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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892101801 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. DANVILLE. Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. OCTOBER 18. 1892. NO. 67 nnd others ready for contract. There is rtSS1 no boom or attempt at a boom, but a Mr. A. G. Datilol. of Atlnnln, for steady and natural growth arrising from OPENS SEPT. 14, 1802. merly o( this place nnd Lancaster, was hucIi advantages. 1 of ituilv a follow. Agricultural, Scientific proleisora and instructors, eight c )jr in towu Mouilnjr. Has Thorn in PuTlio several tests that have been made lllologictl, Civil EnaiiiLfrinx, Mechanical Engineering, Veterinary Claulcal, Normal School. County MoCroary and Boyd Hoiib. J. U. rity and! Brilliancy. of tho force of ttie water have been very appointed received free of tuition. Hoard in dormitories t) per week, in private tamiiies (o $1. Winchester spoko hero Monday to large For catalogue apply to satisfactory. With light pressure it was JAS. K. PATTERSON, Ph D , Prea., Lexington, Ky. democratic audiences. A Full Description of the Three thrown higher than the cupola of the W. L. Welsh 1ms Bold his property e and ciimo with such force Plants, on :5d street to Hov. J. T. Lapsley for that two stalwart firemen were unable $1,500. possession given November 1. to hold the nozzle. They will bo betKrnost Maltravers, a welbknown JUST COMPLETED AT A COST OF $30,000. ter drilld after tho fire apparatus, J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. colored man, died Saturday of dropsy which has been ordered, arrives, when and was buried Sunday in the colored Tick Water, Light ami Ice plants ate a test will bo made both of the water Scusloii 1892. cemetery. now in complete shape and running like force and tho skill of the firo fighters, a Full torps of Con or atory and Normal Schoot teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music and Police Court cases Monday morninp: clock works. Pew of our people have n large company of whom, und.r Chief I. An Excellent hoarding department Catalogue and circulars furnished on application. MarkBbury, drunk, J5 nnd costs; correct idea of the magnitude of tho en- Mack Rruce, has been organized. j'orter Kosa Nance, Kitty William?, breach of terprises and in order that they may The company lias nlbo placed ono of In the tho pence, 12 daya more fully understand ami appreciate tho finest electric light plants in the nil negroes. them and the hjucflts that will accrue State, furnishing either arc or incaudes- I.ov. George 0. Barnes closed his from them, no will describe them In cont lights at the lowest possible rates. JUDGE THOMAS ZANTZINGER MORROW. meeting Sunday by n powerful pennon full from notes taken ou a visit with An power engir.e drives tho Monday, Mr. U. J.O. Howe Friday night. To be- - twodynnmoR, one of The above picture is intended for our on tho resurrection. which has a ca and Tuesday be will deliver Ida lecture?, uiuatthe beginning: Lnxt npring, tho pacity of 30 arc lights of 1,'JOO candle handsome- Circuit Judge, but our;artist During the year 1S92 I shall keep constantly on in which ho endeavors to prove that the city council, after nuincrniiM and sundry power and the other a capocity of GOO failed to do him itiRtice. we will say nar- - hand a full and complete stock of of failure, wero l'.nglish people aro th descendant fortunate onougli to make 10 candle power inrandecents. At antbetically and by way of apology to thu lost tribes of Israel. Hu lias had a contract witli the Howe Pump A prase tit it is thought that there will bo his wife nnd nine hoys. yootl and attentive audiences during all Kuglne Co through its president, Mr. iuBiitllciont for tho demand and another Judge Morrow was born of German-fris- h parentage in Fleming county in II. .1. C Howe, to build a frystom of will be purchased the meeting. h soon as "needed. Mr. Unary Harbour, a bunker cf water works and an electric plant for a The machinery of this plunt is the latest 18:15 and moved to Hoylo in 1S4S, where, Helena, Montana, ami ft former student apt'cified ntinual rental of ho many liro and best made ami all the appliances in 1S55 at Centre College, ho graduated of Centre College, in hero on n visit to plugs and Htreet lights and it has turned necesnry to a complete systom aro in in a class, each member of which has My stock of old friends. Mr. H. I., lllakoman baa out that it made a master stroke. Tho place. The engine is run by steam from since attained reputations more or less wherj he Arm hits fulfilled every part of its con returned from Knox county, the sttino boiler that runs thejpump en- national. The following year he graduhaa been for three months surveying tract and proved itself worthy of the gines and the ice machinery, thereby ated in tho Transylvania Law School land in tho interest ol ttu Heirs oi mo, will of nil our people. The first materially reducing tho cost nud enab- and located in Somerset for the practice Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers of Kincald, once a ! late Hon. John Bten of Mr. Howe, who hna Bunnrinteua- - ling the company to furnish lights to of his profession, as a local partner of drompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas ing law ypr of Stanford. Mr. Illakoinnii ed the entire work, was to purchase of oureitizens at nearly f0 per cent, less Joshua F. Hell. In 1S5S ho was elected DALTon in charge. A. R. PENNY. thinks hid survey Hbow that said heirs Mrs. IS T. Rochester 5 J acres of land, than in other towns. The lights too nro county attornev and in 1S01, as a coer- aro entitled to 0,000 acres of valuable including the famous I)gan's Fort unusually bright and compare more tiouist lie recruited in part tho 32d mineral lands, now in the posnesoion, or Spring, at a cost of Ji.lOO. On this ho j than favorably with Louisville and Kentucky Infantry and served as its after so, of other jMirtiots. partly erected it mmt subtitantial brick build is started n lit lieutenant colonel for nine months, Thomas Cecil anil It. fa. kumoii woio inR for .ht. m.lcj,ii)ery, 32x100 feet, with tlo before ." m. und runs till nfter sun- w hich he was elected a representative i: .. ., county. In 1MJ3 ho was tried in tho recorder's couit Saturday for ,0 . i H,.,,fl,ni..,i so ftB rise. Tho iiicandescents can be b used a'l from Pulaski Sutur to keep the dust and dirt from it. In a breach of tho peace, committed chosen .state senator, which position ho night, the commercial arcs till 10 i m., day, tho Sth inst. Mr. Kusaell was this loom are three boilers, two of 85 except on Saturdays when a delegate to they go till held four years. He was charged with having menaced Mr. Cecil and one of 50 horse power, only one of midnight. Tho tho National republican convention in street arc are run till with a pocket knife and a butcher kuifo wlrch is mod. the others being kept in 15 minutes after the arrival of the Iniis-vill- e 1870 and elector for the and with strongly Insinuating that Cecil r 'serve for omergencii h A smoke stack, train, when they aro shut oh" till 15 In 1SS0 he was alternate delegate to the . t t State-a- t had stolen it cow, ami .Mr. uecw ioof,vt high and :tj fri hi diameter, minutes before thu arrival of tho north Chicago convention from the with having shot at Mr. Hussell Ml,8 nboV() ,lt, furnam, , large and in 1SSI5 was tho republican frishes bound train and then run an hour. The y .We arc making. twice with a pistol. Cecil was tried huc, R draft that Uic cheapest kiud of reason that they are not lighted nil night candidate for governor, making witli .... ln.,v ,.,.,. ,.., ......i r..0 la that the carbon is only good for eight Gov. Knott a spirited and memorable and lined $510. Kuaaell was ,, the court Iin.i tried by a jury nnd acquitted, although j Um) rHervoin,( of a capacity 0f io(ooo hours. The management is taking canvass He was elected circuit juuge four of tho jury held out for n time in and IWO.OOO gallons respectively, aro con great pains to avoid the dickering, irreg- of thu Sth district iu 1SS0 and since then favor of imposing n tine. Btantly kept full. Pipes l nnd 4 inches ular liidit that is so annoying in other has occupied the bench with distinguishin diameter aro laid to Bullnlo Spring, places and it is succeeding to n great ex- ed nbiiitv, fidelity and credit. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. (V50 feet away, and to Tale's Spring, L'.OCO At the time of his election as judge he tent. John Young Hout, son of Uev. Co- feet, and pumps are going all thu time In addition to these plants, thecompa-n- y was department commander of the G. Of lon Kont, wai married last week to Miss adding to thu supply of the Fort Spring. has put in an ice plant of a daily ca- A It for Kentucky anil chairman of tne of Versailles. State Central Committee. He is now In the machinery room are two large pacity of seven tons. Since its purchase Susio Scearce, Mr. James V. Clitlbrd, formerly dis- pump engines of a capacity each of a number of the very latest improve- the republican candidate for judge in patcher at this place, but now of Cle 500.000 gallons n day and these work ments hnve been added and it is now in the now district composed of Pulaski, fi burne, Texas, was married, last week to automatically on the direct pressure tho most complete anywhere. There Rockcastle. Whitley, Wayne and Clin without op ton, having been nominated Inura Kills, of Louisville, who m tein, using only tho power to force the are four cold storage rooms of0,-10cufor a time in the millinery business here water to town and reach the highest bic feet, in which the ice can be stored, position in his own party nnd the demoand point in it. Ordinarily the pressure is but so far there has been no need for crats have wisely accorded him a walkThey will arrive in Stanford SHOES THIS SEASON. spending n while with friends hero SOpouudj, but in case of tlio It can be them. The ice is absolutely pure. The over. nfter Judge Morrow married Miss Jennie will go to Texas to live. We extend more than doubled. Only one of tho water is the best In thu country in the pump engines is used, tho other being first place and alt of it is distilled before Bradley, a sister of Col. W.O. Bradley, and congratulations and best wishes. ready to work in case it is needed. being used. The L. & N. has contracted eight children have blessed their union. Nine prisoners, including Milt Kin-dalAs compared with the stand pipe, the to get its ice from the company next year The years sit lightly on them and they tho Scott comity murderer, broko direct pressure system has many advan- and there is every indication that its full live iu peace ami contentment in their juil At Lexington. home in Somerset, with tages. It forces tho water fresh from capacity will be taxed nextjseason. The handsome A gang of roughs attacked a Salvathe spring, with uniform pressure, while plant has reduced tho retail price of ice plenty of this world's goods to gratify tion Army detatclunent at Wyandotte, with tho stand pipe system the water f and tho wholesale V,Q per cent, every desire. Mich., and in a free light that followed stands for days and becomes warm and The judge yesterday began the last of besides giving us better and purer ice. Llout. Carrie Low was prtoably fatally stagnant In winter, too, the trouble The three plants have cost in tho ag- his courts bore. During bis term of h'ix injured nnd four other persons seriously from freezing is very great, while with gregate JtiO.OOO and in view of thu Ilnrge years, ho has by strict attention to busihurt. the direct pressure and underground expenditure nnd the very; low rate ness nnd uniform courtesy, endeared The telegraph operators and station pipes it is obviated. that the products are furnished, it is himself to both the bar nnd people, who agents of tho Ciulf, Colorado and Santu There have been laid six miles of hoped that our citizens will not lonly will part with him with reuret nnd sinFe system went out on a strike beeauo street mains ami eight miles of service lend their aid to advancing the interests cere good wishes. of a refusal lo make UK. the monthly pipes. They ruu through nearly every of the company, but patronize it Jliberal-ly- . CHURCH AFFAIRS. maximum pay nnd to mako -' hours a street in town and to Howland and and for It Ha big thing for" Stanford and work, with pay for extra time. da) 's Needuiore, in each of which places are ouuht to be, as indeed it is, fully appie It is likely that tho great Southern The political campaign in Teunesseo lire plugs and many citieus have water Cxatorla eurr Colic, Constipation, tochlldren that "Cftstorla dated. Tho Howe Pump it Kngine Co., Presbyterian Seminary will be located at I recommend U so well adaptedany prescription Hour btomnoli, IM.irrhrva. to be waxing very warm. A joint in their houses. Tho L. & X. has a conltn superior to veins Kills Worms, gives slwp, and promotes diof Indianapolis, lnd., owns all the stock Louisville. H. A. Ancnea, H. V., kuown to me " gest ton. discussion between GongreNtman linloo tract to take 00,000 gallons n day and Tho Uaptiht Govern! Association Without Injurious medication. but 510,000, which is owned locally, Jaiul Ill So. Oxford St , Brooklyn, K. Y. nnd John II. McDowoll, chairman of tho tiiose in position to know say that it s upon which there is a guarantee of 7 per meets at Covington 'ov. 12. Itev. G. Tub Cistaor CouruhY, 77 Murray Street, N. Y third party State committee, at Converts tho best water on the line, having very cent, interest yourly. Of course that W. Perry mini will preach tho annual inville, resulted in n personal difficulty ho little lime or sediment. The engines company will practically manage, tho troductory sermon. t w een the two Khler Wallace Tharpo will lecture at have to be cleaned out lees frequently concern, though at preeeut all tho u -- At ii'i. t .. ..i. .... 