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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892110801 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 Weekly Interior VOL. XX. Journal NO. 73 -- STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 8. 1892. LANCASTER. GARRARD COUNTY. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. two-year-ol- i J Mra. John Shea died at her resiHubert McGoodwin is still very Fou Sai.k. JJ2 mules sick at his home on Harrodsburg Avdence on Stanford street, Sunday morn- All broke. M. S. Daughman. f0fl bales of first clasi timothy hay. enue. I havo received nml from investi- ing, of consumption. The remains were For n breach of the pence H. D. t. and 100 barrels of corn for sale. gations I have made I urn sstlBflcd that taken to Slielbyvillo for G. B. o( Smith and James Bauglinian were each there is a regularly organized band Barnett, Stanford, Ky. wlio iinvo fined $11.10 in the police court Monday Judge Walton Kxaon, who lias been thieves and Sales of 78 head of 1,300 pound catWe sell anything in our line of merchandise for a less percent, than houdquartora near the dlvidinK line confined to his bed for oovcral months, tle at 3 and 1,200 hogs at 1J are report- morning. their Marshal Ellis, of Junction City, any of our competitors for the same line of goods. of Madison, Garrard, Lincoln and lias rooovered sufliuientlv to sit up, and ed in tho Winchester Sun. We sell the counties, and who depredato on his physician thinks ho will be out in a Wm. M. Lackkv has sold his homo brought Bill Carter in Monday to serve sentence in the work house for the HurrouudinR country, mnktnir, their fow d.tvs. farm of 200 acres on tho Proachersvillo a raidrt in bands, k1K heavily armed and The election booths in the Park nro pike, 4 miles from Stanford, to Silas An- raising sheol, hades nnd one thing nnd another one dav last week. defying arrest, threatening to oiim the exceedingly clumsy looking itfrAirri, but derson, nt 512.60. Frank T. Ellis has Ihmi appointed property of any poraon who informs, on Judge Hobinsou says he will have nicer -I- I. W. Caldwell, of tho Wnyuesburir We sell Hats at less than cost to most manufacturers. We sell sidemarshal of Junction City, in place of A. them. This state of affairs has been ko- - ones next time. The present ones aro neighborhood, brought in a lined full stock Hoots for 52.50. inj; on for more than a year and they made of the old iron rooting that was cabbnge with him the othur day, to show J. Evans, resigned. Mr Evans made a bold that they arc now on Myois' livery stable. resigngood officer, but his reasons for havo become bo how they grow 'em over there. adding burglary to their list of crimes. Tho ellort to have a special wire run Tom Shannon, the young Lexington ing are approved by his friends. nt Keren, on at to the Judge Hughes, of Hrrrodsburg, made Recently a to get the election ie- has bought of J. II. MulliWnllaceton and Green Briar Springs turns failed to w.ork and tho bulletins gan tho "Shandon" farm of 120 acrea, 2J ono of tho best democratic speeches Sat ONhave bceu broken into and robbed and will be received at the depot by Clydo miles from Lexington, for S31.000. urday night heard here during the presconclusively to the fact Landram, an expert telegrapher. indications point Ono thing can be said in favor of ent campaign. Judge Breckinridge with n few well timed remarks. that it ha nil been done by the same Mr. Frank Meister, of Cincinnati, Nancy Hanks if bIih is fast she doesn't parties. The point !h this, are the nood has purchuseJ the confectionery of W, appear on the street with her brother's "One hundred dollars to $90 that citizens and the authorities iiotng to al- A. Arnold and taken charge of same. Ho suspenders on. Ynnkors Statesman. Harrison is tho next president; $50 to $40 low such a Htate of attaint to oxist? Tito iu an expert E flat cornet player and will , G. W. Cravens, of this county, sold that Harrison's tho next president!" renames of the loaders aro known nml all lead tho bind. His baker will arrive 65,000 younds of tobacco to Hieatt Bros, marked a plunger at the Gilcher Houso Quecnsware, Crockery, Coal Hods and Vases, etc. Try our Obthat is wanting is the evidence to con- this week and our citizens cttu then gat at 10 and lie. Mr. Cravens is holding Sunday night. It is understood that both elisk Flour, the best on earth. vict. I will give 525 for their arrest and fresh bread, cakes, j&c, delivered at their his best tobacco at 1.1 cent. Woodford bets were taken. We buy Beef Hides, Tallow, Rags, Timothy Seed, Clover Seed, conviction. Who will astist mo in this homes. The football game .between the CinSun. Mr. John Kirby is vitfiting his parmatter Write to mo at Crab Orchard, Nancy Hanks, 2:04; Martha Wilkes, cinnati I'nivorsity team and the Centre Furs, Feathers, Beeswax, Lard, Bacon, &c. Ky. GIvo all the information you can, ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Kirby. Mr. 2:0S; Belle Vara, 2:03j; .Maud S., 2:03J; College elevens Saturday, added anoth Come and sec us before making other deals. At Ike Hamilton's which will bo held confidentially untfl Wilson Moore, of Marksbury, was in Moquette, 2:10; Jay-ESee, 2:10, trot- or to the hitter's unbroken list of victo- old stand, ROWLAND, KY. town Sunday. Mis? Liw.io Walker has ting and 2.00 piciug, wero all bred in ries. It was an exciting one and stubtho proper time to act. D- - G. Sl.Al'OltTKR. Itespt., bornly contested from the beginning. A returned from Kuoxville. Invitations Kentucky. 5s largo cro wd was present. Robinson, the have been issued by Dr. and Mrs. B. F. B. Woodcock bought of Ike Shel G. MATTERS. MATRIMONIAL Walter ton dinner Thursday in honor by 10 cattle at ijc. with $8 captain of. the Gincinnntis, had his left of Mrs. Elisabeth Hill. Col. I). K. Colknocked otl the lot; of Josh Adams 25 arm dislocated nnd was replaced by Miss Klla McElroy and T. ilorae Clelland, prominent Lubinon people, lier and son Will aro hare. Mr and Mrs. 1,450 pound, at 4c, with $1250 knocked Woodward. Moci'H Collier have returned from a vicit oir the lot. Advocate. ONE YEAR AGO. were married last week. A watermelon was on exhibition in Mr. P. T. Reynolds and Miss Mattle to Madison. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. A. I'aacoe w. r F.. IN OWKNSHORO INcjlUKKR. Hello Mercor were mnrried at J. F. Koj are in Cincinnati buying their Christ- tho Santa Fe railro.nl office in Chicago J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. in my dreary" room, recently which measured I!0 inches in Alone mas goods. 26 sumnold'8 Sunday. K.ich have Keen Alone amid the silent gloom, Prof. J. P. Sousn, Into lender of the length and weighed I'M pounds. It was Recalling days too bright to last, 1892. mers. White binning tears fall thick and last. girl for whom Maud 8. was nam- U. S. Marine Band at Wellington, has grown in San Bernardino county, Cal. Tim Full carps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Supei lor courses in Literature, Music and The stallion record now Btnjids ns Wat It thin felt one year ago ? ed, Miss Maud Stone, of Cincinnati, is written n pieco entitled "Resumption An. Excellent hoarding department. Catalogues nnd circulars furnished on application. Had I tatted then thU hitler woe t March," which was composed in honor follows: Yearling, Athadon, 2:27; shortly to be married to Mr. Carey, of of the resumption of specie payment. Ariou, 2: 10 J; Ah' no. Tor lite seemed then 10 blight New York. And I'd never feit its chilling blight; 2: Ut; 4 year old, Moquette, 2:10; 5 Mcs What connection there is oetween tho At Kingwood, W. Vn., Weaver , , My heart was strung to its sweetest strain, Allerton, 2:01)1; all age, senger and Miss Ktta Sheets were mar- music and the resumption of specie pay- year-oldHut Kate has snapped Its chords in twain; would bodiillcult to determine in ment 2:0s. ried, By it tho brido becomes a The flowers of life are withered dead J. B. Peter fc Co. bought 50 hogs nt I.lkethe loved onesnlceplng in their bed. and tho groom an ordinary life time; but the professor to her no doubt wanted a compliment from Sec- 4 to 4 05. Bob Warner bought 50 South- There are vacant chairs round the hearth to his own sister. is a Wo acknowledge nn invitation to the retary Sherman and doubtless preferred down ewes from John Sallee at $0. R. Ami the unihed tears will dim our sight; snow the pure There are lootprmtt marriage of Miss Julia Bryan Yager, gold to greenbacks for his services (or S. Warner sold 25 barrels of corn to Jno. Than marked its faceless onyear ago; white shallj keepj constantly on During the year 1892 I one daughter of Mr. and Mr. anil Mrs. J. H. tooting at the presidential receptions. Sallee at 11.75 in the field. Danvillo There are voices, too, that we miss alway hand a full and complete jJLBdssHW'fcilssB' M fc stock of Yager, to Mr. James T. Short, which is Prof. W. P. Chambers has also published Democrat. That rang out then so glad and gay. The Bangor, Mich., Advance says: to occur at Broa'dway Christian church, n pieco entitled "King of Terror March." One year ago there stood by my side old daughter of Bel- A beauteous maid tn her youthful pride; Louisville, Nov. 23, nt 0 p. , The pros- Tho professor no doubt thinks ho has "Charity, the pective brido has visited hero frequent- played the devil nnd turned up Jnck iu mont Chief S6S9 in ado a record of 2:29) Sho told of the laurels I should win, majes the other day and that she has shown a Ol a lite untouched, unstained by sin: ly, where she is greatly admired for her dedicating a march to his Satanic will undoubtedly appreciate the full mile in 2:25. Belmont Chief SCSI) is "You'll gather the pearls for their shining light' amiability of character and her grace and ty, who You'll make our future fair and bright.' compliment and assign the author to owed by J. P. Crow, of McKinney, Ky." beauty. My stock of came, and "Farcucll than,'' Hut comfortable quarters should he vieit his John H. Farris, the Lincoln county She the parting soft, "till we meet again " whupercd The Election and Inauguration. trainer, who has had charge of a stable Tilt we meet again t When shall it be ? dominions in tho grand wind-utopic iust now is tho The battle for the spoils is on and of trotters and pacers .at Lexington this On the beautiful shore of Eternity f The Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers ol election; another great item of popular the gay audfentive floater on top. He Bcason, is very aweet on his yearling pac- We shall meet "up there" to part no more, o gather pearls on the Golden Shore. interest will be the inauguration; but no lias assumed an importance that makes er, Victor Mazone. He was asked about (From the selections of the editor's dear, dead drompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas D.LTon in charge. A. R. PENNY. ouo nt preeont can foretell how many him feel his keeping, nnd ho is glad to tho youngster's condition the other day wife, and printed in loving memory of her.) items of interest to horsemen or how knots' that