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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892112901 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. --JF O0 u Q, K ' Semi Weekly Interior vol. xx. MATRIKKJHIAL STANFORD, KY.f TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 29. 1892. MATTERS. DANVILLE. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY CRAB ORCHARD. i -- Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Vlsli vlsitodj The "I'midoM Party" nt tho resl- Dr. W. L. Morgan iiml Minn Myrllo their daughter, .Mrs. Cochran, nt Mays-- ; denco of Dr. IJ. F. Walter, on Friday SiunluuUy, of East ItornHtnilt, wrro mnr villo Inst weok. uveiting, for tho benefit of the Metho- rteil Sunday at tlo PrcHbyturUn church Tho Centre College football loam do- - dist church, was well attended. Music there. feated tho University eleven, Cincinnati, ' was furnishod by the cornet bsnd and Alex Julian, tho blind brotlmr ol Thursday, 21. Score 34 to 0. n considerable sum realized for tho Judgo Ira Julian, of Frankfort, doped Tho wife of James Taylor, marshal church. Suitable rdfroshments were to Losingtou with bin iiotiMkcieper, Mm. of Hustonvllle, who killed Win. Powers, wrvod and all enjoyed tho entertainHerudon, and married her. Friday, was Miw M.uy Newlin, of Dan- ment. John MoSorloy.n rhlUdclplitiiBtHiet ville. Tho funeral of Judgo Walton lvison IS. II. Fox put up Saturday morning took place Thursday afternoon and after car conductor, hns boon marrbid 11 tlmra and elRbt of bis wives aro now living. his first woathar Hignals. They signified religious services at tho residence conHo ix ovldontly trying to imitate Urig-ha- "local showurs, followed by warmur clear ducted by Kev. J. H. Teroy nt tho Pres- Judge Moore has haon duly sworn in and is very busy now. nUending to Ills duties and looking very dignified. H. t'&i. 1 L npples from Crab Orchurd to Shelby ville Ind., apples in thnt country being a fail-tiro tills year. Mr. C. C. MoOluro shipped a ear-- . For "He who thinks strikes deepest and strikes safely." Don't say load of hogs and one of cattle to Cincin- - Special offers an chestnuts. The morsel of bread at your plate is a nati Wednesday. vHo pild from 4 to 5 chestnut, still "Would'st thou not hunger without it'" Listen here a cents for hogs and L'i to U cvnts for the few minutes. cattlo. Wednesday noon tho houm of J as. weather." And they weren't fulfilled, byterian church, the remains were es- Lawless liiiriifd to too ground. U was Yonnn. Tho HnrrodsbtitK Suyinas la nntbori-t- y oithor. Kl corted to tho cometery by the Odd Fel- occupied by W. O llnnxfonl mid was un Mr. Sidney Wortham, the railroad lows, prcoeded by the Lancaster Cor- insured, for IboHtiUement. that Jui1jb John W. tins is ttie Aucoud tuna in a HujjheB will tako unto liitunulf a wife on agent, who wan assassinated at Jellico, net Band. The music wa excellent and year Judge Hansford has been burned of December, in tho person of Thursday niglit, was a member of It van tho services at the grave were impreesivo oat. This time he lost most of his Ladies' Shoes, 35 cents and up; Standard Colicos, 5 cents and up; tho Miss Alma Kobinaon, a highly nceom Comuiaudery No. 17, Knights Templar, and appropriate. goods. fee 22 cents and up; Dress Goods, Wool, 25 cents and up. Wc pliabed lady. The ceremony will bo In of Danville. lie wns initiated hero nnd Tho Presbyterian church was filed Keoley Institute is again on a lead all in Finishings, R. R. Men's Supplies a specialty. We are the parlors of the Louisville Hotel and had many porsonal friends among tho on Thanksgiving day. Tho services boom nnd new recruits aro coming in headquarters for all kinds of tliucouplo wllllonvo next innming for Masonic fraternity at Danville. of music by the choir insisted by daily, while those who are cured return I r$ ChiociL'o. Solomon say in bin Proverbs Saturday singers from all tho churches. Tlie ad- to their homes to begin life John Httmnor got drunk "WIiomo llndeth a wife fludiitli a good night at MrKinney and tried to take the dresses were short and divided as fol- quite interesting to read : thluR," and wo hope thnt our friend will tow u and had only taken about lows: 1. "Hiasons for Thanksgiving by licautltul letters written back to .the in- bo so happy that It wn't matter with Crockery, Quccnsware, Sec, always on of It when Marshal Frank Kills by the Nation;" response by Kev. Green stituto ly graduates. They would bring Tinware, Salt, Stove-Pipinhim whether ho nuts the Federal olllce nabbed him and brought him to tho of the Methodist church. 2. "Keasons tears to the eyes of a demon. Only hand. Oh ! what fine buiscuits this he is after or not, though ho desorves a Danville jail to sober up. Sunday for Thanksgiving in the Church;" res- thoso who live in tiiis vicinity can real good one. morning John couldn't recollect what ponse by Kid. J. C. Frank of tho .Chris- ize the grind surcoss of the Keeley treatTho mnrri:iK of Mr. I.nther H. Uiv ho had done. Ho was takort buck Mon- tian church. ;l "Hsasons for Thanks-givinj- ment. ens, an excellent youiiK man, Into of this day evening for trial. in tho Home;" address by Itov. J. Crab Orchard people aro beginning Makes. Try it. We have Fish, Oysters and Celery - every Friday Wc buy hides, furs, feathers, eggs, &c- Lookout for county, to Miss Lllllo Yoiini:, n popular Maurice Long, of the 1). ami I). In- K. Tercy of tho Presbyterian church. their annual move. W. K. Perkins baa and Saturday. belle of Versailles, was dulv and prettily stitute, owns the pistol with which Dr. The Bpeoches were appropriate and moved into tho Armendt property. W. our immense line of Xmas goods. They are coming to Rowland. All celebrated Thatiksjjlvinj,' oveniiii:, but Kvans killed Jesse Hill, at Lancaster, lioubilees met the approval of the entire O. Haneford has taken the Garuett kinds of fine Quccnsware, Decorated Lamps, &c, &c. Candies, cakes wo learn from the Lexington l'rew that during tho famous fond ma- audience. Tho services commenced at house. Mr. and Mrs. Davie Huflman, fruits, &c. Give us a call before buying, as we can save you money. a sco no occurred afterwards, not down ny years ago. It somewhat resembles 10:30 a. i. and concluded at -' M. The who occupied the Garuett House, have Respectfully, on the billH. Among thoso present whs the horse pistol, but is a day was appropriately observed by the gone to Danville, Ind, to spend the a man named Shouse, a nephew of Kid. little longer and a better weapon. It has people generally. winter. Mrs. Kva Ward has rented hor Is a J.S Nlmuse, of Lexington. He Mis Jessie Atkinson hail returned property to Mr. W. S. Beazley and sho a percussion lock and looks like an accu discarded lover nnd had boasted how he rate shooter. Mis Myra Ows- will board at the Harris House 'next St. Joe, MiMouri. to would kiss tho brido as soon as the cere The deer hunters returned from ley, of Hubble, Is visiting her cousin, year. Mrs. Suo Holmes' family will mony was porformed, and this had come Tennessee Wednesday night. They had Miss Mertio Wilds. Miss Lizzie Simp- move into her property now occupied to the cars of Mr. Given. As jjood as a good time generally and killed 12 deer son, of Marksbury, is the gunst of Miss by Mr. Beazley. his word Sliousu walked boldly up to and plenty of smaller game. J. M. Bai- Carrio West. Mr. Kirnest Sprague Our little town has been very gay J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. tho bride, w(thoul even saying if you ley killed one deor, J. T. Bailey two, A. spent Thankcgiving with Mr. Casey Ows lust week. On Thursday night a delight6U1, 1892. please to the groom, ami Hung his arms W. Kastlnnd two, G. T. Helm two, Wil- ley. Misses Allie Walker and Sue Doty ful cindy party was enjoyed at Mrs. around the beautiful girl, and before she son Mitchell onit. Wayman Woodeo four. visited Mm. Joel Walker last weok. Moore's, after which dancing waa inMuilc and Full corpi of Cunwrvatory nJ N'onnil School teachen. superior courses in hail even time to blush he bad stolen as Georgo llfnfro, who wont with tho par Miss Mary Burusido entertained her dulged in until a late hour. Friday An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circular furuihed nn application. plump a kiss as over naughty man stole ty, but who did not hunt with it, wbilo young friends at a candy pulling Satur- evening a quiet prty was held at the from the luscious lips of a beautiful wo at his father's 15 miles distant killed a day night. Chtrlio Frisbie, of Centre residence of 0. C. McClure, where those man. Hut the smack which followed fino buck. College, has been home for several days. who did not dance had a nice.social reHounded louder than the kif8 and It did Mr. Kd Fox has an alligator a foot Miss Nellie Dillion has returned from a ception nud those who danced enjoyed not come from the pretty hand of the and a half long givou him by it friend, visit to Stanford. Miss Kllou Owsley is themselves at tho home of Col. D. G. brido. either,r but from tho clinched Hat who brought it from Florida lait Hum- visiting in Louisville. ... Mios Fannio Slaughter, where as usual everything of tho groom. Ho smashed his defeated mer. During one of tho cold nights last Gordon, of Hebron is visiting her sister, passed off lovely. rival and smashed him hard. too. Of week tho email tub of water in which Miss Prudence Gordon, at Garrard ColMiss Bose Stuurt has returned home shallj kecpj constantly on During the year 1892 I course Sbooso attempted to hit back, but tho 'gator slept froze up and tho 'gator In lege. Mr. W O. Dunlap will Bpend tho looking exceedingly well after her stock of grabbed and taken away, lloforv ho whe morning waB unable to move, tho' winter in Florida. K. K. Higgins, of lengthy visit to various places in Ken- hand a full and complete was left he apologized to loth brido and still alive. Since luing thawed out ho Louisville, was here last weok. tucky. Mrs. J. F. Holdam and alster groom, through tho InBtance, it Is said, is as good as new. If any one says that The party ; given by Mr. Frank are visiting in Xoblesviile, Ind. Mrs. of tho brides father. Tho affair has cre- the night referred to was a hot ono the Marksbury was heartily enjoyed by a James Fish has returned home from sted quite a sensation. It won't do to alligator is prepared to reply that tho al largo circle of the youth and beauty of Bed House aud reports her daughter, fool with a Lincoln county boy, eopoo legation is false and that the allegator at tho town nnd vicinity. Everything Mra- Dr. Black, convalescent. Miss Ora ailly after h has had a Harrodsburg least knows it. passed oil" pleasantly, the refieshtnenta Wilmore is visiting her mother, Mrs. F. My stock of training. It docs not often occur that a Van Ptdt Uat week wero excellent nnd tho music charming. W Dillion. Mr. Arch McKinuey, Jr., man has to prove bo quickly his sinceri- made his yearly