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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892110101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XX. LONDON, Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 1. 1892. DILLION. NO.' 71 -- I i Miss Kate Walden has accepted a position as saleslady in Joseph's store, i Capt. and Mrs. T. W. Olds have moved to the Sweeney property on Richmond Street. A good rain is needed very badly. t Wc sell anything in our line of merchandise for a less percent, than Nearly all tho cisterns in town aro very low and a good mauy havo no water in any of our competitors for the same linp of goods. We sell the them. J. M. Both well will apeak at tho court-houSaturday afternoon. Mort is n good speaker aud our people should ed tho young imp, "Why didn't tho Ico factory, electric light visiting her brother here. Wc sell Hats at less than cost to most manufacturers. Wc sell sideblank thing walk up like a man? What give him a largo, crowd. The large tobacco barn of Mr. Bon plant and street car enterprises arc iu the blank A ho called opera troupo gave an endid it come jumping at mu Dunn, in Lower Garrard whs destroyed lined full stock Boots for $2. 50. tertainment at Borelng's atom SitturHy things to feel proud of, for they are evi- for?" firo Friday night. Tlio barn was filldences of prosperity. But there nre adwith a very Binall attendance. There aro other live thir.gs with live by regular butcher shops vantages which conducd to tho growth places ed with tobacco which was insured. It Thoru are four with live men and spirited enterIn London and about 10 farmers outside and importance of your city, which aro prises "up tho road," which your writer is supposed to bo tho work of an incenof town regularly In tho business and all far greater than these. Next to having bogs to mention iu a future Ifsuo of tLo diary. ONmanufactories located in your city, is tho An effort is being made to havo a are getting rich. Jouh.val. Tho policy of tho present temporary wire run from the depot to next pleasant and profitable business connec- management of the L. St Col. L. Hobsrtij leaves London N. is favorable to receive tho election Saturday aud will no longer bo the pro- tion you have with live industries up in to tho full development of tho vast re- tho bulletins. This is a capital idea and will Jackson House. Uo has the mountains adjacent. prietor of tho sources of this region of our State, and a While tho splendid agricultural Interwork if each fellow will put up a small been a good hotel man and pjven numbor of new enterprises may shortly ests which thrive around Sinn ford inamount to defray expenses nnd pay an to all of his guests. awako into existence that will bring inWilliam Grcon, tho siw mill man, sures a decent support to tho business to play all the spare capital that lies operator. Qucensware, Crockery, Coal Hods and Vases, etc. Try oiir Ob., men of tho town, their profits come Tho union meeting was held at tho left hero Thursday night for KnglishSta-tion.Kyhoarded away in the vaults of Stanford's elisk Flour, the best on earth. to bring back Keoco Tomp- largely ftout tho constant nnd increasing bnuks awaiting thedemandsof the times. Christian church Sunday night, when We buy Beef Hides, Tallow, Rags, Timothy Seed, Clover Seed, Rov. Grear, of tho Methodist church kins, who had skipped a 1500 bond for interchange of commodities with tho vilSin. preached. A vote was taken and it was Furs, Feathers, Beeswax, Lard, Bacon, &c. obtaining goods under false pretenses, lages situated along tho Knoxville decided to continue the meeting through MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. which Green was on. Ho canto oack Branch road for 50 miles or more. There Come and sec us before making other deals. At Ike Hamilton's tho winter. Next Sunday night Rev. Saturday safe and sound and lodged his is Hcsrcely a business enterprise from Col. Pldlip B. Thompson and Mrs old stand, ROWLAND, KY. Rowland to Julllco, however email or Tercy will preach at tho Baptist church. man in jail. Martha B. Thompson will celebrate their Betsy " Moore who was great, but contributes more or less to tho "Aunt Saturday afternoon as Misses Kitty golden wedding Nov. 2, at their homo in known by every citizen In I.oudon died growth of Stanford's various business in Harrodsburg. and Jennie Perkins were returning to Friday at tho homo of Judge John M. terests, whethur manufactories, colleges, Tho Somerset Reporter has notice of their home at Marksbury tiie horao they Greeu In Pineville, and tho remains banks, professions, hotels, stores, etc. tho elopement nd marriage of J. P. were driving became frightened and y were brought hero Sunday for burial. A This profitable business connection overturning the buggy threw tho occuto Miss Jennie Perkins, daughter Urge number of people who knew and shoulJ bo jealously guarded and careful- of Dr. George Perkins. Tho pants violently to the ground. Both ceiemony appreciated hor klndnerw in life followed ly maintained. young ladies were Beverely cut and To keep pace with tho rapid growtli of was performed at the Grand Hotel, Cinbruised about the faco and body but no the remains to their last rooting place. cinnati. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M President. came In Saturday many of tho business points which aro P. F. Stilling Tho marriage of W. Bailey Hill, son bones wero broken. through located every few miles along this road, from a trip with Gov. Uindman There is a Blight indication of some 6U1, 1892. of Col. T. P. Hill, and .Miss Belle, daughClay, Perry, Leslie, Letcher and Harlan ana to appreciate their importance as ter of Major interest beinc taken iu the election as Jones, was solemnized at Full corpt of Conservatory nj Normil School teachers. Superior course in Literature, Music and oonntieH and at eaqh county seat tho factors in tho development of j wealth, tho hitter's home at t i m. Thursday, the time approaches when vote is to bo An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circular furnished on application. was greeted with large audi- one must visit thorn occasionally. Tho Governor Rev. W. J. Ward olliciating. After tho taken. It is not, however, within the ences. Uindman will get a big vote in growth of enterprises iu uomo of them is ceremony, which was witnessed by on memory of the oldest inhabitant when Harlan county owing to mattera tho remarkable. Tho history of Million would ly tho immediate relatives nnd close there was such universal apathy maniwriter would not uw as camptign argu- read like a fiction by Col. Sellers. fested in a presidential contest as in that Your writer spent a day there recent- friends, Mr and Mrs. Hill drove with now before tho peoplo. The candidates ment. them to tho groom's residence, where V. II. Brown, betto r known a ly and made notes of what ho saw aud his sister, Mrs. Ben Spalding, had super- for tho county officers aro hustling heard. "Urowney," who is a printer by trade around and making things lively, both Not more than two years ago Mr. W. intended the preparation of an elegant but who has lately been in the real essupper and which was spread in tempt-in- g tides claiming a victory. tate business and a general bustler, was R. Dillian, a citizen of tho east end of It is strange that men will seek tho shall keepj constantly on During the year 1892 I array After full justice had been married Saturday night to Miks Minnie Lincoln county, picked up himself and a done position of representative in tho Legisla- hand a full and complete stock of it, the party spent several hours Parroan, tho handsomo daughter of Mr. few hundred dollars from the wreck of very pleasantly, tho new pair bearing ture, and after taking an oath to Itced Parman. May their happiness all some former enterprise and planted a tho honors of the evening very graceful-1- . their duties faithfully, absent tho way through life bo as full as the tin small saw mill on a sand bank of Rockthemsolvea from the House and draw Mr. Hill is an industrious and morhonbuckets and paus wero full of noiso at castle river, just beyond Livingston. al young mau, with a fiuo farm and the their pay tho same as if they had From this small beginning is seen of the marriage. tho charivari the night estly earned it. It is claimed that much one of the tinest and most thoroughly knowledge of how to run it. Tho bride of the legislation of tho lato session is S. J. and J..,Slmpson came hero a equipped lumber and manufacturing is strikingly pretty and as accomplished unconstitutional, on account of having few weeks ago and rented the Commerand lovable as she is comely of person. My stock of plantain Eastern Kentucky. been passed without a constitutional cial Hotel from II. C. Broughton. Last To aid in somo Binall way this "infant Mr. Hill seems to havo won a'prize for a Tho representative from Garweek they moved their families In and good wife is to bo valued abovo rubies. sell liquor opsnly. Fri- industry" and to give tho reader some Thoy spent Sunday with Col. Hill and rard has been faithful land attentive to commenced to marshal John T. Hatch-c- r idea of tho possibilities of this particular family and looked as happy as the days his duties, but the same cannot be said Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers ot day night of of many others who have been absent at drompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas "pulled" the outfit and they are now region our Shite, where capital and aro long. of the grand energy and business capacity seek in earA. R. PENNY. rollcall. After all tho fault is with the D.LTon in charge. in jail awaiting tho action DEATH'S DOINGS. Commissioner 0. nest to develop its timber resources, peoplo in not being more careful in the iury. Uulted State your reporter oilers a brief description of B. Farls had them before him Saturday r of selection of their public servants. Miss Minnie Clay, this plant as it now stands at the top of ' Mrs. W. G. Dunlap nnd son Georgo And they are uxpoctcd to be at Covington the great commoner, died in Fayoito of tho ladder of success: aro visiting at Gen. W. J. Landram. Mr. December. alfoin Within about IS months from tho caucer, aged 10. Govs. Buckner und McCreary spoko Mrs. B. K. Wearen has received a Goodloe Lackey and family left Monday beginning before mentioned, tho hero Thursday to about UOO people in small letter telliug of tho death of her nephowi for their homo in Kansas City. Mr. and of tho democratic party. plant now covers ten acres of ground. Mr. Sam II. Hardin, who died recently Mrs. Will Hudgins, of Hedgeville spent the interest t Tho planing mill proper is a substantial Sunday with Mrs. O. C. Storms. Miss Gov, Bucknor took his text on tho at Portland, Oregon. He was ho two story building, 100x125 feet, rooted Mattio Klkin has returned from Louisof "taxation" and while no orator with corrugated iron. The machinery is here, where ho clerked for Mr. Wearen, ville. Miss Altio Marksbury Bpent FriHpoke in plain language not to be Is Receiving His as n faithful and upright member of the day in Danville. Miss Lillio Chairs left on that question and every all of tho most modern and nothing Baptist church. bo lacking to construct anyword seemed to be appreciated. Gov. seems to Ckaio. As foreshadowed in our last, Monday for