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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892101101 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-Weekl- y vol. XX. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. DANVILLE. Interior Journal STANFORD, KYj, TUESDAY. OCTOBER FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. J 1-1- . -- 1892. NO. 65 MATRIMONIAL HATTERS. ' Mr. 0. 12. Kineaid wits hero Saturltov. Amos Stout prcnolied at tho George Popo sold to Llllard it Cobb day and Sunday on a visit to Ilia moth- 7 yearling Sunday morning Haptlst church at $15. To lny, Monday, is quarterly court. er. Marvin's string of trotters is siid to Hunk Hum, for firing a pistol twice bo worth Vory little hushiest is on tho docket. $250,000. Satur- in Jack Graham's hack yard Sunday, Tho lndien wcru out en inasau John Hill sold to Johnson, of Boyle, day to aeo tho display of (nil millinery. was fined $21.00 Monday morning. 7 fat butcher cattle at 2c. -- Gen. V. Hardin, of Frankfort, Misa.Molllo Smith htiB accepted a po Hull Dudderar bought of John store of M. was in town Sunday to Bee his son, Mar- Wain a yearling jack for $225. sition In tho dry ynod tin Hardin, a college student. He left llrauu. GivotHit Carter sold to Hunu it Mis Mnry Schoolor and Mr. Jolni hnmlay night for Manchester, Clay Dlain a lot of fat heifers at 2v.. Hout, both living near Ilirtttsvillc, were county, where he is to make a democrat Nancy Hanks wont the mile in 2:00 ic speech Monday. married Friday. at New Albany over a poor track. Kev. George O lUrnes has been The hand wan out EorenadiriK a few Fred liishop sold to M. S. Haugh-maTho mom holding meetings daily and nightly at of lis friends Friday night. a filly colt by Xabolh for $S0. e the kuicu Thursday night. burs have uniforms. W. H. Carson bought of Chas. Simp 1 n court-hous- r Sunday morning and wanted to shoot to 2o. clubs in every precinct in tho county. John Buchanan sold to Herrin, of Is. Kddy, of Danville, was everybody in his neighborhood. Prof. Rockcastle, a bunch of heifthe officers could find him he had hi'rufc'aturdaj trying to organize torn-paers at 2o. y to build a telephone linu between urmed himself with a gun and several Win. Moreland bought of various Danville and I.anunhtor. It is hoped pistols and broke for tho open country parties in Wayne county 100 wethers at between the depot and Junction City. that he will meet with hiiccchi. Some excitement was caused on the 13.40 por hundred. Tho republican committee met Sat J. H. Pre witt bought of Isaac Shol-bOBITUARY. unlay and selected dolegites to the dis stnwt Saturday evening by two pistol Jr , 10 fat cattle at 2Jc and of D. II. convention, which meets at Dan- shots llred in the direction of Mr. H. S. trlct A patient sulTercr for several years Mooro a lot of haido at same price. My stock of ville to nomiuatu candidates for circuit Kusutll by Thomas Cecil. There is street quietly breathed his last on the morning Mattie H., 2:11 1, was bought in u judge, commonwealth's attorney, Ac. tnlk of Mr. Cecil having a short lime belast February for $1,000, and was of September 29th, 1892, and although O. Tho party 1ms not hs yet selected a tick- fore been menaced with butcher knives B. I'ipcfl is numbered with tho dead, his bred by A. W. Smith, of Uoyle county. and cleavers in the hands of Mr. Russell. et for county ollices. A. T. Traylor bought of U. F. Robin- good works follow him. Ho was born in Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers ol Several plntol shots were II red on The matter was called for trial Monday son n lot of fat heifers at 2J cent3 and of Boylo count)', Ky., nbout 57 years ago, drompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas Hattle How Saturday night-- Ono of morning, but neither side being ready it A. R. PENNY. W. Harris four mule colta at $42.50. and was a citizen of it during a greater Daltoii in charge. tho balls struck a liltlo colored girl, a was coiiiiuueii until waiuniay at y a. m. John An ear of corn 1 inches in length portion of his life, passing peacefully to Mr. John S. Van Winkle, of this daughter of Allan Salter, in the arm, inrest in the countv of his birth on tho dicting a painful wound. It is not place, tho son of that profound lawyer and well filled w.h Mr. A. J. Havden's morning mentioned above. Four yearB contribution to our vegetable museum and excellent gentleman, the lato John known who did tho shooting. of his life were that of n bravo and gsl- yesterday. In the coroner's inquest hold over S. Van Winkle, has bought the Somerset under the illustrious John Several sale of fat cattle have been which he will in tho future tho body of the negro, Jack Chatter-woo- d, Morgan. He was a consistent member made in the hist day or two at o cents, a democratic the fury returned n verdict that conduct in n straight-ou- t considerable advance in price. Lexing- of the Christian church and his children he came to his death by a gunshot paper. Mr. VanWinkie is not without show that hu and his bereaved widow Gazette. wound indicted by an unknown pirty. newspaper experience ami deserves well ton Kvery yearling mule in the county did their whole duty in trying to bring lie is the one that w.w shot the ilay the tosuecuedin his present undertaking. was in town Monday and they could them up in tho nurture and admonition aherilTB po!o went after Kmnk Turner. The Ueportr is the paper owned by the luyobeen bought anywhere from 09c to of the Lord. He was also an honored Dr. Mellvane, of the Keeley Insti late J. II. Iluckerwhen he was BMassi- member of the Order of Free Masons, ItiO a head. Richmond Register. tute, Crab Orchard, was here ou busi- nated a few weeks ago. nnd was at the time of his death a memP. W. Green has bought of M. S. Mrs. little Duke Chrisman, third ness Friday. Itev. J. it. Tercy', of tho ..We are making. ber of Harvey McGuiro Lodge, Perry-villdaughter of Col. Win. Duke, of Danville. B.uighman the stallion On Time that ho Presbyterian church, will attend the good neighbor, an affectionate A purchased at Hubble'a sale for $400, and , meeting of the Synod at LouisvilleSthis died at her home inl.ee Summit, Mo., will make next eeason nnd kind husband and father has gone to with him. week. Miss Katie Landram, who has Saturday at I! o'clock. Tho immediate Kli Dooley sold 00 export cattle to the realms of tho blcU. After a funeral been qulto ill, is rapidly Improving. Mrs. cause of her death was a surgical operaJohn Smith, of Winchester, at c. J. service, conducted by Elder John Bell W. M. Itogle, of Clarksville, Term., is tion, although death would soon have N. Mason sold 20 to him at same price, Gibson, the remains wero conveyed to visiting her paronts. Mr. Will Wherritt taken place iiad not tho operation been - and laid tenderly to rest in Old Union to bo 3 and wife have returned to their home at performed. Deceased was the wife of ran. taken in 30 days. Paris Kentuck- Cemetery. Then Mr. and Mrs. II. A. H. G. Is. Chrisman, who survives her. She Versailles. .OF Cornelius Vanoy has left at this of"Why do we mourn departing friends, Mnrksbury have returned from a visit left no children. Mrs. Chrisman was fice a I pound turnip of his own rais" Or ih ike at death's alarms? to Gilbert's Croak. Hev. Amos Stout ro.ued in Danville and is remembered as ing. Tho man that can beat it can take 'Tis but the voice that Jcius rends To cill them to His arms.' for Louisville, a lady of great personal beauty and of it and a year's subscription to this paper and family leave many loyable traits of character. The provided he pays for tho latter. Stanford, Oct. 7, 1S92. J. F. W. their future homo. remains were to bo interred in the DanJ. W. Poor bought of Silas Anderj Willow Grove, Boylo County. A very simple and etTeetive remedy ville cemetery Tuesday. son, of Lincoln, 15 shippers at a little for diphtheria bus been used in tho Mrs. Hargis, of Helton, Mo is visitadvance of 2c. Poor it Enibry purswamps of the South for a number of SHOES THIS SEASON. CHURCH AFFAIRS. lag her mother, Mrs. Mary Llllard. Mrs chased from Grimes it Anderson, of Linyears and has never been known to fail. few days in this Betsy ltabinson spout a -- Hev. I. S. McKlroy is holding a succoln, a nice lot of slopping cattle, It is nothing moro than the juice of a neighborhood, last week, with Mrs. F. cessful meeting at Salviea, Mercer coun pounds, at 2 to 2J. Loncastcr Recripe pineapple taken in small doses. Tho D. Myer. Simeon Cook bought of his ty. ' ord. juice is so corrosivo that it cuts out tho brother, James Cook, his farm of 70 acres Anderson Carr's speedy mare, Nan The Lincoln county for SIt.OOO. It. Gentry and Wils Dunn, meeting will be held at Rowland, Satur cy Cart, has done fine work in Iudiaua diphtheritic mucous. Tho juico of an pineapple will make n well Ol "Khnwood Stock Farm" went to ard Illinois this season. She has start unripe soro by day, loth, beginning at 10 a. m. throat attacking the mucous with 03 lino horses, Mo., last week Hev. II. F. Taylor, who recently ed 11 times and won 10 races, something membrane. The pineapple should bo will dispose of while in closed a meeting at Union, Madison nearly unprecedented. which they Nancy Carr has perfecily ripe or the juice will bo too Missouri. A. K. Hundley's handsome county, with additions, is now preach- now a mark of 2:25 fiat. strong. This remedy is perfetly hnrm-leresidence is nutrintt completion and is ing at Dunkeyo with good success. Womack it Nicoll jsold to Gentry and certainly is worth tho trial. unite an iuiDoalni! structure. It is to be Hev. T. P. Dudley, who was to sail Bros., of Lexington, 29 lino mules for hoped that this homo will escape tho to India from Hoston on the 20th ulL, $4,600. At the Glasgow fair they bought The New Postal Oaiu. Tho Morgan "firo fiend" ni Mr, Hundley has lost two writts us that he was detained until 10 mules at a total price of $1,450. They Envelope Company, Springfield, Mass., nice houses by fire. also bought five mules at Nashville at has tho contract for 21,000,000 double the Stli, owing to a change of route. Tho Synod of Kentucky, which an average price of $124. Bowling Green postal cards, a new device which baa W. 1 I'rewltt, auctioneer of Paint in Louisville to morrow, repre- Democrat. long been considered by tho Post OHico Lick, reports the sale of Madison Todd, meetd Mr. John Bright says that wheat Department. The card will be 5 by 1M sents 17,133 communicants, who contriband for on tho 7th, ai follows. Cows $17 to $80; sowing in this county is nearly complet inches and will he folded in the middle, uted lust year an average of $11.31. 