1.1.. .!..sh ., rmsuurg B,IC0 u hMJ msob used and there is a located bore, Col. W. U. .Welch the Christian church in Huston ville ou republican marcliing ciun, Kinuig one saving in various ways. J. N.MENEFK being president, A. R. Penny treasuror Friday next. The proceeds will go to a A. C SINE man and injuring four others, two of The road ollicials had thought serious- and J. W. Hayden secretary and gener- good cause and the West End people whom will die. Threats were made to ly of moving their shop? from Rowland al manager. Tho whole) will be under expect and hope a large attondanre. lynch Charles Ciledhill, tho motormau, to Livingston because of the scant water the supervision of Mr. Howe, who is When Bishop Dudley succeeds in but ho escaped ,and was afterwards ar- supply at tho former place, hut they not only a getting all tho colored lambs into the , s business man, but rested at his home. now find that we can give them n better a clever nud agieeablo man, Jwiio has Kpiscopal fold and Dr. Guerrant corrals 0 l'he land case involving about supply than either Livingston orCorbin, completed this great work without trou- all the wild mountaineers within the Virginia has acres in Southwestern both of which have failed In this exceed- ble or friction with anybody. It was a Presbyterian pickets, chickens and revbeen decided in tho United States circuit ingly dry spell, while on no day has all big day for Stanford when the city coun- enue officers will begin to prepare for court. Tliis removes nil barriers from the water been used here. In fact only cil contracted with him and each day the millennium. Louisville Times. the speedy development of the uropcrty the smaller reservoir has been need, the will Hud it nearer the realization of thu Mrs. S. C. Trueheart, in a letter to IBcpot Ofllcc nnd tho residents of the Big Stonu Gap larger never having boon called into hopes of the most sanguine citizen. Stan- tho Central Methodist of this week, sajs region are much gratified over tho de- service. This settles the (inoHtion of the ford bus at la9t awakened from its Rip ono friend of the late Stephen Noland cision. democratic barbecuu was permanent location of tho shops at Row- Van Winkle sleep and its citizens nro has agreed to give $2,500 of tho $5,000 A given at Quincy, III. Democratd attend- land and is of itself worth many limes determined to make it a city of thu im- to eudow the lectureship in tho Scarritt Training School if the Kentucky Coning from Illinois, Missouri and Iowa. Hie cost of tho water works to tho town. portance that Its location, uatural and ference Society will give tlio remainder; (Late Alexander's Hotel.) present, tho Tlio L. V X. disburses over S10.000 a artificial advantages, entitle it to be. There were i50,000 people J5'jy.l7 has already been raised, leaving ' ' being delivered by tho Hon. month to its hands there, tho larger speeches Accounts of the great Colorado storm but Sl,S0.s:i to be collected, which will M. Springer, Senator Mills, A, p.ut of which finds its way to tho cofWilliam Rates $2.50 Per Day. In addition to with suow live feet deep ou tho level nud nodoubt be promptly done. Jessamine IS. Stevenson, Gen. J. C. Ulnck nnd Hon. fers of our merchants. depth'of 18 l'eet, suggests a Journal. Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-Housthis the water system, coupled with a drifted to a Frank Lawler. mild, warm, striking contrast with the Itev. P. T. Hale, formerly pastor of At Monroeville, Ala., four negioes well equipped tire company, will reduce : W. R. LOGAN, ltlchnrd L. Johnson and our insurance rates, as in Harrodsburg bright weather' which wo have enjoyed the Danville Baptist church, has been A. V. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, who murdered d.iy uftor .day for weeks. vory successful in his pastorate at BirManager. Marshall, clerks. daughter, Miss Joaie, were hanged and other water works towns, nud while iu tliis region bis J. J. tho storm regions bus been mingham. When he went there in 1SSS mob and their bodies filled with it may slightly increase our taxes, they Suflering in by a great and attended with loss'of life, hu- the church was a wooden structure with bullets. Another mob was coming to will still bo lower than Danville, Lancas171 members; now there are 500 memOno of the ne- ter and other towns without any of thu man and brute. burn them at the stake. Since her return from the South Mrs. bers and a $50,000 church was dedicated girl was out- advantages that we enjoy. groes confessed that the Compared with rates in other places, Lease has thrown up tho third party n fewdays ago. It seats 12,000 people raged before she was killed. and is openly advocating Presi- and is taxed to its capacity every SunCalifornia will send to tho exhibi- the water charges to individuals here sponge She has day. The pipe organ cost $2,500. fully 50 per ceut less, while tlu wa- dent Harrison's tion at Chicago a section of iono of her are bo ter is as good ai tho best. Tho supply, been ollered 13,000 n week to speak for famous big trees. The section will A deal haa been completed at Chilli-coththe republican party iu New York. J0 feet long. too, is such that we can oiTcr induceUil feet In diameter mil O., by which tlio greatest coke Is Receiving His maug factories to locate here, The betting In New York city is ten This will bo divided into three parts, ments to field in the United States will be opened to seven and a half in favor of the demoup in the New river district, along thu ami these will be placed in their natural which they are sure to do in the near cratic national ticket. Chesapeake k Ohio railway, in West position, ono above tho other, and bo ar- future. Already busmen is looking up Post fc Co , electric supplies, Cincin- Virginia. The Vauderhilts are said to ranged as to form something like a two- - and buildings are being rapidly erected, Goods Warranted and a Perlect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call, intereated. a dozen or so being under construction nati, have failed for tlOO.OOO. atory house. WATERTIGHT & ICE. Stanford o M Ik STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. wenty-ven court-hous- Stanford Female College. Fall Tuesday, September 6tli, Jm?f work-Iioub- To-nigh- t, PENNY, DRUGGISTliAND JEWELER A. R. I , Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. Toilet Articles Glass, Books, WATCHES, CLOCKS & traWEIiBY I !Lex-ngto- n. y .,,, SHOES State-nt-larg- ') i , A s'SPKCIAITT nys-MI- m I LADI ES CHI LDREN & y l, M'ROBERTS HIGGINS. i one-hal- jllPlL-sss&-sssBassssstssrrsrssiiiiisilliisssls- sK Infants Children. Eyn-tatlo- a .. olll-cersu- I 1 tirst-clus- & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors The of and Yard Street, Stanford, Ky. 00,-00- STANFORD LUMBER YARD, tri-Stat- e THE WILLARD. 3M9MMS moMUQSM MS JM&ffl. e, Louisville, Ky. -- H.6.R0PLEY,-6- e, mi i!l$4. ! -- WAIAAWmTMM, (ROOBB PJMJUlik "TCT TFTW? Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal KY., 8TAKFORD, V. F WALTON. SIX : PAGES. Hons. Thomas 0. Bki.i. and John W. Hughes, of Mercer, spoko here Tester, diytoagood audienco which listened attentively to their clear exposition of OCTOIIEK IS. 1892 tho issues of the campaign. Both are thoroughly posted and their speeches were very effective. In the name of the democrats of Lincoln we oxtemd to tho gentlemen our heartiest thanks for their ellortH in the good cause. Tiik officers here havo received ples of the ballots for tho tion, marked "for educational purposes only " A rooster is tho emblem chosen by the democracy, an englo by tho republican?, a plow and hammer by the people's party and a Phienix by the prohibitionists samcoming; elec- FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Wanted. Hides and pelts. Marktt price. Julian Vest, tho butcher. Tho Somerset Republican reports gales of two lots of fat 3c. cattle at 2.10 to for ouisville : Store IHMBI B&rgainColumn GreatGelebration At Reduced prices in commemoration of the Discovery of America. Stanford shall be in the swim. Columbus li.ill be recognized and to do this we will devote the entire week to Carr a horse colt by Geo. Dictator $150. M.S. Baughman sold to Anderson William Morcland sold to Poor it cattle at 2.85 and Kmbry 21 1,000-poun- d 0 at 2c. M. F. Klkin bought of O. M. Spoon1 - Sgnatok BiiECKiNniDos and A. K. Denny, Esq., spokt at Grab Orchard Saturday and the former spent Sunday here. In response to a question of his of tlie vote against thu election bill, the Senator said: "I voted against it because, in the first place, 1 regard it as entirely unnecessary, it having beon constitutionally passed before. Then it prescribes ex post facto penalties and has the absurdity of ordering things to be done in August and other dates past, all of which would render it nugatory as well as unconst itutional. Had as soon ns wo the bill been in extraordinary session, I went back should havo voted for it, without question, but at this date, in the shape that it is in, its passage is n rellection on the intelligence of any legislative body." We are glad to give tho Senator's side of the case, ns wo like him too woll to want !! n. mi. dim liia nnlitical i?ravc. afi without this explanation he seemed to be fast doing. :: Mr 'v. Tiik apathy of the demociaw in this county is becoming alarmiug and unless something is dono n very light vote will bo polled. The republicans, on tho other hand, ara organizing nightly and will as usual, poll their full strength. Wo are on tho ove of a very importaut election and we beg of our friends to bestir themselves. Lincoln county must give Claveland, McCreary. Sautley and Owsley 500 majority or more and it will if the democrats will wake up. It is just three weeks from tho election, but much can bo done in that time and we hope everv democrat will feel it encumbent upon him to go to work. The republican convention at ville nominated Capt. Win. llerndon for circuit judge, but made no nomination attarnoy, 6o our for commonwealth's fortunate young townsman, Mr. John Sam Owsley, Jr , will be accorded anIn the other race other walk-ovehavo a practical walkJudge Saufley will over if every democrat does his duty. Herndon'B only hope lies in democratic disaflectiou and the Kangaroo ballot, but he'll be as much mistaken as if he had burned his shirt. Danr. The board of control of the World's Fair invited Hon. Henry Watterson, the distinguished editor of tho Courier-Journato deliver tho dedicatory address on the 21st aud he has accepted. The selection is a incwt happy one. Mr. Watterson may be lacking in the arts of the finished orator, but what he will say will have more meat in it than a dozen such addresses by so called silver tongues liko Breckinridge and Daniel. l, ft Id. inn rC Tue Somerset Republican will not be allowed to sleep the sleep that knows no waking. Mr. A. A. Lewis has resumed charge and in a few weeks will make it Aa he resigned a $4 a a day government job to return to his mutton, ho appeaw to have that confidence in the future of the paper, whirh we hope he will realize. semi-week- ly. B s Hon. Wayne McVeagu, a member of Garfield's cabinet, made a rousing speech for Cleveland and tariff leforra in Philadelphia Saturday. He was par ticularlv severe on his former party nud charged it with all kinds of corruption and venality. He says moreover, that Harrison's election was purchased, over $300,000 being used in Indiana aloue. ix ex cabinet officers iu the republican purty declare that they will vote for Cleveland and three more say they will Prominent re not vote for Harrison. publicans all over the country are abandoning tho party of fraud and corruption and all signs point to the election of Cleveland and Stevensou. Caknkmk knowB which side bis bread is buttered. Ho has contributed $100,-0to tho republican campaign fund in order that iio may be further protected andahlo to further griud hia employes. The election of Harrison means nuny more millions to him taken from the wages of honest labor. 