tho Conservatory of Music followed and made a rattling thing from "tho tree in the woods to tho Dr. John Miller Craig passed from life, in Cincinnati. Miss Jane Lusk is tho McCreary tallest spire." Among tho dozens of Goods Warranted and a Perlect Fit Guaranteed. Gve me call. cuest of Miss Macule Jennincs. Mr. Ut good all round democratic speech that mechanisms antl automatic simp- the end coming at midnight Friday. His ter Pope, of Boylft was in town Sunday, and rejoiced every democrat present l fever and he Dado, automatic disease was visiting her made them feel happy all over nnd if ers aro tho following. was sick fivo weeks. Th crisis seemed Mrs. Borders, of Danville, is , simper, boriug machine, mortic-ersister, Mrs. C. O. Storms. Dr. James his prophecies aro true our hopes and to have been passed and ho was on a lathe, combined rib and Grant has returned from Somerset. Mrs. expectations will certainly be gratified. bracket, or scroll saw, pony planer, fair way to recovery, when somo 4S Dr. Price Grant, of Danville, visited her moulding planer, resaw, band saw, sand- hours before his death a (blood vessel mother, .Mrs. The Election and Inauguration. Harriet rnce aunuay. oir. broke on his brain. After that ho was topic lust now is tho papering machine, four sided planer, rip- entirely unconscious. During his ill- Charlie Frisbie, of Centre Cillege. was Tho saw aud a curious aud modern automathomo Sattirday and Sunday. oloction; another great item of popular "In the employ of the ness lie spoke of death several tintMsand inauguration; but no ic intorest will bo tho would company aro skillod workmen, who appeared to be convinced that ho one at present can foretell how many die. Though preferring to live, so as to THOUGH LOST TO SIGHT TC MEMORY to horsumon or how thoroughly understand how to nee this better servo God, ho said ho was not DEAR. items of interest machinery to get tho bst results, theremany important items will bo published afraid to die and seemed resignedjto tho I he authorship of this line w not certainly fore the owners are justified in propoj-ins in the Kentucky Stock Farm during tho Muster's will. Ho was a member of tho known, though it Hastened that Ruthieii to the trade to contract for and furwrote the following in 1701 and and punchnext months. This much can bo re- nish promptly and satisfactorily any- Miiictshurg Presbyteriau church and and. for Magaiine.) lied upon, that they will all bo published, thing made of wood, and promising young ed it in the Greenwich that enters into a was an excellent Colic, Ooaitlp.itlon, Sweetheart, tfood bye the Muttering mil "CsutorU la so well adapted to children that Ciutorta cures Diarrhoea, Eructation, and as soon as thoy take place; yet tho building, uo Craig was about Sour Stomach, matter how plain or how man in every way. It spread to wait mc Ur from thee; I recommend ita superior toany prescripUon Kentucky Stock Farm oilers to send its KI1U Worms, gives bleep, and promote dlAnd soon before tlio fav'ring gale olaborato anil elegant it may lie desir- 25 years of age and was tho eldestlson of II. A. Ancusit, 11. D., known to me." -petition. paper from date to January ISO. a peI Without injurious medication. My hip shall bound upon the tea. Mr. Wm. Craig, of Millersburg,by his lit So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. T, $2, tho regular ed. I'crchance,all desolate aud forlorn, riod of H months-f- or Employed in and around the mill tire second wife, who was Miss) Callio HarThb Ci.ntiur CoMPiXT, 77 Murray Street, N. Y l'hee eye shall mm thee many a jtar, price of a year's subscription. This is graduated in schools botli in about 10 men, while over I!00 persons ris. He every charm. of llut unforgalten an exceptionally rare oiler and one Though lost to sight to mem'ry dear. aro furnished employment iu some ca Central I'niversity aud CentrejlCollese, which horsemen should avail themselves. HomeopathSweetheart, goodbye I one last embrace, in Lexing- pacity connected with tho enterprise, at and afterwards at thePulto Tho Stook Farm is published ic Medical College, Cincinnati. Some Oh, cruel lata, true souU to sever Uniwages from Si to So a day. ton, Ky., "The Hub of tho Horse Yet iu this heart's most sawred placa two years ago ho began to practice heio Tho capacity of tho is about verse." Tho earliest and most complete Thou, thou alone shall dwell fcravtr! aud had established himself in tlio good And si ill shall recollection trace tho "Hub" is its specialty and 25,000 feet of lumber a day. From this graces of news from people. His father, who the product tho planing mill is so thoroughIn fnncy's mirror ever ntmr, all news from other quarters its aim. A from the stroke of parKach smile, well tear tint from that lace. will bo issued ly equipped with machinery that it is has not recovered special Christinas number (Late Alexander's Hotel.) Though lont to sight to memory dear. capable of doing tho work of propably alysis lie received last summer, was unathis year, which as a book of reference editor's dear, dead Krom the selections of the ble to attend his bedside or bo present 10,000 men each day of will be worth the price of subscription. at tho burial, which occurred;Sunday af- wife, and printed in loving memory her.) Rates 2.50 Per Day. The main source of tho supply of logs Orders for tho paper will bo received at Buffalo Cemetery, in tho ternoon in is by drifting down the river, which neThe nitroglycerine factory at Lima, Cor. JefTerson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-Housthis oilico. presence of a largo crowd of friende, cessitates an expensive boom for catch0., exploded Friday, killing three meu Ky. regisa service by Rev. Bon Helm, at the The work of copying tho lato ing and securing the logs when high wa- after at work there and leaving nothing but W. R. LOGAN, A. VV. Jones, J. J: Sullivan, : in Louisville has been ter comes. Mills depending upon water tho grave, which the doctor's young lady a hole in the ground whore it stood. A tration roturoB Manager. and shows that 1(,7'.5 demo-cral- transportation have been forced general- friends had lined with muslin and liter- farm houso 1,800 yiuds away was comJ. Marshall, clerks. J. completed ally made a bed of rosea. Young, heal8,500 republicans, 50 ly to suspend work on account of tho pletely wrecked and a servant girl killed full of promise, this tfoath is anGO prohibitionists, JO independents J. N. MENKrSI low stago of the river, lint not so at thy aud while the plate glusa in a hank three a. c. SINK other of tho many reminders that wo miles oil was shattered. and 10,325 whoso party ailillatiou ia Dilliou. Logs aro hi ought from tho inregistered, tho total being U5.7I0. terior over groat mountains by means of havo hnd.recently that in the midst of Robert T. Lincoln, who is drawing stationary engines aod dropped over tall lifo we are in death. some $2,000 par month for services ho is RomaTho Anchor lino steamship blufl'd almost into the mill yard. through supposed to he rendering his country in Oako ok Thanks. Wo desire, at the nia, Capt. Young, went ashore In tho conduct of this successful en- this medium, to express our sincere Great Britain, is repeatiug ou the stump near I'enich, and mouth of tho Arnoya, e prophecies of disboard wore terprise Mr. Dillion has associated with thanks to the friends who were so kind in Illinois parrot-lik113 of tho 122 persons on if Cleveland is again elecLiverpool Oct 2;J him Mr. A. O. Carr, a native of Virginia, to us during tho sad hours of our dear aster and ruin lost. Tho Romania loft ted president. It is a sad nnd silly role a master mechanic of over 15 years' ex- Lizzie's illness and death. . for Bombay. She carried 55 passengers, perience, an educated for tho son of his father to ho playing. architect and a Mr. and Mhs. I. W. Oautkii. cargo of valKy. Office a crow of 07 men and a full Louisville Times. mathematical genius. Also Mr. Andrew Stanford, Ky., Oct. 29, 'Itt. uable merchandise. Johnson, a practical machinest of eight o( Col.i Not on the Maps, But the Pride of the years' oxperionco in saw and pinning -- Gov. Uindman was tho guest mill enterprises. In connection with Mountains. A Suburb or Stanford. Frank Kiley Sunday. the manufactory is a large general store, of rata stook wa(To tbe IVlitor Interior Journal.) Owing to tho lack under tho management of Mr. K. R. Davis, Your correspondent begs to dilate up- apsisted ter is very scarce around about London. by Mr. Dillion's two popular The hog law is still in effort but on a mountain village, not yet old sons, Wick and Ilurd. Stories of Wick's tbey can bo soon on tho stroeta ovory enough to bo on the map, with n busi- juvenile wickedness are out of order ness enterprise that is tlio special prido day In quantities. now, ss ho hua reformed. At the ngo of Walt GolT, of near Pittsburg, bad of tho mountains. three or four ho was n prodigy in unique Tho people of Stanford are very profanity. Once tho misfortune to havo bin house burnhis father expostulated proud, ami justly so, of the advantages with him ed Friday night. forswearing at a frog in the A sister of McCalla Fifr.gerald, a which have lato come to thoir fair city presence of tho minister. "Well," lisphandsomo young lady of Georgetown, la through their own industry and money. LAUREL COUNTY. Water-work- LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. DO YOU - BUY OR SELL? Celebrated Kanawha Salt -- se We Beat the Winner in Low Prices court-hous- e aatis-factio- Furnishidgs, Clothing, Tinware, Groceries, Hardware, STEPHENS & KNOX. Hor-nada- Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER A. R. Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. dis-chnr- go ToiletArticles JSWELHY to-da- Glass, Books, ma-joris- y. WITCHES, CLOCKS & ton ( grand-daughte- sub-jeo- woll-know- n IHtwfotttH fgttifot inisun-derstoo- d FAJLlLW)fNTHB fl j fiBS typho-malnria- cut-oir- , knife-grind- er. g Jtu-lyn- 1 1 Infants Children. I. - I saw-mi- ll THE WILLARD. e, ( ! Louisville, s, third-party-ite- s, & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of The and Yard Depot Street. Stanford, . T STANFORD LUMBER YARD, . c5 $9&FWR&$ffi.Ti Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal 1A92 A murderer and three other prison era etcaped from the Klizabethtown Jail . Stanford, Kv., Novemdrk 1. W. F. WALTON, SIX : PAGES. I X Elector For Vice-Presiden- Unless Lincoln county democrats will do thoir full duty we fear our candidate for circuit jud;o is in danper of defeat and these lines are theroforo to wnrn them to bu up and doing. The republicans are letting no grass grow under their foet. Every mother's non of a has been drilled on the new way of voting in meetings held nightly for the purpose and every ono will be out next Tuesday to put tho cross under the eagle. On the other hand the democrats seem careless and indifferent and unlcsn they arouse from their lethargy we will not only lose Lincoln county, but have the mortification of seeing ono of the best equipped lawyers for the bench in the State defeated by a man in no eensa his equal as n judgo or expounder of law. The republicans nra making a quiet but aggressive fight aud we hear by grape-vin- o wire that they not only say they are going to carry Garrard nnd Boyle by arge majorities, but actually claim Mercer county by 51) majority. Granting that they have even partial grounds for Buch claims, it will be seen how important it is for our people to turn nut and do their distinguished county man, Judge Saulley, honor. We appeal to every democrat in the county and we trust not in vain, to go to the polls, put the stencil mark under tho rooster on the ballot and deposit it in the box. That is all that is pecessary and will insure your vote to be counted for Cleveland, McCreary, Saulley, Owsley, Bailey and Menefee. no-pro DEMOCRATIC TICKET- President and t. WILLIAM R. KINNEY. At I.arqe, CLAUDE M. THOMAS. ut District, CHARLES K. WHEELER. id District, WARD HEADLEY. 