8 butcher cattle, 800 pounds, $20 to $27; otl and that a larger crop has been put presenting four surfaces. Rev. M. N. Knrly and A. J. Daugh-erteTho outside Cnntorla cures Colic, Constipation, "Castorla is so well adapted tochfldrrn that Pour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation, C medium steera $2 to $!)0; a of the Methodist church, closed a in than usual. The corn laud was in surface for the address and the inside I recommend It as superior to a ny prescription Kills Worm, gives bleep, and promotes dibulls $17.75 and $20; 11 short yearling gestion, meeting of two wooks at Neal's Crook fine condition, h.ivo its dryness, to re- for tho message. At the fold the card is known to me." H. A. ArtcnKn, M. D., yearling steers J1G.00; 150 medium ewes School-housWithout Injurious medication. Ill So. Oxford St.. Brooklyn, N. Y. with 30 additions, 2(1 by ceive the grains, which in many places perforated, so that the recipient will tear 1 horse $1.00; 1 pair horso mules $102; Thk Ccntacr Compant, 77 alurray Street, ff. Y confession. are beginning to come up. olfouo half and answer ou the other. mule colt $20; horse $30 to $1)2; 1 mare Mr. John Uiight wants to kno v if James E. Clay, of Bourbon oouuty, and colt $137 and pair medium mare any Sunday-schoolaud, scholar can tell how now owns S,2o2 acres of Blue-graHindoostan is about l'o times as mules SI li. Good crowd, but few bidmany generations were alive from Noah worth, probably, $100 per acre. But there large as tho StnU of New York, and tho ders. to tlie lurtli ol ADraliam. band answer died in England the other day an F.irl Sahara desert has almost exactly tho j. N. MENEFKK A. C. SINE A man riding through tho country to this paper. Henry number of square miles aa the whole of who owned 1,250,000 acres. sign on a board that taw tho following IHshop Dudloy, chairman of tho George's theory would stop tho tho United States. The Mediterranean was nailed to tho fence near a village: special commission on colored work in of the set would cut tho United.' States in two "Horses taken in to grass. Long tails, the Kpiscopal church convention now in D. O. Terhuno bought of James across its greatest breadth, making an $2. Short tails, $1.60." The traveler session in Baltimore, reported adversely Oatts, of Wayne, 30 good mule colts at open sea from New York to Vancouver. halted and asked tho owner why there to the appointment of colored bishop?. $35. Walter Terhuno bought in Mercer Tho amount of coloring matter in u was a di Heron co for tho board of horses. Tho editor of the Corbiu Knterpriso 42 Bt $2S.S0, 1. O. James 20 at $10 to $00, "Well, you see," Baid tho man, "long denounces n preacher, who and F. F. Alexander 20 Btigar mules at pound of coal is enormous. It will yield 1 enough magenta to color 500 yards o tails can brush away tho Hies, but tho ileeced the people of that section, Valco-bur- $30. Sales of 150 head of short-taionts are so tormented by by name, as "an unqualified fraud hogs are also reported in tho Harroda- - lluine'i vermillion for 2,firt0 yards, miKEJepol rino for 120 yards and alizarine sutlicient Oilicc them that they can hardly eat at all." and a dishonorable dead beat besides." burg Democrat. Dr. II. P. Walker, tho now presiding Woodcock it Gentry bought in Mer- for 155 ynrds of Turkey red cloth Woman is a noblo word; it is much older of this district, held his first quar- cer, of Henry Willis, 19 head of 1,500 lb. A reported outbreak ofmcholera at Helmetta, X. In better than "lady." Walter Scott know terly meeting hero Saturday arid Suu-da- p cattle for le, and of a Mr. Dunn 20 head J ,crealed much uxcltement disease, vicinity. cholin that vcstlgation showed that the wai not betlor than to write, "O, lady, in our and created a most favorable imof l.OOOdb. cattle at lc. E. W. Leo sold era, but a violent dysentery which is almost as sedangerous Mr. Walter hours of caso," etc., nnd you couldn't pression on the membership. He is a to Jsoeph Crowder CO owes at $4 per vere and prominent as chulem. of Jamesburj, two a merchant (Late Alexander's Hotel.) miles from Helmetta, .iy Chamberlain's Colic, hire Byron to revise a celebrated scholarly geutlemau nnd a profooud head. Prewitt it Wood bought of Giib Cholera and Diarrhira Remedy has given great love is of reasoner. to read: "Gentleman's McCormick 100 hogs, to be delivered De- satisfaction in tho most severe cases of dysentery. It is certainly ono of the bet things ever made." gontloman's life like a thing apart; 'tis Tho result of Kldor J. G. Living- cember 20, at lc Advocate. Rates $2.50 Per Day. For sale by Dr.M L. Ilourno, Drutfsiat and Opexistence." Doston Trans- ston's meeting at Sugar Grove was 33 lady's whole A big crowd attended county court tician, Stanford, Ky. Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-Houscript additions. A few years ago ho bold a yesterday, but less than 100 cattle were . "Our wife is meeting there with Go additions, includ- on tho market and they Bold low. Capt. A western editor says: W. R. LOGAN," A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, following tho fashion and wearing sus- ing all the old people in thobectlon. Tho A. G. Talbott reports that Manager. When Ilaby was sick, we ko.vh her Castorla. J. J. Marshall, clerks. penders. She has been wearing tho outl- last were all between the ages of 12 and mountain cattle brought$ll.20, dry cows and heifers 2lc; horses from 17 to 570, When hho vrag a Child, sho criivl for Contorts. wo were married 30, the second crop, s6 to speak. ier things ever sinco Itov. D. D. Hardin is assisting Hev. ot which he sold 20 head. Thoro wero a When blto becama II Us, sho clung to Castorla. and tho wonder is sho never thought of -J. L. Allen in a meeting at tho Kings-vil'- .o great many mules hero but nono of them When she had Children, she gavo them Castorla. ausponders before." Christian church which has so far sold at auction. A chemist advises that canned fruit resulted in seven additions. Mr. HarGood crowds are attending tho Lexis "be opened an hour or two before it din is pastor of tho church at Somer- ington trots aud fine sport is enjoyed There Is no use of any suffering wild thecho'-er- a used. It is far richer alter tho oxygen set and a native of Virginia, to which each day. Saturday's programme conwhen Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera anil Dint- of tho air has been restored to it. procured. Stato ho is still greatly attached. Wo tained tho $3,000 llepresentatlve Stallion rhcra Remedy can bocure ill a It will giveI relief short time. in a lew minutes and luo contracted In the N. Hit not unusual for coldssuch, case, catarrh tail wero glad to receive a visit yesterday Stako and it was a race worth seeing. tried It and know.-- W II. Clinton, Helmetta bela Receiving His or In . Th Helmetta was at first to flane oil all winter. almost sure to rcault- - A 5o- - from him and Dr. O'Bannou, of Kings-villof Director, won in straight lieved to epidemic atbut subsequent investigation Directum, son ' chwnc bronchitis are be cholera, Remedy cent Utile of Chamberlain's Cough to muchwill heats, but ho had to go in 2:17J to do so. proved It to be a violent form of dysentery, alfor Can you afford to risk most as dangerous as Tho races coutinuo till Friday aud if you used there with greatcholera This remedy was JoSnallan amount? Thl. remedy is Intended c. success, tor bale by Dr. Wm. Moreland bought yesterJay a want to 600 well conducted trota, at- M. L. ltuurne, and can always bad coldi and and Optician, Stanby br. M. L. Bourne, lot of fat hogsnt 4c. Ced "ended upon For .ale Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me caU. ford, Ky tend. Ky. Mc-Kinn- ey He-fore n y, hiis had it tiro wall Ho lias large nnd attentive audiences. Col. Hradloy built between his olTicu and th friunu His daughters, MieseB Mario and Geor-gie- , still havecharue of the singing. building adjoining it. Jotin ISnugluuHii, colored, who reTim Tomlinson Club held a meutiut! Saturday afternoon turned from the lunatic asylum about Httho court-hous- o and appointed committees to organize two mouths ago, got on tins warpath son, of Garrard, a harness maro for $120. K. P. Calcord sold to J. F. Clay 132 acres of land in Hourbon county for $40, 000. Givons it Carter bought of various of butcher stuir at 1A parties a ear-load The troubles resulting from seven OPENS SEPT. 14, 1892. misfit marriages will be aired in the cirn professor, and instructors, eight course of study ai follow: Agricultural, Scientific cuit court here, which begins next Illolosical, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Veterinary, Classical, Normal School. County week. in Miss Nannie Turner eloped from appointee, received free of tuition. Hoard dormitories Saper week; in private families Sj.jo to $4. For catalogue, apply to JAS- K. PATTERSON, Ph D., Proa., Lexington, Ky. Daughters Colleg'i with John Cocmhcn, a youth of 20. The girl said sho would rather ho dead than to live single, and it is hoped she may have no occasion to change her mind. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Mr. J. B Rout and Mhs Mattie Schooler, of the Paint Lick vicinity, wero 6t"i, 1892. married Thursday night at tho Myera House, Hev. A. V. Sizemoin olliciating. Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Muitc and upposmon on the the young la- An. Kxccllcnt boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. mother made it necessary for her to dy's leave homo to huyo her fondest hopes realized, and she did o under tho pretense of going to church at Kirksville. Tho happy pair were accompanied by the following young friends: Misses Carrio McKinncy, Ora Hazclwood, Bertie shall' keep constantly on During the year 1892 I nnd Messrs Will Jennings, S. M. stock of hand a full and complete Turner and J. B. Ely. After tho mar riage and a supper at the Myers House, tho party left in buggies for their home. Twenty-.eTe- STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September A. R. PENNY. DRUGGIST AND JEWELER Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. Toilet Articles Glass, Books, JKWETJRT Lex-ingto- Wi.TGELES, CjuOCKS & 1 1 lnnt-soldi- e. A 8 SPECIALTY 'T to-da- y LADIESsCHILDREN & 1,-0- M'ROBERTS HIGGINS. Se-dali- n, sj i Sfl M ; . h Infants Children. e, j e l ss rapt-ciousue- land-grabber- & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of The d 2o0-poun- d CnruMFADn JJTMDFD u l - JtU YARD, - and Yard Street, Stanford, Lit-Ur- d, pas-sag- THE WILLARD. e, Louisville, Ky. H.6.RUPLEY,- ' Tl i o. 2i?AILILWIIOTlEm (DOBS ' i j Druggist and Optician, Stanford, Q i" It is est muted that tho cost of a State election in Kentucky, under tho Australian ballot system will bo in tho neighborhood of 550,000. Charles I'elTer, son of United StatCH Senator Peflbr, was killed in a railroad accident in Kansas. Ho was tho engineer of tho wrecked locomotive. Out of n total of 500 registered voters at Lebanon, only four confessed to being prohibitionists. The domo'crats tho republicans 42. outnumber Tho attorney geueral decides that a. to we tho World's Fair appropriation is valid below and that tho amount can bo paid over to goods thocommiouerson proper vouchers. Higgins is on trial atSom-eree- t a for attempting to rape Miss For It is high time tho democrats of this Woods. Tho evidence is said to be ADLAI E. STEVENSON. section were arrousinR from tho appar- weak and that he will not bo convicted. For Congress, ent apathy that seems to pervado. There It. T. McDouald, a prominent IndiJAMES B. McOREARY. are great interests at stake in the politic- ana republican, declares that ho will not ow-- g al world and every man should bo nlivo vote for Harrison. Ho predicts that For Circuit J udRe, to ennrinrf waeli. we to the importance of tho hour. Tho re- Cleveland will carry Indiana by 10,000 MIOAH O. SAUFLEY. , go. to publicans arc organizing their forces day plurality. For Commonwealth's Attorney. and night and will present a solid front, It is reported that Mayor Grace, in JOHN SAM OWSLEY, JR. and unless our party looks out it will behalf of himself and tho Me7i's be caught napping. Kentucky 'ought organization in Now York, made a con Down in tho adjoining judicial district to give Cleveland and Stevenson GO.000 tribution to the National democratic camwool composed of Casey, Adair, &c, they are majority and she will, if every democrat paign fund of 51,000,000. wool does his duty. A few clubs have been to making it hot for Wallace W. Jones, tho The democratic convention of the republican candidate for judge, and organized in this county and others 2d Arkansas district nominated A. II. there are paid to be excellent chances ought to be at once. Let tho peoplo Middlebrook, colored, for Congress. He ft. to .9?.; for the democratic nominee, Hon. John awake and shako oil their legarthy. stated that he could not accept, but no to to G. Cradilock, to be elected. The people other nomination was made. Mr. Wattkkso.v, who Bworo that the . v to riiea. Hoods nmt. in that district are nearly all religiously i,nm Willian lluuk, n member of a large Now York democrats uover would and do not