visit of inspection to Tho reception committee, consisted of ia visiting nt Mr. John Buchanan's. Misa n ty ia the promise to 'protect' tho s at Parksvllle, Gnno, Misses Mary Miller, Nell Marrs, Allio Minnie Kdmiston haa returned home af the waa'uot Faulconer, Allceton, Perry ville, , of bis choice. Mr.Glveiw Marksburv and Mesirs. John 'Fara nnd ter a very pleasant visit to Miss Maggie Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my "customers ol critical moment found wanting at the Mitchellsburg, Alum Springs, John Anderson. Mr. MarkBbury wbb Tucker, at Maywood. drompt service, low charges and courteous trcatmentjfMr. Thomas Occasional. , nor will be, no guarantee, be iudif- - Junction City, Sholby City and 1 1 A. R. PENNY. DALTon in charge. assisted in entertaining by bia sister, erent to the rest ol ttio promise 10 Ho found Miss Bessie. CHARITY. all in Uoylo county. Among those present lovo and cherish till death shall part them all in sood condition and so re- wero Misses Florenco Harris, Jonnio I f thou tee brother coming, ported. By tho end of the next fiscal Burusido, Hallie Herring, Kntie SimpHentilnj sadly 'ncatb hit load, Miss Julia Hryatt year, which will bo March :tlst next, it -The marriage of Do not hute to add unto it, son, Lizzie Simpson, Carrie West, Della Or tn rougher nalce kit road. Yager and Mr. JnmM Taylor Short was is hoped Ihnvillo may reach tho rank of Hughes, Lillie Grant, Lizzie Thompson, bcautilully solemulrod in tho New second cla-- s among post offices. Last Georgie Miller, Nnnnio Harris. Addie K another pus beside thee, Walking blithely on hW way, Broadway Christian church, Louisville, year Jess than $200 more in the way of Burnside. Mertio Wilds, Myra OwBley, Do not say, "Oh, let him carry, The receipt would have entitled her to this Nellie Kivston, Messrs. Willlel Noel, Wednesday evening, Nov. Lord, my burden for a day." church was handsomely decorated with nmk Will Robinson, Aahbrook Frank, Hooert j Or inenvy secV to trip hini Soibert's orchestra of case of William and Will Lmbry, Victor Leavell, Burt palms and ferns and Could his tall thy burden lift ? Is hecciving His furnished tho music A few minutes af- - Debaun, charged with striking Frank Spencer, Westley Mctjuery, Kd and Jess Can another's pain, the sorrow , o'clock, the appointed-- hour, the Casey with a gun, was disposed of at Arnold, Charlie Frisbie, Willi Collier, tertt Thou or I must carry, shift t doors were thrown opeu .to admit the ht.rry ville Friday. Tho facts as they Owen Stephens, Buulolph Hirris, HorRather speed him on his journey bridal party. During tUo ceremony by turned out on proof wero about as fol ace and Leslie Hcrndon, Will Walker, With a blessing trom the heart; Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. In another's chwrfal gladness Itev. J.T. Hawkins, the orchestra play- lows: Ddbiuu ami Cassy had n misun- Jim Cunningham, Joe Francis, Kirk o. Lot thy MmM- lute its smart. Schubert's conclusion Kirby, LI Doty, Mark Iaw8on, J. derstanding lost Juno, at the ed softly and sweetly Like God's angels, little children Tho brido was attired in a hand- of which Debaun told Casey never to Swope, Kph Brown, J. Sweeney, Casey May surround nt fur a day; some white silk and .oal lace and carried come on his place again. Debaun, how- Ouhley, Kirnest Sprague, of Danville, At His word thev have their bwng, bridal roses. Sho waa indeed a picture ever, had a tenant named James Allen, Louis and Charlie Walker. , Than, lilus paat sway. of loveliness. Miss Bessie Bernard, the who was friendly with Casey and who It was the Bard of Avon who said: wbak-'eDo Ml, oh' thy trouble, (Late Alexander's Motel.) maid of honor, wore lemon colored silk, invited him to his house. A few days "Tho man who hath no music in his Let its shadow fall oh Utem ; and ferns. ago Casy wishing to go huntini;, wont In the light the llo "creti brighten, soul, and is not moved by ooncord of UpDuid by the parent sten.' Mr. Clarunee Short, brother of tho to Allen's house to bor.ow his gun and sweet sounds, is lit for treason, strnto-ge- m Ivates S2.50 Per Day. was bast man. Misa Lillio Now-ha- ll while he was loading it Debaun cume in gloom, Keep th hurdMi, God hath nt it and spiils; let no man trust him." Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-House- , ami Miss Mary MclClnney wore urmodwith a gun. Upon entering ho Impressed with the idr that our nation lie who dth the sparrwi feod Spare or lives with equal wisdom, white Bilk aud carried wbito and pink said, "What are you doing bore, Frank al legislators Bliuld bo educated In ttio Knowing wull thy inmost need. V. R. LOGAN, with ferns. Messrs. Casey?" Casey did not answer and the divine art, chrysanthemums A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, Carl Schultz, who Hear thy pain, it hath its minion; Oiciir Hauter and W. J. Yagr were tho question was repouted, when Casey reManager. J. J. Marshall, clerks. i8albii pianist, is anxious to represent Wilt thou count the pane too dear, The ushors wore plied, "Don't you see what I nut doing?1' tho State of New York in the Senate, othor attendants. That shall teach thee wider wisdom, Messrs. Alex Collins, T. H. Bryan, Hugh At this Debaun struck him over tho and Mr. Bob Taylor, of Tennessee, who Higher faith or ho Icr fear? J. N.MENEFKK a. c. SINE Cutter, Louisville, and L. V. Butlor, head with his gun and knocked him won his way to the governorship of that Life is chequered joy and soirow; Paris. After tho ceremony tho bridal down. A jury heard the case and fixed State by the skillful nanipulatlon of his Knvy not a happier f.ite; Grudge no man his bnel enjoyment; paityanda fow friends drove to the Debauu's fino at $10 and coats. J. W. violin, is also seeking senatorial honors. Ilruvely labor Mlsuly unit. bride's homo, 117 W. St. Catherine St. Yerkes defended and County Attorney The ex governor may succeed in learn(Prom the selections of the editor's dear, dead Harding prosocutod. where n delightful lunch had been ing soma ol his fellow members how to wife, and printed in loving memory of her Judgo McForran decided, Monday "Fiddle up something new" and the two Mr. nnd Mrs. Short left at 2:'0 a. M., for a trip K.ht, where they will morning, not to order for Jan. :!d an together might play duets that would Many old soldiers who contracted chronic while us the Oa their return election asked for by 23 per cent of the been perma remain several days. soften tho asperities of a heated debate. nently cured of It service hue since Cbolic. Choi ,by Chamberlain's bo entertained nt tho homo of legal voters of Junction City to decide But now cornea 0. G. Conn, the great era'Hnd I)ianrhca Ittmidy For sale by Dr M they will Mr. and Mrd. Joecph Short, tho groom's 'whether or not spirituous, vinous and manufacturer nf cornets at Klkhart, In- L Ilourne, Drufuiit and Optician, Stanford, Ky Ky. parents. Tho presents wero handsome m tit liquors shall bo Bold at retail with- diana, who has just been elected as a Buckllu'aArnlca Salve. and numerous. Tho bride is ono of the in tho limits of that town. The petition- member o" Congress in tho IJ'.th district The best salve in the world tor cuts, bruises mo.st beautiful and charming women ers base their right to vote on the prop- of Indiana. Ho is au ardent democrat, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap ped hands, chilblain, corns aud all skin erupwo ever kuow nnd tho man who has osition named by virtue of an act ap- nn as he knows a good horn when he tions and positively cures piles, or no pay requtr ed," It is giv won her has secured a prize beyond proved by tho governor Ang. 0, 1S02, sees it nnd how to produce good tones or moneyguaranteed to Price perfect satisfaction, refunded. 15 cents per box. May they bo always happy. entitled, "An act whereby the people of and keep in tho right key, he may soon For sate by A. K. Penny, Sun lord, Ky. compuro. any county, city, town or precinct, may catch on to tho manners aud customs of nothing better than to tanio back there vote as to whether spirituous, vinous or tho average politician of the age nnd saturate a llannel cloth is Au Uoucit Scdo felU his tory In plalu but with Chamberlain's I'am Having bought out the remnant of the stock of John .. Fosrer, Halm and bind it on the nlTccted parts. Try it latituage for th b"fit of " malt liquors shall be sold, bartered or learn to blow his own horn upon all and you will be surprised ait the prompt relief it I am now disposing of it at less than cost in the basement of Severand trot children took a severe cold Chamber-IjiiiTho judge decided suitable oecalons. With Conn on the cor- affords. The same tiealmen will cure rheuma'i loaned therein." gave her a te.iipoonful of the croup. For by Dr. M. L. Ilourne, Druggist and ance's store, preparatory to five minutes later Cough Kerned and in what la generally known na "tho net, Taylor on the fiddle and Shultz on tism. , sale Stanford, Ky. Opticn-iIhls tlino iho had tocough that ( cae her one more. llf t ,4 up the iralherlnE In her throat. Then the went to fivo year law," upproved Jan. 24, 1S90, the piano, no discordant sounds should 1 hen good for filteen minutes. ilwpaud.lept vomited, thon sue went bixclc to bed was still in oll'ect and that the vote of a she sot upml be heard in thu capitol in the future. for the ranuunder of the nlsht. She portion of the county, ovon uuder the and lent ifood I eve her the &c., HardxVare, If tho speaker should be unable to call Uot the croup theseeond night ard I write act of Aug. 0, lS'Ji, could not render it .amnremtdy with the same KoorMulW. tho House to order, lot him call for mu- - When IUby was sick, e gnve her Cu&torio. I thought there might be some one u. this bcuo imperative. Further action will be tak- ale by tho baud "ntl n51 wil1 u9 I,U3n 0(1 When iJie was a Child, she cried for CustorU. In the new storeroom of Mr. Withers, now Hearing completion. I the same need and not kuow the true merits of this wonderful medicine." tTrles A. Ihouipseen, en, but whether it will be n mandamus an aTent for and have on hand the Oliver Chilled Plows, Studebaker into respectful silence in the twinkling When she became ?llss, die clang to Catori. Des Moines, Iowa, as J $ erot bottles for sale nd Optician, suit to try to compel the issuance of tho Wagons and the Dicks Famous Feed Cutter. by Dr. M. L. Itourno, ruggit When she bad Children, she gevethem Castorta. of an eye. ' " Stanford, Ky order 101- ail election, or an appeal to the It will be to your interest to give me a call. Tho electoral vote of Oregou will court, has not been determined Gen. Grovesner says that Carnegto circuit atand, Harrison :i, Weaver 1. on by counsel for the petitioners. caused Harrison's defeat. unit DllliJuil n Journal. 3y T SPECIAL OFFERI ... OUR JESL HE NO. 79 JESl uu-iua- u ui J Yes think; that is what we want you to do, when you read i Men sHats25cFullKipBoots$2.5Q ld --- Tho con-BiBt- ed .VuS three-fourth- s I Groceries, g, Hardware, LOTTIR, c OBELISE Hill-L'van- s STEPHENS & KNOX. Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September i- -i i PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER A. R. - Drugs and EwflaSiH Toilet Articles Glass, Books, Paints, Oils, & Stationery. & Post-Mast- er vwo-ma- poit-ofiice- WATCHES, CX.OCKS JEWELRY Brum-field- edge-ville- H.6.RUPLEY,-e- 'h. tftffcHtttf- FAlLBWXiWri.II (GrifJvMDfS ;Scro-nad- - clou-Hew- r THE WILLARD. Louisville, Ky. ', pro-pore- d. & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of The Oflke and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, ) diar-rhu- -i STANFORD LUMBER YARD, 1 TO THE PUBLIC Full Stock of Groceries, Stoves, i - puM'e-"Oneurm- 1 1 -- Opening1 Out a - "5" ' J. K. Van AKSDAliX. J'M JJ iU -- - KVPVBMHiF junmni mjipi :"?:ltww inadBBHBBiBBaBB .'N' rr ""-nvnivnmin -- -- "-- (W ,'PWT 'B?1 it )) Y37: iff l- f V K v t modern Shylock, moro revengeful nnd bloodthirsty than Shnkspere's Jew, in Merchant of Venice, who demanded a Stanford, Ky., NovEMnnu 2!), 1892 pound of flesh from his debtor, hast to April Constantino loaned it neftro be paid Thanksgiving day, with tho exW. F press understanding that if it was not paid then his life was to pay the forfeit. The negro did not pay nnd when ho Baid - i he couldn't, Constantino blazed away and killed him. This cannot bo called tho now way to collect old delits, since tho murder did not bring tho money, Tub London Echo makes us a propo but we should h'to to see it tried on a eition thatif tho republican policies do number who have owed us for years and not prove a greater blessing to tho Amer- have kept holding tho "promise to the ov, of)' ican people than thosu of I lie democratic ear to break it to the hope." to re-ma- rk we to so we party, he is to abandon tho republicans, Cleve and if they do we are. In go back on our Tiik presence of President-elec- t first and only love, tho democratic party. land at Kxmoro nnd Hog Island, in VirWe are not afraid of tho result, but tho ginia, has given thoso places a promiproposition is not a fair ouo by any nence they have never beforo enjoyed, means. Wo would not under auy cir- as telegrams are sent out overy day givComet to cumstances or conditions embraco the ing the movements of the man of destito hideous doctrines of republicanism, re- ny in detail. Thero are said to bo only tt ft to to our very soul, 33 votes on tho Island, every ono of pugnant as they are tt tt whilo our 'steamed contemporary would whom voted for Cleveland, nnd most all to tt improve his moral, social and intellectu- of them aro applicants for office; so go to t. tt al standing by abandoning them forth- where he will tho ubiquitous it to is there, and will be to tho end of with and forever. When a man offers a proposition to auother ho ought coriaiu-l- his term. The weather has been very to make the odds sufficiently in the bad since ho went on tho hunt, but with W other man's favor to give him pome an oil htove on the boat to keep his finchance of accepting it gers warm, he managed to get eight ducks Friday. wool Tin: Somerset Republican can possess men. its soul in peace. The democrats are Kentucky returns aro now in All the going to fulfill every promise about and the total vote stands thus: CleveVests Vests Ssc. bringing the tariff to a revenue instead land, 175,42!; Harrison, 135,420; Weaver, of a protective object. They do not in- 23,503; Bid well, 0.3S5. Cleveland's pluraljoe, tend to act hastily so as to iujure any ity is 40,001, a gain in plurality of Blank-a- t $o. established industries, but will do one 12.33S over 18SS. It will also bo seen 73C, thing at a time and all things in their that Cleveland has 10,111 morei votes nroner nlace. Rome was not built in a than all the candidates combined. Tho bankment. day and the deviltry committed by the democratic vote is S.00O and tho republiork, whoso Kitty Burn, of Now republicans in 30 years of power canuot can 20,000 less than in 18SS. The prohi father was for years a sot, too lazy to be undone In a year. Be aisy, though, bitionists show a gain of 1,140, which am nnri. bor mother and sisters, lived a Brer. Lewis, and if you can't be aisy be will make them believe that they will life 6 shatno to buy them bread. After FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. 'as aisy as you can. Before the next four get there in the sweet bye-anbye, if it her her sisters were able to make a years Bhall have been numbered with do not coma too soon. Director was onco sold for $200. iv ng she reforme and is now living as ! tho past, you will wish you had not Foit Rknt. 15 acres good sh Bhiuld. telo-bSee, here, Walton! Who aro yon callstrayed from the fold, but remained with II. Reid, Stanford. E .e feature of a Thankcgiving God's chosen people tho democratic ing old? Newport Journal. Mr. Laurie For Rent. Hoitflo and 0 acres in Va , was the cut-titioaai Richmond, J. Blakely. Any man who is past 40 and party. t.m. white.-HeatiCleveland anil Stevof a mammoth , gray is old and with a single exception Jersey cow for sale. Fresh plum pudding by Senator Daniel. The pension office report showa that no account The present Legislature enson be- J. T. Hocker, Turnorsville. pounds, that number there Were on the rolls June GO, 1S92, would atone for many of its sins of omis- It weigned 271 ing the latest estimate of the electoral J. A. it S T. Harris Hold to Wood1,850,0S7, an Increaso of 179.92S, calling sion and commission if it would pass a yote received by the democratic ticket. cock fc Owens !W head l,4nS pound cat- Enterprise and Hnlc'sJMent Cutters I.nrd.Cans, Hutchcr Knives for an appropriation of 3180,000,000, not law requiring that every man who reachand Four students of the Bible Collet, o tle at 4 cents. withstanding 28 years have intervened es that ago should be immediately beCarving Sets. We want University, at Lexington, Brood mares with foal should be since the war. Every deserving soldier, headed, always, of course, excepting tho of Kentucky suspended for "hazing" a fel- given plenty of nutritious food during who needs it, should bo paid enough to good old man who edits thep.ipec.on tho have been low Btudent from Texas, who has a tho winter. support him comfortably, but tho pen- east side of the Licking. M. Smith Baughnian sold to Swrie- charge in Indiana. They initiated him sion list needs pruning to the quick and 18 2 year-ol- d into a now order and whilo ho was strip vers, of Pennsylvania, A contemporary figures that penwo hope the democratic Congress will g And always pay the highest 'price. Give us a call. ped and blindfolded they applied black-n- mulos at;'.X). have courage enough to do it. It is a sions now cost the people $510,000,a day is said to weigh 200 to foot. A pumpkin that to him from head growing shame that so many scamps, and the demand next year will be $750,-00- 0 Prof. Hicks, tho St. Louis astromo-me- r pounds is an agricultural curiosity of a day. This is outrageous and we gunpowder, Bhould who never emelled and weather prophet, who foretold Los Angelos, Cat. be permitted to live off the earnings of hope another contemporary is right have unterod tho Thirty tornado that destroyed portions of when it says that it begins to look like the honest people. Illinois, is also a calamity howler. He '2:30 list from tho Palo Alto Stock Farm, the penbion sharks hayo bit off more The Hopkinsville New Era remarks than the people are going to permit them expresses the opinion that tho comet California, this year. WE ARK- Stamboul trotted n mile ove r the now attracting so much attention .will with its usual suavity: "Tho editor of to masticate in peace. "vitiating" effect on tho earth and track at Stockton, Cal., in is not an applihave a the Intkmok Journal Tuomas II. Arnold has shaken the predicts the prevalence of cholera uext 2:07, the best time ever made by a stalat Stanford." cant for the lion. Well, we should smile. Of course he is dirty dust of Middlesboro from his feet summer. Thompson Bros, sold to R E. The Texans begin to believe that not. When a man is making $50,000 a and like c sensible man gone to Alexanyear clear out of the newspaper business dria, Ind , which is a good town, with there is something in the theory of pro- Thompson seven head" of fat cattle at 2 J and is his own master, he'd be a bigger no claim to the "magic," whero ho will ducing rain by means of concussion. and to Conn, of Garrard,:a lot of 2 year-ol- d fool than wo have ever been accused of run a daily paper. Wo wish him better Early Sunday morning after a bombardsteers at 2r cento.? hns Thomas B. Robinson, being to accept an office that pays but luck than he has been having for several ment of the heavens of several hours' FOR$1,300 a year and makes one everybody's years. He is thoroughly capable and de duration, a balloon containing 1,000 cu- sold his farm near Camp Dick Robinson, was explod to Ben Patton, of Madison, at $42. It e bic feet of hydrogen-oxyge- n serves to succeed. slave. No, we do not want the of a cloud The explo- contains 2ol acres of good land. Laninand but one of our force could be ed in the centre NEWSY N.0TES. duced to accept it. sion was followed by a drenching down caster Record Homestead. which was probably coming anyAs ppecial commissioner, Judge M. The Yale football club defeated the pour, The Louisvil e Times says: "As to way. . O. Saulley sold 150 acres of the land be-tho magic of numbers, there are 44 States Princeton club 12 to 0, on Thanksgivlonging to J. M. Phillips at 0 and H. CHURCH AFFAIRS. ing. in the Union, 444 votes in the electoral also belonging to him at SIo. Dr. Own A Chicago judge sent a juror to jai The Methodist Episcopal church of ley was the purchase! of both and they college nnd 222 democratic members for one ;year for ollonng to accept n elect to the next House." It might have the country will spend fl,'J75,000 in mis- brought exactly of their as bribe. added that Cleveland's plurality in Insion work noxt year. eessed value. A lire which caught in a fertilizer Rev. Geo. O. Barnes will preach at diana is 8.8SS. Bro. Barnes says four J. C. Caldwell sold to Simon Weihl, house destroyed $150,000 of property at here next Sunday eights coming together is a sign of caltho for Goldsmith, 20S head of export cattle Lynchburg, Va. and evening at the usual hours. amity and that nearly every day that it at 4c. This is a very line lot of cattle, A train on the Philadelphia and IV.rlrhnrHt. the M)W 1 OrU Ul-. - tliuf will so fell in 1SS8 was unlucky and danger , . Anmiiu UPiirlv 1.000 HOIlUtR Reading road made a mile in 37 seconds, .i,i. ia nr.itvnriiKT a man of Now ox I. IW....V ous. Their connection iu Indiana will Part of them are to go this month and the the fastest on record. various prove to the republicans that there ib citv showing the situation remaindm in Ducumlnr. Then hve Eight men will feol the halter draw something in the .superstition. dives and deti3 of vice. It will no doubt been 140 additions to the 2:1ft Ht till at the Chestertown, Md., jail Dec. 13, for bo in great demand by the young bloods : : Advoentt. smison. The official vote of Illinois makes the murder of one man. In-oustwho are uninitiated. A ratlipr small'crowd attendttd At Port Arthur, Ont, Willie Gehl Cleveland's majority even greater than While Thanksgiving services were court yesterday and tho day unofficial returns figured it. The fell into n beer vat which wts boiling being held in tho Methodist church at was a very dull one. About 30 bend of the total vote is, Cleveland, 42G.574; Harris- hot and was tcalded to death. Maysvillo the buildiog caught lire ami cattle were on tho market. Short At Coaltou, Ohio, Lindsey McCul-loug- h was damaged to the oxt-"- ' i tl,000; on, 397,401; Bidwell, 24.5M and Weaver old cattle brought :tf, butcher stull ended a spree by shooting and fully insured. Tho buiMi uas recent20,0S5, making Cleveland's plurality J. Severn! 