3d District, 'BASIL RICHARDSON. 4th District, WILBER T. HAYWARD. 5th District, JOHN B. BASKIN. 6th District. JOHN F. HODGE. 7th District, J. A. SCOTT. 8th District, J. M. ROTH WELL. $tli District, R. F. DEARING. toth District, Sunday. James D. Bartlutt, who was a memof tho Jcanctto expedition, shot nnd ber killed his wife's nieco, wounded his wife and committed suicide. It i said that tho famous English race horeo, Onnoud, winner of the Derby of 18S8, has been bought by W. 0. MucDonough, of California, for $lf0,000. Nancy Hanks' owner, J. Malcom Forbes, has mailo an offer of a gilt of f to the owner and driver of tho first mile record horse that makes a tivu years. in tho next C. M. Baker, District Passonger Agent of tho Kansas City, Fort Scott & Mumnhia Railroad, was shot aud killed at Kuoxville by his own son. Baker was drunk ami was beating tho boy. Hon. William David Meriwether who succeeded Henry Clay in thu United States Senato and who was a prominent figuro in Kentucky politics of tho past, celebrated his Olid birthday Saturday, in Jefferson county. Gen. Cassius Marcellus Clay has presented his fino library, marble and bronze statuary and many paintings and pictures, the collection of many years, to the county of MudiBon as a nucleus for the establishment of a large public library at Richmond. Near Middlesboro, Sheriff Colson and poese in pursuit of Rice Green and his gang of outlaws, were tired on from ambush. Tho officers returned the salute, striously wounding Green and another but both escaped. Green is one of tho worst characters in the mountains. 0,-0- 00 Speeial B oot and Shoe Sale OTITIS WEEK AT- XiOXTISirXXiXiE Ladies c 9" CJA TWIVl 'j m ' 5V -- T' i) : tp nw, v m, ft: rh4 M"! -- J JSZ ?faiicl Button Kid Shoes at $1; 48 pair &' G-raV- diGS ftBr.l' Will entitle you to to per cent, discount on Blankets. th:xs ticket Izfr h Shoc t $1 per pair. 75 pair Ladies' Button Kid Shoe $1.50. " l styles and sizes. tor Boys at Gut this ticket out. ccit. discount on It will entitle yon to 10 per Blankets, in White, Gray and Red. we Ladies' and Gents' Underwear, In all grades. Remember carry The Largest Stoek of Clothing In Stanford. Everything in Boys' and Children's Overcoats and Suits and an elegant assortment of Men's Suits and Overcoats Don't fail to look at our line of Cloaks and Jackets from the celebrated Cloak manufacturer, A- E. Burkhardt j- Co. Every garment guaranteed to fit. 3LOTJIS VZLLE STOBE, A. Hays, Manager. - DANVILLE. J. C. LYKENS. nth N. B. District, Mr. Hubert McGoodwin is quite ill - HAYS, ' For Representative in Congress, JAMES B. McCREARY. i. i'Ek I IHft.' the sound coming from where the bulls Forjudge Circuit Court, glary, at Cincinnati, Charles Boyer was of firo were seen. This convinced him Our new line of-MICAH C. SAUFLEY. caught dead to rights and lodged in jail. that what seemed to bo balls of fire were Court being in session, he was indicted, in reality the eyes of a wild animal, For Commonwealth's Attorney, tried and given five years, all the same taking deliberate aim he tired. With a JOHN SAMUEL OWSLEY. day and in less than 12 hours from the yelp tho animal fell dead. Taking a timo of the commission of his crime he 2: 14 J. light Robinson was surpristd to find he For Clerk Circuit Court, was eating his supper in the penitentiaThe alleged holding up of two Ger- - had killed a large black mountain bear. ry. If all crimes were as swiftly and as mans at 7 o'clock v. m. in the limits of Tho shot awakened tho sleepers, of JAMES P. BAILEY. Conl Hods, Vases, Pokers, Shovels, Kitchen Sets, Zincs, surely punished prison howns would Junction City several weeks ago by sev- course, nnd all congratulated themselves Russia soon have their population materially rebids fair to end in on their encapeand also on the.fact that Iron J Tipe, cct, eral young men, Far Sheriff, duced. The uncertainty of punishment smoke. Mr. Rozel, ono of tho Germane, they would have plenty of bear moat to J. N. MENEFEE. and the law's delay cause many a rocnl writeB Judge McFerran that nothing like eat. Robinson Bkinned the bear and on to eiii, who would hesitate if he knew n robbery, or any attempt at a robbery, removing its stomach thought it seemed The above ticket is tho one you will took place. Tho judge will, however, very heavy. Cnriosity prompted him to swift and certain conviction would folfind on the left side of the ballot that dispose of the matter regularly two open tho stomach, when to his great low the detection of his crime. will be given you when you go to tho weeks from to dav, Monday, giving all surprise ho found thorein eight gold The third largest lire in the history of polls to vote. The first 13 names are who desire a hearing.' watches. Threo of them were made by the United States occurred at Mil vankee those of the Cleveland electors, for whom colored tho Elgin Watch Co. and worth $150 Milton Irvine, a Friday night. Starting from n explo- you vote, instead of for him directly. blacksmith, who had a shop at tho junceach; four by tho Waltham Watch Co., sion of a barrel of coal oil in the Union Every good democrat will want to vote tion of the Lancaster and Stanford pikes, worth $125 each, and one by tho Now Company's works, 23 block of fine it Btraight, so all that is necessary to do near Danville, fell over, it is thought York Co , worth $175 Further investibuildings were destroyed, aggregating is to make a cross mark under Ithe roos- from heart disease, Saturday evening, gation proved that the eight watches thejolthwns ,af 465 in number and rendering 3,000 people ter as shown. It is very pimple until while talking with Borne friends on 2d were the ones lost by the bear was the and that homeless. Five persons were killed and a you begin to scratch and then thero is street. He was taken home and died in fitook thief. It is number injured. Tho aggregate loss is danger of having your ballot thrown a few minutes Ho was buried in the burular as well as the needlees to say that Robinson was ?0,000,000, with $3,230,000 insurance. The out. rewarded by the owner ,of the colored cemetery Monday. Milton had light of the Gre could be seen from the in apparently good watches whence returned them tn been at work all day each one. top of tall buildings in Chicago, So miles Tiik letter of Hon. Adlai E. Stevensou health. distant. Appeals for help have been accepting the democratic nomination for o Child Roberta" is "That made and $50,000 were secured the first is a little late but it gets tho title of a now book by Mrs Sophie day. there all the same. It ia iven in the Fox Sea, of Louisville, a lady who dedailes yesterday and is a concise and ex- servedly occupies a leadiug place among Farm, Stock and Crop, Farming Fouu years ago tho republicans had cellent statement of democratic priciples. Kentucky writcre of both prose and poeUtensils, &c. only to fight for four States, New York, try. Mrs. Sea is a daughter of tho late Dfslrlng to retlM froii active business:, will on New Jersey, Connecticut and Indiana. Tna extra aeesion of the Legislature Judge F. T. Fox, of Danville, who This year they are forced to make a will com to au end at noon to day, but his long professional life ,jt struggle in 13, the four named unfortunately this is not the last of the was citizen of Stanford. The scenes of home iVj milts north At my nt of Sunferd In and Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin, Michigan, body. It will resume its regular session county, ty sell it public auction to the Mrs. Sea's last book, which is said to be Lincoln bidder my EVERY LINE IS NOW COMPLETE New Hamp- Not, 15, the more'a the pity. Nebraska, Nevada, Idaho, hljhiit entire property, to.it: her inssterpiece, are laid in Kentucky. shire and Montana. Their resources are '" My Farm Acres, Last Friday Chief of Police Silliman Thk democratic outlook is goid all almost illimitable but when it comes to Land in Linreceived an anonymous letter informing (r soma of the very best the question of buying tho election, along the line aud the indications point coln county, finely" Improved id eery respect. It him that h would bo killed, his house has a boautilul fnintigc on the Stanford aud Danas they proposa, they will have to fry strongly to tha election of our national ville turnpike, In a nwl rxcellent nmghborhood, more fit from the monopolists than democratic ticket and "four wore years burned down and the balance of the with do objectionable surrouudiiis, and altogeth any more er Is on of the mst pleasant and desirable homes town' destroyed If be killed those pampered individuals ever dream of Grover." ,' this section of the State. JT--' "" dogs. While the author of this commu- in Mt nersonal Dtonerlv. vii ed of. NEWSY NSTE6. ijhcad ot fat Cattle, u milk Co. eigni I and nication is not thought to be at all danSteers and Hellers, a well bred Short is oaid that Gen. Lougstreut, who horn Hulls, 3 Caltci, 30 Southdown Ilwh i year - gerous, while he is thought to be noth It An Ohio match factory turns out 57,n lamb HticKi, 3; fat (Iocs, ;o ing more important than the average id- ling and 8 Southdo cut hit fortunes with the republicans 000,000 a day. nnesnoats, o lirooa .Mares, a yeaning vn, anonymous let- - yttarlinjr Hilly by Pence, a work Hotses, 3 work after the war, in which he fought for the Eight men have been sentenced to iot, who loves to write Sliiles, a yearling Mules, Lost Cause, will yote this time for O hve-lan- d hang for one murder, at Chesterton, ters, let him rest assured of the fact 3$ acres ol Corn to be measured at the ihocl 300 bushels of Wheat 40 bushels of Rye, 6 stacks and Stevemon. He was United Md. that he is known. Uraln uf Hay, a Decline Hinder. . Hay Rake Drill. 