take inclined and consequently Philadelphia dry goods firm, committed benomination of Cleveland was much stock in an avowed infidel as Mr. that tho suicide, after having lost $SO,000 of the like walking through a charnel house to 75c money in speculation, ue Jones confesses himself to bo. Wo have company to 0.5 0. an open grave, now says: "It does look carried an insurance of o r hilf a mil it from undoubted authority that ho was as though the factions had got together lion on his life. tinned out of the Baptist church, which comin dead earnest. It does look as though Two wouien and two men, all colorhe joined for a purpose, for denying the Boots nil. men who, at Chicago, were po dis in. inspiration of the Ecriptures and the ex- the ed, were hanged in South Carolina, Fribooh. gruntled by tho nomination of Cleve- day. Tho women murdered infants, one istence of a Holy Spirit ami Savior of to 0 land have come to tho conclusion that mankind. It is said that these things her own.lso for that reason and the tho quickest and surest way to get rid of are of record in tho church to which further fact that their skins were black him is to elect him and that thev have Mr. Jones formerly belonged and were no sentimentality was wasted on them. gone to work in good faith to this end. not only proved but acknowledged by S. Creed Card well, u brother of T. If they have, they will carry New York, him to be true on the trial before nu ecM. and W. K. Card well, of Harrodsburg, A. HAYS. and whoever carries New York will clesiastical court. If any voter who whs with fe. I). Mather ami J. L. fcpur-rie- r, win." reads these lines have doubts as,to their j Qticklin'sArntcn Salve. shot and killed by monshiners, correctness, let him investigate and he Mr. The bet salve in the worM .or cm, brums Tiikkk was a very heavy frost yester- near Flintville, Tenn., Friday. k, tall rheum, favr rrt, will be forced to vote for Judge day morning and ice formodon all stand- Cardwell was formerly revenue agent !rcs, ulcers,chilblains, corn ana antruer, chap ped hands, ikit tru who is not only a lawyer of abili ing water. The Louisville Times eaye for Kentucky. tlens and positively ct.res piis, or no pay toqnir ed It it guarantied to i$iv. perfect satittaettoc, ty, but a full believer in tho only hope the first frost of the season came Oct. 0, of or mime y reiunueu ac cents per bqi Jeeao I). Kelly, a brother-in-laof mankind, which Mr. Jones would de- thus keeping up tho record of tho last 20 John Anderson, tho aepassin of Editor J. l'or al ey A K. l'ennv. aiamom, ry. Our new line of- stroy without even suggesting n compen- years, during which the nveragu date of B. Itucker, ha been arrested on an in Oood Looks. sation for its load. fSond looks ate more than si lit decs. deMndin: its first nppearanco was on that date. Tho dictment charging him with being an upoa a healthy condition of all trie vital ntnn. old farmer doesn't state, however, accessory after tho fact. Anderson is the liver be inactive you have a bittoui look, it Ge.v. Maiioxk, who everybody hoped stomach be discrdered you have a dynpepiR said to he lurking around the pcene of year and if your kidneys be attested you have a look gone into his hole and drawn it in whether the frot.t came six weeks after had nlnchedlooV song, as ho said some his crime and will likelv bo arrested. ture yo.r health and you will after him, never more to show his di the katydid's first hive good loose. Kleitric Hitters U the great aZ time ago it would. Tho Indiana Ilncing AfSGcintion, tcrative and Ionic, aits directly on these vital or minutive form and lengthy whiskers, bus Cures pimples, Matches, bolls ami tivos a which is practically the Garfield Park cans I'cnnjr'a drug Sold again been heard from. Ho wants tho The Barbourville Herald sayj it was Club, will open up nt its now track, just good complexion bottle at A. K. Conl Mods, Vasos, Pokera, Shovels, Kitchen store, jo cents per republicans to fuse with the people's thu cowardice of the bosses in this disSets, Russia Iron Pipe aqt party on Congresuionial nominations in trict which led them to decide not to put outside the city limitB of Chicago, and 21). Col. M. LewVirginia, in return for which the peo- out a candidate for Congress. Tho pa in Indiana, on October is Clark, of Louisville, will Iw presiding ple's party is to vote for iho republican per is mistaken. It wag discretion. No Wr will reewve scnltt! bids fnr thppJtiper pracelectors. The farmers' alliance and oth- sensible man wants to pursue a forlorn judge and C. II. Pettingill starter. constituted, till precincts, as tice Thk beet ot re portB como from lown Oct. In tk at hlch timoformerly on ami let the er organizations, which are supposed to hope. None of them can beat Gov. we will ijth, said precincts to the hiwrst and bct form the third party, are n misguided and it is only wasting timo and and the situation seems all that the dem- practice inAddress the County Clerk. ocrats could wish. The enthusiasm for bidden. o J. II. 1' ANTON. and mistaken body, but it is hardly money to try. W K. VAKNO.V, Cleveland and Stevenson is 'great, and fools enough to be that they are' G II. COOTKIl, Committee Tim ten democratic societies in Cali- Judge Gresham's action has had a magcaught by any such a bait. fornia have raised $5,000 to bo used to ical effect. It is predicted'that Iowa will demoA convK.NTiox of straight-ou- t defray the expenses of Senator Hill, who roll up a sure majority for democracy. crats was held ot Topeka, Kns., which will be invited to stump the State. A "Muclilj" ItritmlUtril Tariff. protested against the action of the regu- special train will be put at his service J. T.CHAIJWICK, n Petition vs The Itepublicati tariff history is a curi- KAT1K CHADWICK lar democratic convention which indors- and ho will practically own the State osity. All its reasons of 1801 wero rep'tltlon The W'titwneM have this day fill ed tho people's party State ticket. It while there. The Californians never do pudiated in 18SH. All Unreasons that Cletk's office ol aald court of lata in the Chadwick U empowered to askingenjoy, said sell ue, Katie endorsed Cleveland and took steps for anything by halved. They go tho whole were repudiated e in 1890. It may be and convey for her own benefit any property she s the reorganization of a new democratic hog or none. acquire frrefum the debts that in 1900 it will adtniUliat tho may own or hereafter contracts, sue her party with tho men who called the contariff is only the instrument of manu- or claims of as a husband, to make in hiT own slnule woman, tradu and be sued Du. II. C. Smith, of Princeton, Ky., facturers who have money to jwiy for name nnd dispose of her property by will or deed. vention as leaders in the movement. We b publish-- l do not know anything of the wisdom or has discovered a mixture that will re- legislation. Wt may have a tariff cam It Is ordered that notice of said action in StanIn the iNTamoa Journal, a unwisdom of the matter, but i looks move the coloring substance from n ne- paign on that issue that it is a lino ford, Ky., for ten days my hand this Oct. jd, io Given under like almost any scheme to beat the re- gro's blood and maku his skin white. thing to have public spirited manufacJAMES I'. IIAIl.KY, turers who will pay lUvrally for tariff 6j Clerk Lincoln Circuit Court He has tried it on one or two with good publicans ought to be accepted. legislation. Ikj result and now every negro who wants at all more Certainly it would not absurd than .McKinley's In 18S-- tho presidential vote aggre- to be a white man can become one at present position, though it would Ikj a gated 10,048,-lG- l little plainer. Kaunas City Times. and in 18S8 it was 11,- - small cost. . HAI1.KV, I'laintifT, M. ) .to8,u,j. it it nas increased in the same Kxpirte In Louisville 36,100 voters registered Look After tho "I'lrsl Volar." K I1AM.KY, Defendaut ratio over 14,000,000 ballots will bo cast J. EVERY LINE NOW COMPLETE and a good majority of them are demoThe great majority of the first voters on tho 8th of next month. Cleveland filed The petitioner, this year ought to bo enrolled in the her petition In the M. E. lUiley,ofhas this day askcrats. Hummy Willson had just as well said court, clerk's office got over 100,000 more votes in 188S than It is the party most ing that said M. E Halley be empowered to use. have stuck to his 'first decision not to Democratic party. eujof, sell and convey for her own benefit ony Harrison, but it was electoral votes that accept the republican nomination for in sympathy with them, their endeavors property shn may now osnoi hereafter require, ; counted and Harrison was inaugurated and ambitions, nnd it is the medium free from the debts or claims of her husband wo-to Congrces. He is snowed under in adn single contracts, sue and through which their best purposes in make trade In her own be sued as disse of her president. Mr. Cleveland's friends will 1TI1 name and man, vance. txilitics can be carried out. They will property by will or deed. It is further ordered 6ee that ho gets both the popular and JLVJ that notice of said action be published In the Intebe so enrolled if fiysteiuutic electoral majority this time. The express companies aro bo grateful made to secure their support. effort in rior Journal, a newspaper published In Stanford, Tins is Ky , for ten days. .ip ." to the citizens of Coireyville, Kaunas, the especial task of Demoouatic clubs, Given under my nana mis uctoncr fin. iu. Ge.v. Wkavkr and Mrs. Lease spoke at J AS. 1'. UAlI.KY. Dalton gang of and the organization of such associations who exterminated the Clerk Lincoln Circuit Court 64 Pulaski, Tenn., Saturday and were lisrobbers, that they sent JG.000 to he dis- ought to be vigorously prosecuted in all tened to by some 300 raon and a few wotributed among those wtio helped in parts of tho Mate. Albanv Argus. men. Tho general denounced the chargI tho job. Jim Spears, who killed three es of ill treatment of and rascality towUnilrr Hit-- I'ifM. of them, ought to be given the whole ards the citizens of that place during the JLoIm pile. war, as false and Baid he came on a mis limits ef Rowland. In the corporate sion of fraternity. He was treated courAt Tow York the other night $250,-0It. I. DARST. Rowland. teously throughout and not a rotten egg worth of cigarettes wero smoked at came in contact with his precious per- one timo. Fire destroyed tho factory son. and thus saved the brainless youths the SALE. work of making still further fools of Dealers In. M. j. Kuwabd Hcohks, chief of Louarm of 50 Acres on tint t wlilsillprivalely m themselves. Danville .V Stanford pike, three miles ironi ataii. isville's fire department, was elected presford. It is well improved, with dwelling of five rooms, new barn and all necessary oiiiuuiiuihks. ident of tho National Association of M. Sampson, a brother of Louis I). T. also has fine spring Callon me on the it Chief Fire Engineers at their meeting Sampson, of the Barbourville Herald, address m at Stanford, Kv RELLKV last week. Tho Mage will be remem-bjr- has purchased a half interest in the paAND ! by those who attended the Leb- per and together they promise to make 'Have you been squeezed enough?" .TAKE THE. anon superior court convention as the it even better than ever. Here's look- St. Louis Republic. man the Louisville delegation put up to ing at 'em. I'nisiiut "Stuteimunsiilii." Quccnswarc, Glassware, Tinware, Lamps, Chamber Sets, Dinner keep order by the knock down and drag-ou- t Tho president, it seems, favored total NEWSY NOTES. plan. Sets. Also agents for the Empire Wheat Drill. prohibition of immigration as long as f vessHssjLBsaaaaBBassBsssasasasasBBSisBBW' Tho Denton Hotel, at Leitcbiield, the cholera existed in .European ports. CWICAtO nf(" tOUItVIUI.MfWAlBAIIT Tue sarcastic Louisville Times is movf)) Secretary Foster and some of his