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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892111501 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. MATRIHONIALMATTERS. Mr. Frank Uoltzcluw nnd MIm Annie L. Underwood will 1 married Ht Mr. Win. Underwood's to Jay. He is 1 I nnd ni is just 17. It in Boiil thai Senator Uaviti u. um ml wilKgOou renounce bachelorhood innrry'iVbenutiful widow, Mrs. Fiinnio Ivereon, of Atlanta, Gn. Mr. GPoro L. WiIIIf, tlio Louisville bald-liended Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 15. 1892. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. t NO. 75 -- LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. cnl-isvll- lo DANVILLE. DO YOU - Miss KUa Watson was called to Lou- post-offic- e, Ik tv V Saturday on business connected with the The town trustees met Saturday and appointed .Jaintts I. Hamilton chief of police. lie will servo until tho election next November. Mie Jane Iloppsr has received from hnrsistor, Mrs. 12d Stephuns, of Midland, Texa, a box of line vegetables. Times' bright, brainy nnJ nnd Mkn Miss Jane kindly remembered the I J. correspondent, Legislative Kutb, daughter of Ma II. T. SUunton, poribe. The Garrard County Uiblo Society nro to bo marrUd Dec. 1 1. Jolin F. IkTHd.nn, n prominent and will inset nt the Methodist church next wealthy attUn of Fayette, lis brought Sunday nigbt. As all tho churches are milt nafnHt his wife, who was a MIsh interested in this society, thero will tie Ford, daughter of thu proprietor of no uuioii fisrviiws held that night. Thanksgiving services will bo held Ford's Hottd. ltiobmond, Va. for divorce, 1 1 at tho Presbyterian alleging abandonmunt. church. Thero will Win. Wallers went to thu room In be no regular sermon, hut the minister wbioh bis betrothed, Miss Kmlly Davis, of oach church will take part and tho lay dead nt iikenlmrre, Pa., and taking services will consist of appropriate music and, to usu tho language of one of our .1 vial of strychnine from his jweket said "Good-bye- , wim ministers, "seriiionettes." All aro cordiUmlly, I'll soon l yon." Ho then swallowed the poimn ally InviUd lo attend. Miss Maud UobitiBon is visiting and was dad in 10 minutes. of PiTrvis, Miss , Miwes Mamio nnd Carrie Currey. Uobt. Mirts Leoim fully demonstrated the lleklunuw of her Dunn, of Danville, was here Sunday. sex last week. Sho oloped with Layby Mr. Will Ilerkele, of Louisville, spont Saturday and Sunday with relatives etto blade aud when bo went for the another lovor enmo alonjt and she here. Mrs. Will Marra and Mr. Sam flew with htm. Ho left her at a friend's Anderson aro here, having been called residence while he nought the license. to the bedside of their mother. Mien Ii the mean time "Wilbur Grilltn put in Lettio Drown, of Lexington, is visitiug , Mrs. Dettie Deazloy. an appearance and clutmiug that bIio had her promised hltn first she eloped witb him Miss Hattie Vaughan, of Shelby villi, is and was Anally duly made Mrs. Grilltn. the guest of Mrs. W. O. Drndley. Mr. The tnttrriugo of Mr. It. C. Ford, Fisher Gaiuo-- has uccepted u position in cashier of tbo First National Hank of Gaines' grocery. Mr. H. A. D. Marks-burand Malcolm Tillettare in. LexingLondon and an excellent gentleman, and U'tltia Garraid was duly ton on business. Misses Bright, of StanMieuKmma Holemnized at Manchester Thursday, ford, aru visiting Miss Lizzie Thompson. Uev. J. I McKco, of Danville, officiat- Mr. Will Hutchingsand wife spent Suning. The bridesmaids wero Miss Mnlian, day with Mrs. C. O. Stormes. We stated in our last letter that tho Danville; Mis Iwise llalley, Stanford, The circuit clerkship was claimed by both White, Manchester. and Miss groomsmen were, Jatuea Garrard, broth Broaddus, republican, and Maon, demor of the bride, James White, Manches- ocrat. The case came np before the ter, and 1". K. Wilson, London. The board Saturday and the certificate was brido Is a daughter of Gen T. T. Gar- given to Broaddus. It seems that in addrard nnd a most lovely and cultivated ing up the votes in one of the Bryunts-vlll- e precincta, the ollicers failed, or forlady, who baa many friends here who bon voyage on the sea of mat- got to count, Heveral votes for Mason. wish her rimony. Mr. and Mrs. Ford will spend Tho next day ofter tho certificate was istheir honoymoon in Forida and bo at sued and thu ballots destroyed one of tho judges, a republican, remembered homo to tholr friends aftor Jan. 1. thu failure to count tho vote for Mason CHURCH AFFAIRS. and called the attention of tho other ofUev. W. B. Arnold will preach at ficers of the precinct to tho fact and a now certificate was issued. Of course McKendree Sunday. Uev. A. S. Moffett held a meeting at tho board to issue the certificates of elecwhich tion, vi tho county judge, sheriff and Mercer county, Providence, county clerk, could not go behind the brought two souls into the fold. Uev. John Hell Gibson has had n certificate issued at tho time the ballots Hattering call from the new Christian wero counted and had to give the certifichurch at Owensboro, but ho has not cate of election to Droaddu. Tho votes decided yet whether or not he will ac- that were forgotten or neglected to be counted for Mason would givo him a cept it. is said that the Cnrdlnnl Crnais-tor- majority of four. Wo do not know at It will tnko place at the Vatican De- this writing whether Mr. Broaddus a ill cember 10, when It it. expected that the accept the oflice or not, but Mr. Mason Pope will create 18 cardinals. There are will contest it in case he does. If Mr. Droaddus refuses to accept tho place 17 vacant Cardlnalatou thero will be a vacancy nnd tho circuit Six persons were baptised and into the Methodist church at judge will have to appoint a clerk to Seal's Creek, Sunday. This maki 10 Bcrve until tho next general election, as the result of the recont meeting con which will bo in November, 1S03. ducted by Uevs. F.arly and Daughetee. There wero two additions to tho Tho Cincinnati Commercial Gazette Ch rittlan church Sunday Messrs. K. II tries to be as happy as possible under circumstances, as thu following Jones and Walter Saunders. The young gentlemen are to be commended for tak- aragraphs Bourko Cockran discovered that the ing b rational step Ir. a iiuiel and busineway, without excitement or tumultuous popularity of Cleveland enss-like other attendant instigation, except a dured oven through election day. Tho Thanksgiving turkey remains to plain duty. So we Uev. It. 11. Muhony will preHcli at us as well as for tho democrats. the Methodkrt ebureh Sunday morning have wmething to live for after all. After marching through Mr. Waiter- and Uev. It. II. Oaldwell at night. church each son's sUughtei house, tint democratic Praver ineetiHg at (imi night ttiw week beginning with Thr-da- y party Neglected to tumble into its open ntiiht. On Monday, 21st, Uev. J. U grave. Texas hm such h big democruth maDuring, of Vrallli, will be hare to jority that it can ali'ord two dumocratic continue tin- meeting. Elder J.S. Swenty, paor of the candidates for governor ami givo each of Christian church, Paris, lias Iwen ap- them' a oigger vote than the combined pointed a membarof the Advisory Conn opposition can give its candidate. oil on Ueligious Cougretwesof tho Woild'j They tulk about a woman's Bphere, Congrow Auxiliary in oonneotion with Ad though it bad a limit. 1SIW. This Thoro's not a place in earth or the Columbian K position of heaven, moans to assist in preparing the pro- There's not a task to mankind given, not a hlessiug woe, gramme and directing the proceedings There's not a whisper, or h or There's yes no, Parliament of Religion. of tho World's There's not a life, or death, or birth Tiik General Association of Ken- That has a feather's weightof worth Without n woman in it. Kate Field. tucky Baptists are in sesfiion at Covingmajority of the preachton with a largo And now the festive fanner Brings his apples into town, ers present. The statistics read bIiow This size on the topside that in 1702 there were 115,100 Baptists in tho U.'S., wliilo In 18U2 the number And this sizo further down, The baptisms fcr the past is year for Kentucky wore 10,217. Tho Southwest Missourian. money collected for foreign missions in Tlio largest volcano in tho world is at tho United States wan $(l,t07 in tho Mauna Loa, in the Sandwich Islands. list year, while SMI,"--' II wns secured for The crater is 20 miles in diameter and homo mission work. Tho church is now universities, the stream of lava flowing from it is 50 Bustaining 30 colleges and miloa long and in places four miles wide. 83vcu theological Bominariefi and lit educational establishments. other The sun gives 000,000 times as much light as thu full moon; 7,000,000,000 times Clinton Kidlcr, of Covington, who as much as tho brightest star in the sky held a responsible positlou with a firm und '(0,000,000 times as much as tlio in that city, baa a mania for picking combined stars of the heavens. pockets and at times cannot resist tho temptation. Ho tried it on a lady tho The limit of tho capacity of the other day and the judge hoforo whom earth is 5,20 1,000,000 souls, says a scienhe was tried thought it best to give him tist, aud this number will be reached in u iittlo confinement so gave him a year less than 187 years, m i in tho penitentiary. There aro scales in tho Boston assay Ground was broken at Atlanta, Ind, oflice so delicate that they indicate the for the largest tin plato factory in the part of a pound. world. grand-motherj y re-reio -- The vote of Casey county was ciliated this morning with the following reeults: The republican candidates for uounty olllces have carried the county with the following majorities: For cir cuit clerk, .fas. Gtbony over I'd Sweeney ISO; James Branson, for ahorifl", over Geo. Frye 101, for jailer, Brown over Statou 102. 1'or circuit judge of tliu'JOth district, Wallace Jones' majority ovor Craddock is 183. Silas Adams for Congress, carrios Casey county by 210 majority. Muucie, for commonwealth's attorney, without opposition, gets Harrison's vote was 1,'JiW voles. Biul Cleveland's 1,0'M, Harrison's majority 181 His majority in '8S was some eighty odd. Party lines were very strictly diiwn. Peoplo's party received 20 votes and prohibition 77. On election day everything was dune quietly and in good humor, but both parties were busy. F. P. Combest, for representative, without opposition, received 1,235 votes. From a letter from Wallace it is learned that he carJones, ried the 2()th judicial district by 1,212 majority. The great Cleveland cyclone, which has swept tlio country with devastation in its course, has not hurt this district. 