7 Mowers I Corn States marshal for Georgia aud miu ister While at Pine Knot, the fishing par- DW Cutter, Reaper, Planter, llooaie r Drill, creamery has Another nd a lot ol othto Turkey under 'republican administra- gone up the spout the one at Winchesty mentioned in our last, Meaurs. Sandi' er miscellaneous farinm: Machinery aad Imple- ments nnd all my Houet.oUI and Kitchen Kurnitions. His change of base is said to be ter. fer, Pearce, Flaig and McGoodwin, met '"' I erms; cash and remainder Karm for citidue to the force bill The Louisville At Pajia Col. Zefce Clay fell from the with Col John T. Dillehay, a former in two equal annual payment, with Interest from two full columns of 2d story of his house, receiving serious zen of Danville, who advised theui to be- day oi sale Personalty on a credit till January 1. Timen publishes except sums f 10, whicn must be names of prominent republicans who but not fatal injuries. ware of a wild bear Been frequently in paid In cash.for J. M. RKIU. 6$ Taltott, Atictloueer. have deserted the sinking ship and will J. L. Spurrier, the U. S. deputy rev- the vicinity of their proposed camping Capt A vote the dcmociatic ticket. ground, which had carried off sheep, enue collector shot bv moonshiners in DcalcrsJIn. PUBLIC Lincoln county, Teun., died at Nash- pigs, turkeys and chickens without numloaiug the conis Mk. ber and which, ho believed, would not ville. fidence of the boys in the trenches by During three months the O. &0. has hesitate to attack a man, bo great was his sulking in camp. Thoy have been migh- earned in gross $2,800,000, leaving after reputed lorocity. Col. Dillehay also ad As Executer of Gesrze Vaughn, deed , I will ty lenient with liim in the past and have paying expenses and all fired charge?, vised them to beware of thioves, as the sell at hi late residenceon S miles from Stanlord ..AM). on Crab Orchard pike, stood by him through evil and good re- $257,000 net. houses of eight prominent citizens bad port, but they are souring on him now. Nov. 1st, 1892, Tho Court of Appeals has affirmed been burglarized aud eight valuable gold 1 he following proper ty, tu.wit It is just a week from the election and the decision of the Greenup court, sen- watches taken. It may well be underQuccnswarc, Glassware, Tinware, Lamps, Chamber Sct.s, Dinner not a line has he written for Grover tencing Mrs. Crump for seven years for stood that the fishermen, after hearing 216 is better to eat crow than Cleveland. It Also agents for tho Empire Wheat Drill. the murder of her husband. this news, went into camp with gnat Of good laud, well improved; lias good residence, Sets. to refuse to eat, M r. Watteraon may yet The Teutonic', which arrived in New mieirivings, not only as to the safety of barn and other oiitbuildines, and water, and lind to his Borrow. the lauds York Thursday, reports two of her pass- their lives, but as to the safety of their K. Mol.erly. ol S. II Shank, J. E. Lynn aud A. cash; balancn in one and which they had Tiik democrats held a rousing meeting engers insane, as a result of fear of ship- valuable timo pieces two years with Interest Also with them. The first night passed withcounty, Sat- wreck during a terrible gale. at South Elkborn, Fayette Rood Mares Knur Tlrood The democratic electors have been out any cause to apprehend unwelcome work Horse, I Mare, aand Colt, and Colts, i Jen. i a. urday at which Judge M. J. Durham was Jennet withdrawn in Colorado and the attempt visitors, bo the next night, after a good net, a Cow and Ohc, 40a Ewes, a Southdown the principal speaker and at which he ear old Heifer, Sows and ia Shoata, IJucks, t e earnestness and will be made to carry the State for Weav- day's sport,;they retired with u feeliug about jo acres ol Corn in the afield, 6 stack Timodisplayed his Mowing Machines, thy Hay, a stack of Oats, Wheelbarrows, Cross Cut Saws, Fencing Wire and Staples, Haling something like security. All were soon : Kcspcr, t Wheat Drill, Hay Rake, ferver. He is heart nnd soul for Cleveland er by fusion with the third party. it t Kockaway, a lot of Fence 1'ostJ, n stands Bees, Wire, Morse Shoes and Nice Toilet, Chamber and Dinner The betting in Chicago among the nlonini the aleeo of innocence, and Sets. and thinks he is going to win this time and !.....,. nRst 1" o'clock when alotnl llrlck, t Harrow, a Wagons on a all other sporting men is even money that Cleveoa n Firming Implements usually fouud dead sure. land will carry Illinois. Good odds are Clement Robinson, the colored cook, was farm, aud you are in doubt about your voting offered that Altgeld will be victorious. awakened by a low Rrowl, not far from Forty-Nin- e Ik Shares of Bank Stock where all A Chicago dispatch states that Geo. the window of tho place in the new arrangement get your Always on hand. All goods sold Ten In the Fanners llanlc & Trust Co. and 14 in the haxton National of ij Intkmok Journal of Spt. 23 nnd it will M. Pullman, the sleeping car magnate, were aleeplng. Not wishing to disturb the First ot St JosephStaoford,nnd in In First NaMo., National 10J tell you. It will also tell you how to and nine others have made up n pool of the weary fishermen, ho listened a short tional of Fort Scott, Kansas. At the same time mid place I will sell S cood new system. Study them $100,000 and scut it to Indiana to be add- time, when the Rrowl was repeated. vote under the llrood Marcs and soma well bred Or taken back. Goods promptly delivered. both and be sure you put In your ballot ed to a corruption fund to be used in an ArisinR quietly he took a trusty Win- and some nice yearling and Fillies. Terms made known on day or sale. before four o'clock. The polls close at effort to save Mr. Harrison the humilia- chester in his hand nnd stepped to tho V. A. HAIL. Executor George Vaughn, deed. tion nf ilofMut In Ilia nii'ri filatu 59 MoXXXTOT:E"Sr jhat hour. door. Judge of his astonishment aud I -Piz-zarr- o, While in the act of committing bur- with something like tlux, Up to noon Monday 10 persons reg istered, who were not able to register Oct. 4th 14 democrata and two republicans. Mr. Robert Wade died at his homo Mitchellsbnrg Thursday and was bur in ied at Perry ville Friday. He had been paralyzed for a long timo. The handsomest omnibus ever seen in Danville is one just completed for Hutchings Jc Reed by tho Central Kentucky Can iago Co. It named Don four when about 20 feel distant, in the Egyptian darknue, he saw what appeared to bo two balls of tire. While looking at them the growl was again heard, W II. WKARKN MRS A W JAMhS. ' CALL AND SEE HEATIMCGr BTOVE W. H. WEAKEN & CO. well-know- n JP'XJJL.aL. d hnnd-pomel- TO THE CEILING WITH Old-Tim- vice-preside- PUBLIC SAlrE of des-psrat- e i nursuuT, x. llluc-Grass 1 NEW GOODS I ioyj -- of 300 corns 1MTO Si3ii BIEVJrUBANCJrU & SONo . 1 1 1 1 Blue-Gra- ss 1 one-thir- ur ! Wat-turbo- s f.t SALE lauu. swcKmp crop. FARRIS & HARDIN, ffiCAMBWAieiBo Tuesday, STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES The Farm of Ttrriis:-()iif-tli- ini Acres ns year-ol- BEAD, J- -j old-tim- aell-Itat- c 1 first-cla- a Fresh Stock of GROCERIES club-hous- e, GUARANTEED as REPRESENTED, BROS. 3p!33 WW B855""?SH! Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal NovKMnsn 1, 1892 Coiw Shock JJroa.' Stanford, Ky., B.o,WAWON,BU8.ManQRer MEAH8 E.NnnAviNO 1U81HESS. Y beautifully and artistically dono at A. It. 1'onny's. Buv your booku and school supplies of all kinds from A. IU Penny, who Bells thorn at publiaher'n juici'S. Kavk your watch, clock and Jewoiry ropalrod at A. It. Penny's. All work warrantc'd. Kkmkmiikh that oil silvcrwaro, watoh8. rlnK, Ac, bought at A. It. Penny's will bo uncravi'd frco of charge. PERSONAL POINTS. P. M. McKoiikkUi, Ksq., wont to y. Democrats, pot a inovo on you. Lin- three mouths' camp meeting 'on tho iscoln county ought to give Snufley and land nnd call the denizens of all tLat the full ticket COO majority and she must southern country. Ex. Mr. Dunlap JuflT rcccivLHl a nico lot of fall nnd do it. tells us ho is heading that way now and a inter clo.tkB. S. II. ShnnkB. expects to get there about tho 15th . Ho A HKAUTiKUi, display of holiday novel-tic- s, has a very had cough nnd his doctors Having bought out the remnant of the stock of John 1$. Fosrcr, PoacheB, ApriNnw California Driud wedding and birthday prcsontt, hnvo advised him to spend the winter in I am now disposing of it at less than cost in the basement of Severcots and PruneB at A. A. Warren's. freed from Chicago nnd Cincinnati, at a warm climate. ance's store, preparatory to Fifty ordinary and two 300 cnndlo Dunks, tho Jeweler's. The Tennessee Southern Methodist power lamp! for wi'i. W. P. Walton. Gents, como and examine our Canton Conference, which was in session at Nashville, grounds on Take your eyca to H. T. Jonua' Groat flannel lined and our French balbriggan tho subject took vory decided of temperance and resoluaud shlit Bargain Store and Rot 17 cents per doz underwear, our overgaitera tions opposing the renting of property or ' stock. .1. fi. lluglips. en for thotn. In the new storeroom of Mr. Withers, now nearing completion. I lending of money for purposes of the ' Tiik Hotel Glyndon, at Richmond, traffic, or in aiding, abetting or in any am agent for and have on hand the Oliver Chilled Plows, Studebaker Demockats, go to the polln nnd voto curly, if not often. Tlmy olosu under the robuilt at a cost of $10,000, will bo opened wny assisting, directly or Indirectly, in Wagons and the Dicks Famous Feed Cutter. It will be to your interest to give me a call. Geo. Weatherford, of this coun- person, persona or corporation engaged iiuw.litvv at ! P. i. ty, has the bar privileges and his fix- in the manufacture, pale, importation, Call and iuspeut the new goods at tures are Bald to bo among tho finest in exportation or transportation of nny inDnuks tho Jewolor's. A liner stock was the Stuto. toxicating beverages were adopted. Tho never seen in Stnnford. preachers aro to appoint to places of Mns. Bbttik McKinney gave it receppromihenco in their charges no laymen New lino of stove, stove pipe, zinc, twirio at McKinney TO THE PUBUO Opening1 Out a Pull Stock of Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, &c., m to-da- y. J. K. VaaARSDALE. Mn. JemkMkksiion and family moved to Stauford. Mn. W. 0. Owslkv, of Lancaster, pass ed through to Columbia yesterday. Miis. It. It. HouitiOAK. of Marion, is visiting her father, Mr. II. 0. Kupley. Mil. John 0. Ujll, of tho May wood section, la visiting friends at Somorsct. Mil. AND MllS. T. B. MKAIJ. of Itow- laml, are visiting friends In Louisvillo. T. Shkp tVrmi, of Florida, spent Saturday with his pretty lBdy friend hero. Mb. John II. FAnma Is over from spending a few days with friends. Mrs. W. F. Kambky went to Lexington Friday to visit her son, L. II. Ham sey. Mrs. L. II. Cook has gone to Ilarrods otirg to visit her brother, Mr. J. 11. Owens. Joh8. Jones, now of Lnwreuceburg, was the guest of his parents hero last week. B. F. Jones, Jit,, is in Louisvillo buying goods for tho Grout Cash Bargain Store. Miss Kate Blain, of tho Wost ICnd, was tho guest of tho MImsch Kills Inst week. Mips Lena "Weli-d- , of Junction City, was tho gmst of Mrs. Itannio Burks several days. Mns. John J. .McIIoiibiitb has returnvisit to relatives in ed from a Iaix-ingto- coal vases, coal lioils, shovels, tongs, have kers, Ac. at McKinney Bros. m po- Stamp, lirollien, damp, Sump with care. And bcture you put the X t'ndvrthe little ronitatrc. tion Friday night to her newly married son and wife, at which a do.en or more young people wern present. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank McKinney bore tho honors with grace and nil had a most pleasant time. m m coun-commil- Sbveiial farmer's alliance lodges in Klhoant assortment ,of cloaks aud Boyle are said to have organized a wraps just received at S. II. Shanks' of what they style "advocates Call and see them before tho stock is of tho people's party." Less than 100 broken. nro sai 1 to bo into it aud it is not likely Ik tho ladies will come aud see our that tho movo will cut any figure. teo fc ri mm stock of dress goods, cloaks, underwear, Fruit. Attention is directed to tho ad. of Ac., they will be surprised at its extent. W. E. Dr. J. K. Vunarsdale, who has bought J. S. Hughes. and is closing out tho remnant of J. B. Wm. Moreland bought of C. Ador a I have a No. 1 saddle horse, six years Foster's stock, preparatory to opening bunch of hogn at lie. I will up in largo style as soon as his storeold, and which drives well, that oxchango for nico butcher stud of any room is completed. He is agent for all NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. kind. M. F. Elkln. ' the standard goods that Mr. Foster han dled and has them on salo now. Junction City is to have a largo furMus. J. B. HiooiNs, who has suffered niture aud undertaking establishment. Mr. Bloom, of New Mexico, is at the with tho dropsy for years, was "tapped " Residence and 14 Acres of Land You must know that our Tailor - made Suits for both Ladies and head of the onterprise. for tho 12th time Sunday, by Drs. Poy-to- n On Danville pike i mile from Stantord. Also Gentlemen, our Tailor-mad- e and Cook, and four gallons of water A NUMUKit of speakers taken from her, making over 50 gallons A Houso and Lot in Stanford, will nddrcts the citizens at May wood, at On Damille ttmt that have been so taken. The operation A. C. Martin's store, Wednesday night, MRS FANNIE lH'NN. weakened her gruatly, but she rallied '2i, begiuuiug at 0.30 o'clock. and was doing first rate yesterday. . DISSOLUTION NOTICE. Hoys' Suits and our Gents' Overcoats and our Our Talor-madatAll tho ballots nnd older voting Circuit Court adjourned Saturday tachments, under the kangaroo law, and Judge T. .. Morrow, who has so ac Having llolvn! partnership, we are eryile have been received by County Cleric ceptably filled the bench for tho last six tiroui of icttlinp our old butincM, and all custom. 11. Wearen will find ers Indebted to it Cooper, who is busy bending them out years, bndo n heartfelt adieu to his their accounti with W II. Wenren St Co., at the to their proper places. place of bumpts. I'lease call and Kettle. All direct from the hands of skilled manufacturers, are unequalled friends, both of tho bar nnd public gen- same II. K & W. II WEAKEN. 7i and, hot or cold, they must be soid. Come and examine before you Tiik trustee of tho jury fund, Mr. B. erally. It was tho last court ho will IMchmond. T r CLARKK. invest your money. We are here to accommodate the people. U. Alford, tells us that the pay of jurors hold here, but not his last court by nny r. ITKAUi., JK. Mkh. M. K. Youno, of Lancaster, spent for tho lato term of circuit court was but means. He has a "cinch" on tho ollice Ladies are especially invited to look over our Dress Goods. Jersey , last week with Mrs. A. 0. Dunn nwir S028, the lowest by far during his six in his new district, and tho people are Suits and Vests, Silks, Velvets, Hosiery, Embroideries, Flannels, McKinney. PRACTICAL years of ollice. The olliro hasn't kept to ho congratulated on giving it to him. Miss TiixiK llAi.i.,of Winchester, spent Skirts and Skirtings, Towels, Table Linens and everything that they him in chewing tobacco lately. n few days with Misses Nannlo and Kit-ti- o The new.Rowland merchants, Messrs. Plumbers and Steam Fitters. need under all circumstances in life. Baughman. for The surest and easiest way is to mark Stephens fc Knox, aro doing a staving Dealers in all kinds of Iron and Brass Goods All The immense stream of customers pouring into our house day after Oiwdt of and water Mns. G. W. Dunlai1 was nailed to your ticket when you go to vote In tho business and surprising tho nat ives with steam guaranteed Sanitary defective all kinds. and day tells you where to get all your desires satisfied. material work against It takes only a 57 Lexington Saturday by tho serious ill- s(iiare under tho rooster. It will be the lownesa of their prices on standard workmanship small amount of money to equip you for cold weather at our store. ness of a brother. counted then for tho full democratic and other goods. They are experienced Come and sec for yourself how we do business. We are building up LAND Mn. B. J. C. Howk went to Indianapoticket. If you go to scratching you will men in tho business, having been enan immense trade and must still extend it. Forty Acres of Land, 4 miles South of Stanford, lis Saturday in response- to a dispatch be sure to get muddled and spoil your gaged in merchandising for several years timber, cood orchard, two balance calling him thither. ballot. at Danville and know just what the peo- half cleared, springs, in a small house. and never fniliuc G. T. McROBERTs. J9tf ple want. Read their "ad." on our first Jcimika.ni Miw. J. S. KiNimicK, of We are iadobted to Editor Clarence E. page, call nnd seo them and you will be Somerset nro visiting their daughter, Woods, of tho Richmond Register, for n convinced that thoy "beat the winner Mrs. J. W. Alcorn. couplo of buttons, which Gov. McCreary on low prices." laMlrs Lillik LiTiinow, a handsome I will sell prhatel) my Farm of 41 Acres, 1 nule dy from Louisville, arrived jvstcrday to has had made for tho Madison county It is riTm Crab Orchard, on the Manford pike CHURCH AFFAIRS. clubs that bear bis name. They contain good land and well improved with Rood dwelling, visit MliusJanio Foland. incyard, water, Ac Tall on me on the barn, Undo Joo Hopper has just closed a premises or address me at Crab Orchard Miss Dollii: Williams, of J. F. I. a splendid picture of tho governor before JOHN DE NAKDI. he cut oil' his moustache. meeting at McKinney which resulted in 65tl snent from Friday to Monday with her parents at Huston villi. Jessamlno Jourl and Robert 10 conversions. JuihikJ. A. SHOP. nal. Itev. Stroth Cook, Jr., who has been met with success at Davison have not Missica Tmton and Gertrude either of tho points they had arranged Africa as a missionary of the Christian Ilutcher Shop on I have just opened a spent Sunday and Monday with to speak. At Sugar Grove they couldn't church, was expected to arrive at his Lancaster street, wherol will keep at all times Howard Mrs. K P. Woods, at her pleasant coun: : mid at father's home in Mercer yesterday, his get the koy to tho school-houstry home. Highland a meeting was in progress and health having necessitated his return. that can Ik obtained, which I will sell at the marnew, larje Miss Kva Biciianan, who has been they were advised not to attempt to get Kev. W. J. Barbee, a prominent min ket price I have a line, kept fresh nndrefrigerator nice. and meats will always be Call and secure Bargains. visiting her sister, Mrs. John Haldeman, a crowd. ister of the Christian church, died at 48imo JULIAN VEST Crab Orchanl. Glasgow. He formerly hnl charge of a has roturnrd to Dktkct!vk8 arrested W. Curtis Egbert school at Ghent and was the author ol B8U Miw. Bettik Tit a vis, of Chattanooga, ut New Orleans for robbing his employ"Barbee's Geology," a book of considerDealer In A Son, of Louisville, of able merit has returned Dome after a visit of six ers, J. Bacon Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Kev. W. C. Barnes, sou of Kev. Geo. weeks to her sister, Mrs. Kato Twaddle, $S0, but they refused to prosecute him Confectioneries, Ac. d he out of deference to his mother, oi Howlend. O. Barnes, and who recently gave two baker and can lurmsh Has with him a ho will very interesting lectures here with India St read, Cakes and the like oil short notice. Misa Mahy Clay Thohihon returned was released. It is said that UW with Mrs. E. T. Rochester from Louis- como back to Crab Orchard, his former as his subject, has accepted a call to the villo aud is tho guest of Miss Mattie home, and endeavor to betva life afrwib. largest Episcopal church in Baltimore, Go Rochester and the Misses Lackey. Tub tliratncal season at Walton ' Op- Md. He left Covington for his charge I'd have jour phetotrraph taken He keep", up v' Misses Maiiy Bruce and Glenn Bibb era Houhh is alow in opining, but it will there last Friday. Lancaster with all the county yeatenlay to went to Boyla b lively enough after it don optu. The Molasses was poured iu front of evTom Yeager, who wis accidentally shot first attrat'tion, now booked, willba GorAnd will civeyou food satisfaction. ten days ago and if Improving slowly. ery betl room door in the Baptist Theoy A J KARI', Stanford ton's Minstrels, enlarged and iaiprovad .We are making.. Mn. anii Mus. 3. M. Owens entertain- in every particular. They will appear logical Seminary at Louisville the other ed Judge T. 'A. Morrow and a few friend Nov. 10 aad after that cood companies night and then the cry of fire was raised. MYERS HOUSE young men could at supper Friday evening. It is ueedles are booked through to March. A hundred .. be seen later on washing their feet and to say that a splendid repast was spread. The llrm of !J. K. A. W. H. Wearen muttering something that was not the Mb. Will R. WiLi.iAMs.southern trav,CjsX. P. W. GREEN, Prop. eler for the Parlin A Orendoril" Agricul- has dissolved and the business will here- Lord's prayer. Kev. George W. Dunlap cloeed hie tural Implemont Co., Canton, III., is after run in the name of W. il. Wearen This stable, which Is run in connection with the here in its interest and is registered at it Co , ho and his stater, Mm. Annie 10 days' meeting here Sunday night and Myers House, has been supplied with .OF James, Irvine boujcht Mr. JJ. K. Wear-en'- s will preach twice daily during this week tho Myers House. A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, half interest. A notice of tho change at Rowland. Those who heard Mr. s Mm aniiMiw. T. B. Bhioht, of GarBuggies, Wagons, exposition of tho Scriptures are derard, Col. R. F. Logan and wife, of and an advertisement of the new tirm Boyle, Dr. W. N. Craig, of Louisville, appear in this issue. The retiring part- lighted with the sweet gospel he unfolds And Drummer's Supplies and Is better than ever prepared to supply the public with Harris Craig and other relatives from a ner is not settled aa to wiiat he will do and one man told us that he would not RIGS OF ALL KINDS. distance attended the burial of Dr. John iu the future take $10,000 for what lie has gained by Penonal and prompt attention givtn to Weddings, Craig. Mr. Xbw Postals. J mice W. R. Carson regularly attending his services. Tartiesand Iturials. Col. W. 0. Brahi.ky is tiring the re- received tho flrstof tho new "postal cards Dunlap is in very bad health and really P W. O KEEN, Proprietor. SHOES THIS SEASON. disA I.. BURNS, Mauager publican heart in West Virginia. A reply." It is one of the most hardly able tontand the fatigue of preachwith paid patch from Fainnountsays: "Ilisspeech-e- s ing. and argu convenient innovations in the mail ser were models of eloquence An impressive feature of the servicwant. It vice and will till a loui!-fo- lt inent. He captured liin audiences by his es at the Christian church Sunday mornconsists of two cards joined together. 