once in uvery year or so men and said "Well, sir. he's as fine ns silk next season. Resolutions on the Death of Or. John. M. many important items will bo published of respectability recognize his import- and will bo a Craig. in the Kentucky Stock Farm during the ance: take off their hats to him and re I have never yet touched bottom with Wheksas, the earthly tics ot friendnext 1 months. This much can be re- plenish his exchequer with something him; he lias just gone a little faster every lied upon, that they will all be published, moro substantial than than the gush of time I called on him. I drove him a ship and fraternal love, which bound quarter several woeks ago fn29J seconds John Miller Craig to us as a friend and a orators. The and as soon as they take place; yet tho sprend-eaglStock Farm oilers to send Its aro not reposing upon "tlowory beds of and I am sure he could have gone faster. brother in Sigma Chi havo been severed Kentucky paper from date to January 1801- -n pe- ease" and tho ollicoBCokers, though We have been offered between $7,000 by God in his all wise providence, bo it riod of 14 months for 52, the regular hopeful, are on the ragged edge of un- and S10.000 for him, but $10,000 was our resolved 1. That Sigma Chi and ZetaZeta chapprice of n year's subscription. This is certainty. Sunday is no longer Sunday price and ho is atill our property." Lex. Is Receiving His ter have sustained an irreparable loss by an exceptionally raro oiler Bnd oue of whon it comes only two days before tho cor. Lou. Times. his untimely death. which horsomeu should avail themselves. election. People go to church, hut their , The owners of Mammoth Gave pro '2. That tho sorrow which has befallen The Stock Farm is published in taxing-ton- minds wander in the direction of coming O' Ky., "Tho Hub of tho Horse Uni- political events. Tho people, irrespec- pose to reproduce the Star Chamber in his relatives ami friends is sincerely Goods Warranted and a Perlect Kit Guaranteed. Gve me call. verse." Tho enrliest and most completo tive of party, are becoming convinced the mining department of the World's shared bv ns. I!. That these resolutions be published news from tho "Hub" Is its specialty and that wu havo too many elections nnd the Fair. The Central Hon1 at Winchester n the iNTEmoit Jo other quarters its aim. A bribery and corruption that is seen on ml Sigma all nows from special Christmas number will bo issued every hand is a blot upon our boasted was ludly dunagid by tire Saturday Quarterly. W. If. Shanks, ) this year, which as a book of reference civillmtion. Tho presidential term should morniug. So'iio of tho guests had to Com mittt e, D. C. Ki.vo, subscription. pe extended to six years and tho incum- leap from the 2d story windows to save will be worth tho price of U. M. Owslbv, ) will bo received at bent be ineligible a second term. Tlie their lives. Loss 515,000; nearly covered Orders for tho paper Outre Collote, Danville, Ky. this oilico. mun who have nothing to do and those by insurance. Dr. Uuatave Hover, who practices wiio handle the money as well as tiie Thi:kk will be a grand excursion to Tho Council BluiTs Nonrmriel sttys ol men who sell thoir votes tire never po without a diploma in Cincinnati, gave Cincinnati, Snturdny, Nov. 1!, via the the company that is to appear at Wal- happy at when there is an exciting con- Mary Koharko n steam bath to cure her Queen & Orescent route. A special train ton's Opra 1 Inugo, Weduoedny night, test on hand; and moil of either of those of rhnuui.itMin. The bitli was a boil in- of ten coachofi will leave Junction City tlu&xgSBv$5BfiraKCs iJist livunlng Gorton's minstrels cl.iwws would be glad to see an election stead and tli poor girl was literally itli at 0:10 a. m , arriving nt Cincinnati at Doha-ny'faudience at played to n everyday. It remains to be seen how cooked to death. The police nro now af- 10:25. Ueturninp, special train will ltave and for It is a show full of good things much longer we are to retain our nation- ter tho alleged tloctor. Cincinnati nt 7:15 v m. Fare for the are artists in the ality, especially if tlioro should come, as and all.the performers round trip for children from (J to Id years Caatorla curre Colic, Constipation, Happy Hooalora. "CstorlnIasoweIlttdaptltochlldrenUuit Sour Btouiucn, Diarrhoea. Eructation, front rank of minstrelsy. The only fea- seems moro than probable, a conflict be Wm. 1 iinmons, postmaster ol Idavillc, Indiana, of age $1.50; ml tilts $3.25. The abovo I recommend ltasupcrlortoany prescripUon KUU Wonus, ghes sleep, and promote diiuu "Klcclric Hitters has done about it that the audionco did not tween capitnl nnd labor. If this should writesall other mediiines combined, morn fur bad faro will include a round trip street car known to mo." It. A. Archer, M. D., ture gestion, for that than fuiled to Without Injurious medication. Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y, kidney and like was because the curtain come, tho war in which the question of fooling arlMnK from and stockman, liver trouble.'' fare utid admittance to the Zoological of same pkicc, stay up poveral hours longer. Tho pco-p- Blavery figured so largely will dwindle John Leslie, farmer Til Cistacr Cohjunt, 77 Murray Street, N. Y thu ben kid to Klectric un'and"Kind medicine, Hitters mo beIcel like anew Gardens at Cincinnati. The object of made of n performance s liwr ney would never tiro into insignificance) in comparison with man-J. W. Ciardnur, hardware merchant, kiimc this excursion principally is to give the good as Gorton's minstrels and the music just what will bo witnessed in this country. town, says is "Klectric Hitters is don't the thin: for pupils of tho Bchools along tho lino an care whetha man wno all run down and well, it would bo hard to oxcel by an- If millionaire needs protection, cer- er lie lic or die; he found new strength, ood opportunity to visit tho Zoological Gar tho had new lease on other band that has ever played befoio tainly th interests of the millions who appetite and felta just likeat heA, K a1'enny's drug dens. As the trip will prove both inbottle Vile Duly $i tho footlights nt Dohany's. structive and eutertaiuing, a largo palabor for their daily bread should not be lore tronage is expected to take advantage of La Orlppo Attain. overlooked. A fow nights ago a Tenville, Ga During the epidemic of I.a Cirippe last season these low rates. I). G Edwards, G. l of Consumption, Dr. Kms's New Discovery for young man culled on a young lady Cincinnati, 0 ; J.S. Leith, City TickLIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY, Coughs and Colds, proved to lie the best remedy A.. (Late Alexander's Hotel.) Reports from many who used it confirm this state- et Agent. that place nnd, as tho young lady didn't ment I'hey were not only quickly relieved, but : him. she had not a J. II. Tlmrmnn nml Miss Lula John- the ditcasv left no bad alter results. We aslc you inn, much about Desired Information. deal to Bay, but rested her hand on son, from Mercer county, wero united In to Kve this remedy a trial and we . guarantee that We desire to impress upon thelminds of the pubgreat Rates $2.50 Per Day. von will ha satisfied with rosnltf or the purchase the the her head nnd listened to her youthful marriage nt tho clerk's oflico on Wednes- price will be refunded. It has no eiiuul in La lic the superiority ofLines service offered by and betwren Chicago Wisconsin Central Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-Housor Lung trouble. and caller's discourso until n Into hour. Final day night, by Judj;e Wm. M. Myora. As Grippe, or any Throat, Chet Trial bottles tree at A. R. Penny's Drug Store. Milwaukee and St. I'aul, Minneapolis, Dulutu leave all points In the Northwest. Two fast trains Ivsho becaino drowsy and tho next both parties'claimud to ba of ae, and Largo IrattleK, 50c nnd $1. Chicago daily for St. Paul, Minneapolis and : with Pullman ettibiiled Drawing Room callor were found thoro. was no opposition among tho old morning bIio and her W.R.LOGAN, A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, soldier's: who contracted chronic Many old Sleepers and Coaches of latest deslKQ. Its Dining while the service have since been Derma asleep in thoir respective folks, it is an unraveled mystery why Service is unsurpassed. It is the only route Manager. Car hard and fast J. J. Marshall, clerks. nently cured of It by Chamberlain's Chollc, Choi the Pacific Coast oer which both Pullman tlioy came so far to hayo tliu knot tied. era and Dlanrhcca Uemedv. tor sale by Dr. M to chahH. and Pullman Tourist Cars are Chicago via M. .Many of the Liberty boys getting a hint I.. Hourne, Druggist and Optician, Stanford, Ky operated from giving valuable Paul without chance. A. c. SINE J. N. MENErEE Paiuphelts Information can be Ah honest Swede tells lili story in plain but un obtained free upon application to your nearest of tho matter hastened to the courtUucklln'uArnlca Salve. he benefit of tho public. mistakable latic.uB3 General rasseu-ge- r they wero too The best silve in the world tor cuts, bruises ticket agent, orlo Jas C: Pond, III. and Ticket Agent, Chicago, "One of my children look a sevcro cold and got house to see tho fun, but sores, tetter, chap fever Chamber-Um'Tatd, as it was all over before they got sore,. mIiws. salt rheum,corns and all skit, erup the croup. I cavo her a leaspoonful of ped hands, chilblains, Mr. to-da- An Organized Band of Thieves. (To the Editor Interior Journal.) Craii OnciiARD, Nov. 7. Krom'inform-atio- n DANVILLE. DO YOU- - y intei-men- houac-breaker- p, BUY OR S ELL? We Beat the Winner in Low Prices -- Kook-caatl- o Celebrated Kanawha Salt 14j-poun- d Btore-hoiu- o court-hous- e book-make- r, fol-ow- ed Furnislridgs, Clothing, Tinware, Groceries, Hardware, ye STEPHENS KNOX. 1,500-poun- d Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 6th, ht 1 Mon-bar- s, Statu-boul- sister-in-la- step-moth- Bon-in-I- aw ht PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER A. R. Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. Toilet Articles Glass, Books, J&W3S&RX p. WATCHES. CLOCKS & 1 world-beate- r 1 -- H.6.RUPLEY,-- o olllce-holdo- rs IfffewtimfrilB0M FAJLlLWCiWKM GOBi -- - fair-six- l. Infants Children. lo " THE WILLARD. &MM6SSM m mQMMQmg dM IMSM. e, Du-lu- th Louisville. Ky. dlar-rhofi- , 111 d, first-cla- '" m nd in livo minutes later Couch one moreflly this time the had to cough un tho irathennij in ncr iimui. ndalept ood for f.lteen mlnutei. Then and vomited, then she went back tubed he got night. and slept Wood for the remainder ol thecave her She the theiecond night and I tho tamrremedy with the same good results. I write some one in this became I thought there might be the tame need and not know the truo menu of this wonderful medicine." Charts A. Thompseen, for sale Des Moinea. Iowa, as and o cent bo ilea and Optician, l.yDr.M. i.. Bourne,, Stanford, Ky "" there. Insist A small boy in a Brooklyn grammar school has furnished tho latest informaFor lame back there is nothing belter than to rain fiannel tion about girls in a recent composition: saturate a l.lml it cloth with on the affected riarts. Try it n,,i, mil "Girls ia pretty and afraid of guns. They and you will bo surprised ait the prompt relief it . .., wear toe rubbers and look nt the clouds aitorus. s ne same M. L. Hourne, m.w ,.....