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All of tho old and moat of the middle aged, The youwier Bet wcro unterUhietl can remember when the bodies of the by Miss Mabel Itoyaton Saturday oven dead woro convoyed by hand to tho burial ground; tho ball bearers being relieved Lancaster can bonut of linvinK tnoro at short intervals by a liko 'number who Btrcet'cornor politicinnn than any town were ready to take their places na soon her size in tho State. ns those hnving charge of the remains A now croHsinR baa been lulil from LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. STANFORD, KYM TUESDAY. OCTOBER 25. 1892. , in. Josopb'B etoro to KlklnH inarkot-liousand UxlDRtoii ttreet Is buhiK Improved. Tho election booths, &a., hnvo ar rived and today, Monday, ono will be placed on the public pquare for tho instruction of voters. A. very enjoyable hop was Riven nt Armory Hall Thursday nveninx i lien or of tho viBltliiK. yoniiR uuiies. auuui. iu couples participated. Tlio ropublicaiiH hnvo nominated Mr. William Hroaddi.8, of Buckeye, for circuit clerk. Thoy will probably decide whether thoy will put out candidates for other county oIHcch. Messrs. James Hamilton and Kice purchased from 0. II. IleiiKO hnvo Myers tho lot on which tlio livery stable burned. Tho lumber is bein hauled on and thoy will commonco work s etable. Thoy are both a larRO, new ano that they will make a biu'Ciwb iu tho livery busbies Roes without o to-da- y became tired. Threo or moro bandana handkerchiefs about threo feet square tho kind in fosliion st that day were placed beneath tho cofiin and the ends of each worn held by tho pull bearers on each sido and in that way tho remains woro carried to the grave. This mode of conveying tho bodies of tho departed would of course be impracticable in cases where the distnncu would be great; but there is certainly something comforting in the thought that when wo nre citllml upon to "Sli oltle off Oil mortal coil," our lemaltiB will be tenderly convoyed by kind friends to their Inst resting plate. DANVILLE. to-d-ay bun-tier- Dr. W. Montfort left; Tuesday for a two weeks' nhhonce in Louisville. ttuv. ltoburt Lee Bowman, of Hip. Iy, Tviin., nnd his little son, are hero say-lu- g. on a visit to lolativos. S r i Tlie Boyle qunrterly court will begin Tho union services. Sunday night Monday with 80 iip(enrancs mid 'J I old weru held nt the. Presbyterian church. oases. Some IU of them aro contested at which time Klilor Frank dulivorod i u OflSfS. Mr. Wilbur Goode, of Lincoln counablo discourse. Tuo services mxt Sunday nlht will be hold at the Christian ty, has opened a coal yard on Main church, nt which tlmu it will bo decided s'roet nearly opposite the old Central u bother the meeting will continue lo House. II. W. French bus been elected bo held during tho winUir. for smother entertainment si von nt Garrard keeper of the Tho ColU'tre, Friday I'vcning by the Krponfau yar, by both the county and town uud I. iterary Society was very enjoyable in- authorities. John Crum him bought from Kov. deed. lCnch number on tho programme John G. Bruce's hoirs the Brucu farm, wsh well received by the lare and Wo regret tlint three miles north of town, containing 1)0 nudionce. space forbids Rlvimt the itrupraiiiimt in acres, at $15 per acre. A. Tribble. landlord of the Gilcher full. Tlio College was never in i more iirosnorouB condition and Prof. Uordou House, received six white female ser SutunUy, to take is to bo conjjratulated upon securlni; so vimU from ablo n corps of teachers ami Inrgo mint the place of six coons disaharged for and tritling-nes- . general insubordination her of pupils. If tho people of Incaster, who A. B. Kue, photographer, moved his prosperity, would ko to work nnd Hccurd better railroad facilities they trnps to Harrodsburtr, Friday. When might In n Bhort tlmo seo a better con- the room, corner of M dn nnd 'M streets, dition of ullAirs Iu tho business of tlio he has been occupying, has been remodtown. Tho drummers who visit tho eled, ho may como back. Col. Archie Johnson, of the let regtown complain that they have more trouble in RCtttuK hero and incur ureat- - iment uniform rank Knights of Pyth eroxtHjnsothan in visittnn any of the ias, visited Utopia Ixlgo No. D3, this towns in Central Kentucky. A direct place Thursday night. He is on n tour connection with tho Queen & Crescent, of inspection to the lodges throughout or the Ixmlavillo Southern, near Dan- the State. ville or Burghi could be mudo at comTho Knights of Honor lodge here paratively small outlay and would soon was organized Oct. 13, 1870. Of tho repay its coat In tho benefits it would charter members only Dr. W. It. Evans to our town andjeounty. nnd Mr. E. II. Fox aro left. Since 1870 Mr. Goodie Uckoy, of Kansas Ci- the ordor throughout the United States ty, Is vielttnj; his parents, Mr. und Mrs. has paid out $ll,'JoO,000. Mr. L. C. Kwing, son of Mr. Sam I). M. Ijickey. Misses Bessie Burnsido Patlio Benrley aro spending the Ewing, and Miss Annie 'Partington, nnd daughter of Mr. Joseph Tarklngton, week in Uuiavllle. Miss Jllyan, of marriage license Monday mornis the Kuest of Miss l.ubi Ander son. Mrs. K. W. Harrisland eon Georgo ing nnd nre to bo married Wednesday. ii.vn roinrnixl from IOiiisville. Mr.'Jno. All belong in tho west end of tho counMiller nnd daughter, Miss.' Georgia, aie ty. Tho ceremony will bo performed by in Cincinnati. Miss Nannie Sweeuoy is Uev. H. II. Caldwell. Miss Dovio Talbott, daughter of Mr. visiting relatives nenr Danville. Mrs. W. O. Bradley and daughter, Christine, A. G. Talbott, of Kockciiatlo county, nnd month's vls.it to Mr. Waller Greening, of Huatonville, Jiavo returned from Miss Anniel Koblnson ii nre to be married nt the Clemens House, Now York. visltlug In Danville. Mrs. U. K. McKob Tuesday at 10 o'clock a. i. The attenderts has returned from ft visit to Hop ants nro to bo Mr. John Hiiro and Miss klnsvillo. Mrs. Nannio Klkln, of Louis- - Mary Nnnnelloy, of HuBtonville.and the ville, is visiting Mrs. M. D. Hughra. Mr. ceremony is to lie pronounced by Kov. Sam Joseph, n popular drummer of Cin- J. S. Kendrick, of tho Christian church. After breakfast in the company of n few cinnati, is in town this week. honors of the republic friends Mr. and Mrs. Greoning will leave Now that the havobeen bestowed upon Ihojgrcat nnv via the Queen it Crescent road for a imitor, Christopher Columbus, why not wok's trip to Cincinnati and Louis remember some of tho other 'iworthies ville. W. D. Dukes writes from Colfax, who hnvo figured HomewhntJ conspicu enquiring about ono Dan Murphy. of the world? Why ously in the history to tho flrntifimviKBtor of Ho says Dan is paying attention to his not go buck whom sacred history giveslnny account, laughter and posing ns a single mnn. viz. Noah, tho Guilder of the nrk? It is As to whether Murphy is married or true That some 7.WX) or b,000 lyoars ha ve single the following from tho records of elapsed since lie figured tin ;tlie world, the Boyle county court clerk's oiilcemay but what is a tiiousand years in n matter be read with interest: "This is to certi1 lib of February, 1S5IJ, of tliis sort? Is It not true that if it bud fy that on tho for the skill and labor perform- tho rites of matrimony were legally not been by mo between Dahiel J. Mured by Noah In building tho vessel in tho beasts phy and Lula B. Shepherd, at Shepherd's which ho nnd Ids liouso and and fowla.were sheltered Ithero would house, in tlio presence of Tlinrp Shaw hnvo been no Christopher Columbus to and Mattie Clark. Kov. A. J. Brady." Mrs. Murphy is now hero at tho homo dlacover America and no Chnuneoy to Bound his pmises. By nil means of her brother, Mr. Miko Shepherd. let tho "Noah" celebration proceed nnd It is generally understood that her huslet it be ono of such magnitude as to band has deserted her. Mr. Thos. Yeager, son of Leo Yen-ge- r, completely lay in the shadel'tho demonof this county, was seriously woundstration in liouor of .Columbus. tho groat Poet Lau- ed Friday morning whilo out hunting. Lord Tennyson, Ho hud gotten over a fence and was reate of Kugland, hadrnn aversion to standing resting tho barrel of his gun hearsea nnd in defereuco to his opinions - ugainst his side when his dog jumped were con. upou this subject, his'.rcmalns ....... . I struck tho gun nud causIn " trom nis rcwucuw " tl.n .rain .. over the fence, veyed is Idiflicult to eeo ed it to explode. Tho charge toro away a common cart. It a nortion of tlio fleshy part of his left what reasonable oojecuou mcio toum breast, one or two shot went through bo to tho U30 of a hearsoain conveying his ear and the rim of ids hat just above tho dead to their place of interment; but it was blown away. It is thought that subjects, upon this, us .upon all other somo of tho shot outcred the lung as peculiar views aro often entertaircd by to give satisfactory there lias been some hemorrhage, althose who nre unable mnjori-t- y though tho doctors are not sure of that, vettigatiou showed that thodisoase wai not cholreasons for their opinions. The 1ms been subject to hemera, but a violent dysentery which It almost at segive but little attention as Mr. Yeager of mankind vere and dangerous as cholera, Mr. Walter and orrhages nnd those ou this occasion, a prominent merchant of Jameabur, two to smitten concerulug'.tholr burial, they say, may have been caused by the miles from Helmetta, says Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Uisrrhrca Remedy has tiven sreat the discussion of thelsubject of consider shock. satisfaction in tho most severe cases of dysentery. denth and its BurroundinRa as one to be made It it certainly one. .John B. Murphy, about 'JO years old, For sale by Dr. M of the best thlugi everand Op-" I., ltourue, Druggist possible. Tho uso of avoided as long as country towns filiod up on booze Thuraday evoningnnd tician, Stanford, Ky. hearses in tho villages or work-houm 1 1 dc-niro- ita re-eur- concluded lo take Junction City, which ho did, holding possession for several hourB. Ho walked up nnd down tho railroad platform nourishing a pistol and nbualnjr Mr. Evaus, the town marshal,; who, to liis praise bo it said, preferred not to kill him or ovon hurt him in nu ciibrt to restore order, owing to tlio young man's unfortunate condition. Instead, Mr. Evans came to Ditnvillo and obtained n warrant from Judge McFer-rnwhich was executed without any trouble Friday, as by that time Murphy was sober and heartily nsluimeil of his conduct. Sittirdny morning hi plead guilty before Judg4 MeFerrjn and was lined $100, which he replevied. At 8 o'clock a. M .Oot.'JI, 1812, Capt. A. S. McGrorty, of this place, and Miss Koe B. Yeiser, alio of Danville, were united in marriage. Tlie ceremony was performed by Kov. John A. Adams, nn Episcopal minister, then n resident of Danville. In those diys the fastest way of traveling was by Htag4 nud it was by this conveyance that the captain nnd his bride went the d ty of their marriage mi a visit to friends iu Louisville, stopping ou the way for n. day or two nt Lexington. They have resided continuously in Danville ever since, with the exception of a yoir uptmt in Georgia. They nro among our most honored citizens and hnvo only a life uf harmony nnd happiness to look back upon lit the expiration of half a century. Their daughters, Mrs. A. S. Ormsby, of Kminettsburg, Iowa, nnd Mrs. W. E Brie, of Louisville, and their families, were with them Monday, on which dny a large number of friends called and tomhred their congratulations. n, MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Wichita, Has., sued lorn divorce and died just as , . , Mrs. Minn o "T"f. Pad rick, of . Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 6th, 1892. Pru, dill., ....iim.lUH, ,', Jacob Kloigman committed suicide by taking morphino 2,7-11 ., , o Ux-iagto- n. ob-tiin- Do-pe- w ! 1 .- because ids wife would not live with Full corpi of Conservatory and N'ormil School Superior courses in Literature, Music and him. An. Excellent lx.irdlng department. Catalogues nnd circular! furnished on application. During tho year ending July 1st., diOhio had n 1,751 marriages ami vorces. This shows that tho number of divorces to mnrriages was I p'jr cent. At Bucyriis, Ohio, Will Sohauf shot hisbridi-o- l two weeks mid then committed suicide all because she would not shall" keep constantly on During the year 1892 I nttend the which ujre gohand a full and complete stock of ing ou. Miss Pattie Goocli. the pretty daughter of Mr. William Gooch, of tho ? i) Ki- .- ft Creek section, and Mr. Will yw .i n nn II Mr Matheny will be married at 1L o'clock. They will leave nfterwnrd for Cincinnati nnd other cities. My stock of Up in Greenup county resides one John Milton Kingcley, now. three score ten nnd two years of age, who has been married six times and had 01 children, Is larger and better selected than jever and I assure my customers of all hut 10 of whom nre alive nnd grown, drompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas except the lust, which Is just three D.LTon in charge. A. R. PENNY. weeks old. A sensation was produced in Midway last week when it was learned that Will J. Owsley, who is here, in a married man and has been since last July. His bride is Mits Elvio Hickets, daughter of n deceased minister of the Christian church, and they were married in Jcliersjuville. After tho ceremony she went South nnd Mr. Owsley returned to Midway to establish himself in business. Tne secret was kept till tho other day, when it got out nnd then Mr. OwsCHURCH AFFAIRS. ley went nud. brought his bride home. A We are making Ben Helm preached twice at desire to do something romantic is said Kov. to have been the cause of their escathe Methodist church Sunday. Kov. B. O. Horton, of Virginia, pade. w ill preach at Goshen next Sunday hi In Memory of Miss Lizzie E. Carter. ) O&v. o'clock. "Hark' thoy whisper angels say,' At New Albany, Ind., Kov. Yatninn, Sister spirit, come avtay." an evntigulist of Philadelphia, lias had "Weep softly, weep softly, they welcome her home' over 100 additions to the Centenary M. rfOF The dark valley is passed, the wild rivers foam; E. Church. ung that breathe never of sorrower And with Uev. A. V. Sizemoro began a meetsio, ing Ht Willow Grove last night to , con- To the mansions of I leaven they welcome her in." On Monday night, Oct. 17, JS02, death tinue a week at least. Preaching only entered tho hitherto happy home of Mr. at night. Kov. Geo. W. Dunlap's meetings anX Mrs. P. W. Carter and the spirit of continuo wilhiucrenstug crowds. Those hh'Ai, the eldest and dearly loved daughSHOES THIS SEASON. who nttend are very much interested ter, winged its tlight to tho realms of the and already he has accomplished much blessed. All that medical skill and lovgood. He will preach nightly nt the ing hearts could do to stay tho hand of courthouse until after Sunday nt least. that dread disease, typhoid fever, failed, It is announced that the work of and the pride of the household was taraising the $100,000 necessary to estab ken. lish a Presbyteriau theological seminary ''O'er the fair home of earth, by her bright presence blest,'' in Louisville will soon bo begun by ! of Central Univer- what a shadow has fallen Chancellor Blanton, Lizzie was quite a favorite with all her sity. Tho Presbyterian students will XL have free access to the Baptist theolog- relatives and friends, so affectionate in disposition, to unselfish in her nature Is now ready for everybody with a full line of ical library of UU.OOO volumes. ever forgetful of self in contributing to the comfort and happiness of others no LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. wonder sho inado friends among the Senator VA Parker came home Sunyoung and tho old, wherever she Ladies' and Misses Cloaks, day to spend a month. went. Truly did Elder V. L. Williams M r. J. T. Williams is rejoiced at the say at her grave, "Xone knew her but arrival of another girl baby nt his house to loyo her." Sunday. She had been a consistent member of Shoes of all kinds. Full stock of Hoots' for Men, Hoys and Chili Common pleas court commenced McCormack Church for more that elevdren. Call and examine our goods and get prices. niinin Monday, the last court of the en years. In the choir of the old church kind we will have. Highest market prices paid for Eggs, Uutter, Gensang and Dried she loved so well, how much her Don't forget that Govs. James B that McCreary and Simon Holivar Buckner sweet voice will be missed, as will also Fruit. bo her christian influence W. E. in London willppeak at the For moro than two years she had been Thursday, Oct. 27th, in the interest of associated with Hustouville Christian tlio democratic pnrty. College iu the capacity of music teachKuni I'nsey Gooch, whoso serial Htory, er. How much bIio loved her professHow deeply interested was she in "The Harden of .fystery," was begun in ion Sho will to of Fetter's Southern Mag- tho welfare of her College tho last inuuh missed there. Teachers and puazine, which for uniiienes ami intricacy of plot baa seldom been equalled iu pils of this College gathered with many literary works of the past decade, lias 111 relatives and friends around her grave to M El vBses. H IsH ssa H sW the November number the second in- witnew the last sad rites of burial. Her stallment of tho story which is based ou young gentlemen friends of Ilustonville The Moral tribhypnotism, and triMts of this subject in woro her a masterful inaunor, the interest in her utes were exceedingly lovely and very and for diameters and plot iucreaaing with each numerous. Wo need hardly seek words of comilchapter. The story is handsomely Csutorla cures Colic, Constipation, "Csvstorla la so well adapted to children that lustrated from drawings by Carol a fort for thesorodistressed parents, brothSour Stomach, Dlarrha-o- . Eructation, ers and sisters. No wonder they miss I recommend It aa auperior to any prescripUoa Kills Worm, given ideop, and promote dl. Brenner. II. A. Arciikk, M. P., known to roe." . mm m pestlon. her so sadly! Sho was all that daughter Without injurious medication. So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. Y, IU a There Is no use of any anlferliiff with the Colir. Cholera and Diar- - and sister could be. "Yet 'tis God that when Tub Ccnticr Compant, 77 Murray Street, N. Y rhira Kumcdycnn bo procured It will give relief has beroft us." Heaven seems nearer to fc have short time, in lew minutes and euro In tried it anil know W. II. Clinton, llelmetu, N us since Lzy.q is there. j. The epidemic at llelmetla was at tint be'Her aged too, is crushlieved to bo cholera, but subsequent investigation proveil It to be a violent form of dysentery, al ed with sorrow over her sudden and earas cholera. Thli remedy was nioM ns dangerous used mere with great tiuccess For Sale by Or. ly death. She being a namesake and and Optician, StanM. I.. Ilouriie, first grand-chilthe relation existing ford, Ky m between them was ever beautiful in the William Head, of Clarksville, Tonn., extreme. "Grand ma's" comfort and (Late Alexander's Hotel.) Hhot himself fatally whilo out bird hunt pleasure were ever paramount in Liziug. Both Houses adjourned from Friday zie's thoughts. To her wej would say: Rates S2.50 Per Day. and there is now nothing to The separation will not bo long, and sho till who loved you so tenderly on earth will Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-Hous- e make the extra session a thing of the past but the reading and comparison of be first to greet you in Heaven. May her brothers aud sisters rememthe revenue bill which is being enrolled. : w. k. T.nr.AN A. W: Jones, J. J. Sullivan, Tho General Assembly adopted tho ber while thoy sigh for her sweet comManager! J. J. Marshall, clerks. report of the confereuco committee on panionship on earth, though islie cannot return to them, they can go to her. And Sen-attlio revenue and taxation bill. The practically wins everything for which may the memory of Iter beautiful chrisit has held out, ami tho House adopted tian life be to them a blessed inspiration tho report in preference to having no rev in Juture years, causing them to imltato her virtues and be prepared at last to enuo bill this year at all. am: meet her at tho '"beautiful gate, where A reported outbreak of cholera nt Ilehuetta, N. she is waiting und watching" for them. J .creatnd much excitement in that vicinity. In. S.-- A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER 1! , fire-ork- (, Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. J I ToiletArticles Glass, Books, jrTSBrEkHX THATCHES, CLOCKS & well-know- n 0 SPECIALTY LADIESbCHILDREN & s m I, M'ROBERTS HIGGINS. w. p"""" l o 101I7V Mli EMim Staple Dry Goods and Dress Goods, Clothing for Men, Boys and Children, ! court-hous- PERKINS, Crab Orchard. ! ! IRV H s. Infants Children. 11 cho'-er- Chtmln-rUin'- s 11 1 grand-mothe- r, m . THE WILLARD. Louisville, Ky. git&&W8&8 to-da- y J. "" o Lil-lar- d, BucIclin'aArnlca Salve. The best salve in the world tor cuts, bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum, favcr sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skit, erup tions and positively cures piles, or no pay required, It is guaranteed to triyv. perfect satisfactioe, Price 25 cents per box. or money refunded. For sale by A.'R. I'enny, Stanford, Ky. FAIAWIOTBR Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. tftlitltt &BS PT Is Receiving His Give me call. H.6.R0PLEY,- N Mn .it VI ? . fJ XT ' a u Semi-Week- ly InteriorJoimal - Btanfokd.Ky., October W. F WALTON. Frederick Ross, a boy 18 years old, died from the effects of a blow in tho neck from a playmate during a game of r.A.rhrn.ipif. ninn.7t. foods from, ball at Paducah. A. CO., DEMOCRATIC TICKET- Mr. Henry Watterson has been appointed the oxecutivo committeeman for For President, Kentucky for the national association of GROVBR CLEVELAND. We them, democratic clubs. . For A Louisville boy set u trap for chickLight trimADLAI E. STEVENSON. en thieves and his mother not aware f Give For Congress, of it, went into the building and had her JAMES B. McOREARY. head blown off. Tho Olympic Club will give anothor For Circuit Judge, fistic carnival nt Now Orleans in Febru- I MIOAH O. SATJFLEY, ary, at which it is expected that Corbett For Commonwealth' Attorney, will fight Mitchell. JOHN SAM OWSLEY, JR. T A firm at Munice, Intl., is making ! glass out of the bones of dogs. They A'- aro melted together with soda, ash, vw j j Gov. Jamks B. McCrbary spoke to a limestone and sulphur. e full of interested listeners! a-LOVIE- S. Larkin Putnam was shot and nior Saturday afternoon, and held them for tally wounded at Lebanon by John nearly two hours with a very fine effort' Withrow during a quarrel over a game He began by snying that during his of craps. Withrow escaped. eight years in Congress he had never re e burned Larue county's Columiiuh Day was observed with ceived a simile letter from a constituent we give objecting to his course or challenging a more or less pomp and ceremony in Thursday night, but most of tho papers V tUHS'Kn7 vote, and that was exceedingly gratify- nearly every city, town and hamlet in were saved. The building cost $10,000 j ing to him. He had been accorded a the United States. Tho chief interest, of 20 years ago. No insurance. Scoundrels rocked the house of Joe free track this time, but he intended to course, centered in Chicago, where it is to relax none