00 11 &i: r. t1 J ' fel. n lIU" fc- Tiik Legislature is in a worse fix than ever. The two houses are at cross questions on everything and even conference committees can not untangle the skein Both bodies ought to of difficulties. acknowledge their incompetency and como home beseeching the pardon of an outraged constituency. H people for giviug them suoli a fair and There is no imnartial election mind of the constitution question in uh Alitv of it passage, or that in any event i will the vote under it no quesuonea. . .. .,.iiirlini f.nnl Tuniivsnri'rf funeral the Princo of Wales went to the horse races and for it he is being soundly . uy auuscuii... i.: cuMant.! Tim nrini'H -ih only a human after nil, and finds very f,,,,iK-furnit a ,. course than nakuu; -moracortege oi raw a wpeni. in the solemn the democratic Legislature, deserves the thanks of the J UDGK Morrow saya la. ..- - ",j"" "t- amore lOshoats nt ceuta and ouu head of butcher stuff at 2 cents. The Harrodsburg Democrat reports galea of 2 car loads of hogs at 4 to J and a lot of stock cnttloju J cents. "Tho Lexingtonrunniiig races begun NEWSY NOTES. Saturday ami will continue till the "itn bought tho with large purses and big raws each Chicago parties havo day. French Lick Springs property in Indiana O. J. Hamlin bought of J. II. Thayfor SoOO.000. er, Auierieus, by Onward, dnm by DicCleveland fiuished first in the baso tator, for $15,000. Ho has a record of ball games aud Louisville nth, losing b'2 2:15!. nut of 75 gamps. A. II. Rico bought in the Hubble Six Pennsylvania miners died after vicinity 21 head of oxtm good butcher drinking beer from a keg in which lay a cattle ntl' to -- J eentVand a lot "of "shipdead copperhead snake. 3 cents. Mr. Blaine declares he is not in pers at . William Moreland bought of various declined to politics any longer and has parties in this county 20 extra feeders take an active yatt in the campaign. to Samuel Weihl, of LexThe Kentucky veterans of tho Mex- at 3c and sold ington, 20 1,000 pouud cattle at 2jc. ican war will meet at Frankfort Nov. 15. J. B. Kmbry bought for Nelson MorA president and secretary will be electris, of Chicago, 32 export cattle of C. M. Near Leavenworth, Kas., a ufan Jones at U; of J. A. & S. T. Harris Is gulped down H glasses of whisky and head of same at 11 and 14 head at 4c. died in 15 minutes, his brain being James L. Yantis bus sold to Grove Kennedy his farm op tho Crab Orchard cooked. Fivn men and four race horses were and Lancaster pike, threo miles Irom the killed in a freight collision near New former place, for $0,000. It contains 20o j London, O. The horses were valued at acres. 515,000. Strayed or stolen, a little brown Senator Daniel declines tho invita-tio- mare from the hitching post at Smith extended to him to deliver an ora- Kmbry's shop. Any information of her tion at the dedication of the World's will bo thankfully roceivod. J. P. Bush, Fair buildings. Stanford. At Dixon Edward Herron waylaid W. M. McAfee has rented to Jell" I). mortally wounded John Winston. Jones his farm tho old Crow pla and Later, while resisting arrest, Uerrou was 102 acres, next year for $100. shot twice and soon died. Mr. McAf"o will move back to his farm A vine in a watermolon pitch in in Missouri. Reno county, Kas., has produced this In addition to tho jn;k bought nt vear 13 watermelons, me sainiiesi oi Bright'L sale for $505, Ban 15. McUob-erts- , which weighed D5 pounds. of Indiana, bought of Hiram Hiatt The Pennsylvania troops havo all a standard-brehors for $200. He w ill been withdrawn from Homestead. The take a car load of fino stock buck with military protection of the Cargegio works him. has cost tho State $000,000. William Moreland bought for Poor Tho domestic money order service A Ktnhrv 13 1.000 pound slop cattle of has been ordered established in 1.S47 John Murphy at 21c; of Mrs. Mary Ma- s throughout the theny (i at same price; of W. P. Grimes country, beginning yesterday. 22 extra good of same at 2e; of Silas G. W. Catron fell from the roof of Anderson 15 at 2.00 and of W. A. Adams the South Boeton Iron Works, at 12 at 2.35. 57 feet, nnd drove his anklo mules Robert Tarr sold 35 bones up to his knees. Ho will die. to a Pennsylvania man at $t)5. Charlton Thero is a fat min's club in Callo- Aloxander bought 100 cattle, averaging way county. It is composed of 12 memb- 1,250 pounds, at 3J and $1 premium on ers-all democrat. Tho heaviest man the head. Sales of n lot of export cattle weighs 200 pounds and the lightest 210 at 4 10 are also reported in the Paris pounds. Kentuckiau. Near Boiso City, Idaho, the vigilanThe farm of the late II R. Gentry, tes attacked eight men who had made it IviiiL on the Rush Branch turnpike and their business to pluuder, rob and kill, containing 305 acres, sold at auction Sat and wiped them out of existence by lite urday to Mensrs. R. It., O. K , J. 15. nnd and lead. RicliRrd Gentry at $30 There was a Reports from democratic headquar- fair crowd, considering that the sale was ters in Chicago btate that a thorough only of realty, and bidding was npir.t canvass of Illinois shows a decided democratic majority for both State aud NaThe drouth in the central jurt of DllS t in Imemnini' KTIOIH. tional tickets. ttm Tho Lexington Water Works Com- on the highways is dlsigreeablv deep. pany has brought suit against B. J. Tra- Fall crops are suffering. In numerous cy for $25,000 for depositing manure in regions farmers are experiencing great such a way as to defile the reservoir nnd difficulty in providing water for their render it unfit for use. live stock. Fon-f- t and meadow fires are Additional evidence has appeared to of frequent occurrence and in many inthe statement recently stances are of great distructiveness. substantiate large republican element in made that a -- W. E. McAfee, of this county, has Indiana will vote for tha State republi- sold to an agent of Marcus Daley the can ticket, but will cut Harrison. Rapidan, by Dictator, B. J. Treacy, tho horseman, tried to dam Madam Heudly, by Edwin Foroxt, whip S. A. Charles, the superintendent for $3,000. She is bred exactly like thu of the Lexington water works, for suing dam of Nancy Hanks and produced the liim for damaging the water.- CliarJes trotters Lockhart, 2:13, and Capt. Mac, drew a pistol und both were arrested. 2.2S). She is now at Dubuque, whern Tho old arsenal in which John she war sout to be bred to Nutwood. Brown made his last fight at Hi rper'n Ponv Beazley. of Garrard county, Ferry in 1S30, lias been transplanted to sold to Erubry, agent for Nelson Morris, Chicogo. Captain Donovau, who was Chicago, SO fat cattle, averaging 1,000 with Brown during the raid, will lecture pounds, at 4J. Same bought of J. T. ou it. ' cattle Huguoly40 heal of -- Riilrouds in Colorado arc blocked at 4 :55. and from Richard Cobb 11 aver by snow, which is from three to seven pounds at 41. Mrs. M. 15. . " feet deep in the cuts. Much damage Cook" has sold to S. L. Cook her farm of was dono in Denver by tho rain, 6teet 70 acres, on the Stanford pike 3j miles and wind storm, which lasted for sever- from town at Advocate. al days. At the sale of T. B. Bright in Gar- -' Undo'" tho now revenue law for the rard the jack and jennet stock was first coming year tho assessor will begin his offered. Thero were IS sold at an ng labors Nov. 15, and will have until Feb. gregate of $5,200 for the lot. The jacks 15 to complete them. Tho board of Suran from $100 to $505, the Inst going to' pervisors will meet tho 1st Monday in B. 15. MeRoberU, of Indiana; tho jenMarch. nets bold at prices ranging from $105 to By an explosion of gas in the Ster- $115. Stallions sold br follows: Luciling colliery at Shamokin, Pa., one man fer, to James Herring. $150; Silver Time was killed, four wore injured ami eight John Woods, $100; .1. k., Smith Baugn-ma- n, others were entombed. Three of the of Lincoln, $300; Marcella, trot latter havo been rescued ami they will ting mare, Cupt. Dave, ixgau. noyie, probihly die. $2S0; Florence J., bay mare, Leonard Tho survivors of tho Dalton gang Johnson, Mercer, $100; 18 head other threaten to attack Cofi'eyville, Kan., in horses, $14 to $155 per head. Mules, 24 order to wreak revenge for the killing of yearlings at $03 25. Record Homestead. It is also said their brother bandits. they will go to Independence and atOrn correspondents, with the honoratempt to rescue Kmmet Dalton. ble exception of the old reliable at of Dr. D. V Voyles, havo treated us quite shabbily this New Albany under Gen. Grant, adds an issue, but it will be observed that wo other to the long list of heretofore all the same. You can't keep a staunch Indiana republicans who find working man down. " frlinl thev 1'iinnnf conscientious! v sun 9 TiiEiiKbecms to be more suckers in port President Harrison for After tho great military parade in Ml.l.lleshoro than anywhere. The News a Xw York, Wednesday, the Columbus tells of three sharpers from n baker tothe monument was unveiled in .Central park candlestick maker, who victimized with appropriate ceremomes. ... ....... neonla there last week ana goi on wuu the display of fireworks, etc , was one iheir few remaining dollars. They don't the equal of which was seldom if ever seem to learn much by experience there, seen anywhere. but bite at every bait thrown to mem. 1 . -- o U VEVOOATS FOR MEN and Boys in all grades. NLY $1.25 for a Child's Overcoat. The New Cash Store. to Each Customer- - a JSTioe living Suit NDERWEAR FOR MEN, Of Clothes, a Cloak, a fine Dress, pair of Shoes, some nice UnderLadies and Children. wear, a nice pair ol Hoots, a nice Hat, a nice Overcoat at a less price Nlaundered Shirts 35c than can be bought at any retail house iu the Oountry. Mere is some each. of the prices we celebrate: A $3.50 Cloak for i2. 50, $4.5oClonk for $3.00, S7.00 Clonk for S5. 