8 t, Geo. McCoy, a well-know- n colored Bich-mond, FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Hogs are selling at rard. 5 cents in Gar- Jack Hook, the veteran turfman, died at Paris, aged 70. Garrard county buyers are paying ' cents per pound for turkeys. Gen. Tracy says he would not be surprised if eventually the trotting gait exceeded the lunnin ggait. Tho best trotting record for 100 miles is H hours, 5 minutes and 5'S seconds. Conqueror has this record. The American Turf Congress, in session at St. Louis, elected Col. Ii. F. Clay president and K C. Hopper secretary. J. L Yautis sold to Gentry Bros. G aged mules for J710 and to Win. Conn 15 hogs, averaging :00 pounds, at GJc and 12shoatsat tjc. A. J. Haydensold the IS cattle advertised in this paper to Thompson k McCarley, 1 ' at 4 and four at 3J cents, with $1 premium on the latter. It is reported that C. W. Williams will have the entire surface of his track at Independence covered with a corrugated rubber cushion two inches thick next season. J. S. Uobin8on has bought 200 barrels of corn in the crib at $2; John Horn sold a lot of 1,270 pound cattle at 3:G7j Twenty mules Bold at $00 to) $W. Democrat. At F. A. Ehret and J. K.lJPepper's salo of thoroughbreds in New Yorx, 20 head brought $223,230, an average of Don Alonzo sold for $30,000, Sir $8,583 Frances $20,000. Yorkviile Belle S24.0CO and Fairy f 10,000. Bonner has fully decided to put Maud S. to work again and next' season beat Nancy Hanks' time with her. Nan cy Hauks lias certainly had advantages that won- uover dreamed of when Maud S. made the world s record sho. held to long. Tho International Packinglaud Pio vision Co. and the Chicago!. Packing and Provision Co. are to be consolidated. They will have a capacity forjkilling 12,- 500 hogs a day and it is eoid the output will ho twice tliot of tho big Armour concern. Parson Arney, of Suranac, who bus gained notoriety through his inclination toward tlio trotting horse, has announc ed hits retirement from the turf. He owns a number of trotters and bus gone many u mile butter than 2.30 nnd in races at that. He will preach at Three Divers in tho future. J. W. Furgusou shipped to Goldsmith, at New York, Thursday 50 Christ average, tlio mas cattle, 1, last of 700 head sold by him, nt about oe. Of the last lot 20 weighed over 2,000 lbs.. each. The Paris Kentuckian also notes ales of 40 shipping cattle at 4.30. Thestrtigglo between Stauiboul and Kremlin for the stallion record lias been duite animated. The former held it for a long time and until Kiemlin's recent Last week norfoimaneo at Nashville. Stamboul again took the record ihi 2 08 but Kremlin again wrcbted it from him at Nashville, Saturday, doing tlio mile in 2.07 j. K P laulconer, of Danville, writes that lie has decided to have annual sales nnd litis built n grand good thing in thu wuy of a coyered track aud 03 large box stalls at a cost of ?5,000. It took 220. 000 shingles. 200,000 feet of lumber, 230 long posts and 1A toiiH of nails. Salo 1S03. Jack and jennet sales Jan. Fob. 20. A rather small crowd attended court hero yesterday and business was gener ally dull. Capt. Bottom tells us that there were about 25 head of cattle on tho steera market. Ten had of brought 2J; rough scrub cattle brought Uc; milk cows $7.50 to $10. A lot of scrub owes brought $1.50 per head. A good lot was taken down. Plug horses sold at $35 to $53. V. P. Nunnelley sold to W. II. Hays a Holsteln bull for $15. -Ha- r-rodsburg - man, died Saturday. Mr. and Mra. 1). J. Gregory,' of Va . aro visiting Danville friends. Mr. Tun Murphy mid family hae moved to Ut). U. Diyis' property on Lexington street. We sell anything in our line of merchandise for a less per cent, than Gibeon E. Doram has opened an any of our competitors for the same line of goods. Wc sell the Oyster saloon on Main streetnear Uruc.t.''' livery stable. Mrs M P. Uobinsou, who has been very ill of pneumonia, is now thought to be a little better. We sell Hats at less than cost to most manufacturers. We sell sideElder Clubb.of the Christian church Williainetown, and Eldir Kendrick, of lined full stock Boots for $2.50. the Danville church, txihunged pulpits Sunday. Miss Sue McDowell is visitingfriends Miss Katie Sandifer is in Springfled. ONvisiting friends in Greensburg. Dr. J. W. Guest returned to Louisville Friday. John ! v a colored nerson from Harrodsburg. hallooed "Hurrah for Cleveland" on 2d street, Thursday evening, and came near getting his ed head lights knocked out of him. Quccnswarc, Crockery. Coal Hods and Vases, etc. Try our Some of the colored folks have not Flour, the best on earth. given up the election yet. An old colored cook says that "Mr. Blaine catch We buy Beef Hides, Tallow, Rags, Timothy Seed, Clover Seed, two ballot boxes floating down the riv- Furs, Feathers, Beeswax, Lard, Bacon, &c. er and soon as another one is found Mr. Come and see us before makingother deals. At Ike Hamilton's Harmon will bo elected." Jailer F. M. Shumate arre6ted and old stand, ROWLAND, KY. took to Harrodsburg, Thursday evening, a negro named Frank .Dean charged with stealing a horse from J. P. Carr, of Mercer county, about 10 Anago other party implicated in the same t'ansaction has not yet been arrested. J. U. Marrs, Geo. Mahan, Thomos H. Bell, Mis. Ellen Lyle and Miss NanJ. M. HUBBARD, A. M President. nie Barbee aro candidates for postm aster here. Mifs Barbee is a first cousin X892. of Mrs. Stevenson, wifo of the vice president elect. J. U. Dodds and Jock Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers, eupsrlor cotmet in Literature, Music and Bo ita want to be store keepers in the An. Excellent hoarding department Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. revenue service. Alex Camden was drunk election day and unkertook to clean out Harrison Devine, at Parksville. Devine warned him to keep his hands ofl" of him, but Camden persevered, when Camden knocked him down and cut him several times with a barlow knife. Judge Brewshall j keep constantly on During the year 1892 I er, of Parksville, hearl the case and disstock of missed Devine, the proof showing a hand a full and complete clear case of self defense. Tho Dienologian Society of Centn College telegraphed its congratulation to 'v&MmSffm Vice President-Elec- t Stevenson nnd Friday evening received the following BUY OR SELL? Celebrated Kanawha Salt -- We Boat the Winner in Low Prices dog-ga- et Furnishidgs, Clothing,jTmware, Groceries, Hardware, Ob-elis- k STEPHEN'S & KET02L Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 6tli, A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER ll"T re-pl- y: Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. Toilet Articles Glass, Books, Bloominuton, Mkssiis. Haiidi.v, III., Nov. 11, 1SJ2 woll-hre- - 700-pou- nd Committee, Danville, Ky.: My hearty thanks to the Dicnologians. In Hoc Signo Vinces. Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers ot A. E. Stkvenson'. drompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas General Stevenson was a member of DALTon in charge. A. R. PENNY. this society when a Centre College student. Mrs. Ella D. Duke, wife of Col. Wm. Duke, died Sunday night at 10:30 o'clock of peritonitis. Sho had been ill for several weeks, but becaino much worse several days before bis death. Mrs. Duke $trW!?S.1i GM1P& )riLJSV,Ji before her marriage was Miss Ella Duer 1 T' TTTT TTT? u 0)'&U?tQ son, of Louisville. She was a sincere Christian woman and had many friends. Is Receiving His She left no children. Funeral Tuesday at 10 a. m. Services by Uev. E. M. Green, D. D. Eph Holt and Ben Brock, white Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Gve me call. men, wero brought from Junction City Monday morning, charged with stealing a coat and vest at Bussell's brick yard from Jim Crouch six weeks ago. The coat was found on Holt. When brought before Judge McFerran Brock Baid that he loaned the coat to Holt, whereuptn Holt was released. Brock says ho tho cost and vest from Sam The matter is to bo investigated WuJnuaday. W. L. Beod has sold his lot en Broidway, on which his ies"idence burn-I last week, to J. It. Briggs for $2,500. Mr. T. P. Embry informs tho Inteiuoii for Joi'knal thot a line diamond ring, a I CaMorU cures Colic, Constipation, "CafttorlaUftowelladaptedtochildrenthat tine watch and chain, a lot of silverware Ire:omrncndita,SUperiortoanyl,rescripUon and other articles of value, in a Saratoga I II. A. Auchkr, 51. D., known to me." pestion, trunk, belonging to his deceased wife, 111 So. Oxford St., BrooUyn, N. Y. Without injurious medication. who was a daughter of Mr. Reed, wero Tub Ccvtai'r Compant, 77 Hurray Street, N. Y lost when the house burned. Mr. Emt bry was in tho South at the time of tho Williams and Hulk, .My stock of WATCHES, CX.OCKS & JT3SWEX.R1T H.g.R0PLEY,- - l&fttlrik r35-5SK- .r tVm pin-chas- ed o Infants and Children. (ire HmHHHHH )i). OOOOOOOO oooooooooooo m m Judge McFerran Monday morning dismissed the case against Mac Moore and James Carter, charged with attempted robbery at Junction City several weeks ago. Mr. Itosel, one of tho alleg. (Late Alexander's Hotel.) ed witnesses, said nothing like an attempt at robbery occurred, and Mr. another one, said he was so fulj Rates $2.50 Per Day. of boo.e that he did not remember what Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite anybody did, said or thought. Thus, as was predicted in this column a few days ago, another big case ('') has ended "in : W. A. VV. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, smoko. Uos-onaue- r, THE WILLARD. ' the Court-Hous- e, Louisville, Ky. ' -- '" v S.) 27-2- S, J. J. Marshall, clerks. R. LOGAN, Manager. J.N.MENEfKI a. c. SINE When When When When ax sick, g& e hor Costoda. die y, At & Child, she cried for CastorU. sho became sha clunt; to Castorl. she had Children, vhe gave them CastorU. Baby w w JII, 800-pou- & MENEFEE, 'SINE Proprietors of Tlie Ofllcejancl Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. M ' h pest-mast- er be Bolidly supported by Missouri democrats for the generalship. will Gov. Francis STANFORD LUMBER YARD, m i ., "iPSRWWBlfl"' .' J Laurib Blakbly, of the Newport lAtNorfolk, V.v., two blgjpeamit Journal, is about tliu only mnn wo know oi,n,.P burned. Loss from $100,000 of who can truthfully say, "I told you ' tho eloction, to $150,000. Ti,;ri...ttcr hnraas in ft Je' York Stanford, Kv Novemhku 15, 1892 bo." Severaln dya baton Gazjtto eli-- i in answer to Uxnnnrcia' burneti io uoaui tirlal, ho said that New York, Inliani, ivery stablo wero ntobt. Illinois and nil tho doubtful W. P. WALTON. the -- Miss Gertie Stoll, an inmato of herStates would ro democratic and ho not hanged only proved himself a prophet, but dem- Eastern Kentucky Asylum, Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal Tlmt-Qflo- "To KeeP th eBa lFe polling." 