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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892120601 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. 7 Hi Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XX. M W T CRAB ORCHARD. Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. DECEMBER 6. 1892. hands of tho receiver, and realizing in tho manngemunt of these Hnec many millions of dollars. In 1881 Mr. Gould turned his attention to tho Now York system of elevated railroads. Tho Manhattan IUIlway Co. reorganized in 1880 on its present basis with Mr. Gould as president and his sou, Georgo Gould as first operates 32.4 miles of road with assets of $5 1,000,000. Mr. Gould invested deeply In 'tho stock of tho Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph Company, und 'in 1879 organized the American Union Telegraph Company, which in 18S0 was merged Into tho Western Union Company. In 1S33 he acquired control of the latter corporation and has sinco been a member of its executive committeo aud his son, Geo. Gould, and his business associates aro members 'of its directory. Mr. Gould married shortly after com ing to Now York, in 1850, Miss Kila Mil ler, daughter of a wealthy Now York citizen, and had five children, three sons, Georgo J., Kdward and Howard, and two daughters, Misses Helon and Hannah Gould. Mrs. Gould died Jan. 13, 1S01. His eldest son, George, who has succeeded to most of hii father's business interests, was married about b'ix yoars ago to Miss Edith ICingdon, the actress, and has threo children. The next son, Kdward, married n daughter of Dr. Shnrdy. The other children are unmarried. Mr. Gould was an attendant of tho Presbyterian church at which Rev. John It Paxton, D. D., is pastor, and was privately quite liberal in his support of it, though not t member of any church. d NO. 81 LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY 'It seems as If tho whisky fight had commenced in Lancaster. Now look - And tone, tmt kre come out for the fur to fly. k p While monkeying with a pistol, Tom A. COMET ABOUT JDEC. 1892, Kemper, of Marksbury, accidentally That will criith out Mf h pr!et atl eompeMtta in the following artialew shot himself in the left hand. It oiled Oaten, lfayne' Canned Cwn, Our merchants aro beginning to reVermicelli. Ptk' Canned Corn, Maeareoi, ceive their Christmas coods and will Dine Del) Canned Orn, ' V. V. Cream Che., Yarmouth Canwd CetH, have them displayed in a few days. Flat Hock To'roatee, Dates, Mrs. W. O. Sweeney give an elePslic's Tomatoes, Kl8s, gant 10 o'clock breakfast to her frionds Dried Apples, Aprieotf, I I) lackberrles, Saturday morning in honor of Miss RobCalifornia Evaporated Krafts, Pineapple, llcd, i'eanes, inson. Pineapple, grated. Michigan HanJ Picked We understand that our friend, Mr. Canned Heel, Navy Ileans, Applicant for T. B. Robinwn, will bo an lotted Ox'Tonguc, Hound Hominy, If Surveyor of the Port at Louisville. Deviled Ham, Hominy Flake, Prunes, CoveOjritera.j tho people all over the State knew "TomJAY GOULD. Oil Fresh Oysters, my" Robinson as well and as favorably Sardine', Celery, Many Millionaire Passes In His as ho is known iu Garrard, ho would Salmon, Irish Potatoes, picked, Checks I! utter, not havo the slightest difficulty in securLobiters, Gold Dutt Poaehef, Hks. L'rof. W. 8. Burch wiw not nblo to They ing the appointment. A better hearted Were Never Protested Here. May All Kinds of Sugars, Pie Peachet, man than Tom Robineon never lived. teach last week, on account of slokmns. They be Slmilnrly Honored Here Canned I'eai, Krih Hams, of tho &k Misses Lackey, of Stanford, are Misa Leah'stegV had charge fc . line Leaf Lard, J'igf rcelf after. f Mrs. W. R. MissMattie Elkin. school durinc his absence. Cod Fth, ., Molasses, Foest, 4 Jay Gould is dead and though he had Applo Vinegar, Pickles, Marrs has returned from Nashville. Miss Ohrlatmaaia beginning to make its . , All Kinds of Cakj , Finest Teas, Fields is the gueat of Mies Alice Hud-so- u. appearanco in tho shape of black cako millions upon millions of money, his Green Jara CeQVc, Crocker, ' Mies Robinson, the trimmer in .nr.tf ivmvnraatlnnn at iiomo. and tin end was tho baiiio as if he hud been a ' Spices, .Arbucklc's Cfle, common, overy-daindividual with not Mrs. Sweeney's millinery store, returnhorns and flro crackers In tho stores. Meal and Four, Kated Mscha CefTee, ry l'ulml-naMiss FlorRoyal Jara and Moha Mlied, nice, w'i Nov. Van N'uy and wife held nieot- a cunt to pay for ducont burial. ed to her home Saturday. consumption knocked him out in Fine Stick Candles, Mackerel In Uttlk, Ito ence Harris visited Miss Katio Simpson Insa two nights during tho wook for tho All Kinds of X'raai Lima Ilea, W Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Louis Doty bunefltofthoW.O.T. U. Hev. Amos short order and at 9:15 Friday morning Candies, Fruits and N'uts, Pumpkins, - ho breathed his last. Fancy Oranges and f Ktout nroaohed two able sormons Sunhas returned from the Commercial Oaf Meal. Bananas. Tho history of Jay Gould from the day. Nashville. at I ine Silk Mufllors for Ladies and Gents in all designs. Ladies Silk Chiffon Handkerchiefs. Handkerchiefs. stock cl Linens, workid, stamped, Ac. ThoMboola of Mn. W. K. lluchanan barefooted boy who Wittidered over tho Puck has a cartoon of a longhaired Gent's PiBaSllk most elegant line ofFine tueensware, such as Decorated Lamps, Elegant line of fancy Feu Goods. A fine of Delaware county to the Parlor Lamps. Haft of the football crnz?, surrounded by Lamps, nud Miss Mollio Warron closed I'riday. tough hills Ilu.jue Figures, Tea Sets, Water Sets. Fruit Dishes, (ard Receivers, Flower Plat5, hro d Mues, .Vc Don't fill Melviu co nmonced a pri- railroad king, whoso wealth was showing the aim. inVtwes, - Match Receiver, Dinner Sets, 10 per cent, by all meant to examine our mamti-. .. r raum jusi now arriving ami save 10 . 30 Mra. Georgo a bevy of female admirers, wmt one ana all ami tsee the Comet in at $100,000,000, Is ono of tho most Respectfully, to worship the Kowland, Ky. tondtincv of tho vate Bohool out in thu Collier building remarkable among our men. Monday. physical rather than tho mental qualiHe was born in West Settlement, a Juite a number of ladloa are now ties of those who aspire to celebrity. attending tho Kculoy Instituto at this back woods village of Uoxbury, Dela The pictures of several teams are pubware county, N. Y., May 27,1S.".(5, aud was place and patients aro coming in rapidly lished in tbeKastern dailies and judging lll,nAA,l irnrk encfl Oil. It fillOUld the son of John B. Gould, a farmer who from their personal appearance It would A Modern Bible Story. wax fairly well to do. II to mother died esbo full to ovprllowlng. 1. And in those days thero dwelt in bo difficult to tell whether they were an infant. Mli liono Stuart went to Danvillo- when he was left home with 50 cents in the land of tho Hooserites a certain man caped lunatics or genuine chimpanzees. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. L Mr. Gould l - .Sunday to visit friends. Mrs. F. L. ClifNow that the election of a new and tho name of tho man was Benjamin. ford and little ones, who hnve been vie- - his pocket aud studied at Hoburt- Acad1892. .; 2. And ho waxed great in tho land chief magistrate has been determined, ltlng her mother, Mrs. N nrd, at this emy, in a neighboring town. Hero he and tin people said unto him behold, tho battle of the office seekers has begun. and Normal School teachers. Supei.or courses Literature, iilncu. left for Lancastor Sunday. Mrs. turned an oxtra penny by keeping the any contest that Full corps cf Conservatory department. Catalogues and circulars furnished in application'. Music r was great It bids fair to eclipse on An. Excellent boarding Mrs. J. books of tho village blacksmith, eventu- tho name of thy l'ollock fs viaiUng her daughtvr, proceeded it in the number of conally onjoyiug a brief parlnundiip in the in the land, aud his name was in tho hae E. ricasams. testants for every position from a counbusiness. He was fond of mathematics mouths of all the people. to a seat in 3. And ho was chief ruler over all the try OANVH.LE. and on leaving school found employthe cabinet or a foreign mission. Petiment in making surveys for a map of people. Mr. Hubert McGoodwIn was able to 4. Now, therefore, arise; got theo up tions are floating around in every direcMonday for tho first time since Ulster county at a salary of $20 per onto the City called Washington and aspirant is satisfied that ride out tion.and every month. potho begiuniug of his bIx weeks' illness. Chief Ruler over all the land from ho is the one upecially fitted for tho After an unsuccessful attempt to push "Wait Till the Clouds ltoll By" will sition ho seeks, and is equally confident which Maine oven unto California. tho sale of a patent mouse-trap- , bo presented at tho Opera House, Thursshall keep" constantlyon During the year 1892 I 5. And ho answered them and said, of success. It would be a thankless task he had invented, Mr. Gould entered inday, 8th hut., by Frank Willis' Comedy stock of whatsoever seoineth good unto you I to attempt to convince any one seeking hand a full and complete to partnership with Zadoo Pratt in thi a position that his chances aro about Company. will do. tannery business, in Pennsylvania, at a drawing a thousand dol- A petition was in circulation hero G. And he arose and got himself up equal to that of place known as Gouldsboro. In 185G W. K. ar prize in the Louisiana Lottery and last week asking that Judgo '.ho patent was sold and Gould went to unto the City, which is called Washing Lebanon bo appointed pension that it is a waste of time to be chasing Now York with quite an addition to his ton and ho abode there tho space of four , aL'ent for Kentucky. after phantoms that ara like years and he'ruled over tho land from 'The baieles'. labnc of a vision.' Tho prosecution against Alex Cam fortune. Ho entered into business with Malnucven unto California. Chas. it. Leupp, leather merchant. In The pursuit will go on all the flame charged with committing a urcaou den, 7. And it came to pass that after cer My stock of of 1857 Lcupp's capital was aud it may bo well to volunteer Bome of tho peace in tho knobs n week ago, the paulu tain days were expired that there came advice, which may or may noxt Saturday. wrecked, but Gould managed to come wholesome has been continued nntil thiough without severe loss. Gould's unto him a certain man, and the name not be heeded. Firdt, purchase a "blue .Wir n.imlninDr various localities father-in-laMr. Miller, initiated tho of the man was William. book." in which all the offices of tho Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my "customers of of a water euyply for Danvi'le, In 8. And William spake unto the Chief young financier into the raihoad busigovernment and the salaries attached drompt service, low charges and courteous treatment;! Mr. Thomas l)uisvllle, U of tho Engineer McLood, of and sold him a number of shares Ruler and said: If thy servant hath thereto aro fully described. From this DALTon in charge. A. R. PENNY. dam made betow the ness, opinion that a in tho Rutland and Washington rail- found favor in thy sight, let, I pray thee, book a selection can be made and then a of Harrod'a Hun and Moux'a junction road at a few cents on the dollar. Mr. this decree bo established. to branch would allord about the best Gould showed so much interest that he 9. That' whatsoever goods be sent petition can bo prepared addressed tho proper authority, setting forth the chance. -was soon elected president' and general within our borders by other nations qualifications of the applicant, hia high Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Chrlsman .havo manager of road and finally consoli- shall pay a great tax which is called a standing in the community, his sterling the absonce in roturued from a tariu". inteeritv. his devotion to his party, his of or- dated it with tho Kenssaelur and Saratowill have a 5, Florida. He 10. And the thing was' good in the 2T :", ga railroad. When tho stock went up Ill GKV JVJ Bit ujri'M niy rj. sicrifices of time, talent and money in and Tangerene orananges, grape-frui- t sight of tho Chief Ruler. Gould sold out at a hnudsome profit. upholding tho party banner and his do 'dSdKs ges here this week, raised on his own 11. Ami it camo to pass, that when In 1880 Mr. Gould entered Wall street the people heard of it, they lifted their termination to dio in the trenches if will sell to plantation, which ho as a broker. He established a small voices Hiid wept, aud there was great la- necessary, for the success of the cause, needing them. Is Receiving His This petition should ba signed by all became private ofiico and becime,erport in thu Mr. John A. Scott, aged mentation throughout all the laud. tho neighbors for miles around and by paralyzed Sunday night about 10 o'clock handling of railroad securities. During 12. Aud the people murmured and of six tails, who aa he row from hKohair to prepare for tho civil war Krio Railroad stock went said, ono to another, why shall we have the Tycoons and Pashas nro sunnosed to be tho distributors of well during doT.