb-- opinions often; fools, never. Three didn't care to vote for his aucient enemy that is not an issue in the A big democratic barbecue wes held wish to Wattereon thought for in the White House, and doubtless he they will find out differently beforo the at Clinton, Friday. months ago Mr. Speeches wore campaign closes. democracy to nominUe Cleveland was took this course so as not to do ao. i made by Judge Lindsay and Congressto go over a precipke into an open grave. There has been such a change Jor man McKenzie. About 5,000 people y, 'casting up tho, sum of probaIt is stated that his race for the con- the better In the condition of Mrs. Har- were present Buy her a Gasoline Stove at 1). A. McKinley, consul to Hawaii, bilities,' be arrive at the conclusion gressional nomination cost David G. rison that arrangements are being made that 'the democratic outlook is all that Colson 550,000; another proof that money for her removal 'from Loon Lake to a brother of Gov. McKinley, died Saturthat cornea easy goea easy. day of paralysis. Washington. . eould be ueiireu.' Col. Silas Adams, of Casey, was nominated by the London convention a little after midnight Thursday, on the IGth ballot. John H. Wilson ajul II. F. Pin-le- y Stanford, Ky., September 20. 1892 were withdrawn, und the tug corn- ling between Adams and Colson, the SEMfcWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL WE HAVE RECEIVED -- W. F. WALTON. i , SIX PAGES. ! j First Shipment Dress Goods ww v ' sweet-scente- d I i -- empty-hande- j r' 4T w m TTTT QTPTGJ m M -- .4 ' i ; , carry-Main- e Bii:viumanoii: ,& BOW is-- a t IBJcROBERTZ, . DRUGGIST, ( t- Drugs, Toilet Articles, School Books and Stanford.. REAR OF ROOM. " vv SINE & MENEFEE, Proprietors of The and Yard Ilcpot Street, Stanford, Ky. -- I STANFORD LUMBER YARD, H.6.RUPLEY,-- 3,-3- v wwhSWht long-dreade- d - ILT'AlLILTIKai'llIlMcGKfidDBB n well-forme- GASOLINE COOK : STOVE B. K. & W. H. WEAREN'S.. M To-da- Keep a Smile on Your Wife's Pace, .ft TS u. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal New Hrofl. lino of whip!! at McKinney ttlO Bttlf) Fob Sai-k- . CottftRO on Mill Btreet Apply at Interior Journnl ofiice. N. will make n rato to the Odd Follows Grand Lodge meeting nt Covington, Oct. half-fare NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 3 A GRAND DISPLAY. Fall and Winter 1892, Mmt y first-clas- s ATTKND Stanford, Ky., Skitemheh 20, 1892 Stock Farm To of Locust Grovo TheL.i round-tri- p SELE OF STOCK & CROP. I.oan.--i,0- 00 E.O.WALTON.Bus.MunaKer MEANS BUSINESS. 1 ty. AiUIp-s- on ren! eatiito securiBox 10, Liincafltor, Ky. " 11th. hcnutifully nnd artistically dono at A. It. Funny's. Buy your books and hcIiooI oupplicH of all kinds from A. K. Funny, who soils tlii'in at publislier'a prici-a.Havk your watch, clock and Joweiry ropairod at A. It. Funny's. All work ENnKAViNo " narruutud. I if Ksmkmhkr rinRS, ho uncravod frco of charge. PERSONAL tc, that all silverware, watches. bought at A. It. Funny's will POINTS. 11) M.hj. Dr. J. U. (JAitrKNTKit is of ma-ari- al w lever. Miss Susie Nkwi.a.nd isquito sick with malarial fover. Miss Maiiv Vaunon is visiting friends in Cynthinna. Mit. J. W. IJitow.v, of Buckeye, was hero yesterday. Mns. S. W'auuks is visiting friends in Crab Orchard. Mas. A.nnik Jam KB nnd children nru visiting in Lexington. Miss Fan.vib Shanks returned to Hamilton College yesterday. Muh. W. B. McHoiikkts and ohildren went to Louisvillo Saturday. Haiuiy ItAUGiiMAN left last weuk for Athens, On., to enter school. 0. V. Gkntiiy loft yesterday for Soda l.n, Mo., on a business trip. WhxSkvkkanck Is in Cincinnati buying goods for Severance .fcSon. MibsNoiia Fkancis, of Garrard, was the guest of Mrs. F. F. Nnnnelley. Mits. John Bki.l Giuson nnd son havo returned from a month's sUiy in Wi llamsburg. I)k. L. B. Gilmttti:, wife nnd little son left Sunday for their homo in Mnri-on- , Kansas. Mns. Kate Havo, of Knnmii City, camtj in to huo her hou, Will Hays, who is much butter. Miss Hei.i:n Saoflky has recovered Hiilllciently to go to Linnietta Springs for further Improvement. J. A. McUoiiebts, of Corbin, rnmo down to Bee hiH uncle, John M. Mcltob e rts, Sr., who is quito ill. Mil. A. Hays has gone oft" for n few days for his henlth nnd M. Salinger is n2iging tbu Ioulsvillu Store. The handsomo wife of thu proprietor of Crab Orchard Springs hotul, Mrs. Gus Hodman, was down yesterday. Jtmoit W. It. Causok has returned from Cincinnati, whuru ho took in Al Fields' minstrels and everything ulsu in sight. Miss Lizzie Nl'nnku.y, of Louisville, ,ho has been thu guest of Misses Annie nnd Lizzie Menefee, returnetl homo Saturday. Mu. B. V. Givkns returned from the Kllzabuthtown Fair, Friday, with second money on puvcral races in his insido pocket. Kioiit or tiMi couples surprised Miss Maggie Owsley Friday uvoning after church and enjoyed her hospitality greatly. Mies Wiikatlky, of Americus, Ga.,butat preseut visiting friends at Itnrrodsburg, ppont a few days with the Misses Alcorn. Mifs Mollis Tiioiinto.v, who has been with her sister, Mrs. F. M. Ansley, several months, returned to Montgomery, Ala , yesterday. Mn. J. II. llirrciusns, who has been in business in Orlando, Fin., for several months, returned Friday, having sola out nt n good profit. The Somerset Reporter nays Mr. A. K. Denny, of Lincoln, attended the Confederate reunion and made a ppeuch, which was enjoyed by the old veterans. Mn. J. II. Stki'Ukns, of the flim o Stephens & Knox, Rowland, has rented Mrs. Woody Hale's houso midway ho" tween Stanford aud Rowland and in moved bis family into it. Rev. 11. 1C. L.NCA8TKii.nvJ Mr. J. M. Strothur, who havo beoif vewfH of Rn nnd Mm W. 12. Arnold, left yesturdny for Vnuderbilt University. Mr. Strothur is a brother of Mrs. Arnold. -Fj-oka PiiKAriiKiiTiiAiii' struck 17 out of boots nnd shoes wnlnuts thrown up by Mr. E. W. Smith, just received, at Mcltoherta & yesturdny, with n riflo ho had novcr seen before. Ho is almost as fine a shot IIUBTONVU.I.K is to have n big gents' ns Dr. Carver. furnishing storo. A Now York "sheeny" A Box Suri'Eit will bo given nt Halls has runted rooms and will begin bust Onp church next Saturday night, 21th, iH'Hs in n low weeks. proceeds to go to repairing tho church. Oi'ii next issue will contain tho boun Mr. A. 0. Martin asks us to invito all to daries of the new voting precincts, which como nnd participate in tho good work. our readers will stuuy carelnlly so ns In these scary cholera times nil kinds not to bu ahut out when thoy go to of rumors aro nlloat. It was reported vote. here thnt Covington was stricken and that a death had occurred from tho Those who have claims against the of a county are hereby notifiwl thnt Friday, Buourgo nt Ottenheim, this county, German; neither of Sept, 2:1, is the hut diy for filing them, freshly nrrived grounds for such ro- for tho court of claims, which meets the which gave nny J)0rta 1st Monday in October. G. B. Cooper, Loo an Mullins, a relative of tho man Clerk. murdered at tho festival at Hnllo Gap, Wk are assured by councilmon that arrested George Pennington, n mulatto our exceptions to thu