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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892100401 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. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. y Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1892. DANVILLE. LONDON, NO. 63 LAUREL COUNTY. HUSTONVILLE. M II. E. Samuel has sold his hnndsoroe Hob Hunting's circus is advertised Tho farmers nre busy cutting corn. Tho Junior They think the yield will bo fairly nt tho iron bridge on tho Danville plko residence on Ilrond way to 0. It. Ander to bo hero Saturday, 8th. son for $5,750. possession to bo given in Carpenters nro at work remodeling good. ton days. negro nntnetl Jefl Francis waB A ho d'pot ond putting it in better ahnpo A crowd of tho sports will go down Mrs. Mnttio II. Hackney, wife of J. n various ways. n lunatic in Judfta KoblnBon'H in r?JQflL? rtfi n ftalitnt nvrill.jlnn fliln One of tho horeo traders In tho Gyp- week. court and taken to tho Luxlnjiton Asy-lu- tn M. Hacknpy, died Sunday evening at 2 o'clock, after a long illness. Tho physi- sy camp near hero lost a valuable maro by W. A. Arnold. John Held has opened u grocery The nep.ro Jack Olmtterwood, who cians were undecided us to tho cause of In tho Jackson livery stable Saturday." store in the room adjoining Dr. Hawkins was shot by one'of theshorilPs posse that death, which they were inclined to think She choked herself to death with tho Brown and is selling go ds right and went after ltank Turner, died from tho was from tho cllects of rheumatism. Mrs. rope slio was tied with. left. Hackdi'y was 50 years old, vim n good W. II. Holt, candidate on tho repubeffecta of his wound t'rlday night. A rank "Sheeny" named J. Snlo.non Tho Tomlinson Democratic Club wus woman and had been a member of the lican ticket for judge of tho Court of Ap- is disposiug of a lot of auction goods in Friday night. On motion ILtptist church for many years. Funeral peals, will speak hero Oct. 5th and elec- tho room formerly occupied by Mm. W. of Judgo JI. D. Hughos, n committee wns Monday at .') o'clock; services by He v. J. tors Napoleon IJ. Hays and E. K. Wilson It. Williams. He seems to baselling lots will cross swords Oct. 101b. uppointed to solicit now members. The W. Lynch. Weird, Wondrous Troupe of Japanese, of goods. Tho new public school was opened Dr. McKee, of Danville, and others club Is Inn flourishing condition. W. D. Weatheiford bought of tho Avery, Aquarium and One night lout week houio scoundrel Monday morning with 100 pupils in at- nro hern for tho purpose of establishing Thomas Jteynolds estnto five fihnres of poisoned a line bird dog and a water tendance. This number will bo largely a Presbyterian college at this place, of- stock in the National Bank of this pjaco upaniel belonging to our young friend, Increased within tho next few days. fering to give SI for every two tho coun' at $142,50. This is the highest price that " Any person mean Itov. E. H. Pierce opened tho dedicatory ty will givo for that purpose. Snulley Hughes. Will Exhibit at has yet been paid for that stock. Conductor Cook and brakeman enough to do nn net like this ought to bu exercises with prayer, nfter which ap John Goodo and Jim Allen are propriato speeches wero inndo by Messrs. both of tho Cumberland Valley thinking of platting their landB lying on given a doso of his own medicine. Mr. Hob MeKee. of Danville, wnB John V. Yerkes, J. M. Worrall, E. If. branch, had n difliculty nt Corbin Fri- tho Brudfordsvillo pike near town and here Sunday. Misses Florence Jenkins Pierce, It. P. Jacobs, J. M. Meyer nnd day in which tho conductor was hit in disposing of a number of building loin. and Mntnlo Dunn, of Danville, nro visit- others. The building is a splendid one, tho back of tho head with a Tho next thing you hear of these enter ing Miss Maud Kobinflon. Miss Margue- constructed according to tho latest nnd rock and the brakeman shot in tho neck prisinggentlemen tbey will be talking of rite Miller is viHitlng friends In Dan- best views in regard to light, nir, heat and abdomen. putting in electric lights nnd water Tho democrats of Laurel county nre works. ville. Mr. J. 1C. Faulkner, Jr., of ing, veuui.ttlon and iicallMulncHs genGiving two performances daily at 2 and 8 p. m. won hero Friday and Saturerally. Prof. V. 0. Qrlnstead Is princi- requested to assemble in tho hall over Mfbs Helen Iteid leaves for MIhs Kuto Klnnalrd Is tho guest of pal and Misses Ella Bukor and Lucy Jackson's drug store on Monday, Oct. 10, Somerset, where she will go into the day. Admission: Adults 50 cents. Children under 12 years 25 cents. county court day, at 1 o'clock, v. i., for inillinory business. Mrs. D. S. CarpenMiss Mamlo Cecil at Danville. Mrs. K. Welsh aio itRsistnnts. Hill Dryo concluded to go no further tho purpose of selecting candidates for ter, o? Somerset, is the guest of tho famiE. Mcltoberta and daughter, little, nre Mm. Fannio with his case anil wa? before court ml- - circuit court clerk and for Blierifl'of Lau- ly of Mr. G. D. Weatherford. Miss Mary visiting In Ilopklnsville. Of Glittering Gold and Gorgeousness daily at 10 a. m. Benton and family left Friday for Kan- Mourned Saturday souteuced to eight rel county. Our candidates will have to Lusk has returned from a pleasant visit sas City, theTr future home. years' confinement in tho penitentiary. bo selected by Oct. 15, or their names to friends in Ohio. Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. Rain or shine, the shows are given complete beneath the largest Last Thurudav night about 11:30 the It will bo remembered that ho killed will not bo printed on the ballots under Wright, of Calera, Ala., are visiting her i ram Cowan last June. tine, new livery ntublus of A. 0. Myers The evidence tho now law. John Pearl, Chairman; W. mother, Mrs. Bradley. Charlie Adams absolutely waterproof tents ever constructed. wero discovered to be on lire. In vxn HgsiiiBt him at both the examining nnd J. Litton, Secretary. left lost week for Longvlew, Ala., to go Friday tho county instructed for into business. Mrs. Ella KnuiTinau, of time than It Ukes to tell it, tho entire final trials was not very damaging to tho Biff rear portion of tho main building wnB o accused and tho severity of the verdict Hon. W. L. Brown for Commonwealth Lancaster, is visiting her relative, Mrs. enveloped in tUmea that it wag impossi- can host bo accounted for by his general Attorney. At tho meeting in Clay coun- Polly Kauirmnn. Mrs. Fred Harris and ble to save tho vo head of horses that character for insolence und viciotisnepp. ty tho eame day no instructions were Miss Kate Helm, of Danville, have been were In the stalls. Quito a number of Mrs. Mollio Mullins, formerly Lnucknrt, given but Matthews, of Knox, received tho guests of Mrs. Thomas Robinson. Mr. Myers' horses and buggies had been received a divorce from Win. Mullins tile majority of votes. At the convenCHURCH AFFAIRS. hired to young folks to attend tho party nnd was awarded tho custody of her two tion pistols wero drawn, one man getting Mauil Robinson's nnd thus es- childrtMi. Inn suit for a settlement ol shot in the leg accidentally. Sam Kosh, nt Miss The W. C. T. U. Stato convention caped being consumed by the flames. buftincss nll'iirs Levi Kittle was given a ono of the candidates, was choked, and will meet at Covington shall keep constantly on and con During the year 1892 I Tho building, stock. Ac. were Insured. judgment for $191 against W. II. Cecil. the blnniedefct timo oyer seen in any con tinue in eeeeion three dajs. Tho rail- hand a full and complete stock of Tho handsome new hotel of Capt. W. S. In tho suit of U. II. C. Mitchell vs. tho vention probably ever held in Kentucky, roads give low rati s. Miller had another very narrow escape. L. & N. railroad for destroying his resi- according to tho report of Brit Davis, of Revs. Ben Helm and W. E. Arnold "It la thought that tho north wall will dence nnd out buildings by sparks from thnt county, who is hero on his way (o are holding a meeting this week at have to be rebuilt. Tho large plute glass a locomotive, tho jury disagreed 0 to U Louisville. Matthews has carried Knox, The hours for preaching are In tho show windows of I'ascoe's con- in favor nf tho plalntilT. Amount claim- Jackson, Qwsloy and Clay and will bo 10:30 A. M , and 7 i. M. fectionery wero broken by tho heat. Tho ed, $3,100. tho next Commonwealth's Attorney. Tho Synod of Kentucky will meet in furniture In the hotel was damaged by .My stock of Louisville'Oct. 12. Besides other matHayden Station. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. removal. A fluo the hasty and careless ters, the question of locating a theologicDr. Anion reports several cases of young stallion, n buggy and harness beHugh Miller and Mins Mary Coyle, typhoid al Bchqolvill be" considered., fever at Mr. Adams'. longing to Deputy Sheriir Kb eloped from Kiys the Courier-JournaRevs. M. N Early and A. J. Daugh- A beef club has been organized hero Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers ol were consumed in tho stable His loss Mt. Vernon and were married in etee are conducting a protracted meeting and nothing less than aro Is very heavy, as ho had no Insurance. drompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas at Neal's Creek which had resulted in u to bo slain. Tho origin of tho llrois unknown nnd It A. R. PENNY.' D.LTon in charge. Miwj Virginia Standiford, daughter E. B. Beazloy sold to J. W. Adums dozen or more additions to Sunday. wrs ovldentlv tho work of an incendia- of tho late Dr. Standiford, of Louisville, The service at tho Methodist church a lot of young cattlo at 2 to 2. J. M. ry. It Is Mr. Myers Intention to re- and a very beautiful wooian, was mar- Beazloy sold next Saturday morning will begin at to J. II. Yeager a livery build at once. ried last week to Joliu Caperton, who is 10:30 instead of 11 o'clock. Rev. II. P. horeo for $ 125. also a millionaire. Politics In the Mountains. Another Goshen man bos gotten Walkor will preach at that hour and at James L. Babcock, of Ann Arbor, 7 r. si. (To tli Editor Interior Journal. left. Ho thought ho was going to mar, Th e meeting held by Rev. Tharpe Baiuiol-kvilluX Tho race for who was left a foituno of millions by hia ry n Crab Orchard girl but she wont back Oct. Attorney In this the uncle, on condition that ho marry with on him even nfter tho preacher had closed nt Hustonville with 35 additions, Commonwealth's wook to including Dr. Hawkins Brown, who was J"th judicial district seems to bo exciting in llvo years, waa married last engaged. Miss Butler, of Waukesha. The ladies, been a good man before that everybody even moro interest than that for circuit O. M. Spoonumore, our bos trader, such thought tho provisions wero cruelthought him a church member. judge and quite oa much na the congres- who has made tho following trades: Sold to ly exacting, did everything they could Atlanta boasts of tho finest Young sional contest, If possible. Messrs. John I'ronitUfc Wood 10 head of cattlo averof tho Men's Christian Association building II. Kash, of to help the poor thing out G. Matthews, of Knox, Sam aging 1,100 pounds at 2 to 3 cents; to south of Philadelphia. It is five stories Clay, W. L. Brown, of Laurel, W. P. 20 good hogs at 4 to 4 j cts ; No invitations aro out yet, but we Mike