-- to bod reck and Gould bought it Goods' Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. bed. Although not feeling our sultstanee taken from us and de- patronage. It will, as u matter of course, the day Mr. Seott' gonwal health had for a soug. Gould rapidly bscamw the voured'' be rend Httontirolr by tho one to whom been unusnally good, for a man of his leading spirit of the Krio Railway Com13 Let us rkse and smite tho Chief in addressed and the names will bo age, The paralysis extend all along th pany aud in likiT ho was made president. Ruler and all tho servants of his house it ctawly scrutinized to see whether Jim He also purchased a controlling interest that tallow after him iu his iniquity and left side. Mr. Scott is the father of and Dandy Scott of th firm of Hackney A in the 10th National Bank. Krio share- utUrl;. destroy them from the iace of Jones, Timothy Tugmutton Doolittlti'ti names are appended to the diholders brought suit to restrain the (Late Alexander's Hotel.) Seott. the earth. rr document. After the preparation of the rectors from issuing auy mora Block. was And it came to pasn in the elev- petition and securing a proper amount II. The total yote of Colorado The complainant) naked for the appoint- enth mouth, which is the mouth Nodivided na follows: Kates S2.50 Per Day. of namesi it would be host to qnit work ment of a receiver. Tills request was nVonth, 62.8W; Itepublican 3S,I I; 1'iohlbi grunted by the appointment of Jay vember, on the eighth day of the for awhilo and Hend a reasonable quan- Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-Housthat the people arose and they smote tion 1,077. Gould himself. With the cousont of Benjamin and alt the servants of his tity of time in tho contemplation of the L,ouisviIlc, Heavy goUl XorU, unfavorable harvest that is to follow the receipt of : and Judge Barnard, Gould bought and can- house and they utterly destroyed them W. R. LOGAN, A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, from the monetary conference tho ofike. Congratulation of friends iu enfrom the fce of the earth forever. somewhat celled 200,000 shares. A corner was Manager. J. J. Marshall, clerks. tho death of Mr. Uould havo will bo in order, but as thore is advance gineered in Krio stock about this time, aiTected the bpbcuIrUvo market, but not many a slip twixt tho cup and the lip, jSmily Zola. Tho Hammond, Intl. and in one day its prico roso from 40 to J.N. MKNEKKt or a. c. SINE us greatly as was oxpoctod. U0. A panic was averted by tho action Daily Trihnno has this to Bay of tho it might be well to consider whether According to the report of tho Sec- of tho secretary of the treasury, who re- t rou do whioh will appear at Walton's not it would be better, after tho petition retary of tho Interior, It has been deter alized enough money from tho is properly signed, to put it in the lire Opera House, Dec. 15th: "Tho rained by triangulatfon that tho summit given at Hohnutu Opera and let the poslollices and all otherpor'a to relievo the straiu. Krio of Mt. St. Kliaa has an altitude of 18,100 of offices go, preferring rather to engage fell from 00 to 12 aud it was House lust night hy tho Emily Zola feet abovo the tea, making it tho high thought Gould was ruined; but ho was to in some established business than to tho Co. was an agreeahlo surprise he can est point on this continent, unless cer ablo to weather the storm. tho largo audienco in attendance. Tiiid acceptance of a position where tain unmeasured volcanoes ot Mexico be decapitated without a moment's attempt was made by Gould in famous company havo, lately An placed him in should piovo higher. for tho tour of '92 and "J3 and iium-he- r warning by one who year 1SU0 to corner all the gold in tho counThe railway mail survu-- tins power, and without giving him any reaamong tfielr specialists such try. Fifty milllous of dollars was tho handled and distributed 0,215,091,775 priaio aimed at. Tho price of gold in y Office names as Gibson and Miles, the sons thorefor. pieces. of mail mutter in trausit, 825,789,-12- 9 whoso specialty is March of that year was 130 j, tho lowest Genteel Irish Team, The Louisville Times names Hon. Jas. pieces prepared for city delivery, in three years. Uould bought $7,000 000 tho essence of gentility, Farnum and B. McCreary for chairman of tho ways and 1S,1i8,GS5 pouches, cases and pieces at 132 aud put up tho prico to 140. A Worlen, tho musical wonders, in their and uioan.1 committee in tho next Houso of registered matter, making the enorMiss Minnie Rey- aud a very safe, conservative chairman pieces of mall few dajs later gold raised to 111. On refined musical act. mous total of 9,5S9,S02,5S9 September 24, tho now famous "black nolds, the queen of burlesque, Daisy would make. But when one gojss matter of all classes handled and dis- Friday," Gould, unloaded his holdings Itavuiond, Id servio comic songs, aud ho 3Ir. Mca'cattln' why not go a'cattin' tributed, an increase of 7.37 per cent. Having bought out the remnant of the stock of John B. Fosrer, nud sold a largo part of his gold at 100. Satho Norwood, whoso manipulation of Creary would make an equally good over 1891. clubs is really marvelous. speaker of tao Houso, and Kentucky has I am now disposing of it at less than cost in the basement of SeverA littloefore noon an order came from tho Indian Tho total valuation of taxable railcomedian, kept tho furnished tho best presiding officers Con- ance's store, preparatory to as assessed Washington to sell $4,000,000 of gold Alf. Gibson, the road property In the Stato, Tho corner col- crowd iu a continuous roar of laughter gress has ever had. Ft ank fort Capital. fromnhe by tho Jtailroad Commission, Is 152,310,-80- lapsed and hundreds of business men during tho entire evening. The Capital la right. Let's go a'cattin' This is f20.000.000 rooro than tho and speculators wore ruined. . when wo go a'cattin'. The Ci'sariau operation, valuation given by tho railroads and &c., In tho Pacific railways Gould began of in excess of tho valuation because j&raar was brought into tho Editor Itichardson, of tho Wichita, buying Union Pacific stock in 1S73. Ho asworld that way, was successfully per- Kansas, Beacon, Bays the result of the 1891. The total revenue from tho In the new storeroom' of Mr. Withers, now nearing completion. 1 Vril amount to acquired 200,000 of the 307,000 Bhares formed at Cincinnati Saturday, tho lives official count gives the democrats a bal- am sessment, if U stands, for and have on hand the Oliver Chilled Plows, Studebakcr report Bbows that there and assumed tho management of the of both mother and babe being saved. $222,343. The ance of power which is absolute. Tho Wagons and the Dicks Famous Feed Cutter. 1S70 he bought Kansas Pacific, practically no railroad building road. In aper, the Daily political complexion of the Legislature hasbeen Uussell Harrison,' It will be to your interest to give me a call. WaBnsh, Texas Pacific, St. Louis and StAto during the two years past is: Republicans, 71); popin the Northern,' Missouri Pacific and other Helena, Mont, Journal, sold at sheriff's in joint ballot ulists, 83; democrats, 4. The Knoxville Branch la assessed at stock, taking tho Texas road out of the salo for $21,000. f Mr. Will Hansford, Jr., goo to Stanford (o practice his profession. Suo ccsato him McOluro & llolman ahipped 2 uara of hog W Cincinnati Tuesday, for wfiioh theppald-i- i and Be Mr. W. 0. Egbert has gono Into (ho fancy grocery buslnrsa at this place He occupies tho old court-rooMr. Jauies Yantls shipped a car of corn to J. D. Pitman, London, for which ho received $2 on tho car. TI0 70Ubs pcoplo havo formed n dancing club and ronted ft room from Mrs. Mooroto meet in about once n week. A very pleasant little social was en joyed by b limited number