-tlsmDruggi't and For tale by Dr. Optkin,Stanford, Ky, and say, 'O, how perflckly lovely!"' ,.a, wi uw 7 (tift.,, tions anu poiiuvuij uic , It is guaranteed to Riv. perfect satisfaction, a nio a wn pc. box. or money rcrunoeu. For sale by A. R. Penny, Stantord, Ky. & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of The V When When When When Baby u as sick, w gave her Castorla. she was a Child, she cried for Castorla. she became 2IUs, she clung to Castorla. she had Children, she gave them Castorla, STANFORD LUMBER YARD, Oflicejand Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. s 7 V pt-- 4 fSWWW Semi-Week- ly InterioKJouknul -- Stanford, Kv., Nov ember 8, 1892 W. P. WA.ITON. SIX : to-da- PAGES. A y vice-preside- nt, X simple cross mark under the roos- first chance in 30 years to redeem tho promises they have made. Is not this consummation, devoutly to be wished, sufficient to put every democrat on his mettle? Let each make it a point to day, rain or shine, sink or swim, to go to the polls and vote the full ticket by placing the cross under the rooster. Good reports continue to come from Garrard, Mercer and Boyle. The demo crats do not even concede his home county to CapU Uerndon, while they are confident of 350 majority in Mercer and not les3 than 50 in Boyle. II Lincoln county democrats do their duty, as they now seem determined to do, Judge Sauf ley's majority in the district will be anywhere from 500 to 700. Considering his fitness for the office hia democratic constituents bo unanimously nominated him for, his defeat would be in tho nature of a calamity, which fortunately if not among the probabilities. Let no democrat relax hisenthu8ias.ni, however, or thiuk his vote is not needed. Our friends, the coonB, will ffe out in full force with tho other crew forming the motley crowd, and with so much at stake there shouldn't breathe a democrat with bouI so dead as not to be up and doing his full duty. that result would in all probability give speech making tour through West Virall the branches of the government to ginia and Indiana, bqth of which States the democrats, who will then have tho he says are as sure for Harrison as to- is one of tlio most ter, as shown above, made by the rubThk election history of the country. ber stamp to be found in the booth, will important in the Besides a president and insure your vote to be counted for the 356 congressmen are to bo elected and full democratic ticket. That is all that 26 legislatures upon which will devolve is necessary, if you o to scratching, you the duty of choosini? U. R. senators, aro apt to get mixed and have your balwhich mny change the political person. lot thrown out forlirregularity. nel of that body. Of the 20 senators to be elected, 10 are to succeed republican Col. AV. O. Bkadlky "passed through and 10 democratic members. Should the to his homo Sunday after month's stay party of the people (not the people's hi Xow .York with the National Commit party) elect Cleveland and Stevenson, tee, of which he is a member, and a Ik tho history of the world no such a battle has over bean waged as that of tho battlo of tho billots which will occur today. It is estimated that 14,000,000 of men will be in lino to awert the prerogative of freomen. Wero the question only one of popular majority, the democrats would win in epite of "the predictions of rdpublican success, based upon tho ability of that party to purchase the votes of tho pooplo," as Mr Cleveland expressed it in his Lennox Hall speech. Thero are fully 1,000,000 more democrats in this country than republicans. Findino that they stand no otlior show in Now York, the republicans will try to intimidate democratic voters by swearing in an army ofj marshals an supervisors. Tho people thero, however, ar not in favor of this kind of force law and will resent tho indignity to tho bitter end, if necessary, nud drive tho miserable conspirators to tho wall. The .democrats say thoy will carry Now York though republican Imarshals, boodle and nil hell prevail against them. 1 WETttlEflTHEHBflttGfflll S Do ? your Shoes Leak ? Do your Boots LeaK ? If so, don't wait until it is too late, but come at once to the LOOTSirXXiXJB Shoe $1. TORE Child's Shoe 0c. Jlisses Shoes for Ladies at 00c, r ' s IT. if It 1 if' f I' u B Tub Commercial Gazette said yester"The situation is one of uncertainty never before known in a National campaign. The only prediction can be made with certainty is that tho result of Tuesday's election will bo a surprhe." This shows that tho republicans have given it up and that weare sure of "Four train near Elisahothtown and it crashed years more of Grover." through the glass, striking a little daughter of Evangelist Sam Jone-- nud badly Ykstkuday's reports Bhow that Indihurt;ng her. ana is Wo for the democratic ticket by Twelve trades' unions are on a strike Everything seems to 10,003 majority. at Now Orleans and business is nearly ' be working together for good to us who paralyzed. The issue is wholly Ciiauncky Dkikw, who two years ago one of lovo tho Lqrd. unionism, tho unions demanding that eulogized Mr. Cleveland at a dinner at the Astor Houao in the highest terms, YKSTEiuiAY'd Enquirer said that even the merchants employ none but union ' speaking of him nuiong other thinga as Ohio wasn't so sure for Harrison. Great men. H. H. Higinbottmm, president of the highest type of American citizen, is Jehosiphat, is everthing coming our the Columbian Exposition nnd mombpr now trying to counteract Jthe effect of way ? af the firm of Marshall Field & Co., his words. He admits that he made the Democrats vote early and bo of good has renounced republicanism nnd Auditor Nokman refused to6ubmit an speech, but says he always keeps a supgot them dead to rights. will cant his vote for Cleveland and Stevagreed case to tes tho question of the ply of taffy to please the boys and he let cheer. We've enson. liability of his bondsmen, should he loose a little that night on Cleveland, NEWSY NOTES. During the hunting season, from pay the World's Fair appropriation who is far from being the man to day .that October loth, ISltt, to January 15th, Corbett savs ho will fight Mitchell 1S03, the bill passed by the Legislature, was then. In trying to ''renig" Mr. De- tho Norfolk & Western will take but stood out for a decision as to its con- pew shows the manner of man he is. In- next Septemberfree in baggage cars, when accompanied all his utterThere are 37,000 women employed stitutionality. The case came bofore sincere and Frankfort, Saturday, ances should be regarded with suspi. in this country as tolegraph Qporatore. by owner, and at their risk, the dogs of Judge Monfort at sportsmen and hunting parties, not exFrank Shultz, of Cincinnati, killed ceeding ono dog to each when ho sustained the demurrer of the cion and he himself held up for derisman. himself, because his mother scolded commissioners and ordered the auditor ion. While being conveyed to jail in di him. to iBsue the warrants, holding the confault of bail for criminally aHsauIting a Mu. Harkity, chairman of the DemoLouisville's quartet of condemned stitutionality of the act is not at issue. daughter of Stephen Brown, colored, The auditor at once appealed the case, cratic National Committee, expresses murderers will be shuflled off together John Hamilton escaped from the officers thereby sbowiug that the question is one himself confident of Cleveland's elec- Dec. 0. at Ghent and plunging into the Ohio says he will get the Southern of personal pride with him, and in order tion. Ho Rock Creek is the name of a new riyor, attempted to swim to tho Indiana States with 159 vetes, Now York 30, New Gloves, in Wayne county' and Leona to beat tae governor, he would deprive side, hut his strength gavo away and he Jersey 10, Indiana 15, Wisconsin Kentucky of representation at the great F. Bell is was drowned. t Oscar Jones, the negro who killed fair. Mr. Norman evidently thinks he Connecticut 0, total, 244, or 21 more At Cincinnati Joe Wittenbetg and You old Grant, old than is necessary to elect. Tho only Marshal Vice at Owingsville, was burg is a "biger" man thau to wife had n quarrel and the latter declar iloubtinhis miud is in regard to West thero Friday for the deed. Brown or any of the boys. ing she would kill heiself, went to a Virginia, which if lost will still leivo A tramp who was stealing a ride en McKinley has been making a the democratic ticket233. Senator Gor- the L. & N. .near Lebanon Junction wi s drug store to buy morphine. She was Gov. refused by the clerk, who was later on death struggle during the campaign. Be- man and others of the committee are run over and killedjby the train. ginning in Maine, he has made speeches equally confident. of the Gentry stud ordered by the husband to lot her have -- Forty seven head also, much in nearly every State in the Union and sent from Boyle toSednlia, Mo., to cell, as 9I10 as she wanted, and arsenic if The instructions of Attorney General asked for it. 4,500 mileB and spoke last week traveled were sold for $14,700, of $315 average per The officers who ordered Private 55 times, mostly from the private car he Miller to U. S. marshals nnd supervisors head. lams hung up by the thumbs and had W. II. WKARHN. occupies at the expense of the railroads. of elections is likely to cause serious MKS. A W JaS$s. At Gallatin, Tenn., E. B.Turpin was in New York, especially. his head shaved for exulting over the deIf Harrison wins, McKinley is dead sure trouble " found guilty of murder in the first of Manager for the republican nomination nexttime; The democrats do not propose to have gree for killing Wm. M. Carter, Feb. 10, attempted assassination sSL, Frick, at Homestead, wero acquitted beif he is defeated it will be a settler for these meddlesome officials nosing around 1S92 fore the criminal court, hut the as well as for all and intimidating voters and if a collision the McKinley tariff law Reuben Green was killed by tho man will now begin suit for $10,000 Our new line of-the aspirations of the governor of Ohio. occurs it will be alone chargable to the cars near Lawronceburg, Friday. Two Under tho circumstances, it is very nat- republicans. Should it occur early in weeks before his only brother met deuth dim a lies against them. Richard Croker, the head of tl e ural that ho got a move on him early in the morning in New York, the Harrison the same way. electors would be downed clean out of Tammany organization, writes: "I take the action and has been hustling ever The republicans have been bet to a great pleasure in stating that the electo sight. since. Btanii etill in New York. The odds are ral vote of this State will be cast for our 100 tq 90 that Grover Cleveland will be Pauline Hall, the actress whose ends the most remarkable of