2 to 2 and mountain cattle and his vote within less than 20,000 killing his uncle, William Goodman. ly erected at a cost of $18,iajH. plug horses were sold at il0 to 42 ."0. No Montana's Legislature is democratic of as many as all the other candidates That the Methodist meeting is bear- mules offered. W. II. WKAKKN Illinois has done nobly. Let insuring tho election of a straight Unit- good fruit is evidenced by the fact that combined. MRS. A. W.J AM Ki Judge Saulley sold at auction at ed States Senator from that State. her have every good thing that she asks some of the stores, notably that of yesterday the drug stole lot Connecticut gave the Cleveland elecfor. Bros., have out signs, "This and building occupied by R. E McRob- tors 1G4,S25 votes, the highest vote ever store will close at 0:150 i'. m., during tho erts for $2,S2."; a vacant lot near by for Tiik comet hasn't struck us yet, though cast in the State. The plurality over meeting at the Methodist church," $1,2")0 and a third vacant lot for Sl,2o0. it was reported yesterday thut it had Harrihon was 5,570. Our new line of Rev. John R. Deering, who is con- Dr. J. B. Owsley was the purchaser in Campbell, of Ohio, says he ducting fallen and tmiwhed the Cumberland melting at the Methodist the Like the would be compelled to decline a place in church, is as lovable socially as ho is each case. L. F. Hubble, representing ((.iiip Tunnel into smithereens. sold a old philosopher of the Frankfort Capital Mr. Cleveland's cabinet if it were oil'ered potent in the pulpit, and he i doing a the estate of L. V. Philips, also vacant lot between the two mentioned says, we aro about us ready f lrjit as we him, on account of his businetts inter- lasting good here. He is an old confed ests. for SS20. ever expect to be, but it does look efTne 2,700 tons of bullion now piled erate soldier and feels to this day the to be knocktlo hard upon us democrats in the treasury, would, if coined into fects of a serious wound he received in Guaranteed Curo for La Grippe. ed out just as we have won a great vic- ti) silver dollars and placed edge to edge the arm while battling for tho cause he We authorise our advertiieJ JruguUt to ell you Coal Hods, Vases, Pokers, Shovels, Kitchen Sets, Zincs, Russia tory. New IJUiovery fur Conumition, loved so well, but which was destined to I)r. KinK Cold, upon thU condition: If you make a chain 10,800 miles long. Coughs and ho are alllictul with I.a riipeand will luethii IronjPipe, ect. Tho official count of the Rhcde Is- have Its banner furled forever, After The corrected vote of Ohio gives according to direction, Kivine ll a fair trial land vote is: Bidwell, 1,054; Cleveland, was shot Mr. Ed Stagg attempted to and experince no benefit, you may mturn llie bt Cleveland two more electoral votes. while doing tie and have your mouey relunded. Wo make Tiiis is getting monotonous. Why does 24,335; Harrison, 27,0tWj Weaver, 227, a send him to the rear, but of the wonderful ucct's of Dr. badly shot in the leg that this offer because " so he was so King' New Discovery during lail not some statesman like our own Col, plurality for Harrison of 2,731. I ive heard of no can in wlsich it failed. be amputated. It is needless Try it Trial bottlei free at A. K. Penny drug While going to his home at night," it had to W. O. Bradley, immortalize himself by friends. store Large ue 50c and St. arising and moving that tr election be George Dawson, an inoffensive white to say that the two are fist of South Pittsburg, Tenn., was rob- They hadn't met for a long time till man Good Looks. made unanimous; bed and murdered by three neijro des- Sunday, when they fell on each other's Good I00U are more than skin deep.drpendms vital organs. It upon a A RAiLKOAU fireman at Knoxville wa- peradoes. necks and wept tears of joy to see each the liverhealthy couditiou of all the bilious look, tl be inactive you have a .Dealers In ycur stomach be disordered you have a dyt peptic gered that he could drink six beer glassCrazed by the death of her child, other again in the llesh. Tho meeting fookandifyourlidneyibe affected you have a es full of whisky right alter one another. Mrs. Callahan, of Now York, jumped is warming up and wo hope to publish pinched look Secure your health and you will is the great all have good looks. Ho won,the bet, but it was not enough from the fifth story of a tenement house. that many have tied from the wrath to terative and tonic, Klectrlc Hitters these vital oracts directly on of the week at gans. Cures pimples, blotches, boils and gives a to buy Ills burial outfit and his friends Strange to say, she was not killed, but come. Services the rest Penny a drug good cotaplexion. Sold at A. had to chip in to give him a decent sep- the chances are against her recovery. 10.. M. and 0:30 r.M. store, ju cents per bottle AND. ulchre. OverJ19,000 defective ballots for.gov Richmond Register says that The CC ernor were cast in tho Massachusetts Conductor Joe Taylor, of tho K. C. told The Henderson Journal Bays in 1SS8 election. of thto were markwhen Harrison was elected he said "God ed incorrectly for the republican candi- it that in ono day ho handled 18 express For the painless extraction of teeth and other Queenswarc, Glassware, Tinware, Lamps, Chamber Sets, Dinner have tested Its virtue sufficientdid it" In 1892 hia remark was "God date and if legal would have defeated car loads of dressed turkeys for the Bos- minor aurgery. R. C MOKGA N, D D. S. Sets. Also agents for the Empire Wheat Drill. ly to know ton market Gov. Russell. d n it," or words to that efiect. Semi-Weekly InteriorJouknal Jerry Cosrtantink, of Sparta, is tho WALTON. i), S12i- PACKS 3, office-seek- er v boy of Franklin, was choked to death by a beun lodging iu his windpipe, Sherman Dobson, who killed Eph Hutchison at Mill Springs in Septo tuber, was arrested Friday at Somerset. At Richmond a largo and throo residences wero destroyed by firo. Loss $8,000; partially insured. Commander Weisert, of the G. A. R., claims that ho will corapal Southern mombers to recognize tho negro members of tho order. Scott Robinson, son of a Texas millionaire, is' in jail at Louisville charged with stealing from a classmate at the Kentucky College of Medicine. Alf II. Howard, dem., is elected Commonwealth's attorney in the 23d district, instead of tho republican who was at first thought to hare been victo rious. Mrs. Katie 'Greon, of Louisville, beat daughter over tho head "her 10 year-olwith a broom hand'o till tho child died, becauso tho little one had told her a story. The Louisville A Nashville railroad will establish a line of steamers between Pensacola, Fla., and Cuba, about Dec. 10. The steamers will carry freight only for eoino time. The completo returns from California show that the election of the noxt United States Senator from that State will bi controlled by tho third party, tho balance of power in tho Legislature being in its hands. Wile driving with friends at N. J., Mrs. Cleveland made a Tho horses becamo narrow escape. unmanagable and wero frightened and stopped just in time to prevent tho party from oeing thrown over a high em- John Quire, a r c;o:rKi:3E:-o s STUTJCK green-hous- e THE LOUISVILLE STORE, Last night and smashed prices right and left. Every article in the the price ticket; some struck house was struck half, others only a quarter, and hadn't time them, concluded sell them N At Comet Struck Prices This Week Str ick the Price d Every $15. 00 Overcoat, the Every 12.00 Every 9.00 Every 7.50 n tt Every 5.00 Every 4.00 " " " " " ' " " " $10.00 7.50 6.00 5.00 8.50 2.75 Our Underwear Department Comforts Was struck in half. Lake-woo- d, Look at this: All Red Underwear for 50c. Merino Underwear for men 50c. Ladies' Ribbed Heavy Cotton Fine 25c. Ladies' Grey Ribbed Jfeavy Cotton Blankces and Comforts also struck. $1.2J, $2 and at yjc and $1. Stanford, Ky. A. HAYS, Manager. d 1 blue-gras- s FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE r. nr ng wheat-wtoRoinco- rn. ' Stovesf;;Stove Pipe, Ziec Coal Vases, Coal Hods, Shovels Tongs and Pokers. COUNTRY PRODUCE MoKHTITEir BROS. kite-shje- d post-offi- ce THE SOLE AGENTS -- post-offic- THOMPSON'S I two-third- s court-hous- e aftor-noo- n mil SIX HII - CORSETS. lr ....... er DIFFERENT STYLES. NfiJNo two-yea- r JIIiVJIIiBAVNCJII! & 29,-1- 73 1 - Lnn-casterd- ay Me-Kinn- j CALL AND SEE -- I Ex-Go- v. HEATING TOVB ' 9 rem-ed- W H. WEAKEN & CO, A FARRISM& HARDIN, K- - HARDWARE J Two-thir- ds IDEIETTO." 1 STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, 1 fef 'V -- Semi-Weekly Interior Journal 1892 I i Stanfohd, Ky., Novrmiieii 29, H!.o.WAi.TON,BUB.MQnaKer MEANS IUS.HE39, Enoiuvino bountifully and nrtJstically Jono ut A. K. Penny'B. Hoy your hooka and echool mipplio of all kinds from A. It. Penny, who noils thoiu at publisher's prices. Have your watch, clock and iowoiry repaired at A. K. ronny'ri. All work varrnntbd. . rinjrj, Ac, bought Ht A. It. Penny's wil! be engr&vvd free of charge. PERSONAL Hkmkmiikk thatnll b1 wBtchca, k Come to see us. Remember every department is teeming with apilnsta F. Ki.kin is quite hick. Mrs. tho College, Saturday night, and good bargains, if you want Holiday Goods, come to see us and buy M its. Susan Wakuk.n Iihs been quito bono broken. NKW ADVEimSKMKNTs. some on?, through malico&r carelessness, something of service. A nice Fur Rug, a Muffler, a Suit of Clothes, 111. He.nky PiiiLLirscan down any o( them threw a stone through ono of tho largo or an Overcoat, a pair of Boots or Shoes for your father, husband or Mb. W. 11. Si'kmm.in, uowof Plnoville, when it comes to ahootlng quail. Ho window panes. We object to tho subbrother; a nice Dress, a nice pair of Shoes or a beautiful Table Cloth was here yesterday. wont out two days last week and Hhot stitution of hades or filieol (or the name and Napkins or something useful for your wife, mother or sistcs. Why Mb. W. M. UnidiiT wrnt up to London r0 times, killing i'2 birds. of the place these scamps nro destined to From my (arm In September two .ycnr-olspend your money for trash? We are here to do business and we are yt'hterday for his health. Steer, rod with ,ome whlio and marked with slit burning, go. The We want everybody to come Oi'li alleged correspondent at Crab Orin left car, under lido. Also three Helferi, tame doing it and increasing it every day. Mns. H. G. Hail and son aro with hell is too good for them. age and color; left in taut two wrcki. Informachard will ploaso shoot or givo np the and sec us. We do not want to hide our light under a bushel. Mr. and Mrs. G. 1). Wcaren. tion of their whereabouts will be rewarded. -' JOHN TKAYLOR MissNoha Mohkland returned yes- gun. Wo want a letter from that place Murdbiieu. Sidney Wortham, the going to excellent agent of the L. & N. at Jelllco, every Imuo and bo gad wo are to Dauville. terday from a visit GO TO Jeck was murdered Thursday night. Mk. and Mrs. IIohack IJiiown have have it. none to Seattle, 'Wash., to live. me now to buy Jonas had been keeping a house of very I nbbu every cent duo : : Tiios. 