Elkiu high, including the basement, and has .We are making. Bontly, of Leslie, nnd Win. Clnrk, of it pretty straight that Mr. It. C. bought of R. L. Porter a bunch of cattle three fronts, thus giving it good light Jackson, nil ask to be mndo Common- have 700 pouuds at 2 cents; engagof tho First Na- averaging from three sides. Tho cost was $100,-00wealth's Attorney, but to whom tho Ford, tho clever cashier ed to I'rewitt it Wood a bunch of heifer not now bo de- tional Bank, of London, and Miss Kmma calves at $S; sold to J. II. Popples a nice nomination will fall can accomplished Rev. J. O. Rust, who had been holdtermined. Matthews has Knox with 11 Garrard, the pretty and daughter of Gen. T. T. Garrard, of Man- buggy mare, 2 years old, at $125; ono to ing a meeting at tho Baptist church for Brown has Laurel with 1 1, Bently votes, will becomo ono after God's ho- A. F. Moberly at $75; ho Bold Gil more, two weeks, left for his homo in Bards-tow- n has Letcher with six, Clark has Jackson chester, on Thursday, Nov. 10th. of Boyle 7 good mule colts at $40. R. E. Saturday. Tho visible results of with 10, nnd Kash has Clay with 11 ly ordinance, Gaines bought of 0. Vanoy and Grove .OF contesting but it is May their fondest hopes be realized. his work wero 10 additions to tho church which Matthews is Kennedy an extra good bunch of ehonta and tho membership acknowledges to a ought to know-tha- t thought by parties who Thoantl-snappein Now York city weighing 100 pounds at 4 to 4 cents. lasting good. Mr. Rust is one of the finKash will receive his own county held a meeting Sunday at which it was HUBBLE. est young preachers iu the State. His wheu the convention assembles. Kash decided to put out a third ticket. sermons wero models of eloquence nlso has Jackson promised on eecond Mr. Cleveland will attend tho great Ilro. Taylor's lessonsof lovo and freeconvincing arguments and by his choice nud Owsley Instructed for him club convention in New York dom still draw largo crowds to thoschool-hous- and eecond. gentle demeanor both in and outside the hero nnd with three coufes-siouand make a few remarks to encourage In tho 'JGth Judicial District composed tho boys. church ho won many friends here, who two at the church up to this writing. SHOES THIS SEASON. Robert Earls bought Bomo good will always remember him with their of Bell, Ihrbn, LeUher nnd Perry tho Tho Olympic Club at New Orleans young mountain stork owes of G. A. convened nt Harlan good wishes. district convention took in $101,057.hO during tho prize light Swiuobroad at $2. R. L. Hubble has prayers and 0. II. last Friday. M. J. Moss nnd 12. season of three nights, $ 12,0 10.9'J of which been loaning out eomo nice sheep for Now Try This. Hurst, of Bell, nnd Napoleon French, of was clear. half of the lambs and wool. Eubauks It will cost you nothing and will surely do you Bros, sold somo cattlo to Prewitt & Rood if you have a cough, cold or any trouble with Harlan, are candidates for judge, which It has only been Si years since tho Woods, averaging 1,400 at 3.85. throat, chctt or lungs. l)r King's New Discov raco seems to be exciting tho most Inter- ery tor it first tomatoes wero introduced iu AmeriMrs. .Marina uoitzciaw ami nine antied to gnerehelor Coughs and (.oldspaid guarback, money will be 11 instructed votes. eat. French has ca. Tho original plant was cultivated as daughter havo returned to their homo in Sudercrs from I. a Grippe found it just the thing being only Moss 101 and Hurst 8, there Dr. Lewis reports Charley and under Its use had a speedy and perfect recov Missouri. a vegetable curiosity at Salem, Mass. expense and Try a sample at :!0 votes in tho district. Blanks convalescent. Virgil McCluro ery. for yourself justbottle goodourthing It is. Tri a how Moses Knhn purchased iu the North and wifo, of Lexington, gave his sister, learn al bottles Iree at A K Penny's drug store. Large Col. Clark will bo nominated for judge Middletowu neighberhood 17 export Mrs. J. A. Hammonds, a pleasant call site jo cents and $i. by tho republicans in this district cattlo weighing from 1,540 to 1,048 lbs., labt Friday night. S. Dunbar is having Specimen Onsos. Bob Blair, of Letcher, Henbeautiat from 4 to 4.:J7-J- . J'aris Kentuck-lan- . a nice yard fence put around hishas been S. II. Clifford, New Castell, Wis., was troubled ry L. Howard and J. Grant Forriater, of ful dwelling. Mrs. Fannie Ball neuralgia and rheumatism, his stomach was with spending a few days at Kingsvillo. MUa disordered, his liver was atfected to an alarming liatlan, want to bo Commonwealth' At. Col. John M. Faulkner, superintendegree, appetite fell away and he was terribly reGentry is visiting friends at Susio L. I). S. tornoy of that district. of llesh this week. Mrs. Lucy Gard- duced in Ditters and strength, 'three bottles dent, has been ordered to advertise bids cured him. Electric daughter have returned to their , had a runKdward Shepherd, llarntburg, The Lexington Trotting Races will for tho excavation of tho $75,000 govern- ner nnd Missouri. ning sore on his leg ot eight years standing. Used ment building to bo erected at Rich- homo in three bottles of Electric hitters and seven boxes and last till tho 14th, begin of Itucltlcn's Arnica Salve and his leg Is sound Republican Convention. and well. John Speaker, Catawba, Ohio, had with its Futurity, Stallion 'Representa- mond. and for five large fever sores on his leg, doctors said ho In the city election at Covington tho tive and other largo slakes, worth from A convention of tho republicans of tho was incurable. One bottle Klcctric Illitersand mix Arnica ?5,000 to 10,000 each.' They again take democrats elected all the more import 13th judicial district is hereby called to one ISoldItuckleu'a Penny's Salve cured him entire-Caatorla curat Colic, Constipation, "Castorla is so well adapted to children that Sour Stomach, DUrrhosa, Eructation, drugstore. at A. K. I recommend it as superior to any prescription lead by Inaugurating tho novelty of ant ollicers, but in Newport the republi meet in Danvhle, Ky., on Thursday, the Kills Worms, gtvea sleep, and promotes diknown to me." II. A. AiicnER, M. D., gestion. mllo, 1J mllo and 1 tnllo and 100 yards cans mado nearly a clean sweep, elect- Oct. 20, '02, for tho nomination of candiWithout injurious medication. Ill So. Oxford St., Brookln, N. Y. dash races, in which fleet trottors and ing Geo. II. Ahlering to succeed Mr. dates for Judge and Commonwealth AtBerry as Mayor. Tub Csxtauk Conic ant, 77 Murray Street, M. Y.torney for said diattrict. G. N. Jean, paceB with records of from L':10 to 2:15 When Baby was sick, we gave Castorla. J. T. Hugdely bought of C. W. Car Ch'm'n. When she waa a Child, she criedher Castorla. Sec. for larger purses than are ofW. K. Caldwell, will contest for finely-bre- d, fered at runulng tracks nnd theso races penter, of Lincoln county, tho Mr. Gilgal," sho said kindly, "I When she became Miss, she eking to Castorla. Alma R., by Red maro, "No, promise to be of tho highest order. In never learn to lovo When she bad Chll'ton, she gave tbein Ciistorla, addition to this, oil tho great performera Wilkes, dam by Ericsson, and her filly am sure I could you." A. C. SINK J. N. MENKFKI year foal by Nallor, n son of Sultru, for or this wonderful "Oh, maybo you could," rejoined Gil-gmeeting lighting for will be seen at thin "Never too old to cheeringly. Commissioner Nicholas McDowell's the heats and tho money. Ducklln'sArnlca Salve. learn, you know." topassenger report for September says tho Burloy The heaviest eight-wheThe best stive in the world tar cuts, brums . bacco districts show a percentage of 75, .engine iu America was sent out of the Jeannette Does Miss Boardman get sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapall crup Friday, to while taking tho State as a whole tho her lovely complexion from her father ped hands, chilblains, corns and no skin requirlions and positively cures piles, or pay Union racific 8hoi, Omaha, ed. It is guaranteed to gvt. perfect satisfaction, pnll the fast uiall. "With tender coaled percentage is SS; pastures are generally or her mother? or money refunded. Price J cents per box. Gladys (sweetly) From her father. For sale by A. K. Penny, Stanford, Ky. up tho engine weighs 218,000 pounds. good, averaging fully 00 per cent; late much and It will run between Cheyenne and Lara- rains did the corn crop to 05. good sor- He's In the drug business. There Is a pumpkin vine in North The over the continental divide whero raised its percentage mie Will Hays bought of B. W. Gaines Topcka GO feet in length and still grow Ky, ghum crop is about 77 per cent, hemp to be OfHccIaiid .1 grado of 05 feet to the mile has in- 50 ewes, nt 5c. only 03, fruit 05 and potatoes 0 1. surmounted. Club will jjlvo a picnic to-da- eltthsttiietq-'- s 'ENORMOUS r. i h w ! Monster Tripple Gircus, Mammoth Double Museum, and Millionaire Menagerie. FREE HORSE FAIR JMMIDOK, Ma-ron- Stanford, Monday, Oct. 10, SATOEDA1, OT. 89 two-poun- d Ijiw-rencebu- rg, to-d- ay GRAND FREE STREET PARADE 1 1 The Only Show Coming to this Section thisYear 11 A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. 1 to-da- y Toilet Articles Glass, Books, a l, WA.TCHE5, CX.OCKS & JSWEICHTT Jeller-uonvill- SHOES, a. 0. A o PBOIA1LTY to-da- y e, LADIESiCHILDREN & s M'ROBERTS HIGGINS. with-opposltl- on. J Hur-rodsbu- 111 iJJbii'iliiM Infants Children. y. jj - record-breakin- g $1,-60- 0. al, el & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of The Yard Depot Street, Stanford, STANFORD LUMBER YARD; p r H v U i Georgo Armstrong killod Kato Davis with a elodgo hammer near Taylors-villHe was tho father of .her unborn nlitlil nmi billwit lior in KttVn flXIIOSIiro. Stanford, Ky., - October J. 1R92 Dr. Doucla38. the famous throat specialist, who attondedGen. Grant during his Inst illness, died in Washington W. F from tho same troublo that carried off tho Miss Nora Tingle, of Georgetown, sued tho C. N. 0. fc T. P. railroad for EVEK-T$3,000 for carrying her past tho station and refusing to tako her back. It was compromise 1 for JoOO. THE-- . It 8eeui8 that our friend Uallara is The Blackburn Club gave a big bar- determined to do the Moses act always becuo at Croppers, Shelby county, Saturget in sight of the promised land and day, which was attended by 5,000 peo! never reach it. Two years ago he camo ple. Gov. Brown, Sonator Blackburn i within a fraction of ccttine the demo and others made speeches. for Congress in the cratic nomination The steamer II. W. Whltnoy was We have concluded to extend the time to Oct. io, instead of Oct. I, as the limit, in order to give ev6th district, and this time n poor little run down nnd sunk in Boston harbor by erybody a chance, as the first lot went out very fast, and we have ordered another half of n vote would havo insured him a the Bteamer Ottoman. Tho loss is estilot of Glassware, which will be Beat in the Uouso at Washington, but mated at J 100,000 to 130,000. The crow he couldn't get that and throwing his of 37 men wero saved by tugs. strength to Albert S. Berry, as ho did to Johu w. uugnes, ni jiercor, was Dickerson in 1S90, he dictated the nomTiie New York World has caught on appointed delegate, and T. F. Poynter, ination, though unable to get it himself. to tho scheme of tho republican boss of of Shelby, alternate to tho National ConThe nomination