of hia energies aud would be said "40 acres of pooplo" listened to the Hacly, who lives near P.ulucah, ami to found on the stump till the eve of the impressive ceremonies. Mr. Watter- - when his wifo went to tho door alio was election, which is in many respects tho son's address, which was a brilliant ef shot down and will likely tlio. Policeman Dean, of Harrodsburg, Goods, most retnarkablo one in the history of fort, more than favorably compared with the country. Never beforo havo two Mr. Depew's oration, notwithstanding fell dead, after arresting a prisoner, who . men, who had been president, been can- the latter had months to prepare it, resisted him. Ho was 05 and formerly FOR SALE. BY didates against each other and never while tho distinguished editor did not overseer at Daughters College At Willard, Sylvester Adams was were two candidates presented who know five days beforo its delivery that were each a platform in himself. Be he would have (ho very high honor. shot and killed uud Oscar Adams, his sides a president, there are 356 Congress ino turee days' ceremony nitsseil off nephew, seriously wounded by I. D. Messrs. W. O. Greening and Jno. Swope, men, 28 legislatures and 21 governors to most pleasantly and Chicago demonstra- Burnett. They fell out over a road. At Lexington, Patrick Hawkins, an of HiicUinville, were in thisneiglibor-hoobe elected and yet with all this there ted fully her ability to take care of the never was so little noise and parade. It yast crowds that will gUher within her aged tailor, died and his twin brother, Sunday evening. Miss who was associated in business with Spoonatnoro went up to Mt. Xenla Friis a campaign of argument and a fight gates next year. him, is thought to be dying from the day morning to attend the Columbus for principles, and it is exceedingly Our new line of A deal of a most dishonorable naturo shock. day celebration. Miss Jennie Helm, of gratifying to democratic hopes to Eee republicans as Judge has been made between tho republican A. Jones, of Louis Junction City, spet.tSaturdHy mid Sunsuch distinguished Hon. Richard national committee and J. H. McDow ville, is dead. Ho was at one time a day with Mis Gertrude Pipes. Gresham, Gov. Cox, Judge Cooley, and others deserting the party of ell, ttie boss of tho people's party, by member of the Legislature from that liri-uWrrrk 385,000 3lni I.o.t. "fraud and corruption. For the last 30 which a fusion of tho two parties has city and was twice a caudinatu for atImmodiutely upon tho pjeaniiico of 0 torney general. UCl years the democrats had never been in been effected iu Tennessee. For and the promiso of republican supposition to put a single law in the statStephen Feike, a prominent banker tho report of Lulxir ComniibMouer Peck, 1NOJO ute books, but everything points now to port iu his ambition to become lT. S. of Sardinia, Ohio, was shot and kill d announcing that L'.OOO vorkinginou iu Coal Mods, Vases, Pokers, Shovels, Kitchen Sets, Zincs, Russia New York Mate had had their wages ina change in such a state of affairs. We Senator, McDowell has sold his party by a tenant named Justice. The cause creased mi average of twenty-thredol are going to elect Clevelund president. out anil the republican party becomes of the trouble was a suit of ejectment lars u year by tlio .McKinley bill, the IronJPipc, cct. the beneficiary of a corrupt bargain and brought by Feike. We have the House and tho Senate is Utica Observer liegnii n arch for a likely to be democratic, then the relief sale. The managers recognize that the Rain has been falling for three weels Utica man who lad fallen heir to promised the people will be. vouchsafed. omy way for them to win the election is on a spot about two yards square in the twenty threo dollars' worth of .McKinThe speaker here paid a most glowing to buy it and fat is being fried out of yard of the Haning family at Athens, ley fctock. It left plenty of space in it? columns, nnd invited workingmon to tribute to tho honesty, integrity and pat- their favored monopolists in a way they O., while in other portions of tho yard come forward mid announce thoir good despise. riotism of Grover Cleveland and painted the dnst is an inch deep. luck. No one cnine. in eloquent words his running mate, Mr. The London jury in the case of Neill The Lockiwrt Union followed the Tue Covington Commonwealth gives tho Canadian, charged with poisoning Stevenson, who, had he no other public and issued the kiiuh invitation. this good advice: "If any democrat has several women, found him guilty after No answer. record, the fact that ho turned out Tho Rochester Union and Advertlew and put trie siigtuest tloubt about his ability to being out five minutes. He was at once republican searched Rochester, and found no out good democrats iu their stead ought to fix his billot in legal shape, so as to in- sentenced to be hanged. give him a place in every democratic sure its being counted, and not thrown There is such n scarcity of water in of tho 2&5,000 men in that city. llie Oswego Palladium turnnl tlin out for some technical error, the safe the Schulykill valley that it has! become heart. search light on the workingmon in Osof im- aud sure way is to vote the ticketstraight. necessary to guard tho railroad tanks wego, There are only three questions and no man with twenty-thre- e portance in this canvuss to be discussed Simply put the 6tencil mnrk at the top used for filling locomotive boilers to predollars of McKinley tariff money is disof the column over which tho rooster vent reduction of taxes, the preservation of the people from stealing their con- covered. The Albany Argus invited evory one the liberties of the citizens iu the main- stands and it is a straight democratic tents. and the vote, counting one for every candidate tenance of Tho body of George Berber was of Peck's army of happy workingmon economical conduct of public affaire. Tiie on the ticket." found horribly mutilated in a lane near residing in Albany to com forwuitl and had placed ita fisher tell of it. No one ca inc. Then it scut republican administration Hufokk these lines are read the' wife St. Louis. It is thought that reportors to the big protected manufacself on record as against each and all of of the president of man namedMcller did tho deed becauso tories iu Albany and found no one. tho United States liberty of tithing on these, and by doing so had takeu a load will probably be dead. Other papers in New York are proseShe has been ill he was refused the that it will be unable to carry success- for months and the end at last Burger's rafts. cuting tho search with vigor, but with accounts fully. Mr. Harrison approved tbe The Phoenix Powder Mills, at Kel- no bettor success. It is now feared that seemed very near. Millions of hearts logg, W. Va., five in number, blew up Mr. Peck's report is a total wreck, and bill, which puts a, higher than will sympathize with Mr. Harrison in war tariff' on many of tho necessaries of this, the most heart rending Sunday for the fifth time in two years. that all of the 2&VU00 men Mipposed to loss that havo been on lwanl aro lost to the Relife; he recommended the force bill and can come to n A young lady half n mile away, was hit publican party. man. EVERY LINE which endorsed the Reed Congress, bv a fragment and badly hurt, but no NOW COMPLETE Later. A dispatch from Washington rocklessly appropriated over a billion of Tnrlir I'lrtiirr. one else was injured. Tho New York Press is still educating the people's money, swept away the says Mrs. Harrison died at 'J, After his remainB had been placed o'clock its readers by means of tariff pictures. $100,000,000 surplus tint Cleveland left yesterday in a cotlin, Benjamin W. Ash, who, it afternoon. On Sept. 21 it said: and in other ways showed its profligacy. was supposed, died in Louiivillc, arose ' "Official statistics provu that in Can . Every republican in the House voted for Voters remember that tho tariff is a and said: "Why do you bury me be- ada the average yearly earnings of factho force bill, a measure conceived in sin tax paid by the consumer and that "pro- fore I am dead." He then fell back in tory employees are ; i.- "-; 272. and born of a desire, to retain power tection," which takes money out of one his co Hi a and died sure enough. against the will of tho people. This bill mau's pocket to put it in At Painfield, Intl., Alvin Wiliiamp, In New York state, tinder the McKinley another's, is will be passed and approved if this elec- the meanest kind of captain of the Avon Democratic Club, law, they uro fMl.Sii.'' robbery because tion goes republican, and that of itself done under tho forms of law and was shot and killed by Henry Allison, a vote Liko tunny of its pictures this indicate Cooper was should make every democrat do his full the democratic ticke t. That the only republican. Congressman is mo uvs raiiieriiiaiiino neneillser "pro duty. His denunciation of the bill was way to obtain relief. speaking in a hall and WilliamH had just tection." Canada, liko the luw wagt eloquent and emphatic. It had been stepped out of a door to quiet h disor- countries of fiuroiie, has 'nrotectioii.' Garrard Republicans Nominate. thought that McKinley wrote the bill derly crowd when ho was shot. Its duties ninyin.t n eru.ro as high nrSpecial to The Interior Journal. which hears his name, but the present Uud Ritchey, a wealthy stock trader ours, tint iJcnuiRe it ha. i Minall iMipula-Uo, Ky., Oct. 21, 4 i m. --The of Allen county, was assassinated Friand a. limited uirkty of products, Congress had made the discovery that Carnegie wrote tho schedule on iron republicans nominated Jonathan Creech day. Ho was driving witlt his wife and tho pinch of "protection" is much more and steel and other pampered manufac- for sheriff' and Jamas McMurtry for child, when h was tired upon from am- fcovero than in our vimt country the greatest free trade country. on tlieglobo, turers that to suit their lines of trade. county attorney. No other nominations. bush. William Moore, a neighbor, with because the productions thought to be soqth can ho exchanged of the tropical E. O. Walton. Under this bill tho manufacturer, acwhom ho had a dispute, is freely for those DealcrsJIn. cording to statistics, make? on an av- tho one who committed the crime. of the north and thero is no custom NEWSY NOTES. Greenwood, in Pulaski county, house from Mahio to California. of 01 per cent; the farmer works At entire If Toxits had remained oiitnide of tin day in and day out and makes less than Corbett, the pusrilist, is said to he its Charles Haynes and Lucien Patterson :i per cent. He was glad to know that good an actor aj he is a fighter, concluded S.tturday to shoot out thoir United Status it would now Ikj tho farmer was awaking to the realiza-- j Three thousand marriages are per-ti- differences, which had been of long lean to projxise free trjdo with her ikiu tANIK standing, when Haynes drew his pistol ler labor products. If Canada should of the injustice that has been heap-formed every day all over Ihe world. be annexed tho McKinley wall would ed upon him under republican rule and Seven negroes were drowned while aud attempted to kill Pattereou. A col- come down, trade would certainly Ik. ored man named John Jewitt tried to advantageous to all and wages would had determined to be heard from at the crossing u ferry near Marshall Texas. polls. Nat Goodwin, tho actor, won $5,100 part them, when he was shot through cljmb a few jioints higher. But it U Qucenswarc, Glassware, Tinware, Lamps, Chamber Sets, Dinner The governor then gave a list of the at a single sitting at a faro table in Louis and thiough and killed instantly. Tho wicked to think or talk of such things. Sets. Also agents for tlic Empire Wheat Drill. railroad agent, Mr. Weatherford, was Look at the picture ugaiut necessaries of life, upon which the tariff' ville. breast, but he will recover. was excessive anil burdensome and arMadam Dies Debar, tho notorious shot in the McKlultty Vlnillcateil. raigned the party in power for its con- spiritualist, is wanted at Elgin, 111., for Patterson then shot with a Winchester The duty on imported wheat went uj rifle and instantly killed Haynes. tinued legislation for the classes against i larceny. iu Ib'JO; tho price down in 18D2. Dutj on oats up in 1890; price down in 1892. Dr. William II. Cheatham, father of the masses. Tho prospect of an early , Duty on corn up iu ItiOO; price down iu remedy of tho evils of such legislation the eminent Louisville physician, is dead Willow Grove, Boyle County. 