kind of n light near boy who was nith Bill Pleasants on the tho College are well tnkon and before night of tho killing. Ho wns locked up, long an arc will take tho place of the yob charged with murder, nnd wns tho most low feverish looking concern now hung frightened individual wo havo seen in out there. many n day. The Lancaster paper's alleged StanMil. II. H. Wilson, traveling agent for ford letter was taken nearly bodily from the Standard Oil Company, tells us that thu I.NTKitiou Journal of last week. about 75 barrels nro sold hero n month Thanks. Wo like to hulp our neigh- nnd that ho does not calculate that his bors out ovou if they do not think the trade will bo materially a fleeted by the service worth mentioning, electric lights; nt least ho hns not found it so in other towns in which thefec Cmcufl. Chief Dispatcher Sheridan lights are used. tells us that we are soon to Iihvo a circus and thu advertising ear will be around Col. Jaik Bosi.ey is going to get out few days. Ho did not learn the warrants ngiiust Messrs. S. II. Shanks, inn name of the bIiow, but as they travel on W. M. Lackey and Richard Cobb for not t'leir own cars It must ho u pretty good cutting the weeds on" tho pike along tdzed one. their farms. Ho says that sheep cannot The cholera suuro reminded Dr. Leo be driven through them and that the put, up or R. Yntus, of Hiawatha, Kanens, thnt it is gentlemen have either to cut, bo shut up in jail. just 1!) years this September since that Nkw stock of Uuull Mr-nins- '. m III Ai Executor of George tell at hi late residence ixA miles from Stanford 23 an i.rau urcnaru pike, on Tuesday, Nov. 1st, 'I he following property, t: Marm, Maret and Colts, i Rood old jenwork Jennet and Colt, t net, 3 Cows and Cahei, 40 Kwea, a South-'ow- Mr old Ilflfcr. iSowi and 11 Shoati, llucki, t about K tcreiol Corn In the field, A ttncLi 'Iimo-thHay, 2 stacks of Oats, 3 Mowing Machines, 1 Hay Rtfcr. Wheat Drill, itimls Rake, Bees, 1 Kockaway, a lot of Feuco 11 nlotol Ilrlck, Harrow, a Wagons and all other Farming ImpWinenti usually fouud on a farm, and I! rood Hortn, i asell-Ra1 1 Four l'ot, 1 Everything new and stylish in our immense assortment. We arc asking the least profits and giving you the very best values for your money. All wool Storm Serges, French and English Broad Cloth, Paris Diagonals, and every new weave on the market is to be found in our stock. Our Men's and Hoys' Dress Goods. I Forty-nin- e Shares of Bank Stock. And our Boots and Shoes for Men, Ladies and Children are At the same time and place I will sells good llrood Mares and nome well bred 3. year old Colts, andnome nice yearlings and Fillip Terms made known on day of a.ilc. W 59 Executor George Vaughn, deed A. HAIL, Executrix' Sale Real and Personal Proporty As Executrix of the will of M. C. I'orlmtn, dc ceased, I willon SIMPLY ' for Gents, Ladies a'lfd Children- - is comOur stock of Undej-wca- r plete, while in Neglige Shirts we arc the leaders. These goods are to Saturday, Oct. ist, 1892, Upon the premises ot said testator in Stanford, be sold on their merits and at prices you can afford to pay. Lincoln couuty, Ky , offer at public auction to tho Come and see us. highest bidder the following described real and personal property, 1st. The Tract of 34 Acres of Land upon hich teiutor resided at the time of his death, situated , all of it within lss than one half mile of the in Stanford. It is all the very best quality .i of Land, it excellently improved, has finn building sites and can bo advantageously diinto town lots vided d Corner Store Itnuto and Lot In the town of Hustonville on the south tide ol Main street, the same now occupied by Mr Wcatherford us a drug etore. 3d. Kitty Arres of Knob Land, three miles from Stanlord, at Mason's Gap. ith. Pertonal nronerlv. Odb larce. well broken work Hone, a fine Ilrnod Mare, Fanny, by Gar rard Llile! , tier yearling nuy by fence. nertucK-linColt, by George Dictator, a fine 4 year-ol- d court-houseIllue-Grasg UNSURPASSED J. S. HUGHES. m BEAD. Wheelbarrows, Cross Cut Saws, Fencing Wire and Staples, Baling Wire, Horse Shoes and Nice Toilet, Chamber and Dinner Sets. Brood Mare by Messenger Breeze, Dam l'anny; her auckling Fresh Stock of GROCERIES Always on hand. All goods sold Colt by Dorsey Golddust, Gelding by Harkaway, Dam Fanny. This horse has Ane action and Is well ornKen to harness. Three fine high grade Jersey Cows, two hiuh grade Jersey Heifers ono steer Calf, s fa'dinc liog-i- , 6 stacks of Hay, i Sur ItuiriMci. 3 lets simile Haruets. rev. i Kockauav. set double Harues joo bushels of Coal, a lot of Corn In the field and a quantity of HoutehoM and Kitchen Furniture and Farming Implements. Ierini; The real property will be sold tor cah and the remainder In two equal annual payments, Ix'jrnu interest trom day ot sale, with lien returned to secure them. Tho personalty, lor all sums under Sio casn; over that amount 011 a credit of three mouths, and for such amounts note with fecurity bearing interest and negotiable anu payable in tunic, tiu no rcquireu Anv one wishing to exsmlno th property pre ous to the day of sale w ill apply to W. II. Miller, at hisoluce or tomyteu on the home premi: KLIZA I'OItTMAK. Stanlord. Knecutrix M. C. Port man, dee'd. At thi same limn and place I will offer upon the same trrms 3 fine llrood Mares well bred and well broken to harneto; yearling Colt by Fence, dam by Abdallah Messenger, one suckling Coll and t Hulls and suckling Kllly by George Dictator, yearling Steer jS W1I. MILLER. 1 one-thi- rd 1 1 GUARANTEED as REPRESENTED, Or taken back. Goods promptly delivered. . 1 Mit. and Mns. J. F. MlDouoali), Miss Maggie and Luko McDougnld have gone During their stay to Danville to live. hero they endeared thenibelves to mnny friends, whogivu (hem up reluctantly. Mn. Gkokok Euiianks and wife nnd Miss Folly Kubnnks have been visiting elatives in Casey. Mr. Hub inks got tho premium on n colt at specinl show in that county Saturday over 20 competitors. Rev. A. S. MoiThir and Dr. Sutton, of Midway, passed homo from tho Cumberland where they had been iishing. Tho preacher told us ho took n bass and several other large fish during his stay. 11 live-poun- d CITY AN? VICINITY. A. School haskets in great variety at A. Warren's. New Stock St IIIgginB'. of school shoes nt Mcltob-ert- s Leave your orders for stovo repairs at McKinney Bros.'s. Eaaa wanted at ens at 12 cents. B, K. & W. II. Wear- - Fon Sale. An elegant suburban residence on Danvlllo avenue; two acres of ground. Mrs. S. O.Trueheart. For information apply to S. S, Myers. who had evaded the ellbrts of tho sheriff of Garrard to nrrett him for shooting with intent to kill n negro, who informed on him in illegnl whisky transactions, was married Inst week to Miss Lucilo Walker, daughter keeper at Lancaster, and Clean lTi It is ordered that each of n and every citizen in the city of Stanford they have gone to Tennessee to live. clean up their premises and cleanse their Detained a Woman. Chris Baker, of water closets thoroughly, ns tho board of the Milledgoville neighborhood, was health for the county aud State