was made on the 372d that State to buy tho yoto of New York vention oi democratic clubs which meets ballot, aftor nil the machinations known for Harrison. Ho is sending out circu- in New York to day and to politics. Col. Berry, the nominee, is lars, of which tho paper gives a fac simiPhiladelphia is suffering nn epidema typical Kentuckian, being about 0 feet le, to lepublicaus asking them to send ic of diphtheria, a disease that physicians Ho is a in tho name of nt least ono democrat 4 inches and well proportioned. Thesc presents consist of Glasses, Lamps, Tea Sets, Klcgant r Lamps, Watei bets and other articles. havo pronounced moro fatal than chole man of much force and when he made each that they think is wavering or open ra. For tho threo weeks ending last Sat- Nothing will be given for less than Si's worth oi goods. jto drawing or tickets about this, but a pres- bis canvassfor the gubernatorial nomi- to "argument." Tho argument is to be urday there wero 7!) diphtheria deaths nt given promply at the time of the sale. nation against Gov. Buckner, be secured furnished in bright and shining dollars, For Si's worth of goods we present you with a handsome Goblet, Salt Cellar or other article. Samuel Clay, a young Kentuckian, many friends who will be glad that the forced out of tho coflers of protected mo- is wauled by tho Now York pnlico for $2's worth of goods we present you with a handsome Lamp with burner and chimney complete, or prowninc noint of his ambition will at nopolies. The are not rnauy democrats stealing SS.200 from Thomas H. Shan- Cream Pitcher, or Spoon Holder or two Glasses. last be reached. He is bold and aggres- worthy to ba called by the name that are non, a Lexington bookmaker, who has 3 s worm oi goous we present you wim an elegant water 1'itcher, Uutter Dish, Lamp or 3 Goblets. sive and will likely be heard from in up for purchase and sale, but tho boss been making a book at the Eistorn race 35 s worth oi goods we present you witn six uomcts or a lea bet complete. CongresB. thinks it is worth while to make the at- tracks. Sio's worth of goods an elegant Water Set, consisting of Pitcher, six Glasst and Tray, or nothing of tempt to bribe tho "honest voter" and W. W. Windlo broke Zimmerman's the same value. House, money is going to be Tub conservative men of tho used for all it is world's bicycle record at jSso's worth of goods and elegant China Lamp, an ornament fit to grace any parlor. who wanted to leave no question of the worth. Hampden Park. Zimmormnn's mark validity of the passage of tho election which was lowered to Fuk average voter in Now York is apt was 4:37 bill, succeeded after two attempts in 4:233 5 by the Millbury lad. The recby a constitutional to get things mixed this year under getting it majority. Speaker Moore and his little tho Australian ballot srstcm. In addi ord is official. W. Y. Fultz, of Carter county, comcoterie of friends voted against it both tion to 3G presidential electors to be taking poison. His times, claiming that the bill had already chosen there are a Chief Judge of the mitted suicide bv Ky. A. HAYS, 3Xaunx&r. wifo deserted him threo weeks ngg, after had a legal passage. The question is too Court of Appeals, 34 Congressmen, 128 a honeymoon of just ono month, and important a ono to havo any question Assemblyman, two Supreme Court his mind until Mascott lowered tho pacing record) about it and it was the part of wisdom to judgfs, threo county judges, six sheriffs, her action preyed on :., o.n .1... . ,r 1.: ...... 11...... and his four surrogates, 10 county clerks, five death alone could relievo him. " ai lerru mum, iiiRMs .:i.. " leave no doubt. The speaker The long distance telephone from same time in which Nancy Hunks trotcounty treasurers, 34 districts attorneys, friends might have voted for tho without compromising any of and a number of local officers. New New York to South Bend, Ind., was ted her milo tho day before and ovpr tho satisfactorily. A whisper Mrae course. their pride of opinion or reflecting nt all York city will elect a Mayor, Register, tested most nt this end was distinctly heard nt Pitts Our new line of-Superior Court Judge, President of the Tho fall meeting of the Kentucky on themselves. burg, and in New York ordinary tones Afimiciiitlon. at Ixington, begins Oct. Board of Alderman and a full Alderman-i- c WniLKen route to New York from 15 and closes Oct. 27. We acknowledge Board. In Kentucky a voter is allow- of voice were clearly heard. It is said that Lonisvillo jiartieshavo receipt of invitation from J. Henry MilBuzzard's Bay on a steamer, Mrs. ed three minutes to cast his ballot. It a Kentucky lady, sent a glass of will take 10 to get through the job in bought the Intermont Hotel ntBigStono ler, Secretary. Gap and that thero is still great confiwine to Mr. Cleveland with her compli- New York. Build Doble tells how it was that dence in tho future of tho place. There' Nancv Hanks made Iter wonderful mile expressed a wish for his conments and The Ex Secretary of the Navy, Mr. is not a vacant house in tho town and in 2:04: "The track was just right, tho tinued good health and his success in tho Coal Hods, Vases, Pokers, Shovels, Kitchen Sets, Zincs, Russia arose, bow- Whitney, says ho feels confident that there is a domand for a number of oth- min wm hist ritditnnd the driver was campaign. The touched the Mr. Cleveland will carry New York nnd ers. The population has increased SCO at himself." Iron Pipe, cct ed bis acknowledgements, glass to his lips, but did not drink. Ho if he is not elected it will not be because in the last few months. Bonner's Sunol and Arlon havo been The State League of Democratic shipped from New York and it is expectasked to be excused, as ho had decided he does not receivo the electoral vote of to drink no intoxicants daring the pres- tho State. Mr. Cleveland is in the city Clubs met at Lexington Friday anil se- ed by their owner tnBt Bomo of the fast ent struggle. The announcement was mixing with tho boys whoaredailygrow-in- g lected delegates nnd alternates to attend reccrds will bo smashed while they are more enthusiastic for him. 0. O. S., tho convention of tho National Associaapplause. greeted with enthusiastic in Kentucky and Tennessee. want with of the who is on the tion in New York city. Hon. M. C. What do the prohibitionists Mr. David Lawrence delivered a ground, predicts that the republicans president of the fino bunch of sugar mules hero to Mr. was a better man than that? will abandon the contest in that State, League, and Hon, J. A. Sullivan, of "Wm. Betta, of New Orleans. Tho mult b for this Am, his friends of the newspaper world but this is too good to bo truo and it Richmond, the were Bold nt 11 cents per pound and onare Rlad to know that Mr. Walter P. Em- wont do to bet on. All signs point to congressional listrict. ly brought $115 50. The prico realized erson has decided to accept a flattering democratic success in Now York but it in was much below prevailing prices for FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. offer to become the editor of tho Coving- not going to be secured except by mighsuch stock. Lebanon Enterprise. ton Commonwealth. His light is too ty struggle. A fat steer for sale. A. S. Myers. Twelve cows in tho dairy of J. W. bright to bo hid under tho bushel of a A. T. Martin sold to Jesse J. Thomp- Osborne, at Derby Neck, Conn., got J. W. Smith, who killed his wife nt weekly paper and wo congratulate Bro. pony for SoO. through a fence into tho yard and filled Dunsmuir, Cal., was n clever kind of a son a Wyoming s. Casey on tho wisdom of the selection. In O. Hill sold to It. B. & K. P. up on 50 bushels of good hard cider John cuss. A mob took him from tho sheriff parting with Capt. Sam Gaines the paWoods a mare mule colt for $55. took effect and when The cider per says that his resignation was for tho nnd proceeded to hang him. Ho assistBelle Vera and Vatican both tied the boy went to drive them home the ed them all he could in the operation Haute-2:0- SJ. purpose of entering a more lucrative animals were leary on their legs. Next and encouraged them by saying, "Gen- Maud S.'stime at Terra field than journalism and adds "thero iB Silas Anderson sold to John Will day they gave an article of milk protlemen I did wrong and deserve it." no field of effort that he will not grace." a milk 15 head of shippers at nounce! by experts to be This is the first case of a murderer feel- Poor, of Garrard, at 2.G0. nunch. ing the halter draw with good opinion of C. M. Spoonamore Bold to Tewmcy, Evangeline, a 2:111 trotter, died at Tub Danville Democrat has a timely lynch or any other law. of Boyle, 4 maro mule colts at $4 nnd Columbus, Ind. She wns valued at urging tho friends of Judge Breck article inridge, who are dissatisfied with the Weaver's record in the South during one for $35. $40,000. Sho was entered In the At Morris Park Dr. Hasbrouck went of Judge Saufley, to put the war is rottener than tho eggs thrown Stake, $5,000, at Lexington. nomination EVERY LINE IS NOW COMPLETE ltes than personal feelings aside nnd submit to at him in Georgia. It is surprising that five furlongs in 57 Beconds, two Her dcatli caused quite a sensation among trotting horse lovers there. She the will of the majority. "Judge Breck- tho people he wronged had not been the record. The great stallion, Spendthrift, sold was bred by J. T. Huguely. of Danville, is to the more demonstrative in their feelings inridge, loyal and truo as he at auction at Lexington to J. M. Cam- and sold to A. II. Moor.!, of Colmar, Pa., democratic party, has bowed gracefully against him. den for 18,000. to the inevitable and signified on more last February, for $30,000. NEWSY NOTES. Gen. It. M. Gano sold to James It. one occasion his willingness to do than J. It Furris, formerly of this place, ,11 M mmm j near Bryants-villall that could be expected of him and The Louisville republicans nominat- Leavell 190 acres of land but now of Lexington, has developed a at about $12. phenomenal. It is Victor Mnzzoui, n more, and the moat loyal of hia follow- ed Gus Willson for Congress. Prewitt & Wood, of Boyle, bought yearling by Gen. Hancock, who was ers should do no less." Fire destroyed the Winsiow block, of fat heiftho handsomest in Harriman, Tenn.; of Underwood Bros., 22 head driven a half milo by Mr. Farris, at Verfinding die publica, 2 J cents. ers and steers at R. O. Blandford, loss 520,000. sailles, in the remarkable time of 1:051; Joun M. Parke, of Irvine, paid $75 breaking tho world's pacing record for a tion of tho Somerset Republican an upThe Senate committee is opposed, hill nnd losing business, and a little dan- and very justly so, to creating the oflice per acre for Fox's farm of 240 acres, or yearling a half mile of b second. Tho 118,000. Richmond Register. gerous sinco he espoused the cause of of State bank examiner. great youngster is owned by a Mr. s Thirty-fou- r thoroughbred David G. Colson for Congress, announcDuhme, a wealthy horseman up east, Tho Henderson democrats have raisfrom tho Spendthrift Btud were sold at and Mr. FarriB, Mr. Duhme having made es in its last issue its suspension. The ed the tallest democratic flag pole in the Lexington for $54,230, an average of man who attempts to run a republican State. It is 19S feet high. the latter a present of a half interest. newspaper in