0. Ykaokb, of Bnylo, is spend-iu- R my etock of goods, which I shall shortly bad repute nnd thu good citizens, inJ l NOTION C1TV, KV a week with Mr. I. M. JJruru. opon In tho new store. This is Intended cluding Mr. Woitham, decided tc put is ependiuj? for every ono indebted to mo. So please an end to St. They went there that Miss Mattik Vaniikvkxk XMAS GOODS. night and demanded admlesion, but Ina week with friends in Danvlllo. call and settle. W. B McUMurtB The larcoM stock In town. AllsarU of fine Can. of Perryvllle, stead n shot was tired through the win- lies. Fire Worki, flic , and cet ao pound. OramiMrs. J. A. We havo not the space nor tho incli- dow, which struck Mr. Wortham, killing latoil Sncar for fli K2Hcttuliy. was visiting her many friends here. W. 1. KICIIAKDSON. 79 preach-pr's- " him in 15 minutes. Frank McMillan, Miu F. 0. Okaio, wlfo and son, Sam, nation to gratify "that Lancaster Itch for notoriety, so wo turn him who baBa brother living in Garrard, and aro vIsittiiK Mn,. CapU Julian Vest. which a Jonas boy were arrested aud taken to r. STKAUE, JK T r CLAKKK. LI- SS THAN TWOi NTS A WEI- K. W. it. HoLt.KY is visiting J. nvor In the Knoinkkh HOinething to till up. seems to need Jacksburo, but on the examining trial B. Carter, at Cartersville, this week. although McMillan is HAid to have con Mns. KiciiAiiDBON. of Somerset, is visW. K. Amon and J. M. Beaxley have A good newspaper is wanted in every home, and the fact that the .I'kACriCAI. fessed to tho shooting, they wero dis iting her daiiKhter, Mrs. H. 0. Karris. had several ho stolen in tho last GAZETTE has been published every week for Hundred' charg-dMr. Wortham was an I'xcced-inglMr.anu.Miis J. S. Run nnd Mr. and Plumbers and Steam Fitters. WEEKLY has been a favorite paper in many thousands of homes, is They are onto the tldevis and Years, and Thnnk8)ivin dinpopular man and one of high Mrs.T. A. Itice took Dealer, in all kind, of Iron and Bran Good, f or it la only a niiestlon of lime w lien they standing. He belonged to the same ftenm and water Sanitary U.uLof all kind.. All evidence enongh that it is all that has ever been claimed for it the ner with their mother. at Kiohtnond. will be made to Uke up their sojourn in , work cuarautctd uKumst defective material and best weekly paper published in the Central States. Knights Templar command as tho mem- wurkmaiulup Mn. JoxSevkiiani-k- of tho Bible Col- jail. 57 bers here and frequently visited them. lege, spent a few days with tho $he grics of $his gaper is $1.00 a gear. Tin: editor liad w many invitations Sinco going to Jellico, five years ago, lie with married and leaves a wife and ono child. Mkssrs. T. M. JoiiNhON nnd H. 0. from kind friends to eat turkey : i : : It is worth a rcat deal more. Send for Sample copy and see for Harrodsburg, have been hero them Thanksgiving that he had to de- The remains were taken to Leitchfield, Bradley, of yourself. (IK cline them all and dine at his hotel, Grayson county, the home of his parents, visiting friends. way, had a INDUCEMENTS fur interment. Mit. B. W. Smith, of Slanford, la In which, by tho A Desirable Blue-Gras- s Farm. tho city. Washington dtppatch to !ou spread. LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. ICiM.KD. Last Frlduy aftornoon, isville Times. Frank L. Cliftohd, late depot' agent while most of thecitizeiiH of Hustonvillo Pursuant to a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Thk Daily Co.mmkkcial Gazette stands unrivaled as a newspaper. Court, rendered at in October term, i&ji, in the Mn. ani Mr. F. G. OitAlrt, of Berry, here, was released from jail Saturday. wero attending the funeral of Shack action of William I'. Tato against John Uright, A.c. Its popularity extends from ocean to ocean. The freshest and most I will on have been the guest of their daughter, Judge Morrow reduced his bail from Uuirmnn, William I'owrra and Conrad reliable news is given every day in the year from all quarters of the Mrs. Julian VthU Ward, J. II. to 500 and Hon. Sam , from Rolling Fork, rode into globe. Miu John A. McIIoiikht Ih down fiom Carter, Julian Vest aud others wout on town tiring their pistols nud otherwise MONDAY, DEC. I2TH, 1892, M. Mc- Address, Cnrlitn tn mh his uncle. John his bond. acting in a disorderly manner. They III. County court day at o'clock p in. or thereHoberts, who la very COMMERCIAL GAZETTE CO., before the door in Stanlord, TiikB L. K.'h deaire us to extend went into stores, knojlukl goods about, about,offer at public We aro Indebted to that clever gentleKy., auction to the hijlicit bidder, PUIILISHEKS, sincere thanks to Messrs. Frank insulted people aud played hades gener- the valuable and dciirable I'arm man. Train Dispatcher K. F. North, for their name, C. J. Thompson and W. F. Sher- ally. Marshal J. if. Taylor ordered them known ai the assassi-tutloCINCINNATI. O. thopartlculardof tho Wortham idan for t.ielr kindness in securing spe- to desist, but they drew their weapons for their hop, as well as for on him when ho attempted to arrest Mrs- Luzik MiAlutek and Mator cial trains Containing about them. Just as Powers had leveled his (Jeorgo have gone to Danville to spend a other courtesies. at him, Taylor, who Is as gamo us a ti- Ono Hundred & Fifty Acres week with Mrs. J. Owsley Evan and Tub popular optician, Dr. li. Gold- ger ami quick as lightning, fired his relatives. other stein, was called to Danvlllo Saturday to Winchester and Powers bit the dust. He Of fine land, in grass. Snul Turin hat Is now ready for everybody with a full line of upon it a comfortable dwt'liini;. two barns, nrch- Mimbs Annie and Mattik Domk and practico his prottsslon, but by special then turned on Russell, who not liking ard, water and other improvement! nnd iialtua- ftkley, of Shelbyviile, have request will return Doc. 3 to remain a Paltio mura north ted Lin. that kind of treatment, surrendered, but coinabout i4 Ky , fronting of Stanford, in road on the turnpike County, been tho guests of tho family of Mr. B. few days. Ho says that Stanford Is one four men to put him in the lock leading from Stanford to iJanville and bounded on it took W. Gaines. the South by the lands of JauiM Given, Kast by of the best towns In his circuit and that Ladies' and Misses Cloaks, North by the lands tualatidtof Horace Wtthe Iiecord- Homestead says ho never falls to do a good business here up, whilo ho aworo vengeance upon each of Tub tancMter Itallou antfevery ontTof tbein. 'Powers "linger-e- M Joseph Joseph nnd Weil by the lands of John llallou and James Givens Held, that Col. W. S. Miller la an applicant for and give satisfaction. ThKMS. A credit tillJO o'clock tliatmiglit and died. He eijual Installments. ol sis and twelve mouths in surveyor of the port of Louisville. He Itonds with good personal was a man of magnificent physique, and security, bearing per cent. Interest from day of A sleeping car leaven CincinC Q magood man for anything he aspires rale until paid, hating the force and effect of Shoes of all kinds. Full stock of Boots for Men, Boys and ChiL' nati daily at 3 r. i., running via Harri-ina- had ho turned his life into another chan- judgment aud a lien retimed upon tho land until to. m., nel than rowdyineaa he might have thu t)urcha-- money is paid. drcn. Call and examine our goods and get prices. arriving nt Kuoxville at 7:55, a. Miw. Amkkica Korr. who has been 1 he sale will be made to satisly a judgment m daughter. Mrs. JatiK-- B. Hot Springs at l'ilMl v. M.and Asheville made something of himself. Six feet hix favor ol plaintiff. Tcte, fur $S,ck and $i5 proba- Highest market prices paid for Eggs, Butter, Gensang and Dried visiting her through inches high and weighing '2'M pounds, tile costs ol thu action. G .M. DAVISOX. at the Commercial Hotel, han re- at SJO iv . This is tho only Master Commiisioner, L C C. Fruit. sleeping car lino to the celebrated re- he wasa veritable Goliuh, but ho mot his 77td turned to her homo In Stanford. Fur infutmatum apply to John llrtcht en the W. E. sorts of Westurn North Carolina. 1). G. David and will no more disturb the premises or G. M Daruon, Sunfonl, Ky Democrat. O. peace of that end of the county. He Mn. It. It. Gbstrv. one of the best of Kdwnrds, G. P. A., Cincinnati. had had previous trouble with Mr. Taystrongest of democrats, is fellows and KVbiii urohitect or other experilor and had threatened to kill him if he to do tho mott sensible act of bis goinir I m receiving tine of the most elegant lints oi enced men who examined tho Opera lifo Wednesday, when he will lead tho Homo said that the damaga to the walls ever got n chance. It is supposed that M1I.1 l.lNhRi ever handled in Stanford, select rtpenal ticw to the M.mtscf this with tho intenhindsomo Mls Iguana Duddemr to tho by the lire - not of snob a nature as be Mint to Hustonvillo trade Miss Nora Weli'h, of tincintlili, an espe. tion of making a chance. I.utsoll was rlenced trimmer, is ith me this seaxon and! inarriagn altar.' would render them weak or Insecure. brought lwreatul held to hail In- SftiTi. guarantee everything to U in the latet and mapproved lashlon The tidies are invited to call Tub Knorville Division tins thoyoutig That thy were rinlit th' teet of the e examine m good, vvhi h I wilt take Marshall Taylor was put undur guard of aud Hi eat ua well a one of the Insert train folly proved. There were ball h hwitr. MISS I ICCIfc. 