'appeals to their intelligence and was rapwar- an appeal, mado through tho Card Is left blank, which fan bo used ing turously applauded. He did a great work 0n9 to reply when torn minister, by a wayward brother to be by tho one addressed here." restored to the confidence, prayers nnd oir. The cards are of the usual sizo and sympathy of the congregation. It was CITY AND VICINITY, boar tho picture of Gen. Orant. aud popular fel- Articles to Suit the Most Fastidithe same H. ous. A complete line of Ofjall kinds, Ji'iHiK John W. Huoheh, of Mercer, low to whom an unfeeling reference was Nkw line Zaiglar shoes at S. I am receiving one of the mot elegant lines of MILL1.1NKRY eer handled m Stanford, select- Made and Set Up in All Parts of good crowds at Crab Orchard, lately made in a public lecture. II in resspoke to Shanks'. ed with an especial view to the wants of this May wood, Hustonvilleand Junction City olution to abstain henceforth from drink the Country. trade. Miss Nora Welch, of Cincinnati, an eipe. Butiav, almost new and Hint repaintrienced trimmer, Is with me thi season and I No Agents employed. Friday and Saturday and aroused much is gratifying to all his numerous family guarantee everything to bo in the latest and most W. P. Walton. ed, for sale. approved lashlon The ladles are invited to call enthusiasm among the voters. Ho is and friends, who rejoice to see him reW. ADAMS & SON, and examine my goods, which I will lake pleaswe the only public speaker iu this section sume his useful placo in society and the Last evenfng was Hallowe'en hut ure shown. No. 41 tlroadway, I.exmcton, Ky. yuss , ,CC1K ,.:AZ,,kv. heart of no celebration of the old time who has had the backbone to attack tho church, freed from tho alluring and depension raids on tho treasury aud ho has stroying convivial habit. miperstition. point with those who are Kev. George O. Barnes proposes go made a Fres of Cost. Beautiful Crayon N DEALER A vkuy "indeuirable" rtfiidonce nnd opposed to turning over the country to ing to Sanibel Island, Fla., after he finetore-rooin Stanford for Bale. Apply tho rs -- : and ishes his evangelistic tour in Kentucky, Those Buying $10's Worth Goods at corner Main and Somerset streets. Ho is for liberal pensions to all soldiers, and there enter into the Watch Repairs and Will receive FREK a hantjsome portrait ol their Complicated 111 And Country Traduce, goods and Is to Has opened tbelr family, or for Fok Salu. Desirable residence prop- who deserve it, but eternally opposed to housekeeping plan with his friend, Kev. Artistic Engraving a Specialty. friends or any ofand frame complete, $5 cash will the ueoule ofhis stock ofand vicinity ready Is serve now till from He Stanford offer furnish picture W. Duulap, and Borne SO other ,, .89, ing- - unheard of llargalns nnd all who' want erty. I oiler for sale my lot and two tho indiscriminate pensioning of every Georgo January All goods sold encraved tree of charge. ,IAKCAlN STORE, goods at tho lowest possible prices should street. follow who presents perjured proof of colonists. They will put up inexpensive dwelling houses on Lancaster JONUS, SR him on l.ogan Avenue, near Lancaster pike Toini bis right to it. cottuges. This done they will begin a JftirYour patronajc respectfully solicited. Mrs. M. E. Daviess. n who are habitual dram drinkers, nor to call on any such to take prominent part in public religious services. Other resolutions declare that they will work in overy legitimate way against tho legaliz ed liquor traffic; ask tho legislature to proyldo for the study of scientific tern pcrance in tho public schools, recommend unfermented wine for sacramental purposes and indorse the Women's Christian Temperance Union in all its work. There are 528 preachers In this conference, 539 churches with 01,000 inombern, owning churches nnd parsonages valued at $1,600,000. W E. PEBKIN Is now ready for everybody with a full line of Staple Dry Goods and Dress Goods, Ladies' and Misses Cloaks, Clothing for Men, Boys and. Children, Shoes of all kinds. Full stock of Boots for Men, Hoys nnd ChiU dren. Call and examine our goods and get prices. Highest market prices paid for Eggs, Butter, Gensang and Dried PERKINS, Crab Orchard. LADIES aid For Sale Privately. rail. uell-huo- 7 m . K.A-W- CHLOAKS, Mackintosh Coats, e two-week- s' STR&UB & CO m m FOR SALE. - J. S. HUGHES. Farm S'or Sale. 1.B.JM0BERTZ, DE.-U'GCIS- Ciiai-i'KL- NEW BUTCHER first-clas- n e Drugs, Toilet Articles, School Books THE BEST MEATS and Stanford. s Courier-Jo- m urnal. s 2OM0MmiSgffl first-cliss REAB OF POST OFFICE .ROOM. to Earp's Art Gallery SHOES. Record-Homestea- in Latest Improvements, 9i-i- baro-foote- d X.X1T1.RX n ST ABX.E 0 0 SOCAJLTY Dun-lap'- i FinST-CLAS- S LADIESbCHILDREN & St - DANKf THE JEWELER M'ROBERTS HIGGINS. large-hearte- d TO THE LADIES. MONUMENTS Watches, Clocks nd Jewelry toils C. D. FOWEX, t coffee-coole- camp-follower- And SILVERWARE. General Merchandise, 1 .b hm upi)ippy8iB Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournm AT CRAB ORCHARD. Published Evory Tuesday and Frldoy S"-J Plfilfc YICAK so paid IN" will Tie a)rWhen not 3U.60 chargedS chrysanthemums and overgreong. Tho bride looked exceedingly handsome in an ecru and red cloth suit, hat to match. Miss Lizzie is one of our prettiest nnd most popular girls; her Bweet amiability and evenness of temper nro her most beautiful traits. It will not bo her fault if their married life ia not n happy one. Mr. Henry is a young man of fine business qualifications and connected with the E. T., V. k G. railroad. Mr. John Duncan, of Knoxville, waa best man to the groom and Miss Lillina Buchanan, sister of tho bride, was the maid of hon or. 1 lie other attendants wero Mr. D. B. Bean, of Knoxville, nnd Mi.ss Jennie Harlan, of Sedalia, Mo.; Mr. Simpson II Rhest ol A Cream of Tarter Baking Powder all in leavening strength -- Latest. United State Little, Knoxville, nnd Miss Eva BuchanGovernment Food Report. an; Mr. Frank Kincaid, Knoxville, nnd ROYAL UAKIN'G POWDERCO , Miss May IN'owland; Mr. W. Claiborne, York. 106 Wall street, New Knoxville, aud Miss Margaret Buchanan. After the wedding a delightful K. u. LOCAL TIME CARD. lunch was served. Tho happy pair wero Train leaves Kowiand at 7:00 a. m., returnln m. the recipients of many beautiful presat ents. They left on tho noon train for L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. J) pm Louisville, Chicago and other cities. The ail .. goinr North ,7 train taopm best wishes of South go their South " 35 P with them, and may host of friends ono "P,'."" .." North their lives be .5? Local Freight N'th long honeymoon. ......Jisp South. ROYAL A very pretty uonio wedding wits tlint of Mies Liw-i- Buchanan and Mr. J. S. Henry, which took place Thursday, the 27th, at 10 o'clock a. m., at tho home of tho briile'a mother, Mm. II. I Abra ham. Tho ceremony waa performed in WEATHER STATIONS IN MIDOCEAN. a very impreBsivo manner by Rev. Robt, Caldwell, of Dnnvillo. Tho Iioubo was Tlio Prince of Monaco V IMnti Tor lleitort-- I ne Wratlicr Condition nt Son. prettily decorated for the occasion with The prince of Monaco is agitating in o smmmm) Qy C- l- --r M6 POWDER Absolutely Puro j:)i 11 'lim The latter trams also carry passengers. The above Iscaleulated on standard time. me U about 10 minutes fatter QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Solar FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. d Bros. Mrs. 51. E. Young has rented her farm of 12S acres near McKinney to I). SURGEON DENTIST. lllIULi-- f J. Alcorn for $400. Office over Severance & Son's Store, Main street, timothy hay 500 bales of Stanford. and 100 barrels of corn for sale. G. B. Barnett, Stanford, Ky. "W. B. M. S. Baughman sold to I. M. Bruce a pair of mules for $1100 nnd street, in office recently to T. A. Coulter a pair for $150. Office South side Main Ky. B. W. Gaines Bold to Richard Cobb f acated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford. a lot of calves at $15 and bought of Bill R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. Simpson some shoats at $3 a head. To Let. A good house and garden, DENTIST. pasture and stable and 50 acres for corn to the Higgins office, Lancaster street. (s Ni,rou,OGsenr.nUj.Ye.tractlne. to a careful and industrious man. J. II. Miller. John Shelby sold to an.Illinois party filly for $375 and ORAIG, a combined .M. DR. to Johnson, of Boyle, 12 head stoppers at For Sale. 32 two year-olmules. Allbroko. M. S. Baughman. Trains pass function City a follows: 0. Vanoy sold to E. P. Woods 150 c...h-K,0 .V C. Sneclal u.aoam p.Fast m.; barrels of corn, to bo delivered, at $U.2o. Mail "57 P m.J New Orleans Limited 317 Special 840 p.m. iii... a. Cl. Special Wanted. A couple of teams of ex.48 Grass Special 6 :oo a. m. ; Cincinnati Limited tra pood mules. Mares preferred. Beaz-lem .nail 3.10 p. 1 illue-Gra- ss North-bound-- i 1 nisi A. S. PRICK, first-clas- s DR PENNY, Dentist. J JOHN - Homeopathic Physician, 1 3c. LL i 1-- r; ; I Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, ELKIN r' The cooking fad that hiw taken posses- At tho late residence of decedent. In Lincoln sion of the oflicers of tho English nrmj county, Ky., sell at public auction the following bIiows among other thingi what a want personal property, ; Mules, i Two IImhhI Mars in foal to a of originality there is among our future head ot ( os and t'alves, 7 head J.nklluei and so of OeMtHg, a work Wellingtons. First, Colonel Burnett, t! Shoots, one gsiod timoehy Hay and Horse. aho is the Irish rifles, with his (juartormabter. about 00 shockssucks of FarifcinM liHHmenis. of Corn, took tho matter up and aroused public in- consisting ol Wood (flutter. Wood Slower, 'I huma Hay Rake, Cutting terest in tho tiuufetion. Then when hi Wagons, a lloeklsoardHarrow, Roller, !o Corn . and Sprlnir model cookery hoisted Colonel Burnett Planter, 1 Wheat Dnlk, mi various other Farm a good staff appointment, Major Dunn. ibj I'tensils.A credit of j BioNthc em nte with l Terms Army Service corjie, took up the purault sKurity, with interest from date Sab- hiII begin promptly it ., to aud won distinction 111 the art of making .fct) e e;i dripping. Sir Evelyn Wood hus added i, I si RHhl.S W Oll n his quota to the new reform, and now li ct Colonel Huttou has made a ragout ol all previous Byatums, and his advancement has made him very happy. Jm'" i e' r I The latest victim of tho stewpan 11111 nia is tho Dnke of Connaught, who has 2: IS. shed the germs of tho epidemic upon all Give Wm. Moreland bought in Wayne and sundry, so that several command 37 county 10 stoppers at 2i to 2 05; a car- ing oflicers iu tho country have been called upon to supply a statement of the load of hogs at M to 4c and a for December delivery at lc. He sold to whole of the meals supplied to tho men during n given week. When theso reports IS. W. Lee 40 feeding cattle at :tc and are all received they are to bo boiled down STANFORD, KY., bought of J. F. Cash a bunch of hogs at and convtirted into now regulations. He. London Society. The "trotting meeting" at Columbia, Tho Ilrltltli aiii.eiiin. Tenn., which was sufliciently adveitised is uow TThii Hotel, renovated and refurnished, so as to to attract The number of visitors in tlio British the best homes in the county, in my charge and I intend to conduct it museum in" tho daytime in nni nnlit maintain its hieh re nutation, but to add to go for f 100,000 alleged to be waiting 474,705, an incroa.Mi of 10,082 lS'JI waf ol friends, hpccial accomoiodaej to its over the lions for commercial travelers and fine roius.ior tor them, camo to an inglorious ending preceding year. Tho grand total of 51 the dlsploy of samples. Friday. It developed that there was no however, fell short of that of lbDO, Saloon) A First-Clas- s money in the hands of the "treasurer" the number of visitors iu tho evening AndlllLLIARD and TOOL UOOMS attached. of the association, and all save a few having declined. Tho number of f JOSEPH COFKEY using tho