1892. Duty are so bright as to give tho weakest heart at Shelbyville. were given a rare treat in the down in 1892.on homes up in 1890; price We Duty on wool up in 1890 encouragement and nerve every man to Marion Weinstand, of Dayton, Ohio, way of a serenade Saturday night. That price Wheelbarrows, Cross Cut Saws, Fencing Wire and Staples, Haling down iu 1892. Perhaps McKitilej his duty. do eloped with the wife and six children of guitar was "just too sweet for nny thing." is right after all, and increased duties Wire, Horse Shoes and Nice Toilet, Chamber and Dinner Sets. It is impossible in the space at our William Shoup. Will the young Solomon who was to do mean lowtr prices, but there art command to give even a full synopsis of At Buflington, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. make the trip to Danville on all fours some uxi'epthiiiH, especially in manufacthe very excellent effort of our distin- John Sells were suffocated by coal gas get ready to trot hinuelf out? "Minerv- tured prodllrto. guished Congressman, Suffice it to say from a cooking stove. Fifteen shares of the First National a-' was correct. Always on hand. All goods sold Seven persons were instantly killed that the speech touched on eyery imporMiss Dovie Talbott, who has been Rank stock owned by tho Cooper heirs political question and was worthy by the bursting of a bomb on Columbus visiting Misses Georgia and Maggie Lew- were Bold at about tant $155 per share. A. of him in every respect. In closing he Day at Los Angeles, Cal. is, has gone to Danville. Miss Jennie Wolf bought two s of cattle and Dennia F. Hunks died at Paris, III,, King, of Winchester, is visiting her aunt, hogs in this county last week, paying 2 made an earnest appeal to the democraOr taken back. Goods promptly delivered. cy of Lincoln to stand by its guns and last briday, aged 9.J. He was the early Mrs. James Swope. Miss Georgia Cook, and 2c for tho cattlo and 4 and He for largest majority in its power tutor of Abraham Lincoln. roll up the of Hueua ViBta, is with Minnie Myers. tho hogs. Somerset Republican. Court-Hous- SIX : PAGES. for tho ticket from Cleveland to our loA Cincinnati doctor told Fred Froe- ., cal candidates, to both of whom ho paid ll.ll UVl llB Clltnlltlt, ....., nuu ninoii,iiuj 111 ll.at l.ta wig in, uv u.o n high tribute, being especially eulogis- was hopeless and ho went crazy. I tic of Judge Saulley, who had proved Seven now bishops ol tho Frotestent L'5, 1892 himself worthy of any honor. Tho speak Episcopal Church woro created by the ' or wag often Applauded and as usunl General convention at Baltimore. he added friends to the can so bo dear to A prisoner in a Bohemian reformahim and all of us. tory has finished a perfect runningstruw ! watch which is said to be "no larger It cau not bo too often impressed up- than a button." on tho minds of voters that the voting i VI CLOAKS & JACKETS ! 6&fi, Of these KIDGLOYES iufacturer, precinct havo been changed since they last exercised the right of suffrage, the manner of voting changed and the hour of tho closing of the polls fixed at 4 i t. instead of 7 as formerly. All these will servo to perplex tho average voter, but there is plenty of time in tho next two weeks for every oao to familiarize himself with the radical changes. This r has given a full synopsis of the man-nc- r of voting under the secret ballot and published tho boundaries of tho new districts, both of which have been printed on circulars and sent broadcast over the county. Let every man study these and bo prepared, Nov. 8th, to cast his oallotat tho proper place in an intelligent manner. Tho moro intelligent will, of course, stamp tho cross mark in the square with the rooster and let her go. There will be no trouble then about your voto being counted for the straight democratic ticket. pa-pa- Have An Elegant Line 7ii Wer tha E. .BURKJIARDT which yiMrutuces a jit in au garments. have in Tans; Blacte and ail shades; with and without fur mings. us a call before you buy, as r r -- We Will Save Tea Money, a m Tr-?- A ouyzngfrom us. Also received a new stock of Foster. Paul j Cn's EZIZD 5rfeyV - court-hous- Every voir guaranteed. Ami ?.;. that rips or burst on the first trial. will a new pair the place of them. from 50c Blankets from 75c $2.50. $8; Comforts cHF Also complete stoch of Dry bo-for- e SHOES AND CLOTHING., LOXJISVrLl.IS STOKE. A. BIATS, Manager. "8D . S1 d Hi-tti- CALL AND SEE -- Mc-Vea- gh l $15,-00- HEATING jrin R3JI P WE - e B. K. & W. H. WEAREN. e 43,-00- 0 post-maste- rs TOATHE CEILING WITH Mc-Kini- NEW GOODS I ' IS jmTtr'wl ari4r JLVJLJCj 1Vf MMT1 SEE OTVMffiANCJH & mMo n La.vc-astkr- FARRIS & HARDIN, un-Aiu- on HABDWABB, lEAIIIo 1 STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Fresh. Stock of GROCERIES car-load- GUARANTEED as REPRESENTED, MoIX2T2Tir' BROS. , .j a v Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Ky., Corn Shork Broa.' New line twino at McKlnney at II. 8. H, BrANFORD, October '25, 1892 Shaiflcs'. at bIioos New lino of stoves, stovo pipe, zinc, coal vases, coal hods, shovels, tongs, pokers, Ac. at McKlnney Bros. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Eleqant assortment Call and see them beforo mm 9 of cloaks and Col. Underwood bought Bros;, a mare mule for $138. of Hublla A Ecus wanted at B. K. A W. Wear-en- s wraps just received nt 8. II. Sbanko' John Holmes sold to Prowitt LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. li.o.wAWON.BUH.ManaKer MEANSJU8INESS. Kkohavino beautifully and artistically douo at A. R. l'enny'e. Boy your bookB and school nupplics of nil kinds frotu A. It. Penny, w ho sells them at pubMfher's prices. IIavk your watch.clock and Jowciry repaired at A. K. Penny's. All work warranted. Rkmkmuer that all pilvorwaro, wntohea. rings, Ac, bought ut A. It. Penny'a wilt be engraved freo of charse. 15 cents. n nice lot of fall the Block is broken. and 8. II. Shanks. Just received wltihy clonics. Nkw California Dried Peaches, Apricots and Prunes at A. A. Warren's. A Gents, coino and examine onr Canton (lannel lined and our French balbriggan underwear, our overgaiters nnd shirt stock. J. 8. Hughes. Y v Train No. .'11 broke in two near Mar new refrigorator, some carpets and etsburg early morning, demolishother household goods for sale by W. P. ing tive ballast cars and delaying the Walton. express nine hours. Wanted. Nice, clean clover seed Tii ni will be n contest, for the oflice about .'00 bushels. B. K. & W. II. of marshal of Crab Orchard, G. W. Leo Wearen. having entered the rnce against D. C. Mr. B. P. Martin has begun the erecPERSONAL POINTS. Payne, the present Incumbent. tion of h handsome two story residence .MibsMaooik 'iucKhii Is visiting the at Rowland. The editors of Fetter's Mnguzine, LouisMiPHL-Phillips. ville, hnve written Col. T. P. Hill to Take your eggs to B. e Jones Great W. It. FiiKTWBi.b, of Middlpflboro, was Bargain Store and get 17 cents per doz send them n copy of his speech nomi in town Hnturday. natiugGon. Wolford for clerk of the en for them. , of Boy It", istlio jiiiest Mids A mia court of nppenls, a few years ago, which of Misses Llzzlo nn J Mary Bright. Dead. Harriet Whitley, a worthy col they wish to reproduce. W. Tcckkii, of Lou- ored womnn, widow of Willis Whitley, Mn. and Mitfl. There wns n slight attempt nt rain isville, are visiting Mr. M. F. Klkin nud died Sunday of tubercular meningitis. Saturday night, but it didn't amount to m fnmlly. Ir tbo ladies will comu and see our much. The atmosphere was considerMk. Paul McUonalu, of Glnsnow, stock of dress goods, cloaks, underwear, ably cooled, however, and yesterday was Kpent Sunday with his friend, Mr. II. 0. Ac, they will be surprised nt its extent the coldest day of the senson. The Pedipo. drouth is stilt with us witb no promise Walton and wife, of Dan- J. 8. Hughes. J. Fiiank from the signal service of an early let ville, visited her brother nud Biflter here 1'tTKit Hamilton's little Dick is a pret up. Saturday. ty good shot for his age. Ho is only 12, ..... t.... Vb f., J7IM .11IU1. Im O,,..,.ov iiml .'..n. Mn but ho got eight out of nine birds he shot till., .Vlli. Tub best of reports come from Mercer Emily Jones went to Louisville to tele-'- i at the other day. county relativo to Judge Saulley's ... i wrmu ii. i. ..t..... i... . voiuiiiuiin '.j democrats there say they nre going Nkws has been received hem of the to roll up such n majority for him and Junnc J. W. Alcorn entertained Gov. MrCrcnry and Mr. Frank Itlley at tea death of Judge John Bass, of Campbells the ticket ns will make your luir curl. ville, who niHrried Mrs. Julia Hoekins, Saturday oveninp. It will never do for Mercer to give our nee Davis, formerly of this place. Mihb Lizxik Davison boa returned home candidates a larger majority than from n lengthy stay with her sister, Mrs. It comes to us by our private wire Lincoln do-- . So every man should be J. 0. Florence, at Cumberland Gap. that a young farmer living on thn Huh on his mettle and see that no other Mns. 15. T. HociiKfiTvu went to I.ouis-vill- e tonville piku, who used to he a Stan county surpasses ourH in votes or majorSaturday to visit her siftterc, Mr. ford boy, will on Thursday wed one of ities. Lincoln county ought to give the 0. M. Thompson and Mies Clara Welch. the "Bellt s" of the Mt. Salem section. incomparable ticket this time fully 75'' II. IC. Bouunk, of Newcastle, spent majority. soverul days last week with his old SrM'oiiu is getting much freo adverCiiici-iCourt. Friday and Saturday friend and clnentnntu, Mr. W. A. Trib-bl- tising now. Nearly every paner that has come to us since Inn referred to our were moetiy devoted to the trial of Mr. S. M. OwKNstook hie mother, Mrs. article on the Water, Light and Ice plants Green Mullins, for breaking into the of J. L. Yantis, ami ho was Mary Owens, to, llarrodfiburj Satur- and added somocompliuieiitary mention day to visit her rod, Mr. J. B. Ow- - of the future of the town. given two years in the penitentiary. fliH. The proof was that his shoe fitted the Twenty-onspent Swiss citizens of Often tracks nud that he said be made tlu-uMr. W. J. Y mi Kit, of e rt a helm took out their naturalizition pa The two other negroes are yet to be Sunday with his and etatoly brunette nf this vi pens yesterday and every mother's son tried. West King, for the murder of of them is going to vote the democratic Frank Fish, on the sheets of Crab Orcinity. 0. L. asii T. W. Joxus, of Central ticket. County Clerk Cooper hud to chard, was on trial yesterday and quite n University, spent Saturday and Sunday employ additional force to accommodate severe case was made out. Messrs. J. B. with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. them. Paxton and F. F. Bobbitt assisted Capt. Jones. JrncE'J. A. Ciiai'I'ell will address Herndon and W. 0. and W. B. Hansford Mrs. Mary W. Bowman has entered the citizens of the Sugar Grove neigh- represented the accuseJ. The instrucher son, Horace, in Howitt Academy, borhood nt tbo school-housFriday tions were read atSo'clock ami the arDanville, which is now run under mili- night next, 28th, and at Highland guments began. tary discipline. 