1U.ALM J. S. (tootle and brought hero, when o, In the world. II has ben in no tvMiiiLxUiii-iiiL- ' . ... - at one time, with Judge Varnon llxml his bail at SI, 000, i and K hain't throw fully 200 itlnM looking on and not u which ho irndily gave. Not a soul Tlio namo oi n but live birthdays. sign of a idwikn oootirred WastorflsM and hi blame him for thu killing and all who tho prodlgv U I M. facta praise him for hia prompt Residence and 14 Acres u Land -J- udge W . O. ilHiislonl, of Crab know tl Fihk was born Fob. $. . work. The coroners jury ()rhanl, is playing in imd hick thtayear. --.nd On D,mmW ptk I all from bwatord. Alto toCITY AND VICINITY. Ho was burned out again last wek, vindicated him and at his trial here Call and secure Bargains. t making the second time In a few months. day ha will no doubt bo discharged, with A Houso and Lot in Stanford, t Danki, thu Jew 1'iiKHK.vra for all ii.... iliu lml.l Itn) in Mr. the injunction, "Go and do so airaln. i:.. On Dam ill UoM OP1 POST-OFF.TO- E . eler's. ,, KANNIi; MK Uwl-m- ' pretty cottage, but a under tiir.ilnr conditions." JiuniNi B. jtri Work and ho and Look out for thu comet. It may strike (lofoJvo ,lll0 KOl DEATH'S DOINGS. family are liomelees again. Some of his SHOP. furniture win Baved, but it Is almost William McKtnlov, father of the A tiiaNKmiivi.no sprfcwd for every uno worthless. Tho insurance of $1,500 on . Hutiher Shop on I ha coventor, died at his homo at t'.mton, st l)ankn tho Jowolei-'sJust opened u ' ' tho house ran out four days before, bo Ohio. Lancaster street, where I v.ill keep at all tlmek Tub young folks aro preparing for n Mr. Lawlcsn' loss Is total. : Mr. C. C. Williams came down Sun: big bop during the holidays. House day for a casket for llttlo Sam, the . that can lie obtained, which t will sell at tho marTiik maunder of Wnlton'u Opera refrigerator I have a fine, new, large ket 8on of his brother, M. 0. and price. iUaUavi be kept fresh and nice Stolen from me an umbrella Kindly wrote to tho manager of tho Zola Commeat I U li I AN V ro pany of Parisian Beauties that as ho had Williams. The little fellow had been hrlnu it back. Sim Wortham. conlldence of hia patronB he would Hick since Inbt spring. Mrc. Williams is the Comb ami buy a nice Fur Bug or Mull" frankly stale to them whether ladies a daughter of W. F. Kennedy, late of BAUGII3IAN, Hughes. or Mulller from da. J. S. Hhould attend tho bIiow or not, and re- this county. FIRE AND STORM can positively J. Shack llullman died at HustonFoil Kent Two rooms oyer Severance ceived tho followinn. "I itsiuro you that there Is nothing in tho villo, Tuesday, of consumption, aged 2D. ,t Son's store. Apply to Will Zola Company that will otlend the most Tho deceased had been troubled with Reprcsentine or Dr. Stcelo Balluy. fastidious lady. Von can book the com. the diead disease for years and for tho Don't fail too see tho now dress goods p.my with perfect wifely, on the abso- last six months had been in a very fee- Harttord, of Hartford, Conn., at 'J3 cents, Bold everywhere for .15 cents. lute assurance that there will bo noth- - ble condition. He was conscious at the Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. Theyjwill be here Dec. time of hi death and when his sister, Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, Severance & Son. InK to ollend." .Mrs. Camnitz, asked him if she could do Ins. Co. of North America, " 15th. inch-Nkw lot of sergea, all wool, forty nnythlng for him he answered: "I Companies. I wouW All of which are Thk riupper given by the ladies of tho wide, the best valuo for 50 cents ever rest" and laying back on his pillow he pleased to wait on my friends in this line. Pol. Severance & Son. Presbyterian church proved a very prof- want Will insure against tornahIiowii here. few minutes. Mr. Hull", icies prompUy issued. lightning. Ligntnins aa well as enjoyable he died in a does, wind storms and of salt, lime itable one to them, without additional charge. of Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph i.ta-- n.eeived was a son Office at First National Dank, Stanford. to those who partook of it. The amount man nd cenienl; also full lino of Columbian- taken in waa $1U0 clear of all expenses. Huflmau and was an exceedingly clever WE ARK- K, VanArsman. His remains were laid to cook mvH repairs. J Tho engineers patronized it very liber-ull- young afternoon in tho cemetery ut dale. . not a Blngle couple failing to put in rest Friday Ilustonville, after appropriate remarks and a dollar. It was nn extra good church BKALEK between Hustonvillo Iost Wesson supper, tholoyster soup especially. Or- by ltev. W. W. Bruce. A large num-he- r B3S4.mii. Smith jf friondB attended hia burial. I will give dinarily there is only a suspicion of au pistol, for the return ol which lingering for Beveral days in After it; this had at least three and a reward. S.W. Meno.oe. Anil Country Produce, Claudius, son of Eld. well made. The credit of the up-p- er great agony, Fetor was and Mrs. Nannie Montgomery, died Has opened his stock of goods and is ready 10 serve last Importation of cloaks aro alJ. (. Our la due to Mrs. James W. Alcorn a New York from the eilccta of the the people of Stanford and vicinity. lie Is offer from the closing sale, of most entirely, she having gotten it up Friday morning inc unheard of Hargalnt and alt who want aro nt .unheard of wound received from a pistol fired by Roods at the lowest possible pricei should manufacturer and and worked faithfully to make it a Lojan Avenue, near Lancaster pike prices. Come and Bee them. Jounb. James Powell while thoy were out hunt- him on lluRhea. M. POINTS. Wis aro glad to see that the London Ing together. Tho wound was In the Koho eudoraeo Mrs. Sulllo 0. Gralt ho luck and the hole torn by it wa nearly Bros. of ita town and at largo as n man's hand. Claudius was strongly for post-inaU- ur Uy hytiiixo In thu Jowclry lino nt that it Bhowed Its good tense by using an unusually bright boy, tho pride of Dunks'. Tnulo thero. his father and tho hopo of his mother, our identical words in doing bo. both of whom are overwhelmed with Jua-- opened an elfitiuit lino of ladits It seuuis liko un axe since we sent out grief at bin untimely death. During tho fur mufld and bon. Sevprnnpo & Son. out the last Intbkiok Jouhnai. and some last meeting of Itev. Mark Collis nt 'M tT of tho items are as btulo aud unprutit-abl- e lie professed religion and was Foil Hunt. -- House of four rooms and ua last year's birds jiosLb. We would a received Hnd accepted child of God. ballon Whitley avenue. 0. 0. With die of annul on a weekly paper. The funeral services wero held nt tho ers. of which he was a member nt 1 Some one sugnuBia mm .Meiers, rioraco church Overcoats. OvbhcOatk, Ovtrcuata, 11. o'clock Saturday, after which a long proWhen you want them come to us. J. S. S. Wallers, J. ii OAsloy und S. cession of loving friends followed the ro- llAUKliuiaii wouia nave been the hurt llugbi'H. mains to Buffalo Cemetery anil, tendorly t men ttiey could have thought of who UonN to the wife of J. P. Jones, on would have painted thu town red, nud laid thorn away to await the happy resur. Tuesday nljcht, a flno hov. It won a yet if they were to be arraigned in court rection. It is useless for us to try to of TlmnlBRivint! proaont to itH clever fa- they could not deuy thu allegation, fer consolation to the bereaved parents. They know better than wo to Whom to ther. u,ueh lima defy thu alligator. look for comfort and may God grant them Oeohuk Looan liaii n lioruo to run a safe deliverance in this time pt great A mkasly thief stole the transom from away with him Friday and ilashinR trouble. le fence Mr. Loan h.id his collar the front door of tho new h6iiso oppo-si- Shock FoDDnit twino. McKinno S- THE! COME to LOOK, THEY BUY AlTD ASiE HAPPY. Pocket-bookempty, but more goods than they can carry heftne. This is the experience ol our customers and our remedy for an empty pocket-book- . Money only buys the comforts of life and these are what we give in a large measure in exchange. Our last importation of Ladies' and Misses' Cloaks arc from the closing sale of a New York manufacturer and arc excellent in brauty and of style, fit and price. ' Procrastination is the thief of both time and money, so come while we can fit you in a s T m v.- $20 Cloak for $12.50, $10 Cloak at $6.50. . i 3. 3ii Strayed. J red-ho- t 79- J. S. HUGHES. w m W. T. E.iob.ardson, FOR The Cincinnati 1 Oaki-kntk- - Weekly Gazette - $1.00 A TEAR. Uecord-llomeGtea- d, m m STRAU33& CO., few-week- . y home-folks- . flrst-cls- M u mmmm m GREAT OFFERED AGENTS. ) ! , $1,-60- 0 lius-sell- H i court-hout- e THE lllue-Cira- n. Old Bright Homestead, one-hal- .; - f Wo Bo PEBKIWI ,'i ' il Staple Dry Goods and Dress Goods, - d - '" t Clothing for Men, Boys and Children, u, e s ()-.e- ns, Har-rodsb- urg PERKINS, Crab Orchard. TO THE X.A3DIES. W.B.fXlcRDBERTE, jmTTGGl'ST, w- - -t yn ,, ltui-ur- 8-- T For Sale Irivatcly. j;J-oli- vo Drugs, Toilet Articles, School Books and Stanford REAB BOOM. H.-lr.- .. DU.-s.N- i NEW RUTCIIEK first-clan m " THE BEST J. II. IvIETS X - BUELL BEST -- "1 m m . INSURANCE AGENT BO0TS&SH0ES THE : i i first-cla- : claus-etatiach- MADE. r 11 car-loa- d y, Tur-nMTlr- ie C. FOWEM., -- IN- Geueral -:- Merchandise, STILL SOLE AGENTS. M'ROBERTS & mic-ces- s. HIGGINS. i ti 1 - rwwssjrwrr VJL , Semi-Weekly InteriorJourna T A HAPPY OCCASION. Published Every Tuoaday find Friday $2 IKK X JOVUTN ADVANCK. it'll t ipatd $3.50 will be charged.Sl bunting, and lanterns vied with the electricity iu furnishing a bright and pretty light. This brotherhood is the finest and best labor orgiinixitions in the world, and this di vision must be the cream, for the men are hauthome, intelligent and sober and favorably comparo in personal nppear-ane- c with any body of men, whether githofed in legislative or convention hills. Kach tuna was on his best behavior and if a single one of them had taken a drink even it;escaped the obsernasal apvation of the keencat-scentopendage that ever sniffed tho accursed stuff. One hanger on, not connected with tho railroad, got to feeling his oats, and he was promptly hurried off to jail, where he spent the rest of tho night. Puro "Ten years ns;o," Baid the chairman of II ghest ol the B. L. K. adjusting committee, Mr. S. A Cream of Ttter Raking i'nwder in leatcmng trengih I alett United Stale W. Pettibone, "tho engineers would not Government Food Report. have been able to givo 6iich an enter1IAKI NO POWDERCO, ROYAL 106 Wall street. New ork. tainment without some trouble. Tho Brotherhood has raised the standard of K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. morals and conduct and a drunkon en Train leaves Rowland at 7 00 a. in., returning gineer is the exception to tho rule of soat, i'.3 P. n briety maintained. The order forbids L. & K. LOCAL TIME CARD. drunkenness and its rule is enforced by .... .....la 40pm Mail train going North... .. ......! J J pm suspension or expulsion, in either caso South " , 11 jo pre flipress train" South discharge when reported to 3 in am followed by ,, North .. ..... ;S3a tho railroad companies. We are now Uoeal Freight North 4 4SPn South physically the llower of tho earth. No The latter trams also Cirry