candidates, Cleveland nnd Stevenson, powers do not equal her exceed- the next preident. presidential campaigns, in that there has Tammany Hall is in line, full of enthuThe bombardment of Fort Sumptcr Coal Hods, Vases, Pokers, Shovels, Kitchen Sets, Zincs, Russia been less excitement, no personalities ing beauty of face, limb nnd figure, is siasm, working like beavers, and doing of Charleston's, S. C, and little, if any, .mud flinging. It has auing a New York paper for criticising was the feature their full duty, and will, I am convinced, IronJPipc, cct. gala week. It was the finest pyrotechnic been a business campaign, in which nei- her acting and stating that she is "travmake a great showing on the Stli of Nosouth of New York. ther the pergonal character of Mr. Cleve- eling alone on her legs." Pretty Pau- display ever seen filed in V. S. court vember next." Suit has been land nor President Harrison has been line should not take exceptions to that. The Herald says the republican against Merc, r county for discussed. Tho appeal has been to the Most women, and men, too; travel on at Louisville have abandoned New York, deo the $125,-00- claring reasons and not to tho passions of men their legrf, if they are sound and not am- failure to pay tho interest that it has "information from a bonds that she gave the Louisville source very close to and in the arguments the democrats putated. the committee and Southern. r nve had the advantage Irom the start. to President Harrison himself" to the efEditor Sampson, of the Uorbourviile An average of 9,000,000 kids are 1 tieru are a great many more democrats fect that they have withdrawn $100,0(0 Herald, accuses Editor Dains, of the slaughtered every year to furnish a sinthan republicans in this country and from the New York fuud and sent the Middlesboro News, of "raercuary actua- gle manufacturing town of France with .Dealers In. they are going to assert themselves tomoney to Indiana and other Western tions." We do not know what it means skins. These will make 1.200,000 dozday and driye the republican conspiraStates. further than that it is something terri- ens of gloves. tors out of power forever. ble, and if Brer. Dains don't fight ho will It is reported from Frankfort that have to take the Herald's advice to go Gov. Brown will allow the revenue and Tjik Cincinnati Enquirer, from careful AoI) estimates made by two or more corres- back to his hole in the Catskill moun- taxation bill to become a law without STANrOUD. KY . signing it, owing to hia objection to some 2 counties in tains and draw it in after him. pondents in each of the of its features. lKTrtw Q Indiana, figures the democratic majority The editor of the Louisville Critic, w who were experiThe Night, less than 4,000. In making at not Daniel E. O'Sullivan, has developed in- menting with the powerful explosive. Qucensware, Glassware, Tinware, Lamps, Chamber Sets, Dinner " AIU'EARANCE OK the eBtimates the republicans have in ev- to a carricaturist, whose efforts are likeSets. Also agents for the Empire Wheat Drill. Washington, succeeded ery case beert given the advantage and ly to surpass those of Thomas Nast La Amerieanite, at of glass, the paper is willing to put up money his palmiest days. Dan is a genius and in shattering huudreds of panea but got no rain. go to that Indiana's electoral vole will the Critic is free In nee ready to run into George Hoffman, of Cincinnati, was Original New Orleans Cleveland and Stevenson. anybody's entrails who does not keep in driven almost to desperation and finally the middlo of the road as measured by it. stricken with brain fever by persecu Thk best calculation regarding the wriComelection that the rabid Cincinnati Wk have received several copies of the tions heaped on him by an unknown gives Harris- new Whitley County Advocate, recently ter of postal cards. mercial Gazette can make In an pullrn Wheelbarrows, Cross Cut Sawj, Fencing Wire and Staples, Haling The Falla City National Bank, which MINSTKEI.TY. new programs of REFINED on 214 votes and Cleveland 157. This "launched on the sea of journalism" by I'otitlvcly Wire. Horse Shoes and Nice Toilet, Chamber and Dinner Sets. gives Cleveland 4 votes in Michigan and K. A. Steele and J. M. Sullivan. It is Teller Pope put in a hole by running off Connecticut, Indiana, New York, neat, newsy and neutral and we trust with over $00,000 of its funds, has gotten Better and Brighter Than Ever leaves Before, New Jersey and West Virginia doubt- will prove profitable in a pecuniary sense on its feet again and last week declared dividend of 3 per cent. Including the marvelous Grotcujue Acrobats, ful, though most of these are as .Bure to to its proprietors, as it will in an intel- a Always on hand. All goods sold At Moriesa. 111., a tramp asked Miss give Cleveland their vote as Kentucky is. lectual senso to its readers. AND MARKS. Mary Pollock, who was alone at homo, . The Associated Press estimates that to give him food. She turned to comply Tjik Shelby villa News has blossomed publishers, the democratic majority in tho next with his request, when the brute seized y and its into a outOr taken back. Goods promptly delivered. Cozine & McCrelgbt, aro to bo congratu- House' will be greatly reduced, it is 115 her, and throwing her on the floor, AT 2:15 P. M. tho forward step incoun-tr- now, but that an atnplo working majori- raged her. lated on taking ty will be left. Some miscreant thrown stone at the Uniformed Follows. journalism. day: morrow's Bun rises and about whose election he hasn't the shadow of a doibt. Ho made 12 speeches and was every where received with enthusiasm. The colonel thinks that the democrats have slightly the advantage in New York, but he is not willing to concede the State to Cleveland. He says it is all bosh about the republicans having so much money to debauch the voters, that tho National committee has had all it could do to meet legitimate expenses and that he happens to know that tho democratic committee was in the same fir. Carnegie has not subscribed $100,000. as al leged, or a cent for that matter, nnd the contributions for the campaign fund have been principally from the officeholders, who have not been as liberal as usual. Col. Bradley endeavored to look happy and confident, but ho succeeded badly and left the impression on our reporter that he was not half a? sure of republican success as lie tried to appear to bo. A special in yesterday's Courier Journal says that tho New York Herald, which has leaned toward Harrison during the entire campaign nnd employed those two eminent journalists, Murat Halstead and John A. Cockerill, to fur nish it with good Harrison literature. concedes in its editorial and news col umns the election of Grover Cleveland, from reports based upon careful figures from both sides and independent investigation. New York it considers absolutely safe for tho democratic ticket. Boys' Shoe $1. Boots for Men $1.50. SVIackinfosh Coats. Rubber Coats. 'This lot was bought For Men and Boys. Just received and placed on sale Two Hundred and Fifty Qvereoats, Ranging in vrice from 2.50 im. first cost and arc bargains. Also at manufacturers' A Full Line of Blankets, Comforts and Underwear. LOTJISVH,! STOKE, A. Hays, Manager. s 4 ESSONABLE Chi-cig- o, GOODS un-d- or - vain-gloriou- s, Blankets, Comforts, Flannels, Yarns, Canton Flannels, Jeans, Underwear for All Ages, fail 'A post-otfic- e post-maste- Boots, Shoes, llosiely, Cloaks grades for Ladies, Misses and Children. will do yourself an injustice if yon examine our sloch. in all iiyj!i;MANDii! ,& mm to-da- d CALL AND SI HEAT To-da- y his-troni- c STOVB inen-age- rs W. H. WEAKEN & CO. 0 FABRIS HARPIN, Walton's Opera House, Wednesday I ttAMDWABE 9 KHEAB. rain-maker- s, to-da- " STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. GORTON'S Minstpels, semi-annu- Fresh Stock of CfEOGEEIES GRIFFIN semi-weekl- Gold Batnd Concert, Parade GUARANTEED as REPRESENTED, y F; bva.jr H . si ' "V. jf5'frIWHr A.Jk. b,y, v.., .i i.tit-- , .uuSiiiiad tL. ' fa i m I lllll ii dy jj V1 c; - .' Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal - Oysters In bulk anil colery at J. u. Wcareu'e. Foil Sale. My residonco in front of Beautiful, rich new idayB at Dnnkp, Am, the iR uoods for the liol- - NKW ADVEBTISEMENTS. NOTICE, IhU Ii to neiify the paWic that t will proMcuto any perton that hirw, emplet or Iwrbori . A Hay in any uannr. J C. Ilayi, the .Townler'. F Btanfokd, Kv., ifi. Novbaiiibk 8, 1892 Colleo. I II.Reld. apparatus has arrived and will bo put in shape for work to-da- TO THE PUBP3D Having bought out the remnant of the stock of John B. Fosror, now disposing of it at less than cost in the basement of Severance's store, preparatory to I am . O.WAWON, buh. Manager MEANS Foil Kent. A cottauo on Mill Btreut. Apply to Will Matlieny, or nt this office. y. 10 THE PEOPLE OF. IUSIHESS. Enoravino beautifully and nrtieticnlly done at A. It. Penny's. Buy your books and Bchool supplies of all kinds from A. II. Penny, who sells thorn at publisher's prices. Havb your watch, clock and joweiry ropairod at A. IL Ponny's. All work warranted. Heukmhek that all Bllverware, watches, rinfcs, Ac, hoiiRht at A. H. Penny'B will be enRruved freo of charge. PERSONAL POINTS: Mits K. M. Owknb has returned fromn Visit to Hnrrod8burR. Mil L. M. WKsrsuviELD has roiio to ! visit his parents at Parksville. Mil. G. F. Guaio, of llyrry, was over to seo his sister, Mrs. Julian Vest. Mrs. Mou.m IIockbu lias returned from n visit to friends in JouisvHlo. Miss Ellen Hallou, of Somerset, spent n day or two with tho homo folks bore. o, Miss Coha Jonkh, of Morrison Kiln Bpentn few days with Miss May Saunders. Mk. Lewis DumKUR continues qulto ill nnd liis deuth seems n (mention of a very short time. MissIiivik Pitman, of Alum Spring who has been visiting Miss Carrie Por. ter, left Saturday. Mu. M 1). Ki.Moitu wont to Lexington fiundny to ace hrs brother, Newell, who 14 111 in tho asylum there. Mhb. 11. I Steoeii and bur pretty daughter, Miss Leah, of Crnb Orchard, cn with frionds hero Saturday. Mrs. J. 1C Poiitma.v and dnuRhter, for n 10 days' Lizne, leavo Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Carson, Louisit to isville. Mit. A. K. HcsiiLKY will in n few days It ochavo bis now house completed. cupies tho site of the old Logan homestead. Advocate. Mn. V, M. Anslkv Iihh movml to Mrs. Kate Duddoar'a house on Lancaster street and Mr. C. J. Thompson has taken tho house he varnted on lower Main. Mim Maiiv McKinnky went to Louis-vilf- o Saturday to remain with MUh Julia niter till lafter her marriage to Mr. M:ort, a Chicago trnveling man, on tho Col-lee- Fou IIicnt Two rooms over Severance Son's store. Apply to Will N. Craig T--" or Dr. Steele Pailey. AVajtei. 