will' before Justice G. D. Smiley, Saturwith the marshal, visit your promises tried day, for detaining Miss Dollio Haley and inspect them in a lew days. Done against her will, and held, in $300. Baby order of thu city council. D. W. ker could not tlnd a bondsman and was Mayor. lodged in jail. Tho squire added a postDo lTSi.owLY.Mr. B. J. C. Howo script to the mittimus that tho jailer asks us to say to those who take wa- could increase the bail to $500 if he ter not to turn the faucet oil' sudden- wanted to. - .I. ly, but give it a guntle turn, otherwise Murium. At a colored festival ut you are liable to burst the pipe. Some Halls Gap Baptist Church, Saturday people also fall. to turn oil tho electricity night, Bill Pleasants amused himself by after they are through with it. They shooting off his pistol outside tho hoube lose by 'this, ns the incandescunta are onand disturbing tho crowd greatly. The ly able to burn 900 hours before renewed. managers of the festival went out to see who wns doing the shooting when Alex Mn. 0. R01.LIN Cam i", proprietor o or Williams ns ho is sometimes Western Advocate and Camp's Emigrant Mullins, called, informed them that it was Pleas-nntJournal, Chicago, hss been hero for sevAfterwards he attempted to enter eral days investigating the resources of the church and was promptly put out. Stanford nnd Lincoln county for his Then ho blazed away ht Mullins and Ho is greatly.'pleasud with our killed him and prospects mid in October shooting him in the breast Ho then made his escape and and November will bring a largo num instantly. the attempts of Sheriff ber of Fennsylvania, New York and has so far eluded Menefee to arrest him. The .murdered Ohio people here to see whtitn prospect man was a loud mouthed, inoffensive for money making wo havo. darkey, while tho murderer bears the Notwithstanding our bright electric reputation of a quarrelsome and overlights, Dr. Kd Kales, of McKinney, who bearing man. probably Is not used to such things, ran Tho county court, Pi'iiLK- Foiwtai.w into n pilo of lumber where the now composed of the magistrates, refused at buildings are going up Saturday iright its last session to appropriate money for nnd tore his buggy up to such nn ex- n public fountain on court square, withtent that ho could go no further in it. out, wo think, fully considering and Tho Dr. wn on his way to see his lady tho question. Tho city of love at Crab Orchard and of jotirso would Stanford hns provided, freo of cost to the not let s) small a matter stop him, so he county, for n public hydrant nnd watersuuured another buggv and wont his ing trough on tho side of tho square, way rejoicing. 'and it seems like the county might give Mill. Charles Trill), an enter tho small sum of $100 or $lo0 for the Grist prising citizen of thu Ottouhuim colony, fountain- which will thereafter cost it was engaged yesterday in hauling n nothing nnd greatly beautify tho square boiler aud engine to his place to run a The roaeon thero will bo no chnrgo for gristmill. It has n capacity of 'J00 bush water is that tho city will pay for that els n day and will till a long felt want nnd tho wnter from the fountain can go among thu colonists, who havo hereto- ntrintn tbu miblio wntorim; trough. It fore had to depend principally ou tho is hoped that tho magistrates, when unreliable streams for motive power. thoy met't hero on tho lid, will reconsidMr. Trub says that tho drouth skipped er tho question au'd be as libernl as the litem and that tho colonists all havo town has been with tho county. good crops and aro doing well. Nancy Hanks will trot at Now Albnbe-r.- .s bany Oct. (. Refused Hail. Tho trial of tho corpus suit of Henry Drown, Jr., of Tho Louisvillo assignaiion houso Lealie, before J tulgo Vnrnon Saturday poisoning mystery continues to mystify resulted in ilia still being bold without to tho polico aud people. Tho letter of acceptance of Hon. bail. Brown was represented by D. K. Kawlings, Ksq , of Kockcnstle, and Grover Cleveland will hardly loach tho Mr. J,ovis, of Leslie, nnd our public before the 1st of October. Ho is ty county nttorney, Mr. J. B. Paxton. Tho wiso to wait. Indeed bo needs not proof showed that when a constablo lev- write nny letter at nil, for everyone ied on Bro.wn's oxen for debt and took knows where ho stnnda. Now York Labor Commissioner them away, ho swore out a warrant for claim nnd delivery and got them back. Peck nnd his stenographer, charged The Huit wns tried, aud going against with destroying public records, pleaded Brown, the sherifl and posse went to the not guilty before a polico justice at Albouse to get tho animals. When Brown bany, Saturday, and were held in $1,000 Baw thorn coming ho got his gun and bond each. hiding behind n tree, fired into the Tho largest locomotive in the world killing one of them, Mr. Sluahor. was recently completed for tho Now crowd, lie was nrrested and sent hero for safe York Central railroad. It is CO feet in keeping, where he will now stny until length, 15 feet high and weighs without tho circuit court of Lesho convenes. tho tender GO tona net. Its driving Thero were ailidavits wore filed thnt wheels aro seven feet three inchea high, Brown's witnesses could not bo believed tho largest in the country. It is claimed on oath, which Bhows what a tough lot that tho locomotive will draw an ordina they are. Of courso under tho circum ry train of five passenger cars and one stances Judge Varnon could not havo freight car at the rato of 00 miles an done otherwise than to refuse bail. I hour. drend disease raged here and having tiles of the Lntkuiok Joi'iiNAi., then edited by Mr. F. J. Campbell, he is kind enough to peud them to us. We- shall make copious extracts from them for our Friday' issue. - Fiiank Ti'iiNKK, MoKINlTEY BROS. toll-gat- e FARRIS jftQiv.yL. & AN !) .Dealers In. HARDIN, J ElBWAMm . Go Van-doveu- r, to : STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, Qucensware, Glassware, Tinware, Lamps, Chamber Sets, Dinner Sets. Also agents for the Empire Wheat Drill. Commissioner's Valuable Storo-room, Sale. etc., GARRAHD CIRCUIT COURT. K. S. Halden's Adui'r, I'laintiff. vs. It. S. Haselden'a Heirs, Defendants, in Kqulty. Hy virtue ol a judgment of the Garrard Circuit Court at its August term, iSoj, in the abotc it y led suit, I will, on FOE; SA-XjE- to Earp's Art Gallery s. MONDAY, SEPT. 26 ,1892, At it o'clock, a m , or thereabouts, (being the ist day of the September term, 1891, of the Garrard County Court) sell to tho highest bidder at public door In Lancaster outcry, liefore the Court-HiiuKy , tho following described property, iz se r photographs taken. Fifteen Acres of Grass Land situated on Dan- To havo He keeps up ville pike opposite Dr. Steele llailcy. AUo a good wun nu mn Piano, Sideboard and Carriage. Call on or adMRS dress, Stanford, Ky. And will give you good Fatisfactlon. Latest Improvements, iy A.J KARI'.htanford. pa-pj- r. Commissioner's Sale locust : flEwTina run. i C. D. FOWEXX., DEALER IN A Two-Sto- ry Brick Store-Hous- o, Lincoln Circuit Court. Emily 11. General -:- - On tho West sldoof tho Public