otbor ed to remark: George Delamater, was destroyed by Are, causing a loss of political counselors argued strongly less than two years ago republican can- 12,000. against it, becauno Hon. J. It. Itedding, tho last Btirvivor necessitated an extra that would havo didate for governor of Pennsylvania, a session of congress, positiou for which he was defeated by a of the 27th Congress, died at I'oitainouth and an extra session they thought LINE TO would lessen his chances for a plurality of 10,000 votes, was yesterday N. H., aged 77. Tho peril of the nation in the esAt Middleaboro Itice fireen shot and unanimously elected to the penitentiary Wheelbarrows, Cross Cut Saws, Fencing Wire and Staples, Haling by tho votes of 12 men good and true. killed John Simpson in a quarrel about u timation of these politicians was not of so And much importance as tho winning of the ire, I Iorse Shoes and Nice Toilet, Chamber and Dinner Sets. Thus do some things come to him who debt of $o. Green (led. election. Savannuh News. n&Vrrs An Omaha sport ia walking in red waits. -- ..And clothes from Omaha to Chicago and reA lUdly DIsrreilittMl Tiik Somerset Reporter has been pur- turn, begging his food, and to do it in 37 Commissioner Peck's labor report is as chased by Mr. John S. Van Winkle, of days for $4,000. badly discredited by fair itepublicaus as Always on hand. All goods sold Danville, who Avill change Its politics The Pennsylvania superintendent of by Democrats. It recognized as u vain Finest ami best Vestibuled Buffet Sleeping Car from prohibition to straight out democ- public printing says it will be impossi- attempt to injure Cleveland, prompted Parlor Cars on all trains. racy. Mr. W. is a graduate of Centre ble to print the ballots in time for the by factional spite. Only hidebound party and change of cart, best accommodations, iquick No organs attempt to make capital out of cat time and lowctt rates. Or taken back. Goods promptly delivered. College and has had some experience in election, aa toquired by the new law in it, and uo sensible citizen pays attention For Information addresa tho exacting business to which he will that State. The ballot will be 22 by 52 to their campaign vaporings. St. Louis Chicago. IAS. BARKER, G. P. A., V O.CRUSH, D. P. A., Louisville, U4rotehjmMlf. Inches In size." Post Dispatch. fi iV Tiik New York World, which Is iloins htrculean work for democracy, thus tersely states a part of tho republican record: "A squandered surplus of $100,-03Stanford, Ky., - Ocronnu 11. 1892 a worse than vrnr tariff; increased tuxes; the multiplication of monopolies; the menace of a forco bill; inflation with Go cent dollar; and seat grabbing; the protection of republican rascals; n carnival of spoils; ronomina-tio: by otiico holders." No wonder honest republicans like Judges Gresham and IT IFS.ZXDA.Y. Uooley and Secretary McVeigh nre deserting tho disgraceful and disorganizing DEMOCRATIC TICKET- concern, whose mission has long since For President, been filled and for whose existence GROVER CLEVELAND. there is now no excuse. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal I 0; FALL : OPENING J&IJV OUR W. P. WALTON. State-stealin- g SIX PAGES. u EVER. CLOTHING & HAT DEPARTMENT. Our counters arc full of Bargains and hurry. our r Our prices are, as usual, are bought for competition. The reason is that intend unload them in all Fin-ett- dnd bought 50 per cent, lower than other merchants can buy them, our facilities for hr idling big lots. Therefore for tho in intend make Clothing Men's Jeans Coats only $1; Men's Cassimere Pants 90c; Pants 75c; Boys' Knee Pants 25c; Boys' Knee Pants Suits 70c. anti-snappe- r Jeans -- Men's good Suits $3.10; Men's all Cheviot Suits $5; Men's all Worsted Suits $7.25; YoutJis' Suits, IS 18 years, $2.25. Odd Coats at your own price. .'liuoin Mi ouits marked down ho: all our 81 no ni,ni ,i.. $10.50; all our $15 Suits marked down $11.98; all our SIS Suits ,, aown jis. to. iiicse ma arc tor tuul avail yourself of the opportunity to buy Clothing at prices unheard ot fore. Gents, looh at our lino of Stiff Jfats in all the new shapes, from up 200 pair Blanliets from 7jc pair up; Comforts romjOc up. Also a plete line of Ladies' and Gents' Underwear. and Shoes tar Bvcru article the house within the reach of your pocket Don't buy without first going the Origina'tors Low Prices, ;, THE LOUISVILLE Stanford, Ky. I i -- . STORE. Malinger. Crad-doc- CALL AND SEE 1 HEATING- -- STOVE Zfn, 3)cv To IDootors. B. K. & W. H. WEAEEN. Mc-Crea- ry prob-babl- 6j-.- Lincoln Circuit Court. thi-ir FULL! ios-sibl- TO THE CEILING WITH Lincoln Circuit Court. NEW GOODS! IS COME JZJLJLVi JLM KS m ifcin Si;TR?in UAl; For Sale SEVH3JBANOIS & mm Twenty Building FARN!FOR 1 00 FARRIS & HARDIN, pio-nise- s ed HABDWABE, EfEAJD)0 STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, V W THE WORLD'S FAIR OMICCAGflDj t. WEST NBTBCWKST, w Fresh Stock of GROCERIES GUARANTEED as REPRESENTED, M V - Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Octohkh 11 Nkw sorghum at McKinney Bros'. Nbw lino Zalglar shoes at B. S. II. Just received a nice lot of fall and winter cloaks. S. II. Shanks. The will of James II. Nance was probated yesterday and Mrs. Georgia Ann Nance qualified as oxpeutrix. NKW ADVERTISEMENTS. Stanfoud, Ky., E. o. WAfcTON, 1892 Shati ks'. Eoos wanted at at 15 cents. K. & W. II. Wonr-en- s STarm.aror Sal. I will kcll t.riMitely my Farm of.41 Acre, 1 milo from Crb Onhnrrf, on the Hianfont pike. Itii tcooil J burn, lnejar!, water, Ac Call on me Mu. FittTz KitUKniu wants a partnor pre mlici or xddroti me at Crab Orchard. on the Lbavb your orders for stove repairs at 5UK to help him build a patent limu kiln at 6jt JOHN LE NAHDI. McKinney Bros.'s. Cheap Cloaks, Mt. Vernon. Address him at that Cheap Clothinir, Cheap Cassimeres. MEANS IU81HESS. Fiibsi! line of fruits ami otndios just place. Cloths, Canton Flannels, Cotton Cloths, ENciKAvmo bountifully anil artistically received at J. I). Wearen's. Crepons, Cotton Checks, Calicoes, iloiio at A. It. I'enuy'a. I have takon the agency for the Lex' Chcvcrons, Camlets, Cheviots, Boy your books and bcIiooI supplies- of Mkat Cuttbw, coal vased, coal buck- ington Steam Laundry and will appreci- Farm, Stock and Crop, Farming 11 ' Cashmeres, Chese Cloth, all kinds from A. It. runny, wlio nulls ets, eta, Rt Farris it Hardin's. Chiffons, ate any patronage given me. Jesse J. Utensils, &c. nL mibllnhor'a nriccn. tlicni Changeable Silks, ' Cloths for Tables, Cloth, Oil, Thompson. Havk your watch, clock anil jowciry To Loan. ? 1,000 on real estate securiChangeable Velvets, DedriDE to retire from active busincts, I will on Cloths for Outing, China Silks, repaired at A. It. Penny's. All work Hon. Bovn Winciibstbii, Cleveland's ty. Address Box 10, Lancaster, Ky. Canton Draperies, ' Chiffon Draperies, Cream Satin, warranted. Nov. 3, 1892, 11 Chcffon Laces, minister to Switzerland, will speak. in ' Rbmbuiikk that all silverware, wntolies, Cords, Croquet Ssuffs, I havk a very full line of fall and win- Stanford, Oct. 18th and Gov. McCreary, rings, Ac, bought at A. It. I'onny'H wii: At my home mile north- went of Stanford In Comforts, , Curtains, Counterpanes, ter suitings. Come at oncu and mako candidate for Congress, on tho 22d, each Lincoln county, Ky oell at public auction to tlm bo vncravcd Iron of chaw. highest bidder my entire property, ' Cretons, Corsets, Corset steels, " selections. II . C. Itupley. at 2 o'clock. CcnshnfcJc Gloves, ' Cashmere Hose, Cotton Hose, PERSONAL POINTS. My Farm of Acres, Skk our elegant new lino of drees " Circulars, Storm Serges, Now on balk more than :00 new la Of tome of the very bet Shirts, Land in LinMll8. Stilt H0I.MK8 18 tllO KUOSt of Mies goods and trimmings in all grades. MaShoes, Stockings, dies', misses' and children's cloaks, pur- colnacoJnty, finely Improved in ecry reaped. It 'Sox,' beautitul frontaee Suslo IjwIi'v. ny thing! not to bo seen elsewhere. Sev- chased direct from tho manufacturers, has turnpike, in a tnxt on the Stanford and Dan . Slippers, Skirts, ville ncellent npitrhhorhnnH. Sheeting. E. C. Uainkh spent n few iIhjh In Lob- erance it Son. with no objectionable iiirroumling, and altogeth which we will oiler at prices so low that er i ono oi me mmi pieatatit and desirable homes i.i. anon lnct week. inis section Wk liavo now opened and invito you it will astonish you. Sevemuce &z Son. in My personal 01 the State.lr: property, Isaiah Wiiitk, of Cssey, is visiting his ? head ol fat Cattle, to inspect the largest and completest ta milk Cov.s, eight t and pnrcntH in this county. Foil drunken aud disorderly conduct, Steers and Heifers, a will bred ShortPtock of dry goods, notions, Ac , ever Hulls. Calves, horn i vimrMil. II. E. Millkh, of OwenfiborOt George Leo James and Jim Perkins ling and 8 Southdown to Southdown 35 Ewea Hogs, 50 lamb llucks, fat Why we sell goods so seen in our city. Severance & Son. pnpsetl up to Hazel Patch Katurdny. were jugged yesterday. Perkins resist- nut anoin. r nrofxt .Mares, a yearling Colts,! yearlin? Hilly by 1'ence, a work Horses, 3 work is Mas. Lyiha Camico, of Louisville, A 1. Fiiii.u'a Minstrels aro at the Mason- ed and Policeman Jim Mershon brained Mules, a yearling Mules, acres Corn to bo measured at the visiting hir father, Mr. K. O. Uratly. ic Temple, Louisville, for three days this hint with a pistol aud then he went with 300is bushelsotof Wheat 40 bushels of Rye. 6 shock. stacks Mr.?. Oa it. Day and Mrs. Julia Har- week. His show has outgrown Stanford him. of liny, a DccrinR Hinder, lliv Hake Grain urill, s.Mowers. torn I'lanter, Hoosier Drill, din areKursta of Mrs. E. 15. Caldwell. and ho is said to be making money hand Dlx Cutter, Reaper, and a lot ol othIn the county court yesterday n pro- er miscellaneous Karmine Machinery and Imple MikhJba JU'ciiana, of Crab Or- over (1st. ments nod all my Household and Kitchen Furni test was filed against Mrs. Bettio C. chard, is tin) y.tiet of Miss Ksdin Hurcli. ture , Biiokbiiis Lku. ftii'hard Hooker, the for cash and remainder being granted license to sell Terms: lllltl MlrSWH LOL'ANA DUDDUHAU na enual annual payments, with interest from oldson of Mr. J. T. Hocker, of liquors this year and after hearing some In two sale I'ersonaltr on a cnsllt till lanuarv 1. day ot Taylor (tro visiting friumltt In Lexington. 1893, except for sums under $10, whicn must be Mits. Moi.mb Wiiay in visiting her Junction City, fell from a chestnut tree of the proof the case was continued .till puiu in catn. j.ai KHID Saturday and broke his leg between Monday, 17th. Her hotel is at Kings-villCapt. A (. Talbott, Auctioneer. 6? laughter, Mrs. J. T. Lynn, In lniis-villtho knee and the thigh. and she has license now. Mn S. E. Lackby. of Gallatin, Tenn., REPORT OF THK CONDITION Tub date of the republican convention Tub .Metropolitan National Bank of is with his parents, Mr. biuI Mrs. W. M. to go through the cut and dried per KantasCity, It. W. Hocker president, THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE. Ijtekev. formance of nominating dipt. Herndon sIiowb upngdn with the usual quarterly In the State of Kentucky, at tho close of biiMiit-Mit. J. A. Caui'k.ntku, of Porryvllle, for circuit judge for Judge Saulley to JSK JufiSy' ' "liB dividend of per cent. It.s loans and Sept. jo, i6q. spent Saturduy morning here with his turn down, has been changed to the discounts amount to and many friends. RItSOURCIS. tin. and its deposits to $2,870, 10 1.S2. The I.olisand di ouHU QiuiNnv and Mit Ktb-u- l Mas. JamwA. 105,415 at Tub city council has decided nut to ac capital is $7o0.000, with a surplus of Overdrafts, ami unsecuro!.. 7 M.707 Howell, of Nashville, aru with Mrs. U.S. IVonds to secure circulation. ...,.. 11,500 cept the grant by the court of claims to H. J. McUobertn. Due frm approved reserve again .,.... 