20th. He will bo answer The entertuinment given at Wnlton's Bkv. W. E. Ellis and wife left yoster- - ed by Dr. Robert Davison and the pair r21.a.MM Opera House Friday night by tbo V. A. .1.... r. un.i.i.1 tti.h .'.w.1- ought to dnvr n large crowd. Let every M. Society of Stanford Female College, During his stay theru Mr. Ellis will try body turn out. under the direction'of the art nnd elocuhis hnud at shooting quail. The Brotherhood of Iocomotivu En tion teacher, Miss Olivia W. Summers, in John Hiuciiit has given up his position with the North Jelliro Coal Co. nt Grays gineers of P. Ixjed'sJDivisiou, IG,"), have honor of Columbus day, was a most and will likely go on the road. Me bus engaged Scalloy's band of five pieces creditable and enjoyable one in every from Louisville to play nt the llrst an particular, from the opening chorus, heou succeeded by June Kcid, of nual ball, at Wnlton's Opera House, "Hall Columbia," to that of "Yankee of Padu Thanksgiving eve, Nov. 23. Tickets to Doodle," which closed the performance. Mil. Jons Shaw Edmibton, cih, and W, J. Edmieton, who is attend- the ball are on sale, but this does not The tableaux representing Ferdinand ing a medical collega in Louisville, are imply that they will bo Bold to any and nnd Isabella, the discovery of America Objectionable characters and the triumphant return of Columbus, nt their father's, Mr. John Kdmislon, at everybody. will not be admitted under any circum- were most artistically arrauged and su Crab Orchard. perbly presented, showing the cxtjulbito of Knck stances. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Camuiiell, taste ns well as the patient, careful work Springs, who have- been visiting Castle Because Mr. Neu- At OrrKNUKiM their daughter, Mrs. Richard Norwood, moyer failed to come, the other speakers of Mipri Summers, who designed the tab at Lexington, .are J here, the gueets of advertised to goto Ottenhcim Saturday, leaux, and wrote the pleasing little comedy entitled, "A Columbus Celebration." Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hughes. did not attend, but JiuIl-- J. A. Chappell Hoiiinwjn and Hattiu In the tableaux, Misses Sue Baughman Misses Lizm tells us a large crowd was present and and Mary Bruce regally represented the Mr. Frank Brouaugh, of Phillips and that he and Leo Reynolds gave them Jessamine, are visiting Miss Fannie the best in their shops in the way of king ami queen, Misa Laura McAnnlly Io wis, and Saturday a chestnuting par- speeches. Much enthusiasm was nrous was u charming Columbus and all those who took the minor characters till ty was given in their honor, which was cd and a club of lQ members formed ed them well. A delightful feature of participated in hy about 20 couples. with Win. Ijindgrnlt president and Win. the entertainment were the solos of B. 0. Horton and bride, of T7.e-Kev. Huser secretary. There will be another Misses Jennio Summers nnd Alice ell. Vs., are at Mrs. N. J. Horton's and big meeting there next Friday. Holmex, who sung "My Country 'tis of the llrst family reunion for a number of years was had. The bride is n woo bit The common schools in the southern Thee" Mid "Columbia, the Gem ol the of humanity, with a pretty face and en- part of the county celebrated Columbus Ocean" so well as to elicit the warmest gaging manners, and Mr- Horton seems day in a lilting manner nt Waynesburg. applause. The Missionary Meeting at very proud of his prize. There was a large crowd present and all Mrs. Tiptop's, in which Misses Alice Mr. Frank Bilki, of London, one of enjoyed the exercises which consisted Holmes, Ethel Beazley, Nora Moreland, Iho best democrats in the. mountains, of a speech by Prof. Downs, of tje Som- Cynthia Buck, Mattie Hopper, E9ie He is a (Mtididntn erset High School on "Patriotic Educa- Uuroh, Jennie Summers nnd Maggie was here Saturday. for U.S. marshal of Kentucky nud is tion," nn oratorical contest between Bright appeared in grotesque and anconfident if Cleveland is elected that he Profs Garland Singleton and L. N. Tay- cient costumes wns nn amusing take oil' will get the ollice, which his friends lor, which wns won by the latter, and an ou such meetings both of the olden and essay contest, which was decided in favor the present time. Tbo gathering at Lawthink be eminently deserves. Mistf Julia Pkyton joined MinterBon of Miss Mary Brough. Supt. W. F. Mc- - yer Tiptop's otlico was of youug ladies so Peyton, Esq., ut Junction City, Satur- Clary aleomadua patriotic speech, which thoroughly disguised in whiskers, wigs day, and went to Hustonville to see was well received. An excellent dinne r and male attiie that their mothers hardThey wore Misses their sisters. Mifses Eugenia ami Molliu served in picnic style was more than ly knew them. with Mrs. ample for the crowd, many baskets be- Glenn Bibb, Mary Bruce, Suo BaughPeyton before they leave mau, Emily Alexander, Flora Ballou, Greenbeiry Bright to spend the winter ing left untouched. Laura McAnallj and Mary Feland nnd with her at McKinnoy, Texas. The lecture of Elder Wallace Tharp each proved herself "one of the boyB." acMrs. Dr. L. B. Cook, of Stanford, Thursday night well, the less said about Miss Flora Ballou, ns'TelegPerrigreen" Wedcompanied the doctor to better. Tbo title was "Clouds," delivered n lecture ou Columbus, which nesday, and while, he "attacked" tbo it the the same old hack was not only amusing, but showed her but the Medical Association she was the gue-- t of noyed prohibition hjmpcIi, that you can inherited oratorical gift. As usual Miss the Miller Hotel. boiranyoftho alleged oratois of that If (he doctor is going to behave that porauasion make at any of the country Eio Burcli, in the several characters wuy wo will keep him at homo in the that she assumed, was intensely funny roads for nothing, except your She is a natural commedienno nnd her He has no right whatovor to crosi future. His jokes were stale and bis rep make up is always in keeping with her "attack" so innocent and harmless a time. resentations of a drunkard's walk and parts. Miss Gertrude Howard turnish gitberingasn Medical Association. talk would have been far moro fitting at ed the musical accompaniments and it The following composed a "cheat a minstrel entertainment. In goes without saying that it was well l nuting paity" to the knobs yestorday: our humble opinion the pulpit is n place done. Miss Summers is deserving of MissGeorgiu Wray and Will Baugh' far too sacred to stagger nnd talk thick the high praise that she received for man, Gabe Lackuy and Miss Mary Al- tongued, oven if it was done in imita presenting so an instructive and entert' irn; Frank McKinney and Miss Bessie s tion. Another instance of the taining performance and we congratulate Kold; Miss Ophelia Lnekey and Newt of bis address wns when ho her most heartily on being able to fulCraig; Miss Sue Baughmau and Jesse to a wayward brother of the fill Miss Lou- roferred the highest expectations of those who "Wearen; Albert Severauco and church here whom he bad seen on the had been led to expect sonnthing exMiss Marie Warron and Jack is Tipton; same uvoning. It wns out of place to Bay cellent. Beazley; Miss Jennie Warren and Jim the least, nnd unkind in the extreme. Beazley; Miss Clam Lackey ami Carroll Mr. Tharp baa made quite a reputation At the combination sale of trotters Bailey. as a preacher in his church and lie by Jason Walker A Co., ut lticbmond, CITY AND VICINITY. shouldn't spoil it all by assaying n role 05 highly bred horses brought $12,000. seems to be unfitted for. The receipts The highest price realized- - was $1,500, Dwelling for rent. Mrs. Jr A. Tyree. be S7o, were the net of which will go to- paid by Hiram Hiatt for Robert L., 2:20, building a parsonage for the brown stallion by Robert McGregor, dam Leave your orders for oysters in bulk wards church. by George Wilkes. or can at R. Zhnmcr's restaurant. north-bound a l'oi-K- m Wood a hunch of feeders at 2Jc. Josh Jones sold to Ruble Bros., ol Garrard, 10 sloppers nt 3 cents. You must know that our Tailor - made Suits for both Ladies" and August Btdmont has purchased tbc Gentlemen, our Tailor-mad- e great stallion Rayon d'Or for $32,000, at New York. Willuun Moreland bought of variouB parties in this county a of Iiors nt 4 to 4Jc. Our Talor made Boys' Suits and our Gents' Overcoats and our J. Monroe Leer sold four fine jnckH Monday, to J. A. Green, of Ogden, Iowa, aris for $2, News. Underwood Bros, sold to Pony Beazley A Bro , of Garrard, 20 feeding cattle, All direct from the hands of skilled manufacturers, arc unequalled averaging 1,105 pouifds at 3c. and, hot or cold, they must be sold. Come and examine before you RobeitTarr, of Millersbnrg, Bold 32 invest your money. We arc here to accommodate the people. mules to Mr. Wolfe, of PennLadies arc especially invited to look over our Dress Goods Jersey sylvania, nt an average of S05. Jim B. Gentry's Mattie Kinney won Suits and Vests, Silks, Velvets, Hosiery, Embroideries, Flannels of Skirts and Skirtings, Towels, Table Linens and everything her race at Lexington Thursdav, that they n mile, in .57 j. She wns n to 1 shot. need under all circumstances in life. To Let. A good bouse nnd garden, The immense stream of customers pouring into our house day after pasturo and stable and 50 acres for corn day tells you where to get all your desires satisfied. It takes only a to h careful and industrious man. J. II. small amount of money to equip you for cold weather at our store Miller. It took 12 heats to decide a race at Come and sec for yourself how we do business. We are building up Independence, Iowa, the other day. an immense trade and must still extend it. There were 20 starters. Red Barch wns 1,085-pound cur-loa- d 40O.-P- CXiOAKSL Mackintosh Coats, J 1 the winner in 2:31. The price of wheat dropped to GO j cents at St. Louis Saturday, the lowest peicoever recorded there since that city became n lending market. M. F. Elkin bought of Dr. J. B. Owsley n lot of hogs nt 4 Jc nnd n bunch of fat heifers nt 2Jc He also of M. S. Baughman n lot of 000 to 1,000 pound butcher cattle nt 2 to 2Jc, nnd of A. S. Myers a steer for $18. L. W. Hudson bought of Gentry, Cecil, Robinson nnd others 300,000 pounds of hemp at $1.50 to $1.75 per 112 pound' George Cognr bought 250,000 pounds at $1 GO. D. C. Terhune sold n lot of mule cold to J. II Payne at $70 per head. Em-brDunn A Co. sold to Gentry Bros. 5 sugar mules, 10 hands high, at $155 Advocate. 250-poun- d pur-chos- J. S. HUGHES. Vrrl in race-Th- e W.B.HcHDBERTS, . .0 3mT7GCIST, il m m m Drugs, Toilet Articles, School Books and Stanford . Call and secure Bargains. BEAE OF A. C. SINE POST-OFFIC- E SIOOM. J.N. MENEFKt meat-hous- e NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. SINE Oflice & e Hwect-lum- hand-KOtn- L4NI) FOR SALE. l'ort j-- Acres of Land, 4 miles South of Stanford, half cleared, tulanco ill timber, pood orchard, two never (ailing spring, and a small house G. T McROHERTa. Mtf Proprietors of The MENEFEE, STANFORD LUMBER YARD, and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. Go For Sale r T. I m Twenty Uuilcllii" Lots In the corporate limits of Rowland. H. I. DARST. Rowland STKAUB.JH. e r CLARKK. Farm For Sale. I will sell firUatoly my Farm of 41 Acre, 1 mile from Crab Orchard, on the Stanford pike It is good land and well Improved with good dwelling, barn, Mcejrard, water, Ac Call on me on the premises or aildrns mo at Crab Orchard 651I to Earp's Art Gallery jour photographs taken. with nil tho Ho,.leeps, up To have M STRi5LUB & CO., PRACTU AL Latest Improvements, And will give you 'T Plumbers Dealer in all and Steam Fitters. I havejust opened a Lancaster street, where first-eb- JOHN DE NAItDI. good satisfaction. A. J E A Kl', Stanford, llua-tonvill- lindi of Iron and Rrass Goods for team and walrr Sanitary Goods of all kinds. All work guaranteed aumst defective material and workmanship $7 NEW BUTCHER SHOP. s 1 TO THE iLABXES. I will keep at all times Iiutcher Shop on MONUMENTS Of,all kinds, m m - that can le obtained, which ket price I h.n e a tine, new, large refrigerator ii MILI.L1NERY ever handled 111 Stanford, especial view to the wants of this and mean will nlwaj be kept fresh and nice 43 nn JULIAN VEST trade. Miss Nora Welch, of Cincinnati, an expe. rienced trimmer, Is with me this season and I bn In the latest and most guarantee everything to approved tashlon The ladlts are invited to call and examine my goods, which I will take pleasure in showing. MISS I.ICCIK IIKAZLEY. 