at tho homo' of .Mies Anah McCIuro, on Thursday The Biela's Comet Has Come TO APPEAU . ist, "" vj mi-- - Sardines,-Mustar- 'A, A Jl "1 vis-itin- M " . y , ' 5 1 Col-leg- o A-- usti-malo- 1. a , - ai-- e 6Clf-mad- o STEPHENS & KNOX. O Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 6th, 1 - lf grand-fathe- cross-road- s p03t-ofli- ce be-co- In A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST 1AND JEWELER Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. arl 3 m a , Uus-sellf- Toilet Articles Glass, Books, WATCHES, CLOCKS & JSWELRY V, i M frUG.RUPLEY,-- 10-da- oar-loa- d mer-cha- nta mt IJLL.XIL. n A t, i n Win-Hel- d ' THE WILLARD. e, 1 !,-27,-- j, PopulUt-Dqmo-c- rt ro-po- rts Ky. sub-treasu- ry ontor-tnlnme- nt Bur-lesq- ut SINE Proprietors of The & MENEFEE, -- i STANFORD LUMBER YARD, and Yard Depbt Street, Stanford, Ky. o well-kno- ? k ,tl TO THE FUBILIO Pull Stock of Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, aent sub-treasur- S. Opening Out a 00 so-call- J. K. Van AFwSDALI. im :" Semi-Week- ly W 9 Tux Loudon Echo asks whal odds do Ik ierior Journal wo wish on tho change of politics that wo are each to undergo if tho democratic Administration does not provo a greatG, 1892 er blessing than tho republican management of affairs. Wo run no risk what- NEWSY NOTES. Stanford, Kv., December W. F WALTON. ever in nccepting tho proposition as it SI22 : PAGES. Blanda, but if Editor Dycho should lose, as ho will, of course, wo shall rcquiro BVBBY rFH.ziD.A.'x. The London Echo does not seem to understand that the curfeucy tucked by the government is good, though to legislation to secure it haa been thu worst that could have been conceived. The w fr wjrm I w'6 report of tho republican comptroller of the currency is auillciont to prove this. As is often thi way, if there is not too For instance, lie says that under the act much bitterness, n fight among demo Gcorgo P. Money, bou of Congressof 1878 tho government bought ?C0S,199-20- crats, like a fight among cats, man Monoy, killed Editor Elain, at means worth qf silver and coined it into more democrats. Four years Miss., for publishing n scurrilous ao all 378,100,793 alleged dollars. This was a was lovely and soreno with tho demo- artido about him, which ho rofusod to debasement of tho coin to the extent of crats in Toxas and she gave Olovcland a retract. $09,907,531. The silver for which tho plurality of 140,401. This year tho parGov. Jons, of Alabama, was inautoo government thus paid $30S,199,2G2 is at ty split gurated for his second term and the fol into factions and nominated two comptroller, worth pre pfesent, says tho candidates for .governor, besides being lowers of Kolb mado no effort to less than it cost. Tho Sherman torn up in matters of a local nature. To vent tho ceremony nor any demonstrasilver purchase law of 1890 has resulted the casual noticer of ctirrent events this tln'Tho canvass of official returns .in Cal in the purchase of eilvcr bullion of meant a material reduction in tho vote ifornia gives tho democrats a plurality of and for it the.Kovernmcnt has is- on tho National democratic ticket. But 271 tho Stato. Tho voto for olectors in sued promises to pay that sum. The sil not so. Cleveland Bees his 140,401 pluvaries greatly and the vote will be diver bought at that price is now worth, rality and goes 15,212 more. It is 3 it according to tho comptroller, this time. The Lono Star State vided. we Near Somerset, John Thompson, a less than it cost. Yet these promises seems to mako a specialty of growing bo brakeman, was sent to flag a train. He must be paid in gold. Is it not time democrats and of tho best kind, too. went to Bleep on the track and was such a law should ha repealed and can Btruck by a train receiving Borious inr.nuody but the Echo nian blame the It is said that all things come to him democrats for denouncing the republi- who waits, but it ia generally believed juries. Tho grand jury at Taunton, Mass., can legislation known as the Sherman by this pushing and pcrverso generation act of 1S90, as a cowardly makeshift that it is better to bo up and doing to returned an indictment against Lizr-ifraught with possibilities of danger. get possession of the longest polo to Borden for murder iu tho first degree, reach the persimmon. A singular caso for the killing of her father and stepMiss Reuax, the actress has been of the verification of the first adage has mother. s chosen for the model for the silver stat- just occurred at Chicago. Five years Tho relatives of Senator R. S. Gib-so-b, ue of "Justice," which is to bo the great ago Capt. Streeter was shipwrecked, his bed at Hot who is on his death exhibit of Montana in the department of schooner, tho Kantan, boinir driven Springs, Ark., have given up all hope for mining at the World's Fair. It will bo ashore at tho foot of Superior street, him. ami the end is looked lor at any eight feet high and its intrinsic value Chicago. Tho captain propped up his momont. DISSOLUTION NOTICE. will be $00,000. It will bo mouuted on boat, tlie land gradually was filled in, Tho official vote in Pennsylvania is. a pedestal of gold, valued at S250.000. unsuccessful oiTorta being made to oust Harrison 510,011; Cleveland 452,204; proI Having dinolvrd partnership, we Arc vry de The perfectness of Miss Italian's figure him. He bos sold a lot for $30,000 and has hibitionists 25,223; Weaver, people's, lilvut oi settllnc our okl busincJis. tod all custom . Woaren find can be in some degreo imagined when 450 feet left, which arc said to be worth 84,714; socialists labor SUS; scattering 4; ers indebted to II. K. W. W. Wettrcn & Co., at;tk their account! with H. tame place of businet. Please call and Milt. it is told that out of OS measurements $450,000. total voto 1,003,014. II. K. ft W. II. WKAREJf. 71 which mark the standard 'of perfect woIn Chicago Thrusday night six safes SwBARtNa anywhere and on any occamanhood, G2 conformed to tho require-'mentwere blown open within a square of po and in none of the other six did sion is a uselees, sinful and filthy habit lice headquarters. The polico depart-tnuof an inch from and in most States there aro penalties she deviate next day by the was Enterprise and Hale's Meat Cutters, Lard Cans, the standard. Venus do Medici, or against it iu public places, but it hna never addition of 300 men. Butcher Kniv-'cs and been questioned before that a man Hart's Woman Triumphant couldn't C. & O. has completed arrangeThe CarvingJScts. We want reach this perfection even in the wildest hasn't the right to "cuss" on his own ments to run a lino of steamships bepremises, but tho point was raised in tween Newport News and Liverpool. of the sculptor's imagination. stretch Indiana and now tho Supremo Court is Tho first ship will sail December 10 from Cincinnati is to havo another morn- to decide the momentus question, for tho first mentioned port. Articles to Suit the Most Fastidiing daily, Tho Tribune, which promises which wo await with considerable interAnd always