4 ed SIX : PAGES. Tun democrata seem to have captured the earth and tho fullness thereof Inst Tuesday. They not only retain the m I ! f I Lower Hotieo of Congress by an enor mous majority, elect their candidate for president with nearly 7o votes in tho electoral college to spare, but it looks now that they have also captured the Senate. Thore nro 25 vacancies to be filled and of these it is stated that tho democrata will name 13, tho republicans nine and the populists three, making the next Senate stand democrats 44, republicans 40 and populists 4. A9 tho latter will likely vote with the democrats our supremacy seems certain oven if the States in doubt prove that they are still republican. For the first time in 30 years or more the dotnocrat will be able to paw n law and they will signalize their return to power by p.i33ing such as will benefit tho whole peoplo instead of a favored few. onstrated that he is a poet from away self with a sheet. Thore Is some talk of moving the bick in the headlines he ravo tho elecLouis-villnews. general office of the L. & N. from tion to St. Louis. Thk democrats of Pulaski dosurve not Five thousand dollars worth of ginnear only tho cake, but tho whole bakery. seng was burned in a drying-housThe county has usually given ono of tho Big Stone Gap, Tenn. largest republican majorities iu the Statoj Thn New Orleans strike, which be yet this time tlH democrats ulect J. H. gan Oct. 22, has ended and the union Watson sheriff by '21 and come within men met humiliating defeat. 120 of securing the circuit clerkship. tho World's Fair yes DiroctorB-oThe cyclone Beems to have raged with terday adopted a resolution favoring the peculiar intensity in that, tho opening of tho World's Fair on Sunrepublican stronghold. days. Harmony, Owen county, Green It was indeed a famous victory, Barr At shotvlaud killod by Thomas was Cleveland's popular majoritv is at least Southern. The killing was tho result of a million and his electoral majority away a lawsuit. out of sight. Latest reports make tho Minnesota Legislature republican by a small maELECTION ECHOES. jority, enough, it is claimed to o a u are as ever in the lead this weoh with our banner, unfurled as the "Leader of LoiuP vices." : THE LOUISVILLE : STORED Oar store is chuck fall on both floors with everything in the f rock-ribbe- d Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes and Clothing Line arid they must go in a hurry. 10Q Mens' Jeans Coats this we eh only coats aiyj; ou juens'atuvcrcents. tins wecli only at S2.50; 200 Boy's Knee Pants this wceh only 25 Every all wool suit and fine Overcoats r educed zu per cent, as we nave too many. Uliua's Uvercoa,t SJ.25. ii )! w E I t bW Thk Temps, one of our most VHtued Parisian oxi'liange, is a Ion.; ways from the seat of war, hut it sizps up the situa tion in the United btates pretty accurately, whon it siys in its issue of tho 10th: "Seeing that the campaign was fought solely on economic issues, it is clear that the American? feel little, if any, aliection for the McKinley bill and Montana elected a democratic Legisla-tnrthe beauties of protection. Tho American people have also for years past per West Virginia elected a democratic ceived that the republican movemont is governor and each of her Congressmen exhausted; that there wns no question are democrats. of principles tit stake and that it was abMassachusetts gives Harrison a plu surdly futile to be carried away by rality of 27,000, but reelects Russell govmemories of Lincoln and Grant to meet ernor by 2,000. the new requirements of a unique situaReturns from all the Indiana counties tion." except Crawford are in, and Cleveland's e. t ie ir ia. v 1" 1 . 19 . that plurality is 8,303. Gov. McKinlbv has set apart Nov. 24 The latest report in Minnesota indias a day of thanks for the Ohioaus. It cate the election of three democratic sussifetosiv that it will take a very preme court judges. small portion of t tie day lor tue guv. Both sides still claim Ohio, with chanto give his. He is tho worse whipped will now drop ces in favor of the republicans. The man in the country and .out of sight. By tho way, his old dis- plurality will be less than 1,000 either trict, especially gerrymandered by the way. Connecticut not only gives her elecrepublicans to return n member of Contoral vote to Cleveland, but elects a demgress, elects a democrat, while the whole State is so close on electors as to have ocratic governor, the first for years. The official count shows that Chas. F. required the olficial count to settle tho Joyt republican, has 07 majority over question. Congressman John O'Neill, in the 11th Kansas seems to have turned herself Missouri district. loose. Not content with electing an The democrats get one of Ohio's 23 to Congress from the Stato-- at electors, but tho republicans get the othlarge, she further distinguished her- ers and Secretary of the State by tho Indian skin of their teeth. self by choosing a quarter-bloote represent one of her districts in the The official returns of Rockcastle give same body. An alliance man has been Harrison 971 votes nnd Cleveland 084. elected governor in the Grasshopper Holt, forjudge of the Court of Appeals, State, Weaver has ita electoral vote, the 970; Hazelrigg (574.. people's pirty has tho Leg'slature and Unofficial returns in Kansas show that the g. o. p. is nowhere. In 1888 Harri- the (unionists have secured a majority of son's plurality was 80,159. How have nine on joint ballot in the General (As the mighty fallen! sembly, which will take another repub lican out of tho U. 8. Senate. Mr. Wattekso.v is all right. He Tennessee democrats did the mselveo spoke at the democratic ratification the proud. They elected their candidate for other night and explained that he was governor by 45,000 and rolled up Clevephysically unable to mount the raging land's majority over the 70,000.,mark, or stump during the campaign, but that ho nearly four times moro than in 188S. worked in season and out for the triumph Fuller returrs from Texas confirm the of democracy, in which he is more than estimated election of Hogg by 50,000 to delighted. Remembering his long and 57,000 plurality. The next Legislature, vigorous efforts for tariff reform and the both House and Senate, will be over' other good things he has done, tho whelmingly democratic. Cleveland's boys in the trenches forgive his seemmajority is over 100,000. ing lack of interest and take him to their Victory of tho constitutional amendDeleware is the only ane of the Solid hearts again. ment proposition at Fort Scott, Kansap, Southern States that shows a decrease in was assured Friday and simultaneously No administratfon has been so signal- the plurality for Cleveland. It was several saloons were openeu in wmi. ly rebuked for years as has Mr. Harrisin 188S; this time it is 5GU Bidwell city, the first time they have been run on's. He lays the blame of it upon the got 559 votes in the State. openly for 12 years. ultra potition his party took on the proThe verdict of the Union is the death Near Otturua, Iowa, a passenger tective tariff question, but Benjamin knell of protection for protection's Bake. Chicago, Milwaukee k St. might as well admit that it was his own It is tho complete overthrow of the poli- train on the Paul dashed into a caboow, killing tour advocacy of the force bill and the other cy of Federal interference in Statb elecand wounding Fev.iral others. deviltries of his party that he connived tions, and more especially the condem- passengers caught fire at our , which adat and assisted in that sent him and it to nation and damnation of the use of par- The trains ded horror to the scene. their destruction. tisan power to perpetuate the control of to hang -P- reparations had been made any man or set of men. Atlanta Consti William Keck, at Allentown, ra ami J udok Holt, of the Court of Appeals, when the, sheriff went for him he found who was elected as an independent, but tution. The republicans of Kansas have suf him dead in his cell. It is not known went over body and soul to his first and ou'y love, the republicans, this time and fered a sore defeat. Returns from all what,cauBed his death as his body was was the counties show that the third party not mutilated in the least. got their nomination for have a majority of 4,327 on president. theTleiiio-cratiHall, democrnt, defeated French, redefeated by Judge Hazdrigi, o'f tho Court of The republicans have saved from the publican,', for circuit judge in the 20th nominee for judge wreck three congressmen out of eight, Kentucky judicial diBtrict- -a happy reAputuirf, by from 1,0'J0 to 1,000 majorand the Legislature by the small plural- sult, French being the representative of ity. ity of one. The populist majority on factions which have caused Tnn verdict of the people is that all State officers is slightly below that of ono of the ho much bloodshed in that section. taxation Bball be limited to the require- Weaver. Mrs. Mary Cox, of Chicago, like othments of an economical government and Cleveland has outclassed both Harri-sa- n er women, looked under her bed before that every cent taken from the pockets and Weaver. He has shown that he and found a man. Unlike other of the people beyond those requirements represents the public opinion of the Na- retiring women, though, ebo did not scream, urn is no belter than robbery. tion. A man of tho people, he has been walked down stairs and after locking tho taken once more to the people's heart. door she telephoned for police aid. It The newspapers and politicians are Biieak-thie- f was n amusing themselves fixing up slates for A great commoner, he has again been cam. and a cabinet, but it is love's called to a position higher than that of bagged. Mr. Cleveland's labor lost. Mr. Cleveland will at the kings. His candidacy was in response to -P- hillips, the terror of Pike county, proper time perform this duty most sat- the demand of the people and for once who has killed a score of men, at last all considerations save those of the Na- met his match. Mr. Peters, of Louisa, isfactorily. tional welfare wero waived. Memphis is the gentleman. The battle was with Illinois went republican in ISSSf by revolvers and Winchester rifles aud it is be22,195 plurality. This time she elects a said that 400 or 500 shots were fired NEWSY NOTES. democratic governor and the full Clevefore Phillips was laid out. efland electoral ticket by about 20,000. Not satisfied with the generally Mrs. Langtry has purchased a steam democrats, tho reTalk about cyclones That's an earth- yacht for $35,000. fective work of tho Creek. Mitchell quake. A St. Louis capitalist wants to in- publicans of Big Rock N. C, have Btarted in to extercounty, Thk war seems to bo, over. Harris, an vest $100,000 and revive the Base-bal- l minate each other. In a general free soldier, has been elected Association. republican in Kansas, the Phil Dwyer, the horsomau, Bays he fight at tho polls between two congreeeman-at-Iargwounded and four men wero first man to be bo honored in tho North will back Corbett against Mitchell for factions. 20 of them fatally. any amount. wore the gray. ever d bawdy-houseTost-maste- d - Prisoners at the Omaha jail revolted and refused to enter their cells, but the warden turned tho hose ;on thorn and ended the mutiny quickly. 