pattengert. undersized or deformed The above U calculated on standard time. Solar disease-tainte- d, t me it about 10 minute faster man is ever allowed to fire and begin tho apprenticeship of our vocation, nor nny QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. who cannot give reference as to his mor a passjunctjon City B. L. E. TIjo first annual ball of r. mat oh; gold. , Lced'fl Division, 403, Brotherhood of Lo- to Miss Maggio Meiklc, dotted silk; roses. comotive KnElneers, proved na eminent, CRAB OHCIIAKD. ly successful aa it wan thoroughly enjoyaMia Alico Moore, red mull; diamonds. ble. Walton's Opera House was beautiful Mrs. Alice Newlund, white IntiBdown, ly decorated with emblems, flags and other lace trimmings; diamonds. green while red, white, blue LONDON'. Mrs. A. D. Underwood, brown silk. Miss Mary Muudl, dark gray silk, hat DR W. B. PENNY JTor Dentist. seated by Dr. Office South tide Main street, in office recently L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. y Twenty Sl XSullcliug T FARM FOR SALE. Lots In the corporate limits of Rowland. II. I. DARST.lRowland A. S. PRICE, Office over Ssverno.ee & Son's Store, Main Furm .For Sal. to Earp's Art Gallery He Acres on the I will sell privately toy I'srmoi . Danville & Stanford pike, ihres liiiles Iroin It it well Impinvosf, with dwelliep cf fise rooms, new bnrn ajiil all nrcesry rwthuildlntti alto has fine spring Call on me en the premises or address me at Stanferd. Kv KUUES'E KF.LLKY A, Slsn-ford- flOYAl Mrs. J H. Kborline, black silk; dia- monds. Miss Lula MclCec, while unshmoie; autiu; silk; dia- I will sell privately tny Farm of 41 Acres, 1 mile SUROKOy DENTIST. from Crab Orchard, on the Stanford IVo It is street, good land and well improved with seed dwelling, barn, vineyard, water, ,Vc fsll on me on the Stanford. premltot ur address me at Crib Orchard 3tl JOHN DR NAUIH. THE F. RILEY . HOUSE London, niUHY, Proprietor, - Kentucky. pearls. Miss Mollie Irtoksfln, red Bargain in'Lincoln County Farm 4rfHiueii(j ami If Ul monds. JUNCTION CITY. ya be (ere the istof January 111 Acret: rich. weu locnieii. Apply tft W. E. VARNON, Stanford. Ky Go To have jotir phetoeranha Ukan. with nil the Veep, up 1 have meved to my new Hotel and am better prepartd than ever to accommodate the public Good Livery attached and every convvnieuoe Give me a trail. FRANK RILKV. 7, Mrs. D. Hull, creiiifi Ohinu latest Improvements, 9-iy Notice to tho Traveling Public. 1 d MIm Lena Welle, black silk; opals. Mies Kuthie Warmnn, ml Henrietta; gold. And will piveyntt Rood Mtlxfactlna. A I KAKI', "tanferd. have had Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Confection tries, Ac lias with him a first class baker and ran luroish ; road, Cakes and the like 911 short notice. Delr In THE SHELTON HOUSE At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and have in cumicciibA with Hotel one nf the best saloons In the Stale, open day and night; a night man meets all trains. In cunneetien with liouv havs also one of the best Mineral wells in the btaU and for reference lo water, call on Mr and Mrs G. W. Pttrick. Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Fleyd Ingram, Erin, Tenn.A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. I E. Proctor, C II. Ilraum, Mr and Mrs T. W. Hamilien, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs K B.Johnson. New Haven, Jim Cox, Greensburx Rales )t per day J M. i'etrcy, clerk. Give rae a call I W CARRIER, Prop QSoiy POWDER Absolutely Jra D. wearen Keeps constantly on hand a full line of MONUMENTS Of,all kliul, Made and Sot Up in All Parts of the Country. No Agents em ployed. STAPLE & FANCY , ; Trains ..... South-bound-- io-j- ws. v.. New Orleans Limited jJo s . .. m iy A C. Special 3:06 a- - m.; Blue r.rnH Special 0 00 a m, ; Cincinnati Limitea 3:10 m m.; FrsI Mail iS3 P-- n .V C Special ta:5S am .tili . o m - ....I! , Fart p. m. al North-bound-- ' -- LAND FOR SALE. 4 m i - iW s talf cleared, balance in timber, ..neveMoilmg pr.no. and lfortyAcrci of Land, miles South of Stanford good orchard, two 1 Falls Branch l Jellico Coal Co 'A v Miners ud shippers of lh GENUINE r? Il agents for Stanford . and Try U. We are the sole 01 uepoi street ..- - ...- Office corner rotdcrossing. HIGG1NS A WATTS, Rowland. Original Jellico Coal. piM.Mwi. Lm SVnd UoS Sconce ROWLAND, KY., HARDWARE, IN CROCERIES, nPMFR Ohio and bhoes, .UeTarreL Tobacco. : ,eoun- Will take s.U by market nrice. for goods at ,ty JrfUbto . BridhMd To- I am " I0 aircnL tut mo ful line of these gnous '1.1 ; .tl I k of to merchant, ei Stanford i, to give me their order, an d will and HlUfor ofl..me. and ' V. K.Y., miSS?."1 EUSTIE & BOWBLL, STANFORD, House, Sign, Decorative Painter and Paper Hanger. - Country work solicited Ss-3- "' - - Estimates furnished. - i.M.riRUCK. J.H.YEAGER BRUCE & YEAGER, UVffil. BED AM STANFORD, The aiove pUDHC. SALS STABLE, KY. iTectJuly 1st and e patronage of the re-th- firm went .1 asks m" -- NEW RIGS AND HORSES en purchased and notUlng but tabW. lurniHi s will leave the first-cla- ss Give tlieui 37 a Call. MYERS?IOl'SE X-X- r BRTT fUble, which STABLE P. W. GREEN, Ffop. ThW dress. The crowd began to gather at the RICHMOND. handsomely decorated hall at 7: CO and Miss Mary McCollum, red China silk, from that till 9.30 youth and beauty con- chiffon. n.l' tinued to arrive. At tho latter hour tho Miss Mattio McCollum, pink nlbatross, programme was begun and till U a. m. chiffon; natural (lowers. Terpischoro ws worshiped above all DISSOLUTION NOTICE. Mrs. William Bice, black silk; jft ornaments. Tho Stanford ladies who took part vine or xvtllinc eur old businees, and all cimom-er- s were: Mrs. E. F. North, Mrs. T. A. sirtHia indebted to II. K. .V W. II. Wcarcn wilt find A their account! with W. Itice, Mrs. G. L. Peuuy and Misses Hel- same piace ui uines, II. Wearenma Co., at;the Mine, rieasn can II K &.W. II WKARKS en Paufley, Anne Shanks, Aunio Hale, 71 Nannie Vandeveer Alary Daviess Dud tlernr Lola Burks, and Mrs. Frank Harris. As every gentleman fiotn Rowland and a great many from this place were present, wo have not the space to mention their names. The gentlemen from Corbin were. A. G. Zook, W. (J. Fullerton, C.tpt. Frank Articles to Suit the Most Fastidious. A complete line of Kearns, John Mahoney, Bart Baker Wm. Keyer, Capt. John Harris. London W. H. Carrier, J. B. Eber-liu- o, TUE QUADRILLE. W. G. Meltoberta and Win. Pugh. trods. Scally's band from Louisvillu furLouisville Robert Burgess, Jack Shel nished the music, which was highly ly, John M. Williams, Robert Keyer, praiaed by both thedincers and specta- Burt Kccgan, Andrew Keifer, S. M. Pettors. The committee of arrangements, tibone and Dr. G. Goldstein. consisting of Messrs. George Rae, Thos. Knoxville- -J. It. Cabbell, C. R. Gur-noHiggins and Dave Burgess, had everyL. D. Crawford, J. I. Clark, T. thing in readiness and from the begin- Webb. W. L. Baylesa. ning to the ending of the ball there was Lebanon Clarence Anthony. Complicated Watch Repairs and not a hitch nor a bobble. The reception Artistic Engraving a Specialty. AtSalyeravillo Anderson Cole was committee did good work and all who All goods sold engraved tree of charge were present were given a hearty wel- arrested on the charge of incest, made OorYoHr patronage respectfully solicited. come by those gentlemen Messrs. J. B. by his two young daughters. The eviKeyer, James P. Kearns, W. F. Sheri- dence is very strong against him and he dan, W. Q. Fullerton, L. M. Westerfield will have to bu sent away to prevent and Thomas Lasley. The members of mob violence. tho floor committee aro also to bo conDoaired lnrormiUlcm. gratulated on their untiring energy in We desire to impress'upon the TO THE PEOPLE OF minds of the pule making each and every one have a good lie the superiority of the service offered by the Central Lines brtwren and time and feel that it was good for him to Wisconsin and St. Paul, Minneapolis,Chicago and Milwaukee Duluth alt points In the Northwest. Two fait trains leave be there. On this committee were ChicaKodailr for St. Paul. Minneapolis and DuMessrs. Thomas Hurley, J. W. Flowers, luth with Pullman Vettlbuled Drawing Room Sleepersand Coaches of latest deifu lis Dinlnir OUie Pierce, Thomas Higgins, Davo Car Service is unsurpassed. It is the only route AND VICINITY. over which It. L. Martin and others. Mr. Geo. to the Pacific Coastand Pullmanboth Pullman are I ournt Cars Itao was prompter and general utility operated Irom Chicago viaM. Paul without chance. Pamphelts giving valuable can be man and to him is a good share of the obtained free upen application Information nearest to your 1 am OfTeiiHe yett a ticket agent, or to Jas C. Pond, deceral Passen. success due. The hop was an elegant gcr and Ticket Agent, Chicago, affair altogether and one that uill not soon die from tho, f. memories of tlioso who were fortunate enough to bo there. The follow inn is a list of thn ladios aiid a description of their costumes; 01 Cat-alof- standing." And fine tabic delicacies. Special attention given to the best brands FOB, HE3TT. of Canned and Uottled goods, also Evaporated Kruits. I carry the A Good, ComfortableRcsideuce, finest line of 1'orcign and Domestic Fruits, Candies, Nuts, &c. 1 On DanvUte street. Goed garden, cow pasture, THE GRAND MAIICK TO Bl'l'I'KIt. buy only from the most reliable yard, Mater, Ac. Apply to Mrs. J. J. Tadlock, Harrodsburg. ar UK. HUGH RKIl), packers and can assure you of the !KS. RhTTlKJP. A I FORD or 7s mour silk; emenlds and pearls, best. Favor me with your order to RUIN. lTS. and it will receive prompt attenMrs. Wm. Keyer, black silk; dia Orchard, Lawn, Garden. tion. Terms, 50 days. Goods monds. Promptly Delivered. Mrs. Minnie Donahue, gray evening is-f- m iff 4$ ,"' If. a ifv-"- " W. ADAMS No. 41 & Broadway, Lexington, Ky SON, GROCERIES I will dt'iver Ice every morning to families in Stanford and vicinity at 50 cents per ii pounds: lor mi to 100 pounds at the rateof AoeeBts,and unuer 50 peunm at ine rate ol tj cents I call special attention to the John Hreniter nrewin C. 