Square, in Lancase Is about ter, Ky , on Lot No. $ Said 100 feet long, by 34 ftet wide, with n jjood coMar below Above the Store room are 7 good ollice rooms. The lot on uhich ih, houe staeds extends from the wet cud of the lioute bacK to the alley. Also htore-hous- And Country Produce, vs. $ Has opened his stock of goods and Is ready to serve Joe C. Jones, &c Defts the people of Stanford and vicinity. He Is offer Ilv virtue of a iudirment of the Lincoln Circuit ing unheard of Bargains and all who want the ahovo styled case at the Dc- - goods at tho low eit possible prices should Court rendered in him on Logan Aenue, near Lancaster pike , Lblicr ICIIU, oyi, 1 wi. w. Sale in Kquity. Joue, Ac, i'laintitts, 7 Merchandise, Wednesday, Sopt,.2l, 1892, At it o'clock a. m. or thereabout, on the premises, sell at public auction to the highlit bidder the following described property, to wit: a - RKICK HOUSE and LOT On what Is known as Lot No 1 in said town This hou.e lias two store 100ms lielow and flouting on Norlh tide of Public Square, u ith 7 rooms suita-hi- ? for rHtidence I'KR.MS The sale will be made on a credit of ' nml 11 mouths, the uurchncr betnir renuired to execute lionds with approvcil security, pvahle to the Master CommitMoner, having the lorce anu elfei tufa Judgment upon which execution may isctnl sue If not paid at maturlt) , and bearing 6 inieiest from dav of tale until paid, ami wiih curi lien retained upon property as additional ty for the purchase money. Posesior. of proper n ty will be given immediately on "It. A. IIURNSIDK. bonds. M C Uarrard Cittmt Court, Lancaster, Ky. 58 Good We Farm For Sale. icrVltui I A Blue-Gras- s Farm of 449 Acres, dtalrc nm 1x1 WiKtic, - pros-ocnte- il i Rood and j Poles, Situated on the aterof the Hanging Tork, about i'ij miles west ot btanfordon the Shelby City pike and and adjoint the lands of (. A. Lackey, Jo McAlister, Win llurton, Lawtou and others and it tho Lewis 11 Jonen farm. Tor furthir description and metes and bounds, the pleadings and title papers herein arc referred to, haidfaruiis well Improved with Rood dwelling house, barns and other outbuildings; has an abundance of ater for all purposes and is suitable lor urowlnu hemp, cum, tobacco, wheat and small grains, ami it ono of tho hot tarms in ths county, land, in a hljh state of culall fertile tivation ana Is a No i Stock Farm. susceptible ofdivition into two !aid Karm it tracts, ono ajo Acres and tho other of about oo each tract fronting on tha turnpike road Said Karm will first be offered in two parcels as Garrard Circuit Couit. above and then at a whole truct, and the offer realJohn M Higginbotham,'?., Plaintiffs,) Equity izing the most money will be declared. 6, 12 and 18 ugHintt .Said tale will be made on a credit of J Ann M llro.uldut, Ac , Defendant" months, In equal Installments. Honds required of I will as Under consent decree in tins bearing 6 per cent, intcrett from tho purcha-rs- , TruRtee of Ann M. lironddus, tell on dav of cale until paid, with wood personal security having the force and effect of a judgment; a and lten also retained on tho land till all tho purchase money is paid, Said sale will bo made for a division of the proOn the urcmlsesof Mrs. Ann M. llroaddus In ceeds among tho heirs of L R. Jones, deed. f Garrard county. Ky. about 9 miles G. M. DAVISON, Lancaster una about "4 el a nine irom ine lunipue Master Com'r LincoliuClrcuit Court. leading from Lancaster to Kirkstille.a Kor information call on or address J. D., E. II or I. C. Jones, Stanford. Ky. I' s. At the sale 01 theanmo farm we win sen Bluo-Cras- s public auction all the Stock, Crops and the I'arru. I.D.JONES. at E.H.JONES, s Tho f simple title will be sold in aiS Acres and lug J C JONES ji thcliluctuicut Mm. Ami M. llroaddus 111154' Acres This land will be sold in different tracts in such n way as to make the sainu most productive to the estate. This laud adjoint tho lands of tho late OF Wade Walker on the north. Hen Lear and James Kttilloii the South, Janiea Royston on the Kast Staland Woodson ll.illewoii the wet. 14 Choice At the same tune and place I will alto tell the &c. Stocks, following personal property: 4 aged Marcs nd a lions aged Horses, ajearluig Hllies. 4 aged Mules, Mule. S yearling yearling Mule ono As admtnluratrix of W. G Hubble, dee'd, I will old Heifers, 1 Steers, 7 small Heifer, two feeding on steer Calf, milk Cows, a jcarling Bull, zo Hogs, la ShoaU, about 40 acre Corn in the field, 1 Urge rick ot Hay. suck of Oats, a stacks Hay. stack, a crippled acres Jof jo lot ol of Wheat in the Phaeton and Harfencing Plank, a Cow, a "Sleepy Hollow" Stock Farm, in Lincoln ness, timing Implements, consisting of Harrow, At county. 7 miles west of Stanford, near the McCor-mac- k Deermg Mowing Machine, Walter A Wood and Turncrtville turnpike, offer at public Wagon and Harnett, Corn Sheltpersonal property of tha deceased tale er, Spade Shovel, Scythe, Grindttoue, one Corn Thisall the contltts of a herd of 14 en"" jacks property Scoop, Cutting lloJt.CrostcutSaw, Fork. Plows, and jennets; two saddle stallions, On Time and Plow Harness, also a lot of Household and Kitch- Hart Denmark; 15 brood mares, saddle and Uriv en l'urniture and j stands of Bees. colts; a pairs of work mules; 3 auckling Terms: The real estate wi'l be sold on a credit "pair mules; a lot of 18 extra fine of 6 and la months, bonds payable to the under- ifce yearling miles; MS hecP. sow and ahoatt; a afoiesaid, in equal installments, signed aa Trustee yearling cattle. witb good security, bearing 6 per cent, ipterest cows and calves; 3 utensils, nearly new, Including Also all fanning from dny of sale until paid and having the force hay rake, a com Planters and effect of judgments, will bo required of tho mower, a and spring wagons, &c. Ac. Also purchaser, and a lien retained for their payment plows, on the farm. hay. corn, oats Ac The on the land. The personalty, on all turns under all crops Acres, nearly all of which U in gra,, $iocash in hand; over that amount bonds with Farm of 33s privately For catalogues and fursecurity, bearing 6 percent, interetl from will be rented . address ood 5 ay of tale, pavable to the Trustee, and having ther Pkular-Mn. thu forco and effect of judgments, will be required Shelby City, Ky. j,.t(i Containing : 100 : Acres, pr 11 Well improved, 45 acres to go in wheat. It has a No. 1 dwelling on It, good bam, buggy house, ice house cabins In yard, two wells, fine spring and spring house, large poid, Ac. All unded good fence, ('all on or address J. M. HROWN.v. WIFE, Near McKinney, Ky. w exe-utlo- ofsat-lifatto- ry lllue-Gru- tt TRUSTEE'S SALE. .cr. ca, BANKS THE JEWELER, Articles to Suit the Most Fastidious. A complete line of Thursday, Sept. 29, 1S92, north-catto- Watches, Clocks Farm372 Acros Jewelry And SILVERWARE. Complicated Watch Repairs and Artistic Engraving a Specialty. All goods sold engraved treo of charge. BB'Your patronage respectfully solicited. Administratrix' Sale Jacks, Several and'other 1 1 WEDNESDAY, OCT 5,'2, ONE FIRST-GLAS- LIMITED S Round Trip HARVEST :- FOR THE FARE . J-i - EXCURSIONS, 1 AUa, 30 nnd SEPT. 27. THE "WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINKS" Will ruo low rate Harvest Excursions on above dates to points in Minnesota. Montana, North and South Dakota. Tickets will be good twenty (10) privileges days from date of tale, wltti stop-ovto Doints west of bt. Paul and Minneapolis. er S8 JOHN M. HIGGINUOTHAM, Truttee. ny's representative,, or JAScpJNDi Gen'l Pas, and Ticket Agt , Chicago, lor lull information, address any ct the Cotnpa- HI. .'