1906 67 Mit. M. Sai.inubii antl wife, of louiH-vill- build an etiglnelioiiM" 011 court equare, 4'jo; 91 Mit. J. Moiit ItoTiiwKLL democratic Due (rem other National IlanVi.... , furniture and fixture.. are ppeiHlitig the week with Mr. as it will be too difficult to gut the appa district elector, spoke here yosterday to 1,500 00 Call and secure Bargains. j ratus out. It will be built at the foot of Current expenses anil tan paid.......... 615 05 aud Mrs. A. Hays. a good crowd and handled tho infamuus Checks and other cash . 1I0 51 items POST-OFFIC- E Mirs A Lien Ukazi.ky, fonnurly of this INUcnriter street on the St. Asaph. tariff and force bill questions with tell- Hills ot other Ihnks. 765 os county, but now of Junction Oily, Is very ing ellect. Mr. (i.M. Davison rejoined Fractional paper currency, nickels and Honb. It. C. Wakiibn and George K. .... cents ill of typhoid fever. 7 j5 and then Mr. Bothwell stir rejoined aud .. ti,75 00 ... MipsSai.uk Duntmiun bus returnwl Stone spoke at Wnynesburg .Saturday to they may bo speaking yet for all wo Specie tenaer nm . . a fair amlience, but owing to tho fact Denier In l.nfi 50 00 from a visit to her brothur, Mr. .an Rouemp4Hm fuim with U. S. TrMrr that a revival was in progress at Kings-vill- e know. Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Made and 3 Dudderar, in Louisville. An Parts of 5 per ieni 01 ciiriHm...,. je 50 they postponed their speaking there CntcuiT Coi-ttwill begin next, MonConfectioneries. Ac. Mit. John W. ltorr hurt bis ankle t, the Country. till next Saturday, 22d, at 1 o'clock. day, with 2tl7 caes on the docket, which lotl... $is,543 M lias witnnim a nrt ciass caker ana can lurnisn No Agents employed. while gotiitm; from a train aud is S7 read, Cakes and the like on short notice. now lnid up at homo. Tub colored G. A. It. posts mado a Clerk James P. Bailey has classified for Capital stock pMji.iAini.rriits. In W. ADAMS & SON, .......... $10,000 00 MihsSl'b Itotrr, having fully recovered, creditable display here Saturday and af- us as follows: Old equity, 1.'12; old ordi- Surplus fund .. 6m No. 4a Uroadway, Lexington, Ky. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ... 15,000 no :.; equity appearances, 20; ordina- Undivided prottta has returned to her position ns book- ter their march to "inspiring" tnueic, nary, ....... 4,05 66 11,15000 keeper for Otter A Co , Danville. enjoyed a supper at Odd Follows Hall. ry do., 23 and Commonwealth ."!. Of the Natkutal Hank note Autttandlnj All persons Indebted to the estate (! Go Individual deposits subject to check 81,240 oa Yauehn. dee'd. will please call and pav their ac- Mrs. 15. K. Wkaukn ho gone to They will all vote for Harrison, but they latter there is hut one or murder and esAll persons having clatms apunst the countn. To have jour photographs laken. Hekeepsup to attend the bedsido of Mis. didn't ratify his nomination as at first tho rest aro principally for misdemeanu Total $162,541 68 tate will preyetit them properly picven. with all tho V. A. HAIL, I xor. Geo Vaughn, deed. ors. It is the lightest docket for years. 60 4t Denton, who is sick unto death. advertised. ) STATE OK KENTUCKY, Lasi.ky, of Parkland, who "? County of Lincoln, Miss Anmk J An enthusiastic democratic meeting Badly Huut. Boy Bearley was badOPEN TO THE WORLD. V. I locker. Cashier of the above named I. And will give you good satisfaction, has been visiting her cousin, Mies Susie was held at Rowland Saturday night. B. Hank,J.do solemnly swear thuu the nbovo statement ly hurt Sunday at McKinney. Ho was A.J K ART, Stanford Iosley, returned home Saturday. is true ts tnc !it ot my knowledge nnd belief driving a young horso and while there a P. Martin, J. A. Chappell and John Sam I. V. IIOCtCER. Cashier. Mil. and A. 0. Sink left for Covington this dav 30. passed. The horse became fright- Owsley, Jr. made stirring speeches and or Subscribed and suorn to before me N. I 6th C L Oct.. i&ji. J II HOCKKR, yesterday, where Mr. Sino goes ns rep- tnin was organized. I'rof. J. A, Correct attust. ened and threw Mr. Boazley out of the a. club of DEALER resentative of LodRO 1WJ, I. 0. 0. 1". D. S. loiiHSTOSf, ") He Chappell was elected president and the sulky, breaking his collar bone. I T. Rosk, - Directors. S. Faiiiii and boh of Lancns-to- r, Mn. T. If, Brown, was atao kicked and his friends fear he club was, in honor of him, by a unanij who have been with Mrs. John mous vote, named tho Chappell Club. And Country Produce, is internally injured. for a week, returned homo yesHas opened his stock of goods and Is ready to serv IKY T H B ASSOCIATION B. P. Martin was made secretary and CONDITION OK. THE the people of Stanford and vicinity. He is offer, Tin; only speaker of the several ad- the meeting was harmonious all terday. ing unheard of Ilnrgains and all who want the way LEXINGTON, KY., goods at tho lowest possible prices should Tub friends of Hon. I). W. Tribble vertised to be at Huatonville, Saturday, through. The club will meet on the call FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. him on Logan Avenue, near Lancaster pikewill bo glad to hear that ho hss returned was Judge It. J. Breckinridge, who made of the president. TO AT STANFORD, OCTOPER from Hot bpruiga apparently :uy re- a rousing speech to a good audience. At the close of business Sept. 30, 189a. Stankokd's last chance for a circus this stored. It was thought ho had cancer. None of the speakers showed up at GoIXCH.ITSIVJC RESOURCES. Mn. Thank May, of Whitesville, rep- shen or McKinney. Col. Hill and A. season went glimmering when Bob We. the undersigned, hereby warn all persons show "busted" nnd fled from the Notes and Hills resenting the Homo Insurancu Co., of K. Denny went to Highland, but there ....45,77l 14 not to hunt or fish upon our lands or water;, said . .4, lands being situated in whole or in part in 5,497 05 State in more or less demoralization. Overdrafts ........ Now York, has located hero and with waH no crowd owing to tho failure of noDoyle and Lincoln counties, Kentucky, and 350,000. . ....... 54,974 10 33 RACES. Several of our citizens are caught in the Duo from Hanks his family taken rooms at Mrs. ltannie tice. we hereby agree to support each other lully Hank House, furniture and fixture- 7,30000 The Transylvania Stale, $5,coo or more. Monday enforcement of the law against any and all in the tresDark's. Sot 19 A bv weeks ago a man calling him aggregate to about $100, but the crowd Espeuses and taxes October io,;wlll be the greatest content ever passers. inis September 26, 1891. Miss E1.MIB S. Whitman, of Pulaski self Charles B. Camp and representing that came to town yesterday to see it Cash I0.399 55 witnessed Y. W. Ycager, R. H Rice. and spent it for City, Va., who is to have charge of the himself as the owner of a Chicago emi- saved its John W- .Miller, 5J74.8JJ 03 Remember the $5,000 Stakes A j. Kice, U T Higginbotham, 1'. L. Rroaddus, Howliterary department and assist Miss LtAHII.rrlE.S. gration paper, spent several days here something more substantial than tho Rout, M. Cyrus Dully, and Free-for-alelard in music, has arrived at the College aud secured a number of subscribers to sight of a dyspeptic lion, a A. D. Hughes, Capital stock James M. White. f JOO.OOO 00 Hrlght Herring, A. M.nnd E. S. Douroe, on all Railroads. J. S. Johnson, From reports sho will make an excel- it. He gave it out that he was going to ephant and the gaudy females in soiled Surplus fund and undivided profits .. u,8o7 46 Half W. J . Ilallard, Individual deposits 1.16.417 28 Alex West, J. C.Kox, lent addition to an already strong facult- bring several train loads of farm seekers tights. Write Secretary for Programme II. Kemper, .'. J Frank Fox, Due to H.inks..Mk, 15,608 2) y-. II. F. Robinson, P. P JOH.nSTON. ED A. 'UPTON. J. J. Walker, Tub Echo says that a thief broke into Miw. Uki.lk Walton Bi'iiubtt, only from the North and East here thia T. D. Chestnut, Sec'y. T. B. Robinson, Pres $374,833 03 Nixon Perkins Henry Walter, sister of Judge Mat Walton, has come up menth and led those who heard him Mr. John Pearl's residence at London , Jerry Bland. J H.Rourne, 1, John It. Owsley, cashier of the aboved named PLIILICSALE OK genT. T. Pollard T. M. Arnold, and stole his Winchester rilie. Mr. Pearl Hank, do solemnly swear that the above statement from her orange plantation at Killarney, talk that he was going to play hades K. T. Fox, Jr., T. I. Herring. erally. He secured $12 or ilo here and heard the noise and Fin., to enjoy her little namo-chilwent out onl y to be is true to the best of my knowledge :md belief. W. n. Moss. J. V. Cook, hied hiti'M.'lf to Kichinond to llsh for ordered back by the scamp, J. P. lionrne, Mitchcl llroddus, II. OWSI.KY, Cashier. JOHN Clam Belle, tho only baby in tho Walton who le veled William Hubble, J G. Aldrldge, other snekeis. It has since come out the weapon on John, who knew it was S. J. Uourne, Erasmus Dunn, household. The tiny ijueeu is about six I will offer fjr sale on Mvorn to before me by J. II, Owsley, this Oct A. R. and G. II. Pope, John Pope, is a very plausible kind of a loaded. By the time ho could arm him- 8, lEgj. months old and is still receiving birth that he .V. M. HKIGIIT, N. 1. 1. C C. I. James Hermig, 15, '92, S. H. Doty, Anderson, gilts from congratulating .friends. Lex- small swindler. J. A. Yeager, self the thief was out of sight, but in his H. D. Aldndge, 1'. S. Ilurdett. ington Leadnr. """ REPORT OF THE CONDITION On the premises, "INCI.ESIDK," the farm beIlertram Spratt, E. It. Miller, hurry he dropped a suit of clothes ho Lkctuiib. IJev. Wallace Tiutrp will longing t the etate ot the late John O llruce, Miss Kate Ilurdett, D. G, SpMoamorc, G. II. Aldrldge, deliver a lecture at the Christian church, had grabbed. This kind ofj treatment THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, consisting of Mrs. At A Haughman, CITY AND VICINITY. lames Underwood, John Douuie, ABOUT IOO ACRES, Thursday night, Oct. 27, for the benefit naturally unsteadied the nerves of our Mrs E I. Owsley 64 Lbavb your order for timothy with of the parsonage fund. AT STANFORD, Mr. Tharp's excellent correspondent aud accounts situated immediately on the Danville and PleasMcKinney Bros. miles north ot ant ability to entet tain an audience is too for his failure to seud reports for Friday In the St.ite of Kentucky, at the eloe of.busineos ThisHilt turnpike, a' a comfortable Danville, Ky. place has on it duelling, a TS Sept. 30, i8$. and necessary outbuildings, besides good barn Nkw line of stoves juht received at B. well known in and about Stanford to and blacksmith shop and four tenant houses and with-i- n fitv-ax. ,' need auy commendation at our hands. K. A W. II. Wearen's. J of a mile of a school house, and convenient Charles Mitchell, the pugilist, is iu RESOURCES. to Danville, noted for its educational facilities. In the various places where this lecture jail at Loudon for assaulting an old Loans and discounts $164,813 36 This place has on It one of the best spring In the Nbw Sokohum, Now Syrup and New county, convenient to both barn and dwelling, and has been delivered it has won for him a Overdrafts, secured anilunvecureJ S.S97 man. will make a splendid dairy farm. This place ts in Pickles at A. A. Warren'B. U, S. Ilonds to secure Circulation 50,000 00 a splendid neighborhood, has a good physician great reputation as an orator and lecThe steamer Premier was run down Stocks, securities, claims, etc 9$ living near, and is altogether a tery desirable i5.?7 Articles to Suit the iMost FastidiSink fc Mbnbkbb have contracted for turer. The lecture is literary and hu- by tho steam collier Williamette, near Due from approved reserve agents farm. 2,310 41 place tor any one wanting a small on day ot sale terms llDeral anu made Known ous. A comolete line of two more houses for tho Water Woiks morous and ie regarded by Mr. Tharp's Port Towneetid, Saturday afternoon-FouDue Irom other National Hanks.. .. 