00, .j.OO Shoe " 3.00, 1.50, 2.00 Shoe 2.50 Shoe " 1.75, Hoot " 3.50, Hoot " 1.50, 2.00 7.50 Overcoat 5.00, 4.50 RISH FRIEZE FLANNELS, A S2.00 Ladies' Shoe for $1.50; .nud a $1.25 Child's Shoe for 75c. at 15c a yard. This is the way our sales slmll run through the entire stock for this NDIQO BLUE CALICO for week. All we give is low prices and good goods. Come and help this week 5c yard. us celebrate. J. S. HUGHES. S V HOES, ladies and gentle men, from 90c pair up. HAWLS, all wool, 75 cts. each. W. v Fi0 Is now ready for everybody with a full line of PEBKINS Staple Dry Goods and Dress Goods, Ladies' and Misses Cloaks, u ELVETS in all colors, Clothing' for Men, Boys and Children, Kruit. Shoes of all kinds. ImiII stock of Hoots for Men, Hoys and Chiland ALISES and Satchels 50 dren. Call and examine our goods and get prices. cents up. Highest market prices paid for Kg, Huttcr, Gensang and Dried V. K. EERICINS, Cral. Orchard. NFANTS dozen. d 25 cents. VORY Collar Buttons 5 cents Wool Hoods, only CALL AND SEE -- Our new Hue of- - HEATING L: B. Uh-claj- s post-office- Mid-dlesbor- o, INEN COLLARS for gen Coal Hods, Vaaes, Pokers, Shovels, Kitchen Sets, tlemen 3 for 25C INEN Handkerchiefs only Iron Pipe, cct 10 conts. STOVES Zincs, Russia K & W. H. WEAKEN. L E ADIES' JACKTTS $1 25 up. ADIES' HATS, trimmed and untriramed. ' TO THE CEILING WITH NGLISH Worsted Dress 15c. Goods, Caps for chil 1DERD0WN dren 50c. 3G-inch, NEW om-WT&' "a-- GOODS ! j EVERY LINE IS NOW COMPLETE - 1,507-pouu- .l s r W,V,TW,rtBWlfl "s". Rttm & & WW JlDNo m HITS for Meu, all Wool,! for $5. HORT Pants Suits from 70c up. MSVlilHAN(C.'jli aging-1.50- . j ABLE LINENS from 25c a yard up. RUNKS at Factory Pri ces. FARRIS .DcalersIn. HARDIN, k HAHDWABK, 4ArvL) O R VERSHIRTS from i'5c up. Queensware, Glassware, Tinwaic, Lamps, Chamber Sets, Dinner OVERALLS, blue, brown Sets. Also agents for t!.e Empire Wheat Drill. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, and gray. Dan-villi- ?, post-mast- er ap-ne- ED FLANNELS from 25 cents up. Wheelbanows, Cross Cut Saws, Fencing Wire and Staples, Haling IBBED HOSE for Chil- Wire, Horse Shoes and Nice Toilet, Chamber and Dinner Sets. dren in wool and cotton BEAD m Fresh Stock of GROCERIES Always on hand. All goods'sold . E VERY ARTICE on either floor is wortny of your attention at the Lou GUARANTEED as REPRESENTED,' Or taken back. Goods promptly delivered. isville store. MoEDTlTEY BHOS. JT ' - w-- , " .i. -.i -- "m ' - - . . JL.-- : .i ,! , Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Corn Shook Hrofl.' twlno nt McKinney 8. H. Stanford, Ky., K k Tiik Coluinbtid day celebration and The wcatlier continues warm and dry, iii picnic by thu common schools of that with no rain in sight. Stock wnter is Kerns wiinted Bt JJ. K. & W. II. Wenr- section will bo at Waynes burg instead very scarce and many have to haul it, in tt, O. WAtTON, I3UB. MQnBROr CI18 Ht 13 CUtltB. of Kingsville, next Friday. some instances for miles. ... Ji'BT received n nice lot of fnll nnd James JJauohman, colored, confessed Tiik lecture of Itov. Wallace Tharp, MEAHS BUSINESS. wintor cloaks. S. II. SIiaiiIch. to having stolen a lot of turkeys from at tho Christian church, next Thursday Enoravino heautllnlly and artistically To I.OAN. on reed eatnto seaurN Mrs. Kliza Kngleman and was given SO night, promises to bo well attended. donu ut A. H. Penny's. days in jail by Magistrate George P. Several young Indies are soiling tickets ty. Address Hox 10, Lnnrnetar, Ky. Bi'Y vonr hooka and ccliool Btirollea of . Bright. nnd they never fail to make tho man nil kinds from A. It. lYnny, who bu)1 IS'uw Cnlifurniii Dried Teaches, Aprithoy tackle buy. Tho proceeds are for a Call and secure bargains. tlu'iu at publiBiit'r pricvfl. Ckntiiai. Kentucky got all the officers good caim bik! if Mr. Tharp prove ns Havk your watch, clock tutd Jowoiry cots nnd Prunes nt A. A. Warren's. in the crand IoiIl'u and the next place of repaired at A. I:. Ijiiny'B. All work entertaining n lecturer ns ho is regarded No. Two. Prof. Stonewall Jnukson meeting too, Lexington having been cho warranted. ns n preacher it will be well worth paUkmummek tlintnll eilverwHre. wntclicfl, Pallium bin Hiiother child :it his house sen for the latter. Mr. A. C. Sine got tronizing. Misses Suo Baughmnn nnd an aci ring, Ac, houchtnt A. H. Penny's will n prl this time. !tl votes for grand warden, but was NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Norn Moroland had sold about worth be engraved fruo of cliuroe. beaten bv a Richmond man. TO PROHIBIT THE KILLING Hbnuy How, h l'uriioiBvlllo negro, was of tickets each to Inst evening. OF QUAIL, PERSONAL POINTS. All persons indebted to the estan-- of George UnixlSlOin .Stint John Bailey's court 'ill! editor of the Barbourville Herald Tiik Kioiit Kind of a Dkmocrat. Or lVjrtrldt,-- , or other nmll name, upon cettain Vauchli,dec'd, will pleae.all and pay their adAll persons having claims aunst the esKarm In Lincoln ( ounty. Mil. It. William intK returned from n for whipping ids wife, and not having it another exemplification of the old Judge It J. Breckinr.'dKO Bpoko at Crab tate will present them properly proven the wherewithal to liquidate, ho wan re age "convince a man against his will W. A. HAIL, Kxer. Geo Vaughn, deed. 00 t visit to llnrrodshuru. (Orchard last Saturdny in behalf of the lie it conctml bv the General Attembly of the mid he'll be of thu tamo opinion still." manded to jail. Cominonwvulili of Kentuck) principles of tho democratic party nnd j The killing oruall or partridge or other J am km U. Coi'i.tkii, tlio Mitltllfhlioia He sticks to it that it was cowardice and WSl(Ti7nmiiCtrD or prohibited upon lumber dealer, wns in town Friday. Tn election booths, aunexus and bal not discretion which kept the tepiiblU especially in advocacy of the election of small eam, with sunIn logs, is county, Ky, lor .iVii J&J3A.MJ AlLl foa the firtlowinjj taruu incoln Denier i- nSaulley. As was to be expected, 15 W. II. Wkaiikx continue very ill. lot boxfti to the amount of a consent of owner to wit: The Mit. excimt by a candidate Judge cans from nominating farms IC M. Jones, J. Ii I ynn, S II and Domestic Fruits, Dr. John M. Crnl( is convalescent. have arrived and cost with freight about against Gov. McOreary. Well, have it his speech was strong, fervid and inMrs Allie Unuchmnn, Sam Shanks, 1) VV. Foreign i'ror, I' M. Jor. Skvkhanck, of the Bible structive. If all democrats were ns loy- Vandeveer. Oeorve Vaughn, I II N. T. Doug$300. The kangaroo ballot svatem comes M. Confectioneries, tic. Ilooni-- , I M Tucker, J. h Owsley, your way nnd treat. All the same there Has with him a first class baker nnd ran lurnish very high, but its advocates say wo will well he no candidate, unless the old still al to party org.mizition and ns devoted lass, Ii. P. llinchman.K. T. IVnce, lohnM Hail, Bpont Sunday with hid parentH. urannrn, I v. i' rend, Cakes acd the like on short notice. ningu S; of pnrty principles ns nan, J.Abraiatns, u. Mia. D.ui.uv, of Lexington, is tlie get our money's worth. G. Livingston, V. M. Cnsh, Monroe ( ur- hunt tactics, so popular with the rrpub to thu success ... tls, S II. Pennington. Otis P. Puwituid, G I) Judge Breckinridge we would bo iu bet- Hoone, James Dndileur, curst of her dnuuhtor, Mrs. W.J. Dnllm, II K tick- licans is rosortedto. The L. it N. will sell round-triDr. ANnnr.w Skaiiount, of HopkiiiB-vill- e, ter shape. His conduct iu this cam- Johnvin, G W. llailsy. John Oye, W. K Pleas- auu, Garland James, W T.Tucker, William 1. ets to the Dedicatory Ceremonies of the it) vlnitlnR his brother, Mr. Hugh Sckaki.vo at McKi.nnkY. George E. paign is just admirable, and nothing Grimes, William M. Higgins and W. H. lloone. We World's Fair buildings, Chicago, at SS M) Stone, of Liberty, spoko at McKinm-- short of it. ti ii, Ku , 1. Any person violating the first section of this Ii r, t'enruent. act shall be lUbln ton fine of J 10, recoverable for the round-trifrom Stanford. Tick- last Saturday to a large assembly of the the county judge of Lincoln county, or a jusMiaMATTiK Nkwcomii, of Mt. Ver: 100 : Somerset Coumt. Judge Morrow tells tice of the peace for aid county. The fine and will be on sale from the Kith to the people of thu West Knd. He illustrated non, linn been the pient of the MIsscb ets be if or replevied, us that there were seven penitentiary costs, the not paidstreets or roads 10 stud worked out Well Improved, 45 acros to go In wheat. It has a lUth and be good for return passage till by a black board diagram public county at No. dwelling on It, good of the method of convictions at his late court in Somerset upon of i per day Vnndeveer. barn, buggy houso, ice the rate house cabins In yard, two fine voting by the Australian ballot and then in terms of two years to two years and This act shall take effnet from and nfter its ipring house, large pond, wells, All sprint; and Mu, T. S. Hk.vbo.v, our Middlcburg thuSlst. 3. ... m Ax. undeil good Approved May 9, 1890 fence. Call on or address Vcribe, woh hero Saturday, "just recovered W, F. McClnry, discussed the protective tarilf one hour ten months. He refused a new trial to paKC Tiik superintendent, HKOWJ JbWIFK, J.M. from a spell of flick net.1. received the tlrst of thu month $r,815 and a null. 11 is argument was pro Hicirius, who got two years S'-Near McKInnoy, Ky. for common ccliool teachers, hut up to nounced one of thu most learned and for detaining Miss Woods, and an apMibh Ukoroik Whay, after n delight. ful viHit to rel.itivoH in I'looininntoti, III, this time he has only disbursed $1,000. forcible ever delivered in the county on peal was taken. A suit, which created Moat of the teauheis are well enough that subject. Mr. Stone will speak at n great sensation, was that of W. T. Gos-se- Farm, Stock and Crop, Farming r turned hmuu yesterday. J T. CIIADWICK, vs Mu J C. I'LonsNCK, master of trains heeled, it seems, not to be in a hurry Kingsville on Saturday night, the 'JlM On I'etltinn. Utensils, &c. against Dr. E. It. Itice, for charging KATIE CIIADWICK I list. The ptoplc should give him un him .with soilomy. The doctor plead on tlio K , 0. G. A; 1.., Mas here last for their lucre. he petitioners have this day filnl their petition I audience for he is a Speaker of far more justification and produced tho woman Desiring to retire from active business, will on in the Clerk's ollkeot said court asking that said week looking nfter his Interests. KatloChadwick lx empowered to sell It is not likely the trial of than average ability. It. Mc Robert, of Klhut Mil Hks-iany property she 3, 1892, and convey for her own nenrtit free from enjoy, debts who swore Bhe saw the act, but the jury W. T. Sttuudorti, for Hie murder of Judge may own or hereafter acquire the Mile, lud , is here buying tine horct's t my home i miles of Stanford In or cUuns of her husband, to make contracts, sue mulcted him iu 50,000 and costs. Hon. The boiler of Mr. J.U. Russell's ligbort, wilt omir this court. Col. W. 0. Lincoln county, Ky cell at public auction to the and be sued as a slniflo uoman, trade in her own nnd slinking hnnd with ohl fiiendf. situated on Buck Creek, near Ot- It. C. Warren was of counsel for tlie de- hlhmt bidder my entire property, narre and dlspoie of her property by will or deed. of his law vers, is iu New Braille, one Mim. Am.cn Ha 1.1.01? and Mth. Hani- It Is ordered that notice of said action be publish-t- d York ami the chnm liaviu occupied tenheim, blew up last week and Mr. fendant. The authorities havo engaged in Jot My Farm of Acros, ford. the Intikiokdays. knac, n ncuspupcrln Stanwick, who have hen guests of Mrs. Ky., for ten a noted Cincinnati detective to hunt Kussell, hihson, B. G., and Ben Hutch of this Oct Jrvsoh Ballon, returned to Horn side much of the time tlie lout two coin's, ison were more or less hurt. There down Anderson, the assassin of Editor Of some of the very bent illucGrass Land in Lin- - Given under my hand JAMES P id, i8o. 11AILKV, way have to give away ihut timi. oln count) finely improved in every repect. It yeetenlay. Clerk Lincoln Circuit Court. 