. Ht2ELEl rarmna j - "- rwr!ipHi "'mpviw " y Semi-Week- ly NEWSY NOTES. John Hoffman bad hia bead cut off at ft saw mill in Hardin county. There will bo but one lono democrat published Every Tuesday and Friday to hold down the Senato of Maine. AT Interior Journal $2 -- PJCR. VJ5VUIN $3.50 " XVj33Cia. When not topiid will be charged.- ZT Mul localtIme card. Train i.aves Rowiand at 7:00 a. m., returnlnc t ts:op. m. L. & H. LOCAL TIME CARD. 35 P Expren train " South North .n 5m Lolal Freight North. ......S"Pm South. The latter traina alto carry patsengert. The above it calculated on standard time. Solar time it about to minutet fatter. trim going North. South l,i2J!n' QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Trains pass Junction City at lollowt: Special ti:a6am, Fait p. m., Mail if.57 p. ".; New Orleans Limited 3x7 in. Special a. m.. & C. Special 6:00 a. m. ; Gratt. Special ..I - iQ n m. Cincinnati Limited 1.4S p, m. t'- - If Soutu-bouna-- Q iC liluc-Gra- as 6 North-bound-- rHU'ii4.wfi- - The republicans of tho 10th district nominated 0. V. Kuesell, of Powell, for Congress. A peculiarly fatal type of flux is near Riverton, 12 deaths baying occurred from it in small hamlet. Twenty-twof tho Homestead strikers have been indicted for unlawfully banding together and O'Donnell, the leader, for murder. Tho Bohemian arrived in the Now York port Friday with several cholera cast's on board, besides having 11 deaths on her trip from it. Tho court of appeals having refused murderer Lewis, confined in the Louisville jail, a new trial, Gov. Brown has fixed Nov. 11 for Ids execution. There was a tremendous crowd at Sullivan's benefit in New York and the was more enthusiastically received than Corbett. He realized rn-gi- The Legislature of Honolulu will likely charter tho Louisiana lottery nt Butcher Shop on It hereby given that our offer to lurnlth free I have juit opened a $300,000 per annum. lamps to pern is ordering lights piping k Lancaiter ttreet, whcrol will keep at all timet A recent gale in tho Takusina dislures at cost to those derinir water, will expire After that date s, : IMIIEJ.A.'TS on rvptember and1891. Co will fumlshthe Stanford trict, in China, killed 300 persona and OT'KCE : all supplies Water, Light lot destroyed 42,000 houses. can Iocblatnedt which t will tell at the mar- rcquird at reasonable prices. thtt I have a fine, new, large refrigerator II O W E P V M l A ket 3j The cholera Bcaro at Now York and price. will alwart bo kept froth and nicn. mntla VKST. roo 48 JULIAN seems to hnvo about subsided. There have been no more cases and but 0110 - NEW BUTCHER SHOP. fint-clatt NOTIOX r wlre-Inga- nd BEST straits & co, : ....PRACTICAL TRAUH,jN. T. r. CLARKI. .,.,.,,,, Plumbers and Steam Fittors. 1 death. 11 o $o,-00- 0. i$l POWDER Absolutely Pure Tarter Baking Powder. II ghest ol United State all in leavening strength.-Lat- est Government Food lie port. ROYAL BAKING POWDERCO , 106 Wall street, New York. A Cream of A. S. PRICE, Office over SURGKON DENTIST. Severances Son't Store, Main ttreet, Stanford. DR I W. B. PENNY, Dentist. Office South tide Main ttreet, in office recently acated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. DENTIST. It moving to the Higgim office, Lancatter street.Nitr0ui N0nREVT'u'6Ye.traCt'ng- DR. JOHN M. CRAIG, KENTUCKY 10 to Homoopathio Physician, STANFORD, Office Houra: 39-iy it a. m.; 1 to 3 p. m.; . 8 to ''o'ffice on Lancaster ttreet.oppositecourt-houie- Falls Branch Jellico Coal Oo Miners and tluppertof the GENUINE Original Jellico Coal. road crossing. Try it. We are the tole agents for Stanford and Rowland. Office corner oi Depot ttreet and rail- HiGd'lNS'&IWATTS. J. S. HILTOIT, General told Merchandise. ..i i"3 for Cath only. Goods -:- ... Dealer in ,f and I have j utt recc.vedmy Fall Stock of Mioei to cordially invite the citi.ens of this vicinitythan call evin and examine them. Goods told lower and er. Remember I am headquarters a tor Staple line Fancy Groceries: Will toon have complete Hardware inj,tocV.HtLTONt Ky TO THE FARMERS. MI am Lincoln county. I am very thankful patronage received and hope by lair a good .merit a continuance. Farmer! in need ofStanford fence will find me at the Myert Houie in Wh" for The Central Kentucky Hedgi 0 Co." t Lancaster, and ofter the services ,o ytelf and the Company to t he citizens li liber--for the de'Bto M W. JOHNSON. l I.'M. BRUCK H.YEAGER BRUCE & YEAGER, ft URBT, FEED AND SALS STABLE, STANFORD. KY. and reThe above firm went into effect July spectfully aski a share of the patronage of the public. it NEW RIGS AND HORSES "Have been turnoutt will leave the stable. purchaied and nothing but first-cla- ss It Give them 37 a Call. THE GOFFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY., JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r, not only maintain its high reputation, but to add to it long lilt oj fnendt. bpecial accommoda-tton-lort for commercial traveler! and fine roomt the ditploy of samples. CTThit Held, renovated and refurnlthed, it now in uiy charge and 1 intend to conduct it no at to A First-Clas- s fAndmLLlARD,nd Saloon "jOS'goVl'EY CASH for I Highest cash market price paid Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, &c, at M. F. ft ELKIN & CO., , STANFORD, KY. Europe has been sbiiding us annually a immigrants, most of them paupew, in return for tho $75,000,-00- 0 that American tourists squander abroad. Gen. Weaver and Gen. Field have issued n long address"-ttho public accepting the nominations for president as the candidates of and the people's party. R. L. Duke, the young man shot at Memphis by Geo. Forre6t, nephew of tho noted Confederate general, is dead. Tho feeling against Forrest is strong and lynching is being talked of. The Chicago belt railroad project includes eight tracks, covering a routo of nearly GO miles, and connecting with every road entering the city. That is the kind of champion beltcto boast of. y. Thomas II. Watts, who was attorney general in tho Confederate cabinet and was governor of Alabama at tho close of tho war, died suddenly at his home at Montgomery, aged 73 years. Tho United States Circuit Court of Appeals has decided that goat'a hair must pay duty as wool of the second class at the rate of 12 cents n pound. The decision involves millions of dollars. Thoinns Allison, murderer of three men in Sullivan county, Tenn., was found hanging from a white oak tree near Dodson. Ho had been taken from the Dodson jail by a masked mob and lynched. Lieut. Peary reports that lie reached tho farthest point ever visited by an explorer on the east coast of Greenland. He