4,114 aa W.C PROCTOR, Co. Everybody friends as his 'masterpiece. 60. td Admr , with will annexed, of J, G. llruce. Dne from State Hanks and Hankers 1,096 4a persons were killed, one drowned , furniture and fixtures, 9,150 00 IIavk you seen tho now line of silver-war- o should come and be entertained by a and 17 were badly injured. Other real estate and mortgaged owned, 9,899 70 good lecture and help a good cause at and fall goods at Dauks'? If not, It is now thought that Emmet 1,746 77 Current expenses and taxes paid X the same time. 866 58 go at once. the bank robber, will recover. Hjb Checks and other cash items OF 1,38000 father says the ruin of his boys was Hills of oilier Hanks Tub City Council at its regular meetAt May wood Saturday Messrs. W. E. Fractional paper currency, nickels and FARM, STOCK & CROP. cents Varnon aud J. B. Pax to organized a ing voted to put up two more arc lights, brought about by .dime novel reading 243 40 7,667 50 democratic club of 'JO working mem- one in front of the College and tho other and the example of the Jesse James Specie As Executor of Ym. G. Wiiods, det d, I will, on Legal tender notes ..., 8,341 00 at the Intersection of Main and Logan gang. bers. U. S. Treasurer m October 25, 1892 Mr. Cleveland, according to the As- Redemption fund with meeting Satur.,..,... i,i) 00 5 per cant, of circulation Elegant assortment of cloaks and streets, but at the called changed to cor- sociated Press, has Bent his check for Sell at public auction at the late residence ol said day night tho latter was in. U. woods, in Jessamine couoty, Ky , on the Total wraps just received at S. II. Shanks' $389i7'S 60 Lexington. Ilarrodfliuri: & Perrvville Turnpike Complicated VVatcli Repairs and ner of Main and Stock streets. It was $10,000 to tho treasurer of tho democratMA III LIT! KS. Call and see tuem beloro tno stock is also ordered that water pipes be laid out ic compaigu fund. Messrs. Whitney road, 3 miles Irom Nlcholasvllle, 3 aged mules, Artistic Engraving a Specialty. Capital stock ..$soo,ooo 00 1 horses. 11 head of lecdini; cattle. 10 head voung broken. All goods fold engraved tree of charge. cattle. 4 milk cows, is head of fettling hogs, term Somerset street and further on Logan and Dickinson and E. O. Benedict have Surplus fund.. 20,000 00 ing implement.', household and kitchen furniture, WirYouppatronagc respectfully solicited. We stick to it Bro. Smith that Jim Avenue, making an additional reutal of contributed like stuns. Undivided profits 4 030 36 3i acres ol hemp in stack, and 25 acres of corn in Thompson camo down from Mt. Vernon, $200 a year. Tho town is now bound to The republican convention in the National Hank Notes outstanding..'.,,,.,, 45,000 00 the shock. the same time and place, I will sell to Also at Individual uYpo.its subject tolieckKm 107,353 74 but wo accept your statement that ho the water company for $1,900 for water 20th judicial district nominated J. L. Diic to other National Hanks the lilehest bidder the farm lately owned by the OXST1E 13,216 90 said .Vin. G. Woods, KOR THE does not livo there. aud $1,100 for lights, making j:t,000. French for circuit judge on the 179 bal- Stock reduction unpaid too 00 high, but we must lot. S. L. Howard was nominated for Total CONTAINING- 330 ACRES. ,...$389,715 60 Tub Ice Company hero has secured Theeo things come have them. J. S. Hughes, who is a attornoy. French is a brother of the EXCURSIONS, This farm is well located, in a hlsh state of cul HARVEST STATE OF KENTUCKY, tho contract to furnish the Knoxvillu di feud. tivation and l u very desirable home. The land County of Lincoln, stockholder in tho Water, Light it Ico leader in the AUG. 30 and SEPT. 27, hiirhlv nroductite and well watered. There is a vision of tho L. & N. with ice, it being A few days ago notice was made of Company, resigned and W. G. Itaney I, John J. McKolierts, cashier of above named goooVdwelllUK house of 7 rooms, barn, granary, all THE "WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES-- ' the purest and best on the lino. Hank, do solemnly was elected in his stead. Several others a new road to be built up Straight creek incnt is true to the swear that that the above state, necessary ouiouuuin.uiiii swv sums lets than Will run low rate Harvest Excursions on above y For personally All TKRMS best of my knowledge and be$30, cash will be required, for all sums over that dates to points in Minnesota. Montana, North and JOHN J McROIIERTS, Cashier Mooiik bought tho Veran- who are interested in the company ought by the L. & N., and it is als thought that lief. u win po given, South Dakota. Tickets will be good twenty (to) before me this day amount, willcrnr. 01 ijo aayswith approved Jones to follow Mr. Hughes' suit. It is against another branch will nlso be extended of Subscribed and sworn toURIGI1T, N. P.10th C. execute notes Hotel at McKlnnoy of dah security days from dato of sale, with privileges W. M. Oct., 189a L. before tho property isrumoed to points west of bt. Paul and Minneapolis. PresiCorrect attest: heira for $1,200 and sold hi houBe and tho charter of the city for councilman to into the Big Stone Ga,! section. is lo be paid cash ; the balance For the Land For lull information, address any of the Compa) J S. IIoikKH, in ono and two years, with interest at the rata of 6 ny's representative, or lot in tho same town to Bowman Smith vote on questions of personal interest as dent Smith and Mr. August Belmont aro Directors, per cent per actium from date of Kile until paid. JAS. C POND, ... JG FOSTBH. Big Stone Gap. WXLCII. now at they havo been doing. A O. WOODS, Ex'or ,'GeD't Pass. andTicktt Agt , Chicago, III. for $700. fi,.td sua. ManaRtr land and xrll Improved with cood dwelling, 3 Come and C PUBLIC SALE - Thursday,. i, - to-w- 300 Muc-Gra- 1 T. m m 1 - YOU "C" NOW 1 1 1 1 1 I (stlf-rake- rl c?:hc:e:.AsJe K4PB i Pen-nyback- J. S. HUGHES. one-thir- nr e. e m W.B.BCRDBBRTZ, DHTJCGIST, s 1 lr $I,OOU,-H0.8- 1 $50,-S09.W- ). c e, Drugs, Toilet Articles, School Books and Stanford. EEAE OF EOOM. IAnking-hnie- ... Mia s rICIiMCMMl, MONUMENTS ' ly - to Earp's Art Gallery Latest Improvements, ga-- iy KENTUCKY" 15:5 J- GREAT TROTTING C. FQWEIiX.. -IN- CABIVAXi. General 5th 14th, -:- Merchandise, - m Hunters and Fishermen. Gar-rar- Hun-ting'- d 1892. -- -:- d, . half-doll- ar - Ilea-bitte- l. 1 d , Rates w & SMikX.!. FIRM? Saturday, October -- to-da- D& :mrtn; -- THE JEWELER, r Hunklng-hous- e, Dal-to- n, Executor's Salo. Watches, Clocks iii m m 11 Tuesday, And SILVERWARE. Jewelry ... FIRST-CLAS- Xi.Xli 1, ": t ' hi Round Trip -:- French-Everso- lo ui. Dii.-Gbke- te rur-chas- er $.' stop-ov- er f:.-- . t C5- - ! Semi-Weekly I V 1 ft i II r- m Died, nt his home in Crab Orchard, I am receiving one of the most elegant lines of Ky., September 15, 1SU2, Henry J. King, MILLLINERY ever handled in Stanford, selected with an esnecial view to the wants nf this aged 20 years. trade. Miss Nora Welch, of Cincinnati, an expe. Published Evory Tuoaday and Friday rlencod trimmer, Is with me this season and I On AT Oct. 15, 1892, It Is with painful sadness that wo aro guarantee everything to bo In the latest and most PiiSrt VJCiVTt. IN" ADVANCffi. 11c i.uics arc inviicti 10 can 52 And pursuant to a decree of the Lincoln Circuit called upon to nnnoutvio the death of nppru.u iamon and examine my goods, which I will lake pleas- Court, the fine Stock Farm of It R. Gentry, de Whcu not to pud S2.50 will be charRed.-ffone so young nnd so much beloved ns ure in showing. ceased, will bo sold on the premises at public aucMISS LICCIH IIHAZLKY. tion to the highest bidder. This farm Is on the 3 he. In social life he possessed n generous OF Rush llranch turnpike road, about lU miles from spirit and by his gonial manners he had Stanford, is well watered, splendidly fenced and These In tho robing of glory, PUBLIC SALE OF won for himself many friends, for none Those In the gloom ol defeat. 305 BAHBEE&CASTLEMA'N gory, All in the knew him but to love him; and his death Of fine with pood residence, barn In the dusk of eternity meet: cast a gloom of sorrow throughout the and stable thereon Most of the larm is now In MANAftltRS, ftRpYALrivml S Under tho sod and the dew, lllun Grass This farm will first be offered for sale town and vicinity where ho waB born Tho undersigned will on Waiting the judgment day; in three separate tracts and then as a whole and Oommoroo Building, Louisville and raised. How much will he bo miss t how bids or that bid accepted which amounts to Under the laurel the nine, the most, and will be sold on credits of 6, it and tS ed in tho homo circle, where ho was MONDAY, OCT. 17, 1892, raonins. Under the willow the Gray. Agents throughout the South. dearly loved; how much will he be miss- Itefore the door in the town nf Dan- en Possession for seeding purpose will be given From the silence of sorrow ful hours, and alter day of sale and full possession Januaed by tho mother, who looked upon him ville, Ky , at a o'clock p. in., offer at public sale ry . iSJ. The desolate mourners go, to the highest bidder, the following tracts of For further information address at Stanford or VT. A. THIBBLB, Local Agant, Lovingly laden with flowers, as tho joy and prido of iier declining land: R. R. ,V J. II GKN 1'RY. First. A tract ol land In Mercer county, Ky , call on Alike for the friend and the foe: STAN FOR I). KY years What an irreparablo loss! May on the past side of the Danville and Harrodshurg Hill A- McRoberts, p. q. Under the sod and the dew, turnpike road and nbout 4 miles from Hsrrodi-bursho have fortitude to endure this alllie-tiv- o Waiting the judgment day; and said land being bounded on the north Under the roses the ltlue. stroke and be constrained to look sldn by tho lands of Wesley Vanarsdall. on the south by the llellows Mil road, on the east by the Under the lilies the Gra . forward with confidence to n joyful re lands ot'K. W. Kastland anil on the west by the I Danville turnpikn road, So, with an equal splendor, union with the departed one beyond the containingand Harrodsburg and 30 square poles.and rocd I have just opened a 143 acres, Iliitcher Shop on s The morning fall, dark river through which he has just Second. A tract of land in Mercer county, Ky , Lancaster street, where will keep at all hints east of the Danville and Harrodshurg turnpike With it tojch impartially tender, passed. Ho made a public profession of road, but not olndlng on said road, and about i IN THE- : : IMTIEJ.A.'rS On the blossoms blooming for nil. miles from Harrodsburg, and being bounded op religion nbout two years ago and we have the north by tho Hellows Mill road, ami on the that can be abtained, which I III sell at the marUnder the sod and the dew. all assurance to believe that he gained, east by the same road, and (in the south by the ket price I have a tine, now, targe refrigerator Waiting the judgment day; lands of Hardin and on the west by the lands of will always he kept frvsh and nice H ghest ol ' Rroidered with gold the Illue, A Cream of Tarter Flaking Powder at tho close of mortal life, n christian's Wesley Vanarsdall and the land of W II. Kast- and meals 48 lino JULIAN VEST all in leavening strength -- Latest United State Mellowed with gold the Gray. OK THE- land, ami containing about 147 acres, be the same hope nnd victory over death and nn in more or less. Government Food Report. So, when the summer callcth, POWDF.RCO.. Third A tract of land situated partly In MerROYAL HAKING heritance in a city whose mansions ever cer CHOICEST CHARACTER and partly in Hoy!., count es, Kentucky, and 106 Wall street, New York. . On forest and field of grain, glow in tho radiance of perpetual day, lying nn the east side of the Danville and HarWith an equal murmur falleth AT THE- rodsburg turnpike road, though not binding on and where, "after life's fitful fever, he Mid pike, and about 5 miles fruin the town of DanF. 11. RILEV, Proprlotor, The cooling drip of the rain: K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. sleeps well." Ho was just in tho prime ville, and bounded on the north by tho Hellows Under tho sod and the dew , - - - Kontucky. Mill road, on the south by the Meek Mill rood, on London, Train naves Rowiand at j oo a. m., returning Waiting thojudgmentday; of manhood; every one loved him in t.te the east by the land id A. W Kastland and on the at j:iop. ni. Wet with the rain the Illue, S west by the these I have moved to my new Hotel and am hMi community; he always had n pleasant ing the samelands of of I'. Fastland, andto J. brL. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. C. land conveyed tracts Wet with the rain the Gray. prepared than ever to Caldwell as trustee of Mrs K S. Kastland and Good Livery attached accommodate iht public A full line of tho Choicest Fruits smile and a kind word for every one; he and every convenience depm ..t others by drnlot date April nth, 1(9. and said ait train going North Sadly, but not with upbraiding, and Vegetables and Swan's Down was ever ready to help tho poor and nf deed being of record in both lloylc county and sired. Give me a call. ....laopm South FRANK RILEY. ' 77 The genet 011s deed was done; Express train " South " 55 P "n flour can be had at dieted; of him too much cannot be said. Mercer county sate the first two parcels nf land ' North " In tho storm ofthe years that ate fading In making the 3'So 6 59 am . Local Freight North r. STKAUH, R. He leaves n vacant chair that cannot be aboso described, and w hlch join, will be offered as T r ILAKkt. No braver battle was won D. ....5iapra a whole and then offered separately ned that bid South. Under the sod and (he Jew, filled. Ho is no more to encounter tho which brings tho most money. The thud The latter trains also carry passengers. Waiting the Judgment day; by itself. Goods Delivered Freo of Charge chilling blasts, nor biting frosts, but a parcel w ill be soldknown on day f sale. The above is calculated on standard time. Solar TKIIMS ma do Under the tdossoms the Illue, ime it about so minutes fatter Terras, 30 Days. to" C ( ALDWELL.Ag't, Aug a, 'or PRACTICAL sweet s?at in tho eternal sunlight of the SI Under the garlands the Gray. QUEEN & CalsCENT ROUTE. heavenly home. From the brght evi Plumbers and Steam Fitters. No more shall the war cry sever, dence ho left, wo are confident that his Trains pajs Junction City as lollows: Or winding rivers be red; Fast Special ia:a6am Dealers in all kinds of Iron and llrast Goods (or O &C spirit has swept through tho "beautiful MYERS They banish our anger forever steam and water Sanitary l.omlsof all kinds. All Mail u:57 P m.; New Orleans Limited 3:17 p. ra.; When they laurel tho graves of ourdead. work guaranteed against dclettive material and gate that stands ajar." To tho mother Special 8:400 m. - C. Special 3:06 a. m. ; Illue workmanship 37 Under the sod and the dew, and father, who are left in this dark Grass Special 6:00 a. m. ; Cincinnati Limited 1:48 Waiting the judgment day; VALUABLE : STOCK, p. ra.; Fast Mail .iS p. m. world of sorrow, wo would say, look to Love and tears for the Illue, P. W. GREEN, Prop. Jesus. Ho is tho Sweet Comforter in all Tears and love for the Gray. FARMING IMPLEMENTS, AC A. S. I will deliver Ice every morning In families in (From the selections of the editor's dear, dead aflllctions. Ho in all His wisdom has This sttlde, which Is run In rineilon with the and vicinity SURGEON DENTIST. Myers House, has been supplied wit lii pounds: robbed you of ono of your dear ones and Having determined to close out my stock, pre Stanford 100 pounds at 50 cents pr to cents, and wife, and printed in loving memory of her.) fur 30 to at the rate ol OfHce over Severance & Son's Store, Main street, placed him as a beacon light in Heaven, paratory lu going West, I will sell the same at under cu pounds at the rate of 75 cent public auction to the highest bidder at my larm cail special attention to the John Premier A Now Lot of Horses, Carriages, Stanford. " 1 What tho Editor Gets. so bow in humblosubtnission!to His di in Garrard county, Ky ,3 miles West of Ilryants llrewwg C "s Celebrated I X L. lie. r, for which Buggies, Wagons, am agent. Will fjrnish in euhe kg or bollle When a child is born in tho world the vine will, feeling assured that your dar- villeoti the Fisher's Ford road, on , Write for prices. And Drummer's Supples aad l belter than ever W. B. K 1IKFMKR St.nforl. Ky physician 1p presented and gets nbout ling is safe in the upper fold. In expie,.ircd lo supply the public with Oct. 13, 1892, ijtf $10 (or officiating nt the important, event. tending our sympathies to a bereaved FinST-OLASConsisting ef the Inllow log valuablo RIC1S OK AtV KINDS. The editor heralds the advent of the sister in a distant State, we can truly Personal and prompt atlentian givtnt Weddings. Office South side Main street, in office recently stranger nud gets n cursing for making a say, you were remembered. Oh, to be and Stock. Parties and Hartal. vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. mistake as to the sex and date of ar- remembered I How sweet tho thought P W. ORKKN, Proprietor. Jack 10 years old; black Ja.k 5 years old, A I. IIUKNS, Manager. rival. A halo of peace surrounds that word. lack "years old; R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. After awhile the child becomes n man, When Christ Khali como to claim His 1 jacks vearold: HMjraOjL 4 Jack. Colls; ; THE STANFORD" the minister is called to perform the own, may you bo remembered then is it head of Jennets, good and sure breeders DENTIST. 1 his is a very superior, well bred lot of street. marriage ceremony and walks on witn a our prayer. To you. Willie, wo would and Jennet stock and sll persons Interested Jack ill (smovingto th Higgins ortice, Lancaster Co. Nitrous Oxide Gas given for painless attracting. $10 bill in his pocket for his trouble. Tho sty, meet him in Heaven. Now we of- do well to attend the sale, as it will be sold without rei.erve. Also the following llersc stock STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Harness Stallion 8 sears oM, record of 31. editor is again called upon to chronicle fer u word of comfort to our dear sister Has comrarted with responsible funs lor Its plants Presium Saddle Stallion 3 years old, by bilver and will have the Ice and Electric Plains ceutplc this event by drawing on his imagina- "Let not your heart be troubled, neither :M. CRAIG, tion to mako the bride and groom the let it be afraid." Tho loving links which tnl in about titty davs, the Water Plant soon afDR. t carllng Saddle Stallion by Star Denmark; ter t Saddle Mare by On Time, a full sjslcr toTal. In order lo place individual contracts In adHoinoopathlo Physician, best and most respectable people in the bind us hero must be broken. "Shad- msge and in foal 10 lllack Squirrel: vance for Wsler and l.Icctrlc Light, the Compauy Saddle Mnrc In fnallo Mlver Time: offers the following - KENTUCKY county. His only pay is to be asked for ows and sunshine is life; flower and -Saddle Mare by Woodtord Denmark, in lual to STANFORD, Necessary water pipes will be laid, connected 10 a few extra copies of his paper to send thorn." Wo weep for tho shadows that Silver Time; mains al actual ctt lor pipe and work. Mare by Abdallah Messenger, in fsal to I.uci Office Hours: 10 to n a. m.; to 3 p. m.; 8 to Flee trie wires put In and necessary fixtures furto some absent friends. have fallen on your home, but we pray fer; . t p. m. on nished free ol tharge Don Lancaster street, oppositecourt-nouse- . Office once baby, onco happy for your peace. May God holp you to 14 PacingofMare, in foil toin foal Pirraro; To be of best ijualiiy and guaranteed toglse In time tho head other Marcs, to Jacks: 39- - jr satisfaction groom, but now n man well advanced in lilt the cross, which is weighing your 6 Geldinirs;yearling M The schedule of adopted rate Is I rem 151030 ites, la ct them mare. 94 hradof per cent lower than is usually glvi-Mule Colts, Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co year:?, is brought down by death. Again spirit so heavily, and enable you to look 4 work Mules; tho physician is called in and makes his beyond earth's storms into fields of un Cattle; Schcdulo of Yearly Water Rates. Minersand shippers ofthe GENUINE j head ofImplements ef csery dcsmptleii, inbill, tho undertaker is present and offi- fading bloom, where this loved one is cluding Dwelling of 1 rooms, one faucet , .. $S 00 Interest in a Thresher; ciates at tho funeral, and in timo wants waiting and watching for you. Each additional room Dix Cutting Hoi; Each additional faucet lSHj)))B JZ-I 00 agents for Stanford and $100 for performing the last sad rites, v was preached by Elder W. His funeral Try it. We are the sole a Slf. Hinders; Stores, Hanks and Private Offices, laucct. 501 Rowland. Office corner ol Depot street and Mowers: Haths, private, one teuccU . 3 00 while the editor is expected to complete T. B. White, of the Christian church, a Wheat Drills; a Hose attachment lor sprinkler . jco inoolNS A WATTS. the drama by holding up tho deceased after which his remains were laid to rest a Hay Hakes; Stables, privatr, one animal , s Ctt Wagons; 3 Each additions! animal I 00 as a model gentleman, and one who at in tho Crab Orchard 'cemetery, to mako Harness, Plows, Plow Gear, .Is; Muggy; WILLIAM ItlORELANO, famipresent is flying up tho golden stairs- the first grave of a Light Hates. Electric I Surrey; Dealer in the above Dealer ill I Spring Waron; The probabilities aro at the same time ly. May he rest in peace is the prayer For commercial useKoad Cart; Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs Aunt I). sGencral that the baby, tho groom and the dead of many hearts. Tnccther with a variety of other praprrly used Solicited. Slock Cattle and Sheep a specialty. One arc and three 16 c. p. incandrse ent lamp $70 co per year on a far a, ton tediaus to mention. G&odssold for Cash only. man have been so infernally stingy that - Junction City. Persons having any of the above described uck For 10 c p each incandescent light, per mo. Co Terms liberal and made known on day of sale. " a for sale or wishlnt, to purchase same, will do wi.ll 66 T. II. IIUIOHT. 7t have just received my Fall Stock ofshoes and he has stinted his wife and children and j ' to call on or address me An experience of fifteen TO THE YOL'NO MEN OKL'RAIl OKCHAKI). cordially invite the citizens of thts vicinity to call 11 years in this business has been of profit to me and JJ ' " Wo wish to extend to you all, who In and examine them. Goods sold lower than ev- had never contributed one cent to the think I can make ! profitsUe both to the buyer Par Residence Use headquarters tor Staple and support of his local paper. er. Remember I am and seller P O address Stsnford, Ky, 10 For 1st itc p. inceudesccnt lamp per mo.. stood with such noble spii its and minisFancy Groceries: Will soon have a complete line PUBLIC Office at the AJjers House. What does the editor get? He gets tered to the wants of Henry, our dying " ad " of Hardware lu stock. 43 II H I. y I. Rowland, Ky. J. H. HILTON, 31 left. Middleton, Pa., Advocate. " 4lh" " " " we all wish to ofier to you our sin LUKD. ST0.CK END CROP. boy, aj m For additional cerest thanks. May peace attend you Forlurther informalien, apply te Love's Aphorisms. J W HAYDP.N.Sup't, &c & Pick out the best girl you can find. A all while iourneyinc bore, and when in As Executor of George Vaughn, deed , I will REAL AGENT at his late residence are called to lie sellCrab Orchard pike, ', mllsts from Stanford the sunset of woman is more apt to love you the less an on STANFORD, KY., down on the couch of death, may gen Ky. Painter you are deserving of her. Housed Sign, Decorative Nov. 1st, 1892, The girl who never insisU upon hav- tie hands smooth your pillow and loving ' and Paper Hanger. The following property, lie oil ing her own way before marriage is very words comfort you as you pats from I have tute a number of FARMS fer sale ol the Country work solicited - - Estimates furnished. Landsin Lincoln county. earth into a haven of rest prepared for terv best II svv F likely to get it afterward. 