pay the highest price. Give us President Harrison polled 0.OS0 fewous. A complete line of in its prospectus to be independently est. acall. er votes in his own State this year than republican in politics and bal- Australian MoBXOTTZTSr Politics, which, according to Judge he secured in 18S3. The al in character. To a man occupying a , lot law evidently interforred with tho away up a tree it looks like the pro Jewell, ia always h 1, is a little perch business in Indiana. than that liery placo is supposed to moters are very misguided individuals. Full returns show that though Har Tho people there feed on sensations, the be, in Louisville, at present. Crimination and recrimination are indulged in rison carried Iowa it was only by ft plumore immoral the better for them, and a presiden-tia- l WE ARK- with the Enquirer to furnish it, ably on every side and everybody is a thief rality. For tho first timo in party was formed election since the and a scoundrel who docs not agree with Commercial-Gazettseconded by the to the repubthe new paper will have to circulate sole- tho man who is as big a scoundrel as there is a majority adverse amounts to 3,073. licans. It ly among the better class of church peo- himself- The counties of Marion. Green and Complicated Watch Repairs and ple, who are far from predominating in The force bill must bo wiped clean Taylor will shortly bring suit to recover tho Faris of America. out. tho tarifl radically reformed and Artistic Engraving a Specialty. fc $700,000 and havo pensions brought down to an honest ba- from the L. N. All good 1 sold engraved Irce of ehar gt. Four years ago Virginia gave Clevetho counties. leaso to that land a bare 1,500 plurality. This year sis. Tho people expect this of tho party no Voar patronage respectfully solicited. of the Cumberland & Ohio railroad FOR- she gave him 50,722 over Benjamin Har- they havo placed in power by such a from Lebanon to Greensuurg. rison. At one timo when tho dear old tremendous majority and there should The supreme court ot California has along the State was under Mahone domination, be no hesitancy anysvhere decided that Florence Blytho is the illewe almost gave her out, fearing that sho line. gitimate daughter of Thomas H. Blytho was joined to a new idol, but the mothThe Frankfort Capital calls a truce to and that tho $4,000,000 ho leftbclongs to TO THE PEOPLE OK. er of States and Statesmen has seen the the indiscriminate abuse of tho Legislaher. Tho interesting young lady has error oil her way and in a glorious man ture and actually prints a half column to just beeii married to a poor man. nerdone works meet for repentence. say what good work it is doing. But The estimated wealth of the United God bles3 her and save her forever after then Editor Johnson has a heart big States that is, tho value of all lands, from running after strange gods. enough to Bay nice things about tho dev- buildings, railways, etc, is put at $04,- AND VICINITY. il if he takes a fancy to him. 000,000,000. Tho amount of money oi ail A few wedks ago the democrats of ia PnHmatpil bv tho secretary of Frankfort tore up the earth celebrating Mr. T. H. Fox. editor of the Danville the National victory, while tho republi Democrat, doesn't ask for much, though the treasury to'be $2,105,130,092. I am offering you a on Near ABhland, a wrecking-traicans congregated in tho back room of tie deserving of a good deal. All ho wants pobtoflice ind laid their plans tcap-tur-e is to carry Kentucky's electoral vote to the Chesapeake and Ohio collided with the city offices. They counted on Washington and if wo had the appoint- a freight train. Georgo Spotts, engineer local dissensions of the democracy to ing power it wouldn't take us live min- of the freight, was fatally injured, and the help them in their deep-laischemes utes to settle the matter. John McClosker, conductor, may die. : : and they counted not in vain. The muSeveral others received serious hurta. OF Gould got through the eye of Ik Jay nicipal election was held Saturday and Tho aeueation at Lexington this tho republicans elected live out of nine that needle with his $100,000,000 the week is the alleged destruction by his councilnien. Wonder where Col. E. balance of us rich folks can rest in peace, wife of the will of Editor Caldwell, and "Weare all going to heaven when we tho substitution of another, so as to cut Folk Johnson "was at?" die." AImj ladies and children. his daughter by bis first wifo out the inTom Pettit will have done the State especially provided for her. heritance THE LEGISLATURE. some service if his bill to fix the governWhile John Mitchell, a farmer livW.I! WEAKEN or's salary at $0,500 and house rent free The House very properly defeated ing Bix miles from Harrodsburg, was preMRS. A. W.JAMES passed the House, the a year which has bill. The vote stood 50 to paring to kill hogs n riile in bis hands should become the law. The salary is 20. And was accidentally discharged, killing his now 5,000, but with the items furnishTho Creiger substitute to the Spaldball went thro' son. The ed him at extravagant llgures by local ing Fish bill, which is not so sweeping tho child's heart. He w.is an only son. COODS. contracts the otlice costs $15,000 a year. in its provisions, but prohibits seining, Our new line of-Walter Weaver, n young farmer, was Of course the now arrangement would the, use of medicated bait or dynamiting vicinity of Sinking ha ve Ixiren in the Kutern cities who on- - dalM not go into effect till the beginning of in runniug waters and imposes heavy assassinated in thecounty. His father shipping to me Fork. Christian penalties tor violation, was passed by the next gubernatorial term. of D. for the arrest COME TO STAY Speaker Moore counting a nuoruiu when swore out a. warrant IIouert Olsen was hanged at Dor- - 5t was not nrrRpnr. lint Mr. Comlienr. B. Wilep, n neighbor, and his son, And when the blue olrds come I hecherces witli tho mur- Chester, N. B., for the murder of a po- - . whn wnH ..Ariii fnr tvin hm. ...m i, ....... .VWV.UW ...V W... der. liceman. Ho left n confession with bin wasn't even present when the yoto was WILL BUILD A TEMPLE Cbanncey M. Depew Baid: "Mr. lawyer which will reveal his history and Coal Hods, Vases, Pokers, Shovcls, Kitchen Sets, and the bill was then made n .. . In tlmlown and .taken . Zincs Russh jould's death will have little or no ef real name. After his hempen cravat had special order for a certain day. ' IronJI'ipc, ect. fect on the stock markets, no was too FILL been tied in the latest and most approvWITH GOODS. The circuit court bill that has passed ed Btyle, Mr. Olsen remarked to the gen- the House fixes these dates for Judge sharp a business man to make any misor... take about tho future. He told me eight tleman who had done the job, "Let her Saufley's court: ago that his affairs were all go," and "bo's up with the angels now." AND FAUCI, TAB, Mercer county, on tho 1st Monday in weeks and that should he drop dead at February, two weeks; 3d Monday