100.000 dozen pk. Will pay 20 cents pur dozen. W. II. Woaron Miss Mary Vahnon sold 200,000 feet ' ACo. of lumber from her Whitley county lands Take your eygs to 11. Y. Jones' Groat at $2 per thousand measured in the tree. ParKain Store and Ret 'Jl cents per dozJohn Brioht reports n great deal of en for them. weevil in tho corn in tho shock nnd Fon Rknt. Two or three rooms, on prophesies that next year there will be a llrst or second floor, ns preferred. Apply famine. . , at this otlioo. Sink & Mknrfhic nro building nn ollice sorghum, caramel for Rev. R. P. Mahony nt his coalynrds Nkw syrup nnd fresh barrel of New Orleans near the Standard Oil Company's buildjust received at W. II. Wenren & Cv.'bS ing to the north of tho depot. . R B. Mahony, Buecoesor to B. K. & I have a No. 1 saddle horse, six years old, and which drives well, that I will W. II. Wearen, is solo agent at Stanford exchange for nice biitcherstuiTof any for tho Wolridgo Jtllico Cord. Leavo I m your order with W. II. Vearen & Co. kind. M. F. Klkln. r & EUSTOMTILLE AND VICINITY. t am offering yeti a i Opening Out a Pull Stock of Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, &c., In the new storeroom of uMr. Withers, now ncaring completion. I am agent for and have on hand the Oliver Chilled Plows, Stttdebaker Wagons and the Dicks Famous Feed Cutter. It will be to your interest to give me a call. A Great Bankrupt Stock OF J. K. VanARSDALE. home-mml- o m m m h BOOTS Wo AND SHOES Alio And FURNISHING E!o Is now ready for everybody with a. full line of PERj&INS Fur Men, I.adlc ami Children Staple Dry Goods and Dress Goods, Ladies' and Misses Cloaks, f cinnati Southern is noted on our 1th ers nud others ia called to tho (udvertiso-men- t of Joseph Solomon, who ia oilering pace. Direct connection is now mado at a grent bankrupt stock for snle at Hus- Junction City north and south by tho tonville. L. A N. day trains. f Henry GiU'iN, tho negro charged with The unbeaten Centre College football team defeated tho University of Cincin- stenllng a horse from George Carter, was discharged by Judge Carson yesterday, nati team Saturday by u score of lis to and tho Central University team down- ou motion of County Attorney Paxton, no witnosi appenring'agalnst him. ed tho Stnto College S to (I. 1 m The change of schodule on the Cin- The attention of our West-En- d rend- Hats, Caps, Clothing GENTS' I Clothing for Men, Boys and Children, have buyers inlhc Kaitern citiei (hipping tome. Shoes of all kinds. Full stock of Boots for Men, Uoys and Chil dren.' Call ;ind examine our goods and get prices. GOODS. Highest market prices paid for Eggs, Butter, Gensang and Dried who arrdaiU Fruit. I HAVE COME TO STAY W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. And when the blue olrdi come I I need every cent duo me now to buy WILL BUILD A TEMPLE mv stock of coods. which I slinll shortly any democrat who has not voted, In thlt town and. let him go nt onco nnd discharge that open in tho now store. This is intended So plen60 for every ono indebted to me. t patriotic duty. If he units till FILL WITH GOODS. his voto will not bo recorded at this elec- call and settle, W. It. McRobarts. , of..T. tion. An Extra. -- If tho election news to Havino fiolil out our mil business to niiht is of such a nature as to warrant it, FVBT FAD, FASHION AND FANC?, Mr. It. B. Mahony, uoHttk that our old our renders tuny look out for nn extra We as inny edition of this paper friends nnd ai many new on Don't lUtcn ti the tilei of other merihanU seo lit to give him tin- liberal pntronngo hope and believe we will be ablo to Bing, they have given us. He in sole agent "Praise God from Whom all blessings U. K. How !" for thu Woolridgo Julliuo Coal. N "lil wenhleM tUck it W. II. Wearen. New Orleans Miustrols will Gorton's The three votiug places in ton will nrrive on the 3 o'clock train And sell th.- ame old and , Dr. Hooker's and as soon as they can get ready will whether you want t.. Iujway.nftCallI flood ee me, bent tho or are not En- give tboir inimitable serenade. Come in HatiiUctory I will exchange them or refund the on Depot street and tho niuncy. gine House, foot of Lancaster street. Get nnd hear it and if vou havo not already your bearings from last paper and voto done so, call at MeRoberta' drug stor e at early, you who are going to put the cross and secure n sent. MAIN STREET, under thu rooator. little republican bosses havo been Should these lines renoh the eyes of to-da- y 1 IT In a fill for4$i-50- , tittle Si-50- Hoi - My Goods Are .New, - Under the Coffey I louse is a little place so full of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Cloaks, &c. , you can scarcely stir, and these goods are being sold at such low prices that m EhB World and Part of Danville Court-Houw- Btore-roo- The TherkIhouu good thing nlout tho displaying a great deal of pernicious tivity for tho last week"" and tho newlection law. All the bar-roo- ac- bar- In the list of maids of honor at tho Sitellitfb' Pall MIbhos Minnie Bohon, of Harrodsburg, and Margaret Chenault, of Richmond, nro tho onlv ones from this Mu. I D. Sami'so.v, of Barbourville, was down to eoo his democratic girl last ' night nnd if she worked It right she jjindo him niUa tho train and liis vole for Harrison W. F. Siikiiidan, chief train dispatch er, was called to Ixmisvillo Saturday to assist in making a now schodulo for this division, which will probably go into effect next Sunday. W. M. Boole, wliotymd been with the L. & N. for no many years, is now with the Georgia Central, Bt Chattanooga, as local agent. Tho oiler of bettor pay nloneinado him leave his old lo.'o. Mm W. 1). Wkatiieki'or!) left ior his home near llustonvillo on Wednesday, altera week's stay in Richmond. Ho is it rtfafstyild farmer now and is raising stock live, as well as bank stock. Rich. mond Register. Miu C. O. Oaiison has secured tho po sition of traveling salesman for Fellows & Co , Now York, and started on tho road yesterday. Collars and culls aro the specialty of his house and in that lno they aro said to bo at tho top. .nr. Carson will cover tha territory of Ken tucky and Tennessee. The Richmond Reuister saysthat Gov. nnd Mrs. JameB P. McCreary will leave for Now York city, whence tnero they will eall on Friday for Europe. Gov. McCreary 's ono of thu commission of ii vo to represent tho United States at tho International Monetary Conference, to be held shortly at Brussels. to-dato-da- y rained Sunday night and yesterday manmorning in such an ner that it seemed to be set in for. a spell on" quietly." but the clouds lifted before noon and a On haq arranged thu following dispatch from the weather yard, Danville urett Good garden, cow patturc, The Interior Journal water, Ac Apply to wo ore to havo a IR HUGH REID, for the proas dispatches and thu election bureau indicate that or MRS IIETTIE V. AI.FOKU. 7 news will begin to arrive as soon after 4 lino day for tho election; "Clearing, o'clock this afternoon as it can be sent. with cold wave Tuesday." 1872 891. mat Mr. Joe S. Rice, the ncconimodating op Tina paper was gotten out undor orator, will receive tho dispatches in tho Two of the force, Including the ticket otlico of the puiuenger depot nnd business manager, were sick in bed nnd Immense dock ef Fruit and Ornamental Trees, mall they will ho read nlou'd to thoeo holding ono bad arranged logo hunting. Our cor- low. Kruita, Shrubt, Vines and Plant. Trices We have no agents and our profit cose tickets in both of the wniting rooms. He respondents went back on us too, with where theirs begin.. General aud Strawberry Catalogue on application 10 has kindly consented to stay up nil night two exceptions, aa will be seen. But we 7 II. V Lexington, Ky if necessary. got there all the same and are able to bid a A. T. Nunnklley, now traveling in you n very good morning, as usual. Two Unusually Good Offers. a a a Texas, Bends Pete Hampton a copy of RKAI. CHIUSTMAS GUTS. Another House. Mr. and Mrs. Rolt thu Mail, an influential daily paper, First The great Holiday Number (enlarged have contracted with Sine & j6 pages of that brightest of nu.irterly publica-to containing a long interview with him on Fenxel tho business and political situation. Fat- Menefee to build a cottage on their lot tions, "TALES FROM TOWN TOPICS," ty talks like a mnn of unngoaity and gen- in tho North End for $700. It will be so Out December 1st, all. newt and boulc stands and eral understanding and leaves the im- arranged that a handsome front can be railway trains, price 50 cents, will be sent pression clearly that he is no Hogg sup built to it later ou. Mr. Fenzel has rentthree ' porter in tho race for governor, whoso ed the room lately vacated by Dr. J. A. Toaill who send 8t Tor tion tomonths' trial subscripwill open up his jewelry stock lie thinks would set the com Anion and TO "WIN" TOPICS. Tho largest, raciest, strongest, mot varied and morcial interests of the .Stnto back ten there. entertaining weekly journal in the world. a a years. The Mammoth snoe nud Clothing Stcond To all who will send $5 will he snl .. a Town Topics arutJ'Tales from Town Store, Louisville, will run special trains dale until JanuitT 1, 1894, covering Topics" from Nos. of the. In n drunken tight Friday Elias Simp various points, including Junction Inimitable quarterly (regular price $j 50) nnd 14' son cut Pete Huston, another negro, in from months of the greatest ot famjly klies, regular Saturday, to the Lillian Rus- price St per year. tho side. Iiarely miBsiug the heart. Judge City, next ttUTake one or the other offer at once, and resell La Cigale matinee, at the Auditorimit in postal notes, orders or New York Exchange Carson saw the act and the marshal not TOWN TOPICS, being present he ordered Highland Jim um. Train leavea Junction City at 0 a. to 7 ' West 33d Street, New Votk $2.7C, whic h m. Paris for the round-tri- p Carter and Jim Farmer to take tho men t)jait, which they did in short order. will be refunded by the enterprising aa $.'!0 The charge against Simpson is malicious Jinn if you purchase as muck DditviL' the fare is Residence and 14 Acres o Land cuttinc and wounding with intent to from them. From $2 50. On Danville pike I mile from Stanford. Also kill.and against Huston breach of the peace. Tno trial is Bet for CHURCH havo to bo closed from 12 o'clock Monday night to 12 Tuesday night aud no intoxicating liquors can ho sold, loaned, given or furnished to any ono on election day, under heavy penalties. Under this statu of caso we expect to havo many roporta begin, "Tho election passed keepers tell us thnt they havo put much money atloat, that is, they allege that the coons are nblu to drink more and pay for it than usual. . It Arc turning in that direction. We are selling a gentleman's Shoe worth $2; a boy's Shoe for $1, worth Si. 25; a gentleman's Boot for Si. 50, worth $2. The celebrated "Amanda" Shoe at S3. 50 , worth A genuine worth at Then we sojcoiMcojsr, have a S4.50.grade of Shoes talf Boot worthless, ranging $$. price from low in that arc 65c tc Si a pair. These you must buy on your own responsibility. - - KY. We do not recommend them, but have to keep them as a matter of IIUSTONVILUE, protection. Overcoats, Overcoats, Overcoats ! Cloaks, Cloaks, Cloaks to be Bargain in Lincoln Oounty Farm found everywhere in our house. Cloaks from $2 up. Overcoats If wld before the nt of January. 