00c. , ICid manager of a browery -- HenrylPlanz, hanging to at San Jose, Cal., was found a treo near by, bound baud and foot. No reasons are known for the lynching. J. P. Johnson, the Laporte, Ind. man who invented tho return postal card, harfassigued with liabilities of Ho was in the jewelry business. Judge Lane, of Cass county, .mo., we while serving a term in jail for contempt of the United States Court, was elected to the Legislature by an unanimous majority. Albert Wing, tho man wholmurdor ...i tiurula i.tl '"""iltfinMl- lled his wife in a Louisville bagnio, was I Mr. llcnpeek t better I'v t' captured in Now Orleans. Ho confesses most wife iu Uw World. Friend U h- -t t'.id she doV his guilt and came back without a requi Mr. en perk A burglar vnmv Imd sition. the the honw during my ulMne. My u ife ' Senator David B. Hjirs orj-iAlbany Times Union, is out with u didn't schiv worth h cent. She mroive I miw him. .lust f I m double-loadeeditorial favoring Edward hiyi polltoly. tored the Iioiimj he jumped through tho ' Murphy, Jr.'s election to tho United window nnd made hLs e&eapu. lie was a young follow nnd rather good looking. States Senate. iTtcmi (who knows nor) No wonder Another moral wave seems to have struck Lexington. The grand jury now he wan scored. Texas Sifting. in session has returned 100 indictments No Head fur HuiliiMt. and s Mo.o Scliaiimbcrg, Jr. against keepers of Vndrr, a fihontlemaus vnnta to know If dot tippling places. S. M undershirt don't shrink a At Hope, Kas , ho was leedlo, unyvny. Teats committed Buicido because MoseSchaumburg', Sr. Docsdot shirt abort in his accounts nnd feared that fit him? out and it Cleveland would turn him "No; it v;i choost a leedlo too pig." would be made public. "Of coumo it vill shrink! Vy don' Mrs. J. B. Guthrie, of Louisville, you have sorao heads for plshnoss?' barely escaped death from suffocation Texas Sifting. t.vtbfnldincbed. in which she was Krinemlirunreit. Wife (revisiting' the fiecnu of bpr beBleeping folding up. Hor cries were trothal) I remember, Algernon, so woll heard just in time. whon you proposed to me, how painof a strict memMrs. Ashby, wife fully embarniMd you were. ber of the church nt English, Ind., Algernon Yoh, dear; nnd I remomber placed $5,000 of her pin money on that m well how kind and encouraging" you State, lllluois and the general result and were, und how very eny you inado it for me, after all. Brooklyn Life. won every dollar of it. Shoes, The net balance in the United Statea Illftputeil Otrnrntlilp. treasury has been reduced to$2S,001,310, "Papa," said little Johnnie, "Johnnie owing to the heavy drain of pension is my name, isn't it?" Why?" "Yes, my payments. Seven million dollars have "1 saw Jnhnnio Perkins nnd paid so far this month. been T.pft Whittincton, of Brazil, Ind., he said Iit was his, nnd ho got real mad 'cause told him it wasn't, ItooniiHo went hunting alone and was accidentalyou'd given it to me." Harper's ly shot by his own gun. He laid down in tho snow to wait for assistance, but it A TlKlit hqurrxe. came just as he wbb bieathing his last. "I hadn't heurd that you'd brcn ill, Russell Harrison's paper at Helena , Smithson." "Have though; been pretty close to W. II. WEAJ.K.V. Montana, has had attachments amounting to:$SG,792 filed against it and tho death's door." "Is that ro?" paper is in the hands, of tho sheriff "Yes; two doctors in the house nt the in the luck his father Russell is playing same time." Life. Kpnntnr Davis. Men's Boot $1.25 per pair, Custom made Boot. do. Full Stock, 2.'00 Hand made do. Ladies Button Shoe $2:75 4.00 Ladies' Shoe SI. Also a complete line of SS0,-00- 0. Ladies' Gent's and Childrens' Underwear in Merino and Flannel Always bevr in mind that Stanford. sell yon goods at lower prices than am J uth-nouse- in STORE, A. Bys, iff-ll-ii -, if-- w Manner. -- 1 1 n, 1 SEASONABLE r mm. iBlankets, Comforts, Flannels, Yarns, Canton Flannels, Jeans, Underwear for All Ages, Boots, ly. to-da- y, Hosiery, Gloves, Cloahs in all gradcslfor Ladies, Misses and Children. YouwilldoyourseUan injustice if you, fail to examine our stovh. Young-People- . BJIIiVEilHANCEi & (DNo MRS. A. W JAMlvS. CALL AND SI -- V J. A 3,-4- 41 Little Daughter I was putting dolly's shoes and atookln s on the kitty. "What for?" '"So she couldn't scwaUih." Good News. No In It. Larkin (to his wife) Did you hear of the Rev. Dr. Thirdly's fall? Mrs. Larkin Dear me, no! What has he done? Larkin He has fallen heir to $30,000 by the death of an uncle. Truth. Wlir l!n Oronrlril. You blow alout my Mrs. Ilioks dressmaker, but I never say a word Mamma so? ri.in Thnt Failed. How did you get scratched j t Our new line of- - , eGEATIIW Conl Hods, Vases, Pokers, Iron'Pipc, cct. Shovels, Kitchen Sets, Zincs, Russia TOVB S9 HARDIN, W. H. "WEAKEN & CO. uboutyour tailor. c Hicks Hood heavens, inndam, you don't seem to rcalizo that drcssmnkors have to be paid. N. Y. Herald. FARRIS II & A viJ .Dealers In , ious men? Wife I do; it's tho fusstidious kind I object to. Detroit Free Press. about everything. Husband I thought jou liked fastid- , What Mm Object"! To. Wife You are altogether too nlco iMAIIBWAra!9 Tinware, Lamps, 'Chamber Sets, Empire Wheat Drill, Dinner STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, well-know- 1 KQuecnswarr, Glassware, Wouldn't Ho Safe, You Knotr. "I suppose when you marry tho duke ISets. Also agents for the you will iro at once to his homo in Enjr-- 1 land with him?" inyscTT T "Die S3, uw T uway over there with a man I know so little aboui," Life. -- J. II. BAUGH3IAN, FIRE AND STORM READ. All goods sold Goods promptly delivered. jp vV Appeal-Avalanch- e. INSURANCE AGENT Representing Wheelbarrows, Cross Cut Saws, Fencing Wire and Staples, Haling Wire, Horse Shoes and Nice Toilet, Chamber and Dinner Sets. 1 Hartford, of Hartford, Conn., Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, Ins. Co. of North America, " Companies. I would All of which are be pleased to wait on my friends in this line. Pol. icies promptly issued. Will insure against form-doe- s, wind storms aud lightning Lightning claus s attached without additional charge Office at First National Dank, Stanford. firxt-clau Fresh, Stock of GROCERIES Always on hand. GUARANTEED as REPRESENTED, Or taken back. e v ' MoKOTl!TEr BROS. "J2 -Ii- ,..;.'-- . 3Mds &' n M MniArtMpwa.a'i y jnCTiVljfcw &Mam iiwim. - 2 ,T . .ffrtttfo y 'n r. ., .n.1. nwlyeHQJl HW -- iwi TtTj - i'SK P mmaMv fr Compared with 1888, thore was n falling oil' in tlm democratic vote of 100 mil H . in the republican of 147, the democratic 93 HudTONViLLK was uinking preparations JuflT opened an elegant lino of ladita vote that year being 1,012 and tho repubBtanfohd, Ky., Noyemiieu 15, 1892 fur muffa nut bona. Soveranco A Son. yesterday to ratify the grent democratic lican 1,322. Tjb prohihitioniBts cast 209 victory lost night. for Fisk that year, 14 more than this. Foil IIknt. A oottnKO on Mill street. Will Matheny, or nt this olItnNT Two rooms oyer Severance With opposition from republicans nnd Foil ffi.O.WAWON.BUS.MQnaROr Apply to A Son'a Btore. Apply to Will N. Craig prohibitionists Gov. MoGreary's vote lice. that year was 1,705. "With iiono this or Dr. Steele Railey. MEANS IUSIME5S. Wa.ntki. 100.000 dozen ogtf. Will year it wns 1,481. All find pleasure in coming to the New Cash Store under the Coficy Tim ladles of the Presbyterian church The following wkj telegraphed to tho House. nrtlticftlly pay 32 conta pur ilozen. W. II. Wunrcn ENonxviNO bcautllully and It is now a A Co. nt Hustonvillo will given supper at the Courier-Journfrom Rowland: "The done at A. It. Penny's. Woathorford HoteH'hankagiving eve for precinct N'o. 4, Lincoln county, voted 200 Bin your hooka nnd Bcliool mippHeu of TAKKyour eggs to R. 7. Jonoa' Great all kinds from A. It. Penny, who noils the benefit of their church. billot Ht the election. The polls closod Bargain Store and got 21 centa per dozprices. J Vhein nt publlahor'H at 4 i. m , the result wm announced in Ykbthhdav whs u nieusly, miaerable UAVB JUUf HHW1I, UIUU& mm jnvii. en for tltum. front of the iHMith nt 4:41 r. m. and nt Where everybody comes to sip the sweet of low prices. Our goods 1111 roaired at A. It. Penny'!. All work court day, bo for as money was concernwarVantod. f:10 r. m. all reports were iu tho hands of are so good and so and so cheap they need nothing added to make Tiik Crab Orchard municinnl election ed. It began ruining heavily about noon, RjufKMiixii thfttnll B.lvor.vnrti. wntches. rosulted iu the olctlon of Ward Mooro which added gloom to the genera! stag- the county clerk, I J miles away, nnd an them go. If yon would see business come and spend a day with us. Aq., bought at A. It. Peuny'n wil. rin?8, for police judgd and of G. W. Lee for oxtra cerlilieate sent to the editor of the bo oitKraVed froo ol chnrEO. nation of biiHineps. Stanford JornSAL. How is this for good by two majority. mnrahal I neki) every cent due me now to bu y work'.'" PERSONAL POINTS. UxiiKK the new ediHdule thute will be my stock of goods, which I ahall shortly fjl havi: just returned from the cily n double dally oomittctiou from Otnuin-nn- tl Mlia. .Maiik HaiIDI.v in quite nick. open in tho new store, This ia intended with a very handsome lino of fall and in very ill Mus. Kitty Ann Rauqiiman to Middlwtboro via the Kentucky for every one indebted to mo. So plonso winter millinery, to which I cordially in- Shoes, Hats and Caps in the hands of Mr. H. C. Pedigo and our LaCentrnl division of the L, A X. of drojipy. call nnd Mttio. W. R. McUoberts. vite tho ladies of McKinney and vicini dies', Misses' and Childrens Cloaks, Dress Goods, Underwear, HoJ. 8. Cook, of Utirgin, ia visitnij; Mr. siery, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Laces, Ribbons, Trimmings, &c, in the Tiik Indies of the Halls Gup church loo Xuvluu. That Lancaster preacher, who assert- ty to call and examine. Thanking them will give n aupper thoro Saturday night, hands of Miss Annie Green, have doubled in sales in the last month. past patronage, I solicit a ed that the would open iu for Mil II. O. Faiiiuh and wifu went to the proceeds to go towards repairing the that plnco at 10 o'clock tho next morning We arc forging our way to the. front in every department. Excur Mrs. Green Moore. Somerset Saturday. church. Go and help a good cause nnd after the election if Saulley wns elected, sions to the Great Mammoth in Louisville don't effect us a particle. Mil J. P. Davis Is confined to his room The celebration will not take place to nt tho name time got n good supper. with sualtirinl fever. seems to hnve been mistaken. He'll night. A good many are opposed to any We not only save railroad fare but money but money besides. Come Mlia. M. K. Lord, of Louisville, is tho Tin: bluest mnn iu town is tho tepub have to got his whisky in Rattle Row, while others are anxious for a blow out, and sec us. Mra. Fanniu Green. lican who bnnteringly went around with still, if he gets it nt all. KiK'Btof nnd nt this writing nothing had been Mn. and Mna. IIorack Brown, of 150 to beton