in It now takes 40per 'cent, of all tho May, three weeks, und 4th Monday in any time his business was so arranged Don't listen to the talcs of other merchant revenues of the government to pay that hiB sonB could take charge of his inand the roll krowing larger every September, three weeks. Boyle county, on the 4th Monday in terests at once." day. A heavy check has got to be put The recount of the vote in Massa.Dealers In. Mo old worthies (Del. to this outrageous business, or the coun- April, three weeks; 2d Monday in Janu chusetts increases Goy. ltuseoll's pluralSeptry will be bankrupted. There are thous- ary, two weeks, and 1st Monday in ity to 5.090. The attempt of tho defeat- K ands of men living on the bounty of tember, three weeks. republican candidate bo bIiow that Lincoln county, on the 4th Monday in ed And sell tho same old the government, who never got a smell Gov. Russell's election was due to the whether you want to Imiway. Call and see me, or not Ifeoods era not in February, two weeks; 2d Mondry in of gunpowder. marking their bal- satisfactory I will exchange them or refund the ,,,, voters in .........AND June, tbreo weeks, and 3d Monday in mistake of completely. There wero near- money. failed lots Lkxinotok s undergoing a water fam- OctobeV, three weeks. many nullified or "blank" ine, but as water is only used there for Garrard county, on the let Monday in ly twice as lieutenant-governo- r as for MAIN STREET, . ballots for washing purpose, it doesn't matter. April, three weeks; let Monday in DeQuccnsware, Glassware, Tinware, Lamps, Chamber whisky supply gels low then cember, two weeks, and 2d Monday in governor and yet Mr. Wilcott bad nearWhen its Sets, Dinner Sets. Also agents Jor tli Empire Wheat Drill. August, three weeks. ly $10,000 plurality. Home will begin to howl, 2 Car-rolto- n, him to servo ono year in tho prohibition party, two with the people's and thon if he will lake n Turkish bath and thoroughly purify himself from head to foot, we will consider his application for membership in the grandest party that over existed. Bror. Dyclio's sinanro too great and his pollution too thorough to permit his immediate acceptance into tho fold. Hence theao necessary precautions. Tho last Bcssion ofTho 52d Congress boan yesterday. Tho cost of tho foreign mail service during tho past year was SSOO.MO, leai than half of which was paid to American steamships. Gen. Lucius E. Polk, who served with distinction as a confederate throughout tho war, died at Ashwood, Maury county, Tonn. The committee of tho international monetary conference, to which was referred tho de Rothschild proposals, rejected thorn by a vote of 7 to 0. Tho number of democrats killed whilo colebrating their November victo ry reaches nearly 100, owing to inexperience in tho business. Cincinnati ft-com-man- dor Do You flee Fur-Trimmed data late. Cloak? Certainly you, do, when you, can when you can buy a Full Jackets in Blacks and Tan at Only $5 $W&o?ti& ihe lot:ancl r. An All Wool" Black Jersey Jacket $2. Don't put it off till WmS kS $110,-011.3- 3 You Say You Want aNew Overcoat. them, for 101,-G7- 14,13-1,04- Mother merchants buy will never nn&lrtoU. Tvoi' BLANKETS, COMPORTS, UNDERWEAR and SHOES Marked down to priced that will astonish you. o M THE LOUISVILLE 111 ; STORE, FOR SALE OR! EXCHANGE s, nt one-quarte- r' dAnks THE JEWELER, Heating Stoves, Stove Pipe, Zinc, Coal Vases, Coal rlods, Shovels Tongs and Pokers. COUNTRY PRODUCE non-sensat- ion red-hotte- r "blocks-of-five- Watches, Clocks BROS. " e, Jewelry -- Anil SIIVERWARE. ed THE SOLE AGENTS com-pan- y THOMPSON'S FITTING HUST0NVILLE GLOFE - CORSETS, n d A Great Bankrupt Stock, SIX DIFFERENT STYLES. BOOTS AND SHOES For-mf- SKiVffilBANGH! & nN, Hats. Caps, Clothing 0 FUfflS CALL AND SEE -- m I HAVE . ,, . W ..-..- W MBATING TOVH W H. WEAKEN & IT ad-lust- FW Mi CO. Jfj pen-Hio- na My Goods Art 2Tow, FARRIS1I& HARDIN BUY FBCASH HABBWARE, JOS. SOLOMON STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, KY HUSTONYIIXE, G'J wtmte9mi$mz iar't i Shook Semi-Weekly FontiKK Iwino. McKlniioy Interior Journal C, Bros. F6r Hrnt. JIoubo of four rootnfl -- t K r f ' K ness and prosperity attend them through Bio Salk. S. P. Staug bought of J. F. life." Donvitlo 11 heat the Miami UniThe K,c,WAi.TON,BUB.Mana8er versity boya 12 to 0 In thu gumo of foot and B. G. Goyer their half interest in CHURCH AFFAIRS. tho brick building occupied by B. F. THE ball plnyed Friday. and Jones & Co., nnd otbors for Rev. John Boll Gibson is holding a MEAH8JUSINESS. A. A. Wahhiw is opening tho largest of B. G. Gover the houso on Upper serieeof meetings at Rowland. FESTIVAL DAYS OF 1892. artistically and prettiest lino of Holiday goods over MBln street, now occupied by J. A. ENanAviNQ beautifully and Tho Midway Clipper Bays thero were Who docs not welcome them ? We arc rejoiced and arc prepared dono r,t A. R. Penny's. seen in this market. Cull hi and see Mudd, for $2,000. Mr. Gover is now 91 additions to tho Christian chnrch in to make others happy. We have them now opened and arc ready" WocottHgws on Loijan Avenue, tho recent meeting. supplies of them. Boy your hooks and Hchool building all kinds froih A. It. Penny, who Bella which ho also sold to .Mr. Stacg as they Tho meeting at thoChrlstianchurch, for an early sale of Christmas Goods. We have even now made somfc Notice. To reduce my stock of them nt publisher'! priccH. $1,000. Carlisle, held by Rev. Darcle, closed hearts happy with beautiful gifts for their friends. Come and sec what IIayk your watch, clock and Joweiry I will soil from now to tiio lsU of stand for beautiful Towls and Napkins, Table Cloths, Tidies, Muffs, Mufflers, work Jan. my goods AT COa'T FOR repaired at A. H. Penny's. All Seriously J I uiit. Yesterday whilo with 22 additions, pays tho Mercury. OASU. warranted. ready-madA Buffalo woman in suing her pat-t- Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Neckwear, Fur Rugs, Ladies' MibviAnnlj Wray. Miss Edna, daughter of Mrs. Poklo ,T. Rkmumbkr that all silver ware, waicnca. for defamation of character says ho Wrappers, Ladies' Union Suits and a thousand, other things for the Courts, who wsb visiting MUs Doll rings, &c, bought at A. R. Penny's wil As oeautiful weather as over came in too numerous to mention. was taking a ride on horseback, rode a blcyclo nnd therefore had fallou Ladies be oncraved freo of chnrRO. Decomber has prevailed Binco it arrived, she becauio alarmed at the gait tho horse from hoavenly grace. For the men and boys, our Clothing Department is piled up with PERSONAL PfflNTS. but tho signal service telegraphed us was going and her cries mado him inTho protracted meeting at tho M. E. goods that must be unloaded regardless of cost. And so with Ladies yesterday that is would bo broken by crease it till ho was running at full speed. church South, closed Wednesday night and Misses Cloaks. We have too manv of these frond nnrl nro mn. Algous went to Frauk-foJunaU J. W. rain Just then Miss Edna fell o IT nnd sustain- with 17 additions, about 30 conversions king prices for Christmas. Come now and buy something useful for yesterday. e those you love. Don't waste your money for trash, but buy someTub nearest tiro plug to the Cox houso ed injuries that may prove very serious. and tho church groatly revived. Mb. L. M. 