151 Acrci; rich, from $$ down or up. productive and well located. Apply to W. E. VAKNON. Stanford, Ky. 7 The largest display of Dress Goods ever known in the city from an 85c Chcveron or Bedford Cord up to Si 50 or Si 75 per yard for the 1FOB, best imported Serges, Henriettas, &c. Come to our little hole in the wall. A Good, Comfortable Residence, S. jros. . 1 RENT, J. HUGHES. 1 dilli-cullie- Orchard, Lawn, Garden. WljBcHOBBRTX. 0 iHsitissBf' ''Tr Jissw iDHtrCJGIST, Drugs, Toilet Articles, School Bo.oksr and Stanford. Call and secure Bargains. HEAB OF POST - OFFICE EQOM. t " W s vsv ssjf ypr It. v m SHOES, .jWe are making. e, For Sale Privately. AFFAIRS. A House and Lot in Stanford, CITY AND VICINITY. OYoTEfisat Zimmer's. Handsome wiudow display at Danks, tho" Jeweler's. Mrs. N. A.Tyiikk has rented to Adam Pence her smaller cottage on Lower Main street. A vehy ''indtsirablo" residence nnd store-rooin Stanford for Bale. Apply nt corner Main and Somerset streets. er ia to bo of granite, 22 feet high and is to cost $050. The Republican sayB it has already been contracted for. . The monument to Editor J. B. Puck- had bought up tho eutiro p. m. This band is well remembered million of the Louisvillu Commercial hero nnd the people can feel assured yesterday, but what for, wo were unablo that a genuine musical treat is in store for them. Mr. Sam Lee, a former Lexto learn. ington boy, who has becomo n cornet soJamk8 Rbynolds, a Waynesburg mer- loist of unusual ability, will be heard in chant, lost his Btoro by fire last week, an excellent solo, no will also Master Joo Bunnosed to havo been Bet by an incen Gorton, tho youngest and most brilliant cover diary. Loss $2,000. boy artist on the euphonium before the ed by insurance. public. Immediately after tho concort The care of tho town clock has been the entire company will tnnko n grand parade, led by Corporal John let to Robert Fenzel, tho lowest bidder, uniform that he will Bee ston, the military marvel, who will do at $40 a year. We hope with his rifle and that it strikes regularly. It didn't sound so mo wonderful work bayonet. n couple of days. a noto for rier-Journ- The report readied' hero that the Cou On Danville street The Baptist Women of Kentucky MRS. KAN.NIK DUNN. The Richmond Register aaya that Geo. will hold a State missionary meeting in 71 Weathcrford christened his now bar in connection with the Geiternl Association the Hotel Glyndou, than which there is which will conveuo in Covington Nov. DISSOLUTION NOTICE. no handsomer in fixtures or more beau- 12. tiful tables iu tho State, hut week, by Having dissolved partnership, we nre very deThe church extension committee of opening $300 worth of Chopin k Gore's the Northern Methodist church in ses- sirous of settling our old business, and all customers indebted to II. K. ,VW. II. Wearen will inimitable brand of champagne, to say sion at Philadelphia reports that the their account:, with Y. II. Wearen .VC'o., at find the Please nothing of tho other drinkables. To nn gross receipts during the year ending same place of business. K R Wcall and settle. II WEAREN. If. 71 outsider it looked like Cleveland had Oct. 31, wero $1510 "JS0. Since the beginalready been elected and the boys wero ning MYEits the receipts havo been $4,CIO,7i)0. celebrating. Georgo ia undoubtedly in CQ: churches wero added, tho In 1892, the awim and is bound to come out on total Bince beginning being 8,510. top. The Lincoln County Auxiliary of tho P.W. GREEN, Prop. Concbkt. Admirers of strictly American Dime aocieiy met ai mo uuris-tiaFiuk church Sunday night nnd waa call- This stable, which l run In connection with the high class music should not fail to hear Myers House, has been supplied with the open-a- ir concert to be given by Gor- ed to order by President M. F. Elkin nnd opened witli prayer by Rev. W. E. A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, ton's famous Gold Band in front of tho ' Buggies, Wagons, Wednesday, Nov. 0, at 2:15 Arnold and the reading of the Scriptures A J SPECIALTY Ot'- LADIESbGHILDREN t v house: ST&BXiE SHOES THIS SEASON. m M'ROBERTS TO THE X.AXXES. I am receiving ono of the most elegant lines of M1LI.LINKRY ever handled in Stanford,)select-e- d with an especial view to the wants of this trade. Jliss fora Welch, of Cincinnati, an expe. rlenced trimmer. Is with mo this seaon and I guarantee everything to be In the latest and most approved tashlon. The Isdles are invited to call and examine tny goods, which I will take pleasure in showing. MISS 1.ICCIK HKAZLEV. 63 & HIGG-INS- . . ' n well-know- n post-ofli- ce MONUMENTS Otll kinds, No Agents employed. ': ( threo-fonrtb- s by Rov. A. V. Sizemore, both of whom made appropriate speeches and appeals for contributions. Thu result was that cash and pledges wero received of $53.00. J. S. Hughes was then elected president, John J. McRoberts, aecretary and treasurer, the resident pastors and W. B. MeRoberta, depository, and the meeting adjourned to meet next November in tho Presbyterian church. And Drummer's Supples nnd is better than ever prepared to supply the public with FIRST-CLASS RIGS OP ALL KINDS. Made and Set Up in All Parts of'' tho Country. iom Personal and prompt attention givento Weddings, Parties and liurials. P. W. GREEN, Proprietor. AL. BURNS, Manager. W. ADAMS & No'.4s Uroadway, Lexington, Ky. SON, FOIR. HB1TT. A : Beautiful Crayon portraits . Fres of Cost. C. General T . FOCTEW, vHaler -:- is- - SPLENDID : FARM, Wm. Russell's Kremlin wrested tha Known as the J. D. Carpenter place, situated ilf Wlll receive FREE a handsome portrait ol their miles from the Middleburg pike. friends their family, or for world's Btalliou record from Stamboul at The place isHustonville, on and In a healthful lo- furnish or any ofand frame complete, $5 cash will well improved from now till picture making tho milo in cality. For particulars, address 1891. January!, Nashville Saturday, cn.n 2:08 1 . 56'iineot MRS. W. I. HEDDKNS. toao Olive Street, Kansas City, AIo. Those Buying $10's Worth Goods ywniiiitv-" - Mcrcliaiiclise, .., 701m U.K.JONES, SR. And Country Produce, Has opened his stock of goods aad la ready to serve the people of Stanford and vicinity. He Is offer ing unheard of llargaint and all who want goods at the lowest possible prices should him on Logan Avenue, near Lancaster pike - r i" . ,, Ci Semi-Weekly Interior Joup: A A POPULAR STORY WRITER. THE ITow Tleat BEES. Winter-In- jr Otr-r. LAND FOR SALE. Forty Acres of Lind, 4 miles Smith ofStanfenl, half cleared, balance in timber, ecod orchard, two never failing springs, and a small house. Tor Sal In the corporate limits T FARM FOR SALE. reoms, new barn and all necessary outbuildings; also has fine spring. Call nn me on the premlies oraddre. me a, wnf.fd, Kj I will sell nrivatelymy I'armol 10 Acres on the Danville & Stanford pike, three miles from Stan ford. It is well Impioved, with dwelling of five Fair Trnncssernn Publtahod Every Tuesday and Friday -- AT "Who linn "Won nn mi Actresa mill is AVrltcr. Fame to rrepuro Tlinm for 1 Twenty KiiUcllng Lots of Rowland. II I. DARST.IRowland $2 PICK YBARIN" AJ3 VANOK. 9When not so paid S2.60 will be charged. POWDER Absolutely Puro Miss Viol ft Rosoboro is n Tonnosgoonn by birth and lincngc, but 8ho has livtl littlo in Iter native state, having, as sho nihnits, Wing "bronght up nil over the country." Sho removed to Now York about ton years ago. Misa Rosoboro wiw on tho stage for three years nnd was litoraturo held thofirat plac in her affections nnd lured her from tho footlights. For five years eho has been writing for magazines and newspapers. Sho haa done a wido varioty of newspaper work with marked brilliancy and adaptability, but her most enduring renown has been gained by hor short storiesT" Most of theso have appenred in Tho Century, and will bo recalled as possessing unusual originality nnd grnco. Sho shifts her Bcenes at will, and is as much at home in portraying life iu u New York "flat" as sho is when sho gives tho "pimple nnnals" of tho Tennesseo backwoode "cracker." Miss Rosoboro loves Now York city passionately nnd hopes to make it hei home,' but just nt present is living iu Ohio, in closo attendance on her dear!) loved mother, who is an invalid. The n I Tatter Baking Powder. H ghest ol til in leavemne strength -- Latest United Stale Food Report. Government ROYAL RAKING POWDERCO. A Cream of 106 Wall street, New York. K.u. LOCAL TIME CARD. Century company has just brought out a volume of her btories cnlhnl "Old Ways nnd Now." They aro clevor, fascinating and dramatic. Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. m.i returning J,L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail train going North V. South Ktpress train" bouth., North.. Local Freight North. - 229 pm II IUv - ,512pm South. The latter traini also carry passengers Solar The above ii calculated on itandard time. i me if about 30 minutes faster. QUEEH & CRESCENT ROUTE. 3S Pn .jitam m .6 59 tP m " sr..i "B1NtrWoPd!lgW.Scul3-.n..;lluLimited Grass Specul 6 00a. m. ; . Cincinnati e City as follows: kM.,...!-- !) m Fast A C Sneclal 11.5$ m.; ,x o m.. New Orleans Limited 313s P 3 n m.: r asi Man u.jj u. A. S. PRICE, Office SURGEON DENTIST. Severances Son's Store, Main street, over Stanford. I ! truo worth, nnd says that her "chief claim to disv tinction is tho fact that sho is not conin office recently templating writing either a novel or n Office South side Main street, Stanford, Ky. piny." This is to bo regretted, as it if vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, quite certain that she is splendidly enpa MORGAN, D. D. S. bio of writing n lino novel, turning it R. C. into n good play, nnd then nctiug the leading rolo to tho delight of nil beDENTIST. itwt holders. Sho is young nnd passing fair Higg.u. office, I. moving to the Mitrnul Uxldft UaS given for painless estracting. to see. Her face is strong ns well n . STANFORD, NLfl 1 beautiful, nnd in social lifo sho is engaging, stimulating nnd entertaining. JIel R. Colquitt. .M. CRAIG, Sho is modest, as is nil DR W. B. PENNY, VIOLA ROSEBORO. Dentist. tf.t ur DR. JOHN Homeopathio Physician, r Abox to hold burned matches and cigar STANFORD, ashes is a great convenience to those m.; 8 to m.; t to 3 to ta a Office Hours:-- io who smoke. Such recoptacles aro not m. always ornamental in a room, but here on Lancaster street.oppoiite )ffice is ono that is. It is designed to bo limn on tho wall, nnd tho foundation is Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co board ns wido or a trifle wider than a cigar box nnd twice ns long. This i Miners and shippers of the GENUINE covereu wun rougn tirawtng paper tacked on after being dampened with a ponge und water. It shrinks slightly and We are the sole agents for Stanford rail Try it. in drying, and so dri"S perfectly smooth Rowland. Office corner ot Depot street and road crossing. over tho board. Soxawlint below tbs HIGGINS A WATTS. 