went as far as S2 decrees) north lati tude, at least live degrees north of any previous discoveries. Joe J. Blaukenship, a farmer of Monroe county, Tenn , tried to get his wife to let him crucify bor for tho sins of the cholera sufferers. She refused, whereupon he became violently insane and had to be put in custody. Old Undo Joe Alexander has raised another syndicate to operate n hotel that he will manage. It will be known as Alexander's New Hotel and is located at the corner of Sth and Jefferson and was formerly known as tho Southern Hotel. Wilder's brigade lias.begun the erection of a monument at Chickamauga, at a cost of $24,000. It will be a limestone column, 120 feet in heigh), with chamber for records at the base and a winding staircase leading to a circular gallery on top. In one consignment recently a feather dealer in London received 0,000 birds of paradise, 1500,000 birds of various kind from the East Indies, and 400,000 humming birds. In three months another dealer imported O.oDS birds from the East Indies. The life of Gov. Roawell P. Flower, of New York, has been threatened. He received by mail a box arranged to explode and .kill the one opening it. Suspicion was aroused by nnonymous letter and detectives are now trying to ferret assassin. out tho would-bO. J. Smith, of St. Louis, was arrested for drunkeuness atMcKinnoy, Texas. He refused to work out his fine and the city authorities, as a punishment, had him chained by the neck to the calaboose walls to prevent him from sitting down. When tho jailer went to see him he found him choked to death. Capt. Heflin, marshal of Maysville, and widely known as a detective, is the firnt American victim of cholera fright. A couple of telegrams from tho health authorities of Cincinnati, soliciting his aid in the battle against the plague, struck Itim dead with heart failure, superinduced by the cholera bcare. W. It. Logan, tho popular manager of the Willurd Hotel, has resigned to take charge of the Citizens' National Building Association. He had been connected with tho hotel for nine years and much of its success is due to him. W. S. Miller, Jr., who has had charge of French Lick Springs for three years, has succeeded to the management of the Willard. The chairman of a county convention at Atkinson, Koa., threw his gavel nt the delegate who refused to sit do wn when ordered to do so. A roar of laughter resulted and tho chairman was handed a revolver. With the butt end ho rapped the convention to order. Tho delegate then went forward, and, returning the gavel, shook hands with the chairman and the convention ended peaceably. half-million o vice-preside- Ex-Go- STANFORD, KY., given n verdict of $2,500 against tho will ilcllvrr Icn evirv mnriilntr to families in Set Up in All House, Sign, Decorativo Painter Made and tho Country. Parts of Stanford and vkinit) at 50 cents pr li pounds: Kentucky Central railroad for the loss of iirsntoioo pounds at ins raie 01 wttmi, nu and Paper Hanger. his hand. under (u pounds at thr rate of 75 cents. No Agents employed. call special attention to the John "rentier A warrant is out for the arrest of Country work tolictlcd. - Kttlmatct furnished. Tlrewini C..'s Celebrated I X. L. fleer, for which " W. ADAMS & SON, Labor Commissioner Peck, of Now am agent. Will f jinith In eithc beg or bottle No. 41 llroadway, Lexington, Ky. to Sm Write ?or prices. York, charging him with destroying the K ,)RKMBRf Sunfor(I Ky. records of his office. At tho exhibition of Sells BroB. cir- A : : FARM, I cus, at Harrodsburg, Watchman Dean B. B. RILEY, Proprietor, Known at the J. IJ Carpenter placi. tllualed All persons indebted to the firm ol Chadwlck. shot and fatally wounded James Downey miles from Muttonville, on the Mlddletiure pile. call and pay - Kentucky. Ilslley t Co. will please oh It. Mailer theirCrab while the latter was resisting nrrest. The placo it well Improved and In a healthful lo- London, - or either In l cality. For particulars, addrett ......... AS ,.t..-.- a uiiiijiiu. im.ni ukdm;nsMo. Mits. w O. P.'NKWLANI), Assignee. I have moved to my new Hotel and am betttr STAGE GLINTS. 5.tneot ioo Olive Street, Kansas City, rreparfd than ever to accommodate the public Good Livery attached and every conveniens desired. Give me a call. William II. Rieger, who went abroad FRANK RILKV. 77 with tho Arion society ns solo tenor, has Dealer In been engaged to ruii tit tho Worcester Foreign and Domestic Fruits, festival. Notice to tho Traveling Public. Confectioneries,, Vc. Mmc. Siwiierottn .lono.s. tho "Black .1 have hid Hat with him a firstcltss baker and can lurnith On Oct. 15, 1892, Patti," will tonr the country for tho S; cad, Caket and the like on thort notice, the HOUSE next three years under tho management And pursuant to a decree of of R l.lnceln Circuit K Centry.de Court, the fine Stock Farm of AInjor Pond. ceatcd, will be sold on the premises at public aucAt Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and IZAUGIIMAX, is en the the highest bidder. one .Mr. Bolossy Kiralfy has arranged a tion toKranch turnpike riud, This firm miles from hate in connection with Hold and of the Ixst saFIRE AND STORM about S Ruh night j a night loons In iho State, open day now epectaclo which ho has called "Tho Stanford, is well watered, splendidly fentrd and man nuets all trains. In connection with Home have alto one ot the best Mineral wells in the Mito Orient," and intends producing it in New and for reference to wmer, call on Mr. and Mrs Representing 305 York city in tho fall. G W, l'atrtck. Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Floyd In. land, with Rood residence, bam cram, Erin, Tenn , A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. Hartford, of Hartford, Conn., Tho play Comedian James T. Powers Of fine ltlue-rMost of the arm is now In I) E. l'roctor, C II. llraum.Mr. and Mrs. T W. will star in next season has been called and stable thereon farm will first be offered forsale Hamilton. Rowland. Mr. and Mrs I'", II. Johnson. Manchester, of Manchester, ng. llluoGraM. This New Jim Cox, Gretnsburir. Rates in tracts and then at whole "A Mud Bargain." It is by .Mr. John Iho--three separate bid accepted whicha amountsand day Ilaten, I'etrcy, clcrK iive me a cai; $1 per Pcnnnsylvania Firo, Philadelphia, to J M. bids or thst J. McNnlly and Mr. Julian Mitchell. Kiy J. W CARRIER, Prop. the mest, and will bo sold on credits of 6, is and 18 Ins. Co. oi Nortn America, " Miss Adelaide Detchon will make n months. given l'cseslon for ipodlng purposes will be Companies. I would All of which are tour of this country next season, be- en nnd ajter day of salo and full (kmicssioii Janua b pleated to wait on my friends in thlt line. Put. ry I, 139. MYERS HOUSE ginning in November. Miss Detchon is r'or further information address at Swnfurd or icie promptly ittutd. Will Insure against lorna does, wind storms and tlxhtnlng Lightning clausnn American girl, and has been for fivo call on R. K. A: J. II ORNTRV. es attached without additional charge Hill .V McRobcrts, p. q. years before tho British public. Office at First National