Kentucky has a pretty Prewitt & Wood purchasod of Mob-erlThe Advocate says Mr. O. It. Pipes, The horse editor of the Lexington tough row to hoe. A great majority of aged 57, died Thursday. He hogs at 4jc. of Lincoln, 30 200-lleaves a Leader Bays that Sophy, the grandam of (Late Alexander's Hotel.) republicans are not readers and those widow nnd Beveral children. and of T. M. Boone for delivery Oct. 10, if not Nancy Hanks, lived to the advanced ago that are prefer to get their news, Tho republicans have put if T. L. 35ho,?8Bt4.10. L. W. Hudson bought democratof CO years. their views, from Rates JS2.50 Per Day. 10 extra mules from Dunn it Co., at Hardin in the 7th district for Congress At Paterson, N. J., Frederick ic papers. man Breckinridge td knock down. a pair of J. B. Cook, of Garrard, Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-Hous$100; shot nnd killed his wife, badly welched 2.700 lbs., for $'370-t- en Hon. Asher G. Caruth was renomi are beginning to And eggs with and then com- that Tkkv wounded bis daughter eonts per pound; threo from Georgo nated for Congress by the democratic mitted suicide. "G.O." on them, which is a sure sign that A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, W. R. LOGAN, Congressional committee of the 5th dis Robinson for $487 50, nnd two car loads, Grover is going to bo elected. A young Mr. C. J. Hamlin's famous black filJ.. J. Marshall, clerks. Manager. nnd one from ono from Gentry Bros., a trict. domineckcr pullet belonging to Miss Col. Thomas L. Jones, county clerk ly, Midnight Chimes, dropped dead on Carutherd it Beard for $180. He reports Halley, near Rivcrton, laid an egg of Campbell county, has been indicted tho Mystic Park track, at Boston. She trade dull in New Orleans, but very las week with those letters in raised on the charge of was valued at $25,000. misappropriating surrounding countiy. Adr old feed- good in the characters on the end. Her father, who For Sale. 15 extra ers, weichinc about 1.100 lbs. Apply to vocate. has been a rabid republican, says that's 1 The signal station on the Bummit of to R. H. Bronaugh, Crab Orchard, Ky. . Tho Bale of 'Squire M. O. Portman, enough for him and that ho will put in I rrartTFa.TOJe. J I Pike's Peak, the highest point of obserattended. Tho Reed Bros., of Fayette, bought a Saturday, was fairly f$ his ballot for the man of destiny. vation in thelU. S., was burned Friday of house and 20 acres of land was bought of fat hogs at 4 J, a night. fat heifers at 3 to 3.10 and sold a lot of byG. B.Cooper at $105, which is considTub Homestead strikers are" confrontThe Pineville Land Company has at fat lambs at 5c Gazette. ered very cheap; Mrs. W. H. Miller la BeceiTing Hii ed with a new and startling charge, that of an acre at $180; J. Robert Bonner will not give Naucy bought 1 lot of of last been thrown into the hands of a reof treason against tho Commonwealth Hanks the $5,000 promised. He says tho C. McClary 1 5 acres at $175; Mrs. G. A. Pennsylvania in firing on those sent to ceiver. Capt. Andrews has completed his race was to be made ou a grand circuit Peyton 1 acres at $160; Julian Vest J protect property rights. "Warrants havo solitary voyage across the Atlantic in a track and to the Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. sulky. acres at $140; Mrs. W. II. Miller another been issued for 33 members of the strikdory, having arrived safely in Hueloa, bouglil of Beveral par- Jot for $100; D. "NV. Vandeveer for Mrs. It. Montis Fox ers' advisory committee and five arrests Spain. ties in Wayne county seven mare mules Fenzel21otsfor$483; J. S. Murphy J have already been made. Attorney General Hendricks in ono four to six years old, from $110 to $105 aero for $240; Mrs. W. 11. Miller 52 acres believes in reciprocity. of his diurnal opinions says that a coun- for the Now Orleans market. Demo- of knob land for $00; J. G. Weatherford Crisi Congressman Ellis voted for him for ty clerk cannot also be trustee of the ju- crat. house and lot in Hustonvillo for $1,000. old J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. of Crab Orchard, Mares sold at $07 to $100, a Speaker and now bo is going to help ry fund. W. 1. Herriu, According tdjoflicial returns the re- bought of B. D. Holtzclaw 10 head of horse for $81 and cows from $ 30 to $45. liim boat Pettit. Ho will speak at three 6U1, 189a. points in hia district beginning Oct. 10. publican plurality in tho recent election mountain heifers at 2 cents nnd of W. Tho furniture, Ac. brought satisfactory captivating and in Maine was only 12,512, against 18,8S3 H. Tray lor a lot of scrub cattle at 13 prices. The ealo amounted to over Full corps cfContervatory nd Normal School teachers. Supcrlur courses In He is said to be a very Literature, Muilc and two years ago. 8,000. Art Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and tlrculari furulihed on application. convincing orator. cents. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal WALTON. SEX : PAGES. FRIDAY. Thk Supremo Court of Iowa believes in letting a woman who makes her bed hard lie hard. A wife sought divorce on tho grounds that hor husband was neon- firmed drunkard. Tho proof showed that she had knowledge of his habits before they were married, and tho court refused her petition, adding, ''Yon volun tarily chose a drunkard for a husband, and you should discharge tho dutieB of a drunkark's wife. His failure to keep n pledge of reformation made before marriage does not justify your deserting him. Having knowingly married n drunkard you must make yourself content with the sacred relationship." Tho court is right. A woman rarely ovor reforms a drunkard by marrying him. Tho chances are ten to ono ttiat ho will bo more confirmed in his miserable habit after ho has aecured tho prize. Young ladies should shun a young man who drinks whisky to excess like she would tho deadly cobra. o. 4 I FREE! I I FREE! AT FREE. AWAY, GLASSWARE GIVEN IL4MCJI0 iVIJLM-I- JTOBK Given Away With Every Purchase of $l's Worth of Goods. two-mil- o 2-- Recollect we are Headquarters for Clothing, Shoes and Dry Goods. Stanford, 1 1 W CALL AND SEE God-dar- d, HGIUATIMGr STOVES, B. K. & W. H. WEAKEN. A Courier-Journa- l, Al-for- d vice-preside- FULL! TO THE CEILING WITH np-ple- first-cW- NEW GOODS! conn J) MMD ssran! 1 Tran-Bylvan- ia e IIIIVJIJIKANCB & SON. race-horse- $1,-59- 5. b. THE WILLARD. e, monoMQUM wide-awak- e Mel-lenb- erg Louisville, Ky. Lou-ell- &3,-751.- 11. two-yea- H.6.RUPLEY, MWM car-loa- d car-loa- d &3 tf$i ,,,,jLM rw..m tfr .. X9ir fGBp r C- -0 2-- 1 FALKiWjJLWTEllB (DBS Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September n JV-- i . . i t '.i Semi-Weekly .. Interior Journal qctoijck 4 1S92 Nkiv lino Zeifilar bIious at II. S. II. H Walton's salo will bo Friday, 7th, stead of Saturday. TwENTir-piV- in- Shanks'. Emm wanted Stanford, Ky., at H. K. &. ,W. Woar-eti- at 15 cents. fall. Seo Danks, or more wedding this the Jeweler, for approm K,o.WAi,TON,DUB.ManDger MEANS JUSINESS. $ Enouavino beautifully and artistically done at A. K. Penny's. Buy your books nnd bcIiooI supplies of all kinds from A. It. Penny, who sella them at publisher's prlcen. Havk your watch, clock and jowoiry repaired at A. K. Penny's. All work warranted. Rkmrmiikk that all silverware, watches, rings, sc, bought at A. It. Penny's will tbe engraved fret) of charge. Z PERSONAL I- POINTS. W. Wiiitk aud wife have the Albright property. moved to COL. COSIIY O.VTT8. of Moilticollo, ifl vising his daughter, Mrs. J. P. Davis. Mns. Mary W. IIowmax, of Ix'xing-ton- , is visiting her sister, Mrs. F. Held. Kev. T. II. Cami'iikm., of Waco, waa the guest of Itov. It. 11. Mahony n few days. Mas. Bettik MclloiiniiTs Fhitii, of Brodhead, has been visiting relatives here. Mita. America Bout iwh gone to visit her daughter, Mrs. J. B. Owens, nt Mil, V. liar-rodsbur- r k Y Gin. It. M. Gano, wife and Mrs. Clara Helta Gano and children started buck to Dallas, Texas, Saturday. Mr. J. 0. Joneh left yesterday for the University of Virginia to take the Iiiw coureo in that fumoiiM institution. Mu. Hiram Gregory, of Grayson, is here to see a mighty attractive young lady, who used to teach music there. Mrs. B. W. Gained and Mrs. H. M. Ballon leave Wednesday for a visit of two weeks to relatives in Shelby villo. Gait, an i Mrs. It. I). Tiiompsok havo gono to Louisville to live. The caplnin will run on the Main Lino hereafter. Miss Mary McKinnky of Stanford, is the guest of MUa Minva Phelp nt Drunining Creek Heights. Bichmond Register. Mr. It. M. Jackson, of London, a democr.it and consequently a gentleman, was hero Friday on horhe businexs. Miks Leua Oi.ay Ai.lkn, of Pcach-lan- d, N 0. arrived Friday. Her mother, a relative of Prof. Hubbard, lias placed her in his chaigu to remain till nbu is educated. Mrs. Mary Kice, of Washington City, andMitigOra W Union, who has spent the summer with her, pflHsed up to Crab Orchard yesterday to visit their mother, Mrs. F. W. Dillion. Pkok. W. S. Buittii, of the Crab Orchard school, was down Saturday. He has an enrollment of 72 pupils and the average attendance last month whh .VS. Minn Leah Stegar assists him. Mrs. Breck Jones and children, of St. Louis, who spent tiumiiniuer at her futher', Mr. John M. Held, left for homo Friday, accompanied by Mrs. Dr. Hugh Itcid and son, who will spend a couple of weeks with her. al Mu. M. B. Raymond, the clever agent of Hunting's Shows, was here with his advertising car yesterday, making arrangements for tho performances n tho 10th. He tells us that ho is going to give us one of the best shows ever in Stanford. Miss K1.I8E S. Whitman, of Pulaski City, Va., will bo at the Collcgo Saturday to enter upon her duties as teacher in the literary department and assistant in music. Miss Whitman is a teacher of cporienco, who was graduated some time ago nt Martha Washington College and the Conservatory of Music. She has paid special attention to music and tho natural sciences and comes well indorsed as a splendid young lady and r line teacher. llret-dacen-er- CITY AND VICINITY. Hunting's enormous shows will visit us Oct. 10th. Leave your order for timothy with McKinney Bron. Just received a nice lot winter cloaks. S. 11. of fall and Shauks. Wk spell nearly all our stock with tl 'letter "0" aud that meanH cheap. J. S. Hughes. Stanford is to have a circus, the first for many moons. It comes highly recommended. Eleciant assortment of cloaks and wraps just received nt S. H. Shanks', Call and see them beforu the stock is " broken. I invite the attention of the ladies to my now and elegant stock of millinery just received from the cities. Miss Annie Wray. k The speakers are going to swoop down on the peoplo like a thousand bricks next Saturday. Seo small bills nnd give them all a rousing reception. democrats club, to be known as the James JL McCreary Club, has been organized at Richmond with 150 mem bers. We ought to have a club here. Who will take the initiative? A sir paper from Crab Orchard sajB that Will Swoard, a trifling white fellow, had his skull fractured lust night about 10 o'clock by a negro, Jim Buford; both drinking. Swoartl will probably die. Skull Cracked, A message to this Ik you desire to seo tho most stylish line of Indies' cloaks and gent's and Cheap Clothing, Cheap Cassimeres, The sheriffs posse, called to quell Cheap Cloaks, To Loan. $1,000 on real estate