6 center of the board a shelf of thin wood is placed, painted blnck nnd set on two fnncyblnck iron brackets. This shelf ROWLAND, KV., is n littlo wider than tho width of n nPAlCR IN CROCERIES, HARDWARE, dgar box which is to bo bet oa it. Ohio inil Shoes. Hears ami Tobacco. coun Tho box is covered insido and on with barrel Will take lllvnrSalt for sale by thefor n coat of nsphnlt varnish, which is black. exchange y produce in lirodhead T Before tho outside dries sprinkle tha 1 tin also agent lor the old reliable line of these goods m baccos and will keep a full merchants ot n'ara tho sidds with bird gravel; let it dry on: of the stock, and all I ask .lowland is to give me their orders and will then put another coat of the varnish j .. A.f i nsir nniistzs ui "Thanking the' pubUc for "liberafpatronage . I k . On the shelf above tho box a water color uit. and remain Hyour oledient scene is painted on tho paper, nnd tho coutinuoncu ui iiiiTnM J servant. rest of it down to tho bottom of the board is gilded. A few dashes of black KENTUCKY P- , . .. A Convenience for Smoker. I court-hous- e 39-- y 11 O T McRODERTa. iotf Tho boos need weeding out in tho fall of tho year us yol ns tho poultry and stock. For tho highest profit in beekeeping tho smallest number of beos .Ktoa should bo wintered consistent with good D titer In management. Bees that nro wintered Foreign and Domestic Fruits. properly require great deal of care and Confectioneries, Ac, feeding. A weak colony will ofton die baker lias for lack of warmth, and it is better in read, with him a the like on shortand can lurnisb Cakes and netice. S; the fall to join two or threo such small colonies in one. They can bo winleied r. STKAUK, JK. T. r CLAMKK. better in this conditiou.nnd they do bet tor in tho hive. Overcrowding must ix nvoided, but then too fow in tho hive PRACTICAL . must ulso Iw guarded against. The mis tnko of many is to carry more bet Plumbers 'and Steam Fitters. through tho winter than they can aetu Goods for Dealers nlly attend to, nnd instond of making steam tnd in all kinds of Iron and llrasa kinds. All water. Sanitary Goods of nil colmora profit from such number of work guaranteed against defective material and 37 onies they actually utako less. Poorly workmanship wintered, tho bees die in numbers, and another season the numbers will bo decimated more than if loss had been kept. Unprofitable colonies should bo done I have llutiher Shop on nwny with. Facilities should bo pro Lancasterjust opened a street, wheiel.will keep at all times vided for thoo that aro to be kept. : : 3VCDE3A.TS Hives, sections, foundations aud all other needful things should bo obtained that can t cbtained, which I will sell at the market price. I have a tine, new, large refrigerator before cold weather comes, nnd nn and mput.i willnlwayi be kept fresh and nice mo estimate should bo made of iiow JULIAN VKST mnny enn bo wintered "in tho cellar or outside. It does not pay to starve tho IX. BAUGIIHIAK, bees, nnd syrup of granulated sugar and water should be provided in sufneient FIRE AND STORM timo nnd quantity to keep tho bees in good health. Tho amount of sugni needed for this purpose is ofton quite nn Representing item in the beekeei)ors expenses, and every pound thus used should bo made Hartford, of Hartford, Conn., of value. Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. Tho wintering must bo done gradually. Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, Tho hives should nonprotected more nnd Ins. Co. of North America, " more us the season ndvances. Tho fall All of which are Companies I wou'd flowers gradually grow less iu number, I'ol. nnd bees aro unablo to, find sufllcient to be pleased to, watt on my friends in this line. tornaicies promptly issued. Will insure against eat. The comb honey will then often be does, wind storms and lightning. Lightning clausattached without additional consumed if they aro not watched. If esOffice at First National Hank charge Stanford more bees than there is actually honey to feed in tho neighboring woods and fiolds, starvation will stare tho bees in the faco in the fall. More food will then hnvo to be doled out than will ever In g IST f paid for by tho honey. Tho number lw reduced nt once leforo nuothci must honey season arrives. Even if wintered iu tho beo cellar the hives should bo kept out of doors until vory late in tho Feason. Tho bees do better when they nro not shut up in some nrtificial place whero the surroundings nro gloomy nnd closo. ' Sufllcient protection can by given with straw until tho middle of Decemler. If tho hives nro situated in a smiuy placo and protected somewhat by trees or tho barn, tho little inmates do better than if wintered in protected hives out of doors. During warm midwinter days then they City will como out and tnko a fly around to nir themselves aud stretch their cramped limbs. This is of great value to them, for it prevents often foul brood and JUNCTION CITY, KY. filthiuess in the hive. Ono cannot bo too careful in this respect, for it influHave Just erected a new Marble and Granite ences tho bees nil through tho honey itouM) and am tuny prepsred to nil orders ler an kind 01 .Mamie anu uranne weric. in my season, often contaminating tho honey employ skilled workmen from the East havefreight My itself. Wintering in cellars has a tend facilities can not be excelled and will not be S. WRIGHT J ency to breed disease aud dirt unless dersold. n the owner is very careful. Helen in American Cultivator. 11 first-class s mcimimsifMa 3Tftrm "For Sale. I will sell privately my Kttm Acres, 1 mll from Crab Orchard, on the Stanfuid plko It is good land nnd well Imprmed with good dwelling, barn, ilneyard. water, Ac tall on me on the premises or address me at Crab Orchard fcstf JOHN UK NAHDl. 01 THE I RILEY F. D. HOUSE Kontucky. do-se-d. niLBY, Propriotor, London, ; STHiX.TJB & CO., . Go to Earp's Art Gallery jour pheteerapha taken. with all the He keeps, up And will rivc)ou good satisfaction, A J KARP, Murtfetd. have moved to my new Hotel and am better prepartd than ever t accommodate the public. Good Livery attached and every convenience Give me. call. 1UL"EV, fRANK To have Latest Improvements, os--iy Notice to tho Traveling Public. I have had 11 THE SIIELTON HOUSE At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and have In connection with Hotel one of the best saloons In the State, open day and night; a night man meets all trains In connection with Hciase have also one of the best Mineral wells in the Mate and for reference io water, call on Mr and Mrs W. Patrick. Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Kloyd Ingram, Krin, Tenn , A A, Warren, Stanford, Dr. 1 E. Proctor, C. H. Ilraum, Mr and Mrs T. W. Hamilton, Rowland. Mr. and Mrs 1. H.Johnn, New ilavea, Inn C8. Greenstiirg. Ratel $1 per day J M. f'etrcy, clerk. GUemencall J. W CARRIER, Prop Voiy NEW BUTCHER SHOP. rim-clas- Fresh Groceries! -- s IN THE- - THE BEST 48-- Greatest Abundance -- ex-n- et OK THE- - CHOICEST -- - CHARACTER AT THE- - XC33 J3LBTO I will deliver BEER. J. INSURANCE AGENT LOWEST prices. and Vegetables and Swan's Down Flour can be had at A full lino of the Choicest Fruits Ice every morning IS families in Stanford and vicinity at c cents per low pounds! so to loo pounds at tne raic oi nicuii, una inr lder eo nounda at the rate of n cent. I call special attention to the John I) rentier 11 tewing C. s Celebrated I .X - fleer, for which i ge Write for prices, tjtf K. KREMKR, Stanford, Ky A JESSE firt-clas- s Goods Dolivercd Free of Ohargo. Terms, 30 Days. I. WEARER'S John fl. Cattleman G. Lasham ROYAL Insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD. KY Capital Stock- Surplus S200,000 BARBEL! &CASTLEM AN - 20,000 MANAGERS, Louisville Junction Marble&Granite Works 1 1 E Whar-burdo- Original Jellico Coal. CT.HI.HIILTOlsr . I -- -- S7-- y " EUSTIS & BQEELL, House, Sign, Decorative Painter STANrORD. KY., and Paper Hanger J Country work solicited 3' 1 Estimates furnished. " if-- " fA M. I1RUCE. HYEAGKR 5mF : BRUCE & YEAGER, 1 WW, speotfully public. FEBQ UD -- SALE STABLE, STANFORD, KY. Thealwuc ks a firm wanti"" . fleet July 1st and rein e patronage of the NEW RIGS AND HORSES Hav.becitf rffirchatcd and nothing but turnouts will leave the stable first-clais ., pliTPlllHI(illllllllllllllful Ifill JI ,N " v 1 lleef mill SIIiirv. I do not believe any stockman can maintain ji herd of beef cattlo inline form for any continued period unless a reasonable amount of succulent feed of some kind is provided for his animal during tho loug winter months. Where dry feed only is available stock will never show that thrifty, healthy nppenr-nncmade possible by tho nddition of somo moist food. Oilmen, to be sure, will help very materially, but it is an expensive food, very fattening iu its na hire, nnd only a littlo can bo used successfully with breeding stock. Cooked feed, too, will produce practically the same results as succulent feed, but the cost of preparation makes it more expensive than silage or roots. Practically, therefore, succulent feed Of somo kind is a necessity with' fine breeding stock, nnd the choice narrows down in most cases to rojts und silage. Cheap storage can bo provided for roota. and where money is senrco I would advise growing.thoui until ono is iu condition to construct a silo without seriously feeling its oxpenso. A limited uo of silago for breeding stuck of the beef breeds Shorthorns and others will prove extremely helpful iu keeping the animals iu winter time in that grasey condition so satisfactory to tho eyo of the stuckuiHU. Silage fed animals shed then coats early und will be in fino sale condition earliur iu the springtime than if fed on dry grain aifot her point of considerable advantage. Professor Henry in Breeder's Gazetra. o , j -- $N3- Attention of the pnWIc is invited to the fae that this is the only National Hank in Stanford Oommerco Building, Under the provisions of the National Hank Act Agents through nut the South depositors are secured net only by the capital ItOCK, put or inc hwkroiucii iikvimij in, amount equal ta the stock, so that dptilsrs ot this Institution are secured by a fund ot J Local Five sworn statements of thnconduiAti of the bank arc made each y carta the United States governSTANFORD KY examined at staled limes ment and lis assets are by government agents, thus securing addlillona sndpcrfcci saty to depositors. This institution, originally esUblisasd as the Depotit Hank of SUnlard In iM, then lied as the National Rank ol Sunfutd In tSoj and again roorganiied as the First National Hank ol has had practically an uninterStanlord in rupted esistcnceof is years It Is better supplied Has contracted with responsible Arms tor Ha plants now with lacllitles for transacting basinets prujnpt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and and will have the Ice and Electric Plants sample fiduhonersble career Accounts of corporations, solle-lein about slaty dart; the Water Plant soon afd ter ciaries turns and Individuals respectfully In order to place individual contracts in ad vance for Water and Klevttri Light, Ibe Company The Ditcctery ol this Hank is c.mpoted ol offers the following T.J. Hotter, af Stanford; Necessary water pipe will be laid, connected ta Forettus Reid, Lincoln county ; mains at actual cost ler pipe and work. Electric wires put In and necessary listurea fup W. llaydeo, Stanford; J. nithed free ol charge. S.H. Ilaughmaa, Lincoln; To he of best quality and guaranteed to gl M.J. Miller, Mt.Vernei; satisfaction. The schedule of adopted rates is frwnsjlaja S. T. Hams, Lincoln; per cent, lower than is usually given J. S. Ilocker. Stanford; G A. Lackey, Llneeln; Schcdulo of T P. Hill, Stanford. W. 0. W'eUh, Stanford; Dwelling of y rooms, on. faueet. $ J oo W, V. Tate, StaaUrd . Kach additional room ... 