05 were live other men near by and not- Ituuker, but not much of a clue has so has a beautitiil frontage on the Stanford and u most excellent iMi;libirhood, turnpike, In Jrngn J. M. IIar.n'ktt, of Puhtski, C01.OKKD ICK'ticiTri. (.'apt. Joseph withstanding pieces of tho boiler were far been found. with no objectionable surroundings, and altogethKpHnt several days with Mr. J. II. Me er U one ot the ml pleasant and desirable homes of Fort ltobititon. Neb , will be hurled in every direction, none of them thin section A Dastardly Dkkik Sunday ninhta iu My personal of the State. Abator, while he win here disposing of property, i: here in November for the purpose of were damaged in thu least. A small man j;ot on 7head ot fat Cattle, i milk Cowi eight and M.K. 1IAILEY, 1'l.tintiir, passongfr train No. 2.i at cattle. hoiiik Oth portion of tlie engine was found -- 50 enlisting young colored men for t.ie hteers and lleifurs, i well bn-- Shortoar-old ( Hspartc. MissimSallik Cook and Lou Mocker, U. S. Cavalry. This Is a clmuaw for the yards nwny and n pile of lumber con- Coibinwithn ticket for Williamsburg, horn Hulls, s Calves, 30 Southdown Kwes : yiur J.U ilALUEY, Defendaut. lamb and S nfter raising a row with the agent for not ling Shoats,Southdown Mares,Ducks, 35 fat Hoes, 50 The petitioner, M. E. llailey, has thin day filed of Ihntonville, have leu the gnttn of i Ureod a yearling Colts, fine Insy anil prolllgata to net an easy berth taining 10,000 feet was completely spread petition the ol said court, selling him onu to Pleasant View, earlinir Killy by I'ence, 2 work Hois to, 3 work her th.tt said inM. E clerk's office in.poweml ask- their eiders, Mrs. It. It. CoojMJr and Mrs. and be paid nnd supported by the gov- over a llailey be ins; to Uso, field. The cause of the Mule", 1 yearling Mules, sen ami convey ior tier own beneht nny where lie wanted to get oil. He was ou enjor, 1. G. Walton. bo measured nt the 3S aires explosion was the worthlcssness of the the platform between the ladies' car and 300 buhelsot Corn to 40 bushels of Rye, 6 shock. property she may now own or hereafter require, ernment. stack f Wheat from the dents Mr. W. M. Di'itiiRiuit, of Stanford, Grain Deering Kinder, Hav Hake boiler which iiad been condemned by tlie sleeper, when Capt. Harry Cham- of liny, Mowers Oirtl Planter, lloosler Drill, free contracts, sue or ilaimsof hera husband; to and be sued as single womake Drill, a has been in tht city fnr the jwHt 10 tlnjts Tiik members of the Christian church the builders a year or more no. man, trade in her own name and dispose of her and a Kit ol othDiv Cutter, Keaier, bers, conductor, came along. Hu asked er miscellaneous property by will or deed It is further ordered orpiuizing a Hour mill eoinpnny. Machinery and Implent Huston villo are ralsini: money witli that notice of said anion be published in the InteNowh. Bali- - P. Leed'a Division No. 403, him to let him oil at Pleasant View and ments and all my Household and Kitchen Furni- rior Journal, a newspaper published In Stanford, which to build a parsonage far their pas ture. cash and remainder rty , 101 icii uu) .. Terms: Farm for W. II. Smith ami J. W. Cummins, of tor, Elder W. L. Williams, who has Brotherhood of Locomotive Ei gineers, when he refused he struck the conducIflVCIl U nder my hand thin October 5th, lS. In two eiiual annual payments, with interest from No. 601, started served them eo faithfully auddoilg Over will give their Hist annual ball at Wal- tor a Bavago blow on the head with a day 01 sale Personalty on a cnillt till January 1, Di rnck Warner J AS. I". IIA1L.KV. Clerk Lincoln Circuit Court 4 must i"o. yesterday to the grand lodge meeting of $oXK) has been already raised and quite n ton's Ojer.i House, Thaukegiving night. pair of braes knucks, knocking him from paid In cam.for sums under Sto, whicn RKID be J, M. 6s 0. L. number of thu most liberal members Nov. 2 tth, and are already making big the train as it run at 10 miles an hour. Capt A. I. Talbott, Auctioneer. t'io Masons in Louisville No. 00, will have not donated. i.f Lincoln preparations for it. Tho committees are No one paw tlio act nnd the conductor pi ulicsale or go Arrangements, George S. was not missed for some time, when an as follows. Hon. Boyd Winches- Uae, Tliomas Higgins ;nnd D. Burgess; enjjino was sent back for him. He was At 2 i m. I will sell privately tny Farm of 41 Acres, 1 inilu Miss IIkukn IIkid, nfter Hpouding the from Crab Orchard, on the Mantord plku. It is ami Cleveland's reception, J. B. Kyer, John P. Kearns, found in an unconscious condition aud in HuMouville, ter, vacntion.at her home gold land and well improved xtiihguod dwelling, (all on me 011 the OHrn xii.eyard, water, Arc I wifl olfer for sale on has leturned to Pomerret ami is aseitft-in- Miuistot. to Switzerland, 'will address the W. F. Shendin. L. M. Westerfleld, W. was so at last accounts, we learn from premUes or address mc at Crab Orchard. e people of Lincoln nt the on 65tt JOHN DE NAHDI. Mrs. Litton in her millinery depart0. Fullerton, Thomas Lasley; floor, Thos Chief Dispatcher W. F. .Sheridan, who 15, '92, ment. Miss Belle Bogle, the fnbhiona thu issues of the campaign. He is thor- Hurley, J. H. Orndolf, W. 0. Abbey, W. Bays tho chances are agiinst his recovble dresMiuaker, wh visiting her liome oughly pobted on every important ques- It. Holley, L. P. Gray, W. B. Hays, E. ery. Dr. J. F. Peyton, the company's On the piemis,"lGI.KSIDE." the Gfarm belonging to the eUte ol the late John Urucc, Go at Hiifitonvillu last SnniUy. Soniert-e- t tion and IiIh speech will be worth W. Carter, E. O. Ebersole, L. P. Laruo physician, went to Corbin yesterday to consisting of time to listen to. attend him. No one soams to know .1. W. Kepuhhnin. A. Pierce nnd Charles Slade. ABOUT IOO ACRES, taken. He keeps up. who the scoundrel is, but nothing will situated inirrnliatelv on tne iMnvllie ana 1'lfin To havo jour photographs tho with all The distinguished lawyer and states- Flowers will superintend the whole afol Danville, Ky bo left undone to briug him to justice ant Hill turnpike, a1, iiiilex north CITY AND VICINITY. man, Hon. Joshua S. Dye, U. S. claim fair, which promises to be a most enjoy'1 his place has on it a comfnrtublo dwelling, a and the rope if need barn and necesnry outbuildings, besides able one. Admission SI. 1)wi:i.i.ini for rent. Mrs. N. A.Tyree. aiont and general collector, has laid on And will give you good satisfaction, tacksman shop and four tenant housm and wlih-iA.J EAR!', Maiiford. of. mile of our table a chestnut stem on which A Tkiuuiile Chaik.e. Lar issue we 10 Danville, noteda school house, and convenient Circtit Court begin yesterday at for It educational facilities Aitlks. Hand picked winter apphs there are It) burrs, all well tilled. Mr. published an item Baying that W. Curtis This place has on It one of the best sprilipi In tne to both barn and dw eiling, and for sale by Charles KdmIIii, Ottetiheim.' Dye regards tins as u hi6us natune of a 10:30 a. m. with Judge Morrow on the in county, convenient dairy farm. Thi place is in will nuke a splendid bunch. Tlie following grand jurors were Kgbert was niifcsing from his most wonderful character since three on then sworn iu nnd charged by the judge: Louisville and that foul piny was sus- a splendid neighborhood has a good phjMciau Wavtkd. Nice, clean elovor seed living near, and Is altogether a ery desirable Of.all kind-- , a stem Ik the highest number he has evfarm. any ono wanting W. II. B. K. nboutSOO bushoN. Dr. C. Fowler, foreman; P. C. Sandidgoi pected. It turns out that be bail at- place lor liberal and mane a small on day of sale Terms known Made and Set Up in All Parts of er seen !'fere. W O PROCTOR, Wearen. N. J. Cone, J. T. Martin, Win. W. Hays, tempted to rob his employers, J. Bacou AO'td Admr , a ith will annexed, of J. G. llruco. the Country. it Pons, and a charge of attempted burHenSomk rooster at Lancaster is working George L. Outer, Perry Huirman, , Tiik best full fur triuimed uloak for No Agents empluxed glary was preferred against him. The anywhere. Sev-- t the Louisville Times and Post with derson Baugh, W. T. Stephenson, J. W. live dollars to bo Post hays that when tlie store was openW. ADAMS & SON, Eubanks, J. II. Collier and J. M. news from this county, pilfered from ranee & Son. No. 43 Broadway, Lexington, Ky, Jr. Clerk J. P. Bailey reported ed on Monday morning, tho safe was this paper ami stale by tho time it gets colfound to bo defaced with po viler burns A half dozen or more SKN8IIU.K. to tlie city via the town. ffil collected for tax on suits, vc, Conn CROP. FARM, STOCK 30. ored tnen havo joined the McCreary Both of the jwpers named have corres- ty Clerk G B. Cooper $1, 772.50 for hotel, and chisel marks, hat it had resisted the G 'Woods, dec d, I will, on As Executor of Win blower to open Hichmond. stallion, other licenses, Ac, nnd Judge attempts of the would-bOKXI F.K l Democratic Club at pondents heie, who send any matter of guilt was had in coni worth tideir.iphing and tho otHcioui W. E. Varnon SIS tax on suits and fines. it. No thought 1892 October pocket-book- , Lost In btnnford a red nection with any employe of the house Tho court then adjourned till nintaininga $5 bill and some silv r. rooster hforesnid will please confine him- when the petit jury will be selected and until Kgbert failed to put in an appear- Sell atGpublU auction at the late rutidence ,olon said Anil Country Produce, Wm Woods, in Jessamine county. Ky the self to his own bailiwick. Lexington, llarrodi'lurg X. Perryvflle Turnpike Has opened goods and is Liberal reward. Leave nt this olllco. ance as usual. Then suspicion was di- road, $ miles Irom Nicholas II lc, aged mules, the people ofhis stock ofand vicinity. rculy to serve the Commonwealth's docket called. . Stanford He Is offer head of let'ding cattle, 10 head vung ing unheard of Rirgalns nnd all who want Skkiiki.y ;11uiit. Thu Courier-Jou4 horses rected to him anil the police were noti cattlfl milk Uk.nti.kmkn wtio consult their own 13 head ul feeding hogs, (arm4 look, the lowest povtllile prices should iml KnMliiit J. W. Lnsley fell from the Meanwhile inquiries from the ing implement, household and kluhon furniture, goods ntLogan Avenue, near Lancaster pike him on Coi.umiu's Day. Tlie V. A. M. Soci- fied. will examine our stock of shoos, 3at.resi story of the Wathen distillery ety, assisted by Miss Olivia W. Sum- young man's mother, who lives tit Ciab the shotk hemp in lucl., and 95 anvj of 10m in second hats, shirts, underwear, Sec. Severance nnd received injuries froml which he mer's class in elocution will celebrate Orchard, ai to her son's whereabouts Alo I thu same time and place, I will .ell to & Sbn. the highot bidder the farm lately owned by thu may not recover. 111s riint leu was Columbus lay with an entertainment of continued tho suspicions He was thorn-li- t said Win G Woods, Hlhoant ussortmentj of cloaks and torn open from the knee to thu thigh. an historical and humorous nature nt to be an exemplary youug man anil was CONTAINING 330 A0EES. wraps just received at S. II. Shanks' Tho bone was fmutuied in several plac- Walton's Opera House, next Friday considered thoroughly honest by his em This farm is well located, in a high state of culis es. His back v.us aleoseriously injured. evening, beginning nt S o'clock. Fol-iplovers. Ho was last seen at tlie Farm- tivation and is a very desirable home. 