Harrison. It wan covered Ifhsdnt nil it 1). Wuakkn has sold to fully determined upon. Mn. Gkokok Cleveland, nro visiting rulntivea hero. for him nnd now he logos not only hia will occur Friday night. his brother, Mr. R. K. Wearen, his farmMiBaraKLLA May Saunmbiis nnd money hut his place on u whisky barrel ing implemunt, vehicle and feed busiuea? Handbomk window display nt Dnnks, Unllardnre viltlt) in Richmond. in n nt ill Iioufc. for cost. Mr. G. I), is undecided as to the Joweler'n. Miu. Maooik WnmiiT, of tho West IU'iiixn out of eight by the avalanche his future business but thinks lie will Knd, la visithiK hcrdaujhtcr,MrH. P. W. Mr. : Lewis of votap, CapL Herndon is probably too very likoly leave Stanford. .NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. tiroen. Having bought out the remnant of the stock of John 1$. Fosrcr, much dazed to know where he la nt, hut Withers, who has boon with the old of Ijouiaville, wna Mn. M. Samnoeii, I am now disposing of it at less than cost in the basement of Severwe'll wager he knows enough to wiah firm for years will continue, with the tc hilpln the boH in tho Louisville Store 77 ance's store, preparatory to that he hnd taken tho ndvico we give new. yrBlerdny. him duting the cmivnw to go homo nnd Ji'ixiK W. K. Vaiinon deaires us to Mil E. 11. Smith, of the Mt. Vernon amy there. I'er extraction of say tliHf, he Iihs decided not to yield to mitMr the pinl havo tetted IU teeth ant other Nnnl, honored tin with his presence virtue sutcint-lytoktwKurnry. K. C. MOHGAN, U. 1) S. With CapL Vest's and Rolwrt Fennel's the w)lioHtions of his friends iu this, &.C., Mnw J UN mi: Waiiuiik wont to Dn-vill- i iMua under oonmrnctJon, the of Itoekonstlo and 1'ulaski counties, to beIn the new storeroom of Mr. Withers, now ncaring completion. ' I yeaterdny to visit her ooufiiu, Mloa th Jots beiui fenetnl oil' ami the new come nn applicant for the collectoiship. : : Muiiu Worrtsn. lie has bfeon honored by his constituHigertUon oW, Hit am agent for and have on hand the Oliver Chilled Plows, Studebakcr street already laid Mit. J. II. MiLLuuiti back from the big old Rortmnn plmw addition looks as if ents iu a high manner and he intends to on, deed., Wagons and the Dicks Famous Feed Cutter. A executor or thh will or J. I.. XH blow-oitem It will indeed be an addition to our town, serve them faithfully and ask in Feder- w will sell un the premiH or in Louisville, h It will be to your interest to give me a call. whiuli by the way i imt than over. in tho State al appointment. 26, J". IK. ASIS3DA31iE. 9 Ueo. R. J'kabjsn, of Lexington, itnvnt for ita sine. TimsK aro the names of some of the at 10 a. in prempt, the Mlewiw: pnjfxrty: 9t, Saturday flud Sunday with his parents Yerllnt Morse, applicants for collector of internal revMil. J. R. Makhh, ol the I Work nti'1 frienfiN hero. llrood Maid, will be an applicant for the enue in this district: Judge W. K. WalMit. Annik Millkk nnd children, of 3 Cowt and Calve, JUL JOLki poet ollice at Danville, so ha lull an Ad- ker, IancH4tor; J. W. Hughes, Mercer, 4 Venrline ilnen, Owcnabfuo, aro Mtiuc her mot liar, I til HB,-tr- , vocate reporter. He filled it most cred Sid Rowland, C. II. Rodes nnd J. H. ttaep, Is now ready for everybody with a full line of Mrs. Suo Holmes. x horso Wc9 itably four years and but for loosing Rngleman, Datnille; A. K. Denny, LinMiu and Mkb. T. J. Kohtkh wont, over Stirrer auil Hr&M, Held we should coln, and O. II. Waddle, Pulaski. In Lot of Stack fodder. SHturdny to visit Mr. and Mra. Tom Met him from the journalistic he delighted to see him honored with Richmond every other man is said to he About too herein of corn Stuck of Hay, at the heap iliucWed, Ac calf, in office again. an applicant. Trmt Hixdr knowI.. on day ol talo. Ladies' and Misses Cloaks, Mn. J. P. Ha ilk V went to Hjdud Fri- the DAWSON', I I.. day to attend tho burin I of his uncle, DiA nkw schedule on the Kuoxvillo The friends of Hon. It. O. Warren, of Mr. Harrlflon Bailey. vision of the L. : X. went into effect Stanford, nnd they are numerous, are Mn. J. M. Garter haa returned from Sunday. The north bound day train anxious that he be made collector of inShoes of all kinds. Full stock of Boots for Men, Boys and Chil n visit to Ins daughters, who are attend-iiinow passes Stanford at 12:17 r. M., nnd ternal revenue for that district ero the LINCOLN CI K CI' IT COURT. drcn. Call and examine our goods and get prices. school nt Jellico. the Houth bound at 1:30 r. M.; the night robblus ntst again. Paris Kontuckian. J. M. Philips. &c, Plaintiff. v. Farmer Hank Mia, A. 0. Dunn nnd ohlldren and train aouth at 12:02 a. k., nnd the north Mr. Warren is proud of the compliment, Truit Co iltlu. Notice of lalu. Highest market prices paid for Eggs, Butter, Gensang and Dried , of Mis Renin McKinney went to Jellico at 3:17 a. m. Tho local freight passes at but he is not an applicant. He is for A. Parmer v.Hank Trust Co Arc, Stanford, Plaintiff Si.nooii R Cook Defendant. Fruit. On Crou Petition, Saturday to visit relatives. K. Denny for that position nnd n largo 7:4" a. m. and returns at 4:15 i. m. lly virtue of a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit W. 3E. majority of our citizens will endorse Court ruudeml in the above ilvled actions at the Mia Klla Watson, Lnnoiuiter'H hand ComOctober term, 1S7J, the undersigned Special Tiik editor of this paper can say what him. In spendoiiio and capable missioner of said court vill on only n fow democrats in tho State can In Louisville. ing a few days NOV. 25, 1892, Tiik democrats iu their thirst for ollice Rgv. Okoiuis Du.ni.ai' and wife left that he wants no ollice, Federal, State, Saturday for Sanlbel Island, Fla., whore county or municipal, nnd would not seem to havo gone wild. There are On the pnuniscs anil nt th rrsiJvnce of J Mat between tho l'hilips, In havo the best In the land that he is ca- candidates here for nearly every office hours of 9 a. Lincoln 4 county, Ky , public auction they will spend tho winter. m. and p. in . offer ut pable of tilling. He hopes to see all his from member of tho cabinet down, la th highest ami btst bidder the followiiiK de Mits. W.T. Williams', of Lexington, every other man or womnn you scrild real estate rituatcd In Mid county 1st A tract of land consisting ol is vlsitlnK Mra. James Milburn and her worthy democratic friends get what while Re calm, they desire, hut he'll ask no one to in- meet wants tho other relatives iu this county. It in several ISOAcros or Dk. W. M. IIi.ais, of Wllliamauuri, dorse him, either in bank or for of- ladles nnd gentlemen. months before Mr. Cleveland's inaugu- Ueinc the sam tract upon which J. M. Philips wan here yesterday. Ho is an applicant fice. there is a ration nnd there will bo some more now reside On this tractcommodiouslane, and delliDK-hoie- , a barn for the Williamsburg pont otlice. Cou D. G. Slauohtek ia nn applicant mont'iS before he can begin to t'irn the those improvements usually mcii nn n Mil W. J. lloi.AN and wife linvo refarm. "d. A tract cont'cuous to the aforesaid e and has for the Crab Orchard tract containini; turned from uu extended visit to rela- iaauod 1,000 sixth sheet bills announcing rascals out. tives in Missouri. Tiik will of J. Logan Davtbon was ad- 164 ACRES LAND, the fact. He bases his claims on his Mh. S. F. CiitiMKH, of Cuern, Toxsi, a Call and secure Bargains, faithfully discharge the duties, mitted to probate yesterday. Ho directs Or thereabout From this tract then is escepted ability to brother ofSquiie W. P. Crimea, was that he is a democrat and a son of a that the partnership between him and about acre, coneed by J. M I'M lips to 1R91. Dlitrict 19, POST-OFFIC- E 3EIOOM. elected circuit judge of hia district laat democrat, that ho has always voted tho his son, L. L. Dawson, bo settled by sale SkIiooIAt same timo March 38, there will be offered and place 3d. &ale a lot of personal propertp, coniiMlng of a of their property and after specifying for week. straight ticket nnd never before asked few horses, cows liojs uoU one W. A. Wood Cou W. Ci. Wkloii in an applicant for for otlice. He would till the bill of re- what shall be his wife's dower, lie di- temper vides his property equally nmoug his The undersigned will, pursuant to saul judgmirvoyor of the port nt Louisville. He quirements as well as tho next man. would (It ttte oHii-- and the ollice would children. Messrs. L. L. Dawson and ment, offr for xa'e at punlic auction to the highbidder In the town of Lancaster, Ky., tit him. Fkll DuAn.Saturday Mrs. Jim J. II. Rriglit are appointed executors. est and bestthe e and bewrc door on Mn. William Morula ni has rented Rroughton nnd her three little children Charles W.Terry qualified as adminisMONDAY, NOVEMBER, 28TH, tho Hnys property on Upper Main got on the train at Hazel Patch to go to trator of Mrs. Mary C. Terry. the lollowins described r.al estate, situated atreet and will move hia family to it the Crab Orchard on n vinit. A fow minLancaster. Gariaril county, Ky. in. The utes after takiug her sent she uttered a m tirst of the year. c 2. nUUGSrORK 11UII.OING AND LOT, now ... a 3 occupied by K, F. McKoberts and situated on Mn. John Piari,, our Loudon acrihe, slight groan and fell back dead. She 2 corner of I'ubllc Suuare and Ktchmoud Street, 2 2 53 0 tiMendirg back to X A Thompson's lot and a helped the louiaville boys to celebrate was subject to heart trouble and it is z?. :E 5. O frontlne a'oui 14 tect on rublic Njuare ad I c 31 ss and atopped over here Saturday from supposed that tho excitement of the zr. gs " '51 5": vacant LOT AnOlT 24 Icet front oil which was : " 2 formerly a occupied by Logan trip causod its failure. Tho oldest child : ono train to tho other. Ti ewer, situated on cast side of 1'ublic Square in .We are making. gold tho right to was hardly old enough to tell its nnme. I. ancaslar, Ky , bounded N by dru? stole and W. E. Si'Otbwooii haa lot aboe described, heretofore in occupation nt p'p'o o e 0 o p rtell bin quilting uttachment in thiscouu Tho body was brought as far as Livings I j IU H McKoberts, S. by a lot belonfrinK 10 estate of I. V l'hilips, The vacant lot 011 I 3rd 5 j W. Rullock, of Mercer, and wi 11 ton nnd returned. ty to J. uic Mto K side of I'ub'ic Suiureiu L.incarter Kv , formerly rc'upieil by E. w Lillard, bounded S. by for Richmond. leave today Rnoi'tiiiT Rack. Deputy snerfl' Sam I J. !! ficc building of National Hank of Lancaster, M. Rxv. a ni Mus. W. E. Ellis returned W. Menefeo arrived Sunday night with by lot neluiiginc to estate of L. V. l'hilips, ; from Glaacow Saturday nnd aro tempo P. L. Clifibrd,lato depot agent here, who : cred m B it of 3RMS: The personalty will 6be.sold on ainter-- ; I months, on notes bearing per cent, rarily at tlm Coll'ev House. They will wns indicted last court for embezzlement : est and i;ood security. Tho real estate will be go to houaekeeping shortly. wild on a credit of 6 and u minths in equal Install.OK in two cases, ono for $770 from tho L. it ments, the purchaser being required to give bond .SquiHK J. Jounson, of Hnrrodsbitrg, X. nntl the other (or $ 100 from the I i OO g good see irity, pajable to commisiioner, tsttOi. Q withinterest from date, having effect of a judgwaa here yeatenlay in the interest of Adams Express Co. The North Ameriment and also secured bv lien on the land. Judge Hughes for collector, and ho and can Guarantee Co,, which stands securiM C SAl'KLKv, Special Comrobvoner. 