5. Each additional faucet. ............... . ... t 00 OFFICERS Starts, Hanks ami Private Olfitet, 1 tsucct. . 5 00 lfocker, President; I.S. llaths, private, one laucet. ......... 300 John J. McRobcrts, Cashier; Hose attachment l.r sprinkler Jew Stables, privatr, one animal . 1 a A. A. McKinner, Assistant Cashier. 1 Each additional animal (,. W. A. TRIBBLE, Ajoat, thk stan for i:zr: iS, Watertight and Ice Co. tl Yearly Water Rates. Farmers Bank&Trnst Co, ok Electric Light Rates. For commercial use: Ohc arc ami three stanford,:kv . Is now fully organised and ready far business with Far peryear..... tic. p eachiHcandoscent 16 c. p Incandescrnt ......,.. tasnp . . light, per mo. "' .J;, ao tt I! Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. 19,000. Surplus, . - - - - JL ft? Give tlicm a Call. paint loaves on a suggestion of a branch nnd either side of tho painting-w- ill relievo tho plain gold, and the front STANFORD, KY., and hides of tho black varnished box are similarly dashed with n few streaks of gold. Under the box a little square of black emery paper U tacked against the is now JThl Hotel, renovated and refurnished, so as to gold background to scratch matches" on. in my charge and I imeiid to conduct it to add If desired tho box may bo partitioned but not only maintain its high reputation, UMMOda. ono to hold to its long llu ol frien3.. Specialfims rooms,for olf into several plncct and cigars, ono for good matches and one lions for commercial travelers of samples. the dlsploy for the nshos nnd burned matchos. This last may contain a tray with straps to Saloon A First-Clas- s lift it out easily when it needs to bo And BILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached. emptied. Anmk Isadll Willis. JOSEPH COFFEY. THE gOrfEY HOUSE JOSEPH COFFEYPro'r. 37-- lf CASH Highest cash market price for I half n yard of golden brown batin, with a borof paid der on each endnnd plush n shade darker seven inches deep. than the satin This is doubled lengthwise nnd tho ends and Bides sewed up, leaving a, bpace of fourteen inches in the center. Lino with browu silesia, und put a row of pretty tassels on each end. Slip two largo brni-- s rings in, und you have n convenient bag in which to carry slippers, fan, extra hairpins, etc., and wlich of course is Mt in tho dressing room. To Curry u ".Maluuii." A pretty party bag is made of Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, u to &c, at M. F. r ELKIN & CO., KY. STANFORD, l.lso Mocl'oliit-.- . The Gold Spangled Humbnrgs aro exceeding hnndsoino fowls. For penons who want ornamental chjekens nothing is better. Thoy arofeatheied iu the breast liko an English cock pheasant. Besides being so handsome, they are good layers and their moat is first class They nro of medinm size. Some farmed have succeeded well with corn ensilage for breeding ewes. They have nlso been able to raise lamb-- , on it witli profit. Now that the millionaire Vice President Morton is'iu tho incubator business, nnd makes no chicken bones of the fact, perhaps tho-- who sneered at Hayes because ho found his pleasure in fancy fowl breeding may cease their jibes. It is much better to rnise good chickens than to wiestle with bad politicians. If you want Into winter broilers, set your incubators going in Novoinber, or set your hens, if you prefer raising the broilers in that way. When it is timo to tnko tho pigs away from tho sow, stop giving sloppy food and roots that her milk may dry up. It is better to begin this as soon as the pigs have learned to drink milk at the trough. They should have n trough so urruuged that the sow cannot get to it, nnd bweet milk should bo given, milk warm at first o SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL i (1 11 ii y HANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same, asset and under For 4lftl additional " Having removed my Ilsrber Snop to the Com " oat the tame management, Far UiHur mftnnntl.il, apply I" merclal Hotel, I am fly provisions of itschailcr, depontors are as J W HAYDKN.Sup't.'Ae depositors Accommodate Ladies fully protected as aie being held In National M-Individually Banks, its shareholders stock liable to the eilent of the amount of their Gentlemen, therein at the par value thereof, in addition to lbs In anything they may wish in my line. amount invested In such shares. It may actas waited on. Call no me. esecutor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as sn individual To those who entrusted their buitlHess ta us while mnaging the Lincoln National Hank ol In Commercial Hotel. Stanford, we we here tender aur many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their bunnost Ky. with us, offering as a guarantee far prompt attention to same, our twenty yearV tseriHe in I have quite a number ol FARMS for sale ol the banking ami as liberal accetUMadalto at arc conLandstn Lincoln c iiii!y very bvi H tinent with tatHtd banking. 'l'W.t-rarwi- t re all well Improved and goo.) rfch lands, running iu use from to Iu too Ai re IMKStTHH. CattsstWnng iheis kxal.iy. Utetr ri hiicts an I for J J. Wlllmms, Mt. Vernon; tiMty of soil, the civMHtur of lw neskw and rail J. M. Ilall.SlaHford; to our dour, ihcy tho. ra4cheaperbring osarkel rightany olhert ounty than tho Lands of ate in J. S. Owsley, 'I br i sr.rc.ly a Farm l the coun Ike Slat. S.J. Emtoy,StMffl; ly silt s mile from a dsaot Slanted; J. 'Ike cvasuy is cpwked with turnpikes running Articles to Suit the Most Fastidiiitev.ry direction Tbrc ss not a public rxwl eu A. W. Carpenw. MUWrevtHs; tartttsx lb. county Mai that m Hot Mo.adaioiiel ous. A complete line of J. F. Cash, Stanford We have ibe Kno.ville Hraach el Ike I. .V N It WtiHiH Gaoch, SUM4rd, Ky R. dividing tk tounty from Kat to Want and the C S. K. K IroMt Notihto SMiih; the K C. R R S II. gfeiaks, President Iron this placn 10 LlfKiuaali, crossing the C dO Cashier J B at Winchester, giving full iccmi to the markets ol W M Iltliht, Teller the wkWe world, lleados, we have three largo Moiir Mills IH tne cuuniy inat give us a market f r all our grain right at homo, and the develop mcntcl the mountain r.gi.n .1 Uattern and South eatern Kentucky bv lailroadtand the out- -' let Smith hy railroads bat created su h a demand ' fir nil kinds of cereals and provender that wecan scarcely retain enough tar hameconsumption. I ho people arc protpereut, generous and kind, believing in Christianity and education. Thre I is not a neighborhood in the county but has a grod church and school-houStanfrd. the county seat of Lincoln, is a prosperous little city f about a too inhab.taiita and Is Complicated Watch Repairs and the great doorway from the North and North Artistic Engraving a Specialty east ixjuth and from the Northwest to outheail, . and standing as it does gating right Into the bos- -' mn of the undeveloped mountains of Southeastern All goods sold cngnved Irce of charge. Kentucky oat ken up uy tne whole region ol the Stale with railroads runntng through iHTYour patronage icipwt'ully solicited it to alt point of the compass, makes it naturally one of the best loctlcd towns In the South for mannfactures and other enterprises of magnitude. . f,..l?a l.aln.v MILICU BIIU . . , tl 4IHI 1IVI..-- I H wt. a..!.. ...I .. .1 rigllt .wwr, wirwu. iiiim-iuuiUI It mile muuvc lll there could be erected Water 'Voms with very would supply a city of "150,000 InUtile cost that habitant! with the purest and bett water in the Schedule Oct. 10, wcrld Our littlo city has been newly rebuilt in the last few years and iu business homes aril res. LEAVE NO Ifl ON DAILY litenrcs will compare with larger cities of greater pretensions. Our merchants and tradntmen arts We have two all prosperous and doing well 1 y p m for Graham, Illueficld, Pocahontas and intermediate stations. banks with a capital stock ol $400,000 that are prosperous and in a good rondition. iu 00 am tor Illucfield, Radford, Roanoke, and We have splendid schools. We have a Female Lynchburg, Richmond and Norfolk. Also (via College, a large brick building, with over 100 pu Roanoke) for Washington, Hagcrntewn, Harris-ourpila In attendance and under the prlncipalslup ol PhiUdelphlaand New York. Pullman Sleeping Cars.from Loui'villelo Nor Prof. J M Hubbard, is in a llourithing condifolk via Norton and Radlord, also Radio 10 tion. We alto have a Seminary that is a good school, with Prof II F Johnson, at its head We New York, via Shenandoah Junction, also Rad. have one of the best Public School buildings in ford to Washington; also from Lynchburg to Rich, mond. this section of the Slate, with over 100 pupils in tor Pocahontas, Powhatan and fioo.1. attendance, and with other good private schools, 'trains you see our school facilities are excellent will leave Illueficld daily at b 10 a in, 8 30 n m, 3 ao above Dialer iu the We have elegant church builmngs, representing p m and 7 15 p full m ila'ly lor Kenova and Leave Illucfield 6 10 a Hogs every denomination, with adoing corps 01 ministers for Cattle, Sheep a better business of fias class talent and are Columbus, t), Arrhc Columbus 0 35 pm Additional trams for Welch and intcrmrdiate Solicited. Stock Cattle and Sheep a specialty. than any class of men In the city. I have tried to make this statement as facts, a ? p m dally station 011 Elkhorn leave Illucfield Persons having any of the above described stok Trains arrive at Nortou from the East daily at for sale or wishing to purchase same, will do well without anv exaggeration or roloring, at thosa ! 10 p m andc in p m to call on or address me Au experience of fifteen who know will bear ne out, nnd thoto who wish I or further lnfoiination as to schedules, rates years in thjs business lis been of profit tome and to buy pleasant homes at lair prices and locate Ac, apply to agents of Norfolk & Western Rail- I think I can make It profitable both to the buyer among a good people with all the best surroundW. Il.JlKVILL. 100 road or to ings, would do well to call and see me before pur and seller. P. O. address Stsnford, Ky. chasing; elsewhere Gen Pass. Agt ICoanoke, Va.. Office at the Myers House. '. Far KctMlenfe Utc For im 16 e p inaaottesceHt lamp per mo. . Prepared to as well as tl Chil-als- o JESSE THOMPSON, H. T. BTJSH, Stanford, js REAL ESTATE AGENT DANK THE JEWELER? 4 Sofal; i. Ly, Watches, Clocks ,,, Jewelry And SILVERWARE. ie Illur-Ura.- n m . L. NNorfolkiWesternRi g, WSLLIAM MORE LAND, and 111 Orders -- L ,.!w-,...q..,..- . -- U 4 -(.. . jj'wivwtiijiwiMAw-uj'iMn'niw)vje'''nweJ- "'l""f"'" l;"'"'l"""""1" " r.1 fty '' ;uiy'''y-'y"M-.Ai:- r ' ., . . - - .. -- a tt i '11 '. ' '