'I he land Call and bee them before the stock broken. Mr. Lasley is a native of this county and ers' Home on Sunday, where he board- is highly prodiutitc nnd well watered. '1 here is a is the programme: goou dv. tiling house of rooms, burn, granary, all ed. He slept ut the store and evidently necessary outbuildings 7 stock .tales. anil Chorus Hail Columbia. Gov. MtCiiKAUY will spe.ik here next a brother of L. M. Lasloy, of this place. TER.ilS For personaltv All sums less than Articles to Suit the Most Fastidiworked upon tho safe during Sunday Tableau I. Saturday at o'clock, when, of course, cash will be required for all sums oxer that ous. A complete line of It Wasn't a) Hot One. Ed Brown, Columbus at the Court of Ferdinand morning or afternoon, as the burghu-alart- n $o, nrinunt, a credit of 00 days will bo ijivcii Purwill bo filled with his colored, thu court-houwho bears u rather unsavory chasers will execute notes with approved security attached prevented any attempt at before tho property is removed nnd Isabella. admiring constituency. reputation when tho question of honesthe aud ' j to be night. Ills mother is very mu:h dis- in For the I two years, with paid cash ;the balanceo Song My Country, Tisof Thee, one and rate of interest at ty is considered, attempted to steal a Maymk Lynn was "stouued" Friover the disappearance of her per cent per annum from dale of sale until paid. tressed Miss Mies Jennie Summers. stove out of.ltlic waiting room nt the A G WOODS, U 'or son, but does not know the disgrace that Tableau II. day night by a dozen or more couple depot Friday niuht. Berney Fish, who attaches to it." As is known, Mr. KgDiscovery of America. from town, who greatly enjoyed the Tlio sleeps in the depot, heard u noise.aud on Columbia, tlio Gem of tho Ocean, bert is n sou of tho late Judge Kgbert, young lady's hospitality tillla late hourgoing to where thu sound eminated he Song killed at Crab Orchard by Marshal Saun-tierMiss Alice Holmes. all peisoiu We. you wnnt to go to Chicago come saw a man leaving in hot hasto. He His poor mother, who has snfler-e- d not to the undersigned, hereby warn waters, stiil Tableau III. huut or Ash upon our lands or and buy vmir outllt from us this week. recognized him as Ed JBrown, as did more than any ten wonwn, is incon- lands being situated in whele or in part in GarTriumphal return of Columbus. Kentucky, solable, but cannot believe her only boy rard, lloxlcaud Lincoln counties,ether tully In urn! Low prices for ladies Exposition cloaks, George Carpenter, who saw him run the we hereby agree to support each Chorus Tho Star Spangled Banner. ning away. F.d hasleft town and if hu guilty of such an act law against uny and all tresenforcement of the gents' Exposition suits ami ladies "A Columbus Celebration," n Comedy passers. will remain there will be no steps taken Complicated Watch Repairs and dresses. J. S. Hughes. ,tnis rieptemDcr 20, isoa iu onu Act and Three Scenes. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. to bring him back for trial. . K. It. like. W. W. Yeager, Artistic Engraving a Specialty. Scene I. A I. Kice, John Tiik Misses BenJoy huvo rented the 1'. L. Ilroaddus, All goods sold engraved tree of charge. I, T. IlifginlHithain, A rousi.no democratic meeting will be A Missionary Meeting at tho housa of Cyrus Daily, M. F. Kout, 'cottage thoy live in to Capt. W. II. Kir- OsTVour patronage respectfully solicited. SAIJS. hold at Ottenheim on Saturday next, '2'2, Mrs. Tiptop; leaders of socia lfo James M. While A. D Hughes, K. 0., and Miss .Mary anion by, of the A. M. and K. S. llourne, llrlght Herring, Tacky-towiu when speeches will bo made by Hon. C. W.J. ltallard, My Residence on Main Street, S. John-ohas rented the residence now occupied Neumoyer, of Louisville, in Alex West, C.Kox, Scene 11. Germnn, G. ORT36 Frank Fnv, II Kemper. liw Hr - K. Vunarsdale to Mr. A. Is nw, In j .'- .T. and by Col. T. P. Hill, Judge M. C. At tlie otlice of Lawyer Tiptop, tho "Lb- - denStanford. 1 he propertynecessary has gnod gar- I. F. Itohinmi. J. J. Walker, KOK THE outbuildings, and grass lot and all T. I). Chestnut, Kaetland. T. II. Robinson, iucludin; a (jond stable. Good ci.lem and dairy Nixon Perkins; Denny, W. II. Miller and Saulley, A. gil Light" of Tacky town, Henry Walter.-.Is one of the and an abundance of select fruit It I Jerry llland, Scene III. H, llourur, u'io.t desirable homes in Stanford Tiik county court, after hearing the perhaps others, in English. A big crowd T. M. Arnold, I. I . Pollard HARVEST - EXCURSIONS, J II FOSTER at tho Log 6; T. 1. Herring. on a big democratic day is promised and A lecturrt on "Columbus" T. Fox. Jr., testimony, renewed Mrs. Betty W It. Moss, v. i;noka AUG. 30 nnd SEPT. 27, Meeting House by the ronowu- ho occasion will be an enjoyable one. Milchel llroiddus, tavern license, with the privilJ. P. llourne, U.Aldrtdge, William Hubble, Kingsville. A TI19 meeting is sanctioned by the county ed Peleg Perrigreen. THE "WISCONSIN CENTRAL I.INK-ege of retailing liquors at Krasiuus Dunn, S. J. llourne, Will run low rate Harvest Kxcurtiooi on above, Comic Chorus Yankee Doodle. A R. and O K Pope, John Pope, protest, signed by III out of tho 40 voters committee and is uuder tho direction of : jameft llerung, date to points in Minnesota, Montana, North and A Doty, CI Anderson, General admission, 25 cents; Children uui aner Messrs. W. II. Miller nnd James II. Car-toSouth Dakota, Ticket will bo good twenty i?o) of tho town, was presented, J A Veager, S II privileges as F. S llurdett, days from dato of sale, with II D Aldrnlge, the veteran' democratic cotninitteo-ma- u uuder twelve 1" cents; Reserved seats, Knownfromthe J D Carpenter place, altuated hear'ng that a drug Htoro would open up K. II Miller, Hustonville, on the Middlcburg pile. Hertram Spralt, to points west of at Paul and Minm Jpolls mica 10 cents for two 70 cents. loD G, Spoonarnore, of Hnll'slGup.'who will make it one for one, For lull information, address any f the CompaThe places is welt unproved and In a healthful Miss. Kate llurdett for tho purpose of tilling "prescriptions," IrgrpatticuUirs, address or (,. II. A Mil dee, Mr. M A liaughmin, ny's The proceeds to be devoted to the cality MRS. W I HFDD'.XS JAS C I'IND, James Underwood, a uuinbor of the Bigners withdraw of the groit events of the county canquite John llourne ,'Gen Paaj, undliclcel Agi , Chuago, Ul. 1010 Olivu Street, Kansas City, Mo. Mr. EL Owsley 56 iineot 6 vass. adornment of the art studio. names. their Ni:w lino ZjiKUr - OcTOiu;it 18, 1892 Shnnkft', shout! ut - Evkryiiody invited to our Columbian Take your old silver to Danks, the jeweler, and have it made into spoons, Sale this week. See ad. John S. etc. Hughes. ... ... E? t .frf t " rvf- (f lW A I.B.)M0BERT2, ... DUTjaaisT, Drugs, Toilet Articles, School Books. and Stanford. HSSAEi OF POST OFFECB ROOM. S'-'O -- nt 1 IE 1 car-loa- d y-- llaugb-ma- n, Ccl-K'r- . 1 . 1 . j , p ' Good Farm (ti. 1 For Sale. A 1 bu-fo- re Containing 1 Acres, m m Ex-May- or PUBLIC SALE Lincoln Circuit Court. u, tt 1 . Thursday, Nov. norlh-wet saw-mil- l, to-u- t: 300 , Dan-vil- le Gar-rnn- l, Lincoln Circuit Court. 1 1 two-acr- e I 1 1 1 1 1 self-raKe-rl Mid-dlesbo- ro exi-i'p- t to-da- Iu-ilce- t. Farm For Sale. to-da- & SKCILt FAKIVI? g Court-hous- Saturday, October any-body- 's to Earp's Art Gallery m b. Latest Improvements, iy n 1 MONUMENTS M-e- Executor's Sale. & 25, to-6- side-tracke- d C. POWJSX.X., -- e " Tuesday, 11 to-da- General -:- Merchandise, st r -- -- DANKS THE JEWELER, ng 1 se Watches, Clocks 64-l- Hunters and Fishermen. s. 1 - Jewelry And SILVERWARE. FOR n, , -- l. , .F&RX Round Trip FIRST-CLAS-:- Penny-backer- 's FOE. BENT. I r, SPLENDID FARM, ii stop-or- er repre-entativt- 1 , 2. ' I'WJ Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT INYlDV-iYNClC- . WHAT I I LIVE FOR. The Tariff Tax. Publlsbod Every Tuesday and Friday 2 PKIt YJCYU hen avj-W- not s paid $2.60 will be chargedTflt live for those that love me, For those I know are true, For the heaven that smiles above me, And awaits my spirit, too; I'or all human ties that hind me, For the tnslc my God assigned me, Tor the bright hopes left behind me, Ami the good that I can do. I live to learn their story, W X! "TN, oV Who've f uttered for my sake To emulate their glory, And follow in their wake ; Hards, martjrs, patriots, sages, 1 ho uoble of nil apes, Whose deeds crown History's pages, And time's great volume make. I 11 c to hail that season Hy sifted minds Inretold, urapU.i .SliVi When men shall live by reason. Ami not alone for gold; When man to man united. And every wrong thing righted, The wholo world shall be lighted, As Kden was of 0I1L, I Use to held comtinion With all thai Is divine To.feel that there Is union POWDER Absolutely Puro H Best ' A Cream of Tatter Making Powder all in leavening strength -- latest United State Food Report. Government ROYAL BAKING POWDERCO, 106 'wall street, New ork. 'Twixt Nature's head and mine; To profit by affliction, Reap truth from fiends ol fiction, Grow wiser from conviction Fulfilling God's design llye for those that lose me, For those that know me true, For the heaven that smiles above me. And awaits my spirit. too; For the wrongs that need resistance, For the cause that needs assistance, Fur the future in the distance. And the good that I can do (From the selections of the editor's dear, dead wife, and printed in loving memory of her.) 1 K. Z. LOCAL TIME CARD. Whenever a man, woman or child has a dollar to expend for tiny manufactured article of comfort or necessity, an invisible tux gatherer stands beside the seller of the goods and now demands of the purchaser 47 cents of that dollar nq a tribute to the protected manufacturer of like goods. The purchasing power of the dollar is thus reduced to f3 cents. The effect of this proceeding is to reduce the , actual available income ofn who is paid $2 per day, to Sl.Otl. In the face of this fact, the republican party do- clares that a protective tariff tax, operating as abqvo stated, increases the wages, and, consequently, the prosperity of the laboring man. A tariff tax is necessary to meet the expenses of thegovernment, but it is not necessary that this tax should exceed the requirements of the government, economically administered, in order that a special class of monopolists may be enriched. Therefore, it is wrong to tax the noor man 47 cents on every dollar of his wages, for the sake of protection to monopoly, when 550 cents would bo sufficient for revenue to meet the expenses of the government. This is the tariff issue, and nil there i in it, which directly concerns the poor man. Frankfort Capital. wage-earner- To Th. ted Kanawha Salt front IParmer. Virginia, TO THELADIES. guarantee everything to bn In the latest and must approved fashion the ladles ate invited to call and examine my goods, which I will take pleasure In showing, 6 MISS t ICCllt WtAZLKY. John II. Cattleman. A. G Linhata We have received one car load ol that celebralicit on earth for saving meats. mid we can save you money. I am receiving oneof the mott elcsant lines o( MILLLlNLRY ever handled in Stanford, select which is the ed with an especial view to me wants 01 mi trade. Miss Nora Witch, of Cincinnati, an rape, OTe us a call rienced trimmer, Is with me this season and I ROYAL Insurance Or Company, LIVERPOOL,. BA11BEE&0ASTLEMAN MANAGERS, STEPHKN.S A KNOX", t Hamilton's old stand. Rowland, Ky. For In the corporate 11 Twenty Uulldinj; Sal; I JUots limits of Rowland. I. DARST. Rowland. THE P. RILEY D. HOUSE London, I niLEY, Proprlotor, - - - Kentucky. I will s 11 privately mr I arm of so Acres on the Danville A Stanford pike, three miles trout Stanford It is well improved, wilh dwelling of five rooms, new barn and all necessary outbuildings; also has fine spring Call on me on the premises er address mo at Stanford. Kv 6j EUGKNE KKI.LKY faimi;fou sale. i - have moved to my new Hotel and an better piepartd than ever to accommodate the public Good Lis cry attached and every convenience desired. Give me a call, y; FRANK RtI.EV. - Commerce Building-- , Louis vi Ho Agents threegliout the SeutH KTRAUn, IK. T CLARK. W. A. TBZBBLE. Local A?ont, STANFORD. KV. ... PRACTICAL. Notico to the Traveling Public. Plumbers and Steam Fitters. . STHAUB & CO., I hac had THE S1IEL.TON HOUSE At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and have in connection with Hotel one of the best saloons In the State, open day and night ; a night man meets all trains In connection with llou-- e have also one of the best Mineral wells in the Stale and for reference to water, call on Mr and Mrs G W. Patrick. Louisville, Mr and Mrs Flovd In gram, Krin, Tenn , A A. Warren, Stanford, Dr 11 I). K. Proctor, llraum, Mr and Mrs T W Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs 1" II. Johnson Haven, Jim Cox, Greenthurg, Rates $1 per New day. J M. f'etrev. clerk Give me a mil J. W CARRIIR. Prop ySoiy Ilealers in all kinds of Iron and Prass Goods for steam and rater Sanitary Goods ot'all kinds. All work guaranteed against defective matetlal and workmanship sr Fresh Groceries! IN HIE Greatest Abundance -- OK THE- - t CHOICEST - CHARACTER AI Tllh- - o m - at Train naves Rowiand at j:ioi. 7 00 a. in., returning The Force Bill. m. L. & H. LOCAL TIME CARtl. ... .l 9 ptn atttrain going Nnrth laopm South n 55 I"" Express train" bouth North J5 m ..659am Lseal Freight North - siapra South The tatter train also curry passengers. The above it calculated on standard time. Solar MIDDLEBURG, CASEY COUNTY. Mail