securi- hoys' clothing come aud see us. J.S. Cloths, " Canton Manncls, " Cotton Cloths. an insurrection of blanks near Bobo, ty. Address Box 10, Lancaster, Ky. Hughes. Crepons, " Cotton Checks, Miss., found them organized and heaviCalicoes, For Sale. Cottage on Mill Btreet. Chcvcrons, " Camlets, Mrs. B. C. Pknnyiukeh will apply ly nrmed. Two of the negroes were killCheviots, Apply nt Interior Journal olllce. Cashmeres, next Monday for license to keep hotel ed nnd soyeral others mortally wounded. " Chese Cloth, Chiffons, at Kingsvlllo with tho privilege of reChangeable Silks, " Cloths for Tables, Cloth, Oil, The best selected stock of silverware A reported outbreak of cholera at Helmetta, N. i tailing liquors. Changeable Velvets, Cloths for Outing, J , craned much excitement in that vicinitv. InChina Silks, and jewelry nt Dailies', thn Jeweler. vestigation showed that the disease was not chol11 Canton Draperies, " Chiffon Draperies, Back of era, but a violent dysentery which Is almixt as seCream Satin, No one oIbo need apply. Tho TiiKcircus will exhibit Just West of seed wheat sent us by Hon. D. B. Ed- vere and dangerous as cholera. Mr. Walter LiCheffon Laces, " Cords, Croquet Ssuffs, lian, a prominent merchant of Jamesbur, two 11 tho city In the larga field now used by miston was divided Comforts, " Curtains, tip in two quart lots miles from Helmetta, says Chamberlain's Colic, Counterpanes, Cholera and Diarrha a Remedy has (nven great Mr. Wenren as n pasture. " Corsets, Cretons, and taken by farmers before It could bo satisfaction in the most severe cases of dysentery. . Corset steels, m It is certainly one of the best things ever made" CcashmeJc Gloves, ' Cashmere Hose, gotten from tho depot to this oilice. 1 HAVKn very full lino of fall 11111I winCotton Hose, Korsale by l)r M L Ilournc, Druggist and Optician, Stanford, Ky. ' Circulars, Storm Serges, ter suitings. Come at once and make Shirts, Now on bali: morn than !00 new la" Stockings, Shoes, selections. H. C. Itupley. 'Sox,' 11 NEW ADVERTISE3IR.VT8. dies', misses' and children's clonks, " Skirts, Slippers, Sheeting. See our elegant new line of drops direct from tho manufacturers, goods and trimmings in nil grades. Ma which wo will offer nt price? so low thnt ny things not to be seen elsewhere. Sev- t will astonish vou. Severance is Son. erance k Son. ..'..am.r?SFivinJonoof the mo elegant Jim Thompson enmo down from Mt. MH.U.INLKY eer handled in Stanford, lines of selected with an Why we sell goods so CiiANOEor Day. I have changed the Vernon on tho local Friday afternoon trade. Miss especial view to the wants of this Nora Welch, of Cincinnati, an expe. date of the sale of my furniture, &c, to and proceeded to quench his thirst with rienced trimmer, is with me thl season and I everything to Friday afternoon, Oct. 7, at U v. m. Seo "redeye." Ho became n little boister- guarantee lashlon The bn in the latest andtomost approved ladles are invited call and examine my goods, which I will take pleasad. W.P.Walton. ous and was jugged by Marshal Newland. ure in showing, Cj Judge Careou fined him $0 nnd costs. MISS I.ICCIK HKAZLKV. Wk havo now opened and invito you to inspect the largest and completest Thobi: who won't clean up their premn SALE OF stock of dry goods, notions, Ac, ever ises will bo mndo to do so. Marshal Newland has tried moral suasion with seen In our city. Severance & Son. little effect. This morning he will in The fire company was to have been or- voke tho strong arm of tho law by swearganized last night. There will be ."0 be- ing out warrants against 15 housekeepI will sell at auction on the premises In Stanford, sides tho chief, I. M. Brnc;, ton for each ers. next rriuay anernoon, reel and ten for the hook nnd ladder. fakirB and robTin: 7U1, 1892. Wheelbarrows, Cross Cut Saws, Fencing Wire and Staples, Haling Hort Haydrn asks us to say that S. bers so often found in town on circus At a o'clock the remainder of my Furniture, con- - Wire, I lorse Shoes and Nice Toilet, Chamber and Dinner Sets. L. Blakemore and Miss Annie Bright, n days are not permitted to indulge in Hunt icu 1100m aeis, wardrobes, Lounges', Sideboard, lledding. Carpets, Chairs, Tableware, worthy colored couple from Crnb Or- their skin names on the day Hunting's Stove, Ac. I WALTON. . chard, were married nt his his home Fri- shows exhibit. Mr. Hunting prides of his show and day night. himself on the honesty Always on hand. All goods sold PUBLIC will permit nothing that will in tho least I HAVEungigud Mrs. Fa nine Edmiston reflect on his amusement enterprise. STOCK ESD CROF. for the season and invite her friondsand patrons to call and see my stock of milMr. Ed C.Gaines, our Logan's Creek linery, which is full and complete. Miss correspondent, shotn gray eagle Monday As kxecutor of George Vaughn, deed , I will Or taken back. Goods promptly delivered. at his late residence s'Annie Wray. morning' that measured 7 feet-- from tip sellCrab Orchard pike, on miles from Stanford an to tip. Mr. (iiines only broke a tip of Havi.su quit the mercantile business, his wing and had quite a lively tussle Tuosday, Nov. 1st, 1892,- I mu compelled to settle up accounts. The following property, before he was captured. Ho tore severIf you mo call uud settle. All acclothing and had he not al holes in his 216 counts will bo placed with a collector ni- been wounded would havo come out ter a few weeks. J. II. Foster. Of good land, well improved; has (;oot residence, first best in the fight. barn and othtr outbuildings, and water, and ad. joins the lauds ot S. II. Shankn, J. E. I.ynn and A. SborilT of Leslie, G. II. Steele, The .Dealers In. a num K. Moberly. Mr. J. S. Ik'uitKs tells us that cash; balance in one and took Henry Brown, accused of sissussi-natin- g of boys, who ought to be ashamed of two years with interest. Also ber one of a sherill's posse, who has themselves, were caught stealing his Hour Urooii Mares, 7 Mares and Colts, Rood been In jail here for several months, to work grapes from the vines Sunday night at net, Morse, Jennet and Colt, aycar old JenHyden, Friday, where his trial is set for t t'ows and Calres, 40 Kwes, a South'kmn an hour that they should havo been at Ducks, old Heifer, 2 Sows and taShoats, AND to day. in the church. Ik' knows the names of every about to acres ot CornOats, afield, 6 stacks 'timoHay, s stacks of thy Mowing Machines, Wheat Drill, t Hay ToTkacheks: I understand that tho one, but refrains prosecuting them or t Rockaway, Reaper,of Kenco Hosts, 11 stands Rake, a lot publishing their names on account of alotol Ilrlck, Harrow, a Wagons and all Dees, money duo to teachers In October will other r arming Implements usually fouud on a arrive this week. If so, next Saturday, their families. He will not bo so lenient, farm, and Queensware, Glassware, Tinware, Lamps, Chamber Sets, Dinner Sth, will be pay day. I will bo at my however, if it ever happens again. Sets. Also agents for the Empire Wheat Drill. Forty-Nin- e Shares of Bank Stock ofllce in Stanford that day. W. F. M c Hon. James B. McCheahy, nominee of Ten In the Farmers Dank K: Clary. Trust Co. and 14 in the democratic p.vty in the Eighth Dis- the First National of 1; in the .Nixton National l St Joseph Mo., and 10 In First NaThe commander of the Stanford Post, trict, for Representative in Congress, tional of Fort Scott, Kansas. At Itov, Walter Lackey, requests us to say will address the peoplo nt the following Droodthe same time and place I will sell S good Mares and some well bred that tho G. A. R. rally, to occur on tho times nnd places: Tnylorsville, Satur- andnome nice yearlings and r lilies. Terms made known on day of sale. Sth, will not bo partisan, but is dimply day, Oct. 8; Shelbyville, Monday, Oct. W A. HAIL, Kxecutor George Vaughn, deed 59 Monday, Oct. 17; Stanford, for their financial aid nnd pleasure. Nei- 10; Danville, vBrfiiBiiBiiiiiV 7 SisstfisflL Oct. 22; Mt. Vernon, Monday, ther dipt. Herndou nor Hon. G. M. Di- Saturday, vision are expected to orate on that oc- Oct, 21; Annville, Tuesday, Oct. 25; Wednesday, Oct. 2t; Nlcholaavlllc, casion. Saturday, Oct. 20; Richmond, Monday, Death. Andrew McMnhau died Sun- Nov, 7. Speaking at 1 o'clock each day. VALUABLE : STOCK, day night at Rowland of typhoid fever, leaving a wife aud five little girls in desRoiibht Lke Davib returned to Crab FARMING IMPLEMENTS. AC. titute circumstances. Tiie bed upon Orchard the other day and as tho roport Having determined to close out my stock, pre Call and secure Bargains. which ho died had to be burned and oes n number of citizens got together to paratory to going West, I will sell the same at place. Mr. D. G. public auction to the highest bidder at my larm that constituted nearly all of his proper- force him to leave tho POST-OFFIC- E in Garrard county, Ky., 3 miles West of the Fisher's Ford road, on ty. Tho county had to take charge of Slaughter expressed his hostility to such modo of procedure and said if John his remains. Oct. 13, 1892, had been dishonored by Davis it OPEN TO THE WORLD. Consisting of the follow ing valuable Miss Olivia W. Summers' class in elo was his right to take a shot gun and go Of,alt kinds, cution is preparing to celebrate Colum- and kill him. Saturday afternoon and Stock. Made and Set Up in All Parts of bus day with an appropriate entertain- Slaughter was halted as ho returned lad 10 years old; the Country. black Jack 5 years old ; ment at Walton's Opera House. Re- from his sprincs. as ho writes, by Joe lack 3 ycaisolu; No Agents employed. hearsals havo already commenced and McClure and a man named Napier from year old; j Jacls acWoltn: tho young ladies intend to bo thorough- May wood, who asked him "What tho 4 s head of leonets. cood and sure breeders. W. ADAMS & SON, ly up with their parta before appearing h 1 his is a very superior, v.ell bred tot of Jack No. 4a ISroadwny, Lexington, Ky. he had to do with the matter?" He and Jennet stock and all persons interested will IKY.T. H B ASSOCIATION before the footlights. ho was against Uukluxing do well to attend the sale, us it will be sold withuut explained that llorv; stock: vo reserve. Also the following old. record of LEXINGTON, KY., and after they had detained him Harness Stallion S vtars a:ii A dozen or more young couples took 1'rerr.iuin Saddle Stallion 3 years old, by bilvcr minutes or more he was allowed to de- DEALER , Prof. D.iuks' orchestra out to thu home TO OCTOBER Yearling Saddle Stallion by Star Denmark: nart. Yesterday McCluro came in and rmiK of Messrs. R. It. and J. B. Gentrv, ou Saddle Mare by On Time, a full sister apologized but Mr. Slaughter said ho and in foal to Dlack Souirrel ; Friday evening and had a mo it deligh JXCXITSIVJC Saddle Mare in fnsl to Silver Time; accept an apology but would And Country Produce, would not 'addleMar by Woodtord Denmark, in loal to time. Dancing was enjoyed till a Has opened his stock of goods and is ready to serve prosecute both to tho extent of the law, Silver Time; the people of Stanford and vicinity. He Is offer late hour aud tho olJ bachelors, who Mare by AMallah Messenger, in foal to Luci ing unheard of llargains nnd all who want do. fer; should have been Benedicts u score of as he should . at the lowest possible Pacing Mare, in foal to Don Pizzaro; $50,000. goodson Logan Avenue, near prices should 33 RACES. him Lancaster pike years ago, proved themselves