6j Crop, Farm, am receiving one of the most elegant lines of selfct--Ultha1 THIS : BEST 3dTEA.TS Made and Set Up in All Parts of the Country. I will sell at tho mar: No Agents employed W. ADAMS io-3- & PUBLIC SALE Stock and Utensils, &c. I No. 43 liroadway, Lexington, Ky. 41 J'l SON, Farming will on C. D. General -:- FOWEI,!., -- DEALER IN ril f NOTICE TO CREDITORS. All persons indebted to the estate of George Vaughn, dee'd, will nleaw call and pay their acAll persons having claims against tho escount tate will present them properly proven 60 4t, W A. HAIL, Ixor Geo Vaughn deed. - o Thursday, Nov, 3, 1892, i', to-w- it: And Country Produce, Has opened his stock of goods and Is ready to serve the people of Stanford and vicinity. He Is offer At my home of Stanford In ing unheard of Itargains and all who want mile north-wf- t goods at the low est possible prices should Lincoln county, Ky ell at public auction to the him on Logan Avenue, near Lancaster pike highest bidder my entire property, Desiring to retire from active business, Merchandise, SSL w Foreign and - THE WORLD'S FAIR .....LINE TO Of some of the very bent Land in Lincoln county, finely ImproM-- iu eery respect. It his a beaulilul frontage on the Stanford and DanDomestic ville turnpike, In a moit excellent neighborhood, with 110 objectionable surroundings, and altogethConfectioneries, ,1c. er is one of the meat pleasant and desirable homes baker and can lurnish in this section of the State. lias with him a Sr read, Cakes and the like on short notice. My persoual property, ir eight and 17 head ot fat Cattle, ra milk Steersand Heifers, a well hied Short..TAKK THE , Calves, 30 Southdown Ewe horn Hulls, I jejr ling and 8 Southdou n lamh llucks, 35 fat IIojs, jo fihe Shnits, A I! rood Males, a yearling Colts, yearling Killy by fence, a work Uoiset, 3 work Mule, 2 yearling .Mules, nt the shock. is, ucredai Corn to bo masured 300 bu'hcls if Wheat 40 bushels of Kye, t stack of Hay, a Deering Hinder, i Hav Kuke i (iraln Drill, a Mowers I lorn Planter, I Hoosier Drill, i )), tout syuit,ntwAHAiiTaCKiCAjhTt(5 Din Cutter, I Reaper, and a lot ol other mlscellanenui Farming Machinery and Implements and all my Household aril Kitchen Furni-- s 20MMIQJS3 a Dealer In- My Farm of 300 Acres, ltlue-Grass Good Fruits, Farm For Sale. : We desire to sell our larm near MiKinrey, first-clas- s Containing zoo : Acres, 2- -) ear-ol- d C. 1 Well improved, 4 J acres to go iu wheat. It has a No. t dwelling on it, good barn, buggy house, ice house cabins in yard, tuo wells, Tine spring and spring house, large pond, Ac. AH undeil good fence. ( all on or address J M.11ROWN A-- WIFE. NearlcKliiney, Ky. 52-4- (self-rake- r) ture. 'lerms: Farm for one-thir- In two ciiual annual pa menu, with Interest from day ot sale Personalty on a credit till January t, 1J91, except for sums under J10, whicu inustbu paid In cash. J. M. RE1D cah and remainder BANKS THE JEWELER, Articles to Suit the Most Fastidious. A complete line of !.. And POTS Capt A li Talbott, Auctioneer. 65 to-da- y WEST ..And., PUBLIC SALE LERU. STOCK END CROP. sell at his I He residence a' on Crab Ore hard pike, on NdDIlWJtX -- WJ1S8T, Watches, , Lam-aste- r s Record-Homestea- d. Finest ami best V Utbuled Duffel Sleeping Car and Parlor Cars on all trams. No change of cart, best accommo latic m, qu ck est time and lowest rates. Kor Information address IAS MARKER, G P A., Chicago As Executor of George Vaughn, deed ,1 will miles from Stnnfoid Clocks V Tuesday, Nov. 1st, 1892, 1 ha following property, it: G CRUSH, B P A , Louisulle. Jewelry And SILVERWARE. All goods sold engraved tree of charge, I Nl .IF YOU ARE GOING.. Tlie Farm of 216 Acres Of good land, well improved; has good, residence, barn and othtr outbuildings, and water, and ad- 1..:,.. ik.l.nj. u .j II Cl.nL., I1. V ... -.. MllU .A ...! . j...lh-... I . uwn ai C Ulll .., K. Moberly ne-third cash; bil.ince in oue and Terms two years with interest Also ..- HOHT3BC THE WEST, . . Complicated Watch Repairs and Artistic Engraving a Specialty. 04Vour patronage respectfully solicited. ' il M free-for-al- iunppro-priatenes- LOUISVIllC 4 NAIHVIllC R. R. line for you, as its It the Dally Trains Double close connections at Make LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. Four Ilrood Mares, a Mares and Colts, i work Horse, i Jennet and Colt, i net, a tows and Caltes, 40 Ewes, a Southdown old Heifer, iM)w and la Shoata, llucks, 1 y abo.it 30 acres ot Corn in the field, 6 stacks 'I Hay, a stacks of Oils, 1 .Mowing Machines, o Hay Rake, Reaper, 1 Wheat Drill, 1 Rockaway, a lot of l'elico I'otts, it stands Dees, alotol Ilrlck, 1 Harrow, 3 Wagons and all other Farming Implements usually fouudona first class farm, and imo-thsell-Rak1 1 good Jen- OBTE piS&'gg&s fOR THE FARE Round Trip HARVEST -:- - EXCURSIONS, THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. UAGGAGE CIIKUKKU THRUUUll For any information eiquire of JOES KICK, Agent, Stanford, Ky. Or ' W.W,. PENN, Trav. Pass. Agent, Junction City, Ky At the same time and place I will sell S good days from data of sale, with stop-e-r privileges to points west of ht. Paul ami Minneapolis. Ilrood Mares and some well bred and Fillies. For tull information, address anyof the Compaand tone nice yearlings ny's representatives, or Terms made known on day of sale. W. A. HAIL. JAS. C. I'OND, George Vaughn, deed. Executor ,'GerVl Pas. andTickel Agt , Chicago, III. 59 AUG. 30 and SEPT. 27, Forty-Nin- e Shares of Bank Stock THE "WISCONSIN CENTHAL I INEV Ten Iu the Farmers Kink & Trust Co. and 14 in the First Nattoual of Sta ford, 15 iu the Saxton Will rim low rate Harvest recursions onaboe National ol St Joseph Mo., and 10 In First Na- dates to points in Miunosota, Montana, North aud South Dakota. Tickets will be good twenty bo) tional of Fort Scott, Kansas. feiflV v- -, v. .y. . tt-- , T,'"v J f " V, .WJP."WvWt " V" ' ,P''lrWl ' "".WpT1 WJf,!'!i"T''J ' " ,'.,H?'"WV JHU1W lIT"TTW B Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal ADVANCK. tvlllbe charged.'Tni WOMAN'S QUESTION. Ilefore I truit try late to thee, Or place my hand in thine, Ilefore I let thy future glse Color and form to mine, Before I peril all lor thee, for me. Question thy soul ht Published Every Tuoaday and Friday S3 II3K. TN" ROYAl P.pYAl4Wrt I break all ilignter tondt, nor feel A shadow of regret; Is there one link within the past That holds thy spirit yet Or It thy faith as clear and dee As that which I can pledge to thee? Does there within thy dimmest dreams A possible futuro shine, J E' Wherein thy life could henceforth breathe Untouched, unshared by mine? If so at any pain or cost, Oh, tell me, before all is lost fcfejifl POWDER Absolutely Puro Tatter Bsking Powder H gheit ol all in leavening strength -- Latest United State Government Food Report. A Cream of Look deeper still. If thou canst feel Within thy inmost soul That thou hast kept a portion back, While 1 have risked the whole, Let no false pity spare the blow, Hut in true mercy tell mo so. Is there within thy heart a need That mine can not fulfill? One cord that any other hand couiu ixncr wane, or sunt Speak now, lest at some future day My whole life wither and decay. Lives there within thy nature, hid, '1 he demon spirit, change, Shedding a pasting glery still On all things new and strange? It may not be thy fault alone Hut shield my heart against thine own. Couldtt thou withdraw thy baud one day And answer to my claim, mistake-N- ot That fate and that thou had been to blame? Some soothe I heir conscience thus; but thou Wilt surely warn and save me new. Nay answer net I dare not hear The words would come too late; Yet I would spare theo all rent one; So comfort thee, my fate Whatever on my heart would I would risk it all' (From the selections of the editor's dear, dead wife, and printed in loving memory of her ) SHALL WE MEET AGAIN? gonaut SAMS. Proof 1'osltUe. A patient in an insano usylum imag- My Residences on Main Street, ined himself dend. Nothing could drive Is new, this delusion out of tho man's brain.. One In Stanford- The propertyntcessary has good garoutbuildings, den and grass lot and all day his physician had a happy thought including! good stable. Good cistern nnd dairy and said to him, "Did you ovor see a and an abundance of select fruit It Is one of the dead man Weed?' "No," ho replied. inot desirable homes in StanlordJ II FOS1TK. 6; "Did you ever hear of a dead mail blccd-ing- 'r "No." "Do you boliovo that a ri'RLICSALE OF dead man can bleed?" "No." "Well, If you will permit mo I will try an expert roent with you and seo if you bleed or not," The patient gave his consent; tho I will offer far aals on doctor whipped out his scalpel anddrow 15, '92, a littlo blood. "Thoro," ho said, "you bco that you bleed. That provos that On therremlies,"INGI.KSlDE," the farm beyou aro not dead." "Not at all," tho longing to the estate ol the late John G llruce, patient instantly replied. "That onl) consisting ol proves that dead mcu can bleed." Ar4 - FOR To Tho Tarmsrs. We have received one car load ol that celcbra- ted Kanawha Salt from Virginia, best on earth for saving meets. and we can sateyot. money, John B- - c,u,min A Unhm i which is the Give us a call KNOX, Rowland, Kv At ROYAL Insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEK &CASTLEMAN MANAGERS, m. rm STEPHENS I Hamilton's old stand. FARM FOR SALE. t Saturday, October I will sell privately my l'armnt jo Acres on the rianwilt jv. c.rM..i ..ic. .!... ...ti tUM c...,- ford. Ittswcll Implored, with dwelling of five moms, new bnrn and all necessary outbuildings; also has lino spring-- . Call on me ou the premlics or noiirctss me at ataniord, ivy EUGENE KEI.LEY Commerce Building, Louis vlllo Agonts throughout the Seuth. about'ioo acres, J. II. IIAUGIIMAN, FIRE AND STORM INSURANCE AGENT Hartford, Hartford, Manchester, Eng. Philadelphia, North first-cUs- s W. A. TRIBBLE, Local Acpont, STANFORD. KY. A Close Call. 1 , k--j situated immediately mi the Danville and l'leas Representing ant Hill turnpike, $ irtUTiorlh nt Danville, Ky Thw place has on it a comfortable dwelling, n ri od barn and neeeswiry outbuildings, beside Conn., of blacksmith shop nnd four tenant heutos and within 1 of a mile of a school house, and coiumlent Manchester, of to binulle, noted for Its educational facilities This place has on it one of the best springs In the Ponnnsylvania Firo, county, convenient to both burn and dwelling, and Ins. Oo. of Amorica, will make a splendid dairy farm. 1 hli pUie Is in has a good phjMcian a splendid neighborhood Companies. I would All of which are living near, and Is altogether a very desirable he pleased to wait on my friends in this line. I'ol. , plare lor any ono wanting a small faim iciei promptly issued. Will insure against torns-doe- s, Terms liberal and made known on day of sale wind storms and lightning Lightning claui-e- s W G PROCTOR, attached without additional charge Admr , with will annexed, of J. G llrttce. Ollice at First National Hank Stanford Fresh Groceries -- IN Til K- - Greatest Abundance -- ROYAL RAKING POWDERCO., 106 Wall street, N'eri ork. ExGOUtor's oi Aa Sal. 1 OK THE- THE K. u. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train t.ves Rowiaod at 7 00 a. m., returning at 5:30 p.m. L & H. LOCAL TIME CARD. ailtrain going North it FARM, STOCK & CROP. London, Ksfcuiorof Ym G. Woods, dec d, HOUSE CHOICEST - CHARACTER P. U. KILEY, Proprlotor, RILEY - will, oil Tuesday, October 25, 1892 Wm xpresi train" South North Local Freight North. .. South South - - - ."MP 31J taopra 9 Pm ..659 am The Utter traits alo carry passengers. The above Is calculated on standard time i me ii about ao minutes faster QUEEN & CR"eSCENT ROUTE. 5"Pm Solar --Smith & Gray's Monthly. Alarm. Galland was tho first Frenchman who translated tho "Arabian Nights." The first volumes of his work appeared between 1704 and 1709, and gained for him the appointment of professor of Arabic at tho Collego do France. Each htorj begins, as everybody knows, with the words: "Dear 6ister, if you aro not asleep, tell us one of your lxxmtiful stories." This uniformity of diction gave rife to a littlo practical joko. Tho btudonta of tho learned profossor assembled lato one s night undor tho windows of his in tho Hue Dauphine, and called out his miino with all the strength of their lungs. Tho uufortuuato victim jumped out of bed nnd ran to tho window, which ho opened, and aftor one or two preliminary questions tho student concluded with: "M. Galland, if you nro not nsleep, tell us ono of your beautiful storios." Debats. A NlKht aixirt-ment- Tram pass Junction City as &C hpeclaliasGa Mail Blue-Gra- n d m , m ; Fast New Orleans Limited 3 17 p m.; 8 306 a. m.; Blue m ; Cmcinuatl Limited 1.4S Grass Special p m.; last Mail a.tSp. m. North-bound-- Special 6 oc?a A C. Special 40pm h lllr ed ones, whoso living smiles wore the sunlight of their existence. Death is the great antagonist of life, and the cold thought of the tomb is the skeleton of W. B. all feasts. Wo do not want to ro thro' the dark valley, although its paesnpes recently may lead to Paradise; and, with Charles Office South side Main street, in office Ky. Lamb, we do not want to lie down in the vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, muddy grave, even with kings and princR. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. es for our bedfellows. But the tiat of nature is inexorable. There is no appeal DENTIST. of relief from the great law Ithat dooms Lancaster street. us to tho dust. We llourish and we fade moving to th as the leaves of the forest, and the flower that blooms and withers in a day has CRAIG, not a frailer hold upon life than tho mightiest monarch that ever shook the Homoopathlc Physician, earth with his footsteps. Generations of KENTUCKY men appear nnd vanish as the grass and STANFORD, 8 to tho countless multitude that throngs the to 3 p. 10 to is a. m.; Office Hours world will tomorrow disappear P . Office on Lancaster strect,oppoiiiecuun-vM,.as the footsteps on the shore. In the beautiful drama of Ion, the instinct of Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co immortality, so eloquently uttered by d the Greek, finds a deep Miners and shippers of the GENUINE response in every thoughtful soul. When about to yield his young existence as a Tirt it We are tho sole agent lor oiamoru rail- - sacrifice to fate, his beloved Clemanthe Office corner ot Depot street and asks if they shall not meet again, to road crossing, HIGGINS it WAITS. 6 which he replies: "I have asked that dreadful question of tho hills that look eternal Of the streams that flow forever ROWLAND, KY., of the stars among whose fields of HARDWARE, OEALER IN CROCERIES, azure my raised spirit hath walked in Ohio Boats "for Shoes, Cigars and Tobacco. counsale b'y the barrel. Will take glory. All were dumb. But while I Salt for goods at market price. try produce in exchange gaze upon thy face I feel that there is agent for the old reliable Rrodhead I am also and will keep a full line of these goods something in the love that mantles thro stock, and all I ask of tho merchants ol Stanford I and Rowland is to give me their orders and will its beauty that cannot wholly perish. put tho good In their ho ises at Factory prices, ask a We shall meet again, Clemanthe." 'l hanking the public for liberal patronage, SURGKON DENTIST. Son's Store, Main street, Office over Severance Stanford. nVtW jjxq, A. S. PRICE, Prentice. Men often fail to think of the shadow that falls across their own path, hiding forever from their eyes the traces of the lovBy George D. DR PENNY, Dentist. on the Ml .'X Down Letiagton, Harrodlurg & lerryvllle I urnplke Public. tho bo road, j54 miles I ruin Nlcrolaivllle, 3 Hd mules, Notico I have had 4 hartes it htwd of leedtng cattle, id head young cattle, 4 milk j head of feeding hoes, larm implemeelii, household and kitchen furniture, lag is acres ol hemp in slack, and 15 acres of corn in Goods Delivered tne snock of Charge At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished ani, Also at the same time ami place, I will sell to Terras, 30 Days. th highest buldpr the farm lately owned by the nave in connection wun noii wnc m inv mi loons In tho State, open day and night ; a night said Win G Woods, man mrets all trains. In cwreition with limn have also one of tho beat Mineral well in the Mate CONTAINING- - 330 snd for reference to water, call on Mr and Mrs O W Patrick. Louisville, Mr and Mrs Floyd InThis farm is well located, in a high state of cul- gram, EriH, I'eHn.A A. Wairen, aunfwrtL Dr. land D E Proctor. C A DraHm.Mr and Mrs T. W is a very desirable himie. tivation and the 3QX is highly produclne and well watered. '1 here is a Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs K M. Kod dwelling hous of 7 rms, barn, granary, all New Haven. Jim C01. Grentmrir. Ratos Ji psir necesaary outbuildings and slock scatM. uiv me a can day J M. Petrev. .Wt All sums less than I W CARRIFR, Prop. T F.K.N IS For personal) Viiy $40, cash will be required, far all sums (tier that arieunt, a credit of 90 days will be given I'ur-c- b ThM stable, which It rail In cwtnocrtsm with the avers will execute notes with approved security Myeis IIouk, km been attpplwrf with before the property is remove.! . LaaU 4 is I be paid caih ; the balance For the I wilt deliver Ico every mormnic l' families in A Now in one and two years, with interest at the rate of c of Horses, Carriages, - pounds: r Stanford and l mity at $ ieut per cent per annum from date of mI until paid. aud A G. WOODS, Rs'or Buggies, Wagons, tursotoioo pound at the rate ol 6, id under Jo pounds at thr rale of 7 iinl call sixsUI attention tithe John I'renner And Drummer's Siippl s asxl Is btrttnr than eves hewing C "s Ctdel. rated I X L, Leer, for which prepared to supply Use public with I am agent Will furnish in cit'ie- - ke or bottle FIRST-CLAS- 8 Write for prices. 11108 OP ALL KINDS. K ltRKMKR Surfer.!, Ky Utf personal and prompt altestttea jrtrn ta W44tOf t. I'lttits and lltwta. K , e:i at public auction at the late result-neG Woods, In Jessamine county. e ol said I have moved to my new Hotel and am bettei prcpartd than ever to aecoaimodato the public Good Livery attached and every convenience de-sired Give me a call. 77 ' ' Jl Kentucky. AT THE 3COWEST PHXC3GS. and Vegetables and Swan's Flour can had at Free A full lino of tho Choicest Fruits FRANK RII.KV. to Traveling ii, 1 THE SIIEIrON HOUSE JESSE D. WEAREN'S -- - . ACBES. MYERS UOVSE Jssm, VERT STABLE P.W.GREEN, Prop. Lot J5,ysm B3SEH. 1 well-know- n 1 Exscutors Salo STOCK, CROP, &C. we will on AL As Kaeculor's of the will of S W Glveus, deed, HURNS.M;0kKFIN,,,' THE STANfORD -- iswv. --afar-. 7 sr'"i Saturday, Oct. 29th, 1892, At the late residence of decedent. In Linndn VT'f'Url county, Ky , sell at public mutton the following , li personal property, Two Ilrood Mares in foal to a Jack, j Mules, S head ot lows and Calve, 7 head ol lines and 30 old Gelding, a good work Shoats, ono Horse, also is stacia of gid timothy Hay and about 409 shocks of CoriK Farming Implements, consisting ol Wood fUnder, Wood Mower, Thuxas Hay Rake, Cutting Harrow, Holier, twoa-hors- c Wagons, a Ruckboanl and Spring Wagn, Corn Planter, a Wheat Drill, ami various other rarin lng Utenuls. Terms' A credit of 1 months on note with good security, with interest from date Sale will begin promptly at a jo m. 68 G L Sl'RHKIt, S. W. GIVESS. Vmjtaky Watertight and Ice rs Co. dr. john:m. -39-'- ?r 1 to-da- y death-devote- Original Jellico Coal. That KxiiIhIiik It. A New York artist was recontly visited by a lady friend. Tho artist was painting an angel. "Why do you always paint your angels with dark hair and blnck eyes?" asked tho friend. "It's a great secret, und it might get mo into trouble if yon wero to give it awny." "I'm not gving to give it away." "Well, thd reason 1 paint my angola with black hair nnd eyes is because my wifo is blond. See?" Texas Sittings. A Telluw nu C GIVENa. SUisiFtAAj Has contracted with respouttble Arms lord plants and will have the Ice and Hsactrk i'Unt. completed 111 about slstydaTs, the Water 1'tant soon af. ter In otder lo place individual swntraels in ad. tan e for Water and Electric l.lgbt, UieCoominy cfl-lb following Necessary witter pipes wsll t laid, cemwtted la mains at actual cut ler pine and uork. hleMrlc wires put In and necessary fistures free el charge. To be of best quality and gusranttcd loglte satisfaction The schedule ef udolcd ratea Is from 15 to yo per cctiL lower than is usually glveu. Fxecutors Schedulo of Yearly Water Rates. Dwelling' of i reams, an faucet .. . liach additional room . So Each additional faucet . ., . I Sterrs, Uan'is ami I'rliate Omces, taucrt ' 5 00 w llaths, private, one lauctL ... . J 00 Has attachment ler sntinkler $ Stables, private, one animal . ., ,. m Each asdtlioaal animal 1 00 N. .. cr.sz.siiLTonsr 1 os ......, Little Hans had a picture book given of stanford,:kv.. him on his birthday. Suddenly he came Is now fully organised and ready lor business with running to his mother nnd Raid: "Mamma, do animals know what thoy Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. Electric Light Rates. WILLIAM MORELANM, aro called?" For commercial iter 19,000. Surplus, ..--- . Dealer 16 the above "No." One arc and tbiceiee. p. incandescent lamp ..- Per Tear Hans uttered a sigh of relief and re- SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs rarifts.p each lucandesccnt lighl, per .......$ m mo. 6a HANK OK STANFORD, . marked, "It would have been so unSolicited M Stock Cattle and Sheep a specially. Now closing up) with the same assets and under Persons having any of the bove described s pleasant for tho donkeys, wouldn't it." for sale or wishing to purchase same, will da wwll tne same management. 