73 Mr. J. W. Miller, of Laucaater, paid ua n ty for nearly all the railroad agents for n . pleasant call. certain per cent., has been on the look Dii. W. F. Phillip and wife, of Clay, out for Mr. Clifford ever Bince ho left I will sell publicly on came down to her father's, Mr. W. II. hero and recently located him nt Hiu- m SHOES THIS SEASON. JiiiwiiJ-wsS-soii- ir week, w'hero alio will re- ton, V. Va., where he was night opera JohnBon'B, last 5C TUESDAY, NOV. 22, Q2, main Borne time, while tho doctor re- tor. A dispatch washent there lust weok 3 1( r:iKoitr nnd miles from Stanford on Stanturns to the medical lectures, nt niking if he was in Ilinton, which Mr. : fS ci e5 - Si is S & en - is g tl 1'reachcrsville turnpike, in Lincoln county ford the following property, to wit Six or j milk cows, Clifford received and turned oyer to the b Mrs. A. W. Caui'Kntuk drove in Sat- manager of the office to auawer. After : t3 p YoarlineStoors & Heifers urday and took Misses Tipton, Worley, obtaining a requisition from the govern' Kive brood mares, all bted to jacks, 2 woik mules, Howard and Whitman, of tho College or, Sam Menefeo went to Ilinton and lo 3 work horses, t 1... , a A Im. jtstttntftr tinrtin trnprA cating his man Boon had him in custody : S iiociei-is-MoeS : 21 Yearling Mules, Mares but 2, thnv enioved her charming hospital and brought nun thence without any y . . . !rl n About too good ewe, all been bred, also 3 ity till yesterday. Miss Summera was trouble, though he acknowledges he did : bucks, 6 fat hojt and about ao shoals. Housekinds, S ?. 3; ci :: 2 ;; 0 J-- co it S am receiving one of the most olegant lines of of tho Koss cutter, No. 11, prevented from going on account hold and kitchen furniture, not enjoy the trip, especially through J MILLLINERY ever handled in Stanford, selectSet Up in All Parts of Made and 350 bushe a of wheat, about 4a acres to the wants or this an iimesa of her slater, Miss Jennie Sum- the West Virginia mountains. The pris of corn in the shock, a lrm wagons, a nice liar-t- ed with Miss especisl viewof Cincinnati, an expeIN TUB JUDGE'S HACK. the Country. Nora Welch, ijood mower and all other tools trade. t la much better. mers, who rienced trimmer, is with me this season and I oner ia now iu jail, with bail to the Counties. No Agenta employed. Saufley. Herndon. used on a farm. ol $10 and undci, cash, Over that guarantee everything to bo In the latest and most Tkrms Sums amount of $1,500 required of him. This Boyle 115U ine uuin will take pleast-rtumouut C month's credit, with tutcrest, bond with approved tatnion goods, which I su iihm i,.v.. a W. ADAMS & SON, ' and examine my CITY AND VICINITY. 11 W 1W7 ia n sad ending of n young man of uiiu good security required. W. M. LACKEY, Garrard showmg. No. 41 Urosdvray, Lexington, Ky. ucgJB BAZLnv. Stanford, Ky. 1250 1577 miss sual promise, but in nearly every case Mercer A. G, Tnlbott, Auctioneer. 1182 1W4 Mat cuttkbs at McKinnoy ' Hros'. the auro ono for him who persistently Lincoln r brand now in dinner sets tarries with tho wine cup. Mr, Clifford Sombtuino 5474 4i84 Total SHOP. Beautiful CrayonJjPorlraits Free of Cost, tH) niAiaa in is ono of the fastest telgraph operators Majority nt A. A. Warren's Model Grocery. iu tho country, a splendid railroad man Uutchcr Shop 011 There were 34 ballots thrown out tor I liavo'ust opened a Those Buying;$10's Worth Goods Our cloak Btock, .by recont purchases, and as clever u ono as ever lived. He being marked in the wrong place. Twenty-f- Laiicasur street, where I will keep at all times And Country Produce, -complete. Severance A Son. ia fitill .Will receive FREE a harulsoine portrait ul their : 0VCE!-A.a?is also a Knight Templar nnd at the top ive : of them at least were put in by friends or any of their family, or for 5 cash will Hasopetvd his stock of roods and Is ready to serve He Is offer Stanford the obtained, which I A vkiiy "indcsirable" residence nnd In Odd Fellowship. Ho seems to think democrats, who made the cross in tho that can be I have a tine, new, will sell at the mar- furnish picture and frame complete, from.now till ine people ofof Ilargalnsand vicinity an J all who want unheard large refrigerator January.. .M ket for sale. Apply he will be ablo to get out of the very bad column, but not in the aquaro immedi- and price. will always be kept fresh and nice prices goods at the lowest possible STOREf Stanford meats B n r jju.ii i.a, ar htm on Logan Avenue, near Lauculcr pike scrape, but how he does not state. JULIAN Vl.ST 4IIIHU ately under tho rooster. r.t corner Main nnd Somerset Btreets. J Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Oahloaijoi llnio, cement and plaator nt W. II. Wonron & jUBt received Co.'a i Bkautipul, rich new goods for the hoi lays at Dunks, the Jeweler'a. in PLEASED R JJlwi LMyfclJ, Democrat or Republican. al REGULAR BEE HIVE Dor Clothing FornisniniGoDuBDoEs - bar-room- s continu-nncoofsam- e. m J. S. HUGHES. Vir-jjell- ne TO THE FUBLtIO Opening Out a fl il 3 IDEILSTTO. 1 l n i w Full Stock of troceries, r.t Hardware, Stoves, Sale of Personalty. ut rod-hott- t er iiiml . m Record-Homestea- d Saturday, November Jc, 1 1 Van Wo m inn7inY0 1 Staple Dry Goods and Dress Goods, :n t "I A M 1M 1 i . "Ji VI 11 in ,.,..,. Commissioner's , A-- Sale. Clothing for Men, Boys and Children, PERKINS, Crab Orchard, g A-- poat-maMe- FRIDAY, W.ajBcRDBBHTS. DEiTJGGIST, - post-offic- e. Thereabouts, well-kept wi'll-hiil- lt post-otlic- Record-Homeaten- d. OF Drugs, Toilet Articles, School Books and Stanford. BEAB OF one-ha-lf court-hous- iS-i- , SHOES. 111 -- --- t 53- store-hou- "0 I pop g tc-j- -tija . -- wu? J 1 A 8 SPECIALTY (. I o--- bear-In- r PUBLIC SALE! one-half LADIESbCHILDREN & us - - I r- A-- 5 ci 20 M'ROBERTS 1 HIGGINS. 01,-31- . ii. I I South-dow- TO THE LADIES. MONUMENTS ' I 1 horse-powe- r, ut 06 74-- td m i NEW BUTCHER first-clas- s General Mcrcliaiidise, sho-J- THE BEST S Btore-roomj- n CAslI-11AR1&- jo-t- ' a.. 3 i r r MHMMHaWW1V11KXHKaHBH T"tm.RVJV!jrT'Ji. ny: CT jry.r-nw. r P1""-1-- ill Semi-Week- ly .1 Interior Journal AT THE OLD STEAMBOAT m CAPTAIN. Published Evory Tuesday and Friday Mate, get ready down on defk, I'm heading for Ihe shorof I'll ring Ihe bell, for I must land This boat forevermere. Say. pilot, can you see that light I I can where angela Hand I Well, hold her jackitalf hard on that. For there I'm going to land. fclW hu not s i paid 32,50 will be charged." aOYAl Ei That leak like Death n. balling me. I'll tell the So ghastly, grim and pale; bell I must ge. in; I never passed a hall. An honest Swede tell his story In plain but hmgwige. tar the benefit of the pubHc. One of my children took a severe oeld and yet Ihe craap. I gave her a teatpoonful of Chatrber-kin'- s Ceagh Kenedy and in ftvo minutes later I grave her one more. My this time sho had to cough up the gathering tn her thioat. Then she went te sleep ami slept KOe-- 1 for nlteen minutes. Then she got up and vomited, then she went back to bed and Mept nood "ur the remnnder el the night. She got the croup thesecond night and I gave her the inmeremedy with the tame good result. I write this became I thiHight there might be some one in the same need ana not know the true merits of this teeaderlul medicine" (harks A. Thompseen, Ties Moines. Iowa tj and j cent bettles far sale by Dr. M L. lUturne, Pisggtst and Optician, Stanford, Ky JLAND FOR SALE. tn Tor &! II. 1. I 1 FARM FOR SALE. will soil privately my Farm ol je Acres on the Danville ftStanferiT pike, three miles from Sun ferd. It is well impmved, with dwelling of five reobvs, new barn and all necessary fiutl)ulldink. also has fine spring;. Call on me on the premises .1 r I'arty Acres of Land, 4 miles nford, half cleared, balance in timber, good orchard, two never failing springs, and u small heu( G. T. McROUKRTa. Mtf Twenty Bxiilclliijj Lots In the corporate limits of Rowland. DARST.JRowlsnd STRAY NOTICE. IFairaaa. U.h .. Wnnjj .1a ff Stop'.her; let hot eojie In stew ; There; that will do no merer, The lines are fait, and angels wall To welcome me ashore. Say, pilot, I'm going with them Up ) under through tho gate; I'M net come back yen ring the bell Ami back her out don't wait. Tor I have made the trip ol life, And found my landing place; I'll take toy soul and anchor that Fast to the throneof grace. -- Will S. Hays on death of Cant . White (From the selection! of the editor's dear, dead wife, and printed In loving memory of her.) Doslrod Information. U'e desire to fmpiess upon the"mimli e the pab-lithe superiority of Ihe service offered bs the WkseoniMn Centra! l.loei brtwicn Chtcagv and Milwaukee and St Paul. Minntapidit, Ouluth ami Two fast traliw Imk all poiats In the Northwest h Chicago daily for St Paul. Mlniienpoln and with Pullmnn Vesilluted Drawing Room Slcepersand Coaches of latest design lis Dining It Is the only route Car Service Is unsurpassed. to the Pacltic Coat over which loth Pullmaa and Fullman Tourist Carsaie operated trom Chicago via St. Paul without chanjre. Pamphelts giying valuable Information can be btfllned free upon application to your nearest ticket agent, or to Jas C. Pond, Geaeral Pasen-ge- r and Ticket Agent, Chicago, III. Da-lutd, first-cla- Bargain in Lincoln County Farm Taken up as stray, nbout a week ago, one white and black spelled lieg, spilt In lelt oar aim cren offrieht: weiirhi about see pounds. wwurr cat. I will sell privately my Farm of at Acraa, I mile get It "Y proving property and lmymc cnargea. from Crab Orchard, on the Nanmnl pike It is SAMUKLIIOLMAN. and well Improved with good dwelllftg, .itrtd Crab Orchard Ky. barn, land vineyard, water, e. Call on me on the premises or address me at Crab Orchard JOHN DK NAKDI. 6tl For Sal. Kk THE London, I 77 RILEY HOUSE P. n. H1LI3Y, Proprlotor, have moved la my new Hotel and am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public. Geod Livery attached and every convenience desired. Give me u call. 1 Kentucky. FRANK RII.EV. If sold before the istof January 151 Acres, rich, productive and well locate.). Apply t W. K. u.,9tanioni, Ny. Go to Earp's Art Gallery juur phetof rspha takan. with all the He .Veepa up And will To hare 1 FOB. mile BIHT. : Intcsl Improvements, gitejeu o-ty Notice to tho Traveling1 Public. .. ..1 hve had. . SPIeBNlLVin FARM, A J KARP.wanford good Mtlsfcctron THE SIIELTON HOUSE At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and have In connection with Hotel one of ihe best In the State, open day and night; a night man meets all trains. In owner lion with House have also one of the best Mineral wells in Ihe State and for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs . W. Patriek. Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Floyd Krin, Tenn., A. A. Warren, Stanford, I)r. II. h. Proctor, C. II. Ilraum. Mr. and Mrs T. AV. Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs F. II, Johnson. New Haven, Jim Coa, Orecnsburir. Rates St pel day. J M. i'tlrcy, clerk (live me a all I. W. CARRIER, Prop. POWDER Absolutely Puro r .: A Crram of Tatter Baking Powder. H ghest ol In leavening strength -- Litest United State , Government Food Report. ROYAL MAKING POWDKRCO, ork. 106 Wall street, New . IMJ H States. Alabama Arkansas California Colorado LOCAL TIME CARD. K. Connecticut Delaware Train naves Rowiand at 7 e a, m., returning Fioriila at 3 :o t. Georgia L.&N.aOCALTIMECARD. Idaho .taJjpm Illinois Mail tram going North pn Indiana South Express train' South ..." 35 P Iowa North- ..315 am 6 59 Local Freight North m Kansas .,-.- ...! The Electoral Vole. Cleveland. Harrison. Weaver. 11 S II 0 II Wm.Timmonf, postmaster ol Idavillc, Indiana, writes: "Uectric Hitters has uone more lor me combined, for that had than all other tnedii-ine' feelinif arising; from kidney and liver trouble.-Leslie, farmer and stockman, of same piar,e, John Dealer In saya: "Find Electric Hitters to be tho best kidney and liver mwlicine, made me feel like a new Domestic man-- " J. V. Gardner, hardware merchant, same town, says: "Electric Millets is lust the thing fer Confectioneries,. lc. a man who Is all run down and don't care whethHa with him a first elasi baker and oan lurni.h er he lieser dies; he found new strength, t;ood S; read, Cakes and the like oa short notice. appetite and felt jnst like he had a new lease on life. Only 5c a bottle at A, R. Penny's drug store. T r ClAKKJC. r. STRAUS, JR. s Happy Hooslora. Known as the I D Carpenter place, situated iK frum Hustenville. on the .Miiillrnurg ptke. The idace is well improved nod In a healthful lo cality. For particulars, address I .mum. 1010 Olive Street, Kaasas City, Mo. lll.ll'll.0 Fresh Groceries! -- in run- - Greatest Abundance -- Foreign and Fruits, V'y OK Til E- - CHOICEST - CHARACTER ATTIIE ICE .g.sro StjaFlfHri! for mi to 4 13 : M "3" 13 10 lo -- 18 -- The lattertraias alo carry passengers. The akove iscalculated 00 ttandaid time i me i about so minutes falter QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTS. South ."S "P Solar Trains pass lutirtlon City as lollows: Fast .V C Special ia:s5 ci..th.lHiid-- 0 Mail H.53 P- m ; New Orleans Limited 3:30 p. m.; Special 8:40 p. m. m-- ! ' C. Special 3:06 Grass Special :oo a. ra. ; Cincinnati Limited 3:30 m. p. m.; Fast Mail Blue-Gra- ss North-bound-- i NOTICE, This Is to notify the public that I will prexecute any person that hires, emptors or harbors G. A. Hays in any manner. J. t. Hays. DR W. B. PENNY" Dentist. Office South side Main street, in office recently .acated by Dr. L F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. J i i Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co if Miners and shippers of the GENUINE Original Jellico Coal Trv it. We are the sole agents for fctanlora ana Rowland. OflUe iorner ol JJepot street ana rau- roadrossing. inoGINs A WATTS. S Louisiana Maine 8 Maryland Massachusetts ,0 Michigan. Minnesota. Mississippi ..17 Missouri.... Montana Nebraska Nevada Now Hampshire.. -- SU Now York 10 New Jersey North Carolina.! 1 North Dakota. 1 Ohio Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina...'.) South Dakota Tennessee -- lo Texas Vermont 12 Virginia Washington West Virginia.. .0 12 Wisconsin 3 Wyoming 1- Kentucky 0 During the epidemic of La1 Grippe lait season Dr. King's New Discovery for CsxtsumpMo. Ceughsand Colds, proved to be tho best remedy. PRACTICAL.... Reports from many who used It confirm thi statement. They were not only quickly relieved, bat Steam tne disease left no bad after remits. We ask yosi to give this remedy a trial ana we guarantee teat Dealers in all kinds (if Iron and firsts Goods for you will be satisfied with remits, or the purchase steam and water Sanitary Gwxli of all kinds. All price will be refunded. It has no eiuat la Grippe, or any Throat, Cheat or Lung- trouble work guaranteed against defective Materia) and $7 Trial bottles tree at A R. Penny's Drug Stoic workmanship Large battle, joe and Ji. La Qrlppo Again. 3QO STRAITS and &ICO., WEST PRICES. Plumbers A full lino of tho Choicest Fruits and Vegetables and Swan's Down Fitters. Flour can bo had at ..u ui.L.lst te cents, and under jo pounds at the rate of ;t cents. I call special attention lo Ihe John Frenner II rowing O 's C4ebratd I. X. I.. Deer, for which hi larntsti in eitue' htg er siottle. awarcni. Write for prKes. K. HKEMKR, Stanford, Ky. I will deliver lev every murniiijr anil wlrknilw tat aanlt ru lot pounda at the rate of beer. U famlUe A In ijf John II. Castleman. O. Lankan a - JESSE D.;WEAK15N'S Terms, 30 Days. Goods Delivered Frco of Charge J :t ri Jlany old soldiers wlto contracted chrvnlc while in the service hare since been perms noutly cured of it by Chsmberlain's Clxdic, Cb.4 era 'and Dlanrho-'- a HemHly. Fur sale by l)r. M L. Ikurne, Druggist and Optician, Stanford, Ky dUr-rhi- FOB IREITT. A Good, Comfortable Residence, On Danville street, Ooed garden, cow pasture, jard, water, Ac. Applv tt ROYAL Insurance Company, OP I.IVEKI'OOX.. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY Buclclln'aArnlcn Salve. ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin cruf-tlsand poittively cures piles, or no pay requir ed. It is guaranteed to invt. perfect satiifacttec, Price 35 cents prr boa. or money refunded. For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. The best stive in the world tor cuts, braises tores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap ns 5 ; lR HUOII RKID. or MRS. Bfc.TTIE P. AI.FORD ) ij;t Capital Stock. Surplus .3200,000 BARBBK&CASTLEMAN 20,000 MANAGERS, rlv 22 "4 4 For lame back there is nothing better than to saturate a rlaunel cloth with Chamberlain' Pain Halm and bind it on the affected parts. Try 11 and you will be surprised ait the prompt relief it affords. The same trvatincn will cure rheumatism. For sale by Dr. M L. llourne, Druggist and OpticuM, Stanford. Ky aaC3sBsV A. S. PRICE, SURGEON DF.NTIST. street, Stanford. Office over Severance & Son's Store, Main I Two Unusually Good Offers. REAL CHRISTMAS GIFTS. 956 pages of Totals ROWLAND, KV., 271 155 17 DEATH'S DOINGS. The largest, raciest, stronger.!, most varied and nt Ispahan, Persia, Nov. entertaining weekly journal in the world. -- Hon. Laban T. Moore, Second To all who will send Js will be sent BOEELL, EUSTIN Senator, a leading mem- Town Tonics and "Tales from Town 'I oplcs" from date until January 1, 1S94, covering 5 Nos. of the STANFORD. KV., ber of the late constitutional convention inimitable quarterly (regular price t jo) and 14 House, Sign, Decorative Painter and a lawyer of ability, died at Oatletts months of the greatest ot family weeklies, regular price $4 per year. UsTTake one or the other offer at once, and reburg Friday, aged 64. and Paper Hanger. postal notes, orders or New York Exchange mit Estimates furnished. of to iu solicited. TOWN TOPICS, Country work Hon. Harrison Bailey, a brother ! West ajd Street, New York 7j tho late Judge Winfred Bailey, of this J.H.YEAGER place, died at Bagdad, Shelby county, I. M.11RUCK. aged 81. Mr. Bailey was ono of the best YEAGER, TO THE PEOPLE OF BRUCE known menlin that section. He had stable, represented the county in the Legislafsed ture and was sheriff for inany.'years. STANFORD, KY. jolly old Copt. Tom - fleet July 1st and reWatterson, is dead and many citizens of AND VICINITY. The above firm went imrthe patronage ofthe spectfully asks a Stanford, where he lived for a long time, public. feel genuine regret. He was a brother NEW RIGS AND HORSES of the Hon. Harvey Watterson, father of I am offering you a the distinguished editor and for a numHavsibMM purchased and nothing but stable turniNits will leave th ber of years had been general western agent of tho L. & X. at St. Louis, in Give 17 which city he died. He srved in thn rv.fo,lftrnt urmv. whore he cot the MYERS MOUSE title of captain. DEALER IN CROCERIES, HARDWARE, H. 0. Armatronji, a brother of John hl Moots and Shoe, Cigars and Tobacco. counwlio married one of Oapt. by the barrel. Will take IUvct Salt for .ale market price. S. Anngtronp:, try produce in exchange for gnpds at Hmd head ToWhite's (lauRliterp, is dead at F. J. I am also agent lor the old reliable goods in baccos and will keep a full line of these Stanford Louisville. stock, and all I ask of the merchants of I will Child, the -T- heodore and Rowland is to give me their orders andprices, put tho goods in their houses nt Factory 1 ask a literary man and foreign representative 'r v.. !,. it,, nubile for liberal natronaee, J"r,?J,,,enl of Harpers', publishers, died of cholera coutlnuonceof same, and " J, II. IKU1V4', S7"'y servant. 2. well-known tions, First The great Holiday Number (enlarged to that brightest of quarterly publica"TALES FROM TOWN TOPICS," Out December ist. alUnows and railway trains, price ,so booV stancVand cents, will be sent To alt who send $i for three months' trial subscription to TOWX TOPICS. 5 ex-Sta- te Attention of the public is invited to the fac Ooramcrce Building; Louisville that this Is tho mly Naiwnal Hank in Slanfc Jnder ihe r.revistcs of the National Hank Act Agrats thrsHigbeutthc South. the capital by Immense stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, depositors are sreured nat small Fruits, Shrubs, Vines and PUnu. Prices stock, bntbv Ihe atokhoJdw' liability ler an that depottterc ol low. We have no agents and our profits cease amount equal to the stock, this Institution art secured by a fund of 00,000. where theirs begin. General aud Strawberry CatFive swam statements of thecondilion of the bank alogue eti application to arc made eaeh year to the United Stales governII. V. HILI.EN.MHY1XR, 7 STANFORD. KV I.exmgum, Ky ment and Its assets are examined at slated lists by government agtats, thus securing additltoaa andperfect safety to dsposileis. This institution, originally established as tna TIIK STAN! R1 then Deposit Hank of Siaaferd la ued as Ihe National llank ol Stanford la 1J65 and s the First Natiaaal llank ol again SUnlerd in iSfls, has had pracuaaHy an uninterHaving dissolved partnership, we arc very de rupted esistencoof is yoats. It Is better supplied now with lacllitles for ttausaetiliitlHsiinsssprampt and all customsirous of settling wr old leng and Has contracted wtthrespaiitible firms lorlla plants ers ladeaitcd to II. K. A W. II. Wcaren will find ty and liberally than ever before in Us and will have the Ice and Klectrlc Plants comi.le-tw- l cerporatlans, Accounts their aeeounu with W. II. Wearen A' Co., at Ihe Sonarableeareer. Individualsof respectfully solic-te- d. in about slaty dasa( the Water Plant soon a f. films and ter. same place of btssiness. Pleaie call and settle. In order to place indtsidual contracts in adII. K & W. II WEARttN. 