splendid head of The court of claims met yesterday with 14 Geldings;other Mares, in foal to Jacks; The Transylvania Male, JSiOcu or more, Monday hosts. presiding and the follow Judge Varnon 14 headof yearling Mules, 19 ct them mares; October lo, will bo the greatest contest ever ing justices present: W. L. Dawson, L. 4 Mule Colts; witnessed 4 work Mules; Jailed. J. N. Menefeo placed in jail B. Adams. Win. Leach, T. S. Blanken- 5 head of Cattle; Harming Implements of every description, inhere Thursday night, Jim Padgett and Remember the $5,000 Stakes sliip, A.O. Carman, G. P. Bright, John cluding Dora Lockman, who were tried nt and Free-for-alOne. half Interest in a Thresher; Bailey, J.T.Terry, T. M. Pennington, Dix Cutting Ilox; Waynesburg nnd held over till circuit Half Ratos on all Railroads. G. D. Smiley, W. P. Grimes, E. B. Caldj Mowers; court on tho charge of stealing n spring 3 Write Secretary for Programme. Jr., II. T. Newland, It. II. Thur-mawell, a Wheat Drills; Articles to Suit the Most Fastidf-jgfc,ou- s. wagon and four hogs. They are n tough 3 Hay Hake: to ED. A. TIPTON, It will require most of JOHNSTON, P. A complete line of horse wagons; Sec'y. i looking pair, but are very affectionate Pres. Tho l.irncss, Plows. Plavv Gear. Ac; finish tho business. and the separation caused by their beJiugy; PI IIMCSAI.E OK will be clad to learn that tho amount of Surrey: ing placed in dillerent cells seems to Spring Wajon; bo cut down more than $1,- claims will Hoad t'art; seriously trouble both of them. 000 from last year. Together with a variety ol other property used &. on a faro--, ton tedious to mention. Tho court did the proper thing by votTerms liberal mid made known on day of sale. I will offer for sale on In n talk with a Louisville Times ing an amount not to exceed T. II. UR1GIIT. for a 71 man, Prof, Seibert, who furnishes nearly public fountain on Court Square and 15, '92, nil the danco music in that city, says: Administratrix Salo Messrs Bailey, Bright i.nd Grimes were On tho premises, "INGLKSIDE," the farm OF "Tho latest thing in dances is n sort of appointed n committee to buy it. to the estate ot the late John G Urine, consisting of d Gavotte, in wnitz time, with three waltz ? Mrs. Sue HolmeB was again elected, 14 Choice Jacks, Several and three shottische steps. This is beABOUT IOO ACRES, other Stocks, &c. keeper, receiving all but twp e ing danced in Chicago, Pittsburgh, Now situated immediately on the Danville and Pleas- Complicated Watch Repairs and votes cast for W. H. Terry. Her bid is ant Hill turnpike, 3(4 miles north of Danville, Ky. Artistic Engraving a Specialty. York and generally in tho Eastern cities. lower thnn ever, $50 a year for keeping duelling, a a comfortableUnit As administratrix of W. G Hubble, dee'd, I will This place has on it ........... nil ) ku.l.llu All goods sold engraved tree of charge. It will hardly become popular lioro nnd $25 for children. Terry's bid adults blacksmith shop and four tenant houses and with- 8Your patronage respectfully solicited. Louisville people nre conservative wns 159 nnd $:'.0 nnd L. K. Wells, who nu tuinriucui in JS 01 a mne 01 a scnooi nousc, 10 Danville, noted for its educational facilities. WEDNESDAY, OCT and stick to wnltz and polka steps." got no vote, $0 and SM. This place has on It one of the best springs in the dwelling, and OHT3E both barn At ' Sleepy Hollow" Stock Harm, in Lincoln county, convenient todairy farm. and This place is in Stanboiid Female College now has will male n splendid FOR THE offers his farm of county, 7 miles west of Stanford, near the Mr. Eugene Kelly and Turncrsville turnpike, offer at public a splendid neighborhood, has a god physician 104 pupils enrolled and two very Address him at Stan- - sale all the personal property of the deceased. living near, and Is altogether a farm. denrablo SOncres for sale. a small Tho school was never in better tori. This tironerty conslstsofa herd ofn choice lacks place lor any one wanting known oil day of sale. Terms liberal and made and jennets; two saddle stallions, On Time and HARVEST - EXCURSIONS, W. O i'KOCTOK, condition and justly claims to be one of It is stated on Hart Denmark; 13 brood mares, saddle and driv Admr., with will annesed. of J. O. Bruce. ing horses; 3 suckling colts; a pairs of work mules; AUG. 30 and SEPT. 27, tbo best disciplined institutions in the Judge W. Q. Gresham will vote for mules; a lot of 18 extra impair very line State. Tho boarding department is un- Cleveland. THE "WISCONSIN CENTiUL LI N lib" nice yearhug mules; 14J, sheep, sow and shoals; 3 cows and calves; 3 yearling cattle. surpassed in faro and service Prof. Will run low rate. Harvest Kxcursions on abovo Also all farming utensils, nearly new. including Go 11 Is not unusual for colds contracted in the tall dates to points in Minnesota. Montana, Mcrth and hay rake, 3 corn planters, In Hubbard says that while he doea not to hang on all winter. nlnintlsuchrrt enses ..catarrh or mower, a .. A n l . f si...-.- It .. ac- nlows. ....and spring wagons, fie. &c. Also To have lour photograph taken. He keeps up South Dakota. Tickets, will be good twenty (10) enrome orontium . propoeo to cut his already reasonable cent bottle of Chamlierlain's Cough Remedy will all cropsou tho farm, hay, corn, oats, Ac. The with all tho days from date of sale, with privileges ...... ..M.I so much for harm toooints west of St. Paul and Minneapolis. 333 which Is rates for board, he ia able to offer In- so small an amount? vaii sftiird to risk intended cs. will be01rentedAcres," nearly all otcatalogues in cras, remedy is privately for tull information, address any cf the CompaThis For and furny's representatives, or ducements to two or more boarding pu- pccially for bad colds and croup ana can always ther particulars, address MRS. ,M J HUDDLE, Adm'x. And will give you good wtlsfactlon. JAS C POND, lie depended upon. Kot sale by Dr. M L. Bourne, pils from tho same family. y Shelby City, Ky. Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Agt , Chicago, III. A.J KARP, Stanford. JVt Druggist and Optician, Stanford, Ky. 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 pur-chnsed Leave your orders for stove repairs at McKinney Bros.'s. priate presents. There l no me of any suffering with the cho'-ewhen Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Remedy can bo procured. It will give relief inn lew minutes and cure In a ihort time. I have It and know tried H. Clinton, Helmetta N. J. The epidemic at Helmetta wat at firt believed to bo cholera, but subsequent investigation proved It to be a violent form of dysentery, almost as dangerous as cholera This remedy wis used tnere with great success. Por Sate by Dr. M. L. Bourne, P'uggist and Optician, Stanford, Ky - . m ra Dlar-rhcra -W. Come and C TO TEE LADIES. YOU "C" NOW c?JEXs:Lf MEAILDo .a J. S. HUGHES. ' Furniture. October .11 camp-follower- s, Fresh Stock of GROCERIES SALE MND. GUARANTEED as REPRESENTED, n 1 00 The Farm of Terms:-One-third Acres FARRIS & HARDIN, 1 1 1 1 HABDWABE, sell-Ra- 1 1 1 STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, first-clas- s Sta-ford- , I.B.MOBERTS, DUTTGCIST, Mc-Ke- FTJBX,IC SALU Drugs, Toilet Articles, School Books. and Stanford. BEAK OF Ilryants-villeo- n EOOI, Mc-dur- e Thursday, Jack 1 Jennet KENTUCKY" MONUMENTS 1 1 GREAT 1 THOTTHTG CAiMTIVAXi. I 1 lo-o- 11 1 1 C. X. FOWE&I.. -- 1 5th 14th, IN- 1 toTal-mag- e General -:- ul Merchandise,. 1 1 1 1892. 1 l. BANKS TIIE JEWELER, ' tr" 1 n. to-d- ay tax-paye- 1 1 1 1 SMAXJC. FARM? Watches, Clocks 0 Saturday, October Stal-lions'an- And SILVERWARE. Jewelry, poor-hous- bo-cn- uso .1 - l I. a. .... is 5,92, McCor-mac- fiSSE&s F&RE Round Trip -:- 6o-t- d to Earp's Art Gallery .. . ! - stop-os- r-- Latest Improvements, o,-i- & ' 4 a tsrwvrvB7m mm &mmrgtti9 '?"!? emi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT HER FAVORITE HYMN. I love to steal awhile away Published Every Tuesday and Friday From every cumb'ringcore; And spend the hours of'setling day In humble, grateful prayer. I love in solitude to shed sa xmsk. YJCAit -- iy advance. will be charged.-g- n VheO not to paid $2.60 The penitential tear; And all His promises to plead Where none but God can hear. I love to think on mercies past PPYAL And future good Implore; And all my cares and sorrows cast On Him Whom I adore. love by faith to tale a view Of brighter scenes in Heaven, The prospect docs my strength renew While here by tempests driven. I Thus when life's toilsome day May Its departing rav is o'er The ITi.lo of Her Mother' Heart. "Do I not always try my best to gratify your rcasonablo tastes and am A dark strawhorry roan CW.welshlnc about 900 pound, a lew days ro strayed Irom John I'ep bltions, my daughter?" pies' pasture, H miles from Stanford on tho Crab There was no reply, and the mother Orchard pike Any; Information concerning her will be thankfully received. resumed, gently: f JOHN L, KLKIN, Stanford. I wcro wealthy, Marie, I would "If spare no expenso to provido you with I all that heart could wi.sh. But thero Is a limit to my power to do so. I can only exercise my best tasto and judgment in the selection of such things as you may In the corporate limits of Rowland. require for your personal apparel, and It I. DARST. Rowland. if they tlo not always plcaso you, remember, Marie, that thero nro treasures of mind and heart that may be NOTICE TO CREDITORS. yours if you seek for them with earnest purpose, and thoy far outwelph the ephermeral trifles of one's outward All persons Indebted to tho estate of George 6i-l- Xetray ITotio. Fine Stock Farm For Sale. On 1TOTIOK Is hereby given that our offer to lurnltli free wire-lu- x and lamp to persons ordering lights piping a lures at cost to those ordering water, will expire on September s, tSoi. After that date the Stanford Water, Lljtht and Ice Co will furnish all supplies re.iuitod at reasonable ptlces. HOWE PUM1 & ENGINE CO, jl Saturday, Oct. 15, 1892, For Sal Twenty Bull dlii; Lots And pursuant to a decree of the Lincoln Circuit Court, the fine Stock Farm of It R. Gentry, de ceased, will bo sold on the premises at public suction to the highest bidder. This farm is on the Kusn nrancn turnpike inaa. aootu ix miics irum Stanford, is well watered, splendidly fenced and EUSTIS 5 BQWELL, STANFORD. KY.. Contains about 305 Acres Houso, Sign, Decorativo Painter AW POWDER Absolutely Pure A Cream of Tarter Biding Powder. H chest ol all !n leavening strength -- Lalet United State Government i'ooi Report. ROYAL J1AKING I'OWDERCO . orlc 106 Wall street, New K. Z. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train itave Rowiand at ; oo a. rn., returning at 5:30 p.m. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail train going North. .1 South Express train " South North Freight North -- - gii -......3'5 P m " 33 ',IP" saopra Solar The latter train also carry passengers. The above is calculated on standard time. ime is about o minutes faster QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. South.. ...5"Pn - W Trains pass Junction City as tpllowv C. Special :6 am ; Fast Mail a:S7 P- m ; New Orleans Limited 3:17 p. m., Special 8.40p.m. a. .. Special 3 North.bound-- Q A Grass Special 6:00 a m. ; Cincinnati Limited 1.48 m. p. m.; Fast Mail a.lSp. South-bound-- Q Blue-Gra- ss d fflHb Office A. S. PRICE, Stanford. SURGEON DENTIST. over Severance & Son's Store, Mam street, DR W. B. PENNY, Dentist. recently Office South side Main street, in office vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. DENTIST. to the H.ggms ?Jte.Mmlattntl. I, moving N trous Uxiile ,?""" STANFORD, KENTUCKY. DR. JOHN ;M. STANFORD, Office Hours:-- io O'ffic'e 39-y- CRAIG, KENTUCKY Homeopathic Pbysloian, to i a. m.; no 3 p. m.j 8 to on Lancaster street.opposite court-hous- r Fails Branch Jellico Coal Co Miners and shippers of the GENUINE Original Jellico Coal. Rowland. Trvit. We are the sole agents for Stanfotd and Office corner ol Depot street and UIOGINS.