'K8TEnpiKi.n te quito 111 at Journal. horso kicked her on thing that will be comfortable and useful. is 700 foot away and tho hoso had to be It Is said that tho tho OjQey Ilotisn. Rov. W. E. Arnold returned Saturfor spliced once or more, so it will be seen the head, rendering her insensible. Mrs. What's the use of waiting ? Not a bit. The knife is all bloody.'--, Mit. Jambs Mookk loft yesterday of his aunt, Mrs. even now with the cutting of prices and we tho hoys lost no time in getting to Courts nnd Dr. Bailey wont nt onco to day from the denth-bethat Central America. intend to use it until every Mr. Poland's, but had not roturned up F. M. Ilenkle, in Bourbon County. She body can get some useful present for those they love. So come now V Miss Maggie MoDooauj, of Danvillo, work nt the tire. was tho only mother ho ever knew na while you can get choice and Jay to tho hour wo went to pres. la vjsitlng Miss Lola Burks. them away for Xmas. For Rent House and 25 acres of sho took him to raiso at the ago of 20 Mns. O'Bankon and Mrs. A. D. Root Yesterday n fow ruin months. Her ago was C3 and Mr. Arpasturo, 3 acres of splendid tobacco land, A Smalt Fire. wont up to Brodhead yesterday. 10 a. m. tho fire alnrm sound- nold says sho was one of tho best woEnd, is largo garden, variety of fruit. Also two ates before J. T, BiNflAMiN, of the Kaat now cottages between Stanford nnd ed and the word went around that Dr. O. men that over lived and her death ono dangerously ill of Brights disease. A. Cox's houso was in flames. Tho lire of tho most Iriumphnnt. Rowland. II. Helm. Miss Lillian FoHvms, of Harrods company responded with almost lightEvangelist Dwight L. Moody claims bare. Ih tho imcst of Miss Blrdlo Giv It has been decided in Tonnesseo ning rapidity, but tho long nnd steep hill to have stopped a storm 'and saved his 60S. that tho Methodist Book Concern must to tho premises nearly took tho boys' ship by prayer. The vessel hecamo disaMn. K'chahdGkstiiy has returned pay State tax like nny other printing breaths away aud thoy were a little over bled nnd seemed destined to go to piecfrom a visit to his sister at Nowbern, house, which is eminently proper since 5 minutes reaching the point. Tho fire es, but he called tho 700 passengers on Tenn. it does commercial printing. proved to bo in the building near Dr. board to the saloon and prayed for Miss Mary Kay will lonvo Thursday Shortly afterward tho sea JL A RKi'iiKSBNTATiVK will boheroon Dec, Cox's home, occupied by Mrs. Emily to spend tho winter with her brother at quiet, order was restored and at Cth with soveral trunks full of jewelry Sautloy. Neighbors bad taken nearly Aloxandria, IJ. LESS THAN TWO CENTS A WEKK. everything out of It aud tbo roof was in night there camo the vessel which Miss Lucy Lkb IIatciiku left yester- and holiday novelties. If you want any a full blaze when tho water was turned took them safely into Queenstown bar day for AmoricuB, Ga., whoro she has thing special, lcavo your order boforo on when In lies than a mlnutu it was bor. A good newspaper is wanted in every home, and the fact that the , that time with Danks, tho Jewolor. accepted a profitable position. Tho Carthage, Tenn., Record says minute out. Tho a WEEKLY GAZETTE has been published every week for Hundred, Waroiudebted to Will Brookt, tho ScictnK. J. Ross Faulkner, son of checked and in full was of little value, but tho boys Rov. R.B.Mahony, "who has been called Years, and has been a favorite paper in many thousands of homes, ilh. handsomo drummer, for Tho Modern Senator Faulkner, of West Virginia, and houso worked as if it had been worth a good as pastor of tho Baptist church here, evidence cnongh that it is all that has ever been claimed for ft the,, Bible Story appearing In this bwuo. sermon brother of MIm Jano Faulkner, who sum, and again covered themselves with preached a very Miss Mauy Va.vAiwualk, of, Garrard Mipoa Alcorn here, commit- glory. The defective jlue was, as usual, last Sunday. Ho struck a sympathetic best weekly paper published in the Central States. visited tho College, a claaijmato of Mrs. Wm. M. ted suicide in New York by taking Paris tho cause of tho fire. The firo company chord in the hearts of his hearers, nnd $he giice of ghis gaper is $1.00 a gear. Bright, was her guest for a fow days. green. will have to have n horso or two. The convinced them that he will mako us a Mtss Mary McKinsby lias ruturneu Send for Sample copy and see for exertion of pulling the honvy apparatus good pastor." Mr. Mahony has decided It is worth a great deal more . U.)m Louliville, whero alio went to at sjme hungry thief stole two fat fires leaves the laddies in bad condi- to accopt tho call ami will leave ahortly yourself. to , "nd tho marriage of Misa Julia Yager. hogs from Mr. K. P. Woods on tion for fighting. Tho council has al- for his new field. Tho church is above Glkmc G. B. Cooi'kr, Jaxu B. Friday' ulght. The looser swears 'sCoontv INDUCEMENTS AGENTS, Jff ready arranged for rubber Huits for tho average of intelligence nnd financial ' Sook, Robert J. Lyles and others have against tho rascal and nill muko them. ability and sintmlor point about it is i;ono down to Marion for a 'big bird sausago out of him if ho oyer In yu hands that it numbers seven lawers in its memLost His Horsk. Sunday night Mr. bership. The Daily Commercial Gazette stands unrivaled as a newspaper.-It- s hunt. on him. R. G. Denny procured an outfit from I. popularity extends from ocean to ocean. The freshest and most' Our business tnancgur has Joined tho Rkiiit hundred suits havo been Mack Bruce and went to see his best NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. reliable news is given every day in the year from all quarters of the crowd, which, wo aro glad to say, is 8 ok brought by the MiddiesboroTown Lands girl, who Ls visiting at Mr. Geo. Denny's, crowinir lefs, and has been in Iwd for clobe. Co. on notes given by purchasers of town at Lancaster. He hitched his horse seseveral days. Address, BRIGHT & FOX' 1889. Nearly all will bo resisted curely, made his debut and "as noiseMr.Oyul'8 Bboa dwell,, tho gentle- lots In for failure of tho Town Company to COMMERCIAL GAZETTE CO., lessly as falls tho foot of time, which on- COMBINATION : manly rcpreeentatlvo of Tho Louis Solits part of tho contract. ly treads on ilowers," tho hour for him PUIILISHERS, der's Sons Paper Co., of Cincinnati, was A r DANVILLE, KV, Saturday. un- to tako hts reluctant leave soon flitted hero A iiisi'ATCU from Corbin says an CINCINNATI. O. 18 19, 1893. Misses Juan ajd Eva Buchanan, of known roan, aged about 150 years, was by. In the bright and beautiful moonsought his horse, but it was nou Cmb Orchard, returned