ia.57 UIue-Gra- The footbridge across the river nt K. J. Godby's was completed last week. ime is about o minutes faster The Baptist church is yet without n pastor nnd it seems likely to remain bo. QUEEH & CRESCENT ROUTE. Kov. John Thomas has been assijm-e- d Train past Junction City as lollowr Fast C Special us6am O work at Woodbine and has moved Limited 1; p. m.; Snuih-boun- d P m ( tt v..K.I-,t,rM- New Orleans Special 8 40 p in .V 3 Grass Special 6 00 a m. , Ciniiniiatl Limltei p. m.; Fast Mail s is p. m C.Soeciali 06a m.; Ulue S 1 thither. Thos. Miller has ronted rooms from Mrs. Mary Fogle and haB yone to housekeeping. The Law and Order League, which was organized here .some II! months aj;o, It did seems to be dead or sleeping. pood work in ridding the country of "blind Users,'' but its organization seems to have been for that purpose only, as we hear of frequent violations of the laws in our county, which seem to go unnoticed by the order. If the league was formed for no other purpose than to suppress the liquor traffic then it is not what its name indicates. As Rev. J. II. ftriatow was on his way to Phil. Tuesday, the 11th inst., he discovered n lot of hogs eating something by the roadside. He got off his horse and to his horror found it to be an infant. He drove the hogs away and picked up what remained of it and carried it to Liberty. It turns out that n Miss Hogue had given birth to it nnd had thrown it to the hogs to be devoured by them, either to hide her shaino or to rid herself of the responsibility of it. It is reported that the young lady came to Mr. James Spears, near Yosemite, that evening and staid all night, since which time she has not been heard ol. It is not often that lynch law is resorted to in this county, but it is.eafe to say that, should she be caught, that it will be practiced upon her. jEZ jjjjll Office A. S. PRICE, Stanford. SURGEOy DENTIST. over Severance & Son's Store, Main street, DR AY. B. PENNY, recently Dentist. vacated by Dr. L. F Huffman, Stanford, Ky. Office South side Main street, in office R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. DENTIST. (s moving to the Higgins office, Lancaster street. Nitrous Oxide Gas given for painless extracting. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. DR. JOHN .M. CRAIG, ' The best salve in the world tor cuts, bruises tores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin crup tisns and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to civ,, perfect satislactioc, Prico 15 cents per box. or money retunded For sale by A R. Penny, Staulord, Ky. Carl Shurtz, formerly a distinguished republican, thus speaks of the fotce bill. "The inevitable effect of the enactment twill deliver lci every morning ! families in of the force bill, or anything like it, u isniiivi uawnuvi itiitj 'S'IJ would be tho revival of the fear of negro for y to too rounds at thesui1l I"" rate of cents, and under 50 pounds at the rate of 7; cent. domination in the South, and with it n call MiLI attention to the John Premier which L. violent and disastrous disturbance of the tlrewing L. s Celebrated I.InX.eitherflerr, for bottle am aeent. Will f jrnUh keg or relations between the two races, which Write for prices. K 11RKMHR. Stanford, Ky ittf in the course of time, have shaped them- selves in a friendly manner, highly adPUBLIC SALE OF vantageous to the general prosperity. In view of all this, I must confess that whatever specious preteuses may bo put forward as to the objects of tho measure, 1 Ik undersigned will on. 1 look upon tho force bill as one of the most reckless, most cruel, most levolt-iu- g MONDAY, OCT. 17, 1892, doer in the town ol Dan partisan contrivances over devised. I Hcfore the a vllle, Ky ,at o ilKk p. nfler at publU sate know the republicans are rartfully dis- to the highest bidder, in., following traits uf the land claiming that the force bill is an isue in 1'irst A trait ol land In Mercer cimnty, Ky , this campaign. Mr. Harrison himself on the east side of the Danville and Harrudlurg turnpike road and uiMHit 4 ln"Ft from Harrods-burtries to evade it in his letter of acceptand said land being hounded on the north the ance by an adroitly, soft spoken recom- side by the lands of Wesley anarsdall. .u the south bv the llellows Mill road, oil the east by lands of K. W KMlland and on the west by the mendation of a commission of inquiry. Danville and Hnrrodsburg turnpike road, and and prudent man containing M i acres, r rood and Jo square 1( But no land Second. will be deceived. The republican plat- east of the A tract of aed in Mercer county, Ky , Harrodtlmrg turnpike Danville form substantially indorses the mens- road, but not nliiding unsaid road, and about 4', miles from Harrudsburg, and being bounded no the north by tho llellows Mill road, and on the tire. east by the same road, and on the south by the lands of Hardin and on the west by the lands uf Uuciclln'aArnlca Salvo W H. kcnanssT .flsEiisssssssssssssssssiisssssssssssssssssssiissssssssssssssssssssssVC prices. .J ICE MpBEER. IV a," r- -- A full line of the Choicest Fruits and Vegetables and Swan's Down Flour can be had at 1 JESSE n. WEAKEN S Ml MB snf 1 f ry-- : n""i2 9 " yjr. f I ' -' - ,. WCWBKBnM&ZZZZ- Goods Deliverod Free of Charge. TormQ 3 fi Tin t.o AV....W, W Ull J. ValuableFarming Lands Court-Hous- MYEKS HOUSE XXrEHTtTSTABX.E P.W.GREEN, Prop. e WllAAXn MOREI.AND, a Save Deaier 1 This stable, whuh is run in oire tUn with the Myers llou.e. ha been Supplied with well-know- n the g, well-inform- ed local! on or address me An onertenre of fifteen years in this busioess lias been of profit to me and I think I can make t profitable both 10 the buyer and seller I' O address StinforU, K teo Office at the Myers House Orders for Cattle, Sheep ond Hogs Solicited Stock Cattle and Sht.p a lpnulty. Persons having any of the Above drribrd sto'L for sale or wlshlni 11 pur base same, vill do ws.ll -- A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, And Drummer's Supples and Is I iter than prepared in supply tte public with FIRST-CLASS Lit - Farmers Bank&Trost Co. Is now IMOB OK ALU KIND8. I'trsunal ansl pinmsil allcntran givenlu Wcdslinf a. I'aities aud lluriak W' OKBKN. I'rupneier. A L. HUKNS, Manager Homeopathlo Physician, - STANFORD, - - 1 KENTUCKY to 3 p. m ; 8 to 10 to 11a m.; Office Hours I p. m. Office on Lancaster street, opposite courthouse. r It is not unusual for colds contracted in the tail to hang on all winter. In such casrs catarrh or chronic bronchitis are almost suro to result. A 50 cent liottleof Chamlieriain's Cough Kemedv will cure any cold. Can you afford to risk so much for so small an amount T This remedy is intended especially for bad colds and croup and can always be depended upon Kor sale by Dr. M L ltourni--. Druggist and Optician, Stanford. Ky Thi remedyis becoming so well known and so popular as to nerd no special mention All who iiave used Electric Hitter- sing- the same song of praiie A purer medicine docs not exist and it is iruarantecd to do nil that is Claimed Electric J litters will cure all diseascsofthe Liver and will remove I'implcs, Hulls, Salt Rheum and other affections caused by impure blood. Will drive Malaria from the xvttcm and prevent as well as cure nil Malarial Kevers For acurc ( Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try Ktec-tri- c or Hitters Kntire satisfaction gauranU-emoney refunded Price 5K and jl per bottle A. It Penny's drugstore Kid-ne)- Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co Electric Hitters Miners and shippers of the GENUINE Original Jellico Coal. road crossing 6 Tr y it. We are tbo sole agents for Stanford and Row land. Office corner ol Depot street and rail- HIGGINS A WATTS General sold Merchandise. for Cash only Goods -:- J. S. HILTOIT, ... Dealer In 1 and 1 mv Full Stock of in., cordially Invite the citizens of this siciiiity to call Goods sold lower than evIn and examine them. er. Remember I am headquarters tor Staple and Fancy Groceries Will soon has e a complete line of Hardware in stock J H. HILTON, Rowland, Ky. rS7-- r -- , - - - EUSTIK & BOEELL, STANIORD. KY., Swapping thk Dkml for tub WitchHalifax, N. S , sent to Sable Island, N J;J S , some time ayo, a number of cats to J " V EAGER destroy the rats, which were killing the I.JM. IIRUCI rabbits. The cats, tired of destroying BRUCE & YEAGER, rats, played sad havoc among the rabbits, and nt last, becoming very numerAND SALS S7ABLS, URH. ous a number of foxes were sent to drive the cats out. The foxes not only killed STANFORD, KY. the cats, but all the young birds. The The above firm went into effe t July t and respectfully asks a kharu ol the patronage of the fact hay been brought to the notice o public. the government, with a view of having the foxes cleared oil the island. NEW RIGS AND &ORSES Country work solicited Estimates furnished. - House, Sign, Decorative Painter and Paper Hanger. Woodie Dunlap, who at first thought he wanted to be republican from the State, has taken a second thought on the subject. Woodie dis covered that he must either resign his fjaugership or his electorship, nnd, actteat in ing on the wise principle that tho mouth is worth two or three in the future, he promptly swung on to the first and let the hist go. Mr. Dunlap's discretion is to bo admired; but when March 4th artives Woodie will march forth just the same. Glasgow Times. elector-at-larjje 11 AWondor Worker. m Mr Frank Huffman. a vountr man of IHiilintr- ton, O., stitcs that he had been under the care uf two prominent uhvsicians and used their treat ment until he was not able to get around They pronounced his case to be Consumption and incurable. He was persuaded to try l)r King's New Discovery for Consumption, Cough and Celds and at that time was not able to walk acre, the He found before he had street without rcsti.i KMohcrly used half of a dollar bottle that he was much betne-third Terms cash; balance In one and enjoying ter; h continued to use it and is n or two tars with Interest Also good health If you have any throat. chest trouble try it. 1 rial bottle free at A. R Knur lln.oil Mnrc. a Mures and Celts, i good Penny's drug store work Herso, i Jennet and Colt, i (lw ami Calves, 40 Kwes, a South-'owA reported outbreak of cholvra at llrli..ctta, N J , crp.itod much excitement in that vicinitv In llucks, acres ot old Heifer, field, 6 and 11 Shaals, Corn in the stacks linm about to pstlgat1011 showed that the disease was not cholera, but a v lolent dysontcry w hlcli Is almmt as se- thy Hay, 1 stacks of Oats, a Muwlng Machines, e Reaper. Hay Rake, Wheat Drill, vere and dangerous as cholera Mr Walter a prominent merchant of Jainbur, two I Rackawav. a lut of Fence l'oila. 11 stantls lles. Helmettn, ays Chamberlain's Colic, a lot ot Hrick, Harrow, 1 Wagons nnd all other miles from s Cholera ami Dlarrhica Kemedv hM given great larming Implements usually fouiid on a farm, and satisfaction in the most severe cases of dysentery it is certainty one 01 tne bosi tnings ever mut -Korsalehy Dr M L ltourne, Druggist and Op Nine of tlcian, Stanford, Ky. Ten in the Ibink &. Trust Cu. and 14 in the Mrst National f Stu ford, 13 in the Nviton it Has contracted with responsible firms lor Its plants and will have the Ice and Illertrk I'lanis cornpU lr.1 in about Slsty davs. the Water l'Um .mu t SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL ter In order to place Individual contracts In HANK OK STANIORD, e for Water and KleetrU Light. theCompaar Now closing up) with the same asstu and undsi offers the following the same management Neeessary water pipes w, be laid, comiesied to fly provisions of Its chiller, depositors are as lor pipe ami work. fully protected as aie depositors in National mains at actual I.teclrlc wires put In and necessary rlstutes Banks, Its shareholders being held individually free el ,lwrge liable to the e stent of the amount of their slock To h of best quality and gtnrantted to give therein at the par value thereot, in addition to the amount invested in suih shares It may act as satlsfartion 1 of adopted rales is Iromjttaso ciccutor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully ai per he schedule than cent lower is usually given an individual To those who entrusted their buisincss ta ui while mnaging the Lincoln National Hank ol Schedulo of Stanford, we we here lender our many thsnki and trust they will continue to transact their busineat Dwelling of 1 rooms, on, faucet . .. San with us, ottering as a guarantee far prompt amotliach additional room. 50 ion to same, our twenty years' esperience in Kach additional faucet I co banking and as liberal accommodations as aie conStores, Itsnks and Private Offices, Uucc'l $00 sistent with sound banking . ii. ins, riKic,onc lam ei 300 I lose allathineut ler spunkier .. . $03 UIHSCTOMS StaMes, private, ene animal a 00 Koch aoditunal asjimal J J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; I 00 J.M. Hall, Stanford; As Ksecutor of Cieorge Vauehn. deed , I will sell at his late residence a'j miles from blaufjtd Rates. J. S. Owsley, Stanford , an um unnani pike, on I'ar commercial use. S.J. Kmbry, Stanford; One are and three 16 c. p. ineandescent lamp J. H. Lynn, Stanford; per year .... ..,. .. . ... .. J., M A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgcvillt; For 16 e p each incamloKeiit lighi, r mo. 6a the following property, J I'. Cash, Stanford; to II ', M ,' M .. M William Cooch, Slantnrd, Ky 5 ) ' J I. l II JJ ' S II. Shanks, I'icstdcnt For Kefclntn J H. Owaley, Cashier good land, well improved ; has good rosldence, Of W M Height. Teller For toe lamp per mo barn and other outbuildings, and water, and " the htuds ol S II Shank", J. K Lynn and A m " ad " M ' Kast-lanWesley Vanarsdtll and the land of and containing about 14; acres, be the sasic more or less. Third A tract of laud situated partly in Mercer and partly m Movie count Kenturkv, and lying on the east side of the Danville and Har- turnpike road. Ihousti not tunning on rodstmrz Mid nike. and about miles frum the town of Dan ville, and bounded ou the north by tho llellows Mill road, on tho south by the Mock Mill road, on the east bv the land ol A. W Kastland nnd on the west by the lands of S l. KaMland, and these br ing the same tracts of land conveyed to J C. Caldwell as trustee of .Mrs. K 3. Kastland and others by dredol date April 14th, 1(91, and said dcd being of record in both iloylc county and Mercer county. In making the sale the first two parcels of land above described, and which join, will be offered a a whole and then oSVred separately nrd that bid accepted which brings the most n.uuey The thud parcel will be sold bv itself TKItMt mid.knonon dayof sale I 1 l ALDWKLL, Ag't, Au n. 5(t. d, OF STANFORD. KV . fully org anurd and ready fer business wilt) rillt STANIORD" r, Paid up Capital of Surplus, ..... - $200,000. 19,000. Watertight and Ice Co. i cl d Yearly Water Rates. 1 PUBLIC SALE LMD. STOCK ERB CROP. Electric Light Tuesday, Nov. 1st, 1892, 216 The Farm of Acres itl" lt tit-d- BC. j T. BUSH, i " " 4tb" ' I'or each addltMNsal ' For luilher information, apply to -- " Tea-no- REAL ESTATE AGENT J W HAYDKN.Snp'i. &c 1 Mi Stanford, I ' sv , Ky. v- -'l Lit-lar- d, 1 sell-Ral- 1 When Ritby wassicl. wo sjnw hT fastorit. "Wlien h)us a'. a Child, sli urltxt for Custnria. When klie became 31 iin, she oluns to Oitorin. When hhu had Children, fchu caw thorn OaUrf;i. Have been purchased and not turnouts will leave the stable. but tirst-ila- is Half-Par- k Kxc l'ksiok Via Tin: ukk.v Is no use of any .uffering with thecho-er- a when Chamberlain's Colic, Choleri and Dint-rhiIt will give Remedy can n procured have 111 short time, lew minutes and cure in -- W II Clinton, Helmettn N tried it and know was at first 1. The epidemic at Helmetta to be cholera, but subeiiient investigHtion violent form of dysentery, alproved It to be I his leinedy was as dangerous us cholera most fur Sale by Dr. used tnerc with great success M and Optician, L. ltourne, Ky Give tli em 37 a Call. THE GOFFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY., JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. intend to conduct it ua as to in my charge and not only maintain its high reputatiou, but to add to its long list oi friends. Special accommodations for commercial travelers and fine rooms for the display of samples. tJThis Hotel, renovated and refurnished, is now 1 October 25th, to various points on connecting lines in Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas, the last Harvest Excursion of tho season. Stop over privileges and choice of routes allowed. Tickets good L'O days from date of sale for return. Kor information apply to agent at your station, or address I). G. Etl wards, G. V. A., Q. & C. Route, Cincinnati, 0. CiiLSCKNr ItouTK, it there 11 11 1 11 tun-for- NEW BUTCHER SHOP. I have just upni'd u Lancaster strict, where J tint-ilas- A 37-- tf First-Clas- s And 1I1I.LIARD and Have you asked papa yeljV Georjjt Xo, not yet. Ethel Why don't yon' George I'm polu? to write to him; Saloon seoms more businesliko to nend in POOL ROOMS attached. sealed proposal. New York Herald JOSEPH COFFEY Klhel 1 s lint, her Shop ou will keep at ull times : that can !. churned, which I w ill sell at the market price I have a tine, now, large refrigerator and meats will always bv kept fresh and nice 48 I m. JULIAN VEST BEST : MEATS CASH for I Highest casli market price paid Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, &c, at , According to the census report, the whole number of males in the United ( Statea in 1S00 was IW.OuT.SSO, and tho wholo number of females o0,fr4,370. For the United Status as a whole, therefore there are for every 100,000 males 1)5,280 females m 1S!)0. The Btreet sweeper can no longer look for aid from tho trailing skirtH of the ladies. D.itne fashion wills that skirts, for outdoor wear, shall barely touch the ground. J. H. BAUGHMAN, FIRE AND STORM INSURANCE AGENT Representing Hartford, of Hartford, Conn., Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, Ins. Co. of North America, " Companies. I would All of which are be pleased to wait on my friends in this line. I'ol. icies promptly issued. Will insure against tornadoes, wind storms and lightning Lightning claus. es attached without additional charge Oflice at First National Hank Stanford. tint-clas- s M. iyr F: ELKIN & CO., STANFORD, KY. has ijuite a number of FARMS lor sale et the Lumls in Linceln csMinlr. vcrv best II These farms arc all well Improved ainl good rich land., running in sue from 5410500 Acres Considering theis locality, their rtchneaa and fr. of turnpike, and ii- ,,l7 rcwds that bring markets right In eur ittsor, ihey cheaper than the Land of aay orhet couaty.in aie iters: is sranciy a rarm in tnu counineautie ty over 3 miles from a depot b NatHinalulht Mo.aadio in Kini 1 lie luulity is checked wllh turnpikes running of Fort Kansas There w not public road cu good inevery direction seat At the same time aud plate I will sell county Macadamised rood Mares and some well bred a ear old Colls, tering thethe Knosvilletlut is nut the I. .V N It We have llrauch ol and oine in v yearling and hilhe. R, dividing the county from Krh to Wet and the Term.nudr known on day nf sale f rum North to Niuth, the K C. K R A HAII. lrom this place to Ciniiniuti, crossing ike C ft O. e Hxi utor George Vatighli. ue d at Winchester, giving full acress to the markets ol the whole werld. Ilesides, we have three large Flour Mills III the county that give us a market for all our grain right.it home, and the develop mcntol the mountain regions ol Kavtcrn and South eastern Kentucky bv isilro.ids and the outOF STANFORD. KY. let South by railroads has created such a demand for alt kinds of c reals and provend" that wecan scarcely retain enough ter homcconsumptlcn. I he people are prosperous, generous and kind, believing in Christianity und education, there Is not a neighborhood in the county but has a good church and school-hous- e Jl'NCTION CITY, Attention of the public is invited to the fac Stanford, the county seal of Licoln.is a pros Have just erected lhat this is tho only National Hank in Stanford pcrnus little city ul about 7,500 inhab.tauts and is Houm) and am fully a new Marble and C.ranllo prepared 10 fill orders fur all Under the provisions of the National Hank Act the great doorway from the North and Northkind ot Marble nnd t.r.inile depositors are secured not only by the capital east South and from the Narthwest to Southeast, employ skilled workmen from wnrtr f 1.,. ......... . the East. My freight stock, but by the stockholders liability lor an and standing at it does gating right Into the bos. n . I... .., ... I ,,. ,u -- ... ... CIICU and 1 will not he mi. amount equal to the stock, so that depositors of om of the undeveloped mountains uf Southeastern dersold JOE S. WUKSIIT a fund of $400,000 Kentucky barked up by the whu'e this institution are secured by Five sworn statements of thecondllion of the bank remon ol the State with railroads running through are made etch y6irto the United States governit to all points of the compass, makes it naturally ment and itsiicts are examined at stated tunes one of the best looted towns In the Sa.it li for by government agents, thus securing addituoua manufactures and other enterprises of magnitude. Water U'urli are now beinir agitated unit riffhf and perfect, safety to depositors This institution, originally established as the I iUtr the town about of a mile In 185B, men Deposit lnnk ol Mantord there could he erected Water Works with very tied as the National Hank ol Stanford in iStis and little cost that would supply it city of so, 000 inas the First National Hank ol habitants with the purest and best water in the again Stanlord in I'iii, has had practically an uninter- world Our little city has been newly rebuilt in rupted existcnceof 31 years It is better supplied the last few years and its business houses ard resnow with lacilitlesfortransacting business prompt iliences will compare with larger cities of greater ly and liberally than ever before in its long and pretensions. Our merchants and trHdesincu are honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fidu We have two all prosperous and doing well ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solic-tebanks wilh a capital slock ot $400,000 that are prosperous and in a good condition. We have a Female The Directory of this Hank is composed ol We have splendid schools College, a large brick building, with over 100 pu 1' J. Foster, of Stanford; pils in attendance and under the prlnttpalsliip ol Forestus Reid, Lincoln county ; Prof. J M. Hubbard, t in a nourishing condi-J. W. Hayden, Stanford; tion. We also have a Seminary that is a good school, with Prof II F Jolinvm, at its head We S. II. Ilaughman, Lincoln; hue one of the best Public School buildings ic M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; S-- this section of the State, with over 100 pupils in S. T. Harris, Lincoln; attendance, and with other good private schools, you tee our school facilities are excellent Havioir removed my Ilarber Snop to the Com J. S. llocker. Stanford; We have elegant church builnings, representing nerciai nuiei, 1 am G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; every denomination, with a full corps 01 ministers T. P. Hill, Stanford. offias class talent and are doing a belter business to Accommodate W. G. Welch, Stanford; than uuy class of men in the city. I have tried as well to make (his statement as facts, Gentlemen, W. P. Tate, Stanford. without anv exaggeration or coloring, at those In anything ihey may wish in my line. Chil-als- o OFFICERS: who know will bear ne out, and those who with waited on. Call ti me. I.S. Hocker, President; to buy pleasant homes at Uir prices and locate among a good people with all the best surroundJohn J. Mc Roberts, Cashier; ings would do well to call aud see me before pur A. A. McKmney, Assistant Cashier. chasing elsewhere In Commercial 1 tirst-cla- Forty Shares Bank Stock Na-lin- al 1 Jo-cu- 1 CSRR FIRST NATIONAL BANK Capital StockSurplus $200,000 20,000 Junction City Marble&GraniteWorks K. n Illue-Oras- a ' thrm-fourt- hs 1 An d. HL. IUL -- Prepared as Ladies :i, JESSE THOMPSON, Hotel. J- -f 'A t f'&