reading room tdiows a horsemen pulled up stakes and left the slight incraihe, being 198,310, 119 comthe track. pared to 197,823 in 1800. The average daily number of readers has been 051. Desired Information. We desiro to impress upon the minds of the pub' Tho fluctuations iu the number of stutho other ih. dents . . Highest cash market price paid l.c the superiority of..the service offered b. anl except iniu tho ennedepartments is slight, Wisconsin Central Lines oetwreu Lhicaco of those working in Milwaukee and St. Paul. Minneapolis, Duluth and MORELAND, for all points lu the Northwest, Two fast trains leave the gulleried of sculpture. Dealer ill the above. Chicago daily for St. Paul. Minnaapalis and DuTho number of these students has luth with Pullman Vrsilbtilcd Drawing Room Sleepersand Coache of latest design, lu Dinlnc fallen from ll.CfcO in 1890 to 0,025 in the Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs Car Service is unsurpassed. It is the only route putt year. This reduction, however, it Solicited. Stock Cattle and Sheep a specialty. ,?,,h.e 'cif,e C0"1" ovr whiih loth Pullman Persons hsvinif any of the above described' stork &c, at and Pullmaa Tourist Carsare to bo ascribed to the adoption by the for sale or wishing to purchase same, will do well operated from Chicago via St. Paul without change. Koyul Academy of Arts of more re- to call on or address me An experience of fifteen 1 amjibelts giylng valuable Information can lc years in this business has been of proht to me and & CO., M. F. obtained free upon application fo your nearest strictive regulations for persons seeking I think I can make tt profitable both to the buyer ticket agent, or to Jas. C. Pond, General Passenadmittance as art students. Loudon and seller. P. O address Stinford, Ky STANFORD. KY. ger and Ticket Agent, te-w- ll Jack Spradley, who bought Mr. J. to 3 p. m.; 8 to E. Fan-is- ' saddle mare, Allie Farris, for a a. m.; 10 to Office Hours: $1,000, has sold her to a New York par' Office on Lancaster strect.opposite ty for $1,700. Poor&Etnbry have bought up to Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co date fully 000 head of cattle for slopping Miner and shippers of the GENUINE purposes that cost them 2 to 3.10. Lan caster Record. Nancj Hanks attempted to lower agents lor aiaumiu y it. Tr ,f.nil. We are the soleot Depot street and rail- - her record at Sedalia, Mo., on a corner Office Row road crossing track, but the best she could do HIGGINS & WATTS. 6 was 2:06J. High wind and too cold. There was a mistake in tho figures 0". on the Joe Myers farm. 'Squire J. S. ROWLAND, KY., Murphy says there are 400 acres and it HARDWARE, DEALER IN GROCERIES, Cigars and Tobacco. Ohio brought $2,000. Most of it is knob land. Hoots and Shoes, HlverSalt for sale by the barrel. Will take counThe VanMeter farm, containing 190 market price. try produce in exchange for goods at Hrodhead Toacres, on tho old Frankfort pike, was I am also age at for tho old reliable baccos and will keep a full line of these goods ct Bowstock, and all I ask or the merchants of Stanford sold a few days ago by Steadman and Rowland is to give me their orders and Iwill man for $90 per acre. Lexington Ga . iunnnn. in iiifir hnuir at Fitctorv prices. Thanking the public for liberal patronage, I ask a zette. coutlnuonce of same, and remain YUUI uiivuiuiili Michael F. Dwyer, the r J H. HILTON, servant. horseman, has bet $ 10,000 to $7,000 that Cleveland would be elected. The bet & BQWELL, was made at Delmonico's, where the he STANFORD. KY., vy pporls meet. House, Sign, Decorative Painter L. II. Hudson received 7 fancy New and Paper Hanger. York saddlers, which he purchased at Cntry work solicited. - Estimates furnished. bowline Green, at $200 to $300. He al so bought ono from Pony Benzley for Y LAGER I. M. 11RUCL $250 Advocate. V. D. Clark bought of Geo. B. NelBRUCE & YEAGER, son, 00 1,100 pound cattle at 3 cents; also of Mr. McKee, of Lawrenceburg, 55 LIVERY, FSB MB SALS STABLE, head of about same weight ot 3 cents. -STANFORD. KY. Winchester Democrat. Two world's records wero broken at and . The above firm went into efleit July aaks a share of the patronage of the the Stockton, Cal., track. public. Stamboul, tho stallion, lowered Palo AlNEW RIGS AND HORSES to's timo by of a Bccond, going the mile in --':0SJ. Roweaa trotted a mile in 2:17J, s and nothing but Have been nurchaicd turnouts will lcae the stable Sunol'd record as a being STANFORD, court-hous39-i- KENTUCKY Original Jellico Coal kite-shap- ed T. ZeZILTOILSr 111 well-know- n 57-y- SUSTIE have of meteorological obsorvatorios in the Is one whlahls guaranteed to bring ynu vlis prepared than ever to accommodate the public. factory results, or in case of failure, a return ef Oood Livery a Hashed and every convenienca de Atlantic ocean. Ho says tho observa- your purcnase price, tin inis sain pmn yonmn sired. Give me a stall. OKT1IKour FRANK RILEY. tions collected by tho various weather buy fromNew adveitited druggist a bottle ol It Dr. Tt s Discovery far Consumption. King's when bureaus along tho ocean bonier do not guaranteed to bring relief in every case chest CHOICEST CHARACTER or any affection givo marinors an idea of what is going mod for cons u m pi Ion, of the throat,lun the lungs inflammation of such as Notice to tho Travoling Public. AT THE on far from land. Tho Atlantic is bo bronchitis, asthma, whooping cough, croup . .1 have had etc. It is pleasant and agteeable to tsle, per vast a rogion that wo cannot predicate fectly safe and can alwavs be depended upon X.O HOUSE tho woather conditions at its contor from Trial bottles free at A. K. l'ettay't Drug Sjoro, observations mado on its borders. II At Rowland repainted and nteely furnished and says, in substance, that this is a favor one Morit Wins. A full lino of the Choicest Fruits have in conneceio with Hotel and of the best sanight; a night State, open day ablo timo for tho maritime nations to "Wedesiretosay toeurcltUciw thst for years wo and Vegetables and Swan's Down loons In thoall nan meets trains. In counet(oti with Home hac betnllliii; Dr King's New Discovery for utilize good positions in tho ocean to col Cnntumntinii. IVr Kine's New Life Tills Ituck- Flour can be have also one of the beat Mineral wells in the tato had at and for reference to water, call on Mr and Mrs lect theso observations. len's Artuca Salve andKlectnc Hitters, and have O W, I'atrick. Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Kloyd handled remedies that sell as well or the Tho Bermudas, tho Azores, tho Cana- never given Erin, Tenn., A. A.Warren, Stanferd, Dr. satisfaction. We do have I) E. 1'roctor.C It Uraum.Mr and Mrs. T. VV, ries, nnd tho Capo Verdo islands are al not hesitate such universalthem every lime and we to guarentce Hamilton, Kowland, Mr. and Mrs F. H, Johnson, satisready or fihortly will be connected with stand ready to refund the purchase price ifThese Goods Delivered Free of Chargo New Haven, Jim Cox. Orcenslmrir. Rates )i per do not day J M. f'etrey, clerk Oiva me a call tho continents by telegraphic cable. I factory results won theirfo'low their use. purely Terms, 30 Days. gteat populanty remedies have Vioiy J. W CARRIER, Trop would bo sufficient for tho present to es- in their uterits A. K, Penny. Druggist tablish on somo suitablo spot in each of UucStlln'aArnica Salvo. theso island groups an observatory proThe best sslve Iri the world lor cuts, brunts NATIONAL BANK vided with tho instruments needed for sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fovcr sores, tetter, chapnoticing tho first appearance, nature ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup I will deliver Ice every imirnlnif to families ia OT STANFORD. KY piles, or no pay requirand Stanferd and vicinity at 50 cents pr loo pounds: and progress of tho disturbances that tisns It is positively cures givv perfect sitisfsctioc, for so to 100 pounds at the rate of 60 cents, aH J guaranteed to ed. cannot bo followed from tho lxmlers. of or money refunded. I'rice is cents per bos Capital Stock- under 5,0 pounds at the rate of 75 cents I call aneclal attention to the John Premier the ocean. The Capo Verdo islands are For sale by A. K. I'ennv, Stanlord, Kyltrewiug tV'a Celebrated I. X. L. tletr, for which of particular interest, becanso they lie Many old soldiers who contracted chronic dlar Surplus i am agent. Will furnish in eithe ktg or bottle. Write Tor prices. near tho tropic on tho parallels where rhcra while in the serviee have since been perma It. HREMKR.Stsnford, Ky ijtf Aifntion of the public is invited to tho fac Cholic, Iain's tho most important cyclones are gener liently cured of II by ChambeiFor sale by Dr M. that Ibis Is tho only National Hank In Stanford and Dinrha Heinedy ated, which, after crossing tho Atlantic, I., llournc. Druggist and Optician, Stanford, K) Under the provisions of the National Hank Act A O Lsnhtm depositors are secured not only by the capital John 1). Cattleman spend their violence on tho British iteek, but by the stockholders liability lor an coasts. Two of theso islands are already amount equal1 to the stock, so that depositees ol this institution are secured by a fund sf $400,000 in telegraphic communication with Eufive sworn statements of thaennduiau of ths bank rope. are made each yearto the United States government and its assets are eiatnlned at stated times Bermuda will nlso Ixj a very useful When Bnby won alaV, wo ga lier by government agents, thus securing addttttoaa point of observation, becnusa it lies nl Jio was n Child, alio cried for CVustoria. and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as the most on tho other extremity of the arc When rim IxHjamo Mfcw, aha clunj; to Costoria. Deposit Hank of Stanford in it)K, theo of tho circle along which tho north At When ho had Children, she gave them Cartoria. tied as the National Hank ol Stanford in iScj and aguin rcnrganiied as the First National Hank ol lantic cyclones pass. Bormuda is now Stanlord in iSSt, has had practically an uninterin direct telegraphic communication rupted exiitcoceof 11 years. It Is better supplied now with tacilitica fur transacting business prompt with North America. Observations are ty and liberally than ever before in its long and already mado there, but aro not telehonorable career Accounts ef corporations, fiduFor lame bad. graphed to Europe. The Azores aro not saturate a flannel there is nothing better than to ciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully solici- BARBEK&OASTLBMAN cloth with Chamberlain's Tain ted. far from the center of tho samo circle. Halm and bind it on the affected parts. "I ry it The Directory el this Hank is cempoted ei MANAGERS, relict A submarine cnblo to connect tho Azores-wit- and you will be surprUed at the prompt rheuma-tlsr-it T. J. Foster, of Stauriird; affords. The same treatment will cure Commerce Building, Louisville Portugal and America will soon le Foiestus Raid, I.meon county, Kot sale by Dr. M t. llourue, Druggist and Optician, Stanford, Ky. laid. J W. Ilaydeti. Stanford; Agents Ibrevrfhout the South. S II naughmaa, Lineolo, Madeira is in tho neutral zone between M. J. Miller, Ml Vernon: tho trada wind regions and tho area of S. T Hams. Lincoln; southwesterly winds farther north. As NOTICE TO CREDITORS. W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agreat, J. S. Hecker