'a Celebrated I X. L. Beer, for which 1 am agent. Wilt famish In cube' keg or bottle. Writs for rrlves. K BH KM KR. .Stanford, Ky tstf John II. CuKJeNtaa A O Lanhtm !V ROYAL nsuranse Sompany, OF LIVERPOOL. Immense stock of Fruit and Ornamental Irees, small Fruits, Shrubs, Vine, and Plants Prices low. We have no agents and eur profits cease where theirs bec.ln General aud Strawberry on application in M HILLENMKYKR, 7j Lexington. Ky FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD. KY Capital Stock Surplus S200,000 BAKBEK&OASTLEMAN MAN'AGKKS. - 20.000 W. A. TRIB3L3, Lo:al 111 Vim BANKS THE JEWELER, Watches, Clocks y, a Jewelry And SILVERWARE. Oommorco Building, Loulavillo AttentMMl of the pHMtc M invited lu the fac that this it the Mly Nattenal lUnk n Stanford Ageets ihrtwIwot the boot Und... the provukmsof the N'attenat Haalc Act dcpoitH are secured not onlv by the capital liability ler as by the stockholders' ttecV, hut amount equal la the stock.se that depositors ol Agpaat, this institution are tecured by a fund oftsorsooa Five sworn statements eitheeondilieti nf the bins 8TANFOHD. K made each year to the United Stales cavern-meare and liassscU are esamiHrd at stated limes by government agents, thus seeming additilona and perfect safety to depesltort. Tlllt STANI KI This institution, antnally established as ths Deposit ltaok of Stanford in iBj. then irniraiu and ucd aa the National Hank ol Stanford in again rc'cirganiied as the Kirst National Bank ol Stanford In iM. has had practically an uninterrupted enttenceef it years. It is better supplied Hat centra, led with responsible firms ler Hi plants now with lacililles lor IrannactinRbuuueis prompt and will have the Ue and com id t ly and liberally than eser before in ill long and ie.1 in about slsty dars ; the Water PUutt Plant soon r hotviraUe career AccoSnls ef corporations, Cirns and individuals respectfully sollc-te- tl In order to plare individual centraeis in ad vanee for Water and Electru Light, the Cempatiy The Direetery ol tMs Hank is composed 01 otters Ihe following Necessary water pipes will be laid, connected le T. ). Foster, of Stanfenl; mains at actual cotl lor pipe and work KftreMM Reid, l.isaoln county; ' wires pus iu boh necsisary natures fur : J W. llayden, Stanford; nithed free el tharge he of best quality and gusraoiecd (ogive S II. Raughman, Lincoln siitiaciion M.J. Miller, Ml Vernon; The schedule of silonteJ rates la Iimiiiuui S. T. Harris, Lincoln; per ceut. lower Hun is usually itlvro J, S. Docker Stanford; fl A. Laekey, Lincoln; Schedule of T P. Ilill.Stanford. W. O Welch, Stanford; DwelliBj; of j rooms, one faucet $S ICach additional rewm S W. P. Tale, Staolerd. Each additional faucet. 1 oa . . . OFFICERS. Stores, Hanks and Private Omies, 1 lancet. Baths, private, one ... J I.S Hixler, President; Hose attachmenl lor sprinkler .. $ OO John J. McKoberts, Cashier; Stables, private, one animal . .. III! A. A McKinney, AssitUnt Cashier. Kaeh auditions! animal. . t GO ut i5 Watertight and Ice KK-etti-c Co. af-te- fulu-curv- lo ., Yearly Wator Rates. J ', lanctt,... .... ........ . Farmers Bank&Tmst Co. or stanford.;ky Paid up Capital of , Is now lully organued and ready far business with Electric Light Rates. For commercial sHS! One arc and three 10 c. p. locandeirentlamp , per , jN , For 16 c. p. rich ineandeMcnt light, ter mo. 6a jer .... Bur-ges- s, d, first-cla- 111 I.OUlbVII.LK. with the i run n connection Myers House, Iim been supplied with A Hew Lot of Horses, Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, the u, pnpHi FIRST-CLASS es and Is better iiner. Suppl public with supply than ever RIGS OF AL.L KINDS. Weddings. i'ersonal and prompt attention given to l'rtiaarid Uur.uls p W. GREEN, Proprietor AL. BURN1 Manager THE 60FFBY HOUSE STANFOHD, KY., Mrs. J. W. Combs, white China silk; white roses. Mrs. U. W. Huffman, China silk, chiffon lace; diamonds. Miss Beth Higgins, yellow silk mull, while roses. Mis Mary Shunit, orange crepon; (lowers. Miss Kato Carroll, heliotrope crepon; di unonds andifloweis. Miss Maggie Manly, blue crepon; (lowers. Mrs. V, Shanks, heliotrope silk; (lowers. Miss Keger, cream China silk, point lace; diamonds. Mib Lizzie Keger, bluehilk; pearls. ROWLAND. Junction City Marble&GraniteWorks JUNCTION CITY, KY Have lust erected a new Marble and Granite HoiiM) hnd am fully prepared to fill orders for all kind ot Marble and Granite work. I havo in my employ skilled workmen from the East. My freight (ncilltlM. can not bu excolled and I will not be undersold 38 JOE S. WRIGHT Mis. Sherman Napier, yellow hilk, lace overdress; gold. Is now I iotei. renovated Miss Sallie Dudderar, black Henrietta; rarhts chargu'and I intendand refurnished, so a. to to conduct it U oynly 10 add diamonds. maintain it high fepoUiwn. but no friends. Special Mrs. Waverly Hamilton, black silk, traveler, and line rooms for bead trimmings. the disploy of samples. Mrs. .W. L. Duddorar, brown cloth; Saloon A First-Clas- s attached. (lowers. And BILLIARD and POOL ROOMS Mrs. Charles Hewitt, pink crepon. JOSEPH COFFKY. t Miss Nellie Orndorll, figured albaj.ross; flowers. Mrs. J. W. Carrier, black silk; gold. Mrs. J. W. Flowem, black silk, bead Highest cash market price paid trimmings. Mrs. 0. J. Thompson, brown silk; for pearls. Tsars 1 Mrs. Elllo Elmore, black silk. , DBbl niUCO, Miss Alice Haines, brown mohair. f &c. at Miss Addio Martin, blue Bedford cord, plush and steel trimmings. & CO., Miss Mary Vanoy, cream mohair; ribM. F. STANFORD, KY bon trimmings; rubies. iyr accommoda-?on.foriommercul JOSEPS5 COFFEy,!Pro'r. 3?-- CASH ELKIN I n.l'fUSJnn rui TllSntlf aiiun, , -- AT- Jes3e Thompson's Barber Shop, r I here are three of the best Barbers in the State. There are also excellent Bath Rooms run in connection Agent lor Lexington Steam Laundry For itt 16 e p incandescent Utup per no.. 60 ,, . J S3 SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL ' j,l " BANK OK STANFORD, i " 4th" " Now closing up) with the same assets and uudci For each additional M m the same management. Forlurther iufHrnatitHi, apply 10 By provisions of its chatter, depositors sre ai J. W HAVDRN.Ssip'i.&c. fully protected as aie depositors in National tlsnks. iu shareholders being held indiidually liable to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereof, in addition la the .H.A..M. inuA.,.l In a... li !.... I, I.1T art ft. enecutor, atminrstrator, trustee, Ac, as fully at an individual To those who entrusted their buismess to in while mnagtiiK the LircoIr National Bank ol Stanford, we we hete under our many thanks and trust tsey will continue to transact their business Ky. with us, offering as a guarantee fer prompt attention to same, our twenty years' enpenence in I hav nle tin m tiirol VARMS J rtaleol the banking and as liberal accoHitnodaUOiis as are consery be., h ue(ra.s Lamlsin l.intoin lounty. sistent with sound banking Tnese Farms sre all well impr-vand rood rich lands, tuiising in i from cu 1.1 tn Arres HIFlVTOK.. CotsMdeting ihmt U sliiy. thetr rschsiess ami J. J. H'UIhwhs, Mt. Vernon; r of soil, tho cuMvcniettce ui lurniket asvd rail J M Hall, Statilerd; rti4t thai brmjj aserkeU right to ot,, hey are choapsir than Ike Lands of any other tOunty.m J. S. Owsley, Stamford, the Slate There is smrcely a Farm id the counS J. Kmbry, Stanferst ; ty oser f miles from a depot The couuty it checked with turnpikes running J. E. Lynn, Stanford; inctvrv dirc.tia There h net a public road en A W. Carpenter, Milkdgtv.ht, lenssK the counlv seal that ss Mot, Macadamised J. F. Cash, Stanford , We have the Knots ill Branch ef the I. ,V N H R, dividini; the counlv from Kast .to U'mi iiulik. William Gooch, Stamord, Ky h r m 0, Udiei and iMI'lrcH . Aim . . - - .. .1 . v. n. k k ,mtn: the X C, R R irw S 11, Shanks, President irciii mis pure to Uncmnatl, crossing the C ft O J II Owsley, Cashier. at Winchoier, gtivmg full access to the markets et NY. M. irient, tenet the whole world. l!eles. .,... have thrM lj.r. we . kriA.. M.n .iii .i. iwhbijt i,v .'mi. iiui give us a market fur all our uraiii right at home, and the detelop mrnt of the mountain regions ot Kaittrn and South eatrn Kentucky by lailroadt and the outAnd let South by railroads hat created tiuh a demand f rail kinds l cereals and pniseudcr that wecan scat' ely retain enough tor rvoincconsiimptlso. GOODS, 1 ho people are prosperous, generous aud kind, BENTS' believing in Christianity and education. There Is not a neighborhood in the county but has a gend church and school-houhave buyers in the Eastern cities who nredaiK Stanf ird, ihecountr scat of Lincoln, is a prosshipping to ine perous little city of about 3. too mhab.tanu ami it door ay from the North and North I the great eass 3nmi anu irom ine .orinwest to Niulheast, I and standing as 11 does gating right into tho bos' And when the blue DlrJs come I niu of the undeveloped mountains of bnuiiicasitrn Kentucky backed up by the whole region ol the State with railroads running through it t all points of the compass, makes it naturally one if the best loeted towns In the South for mannfactures and other enterprises of magnitude . ,. In this town and Water Workt are now being agitated and right aboe the town about of a mile there could be erected Water Works with scry HI tic cost that would supply a city of 130,000 inhabitants with the purest and best water in the .or..... . world Our little city hta been newly rebuilt in the last few years and its hutiuett houses ard ref idcni.es will compare with larger cities of greater rV'EF.V FAD, AND FANC7, pretensions. Our merchants aud tradesmen are all prosperous and doing well. We hate two banks with a capital stock ol $400,000 that ate prosperous aud in a good condition. Don't listen to the tales of other merchants We have splendid schools. We have a Female College, a large brick building, with aver 100 pn nils in attendance and under the principalthip ol Prof, J M Hubbard, Is in a flourishing condiSjhQns ftssaaaamtsars.. tion. We nltn have a Seminary that is a good Cso old worthless stock. school, with Prof B. F, Johnson, at itt head. We havcone of the but Public School buildings iu this section of tho State, with over 100 pupils in attendance, and with other good private schools, you see our school facilities arc excellent old way Am sell the Call aud tec ine, Dealer iu the above We have elegant church builningt, representing whether you want to liuj or not If goods urn not natitfactnry I will exchange them or refund the Orders for Cattle, Sheep ful Hogs every denomination,ndwith adoing corps 01 ministers of fiat clasn talent a belter 'business are money, Solicited, Stock Cattle and Sheep a specialty. than any class of men in the city. I have tried to mske this statement aa facts, Persons having; any of the above described) stock for tain o. wishing to purchase same, will do wi.ll without anv exaggeration or coloring, at thoto to call on or address me An espcrience of fifteen who know will beam a out, and those who with . MAIN STRF.ET,,. . years In this business bat bren of profit to me and to buy pleasant homes at lair prices add locate I think I can make it profitajile both to the buyer among a good people with all the bctt surroundings, would do well to call and see me before pur 100 and teller P O. address Stsnford, Ky. chasing elsewhere Cfficeat the Mycrt Home. Surplus, . - $200,000. 19,000. - j . For Resulenie Use. 66 II li HTJSTONVILLE " JX. T. BUSK, REAL ESTATE AGENT A Great Bankrupt Stock, Stanford, fer-lii- BOOTS AND SHOES .- .- ..-- Hats, Caps, ClotMng1 FUKIi v, ...... se I HAVE COME TO STAY Blue-Gras- s WILL BUILD A TEMPLE FILL IT WITH GQQDS. three-fourt- FASU My Goods Aro STow, It BUT F.lttDAfe5M WILLIAM MORELAND, and JOS. SO&OMONV HUSTONVILLE, KY t . ,. I A.jktmffi'' '4MJ!uif