-A'.WATT- look like a sardine in that hat!" Chicago Tribune, A Neglected Picture. Ned (exultantly) I tell you, old Corns and Warts. Turpentine rubI havejust opened a Ilutcher Shop on made an impression bed on a corn once a day for two weeks man, I think I've lastLancaster street, where will keep at all times I gave her my on Miss Flyrto at IN Till is said to bo a sure euro. Wart cures photograph yesterday and she told mo : : Here are a fow: Take this morning that sho had stuck it in are innumerable. that can Iks cbtatned, which I will sell at the mr-Va bam bone witli n little meat remain the corner of tho mirror of herdrossing-case- . price. I have a fine, new, large refrigerator and meats will always be Vept fivth and nice iiiR on it and rub tbo wart with it; then OF THE mo 43 JULIAN VEST Tom You poor thing! Are you so bury the bone. As tbo meat decays the as CHARACTER wartawilldryupand finally there will be Ignorantgirlthat? Don't you know that CHOICEST stands In front of her when a letneither meat or warts left. Burn a AT THE mirror sho never looks at anything ter written in ink on a saucer and blow but herself? Somcrvillo .fournal. F. D. HIL.EY, Proprlotor, away the ashes; a yellow, oily matter An UiipleHsnnt Discos it). London, - - - Kontucky. will remain. Anoint the warts with this Young Lady Have you examined my several times n day until they disap- piano? am btt: I have to A full line of the Choicest Fruits prepared movedevermy new Hotel andthe public. to accommodate than pear. Tio some pebbles up in a bag Tuner Yes, madam. and Vegetables and Swan's Down Good Liveryattached and every convenience dewith a piece of silver money and throw sired. Give me a call. "What's the reason it won't make a Flour can be had at FRANK RII.KY. r7 the bag iu the road; whoever finds tho sound? . "Some one has lowered the soft pedal bag and keeps the money will get the r CLARK a. r sTkAUr, jK, warts also. Steal a piece of meat and and nailed it down." N. Y. Weekly. Goods Delivered Freo of Charge. A Point Iu Iliisbunilry. use it as the ham bone is to be used; the Terras, 30 Days. "Which weeds are tho easiest to meat must be stolen to bo efficacious, .. PRACTICAL. and no one must see you steal it or bury kill?" asked j'oung Flickers of Farmer Sassafras, as he watched that good Plumbers and Steam Fitters. it. Tho juice of tho milk weed is a euro man at his work. Dealers in alt kinds nf Iron and Rrais Goods (or for warts; so is lunar caustic applied to "Widow's weeds," replied tho farmer. Dealer In fleam and water Sanitary Gnuls of all kinds. All them repeatedly. Thoy may bo removed "You only have to say, 'wilt thou,' and work gunraiileed against defective material and Foreign and Domestic Fruits, workmanship by the use of a fine file; or n thread may they wilt." Detroit Free Press. Confectioneries, Ac. be tied tightly around the wart, which Ilnrtl l.liifi. Hat with him a first class baker and ran lurnish will dry up and drop off in a few days. She Last night I dreamt wo were at read, Cakes and the like ou short notice. S7 Tho last three cures wo consider the Saratoga anil stopping at ono of the I wilt dellser Ice every morning to families in A. 0. Lanham Stanford nd vMnity at Jo teuu por lux pounds: finest hotels. John B. Cattleman best for so to 100 pounds at the rate ot 60 cents, and is He Don't talk that way. Monev under 50 pounds at Ihr rate of 75 cent Mark Twain onco told a story of a so scarce nowadays that we can't afford call special attention to the John Prcnner tlrewing C 's Celebrated I X L. fleer, for which had a call in U10 country. cvon to dream of going to Saratoga. minister who I am igent. Will f jrnUh m eitlie ke or bottle. He had to ride nine miles over a rough Texas Sif tings. Write for price. K IIREMKK. Stanford, Ky ...If road. Tho horse was skitiish and . the A Mini nict. cart had no springs and the dominie was Guest I haven't any appetite at all jolted up and down until ho almost Waiter Not feelln' well, snh? wished he was dead. Tho horse ran Guest I'm about half sick. Can't away at Inst and threw tho minister out Bring touch more than a in tho road. When found, he was asked me a couple of spring mouthful. X V chickens. &CASTLEM AN if he was hurt. He said he did not Weekly know, but he felt as if his collar bono MANAGERS, 'Tirm Kvor Tlnu. was broken. If he ever went to hell, ho Robinson They say when Mr. Smith Commerce Building, Louisville said, he wanted to ride there over that first met his wifo ho was so much In" road, because he would be glad when ho love that he was afraid to speak for Agents throughout the South. got there. fear ho'd betray himself. Brown Yes. Same way now when "W. A. TRXBBLE, Local Agont, We clip the following from an ex- ho comes home nights from tho club. ".A traveling man reports that Truth. change: STANFORD. KY. in ono of the colored churches of Tope-ka- , an aivi:i;tisemi:nt ii.llstuatkd. on Sunday night before tho convention at Minneapolis, the preacher offered the following prayen "O.Lawd, wo want you to go right to Minneapolis. Don't put it off til ma waGo And, 0, Lawd, go yourself. Don't in'. send yo Son; for with sich fellers up 4uT f thar as Clarkson, Quay, Alger, Ingalls, etc, you will find it will be no place for boys.' Becalm as this impressive hour And head the endless day 'From the selections of the editor's dear dead w ife, and printed in loving memory of her.) true enough, mother," answered tho proud young girl, "but I is nil adornment." "That c Vaughn, uec a, win pieasecan arm par meir counts. All persons having claims acninst tho c proven tate will present them properly W. A. HAIL, F.xor. Geo Vaughn, deed. 60 4l Of fine vlth;ood residence, barn and stable tbereou Most of tho lann is now In Country work solicited Estimate furnished llluo Grass. This farm will first bo offered for sale In three separate trncts and then as a whole and tho bids or that lil.l accepted which amounts to tho most, slid will be sold on credits of 6, 11 and 18 mnnths. l'catesslon for aoedlng purposes will he clven FIRE AND STORM on and alter day of sale and full possession Unua- - and Paper Hanger. J. II. IIAVGII9IAN. Representing 'y For further Information address at Stanford or R R. ArJ.ll GENTRY. call on d Hill .V McRoherts, p. q, '893. INSURANCE AGENT Fresh Groceries! -- NEW BUTCHER SHOP. first-da1 n Hartford, of Hartford, Conn., Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. Ponnnsyl vania Firo, Philadelphia, Ins. Co. of North America, " All of which are Companies. I would be pleased to wait on my friends iu this line. Put. ides promptly issued. Will Insure against tornadoes, wind storms and lightning Lightning clauses attached without additional charge Office at First National Hank Stanford. firm-cla- Greatest Abundance - THIS BEST 1 MEATS et 3IVEKS HOUSE P.W. GREEN, Prop. This stable, which It run In connection with the n Myers House, hat been supplied with well-know- THE RILEY I.O WEST FBICES. HOUSE X.X1TXH IT STABLE A Now Lot of Horses, Carriages, JESSE WEAREN'S Buggies, Wagons, t And Drummer' Suppl.es and Is better than ever prepared to supply the public with KIR8T-0L.ASS " STR.&TJB& CO., nifJS OK ALL. KINDS. Personal and prompt attention given to Weddings, Partita and Ilurlah P V. GREEN, Proprietor At.. HURNS, Manager. Tim STANFORD Watertight and Ice ter Co. XCE A3STP B3SEH. Ha contracted with responsible firms lor Its plants and will have the Ice and Electric Plants compt ted in about slaty dvs;tho Water Ptaut soon af. ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. 1 Insurance Company, to-da- y. In order to place individual contracts In ad. vance for Water and Electric Light, the Company oflrrs the following Necessary water pipe will ho laid, connected to mains at actual cut lor pip and work Electric wires put la and necessary flsturcs fur niahed frrcol charge 'lobe of beat quality and gutrantred to git satisfaction The achcdule of adopted rales Is Irwnjjtojo per cent, loser than is usually given. Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. Dwelling of j room, one faucet .......... l'.ai h additional room Each additional faucet Stores, Hanks and Private Offices, 1 laurel lUths, privste, one tsiicct- ItMe attachment lor spunkier ... Sublet, private, one animal .. Each additional animal $ BARBEE J I fink W J 1 j 00 50 01 00 00 00 500 a cm Electric Light Rates. Kor commercial ut One sic and three 16 c. p. Incandescent lamp . per year ............-.......J- to For 161. (i each incandescent light, per mo, .a 4 m M .1 00 69 M .. 14 .1 I .. 4 II II i! sassjSisK roristtOc I. j 4. 4. For Residence Use) p. incondescent lamp per mo... I ' For each addition! Forlurthcr information, apply to " ath' " II 4 14 " ' " " .- - .t J. W HAYDEN.Sup't.&c m m ill lrjr lilFva-Cl g FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, KY. General sold Merchandise. for Cash only. Goods -:- HILTON, J. H. Dealer in An exchange appropriately remarks, and I have jtut received my Fall Stock of Shoes eorfuUy.11v.1e the citizens of this vicinity to call than evGoods sold in and examine then.. headquarters lower lor Staple and er. Remember I am Fancy Groceries: Will soon have a complete line oj Hardware intock Ky "When a man playfully points a gun &t you, knock him down; don't stop to inquire whether it is loaded or not,' knock him down. Don't be particular what you knock him down with, only Bee that it is properly done. If a coroner's inquest must be hel 1, let it bo on the other fellow ho won't bo mifcsed. WILLIAM JIOHELANI), Capital Stock Surplus $200,000 Dealer in the above Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs 20,000 "The McKinley bill taxes the Bible FARMERS. that directs our way to Heaven, it imTO Hedgt poses a tax on the hymn book out of MI am agent for The Central Kentucky o which the the redeemer's praises are sung. Fence Co. ol Lancaster, and ofler the services Uienioi bath myself and the Company to for the liber- On the other hand, you can sit down Lincoln county. I am very thankful fin jpL f fvL Junction CHy Marble&GraniteWorks JUNCTION CITY, KY. Have just erected a new Houm; and am fully prepared to fill orders for all kind ot Marble and Granite work. I have in my employ skilled wnrkreen from the East. My freight facilities can nut be eacelled and I will not be nil dersold JOE S. WRIGHT. Ji THE Marble and Granite to al patrona&r received and hope by fair paling merit acom.nuance Farmer! " fence will find me at the Myers House in Stanford " ' Umy CUrt ' M W. JOHNSON. I.JM. IJRUCK. I. H. YEAGER H . 