216 is I"ir 1 liese Farms are all well Improved and good those who love the Savior of mat), is the sue from 50 to 500 Acres. rich lands, running Antagonize her parents if you wish to Of good land, well improved; has good residence, Considering Ihcis totality, their richness and ferJ Il.YEAGER make her love you. Tho girl who mar- prayer of his mother, I.'M. BRUCE. barn and other outbuildings, and water, and adtility of soil, the convenience of lurnpUt and railMits. O. P. Kino. joins the lands ol S. II. Shanks, J. K. Lynn ami A roads that bring markets right to our door, ihey ries to nuit her father and mother lives F. Molwrly. arc cheaper lhan the Lands uf any other lOunty in YEAGER, BRUCE cash; balance in one and the State There is scarcely a Farm in the counonly in the story hooks. two years with Interest. Aim ty oser ) miles frnm a detot. STABLE, Because marrying for love is a luxury, FEED AND The county is checked with turnpikes running UVBT, Vil Vd sWjWsVh Four Ilrood Mare, s Mares and Colts, i rood inevcry direction is not a puldk roml en it does not follow that doing so for work Hurse, i Jennet and Colt, i old Jen- tering the county scat that M lint MacadHinucd Calves, we have the Knoxville llranch of 2 I. N It STANFORD, KY. money is a necessity. We desire Unllii. Iin i I'Iiiii, net, a ('own and old Heller,403 Kwes, andSeuth(on R. dividing the county from Kast theWest,Vand the llucks, Sows Shoats, 10 Love after marriage is generally a very auiut ao acres 01 corn In the Held, stacks timo- C. S. R R I rum North to "iwth: the K C. R R effect July 1st and reThoabose firm went into : xoo : thy liny, 2 stu ks of Oats, 2 .Mowing Machines, Irom this place to Cincinnati, crossing the C ,t O spectfully asks a snare of the patronage ofthe affair. Rraier, Wheat Drill, Hay. Kale, at Winchester, giving full access lu the markets of W -- Interior Journal THE BLUE AND THEfGRAY. Ily the flow of the inland river, Whence the fleets of Iron havo fled, quiver, Where blades of the grave-graAsleep are the ranks ofthe dead: Under the sod and the dew, Watting the judgement day; Under the one the Blue, Under the other the Gray. ss IN MEMORIAM. TO THE XiADrES. Pine Stock Farm For Sale. Saturday, John H. Cattleman. A. O. Lanham ROYAL LIVERPOOL. 1 insurance Company, flOYAi battle-bloo- d ValuableFarming Lands Court-House Contains about Acres 1 - $j-t- d g, NEW BUTCHER SHOP. first-clas- POWDER 1 s Fresh Groceries --- sun-ray- 1 Absolutely Puro THE BEST Greatest Abundance -- THE 1ULEY HOUSE LOWEST PRICKS. JESSE WEAREN'S - STHAXJB & CO., . South-boun- d PUBLIC SA3LE 1IOISE Blue-Gra- ss North-bound-- A- DCXTTEIttr STABLE PRICE, ICE AKTO BEER. well-know- n 1 DR PENNY, 1 Dentist Thursday, Jack 1 B Jonnot ! 1 1 1 fVfljiQjEv Watertight and Ice 1 1 JOHN .- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Original Jellico Coal. One-ha- lf 1 rxm m . 1 J. H. EILTOIT, -:- - broken-hearte- d 1 Merchandise. - 1 . 1 SALE 57-i- ansm bqwell, K. T. BUSH, ESTATE Stanford, 111 tl life-yo- u Tuesday, 53-j- ni TIic Farm of Terms:-One-thi- Acres & rd M Good Farm For Sal. Acres, ' Tln-r- e 1 1 one-sid- ed Containing is public. 1 sell-Ra- 1 1 NEW RIGS AND HORSES turnouts will leave the stable. 57 Have been purchased and nothing but first-cla- is Give tlicm a Call. THE gOFFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY., The first bank in the United States was tho Bank of North America, chartered by Congress at the instance of Robert Morris, in 1780, and by tho Stnto of Pennsylvania in 1781, with n capital of $400,000. It is still in existence in Philadelphia with a capital of f 1,000,000. The first bank of the United States was incorporated in 1791.: "1 hav6 spring house, large pond, Ac. All unded good fence. Call on or address Well improved, 45 acres to go In wheat. It has a No. t dwelling on It, good barn, buggy house, ire house cabins In yard, two wells, fine spring and Kockaw.iy, a lot of Fence Posts, 11 stands Ilexs, alotol Ilrick, Harrow, a Wagons and all other Farming Implements usu.illy fouud on a farm, and 1 1 first-iUis J. M.lJROWNAWlrE, Forty-Nin- e 51-4- Near McKlnney, Ky Shares of Bank Stock Notice to the Traveling Public. ' ....I have had.. .. f JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. Hotel, renovated and refurnished, is now in uiy charge and I intend to conduct it no as to not only maintain its high reputation, but to add to its long list ol friends. Special accommodations for commercial travelers and fine rooms for thedisploy of samples, VI 1'his one have Paul, "in whatsoever state I am there- loons in connection with Hotel and of the best sa night; a niht In the State, open day with to be content." This is indeed a man meets all trains. In connection with House the best Mineral wells have also one of commendable eentitnent, but at the same and for reference the water, call on Mr in and btato Mrs. to n W. Patrick. Louisville. Mr and Mrs. Flovd In- time it must be borne in mind that Paul Erin, Tenn.A. A.Warren, Stanford, Dr. was never in the State of New Jersey in Sram, Proctor, C. II. Braum.Mr. and Mrs T W. Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Johnson. mosquito time. New York Herald. New Haven, Jim Cox, Greensburt;. Rales $j per learned," says the Apostle ii THE SHELTON MOUSE At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and Ten in the Farmers Kink & Trust Co. and 14 in the First National of Sta ford, is in tho .Six ton National ol St Joseph Mo., and 10 In First National of Fort Scott, Kansas. At the same time uud place I will sell S good Ilrood Mares and some well bred oU. Colts, and name nice yearlings and Fillies Terms made knots 11 on day of sale. W A. HAIL, Uxecutor George Vaughn, deed 5? rcWNorfolkiWesternRi Schedule July 17, iSJ A 37-t- First-Clas- s And I1ILLIARD and f GASH for - The Dismal Swamp, in Virgiuia, one Saloon ROOMS attached. of the largest of tho swampy tracts in POOL JOSEPH COFFEY. America, is one of tho most promising areas for reclamation. It coutaius fully 1,500 square miles and is at present of little value, except for a supply of. tim- day. J. M. Potrcy, clerk. Give me a call J. W. CARR1KR, Prop. ,soiy LEAVE NOIt'ION DAILV Illuefield, Pocahontas and intermediate stations. 1000 a m lor Illuefield, Radlord.TKoanokc, and Lynchburg, Richmond and Norfolk. Also (via Roanoke) for Washington, Hagcrstewn, Harris-burPhiladelphiaaod New York, Pullman SlccDinz Cars from Loui'villo to Nor folk via Norton and Radford; also Radlord to New York, via Shenandoah Junction, also Rad lord to Washington; Iso from Lynchburg 10 Richmond. Trains for Pocahontas, Powhatan mid Goodwill leave Illuefield daily at o 05, a 111, 315pm and 71c pm. Trains arrive at Norton Irom the East daily at r 30 p ra 3:00 p m for Graham, I INSURANCE AGENT Representing.. .. J. II. BAUGHMAN, FIRE AND STORM ber." We authorize our advertised druggist to sell you Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, upon this condition: It you are afflicted with I. a Grippe and will use this rem euy according to directions, giving it a fair trial andexpcrince no benefit, you ma v return the bot tie and have your money relunded. Wa maki this offer because of the wonderful success of Dr. King's New Discovery during last season's epidemic Have heard of no case in which it failed. 1 rial ootues iree at Ac 1 ry 11, R Penny's drug store. Large tiie 50c and $1, Highest cash market price paid Quarantood Curo for La Orlppe. Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, $c-'a- t M. F. ,yr ELKIN & CO., STANFORD, KY. Washington and Chattanooga Limited, a train nf Pullman Coaches and sleeping cars runs daily via Shenandoah Valley' route, stopping only at t Companies. I would Luray. Shenandoah, Basic, Roanokoand Radford. All of which a;e North Hound Limited leaves Kadfont 11 j6 p m. be pleased to wait on my friends in this line. Pol. For further information as to schedules, rates, iciesnroinntlr issued. Will insure against torna and lightning. Lightning claus- - A'C , apply to agents of Norfolk & Western Kail-rodoes, wiud storms W II. HE VI LL, or to ts attached without additional charge Gen Passenger Agt., Itoanoke, Va, Office at First National Dank Stanford. firitt-ctaad Hartford, of Hartford, Conn., Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, Ins. Oo. of North America, " and 645pm the whole world, llesides, wo have three large Flour Mills in the county thai give us a market for all our grain right at home,- and the develop ment ol the mountain regions ol Kaitern and n Kentucky bv imlro.ids and the outlet booth by railroads has created such a demand for all kinds of cereals and nrovender tha wecan scarcely retain enougn lor nomeconsumptim. T he people are prosperous, generous and kind, believing in Christianity and education. Tliete Is not a neighborhood in the county but has a gcod church and school-housStanford, th county seat of Lincoln, is a prosperous little city of about 7,300 inhab.tants and is the great doorway from the North and Northeast South and from the Northwest to Southeait. and standing as it does gazing right Into the bosom ofthe undeveloped mountains of Southeastern Kentucky backed up by the whole Illue Grass recion 01 me aiaie wiiii railroads running through it to all points of the compass, makes it naturally one of the best located towns In the South for mannfactures and other enterprises nf magnitude. Wjter Works are now being agitated and right of a 11. lie above the town about there could be erected Water Works with very little cost thai would supply a city of 150,000 inhabitants with the purest and best water in the world. Our lit t lo city hss been newly rebuilt in the last few vearsand its business house ard res. idcnceswill coinpare(with larger cities of greater pretensions. Our merchants and tradesmen are all prosperous and doing well. We base two banks with a capital stock ol $400,000 that aie prosperous and in a good condition. We have splendid schools. We have a Female College, a large brick building, with over 100 pu pils in attendance and under the prlncipalship ol froi.j.M. iniDoaru, is in a uoiirisiiing condition. We also have a Seminary that Is a good school, with Prof. II. F. Johnson, at Its head. We have one of the best Public School buildings ic Ibis section of the State, with over 100 pupils in attendance, and with other good private schools, you see our school facilities are excellent We have elegant church builnings, representing every denomination, with a full corps 01 ministers of lias class talent and are doing a better business than any class of men in the city. I have tried to make this statement as facts, without anv exaggeration or coloring, as thosq who know will beam e out, and those who wish to buy pleasant homes at lair prices and locate amon a good people with all the best surroundings, would do well to call and see me before pur chasing elsewhere South-eastere. three-fourths -- L" MI "all Junction City Marb!e& Granite Works JUNCTION CITY, KY. Have just erected a new Marble and Granlle Houho and am fully prepared to fill orders for all kind oi Marble and Granite work. I have in my employ skilled workmen from the East. My freight facilities can not be excelled and I will not be undersold. 38 JOE S. WEIGHT. I - rr "" VWrtSs Having removed my Barber Snop to the Com merciol Hotel, I am 8 Prepared to Accommodate Ladies as well as Gentlemen, wailed on. Call nn me. an anything they may wish in my line. Chll-als- o JESSE THOMPSON, In Commercial Hotel.