Bank, Stanford. .Mr. Franz Rummel will be tho pinnUi P. W. CREEN, Prop. T of tho Arion concerts during their tour TIIK STANFORD'S through Germany. Ho will play again This stable, which Is run In connection with the in this country next season, his tour Myers House, has been supplied with Co. in California early in September. In the corporate limits of Rowland. A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, Hss contracted wtih responsible firms for II plants Mr. Hugh Fay, tho comedian, denie.i II. I. DARST. Rowland, and will have the Ice and Klectric Plants compleBuggies, Wagons, to leave tho stago and that ho is going ted In about sixty davs; the Water Plant loon ligo into tho real estate business. Next And Drummer's Supplies snd is belter than ever ter. In order to place individual contracts In season, together with Mr. Barry, Mr prepared to supply the public with for Water and Electric Light, the Company Fny will tour tho country in n new IrisL oilers the following: RIQS OP AL.L. KINDS. Necessary water piprawill belaid, connected to play. Personal and piorrpt attention given to Weddings, rosins at actual cvtt lor pipe and work. Klectric wires put la and necessary tisturtt furOno of next season's attractions will Parties and lluriali IN THE nished free el charge bo "A Box of Pills," said to bo a mnsi P W GREEN. Proprietor. Tube of best quality and gutrantccd toglie At.. 11URNS, Manager aatisfaction. cnl fnrco comedy. Another farce reThe schedule of adopted rates Is (rem 1)1050 joices in the name of "A Pieco of Ice. per cent loser than Is usually given pubIt will bo thrust upon a BWQltoriiig OK THE Schedule of Yearly Water Rate3. lic in August. A now dance, called "Tho Widow's CHOICEST Dwelling of 1 rooms, one faucet CHARACTER J 5 00 Pai h additional room 54 Danco," has been introduced in "A Trip Each additional faucet u AT THE to Chinatown." It is performed by Stores, Hanks and Private Offices, laurel 5 00 Italhs, private, one laut.ct quartet of high kickers, mndo up of j 00 Hose attachment lor spunkier 50c Mollio Thompson, Ricca Allen. Madge Sublet, private, one animal 1 x Each additional animal a. Davenport and Cad Wilson. Miss Mario Tempest will sail fo. this A full line of the Choicest Fruits Electric Light Rates. country on -- 0.. 0 to begin rohearsal and Vegetables and Swan's Down for commercial use: of .Messrs. Do Kovon and Smith's new Flour can be had at Ont aic and three it c. p. ineandtteent limp persear opera, "Tho Fencing Master," which J70 x Fr 16 .. p. Mh iHcande.etnt light, per mo. h., , .Manager J. M. Hill is to produce. Ii ,. . . 'S ,. .. l I .. I two acts of tho opera iliss Tompest will . , It H j Goods Delivered Free of Charge. nppcar as a boy. Ktr Kettdn Uc: Tho new comedy adapted by William Terms, 30 Days. nrxf . t. .,ritirtc p lnHttctiit lamp him . . .. ., 2,1 Gillette from tho French of Btsson and , ., 1. Carre, which is to bo produced nt tho 4th" 1, ,, .Madison Square theater on Aug. 8, lms For each additional ... itirtMiih.r infarnattH, apply t or Court." Mrs. been called "Settled Out J W HAYDEN.Sup'l.X.t tl Georgio Drew Barrymoro and Mr. Joseph Holland will play the loading characters. 1 1 S'-3- At Covington Patrick Powers was EUSTIS 5 BQWELL, MONUMENTS Ofjsll kinds, Dealers in all kinds of Iron and Ilrass Roods for steam and water Sanitary Goods of all kinds. All work guaranteed against defective material and workmanship s? ICE AND BEER. 1 FOR. RENT. SPLENDID THE RILEY HOUSE ITotioo 1110 I 11 ti 1 I 1 I JO-- Pine Stock Farm For Sale. Saturday, . THE SHELTON J. II. Contains about a Acres INSURANCE AGENT I C- fiNt-clas- s - td laXSTERy STABLE n For Salo Twenty Building Lots well-know- Watertight ami ice Fresh Groceries! FIUST-CLAS- S Greatest Abundance - 11 1 1 IX WEST PRICES. . 1 JESSE I. WEAKEN ,.. . . $ M j 1 miM::' ?tRi . . CHATS ABOUT MCN. io M M WssD iM fi asssHssssl lQs Gs.1 FW ' (J Jul ParfflBrsBaak&TrostCo. OF STANFORD, KV e 1 Tho new American minister to France, Mr. T. Jefferson Coolidge, is nn accomplished liuguist. to court Whenever Mr. Gladstone-goeho wears tho uniform of nn elder brother of tho Trinity house. "Dr." Keeley has sold to tho Britisli government tho absolute right to his "cure," and ho has pocketed half a million dollars therefrom. James M. Hannahs, one of tho California pioneers, is a molder by trade, and eays that when he arrived in Chicago in 183(5 ho was tho only molder iji town. Governor Fifer, of Illinois', when ho was "Private Joe," was noted as a wrestler utitl was very fond of athletio sports. He is still very friendly to gymnastics. Dr. Lander Branton declares that cold water is a valuable stimulant to almost everybody, and will often send thepuho from 7(1 to 100 when hipped, a wineglass At a time. Justice Lamar does his own marketing in Washington, and inny often be seen trotting around the stores and stalls picking up delicate trifles lor his table ut wholesale rates. J. Deeming Perkins, of Litchfield, Conn., has given tho fire department of that town one of tho finest engine houses in tho country, costing $l'0,000, and placed a brand new' engine in it. Mr. Frederick Fraley, of Philadelphia, who celebrated tho completion of his eighty-eightyear, has for years occupied tho president's chair in tho Philadelphia board of trade, the national board of trade and tho American Philosophical society. Minister Thomas, who rcpresontn Undo Sam at Stockholm, is acquiring a great reputation as a sportsman. He went out to ono of tho small islands in tho Baltic near tho Swedish capital recently and in tho course of an hour or elder ducks an two shot twenty-011unprecedented achievement in that part of tho world. son John Wesley, tho of S. Farmer, a prosperous planter near Jackson, Miss., and tho youngest of seven brothers, all of whom uro big strapping boys, is Iho smallest child for his ago in Hinds county. Ho is thirty-tw- o inches high, weighs just twenty-eigh- t pounds and has gained only four pounds in weight in tho past fivo years. s h 0 eight-year-ol- Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. - - - 19,000. Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs Surplua, . Dealer In the above Solicited. Stock Cattle and Sheep a specialty. Persons having any of tho above described' tlok for sale or svithliig 10 purch ase same, will do will 10 call on or address me An csperience of fifteen yesrs in this business has been of profit 10 me and I think I can make 41 profitable both to the buyer and teller, i. O address Stanford, Ky. 100 Office at the Myers House SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OP STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same assets and uadcr the same management. By provisions of its chatttr, depositors are at fully protected as aie depositors in National flanks, its shareholders being held Individually liable to the extent of the amouut of their stock therein at the par value thtreol, In addition to thi amount invested In such shirrs. It may actaa executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual. To those who entrusted their htilsiness to us while mnagiug the Lincoln "National Bank ol (raford, we we here lender our many lhanki and trust they will continue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years experience Is banking and as liberal accommodations as are consistent with sound banking. DIHKCTOMl: WILLIAM It now fully organised and ready lor business with ItlORELAND, Junction City Marble&GraniteWorks Huuhi and am fully prepared to fill orders fur all kind cit Marhlv and Granite work I havo in my employ skilled wcrkrren from the East. My freight facilities can net be excelled and I will not be it dersold. 