71 The Directory ol this Hank is composed ot vance for Water and Electric Ugh l, the Company offers the following: T. J. Foster, otStanfnrd; Neeestary waler pipes will U) hid, connected lo Ferestus Retd, Lincoln county; mains at actual oest lar rnps and work. J.W. Hayden. Staalotd; Electric wires put In and necessary fixtures fur nished free ol charge 5.11. IlaughmaB, Lincoln, To be of brat quality and guaranteed to give M. J. Miller, Mt. Vemon; satisfaction. S. T. Hams, Lincoln; Tha schedule of adopted rale is frwnjciajo per cent, lower than is usually given J. S. Hocker. Slanferd; O A. Lackey, LiaeeJo; Schedule of T P. Hill.Stanford. Rates. W. G. Welch, Suafordt Dwelling of j rooms, one faucet Articles to Suit Most Fastidif 5 00 W .P. Tate, Staalord. . .. . lach additional room.. .. 50 OFFIIKKS: ous. A complete line of r.aclt additional faucet...... 1 cm States, Hanks and Private Offices, laucct... j cu I.S. HocVer, President; Hatha, private, one lauceL. j cu Juhn J. Mc Roberts, Cashier; Hose attachment lor sprinkler 509 A. A. Mc Kinney, AssisUnt Cashier. Stables, private, one animal ... a 04 Each seditions) animal 100 Orchard, Lawn, Garden. W. A. THIBBLE, LocaI Ayaat, DISSOLUTION NOTICE. ii. Water,LightandlceCo. bin, BANK lo) THE JEWELER, the Yearly Water 1 Watches, Clocks Farmers BanMTrnst Co. Is now Electric Light Rates. For commercial use: One arc and tstice t c. p. tneandesaent tamp year ft a 7 v Per r i. .tw c. p. tMOh tnssanslesasnt light, per mo. fa r .. .. . M 5 Jewelry And SILVERWARE. Complicated Watch Repairs and Artistic Engraving a Specialty. All goads OF STANFORD.. KV., fully orgaalied and ready far business with - Paid up Capital of & mn mm -- HUSTOSrVTLLE sJd engraved tree of chatge. Big-hearte- fieTYerpatrona;c respectfully settcitcd. first-cla- n tlicin a Call. A Great Bankrupt Stock Or --- . p. W. GREEN, Prop. TkaattabW, which is run 11 connection with the Myer House, hus been supplied with wafl-kww- A Now Lot of Kor&es, Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, U .uuiroer'sSuppl S propai FIRST-CLAS- os and Is boiler than ever supply the public with exchange says that it is an ttditorV duty to spank of his town asthts loveliest place Iwuealh the blue arch of! Heaven. Sptwk of a deceased citizen iwa "fallen oak" wheu Oall.a man a promhe dies of inriitential citizen when vo u inent and know he is tho bst poker player in town. Speak of a little street Arab as a An Kiitok' Doty. An BOOTS AND SHOES Fur Vleu, I.adlc an .1 i'un-jitm- Mtdren M-- o Hats, Caps, Clothing' And RIGS OF ALL, KINDS. I, big-foote- ) . . i f ; . i ) d i I ; me, 13. i Personal and pinrapt attention given to Weddings, Parties and llurials. P W. GREEN, Proprietor. AL. BURNS. Manager. THE GOFFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY., Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, ELKIN -! The Duke of Marlborough, whose In this town and . is now gThi Iletel, renovuted ami refurnished, aa as to last wife was the Widow Ilammersley, I intend to conduct it In my charge and late Commodore Cicero FILL of tho WITH GOODS. cot only maintain itahich reuuUtion, but to add daughter to Us long list ol friends. Special accommodaPrice, a native of Garrard county, Ky. n r'foms.ror or.. tions for commercial truvelers and was found dead in his room at London thedlsploy of samples, and a postmorteni examination reveal- PWl! FAD, FASHION AND FANCY. Saloon A First-Clas- s ed tho fact that his death was due to attached, And RILLIARDand POOL ROOMS calcereous degeneration of tho largo vesJOSEPH COFFKY. f Don't listen to the tales of other merchants. sels of the heart. Tho Chronicle says of late Duke of Marlborough him: "The :" was by habit a breaker of the moral law, No old worthless stock by desire a fouuder of economic laws. ancestry it was Highest cash market price paid He was a man of whose said he proved false to every woman and for And sell tbo same and every cause with which it was connect- whether you want toold way.not.CallIf goods see me, buy or are not aiufactory I will exchange them cr refund the tho late duko was not connect- money. ed. But ed with many causes. Nothing, howevisox-OMOKs&c, at er, but good of tho dead is the fashion of r, the day, bo we may say of his later years MAIN STREET, & CO., M. F. that they were an improvement on his - - KY. earlier ones." STANFORD. KY. ,vr . . JOSEPH COFFEY,;iPror. woman ass a the beautiful and accomplished briile. Call the man'.who has a few dusty bolt of calico aud a soldier's blue coat, a prosperous and experienced dry goods merchant; call a lawyer a leading light of whom tho profession should be proud when you know him to be an ordinary pettifogger. newly-marrie- ' CEKTS' MEWi shipping to me. GOODS. dall.C Junction City Marble&GraniteWorks JUNCTION CITV, KV. Have just erected a new Marble and GranlM House and am fully prepared te fill orders for all kind nt Marble and Ornnite work. I have in my employ skilled workmen from the East. My freight facilities can not be excelled and I will not be un deraold. 3$ JOE S. WRIGHT I have buyers In the Eastern cities who are I HAVE COME TO STAY I And when' the blue olrds come WILL BUILD A TEMPLE IT j7-t- .CASH I My Goods Are ITow, merclaJ Hotel, I am Havln iip removed my llarber Snop to the Cow Jos. Prepared to Accommodate Ladies as well as Gentlemen, In anything- they may wish in my line. also waited on. Call "n me. - Chil HtJSTONVIIXE, m iflu w F' T JESSE THOMPSON, lo Commercial Hotel. wtVul For st . SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL yj f I HANK OK STANFORD, W " 4th" " " " m. Now closing up) with ihe same asssuaud under For each he same management. Ferfurttier iaferwatian, apply to a Ily provisions of itschailcr, depositors jut ae-fully prelected as aie depositors in National J W. !IAVIiBN,Sun't,&c. Hanks, IU shareholders being held Individually h.Mr to the extent af tha amount of their stock therein at the par value thereof, lu addition 10 the amount invested In such shsres. It may act as executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual. To those who entrusted their tmisiness to us while mnaging- the Lincoln National Hank ol Stanford, we we here tender smr many thanks and trust tbey wili continue to trasuact tbeir buuneat Ky. with us, tttfering as a guarantee far proeapt attention to same, oar twenty yaars wfunnKt in I have ,,ti,te a number of FARMS I accewmedatteiit as are can- bankm? and as liberal ra.e ol Ihe Lands in l.lniouit ur,lv scrysHssi h intent with wsiwl bonking. w,u improved an. 00 I an I A res rscn Unas, runninir in .lie irem 40 lu MHBM.TSHIS. CaMsasd artntrihcio alliy, Ih.ir rirhii.M ami irr j J. WUHasiis, Mt. Vonsoa, slitr of !, the cotivesiMSice of tump4l and rail J. M. lMLatsaassofd; rSMM that hnng asarkets rtjrht U ourilnu, they are cfeaajmr than ism Laisds aaay other lOunty m J. S. Owt4y, ssHsfaHst ; lite Stat. 1 li.ro is srartely a Farm in the uuii S J. Kmsry,9aiMs1; 1 miles from a isaaut. ty J. it Lynn, Stanford; The cuuiuy is chocked with turnpikes runmu n A. W. Carpeater. Milkndgevilla, inevery ditectsofi Thatc as not a public tvriOK the loniity saat that M bhH Macadamiitl J. F. Caah, Staaford, We have ihe Knoxville Rranrh ol the L Jr N ( WiHsam Gooch, StaatAfd.Ky K. dividing tha cosinty from Kaal to West aarl the C. S R R frsHN Norsk to itirath; the K C. R R II. SOasslu, President. trom this place to CisKinaati, crasstig theC. & O j H Owsley, Cashier. at Winchester, giving fall access to the markets ol W M Hrlght, Teller the wl.'jle world. Hordes, we have thirtt jarxe Flour Mill In the county that give us a market """ V- fur all our gram right at homev and Ihe develop IsattaasA mcniol-th- e mountain regions el Uastcrn and Kentucky bv all roads and the out Sonlh by railroads has created nail a demand let A7 C'sssssLsa&.V f rall kinds af cereals and tirovemler that wecan scarcely retain enough ter homcconsumptiOD. 'I he people ate prosperous, generous and, kind, 'iclicving in Christianity and education. 1 litre Is not a neighborhood In the county but has a gcou ciiurcu anu ecountr settlor Lincoln, u a pro-t- y &tanliru, of about 1,100 mhab.tanU and it tierous little duorwav ftom the North and North ilia crcat east bouth and from Ihe Northwest to .Southeast, and standing as It does ganng right into the bos oin ofthe undeveloped mountains of Southeastern Kentucky backed up by the whole region ol the Stale with railroads running through It to all points ofthe compass, makes It naturally one of thcUcst located towns In the South for manufactures aud other enterprises of magnitude Water Works are now being azttaled and right above the town about laaBassssssssssSasVsasassifliiiV of a mile i KCf"' j PTsseaBsraassjJjWBl there could be erected Water Works with very liltlecostthat would supply a city of 150,000 inhabitants with the purest and best water in the world Our little city has bean newly rebuilt in Ihe last few yeariand its business house ard res Idcncrs will compare with larger cities of greater pretensions. Our merchants and tradesmen aic alt 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 Urge brick building, with over 100 pU pill in attendance and under the prlncipalship ol Prof. J M. Hubbard, is In a flourishing condition. We also have a Seminary that Is a good school, with Prof. H. F, Johnson, at its head Wa have one of the oest Public School buildings ir, this section of the State, with over 100 pupils m attendance, and with other good private schools ' you see our school facilities ore excellent Doaler in the above Wo have elegant church bullnings, representing denomination, with Hogs every .class talent .ind are a full corps 01 tninttieri Orders for Oattlo, Sheep doing a better business of lias Solicited. Stock Cattle and Sheep a specialty. than any class of men in the city. I have tried to maku this statement as facts Persons having any of the above described sioek for sale or wishing to purchase same, will do wv.ll without anv exaggeration or coloring, as those to call on or addross me An experience of fifteen who know will bear rro out, and thoso who wish years in this business has been of Jprofit to me and to buy pleasant homes at fair prices and locate I think I can make it profilablu both to the buyer amonjc a good people with all tho best surroundand seller P O address SUnford, Ky, too ings, would do well to call and see me before pur Office at the Myers House. chasiDg elsewhere 1 ll Surplus, . - - $200,000. 19,000. - 3' 11 lie landect For Residence Use? lamp per mo .. . t i. xr. t. BtrsH. - REAL ESTATE AGENT Stanford, iMteruuii'i srr ral South-easter- n 1 KllUsll-IIOUI- fl, llluo-Grat- a f thrco-foiiM- '- ,! i WILLIAM MORELAND, and 'v &v AMJiiiMJMMBBEJsMifcM in 1 L ImS Jftft ' fc. -- ' w 'g.ws ssj?wviHr m imtdn r mi i wn r--- -- fm ' "' ' r tf n in mfmbmi tm mm .SmB4diA sweas fa