Stanford; this nren shifts with tho season this C. A. Lackey, Lincoln; STANFORD. KV island belongs sometimes to tho one Al, Genrge estate 1 I. ill, Stanford. .trAll lnHthtl to the and payoftheir ai- region and sometimes to tho other. Vaughn, dse'd, will please call W O. Welch, Stanford; THIC 51'ANFORD.rZ: Mndeirn is now connected with'Portu -- ,.,. All ntrtnns havlric claims against the W.IVTaie, Staalonl. tate will present them property proven gal by cable. OmCKKS: Kxor. Geo Vaughn, deed W A. HAIL, 60 4t I. S. looker, i'reiidcnl; Co. Tho Canaries aro in tho region when John J. MaRobetU, Cashier; tho trado winds tako their rise and pre Has cenirscted with responsible firailorlta plants A. A. McKiuney, Asitttanl Cashier. vail most ot the year. Three of theM and will have the Ice and Klectric I'lantt eemple islands are connected nitli Euroio by led la about slsty davs ; the Water Plant soon after cable. With tho exception of Bormudii We have received ne ear load nl that celebrato In contracts in ad. Co, valueorderWaterplace individualLight, the Company all these islands have localities suitable for and Electric is the ted Kanawha Salt from Virginia, which offers the following' for high level observatories, which, il or stanford.:ky., Necessary water pipe will be laid, connected to a call established and kept going for only a best on earth for saving meats. Cie mains at actual teat Isr pipe and work. Is now fully organited and ready for business with Electric wires put In and necessary fixtures fursinglo year, would greatly help to put and we can sateyou meney. nished free ot charge the meteorology of tho north Atlantic KNOX. . STEl'HKNS To be of best quality and guaranteed to give - $200,000. Paid up Capital of on n sound basis. satisfaction Rwland. Ky. 1. Hamilton's old stand. The schedule of Surplus, . - - - 19,000. per cent, lower thanadopted rales Is from 15 to jo Tho western shores of Enrojw, is usually given those of Great Britain and Ireland, SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL BAUGHMAN, are exposed to continual devastation by HANK OK STANFORD, Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. Now closing up) with the same assets aud under storms coining from tho westward. The FIRE AND STORM Dwelling or s rooms, one faucet. the same management. J Sen only source from which warning is re By provisions of itschaitcr, depositors are as Each additions! room 5a Each additional faucet I en fully protected aa ate depositors in National ceived is from North America, and these Stores, Hanks ami I'rUale (JfTires, laucct Banks, ita shareholders being held Individual! Son warnings tiro of considerable value, but liable to the extent of the amount of their stoca llaths, private, one faueeL. JC.I Representing tho north Atlantic is bo wide that Amur $ therein at the par value thereof, in addition tn the Hose attachment ter sprinkler .... ! Stables, private, one animal S OS amount invested in such shares It actaa ican storms often lose themselves in it, Hartford, of Hartford, Conn., executor, administrator, trustee. Ac. as fullr as ' r.acn aoditional animal.... I 00 nnd others aro generated of which Eu- Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. an individual To those who entrusted their buisincsi to us ropeans at present receive no warning. Electric Light Rates. jj while moaglnfc the Lincoln Hank ol By the system of observatories on inlands Pennnsyivania ire, riniuuuipmi, Stanford, w we here leudcrour Nationalthanks and For commercial use: many ' America, trust they will continue to transact their busineat One arc and three 16 c. p. incandeseent lamp of tho Atlantic tho Prince of Monacc Ins. Co. of North with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenper ...... .. ..$;, eu Companies. I would tion to same, our twenty years' experience in Far 10varp. each incandescent ...... per me. proposes to collect daily information of All of which are light, 60 c I ol. banking and as liberal accommodations as are friends in be pleased to cob- the weather conditions throughout tin icies promptly wait on myWill Insure this line. torna- ststeot with sound banking. against issued. 5 oceanic basin, and thus Enrope and does, wind storms and lightning Lightning claus21 attached without additional PIKvctors: America can bo informed of storms that es Office at First National Hank charge. For Resulenee Uset Stanford J.J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; are approaching them from midoceau For iH c P ineondeccHt lamp per mo J. M. Hall, Stanlord; and tho information would bo of great S. Owiley, Stanford; J. use to mariners besides being helpful tt " athM " " ' " S J. Embry, Sunfeid; For each alJltfenal " Z the Ecience of meteorology. MeteorJ. K. Lynn, Stanferd; For luilher infurrtrttUn, apply to ologists who have expressed themselves A. W. Carpenter, Milledgeville; J W HAYDEN.Sup't.Ac upon the subject think that the ideas J. F. Cash, Stanferd; advanced by tho prince- are entirely VH4iam Gooch, Stanlord, Ky S. II. Shanks, President. practicable nnd well worth carryingout. s of the will of.S W Glven, deed, AsEtecutor J II. Owsley, Cashier New York Sun. we will 011 I -- faver of the establishment of a number gavF her na mare lly this time she had to cough up the gathering in her threat Then she enl to sleep and slept good far fllteen minutes. Then she got up and voroitivl, then the went back to bod and stent eood for the remainder of the nleht. She got the cmup theseeend night and I gave her the same remedy with the same Rood results. I write this because I thought there might hi some one in the same need and nnt know the true merits of this wonderful medicine " Charles A Thompscen, and 30 cent battles for sale, Dei Moines. Iowa and Optician, by Dr. M I.. Hourne, Stanford, . Ky . m mm An honest Swede tells his story In plain but un- for iu beneni ot tne public. mlitiuabir "One of my children tcV sever cold and got I Rave her traspeonlut t Chamber-kin- 's thceraup Ceoh lirmrdy and In five mimilM later I Mttc-isge Tor Twenty 8I Building of II . T rAUIiS FOR SAaLE. fc,ot8 I wltt tell privately my Farm til j Acres en the Danville & staiifbrd pike. Hire tuTles Iram lord. It M well Implored, with dwelling- o rooiM. new writ anunu neeesaary ouinuiHitngti unuonms en ino premises also has fiHsprin me as aiauieru, Kv nr addle KUOKNK KKLI.KY - In the corporate limits Kowland. I DARST.iKowlsnd Fresh Groceries IN MIL THE P. RILEY B. HOUSE Kontucky. niLBlY, Proprlotor, A Safe Iuvostmont London, - - - Greatest Abundance - moved to my new Hotel and am better WEST FBXCES. . THE SHEI.TON - JESSE I. WEAREN'S FIRST xce &ar:o beer. $200,000 20,000 Chtd-ei- a Cnatoria-Whe- ROYAL OF LIVEKPOOL. Insurance Company, o. 11 1 Watertight and Ice To Th.e FarmQrs. Farmers BanMTrnst A-- y J. H. . LNSURANCE AGENT first-clas- s .. 1 . Executors' Sal STOCKrCHOF, &C. 1892, 1 m-- II - W. M. Hrleht. Teller H. T. BtJSK, Stanford, Ky. . Tlio btuwiiuu Mini In. Saturday, Oct. 29l REAL ESTATE AGENT have ,Mie a numberuf FARMS lor saleol the erv Ufi H Lndsm Llnxtln county These f anus are all well Improved aud good 111 sue from rj h laii'H. runnmK 50 t j 5.X1 A.res C "nsid-rm- c theis Icxaliiy, their runnesa a,. frr tility 0fs.1l. the convenience, f turnpikes and rail rtads thai bring markets right to our dx.r, they arc r helper than Hie IjihIi of any other- ountv in tho hi tc There is srarceiy a Farm ia the (.own ly o.cr iHlleafroni a defoi niiy is checked with turnpikes running ilirti inn There ut not a public eu trr.ngthe uuMiy seat that M not Macadamirwl We have the Knesvilte llranck ol the I. ,V N It R dividing the tuunly from ltaat 10 Wel and the . S k k frixu NotihtolNMilh; the K C. R R the C A (J. lr m (Mi place 10 Cincinnati, at Winchester, tmnii full access to the marLeteol the whole world. Hesldes, we have thrw largo Flour Mills 111 the county that give us a market r all our grain tight at honw; and the develop mcntol the mountain regions ol Eastern and Kentucky bv lailrottdsnnd thbout-- 1 let iontli liy railroads has created such a demand for all Winds ol cereals and urmeiider that wecan scnrcely retain cnougn lor liomeconsumption. 'I he people are prosperous, generous and kind, believing in Christianity and education. There .. sil.nrliMAil t...a let ton ,. uaa a .. .r. at.. good church anil school-hous. Siatiforil. the counts' seal nf l.inj-alifi n,iu. pcruus little city l Uut j.joo inhab.tanU and it the erc.it diorway from the North and North east South and from the Northwest to .Southeast, and standing as it does gaaing right Into the hos om of the undeveloped mountains of Southeastern s Kentucky backed up by the whole regiun ol the State with railroads running through it ta all points of the compass, makes It naturally one of the best located towns In the South for manufactures and other enterprises of magnitude. Water Works are nw being agitated and right s of a mile aboe the town about there could be erected Water Works with very Utile cost that would supply a city of 10,000 inhabitants with the purest and best water in tho world Our little city hss been newly rebuilt in I lie last few years anil its business houses ard residences will compare with larger cities of greater Our merchants and tradesmen are pretensions all prosperous and doing well We have two banks with a capital stock ol $400,000 that are prosperous and in a good condition We have splendid schools. We have a Female College, a large brick building, with over 100 pu pits in attendance and under the prlreipalslup ol Piof. J M. Hubbard, Is in a flourishing condition. We also have a Seminary that Is a good school, with Prof H K lohnnon, al Its head We have one of the best Public School buildings in this section of the Slate, with over 100 pupils in attendance, and with other good private schools, you see our school facilities are excellent We have elegant church Cullmngs, representing every denomination, with a full corps ot ministers of lias class talent and are doing a better business than any class of men in the city. I have tried to make this statement as facts, without anv exaggeration or coloring, as tbom who know will bear no out, and those who wish to buy pleasant homes at lair prices and locate amonir a good people with all the best surround-iDg- s, would do well to call and see me.lefore pur chasiDif ultewhere I ' - 3 Ki J-- Wa-si- iu-t- g- ltii' - - -t N- fi rl kite-shap- ed criut nrt-clai- af7ltSsssssssssssssssssssssi South-easter- two-year-o- tlicm a Call. Junction City mur-rinu n I THE GOFFEY HOUSE car-loa- d JOSEPH COFFEYPro'r. long-lis- wp I fill orders for all kind ol Marble and Ltranite work I have in my employ skilled workmen from the East. My freight facilities can not lie excelled and 1 will not be uu dcrsold 38 JOF. S. WHIOIIT Houstj Marbie&Granite Works i.iii.n.iii juni.iiu.1 nin vv ii, Have lusl Arerlul Mnrhle ami flranlt J e. nniiamfullr prepared to a flew .!.. mii V. J l!lne-(Jra- 1 iQ 'Tit ffTi three-fourth- jwr-po- 37-t- CASK I WILLIAM llavinif removed my Uarber Snop to the Com mercial Hotel, 1 am d, first-cla- ss In anylhiW they may wish In my line. waited oa. Call n ma. Prepared to Accommodate Ladies as well as Gentlemen, Cbil-als- o -- Chicago, III. Letter. Office at the Myers House. JESSE THOMPSON, In Commercial Hotel. '." ... frjj -- vlt a assaauaiaaaiu .. r-