3S JOE S. WRIGHT. 11 -- JUNCTION CITV, KY. Have just erected a new Marble and Granite XX. T. BTXSXXt, Ky. REAL ESTATE AGENT Stanford, ri -- ILL L Q Having removed my Darter Snop to the Cera mercisl Hotel, I am Z2 Prepared to Accommodate Ladies as well as Gentlemen, In anything they may with in my line. waited on. Call n me. Chi!-alt- o JESSE THOMPSON, In Commercial Hotel. TAKK THE d Q) lOJItiVmt.KlWAlBAMT 8 CWCAtO8tT9- - THE WORLD'S ....... J.1NE TO FA1B (UIB(XOAG(09 Pos'wjiiiST And Merit Wins. We desire to tay to our citizens that for yean we have been tilling Dr. King's New Xlitcovery for Contumpllou, Dr King'i New Life Villi, lluck. Finest and betl Vettibuled Buffet Sleeping Carl If n't Arnica Salve and Electric Hitters, and have ueer handled remediet that tell at well or the and Parlor Cars on all trains. Ve do havo eiven tuch universal tatitlactlon, No change of cars, best accommodations, quick not hesitate to cuarentee them every time and we est time and lowett rates. utand ready to refund the purchato price iftatit-f.ictoFor Information addrets retults do not follow their ute. Thete IAS. BARKER, G. P. . Chicago. remediet have won their great popularity purely V O. CRUSH, D. P. A Louisville, 111 their merits, A. R. Penny, Drusgiil. ry A-- WOBTMWEST. I have quite a number of FARMS for salo ol the very best II ucGrast Lands in Lincoln county. These Partus are all well improved and Kd rich lands, running 111 site from 5010500 Acres. Considering thcit locality, their richness and fertility of toil, the convenience of turnpike and railroads that bring markets right to our door, ihcy arc cheaper than tho Lands of any other county.in tho State There is scarcely a Farm in the conn-t- y over 5 miles from a depot 1 he county is checked u ilh turnpikes running There is not a public ro.iil en inevcry direction teriiig the county seal that is not Macadmnired We have the Knoxville Branch of the L. A' N. It It. dividing the county from Kasl to Wct and the C.S. R R.fnim North to Niulhi the K C. R. R. from this place to Cincinnati, crossing the C. ft O. at Winchester, giving full access to the markets ol tho whole world. Besides, we have thrro largo I'lour Mills in the county that give us a market for all our grain right at home; and the development oi the mountain regions ol Uattcrn and Kentucky bv imlroadsand the outlet South by railroads hat created such a demand for all kinds of cereals and rrosender that wecan scarcely retain enough lor homecuntutnptlon. he people are prosperous, generous and kind, believing in Christianity and education. Thre it not a neighborhood in the county but lias a good church and school-housStanford, the county teat of Lincoln, is a prosperous little city ol about a,;oo inhab.tanta and is the great duorway from the North and Northeast South and from the Northwest 10 boulheast, and standing as it does gazing right into the bosom of the undeveloped mountains of Southeastern s Kentucky backed up by the whole region ot the Stnte with railroads running through to all points of the compass, makes It naturally it one of the best located towns In the South for mannfacturet and other enterprises of magnitude. Water Workt ale now being asltated and right of a mile above the town about there could be erected Water Works with very supply a city of 150,000 inlittle cost that would habitants witti'the purest and best water in the world. Our little city hss been nowly rebuilt in the last few years and its business houses ard residences will compare with larger cities of greater pretensions, Our merchants and tradesmen arc all prosperous .Mid doing well We have two banks with a capital stock ol $)Oo,ooo that are prosperous and in a good condition. We have spleodid schools. We have a Female College, a large brick building, with over 100 pu nils in attendance and under th prlncipalship ol Prof, J M. Hubbard, is in a flourishing condition. We also have a Semlntry that it a good school, with Prof. B. F, Johnson, at Ut head. We have one of the best Public School buildings ic this section of the State, with over 100 pupils in attendance, and with other good private schools, you tee our school facilities are excellent. We have elegant church builnuigt, representing every denomination, with a full corps 01 ministers of fiat class talent and are doinga better business than any class of men in the city. I have tried to make thlt statement a facts, without anv exaggeration or coloring, at tbose who know will bear ne out, and those who with to buy pleasant hornet at lair prlcct and locate among a good people with all trie best surroundings, would do well to call and tee me before purchasing cliewhere South-eastern 1 e. llluii-Grasthreo-fourt- J J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; J, M. Hall, Stanford: J, S. Owttay, Stanford; S.J. Embry, Stanferd J. K. ; Lynn, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, Milledceville; J F. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanford, Ky S. II. Shanks, President. J. I!. Owsley, Cashier W M. Ililght, Teller FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. Capital Stock Surplus $200,000 20,000 Attention of the public it invited 10 the fie that this is the only National Bank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Bank Act depoiitor are secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders liability lor an amount equal to the stock, 10 that depositors of this institution are secured by a fund of 1400,000. Five sworn tutementi of thecondition of the bank are tuade each year to the United Statei govern-mr- nt and Ut assets are examined at ttated timet by government agents, thus securing additilona and perfect safety 10 depositors. This institution, origimlly established ai th. Deposit Bank of Stanford in 1853, then lied at the National Bank ol Stanford in 1S63 and as the First National Bank of again Stanlord in iS8, has had practically an uninterrupted existence of 11 years. It is better tuppllrd now with lacllitiei for transacting butineti prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully toileted. The Directory of thlt Bank it composed ol T.J, Potter, of Stanford; Porctttis Rcid, Lincoln county; J. W. Hay den, Stanford; S.H, flaugliman, Lincoln; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. S. Hocker. Stanford; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill, Stanford. W. G. Welch, Stanford; W.P.Tate, Stanford. I S. Hocker, OFFICERS: Pretident; John J. McRobtrti, Cithier; 4 A. A. McKInncy, Assistant Cashier. 'J r.