8 Humoristisches. fly provisions of its chatter, depositors ore as to call an or address me An experience of fifteen 1 reeling. Farmers BanMTrnst Co. ... ..., .. .. . . ito--- L'cononilcal. IS A lady who advertised ono day In a morning a housemaid traveler named A. II. Smith says in states that newspaper for sho opened the first lelter was his "Chinese Characteristics:" "It would to tho following effect: BQWELL, 5 bo easy to raise in China an army of a Mrs. C. D. presents her comjilimonts million men may, of ten millions test- to A. B., and will thank her, when she STANFORD. KY., House, Sign, Decorative Painter ed by competitive examination as to has obtained a snitablo servant, to fortheir capacity to go to sleep across three ward the other letters to tho iuclosed adand Paper Hanger. wheelbarrows, with head downward. dress, Mrs. J. D. being in want of a servfurnished Estimates Country work soliciled like a spider, thoir mouth wide open and ant. coutlnuoucc of same, and r servant. S;-i- 'em"nJ0"r.,VJi?ni H. HILIOW, J A fflSTlR fully protected as ai depositors in National Hanks, its shareholders being held Individually liable to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereof, to addition to the amount invested in such shares. It may actaa executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as in individual To those who entrusted thftr buliiness to us while tnnagiug the Lincoln National Hank ol Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty yeara' experience in banking and as liberal accommodations as are consistent with sound banking. IMRKCTOKV For KestJente U years In this business has been of profit to me and I think I can make it profitable both to the buyer For 1st ti c p i cut lamp per mo. " il and teller. I' O address Stinford.Ky " yl " " " " ' OHicuat the Myers House " 4th" ' " ' " For each additional " ' jj I'urlurther infurmatioti, ap4y ia MI J W HAYDKN.Sup't.&c " 60 4J 35 EC. T. BTJSSC, Ky. N I REAL ESTATE AGENT Stanford, Tit-Bit- s. 5a-- j 2. E .1 J H.YKAOER a lly inside." New York, Recorder. Tommy "Puw, teacher wants to know BR3JCE & the diflerence between 'effects' and 'con FSSD AND SALS STABLE, Mrs. l'igg "I think I can sequences.' answer that. When your father came STANFORD, KY. home from that banquet ljst ninht'lie refelt the effects of it; and he is suf The above firm went into effect July it and spectfully swks a h.ire of the patronage or the fering tho coiidoquences." Indianapolis 1 M.liRUCK Itcmiirlc by n New York .'Man. YEAGER, WW, "Terra cotta nnd white, divided into three paits lot mo so what was it old Ctosar baid? 'Gallia om omnia in' how does that go anyhow? 'in partes tro divif a ost.' " "What did ho mean?" " 'All Gnul is divided in three part.'" "All gall! That's good enough for Chicagol'-Exchang- to-da- y J J WiiltOMt, Mt. Vernon, J. M. Hall, Stanlord; J. S. Owsley, btanford , S J. Kmkry, Stanford; j. It. Lynn, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, Mitfedgevllle; J F. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanlord, Ky II. Shanks, President. J II. 0sley, Cashier W M HrUht, Teller public. NEW RIGS AND HORSES s Journal. "fiats leave a sinking ship" will not apply to the defection of such men as e. turnouts will leave thi stable. Have been mirchated and nothing but hrst-cla- is Give tliem v, a Call. THE gOFFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY., JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. refurnished, Is now conduct it so as to in my high reputation, but to add not only maintain its to its long list ol friends. Special accommodations for commercial travelers and fine rooms for thedUploy of aamples. Hotel, renovated IThis chargu and I mtendand to ':x ?' A tfitl First-Clas- s Saloon attached, can't eat, can't sleep, can't think c.in'1 do .inythlui; to )0ur s.it suction, and you wonder what ails you, Vqu should heed the warning, you are taking the tirt step into nenous prostration. You need a nerve tonic and Electric Hitters you will find the best remedy for restoring your nervous system to its normal, healthy condition Surprising results lollow tlto use of this Nervo Tonic and Alterathe. Your appetite returns, good digestion is restored and the liver and Kidncjs resume healthj action. Try a bottle Price 50 cents ut A R Penny's drug store. Mr and Mrs I.orcn Trescott are keepers of the Lighthouse at Sand Iteach, Mich, and aru blessed with a daughter, 4 years old Last April she was taken down with measles, followed with a dreadful cough and turning into a fever Doctors at home and at Detroit treated her, but in vain: she'grevv worse ramdlv until sh. w.m ...- h"handful of bones.' 'then she tried Dr Kim-'- s New Discovery and after the use of two and a lulf bottles was completely cured. They say Dr, King's New Discovery is worth its weight in gold yet you may get you a trial bottle free at A. R. Penny' drug store. Gov "John," Billus, "are Gresham, Oooley, McVeagh, Cox, etc. you ready to put up thoso now curtain ' It is tho respectable passengers that are fixtures? beginning to put thorn up now, am "I leaving the sinking republican vessel. Maria," was tho response that came in a The ras remain. Covington Common- metallic tono of voice from tho parlor. wealth. "Children," said Mrs. Billus, with nervous haste, "run out nnd playl" ChicaTho First Step. go Tribune. Perhaps ou are run down, Until Alike. rrcCHittlniiiir) called out Mrs, FIRST NATIONAL BANK vylipilul (!.. oiusrs sn 11.- OF STANFORD. KY. - -1 SUrPlUS . r . -- - Conn rtrirt uwvw v s.-t,UUU v - "No," said tho editor, "I don't like your subject. I fail to seo that the cholera has anything in common with poetry." Hi And MILLIARD and POOL ROOMS "Oh, yes it has," replied the bard confidently. "How?" A Little Girl's Experience In a Light "Nobody wants it." Washington IIOUHO. JOSEPH COFFEV Star. O-A-Sih: i paid for Highest cash market price Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, &c, at No Argument lit All. The Directory of this Hank is composed A rural debating society has up for T. J. Foster, of Stanford; discussion, "Which is the more huppy Korestus Reid, Lincoln county ; tho boy with his first pair of trousers.'or J.W. Hayden, Stanford; the girl with her first lovo letter?" S 11. Haughman, Lincoln; The girl, of course. Tho boy doesn't M.J. Miller, Mt, Vernon; S, T. Harris, Lincoln; imprint a dozen burning kisbes on his J. S, Hocker. Stanford; first pair of trousers. Tit-Bit- s. .u?"es.V".T,.E '"7 J vi'.UV n S anford Under the provisions of the National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital ttock, but by he stockholders' liability lor an lmmmt .nuat to the stocK. so tnat depositors 01 this institution are secured by a lunu 01 40o,ooo Five aworn statements of the condition of the bank are made each yearto the United States government and its assets are examined at stated times by government agents, thus securing addititona and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally eitabllshed as the Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1858, then tied as the National Hank ol Stanford In 1865 and again re.organliedai the Hint National Hank ol Stanlord in iS8j, has had practically an uninterrupted existence of years. It Is better supplied now with laclhties for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and fiduhonorable career. Accounts of corporations, solic-teciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully V d. 11.. 1. ...1 ... .v.. r-- ol M. F. JELKIN & CO., iyr STANFORD, KV, chronic bronchitis are almost sure to result. A so. cent bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will cure any cold. Can you afford to risk so much for so small an amount? Thit remedy Is intended especially for bad colds and croup and can always be depended upon. For sale by Dr. M L. Houne. Druggist and Opticiin.Stauford. Ky, to hang on all winter. It is not unusual for colds contracted in the tall In such cjies catarrh or G. A. Joblots why they term kev. Thirdly a doctor. Elder Berry Why? Joblots Ills preaching has cured me of insomnia, New York Herald. Sweet Dy or Itest. I begin to understand now ' Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill.Stanford. W. G. Welch, Stanford; OFFICERS: W.I'.Tate, Stanford. I. S. Hocker, President; John J. McRoberts, Cashier; 1 A. A. McKinncy, AssisUnt Cashier. Limit in Lincoln county very best H Thete Farms are all well improved and good rich lands, running in sue from 4010500 Aetet Considering thels locality, their richness and fertility of mmI, the convenience of turnptkos and that bring markets right to our door, they of any other touniy.tn are cheaper than the the Stale There is srartely a Farm in tbc coun-t- ) over s mllet front a detxrt The county is checked with turnpikes running There w not a puldu road en inevvry direction tering the county scat that is not MucmUmUMl We have the Knoxvill llranch ol the L ,V N It Wet and the R. dividing the county front East R R C S R. R from North to xuth, the K Irom this place to Cincinnati, crossing the C & O Winchester, triune full aces to the markelsol ai the whole world. Ilessdas, we have ttireu large I Fliur Mills in the county that give us a market ' for all our jriui right at homn, and the develop mentvt the mountain regions ol Eastern and Kentucky b isilroads and the out Irt Sonih by railroads In created such u demand for all kinds ol eercnls and Drovender that wecan tcarcelv retain enough lor homcconsumntion. unpeople ate prosperous, geneious and kind, 1 here Lelicving in Christianity and education. i,nolntihkorhooil in the county but liar a school-housi good church and JUNCTION CITY, KY. Stanford, the countv seatof Lincoln. ia a nrot Huve just erected a new Marble and Granite Perou, h.tle city nf about a.soo mhab.tant. and I. Homo and am fully nrepired to fill orders for all ilii.LTr.it diiorwav from the North and North kind ol Marble and Granite work I in my east South and Irom the Northwest to .Southeast, emplciy skilled workmen from the East. hat freight standing as it does gating right Into the bos- facilities can not be excelled and t will My be unand not om of the undeveloped mountains of Southeastern dersold 38 JOE S. WRIGHT. s Kentucky backed up by me wnoie region ol the State with railroads running through it to all points of the compass, makes it naturally one of the best located towns In the South for mannfaclures and other entertirlses of magnitude Water Works are now being agitated and right of a mile above the town about theic could be erected Water Works with very little costthat would supply a city of 150,000 inhabitants with the purest and best water in the world Our little city hss been newly rebuilt in the last few years and its business house aril residences will compare with larger cities of greater Our merchants and tradesmen mc pretentions all prosperous and doing well We have two banks with a capital stock ol $400,000 that arc protpei.ius ami in a good condition. We have splendid schools. We have a Femalo College, a large brick building, with ovsr 100 pu pits in attendance and under the prlniipalship ol I'rof. J M. Hubbard, is in a flourishing condition. We alto have aF,Seminary that is a good 1 ii Johnson, at its head. We school, with Prof 11. have one of the best I'ublic School buildings in of the State, with over too pupils In this section attendance, and with other good private schools, lltvln removed my Harber Snop to the Cora you see our school facilities are excellent We have elegant church builmngs, representing mer clal Hotel, I am every denomination, with a full corps 01 ministers to Accommodate Ladies offias .class talent and are doinga better business than any class of men in the city. well as Gentlemen, I have tried to make this statement a facts, without anv exaggeration or coloring, as those In anything they rosy wish In my line. o who knpw will bear n o out, and thotc who wish waited oo. Call ru me. to buy pleasant homes at lair prices ami locate among agood people with all the best surround-I11K- '. would do well to call and see me before pur chailng elsewhere In Commercial Hotel. ril-riwf- fs 1 l have quite a number of FARMS lor sale ol the V t. Souih-eavter- n , Junction City Marble&GraniteWorks e. lilue-urav- three-fourt- $ll u ji" yyi!--, Prepared as Chil-als- JESSE THOMPSON, X, z. !.' .JLtj.,Aif BffTTTi'T