37 BRUCE & YEAGER, RBI AND SALE STABLE, STANFORD, KY. reThe above firm went into effect July 1st an. spectfully nsks a share of the patronage of the public. NEW RIGS AND HORSES Have been purchased and nothing turnouts will leave the stable. but first-ela- is Give tliem a Call. THE GOFFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY., JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. CJThis Hotel, renovated and refurnished, is now in my charge and I intend to conduct it so as to but to add not only maintain its high reputation, accommoda-tion- s to its lone list o friends. Special fine rooms Tor for commercial travelers and the disptoy of samples. A First-Clas- s Saloon Ad BILLIARD and POOLnOMS CASH for I Highest cash market price paid Truth. "What do you think of my new hat A Hare Opportunity. John?" "Why is Miss Jenkins so devoted to "Oh, I don't know. What did tho waltzing?" Notice to the Traveling Public. thing cod?" "It gives her a chanco to monopolize , I have had "Nothing. I made it myself." a man for awhile." Chicago Xews HOUSE "By Jove! It's simply stunning, Ma- Record. w Wanted A young woman to wash, with four friends, open a jack pot, and Iron and milk one or two cows. Philathere's no tax on the cards. It is a tax delphia Paper. on salvation, but it affords fiee seven Running- Kxprimri. up." Jim McKenzie. Gentleman About what are your The saddest thing in life to me is to running expenses? Newsboy 'Bout a dollar a month. see a poor Confederate veteran as ho "Is that all?" drags himself from his cabin to the fields You sec, I buy 'urn second"Yesslr. to earn bread for his family, and to re- hand." of all ho makes alize that "Buy what?" from him to pension tho "Shoes, in course." Good News. inus! be taken Con. campfoljowcr or bounty-jumpeA llrlglit Prospect. gressman Bankhead, of Alabama. Visiting Friend How nro you and your husband coming on? Homo people are always mixed on maMrs. Hopeful O, ho Is n model husjorities and pluralities. A majority band! There Is no species of vice from means more than half of all tho votes which he has not sworn off several cast for all the other candidates. Plu- times. I feel very much encouraged. rality means that tho candidate has Texas Shtings. bruiting more votes than the next highest candiOpportunity. He I have something to say to you, date, but does not have more than half but thero nro so many people In the the votes cast for all candidates. ' room I nm afraid won't have a chance. She Wait a moment, anil I will ask A woman not a thousand miles from one of the young ladies .to play on tho Richmond was, without doubt, the most piano. Harper's Bazar. flurried female, last Sunday, in seven ligrr for .Soft Nothings. counties, when she discovered, after comFrank I wonder what Miss Passo is ing out of church, that her brand new hat was adorned with tag, whereupon lingering in that whispering gallery for? was inscribed tho legend: "Reduced to May Oh, to hear the fow soft nothings it has to say to her, I guess. oue-twMft- h r. 3 if.t.szayi Having removed my mercial Hotel, 1 am llarber Snop to the Com . ,, Prepared to Accommodate Ladies as well as Gentlemen, In anything they may wish in my line. waited on. Call n me. Chil-also 1111 1 JESSE THOMPSON, In Commercial Hotel. Good We Farm For Sale. t r'cs'rc scil 1 1.1 1 1 r. 1 mi A . r-- 111. Containing : xoo : Acres, - 11 Well improved, 45 acres to go In wheat. It has a No. 1 dwelling on it, i;ood barn, buggy houte, ire house, cabins In yard, two wells, line spring- and spring house, large pond, Ac. AH unded good fence. Call 011 or address J. M. I1ROWN it WIFE, Near McKlnney, Ky mie." THE SIIEITON Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, &c, at M. F. H ELKIN & CO., STANFORD, KY. iyr In a recently invented watch for tho blind a small peg is set in the middle of Brooklyn Life. each figure. When the hour hand reaches a given hour, the peg for that Trylngio Ito Funny, hour drops. Tho owner, when he wants HorseHe I much prefer tennis. to know tho time, finds which peg is back riding is too sedentary. She Not the wav vou ride. Life. down and then counts back to XII. The Letter S. The letter S, w e must confess. Was never made In rain, Tor, take It from your "stars ana stnpei," Hut tar and tripe remain. At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and have in connection with Hotel one of the best saloons In the State, open day and night; anight man meets all trains. In connection with House have also one of the beat Mineral wells In the Mate and for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mr G. W. Patrick,-- Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Floyd Ingram, Erin, Tenn.. A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. I). E. Proctor, C. II. Ilraum. Mr. and Mrs T. W, Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. V. II. Johnson, New Haven, 11m Cox. Grcensburir. Rates Jl per day. J, M. f'etrey, clerk. Give me a call. 5&iy J. W CARRIER, Prop. Stanlord in iS8t, has had practically an tininter-fuoi4iittencof t vears. Ill better SUDDlied now with tacllalc fur transacting business prompt Ky. ly and liberally than ever befort in it long and honorable caiecr Account of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully soliciI have quite a number of FARMS for sale ol the ted Lands In Lincoln county. very best II The Directory ol this Hank is composed ot These Farms are all well improved and good rich lands, running in me from 50 tu 500 Acres. 1 J. Foster, of Stanford; Considering ihcis locality, their richness and Korottus Keid, Lincoln county ; of soil, the convenience of turnpike and railJ. W, Hayden, Slanferd ; roads that bring market right to our door, they S II Ilaughman, Lincoln; i.andt aie cheaper than the srarcely ofaany other iOunty,ia Farm in the ceun. the State 1 here M.J. Miller, Ml. Ycrnon; ty over 5 miles from a detot S T Harris, Lincoln; 'I he county is checked with turnpikes running There is not a public road cu J. S. Ilocker. Stanford; inevcry direction G A. Lackey, Lincoln; terinif the county seat that is not Macadamiicd. We have the Knuxville llratich oi the L. it N. It. T. P. Hill, Stanford. R. dividing the county from East to Wetl and the W. O. Welch, Stanford; C S R R from North to x.uth; the K. C. R. R. Irom this place to Cincinnati, crotsing the C. & O. W.P.Tate, Stanlord at Winchester, giving full access to the markets ol OFFICERS: whole world. Resides, we have three large the I'lour Mills in the county that give us a market I S Ilocker, President; for all our grain right at home,' and the developJohn J. McKoberts, Cashier; ment ol the mountain regions ol Eastern and A. A McKlnney, Assistant Cashier. Southeastern Kentucky br ullroadsand the out-S- it Sonth by railroads has created such.a demand for all kinds of cereals and uruvpn.lcrtli.it weean scarcely retain enough tor homeconsumptlon. 'I he people are prosperous, generous and kind, believing ill inritnaniiy anu caucanon. tnei is not a neighborhood in the county but has a OF STANFORD, KY., gcod church and school-housStanford, the county seat of J.incoln, is a prosperous little city of about a.tou inhab.tanta and is I now fully organised and ready for business with ihu great duorway from the North and Northeast South and from the Northwest to .outheait, Paid up of and standing as it does gating right Into the bos. - - . om of the undeveloped mountains of Southeastern Surplus, 19,000. Kentucky backed up by the whole llluo Grass region ol the State with railroads running through SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL. it to all points of the compass, make it naturally HANK OK STANFORD, one of tne best located towns In the South for Now doting up) with the same asset and under manufactures and other enterprltesof magnitude tho same management. Water Works are now being agitated and right Ily provisions of its chatter, depositor are a of a mile above the town about fully protected as aie depositor in National there could be erected Water Works with very Uanks, iu shareholders being held Individually little cost that would supply a city of 150,000 in- liable to the eaient of the amount of their stock habitants with the purest and belt water in the world Our little city hss been newly rebuilt iu therein at the par value thereof, in addition to tht amount invested in such shares. It may acta business houses aril resthe last few j ears and it idences will compare with larger cities of greau. executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as individual. pretenslons. Our merchants and tradesmen are anTo all prosperous and doing well. We have two while those who entrusted their bulsiness to us mnaglng the Lincoln National Hank ol banks with a capiUl stock ot $400,000 that are Stanford, we we here tender our many thank and condition. prosperous and in a a Veinale trust they will continue to transact their busine We have splendid school. We have College, a large brick building, with over 100 pu with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenpit in attendance and under the prlnclpalthjp ot tion to same, our twenty years' experience in Prof. J. M. Hubbard, Is in a flourishing condi- banking and as liberal accommodations as are contion. We alto have a Seminary that is a good sistent with sound banking. school, with Prof. D. V. Johnson, at its head. We dircctoks: have one of the best Public School buildin gs ic this section of the State, with over 100 pupils In J.J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; attendance, and with other good private schools, J, M. Hall, Stanford; you see our scnooi lacuiuci arc ciccneni J. S. Owsley, Stanford ; We have elegant church bultnings, representing every denomination, with a full corps ot ministers S.J. Embry, Stanford; of fiat class talent and are doinga better business J. S, Lynn, Stanford; than any clat of men in the city. A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgevtlls; 1 have tried to make this mate rent as facts, J. F, Cash, Stanford; without anv exaggeration or coloring, as those who know will bear no out, and those who wish William Gooch, Stanlord, Ky. homes at lair prices and locate to buy pleasant S. U. Shanks, President. among a good people with all the best surroundJ B' OwiUy. Cashier. ings would do well to call and see tne before pur W. M. Bright, Teller. chasing elsewhere Attention of the public i invited to the fac Solicited. Stock Cattle and Sheep a specialty. that this Is the only National Hank In Stanford Persons hsvintr any of the above described itofk Under the provisions of the National Hank Act for sale or wishing tu purchase same, will do well depositors are secured not only by the capital to call on or address me An experience of fifteen stock, but by the stockholders liability lor an years In this busine ha been ol profit to me and amount equal to the slock, so that depositors of I think I can make It profitable both to the buyer this Initllution are secured by a fund of $400,000 100 and seller. P O address Sttnford, Ky. Five sworn statements of thacondilion of the bank Office at the Myers House. are made each year to the Uuited States government nd its assets arc esamlncd at stated times by government agents, thus Jecuring additllona tn.f perfect safety to depositor. This institution, originally established as th Deposit Hank of Stanford In iljS, then ized a the National Dank ol Stanford In lioj and as the First National Hank ol again H. T. BUSH. Stanford, REAL ESTATE AGENT eil ,cr-till- 1 ParmersBank&TfHstCo. Capital e. $200,000. three-tourt- hs cd -- V