Saturday from a killed by ti freight train about two miles light he Fnlrics close Dec ao, 1897. Send for entry S3 visit to their sister, Mrs. John A. south of that placo Saturday evening. est, und like Richard III heexclaimedin blanki. Onto j per cent, entrance charged. his anxiety, "A horse, a horse, my kingat Louisville. From papers found on his person it is N MUdOUtoJlUBLISL Mr. Gko. Do.nkoiiy, who h:is boon tho thought he Is a miner und his muno dom for n horso '" It was soon apparent Is now" ready for everybody with a full line of that bo could not find his and a kind AH pen o having claim against M. Phillip capable foroman of tho Danvillo Advo- James Moore. in J friend took pity on him and brought him which were created before the 3d day of Februacate for so many years, was hero Sunday Assessor Kennedy says that tho total to Stanford. Yesterday ho and Mr. ry, 1891, will present them to me before Decemwith Dr. W. I. Lwtohor. Swbknky and Gtaude tikablo property in this county will bo Bruce drove over to hunt for the ani- ber Jin, iSjt, properly proven. Miss Blanciib M. C. SAUFLEY, Ladies' and Misses Cloaks, Whorritt, of Lancastor, camo over Sat- considerably less this year' than last mal, when to their gratification and surTrustee J. M Ih!lllps. assessment. Tho prise they found him hitched in Mr. to bring Miss Robinson, of Indi- owing to the dato of the urday go to farmershavo disposod of all of their sur- Denny's stable, tho thief having used anapolis, to tako tho train. plus stock and gotten rid of tho money, him all ho wanted nnd returuoJ him Mrs. Linda Hay den, of Louisville, nnd : Shocs of all kinds. Full stock of Boots for Men, Boys and Chil Miss Nannie Harris, of Madison, have whilo thu $250 exemption for each tax- safely. Mr. Donny told us yesterday yer will amount to $100,000 or more. in strict confidence that the next time he Miller, at ky JUNCTION city, been thocuestsof Mr. J. II. drcn. Call and examine our goods and get prices. ' ho's going to walk. goes tho CoflbyjIonBe, forsovoral dayB. Highest market prices paid for Eggs, Butter, Gensang and Dried following havo posted notices XSIAS GOODS. The Mr. A. T. Nvnnkllby has returnod that they will apply at tho December MATTERS. MATRIMONIAL The largest Mock In town. All sorts cf line Can- Fruit.. from Texas, whero ho has been travel- court for licenso to sell liquors: A. R. dies, Fire Works, &e , and get o pounds GranuW. E. houso-an- d ing very successfully for a saddlo Girls, if you want to pop tho question lated Sugar for 81, Uespvctiullr, w. r. RiCHAnnsoN Penny and W. B.McRobortsnsdruggiBts, n will romain till after new year. Wm. Gooch, Henry Hester, W. II. yonrbelvep, you will have to get a move JTKAUO.JK. T. F CLAXKB. Thk Stanford hunters, who were at Tray lor and John Traylor as distillers, on you or wait four years. Only about Mr. John F. Dryo's, near Huatouville, a weeks of leap year remain. aud J. H. Carter, G. W. Lee. Curtis Go- theo few days ago, aro extravagant in prime ver, Houton & Leach and Sam Sims as Mr. Koltz B. Bledsoe, n popular .PKACrilAL.. of that excellent family's hospitality. youuR member of tho I'inevillo Messenmerchants and hotel keepers. ger lorco, eloped to Tazewell, Tenn. with Plumbers Mr. II. T. Bush hts retired from the and Steam Fitters. James Ykaokh has sold hla interest pretty Miss Ora Chamberlain, where real estate business, which did not provn Dealers in all kinds of Iron nnd Itrats Goods for very profitable, owing to too many peo- in tho livery business here to his cousin, they wero married. steam and water. Sanitary tiixxls of all kinds. All , work guaranteed against defective material and DIVD-GOESTTom Yenger, of Boylo. Tho former will Mrs. Lucinda Koes, of Forsyth, G a. wisrkmansbip. ple taking a hand in it with him. UswuQBE-fcjRjB37 Mrs. America Rout went to Harroda-bur- g probably g' West and "grow up with whoso husband died, aged 83 years, is to stay with her daughter, Mrs. J. the country," and the latter will, besides the mother of 18 children, and has 83 SALE! 142 B. Owens, whilo Mr. Owens, Sam 51. his livery business, train homes on his makOK Owens and a number of others go oil on proposed track on Mr. Darst'a land at and 15 Rieat One jjraud-boRowland. Mr. Yeager, it will bo rn ing 2".s descendants. ' a big hunt. Blue-Gras- s A Desirable Farm. Mn. W. B. IlANsronu, of Crab Or- membered, gave Wood Wilkes his mark when ten yenrs old weighed 1J50 pounds. Call and secure Bargains. CIRCUIT COl'kT "ro for of 2:241, Another at 10 welched 223. chard, has hung out hla o ng' Pursuant to a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit apThe following invitation is duly tho practice of law. He will navo nih Court, rendered at its October term. 1802. in the Wk dislike- to dun our patrons, but POST-OFFIC- E of ofllco with Col. Welch and wo hopo will when a man won't puy a just and over preciated: "Mr. and Mrs Richard Bur- action on William I'. Tate against John ilright, Ac I will margot all tho cases ho wants. dun debt without it, wu sunender our nett invito you to be present nt tho e MONDAY, DEC. I2TH, 1892, Messrs. J. II. Craki, representing S. conscientious scruples. The fact is thero riage of their daughter, Matilda, Hall, to Mr. Ulric Rufus Waterman, Count v court dav at a o'clock n ui or there Leopold & Co., Philadelphia, and J. aro too many delinquents on our list before the doora in Nowt Craig, of Lowenstein, Stiou.so & and they must pay up or their paper Wednesday afternoon, Deo. 14th, 18D2, about,oner at publiccourthouo tne nignrstStanlord, mutter, Ky , auction 10 and desirable I'arm the valuable bo gone soveral will bo Co., left yestorday to shut oil. Wu are not running at 5 o'clock, Methodist Episcopal church, knona the Ky. At homo after Dec. commercial tour. weeks on a the courern for fun, as excruciatingly Winchester, Dr. 0. A. Cox, Messrs. P. W. Green, funny as it may seem. It takes ovar 20th, Oeala, Fla." Containing about Col. J.J. Iletsch, of tho Newport Will Moreland and William Goodu are $100 n week, hard cash, to pay tho ox- back from Clinton nnd Russell counties, nouses of this ollico and if you know Journal, was married last week to Misa Ono Hundred & Fifty Acros whero they havo been for the past week you owe ub, as you do if your label does Annie Keichel. Editor Blakely says of tine land, in Krass Said Farm has on a hunt. They killed over L'OO blrdB not read ODec'ft?, come up or send up them as thoy lly on the wedding trip: Of it comfortable dwillin, two barns, orchupon of ard, water and other improvements and is titua-le- d tluring their stay. like an honest man and help us liqui- Tho beauty, amiability and loveliness about i 'miles north of Stanford, iu LinLouis Landram and wife and Mr. date. the character of thobrido has mado hor coln County, Ky , fronting on the turnpike road Mr. to Ditnville and bounded on hand a prize to strivo for nnd Ho win loading from Stanlord of James Givens, East by J. L. Anderson brought Misses Altie the South by the lands Tub Lawrencoburg Nows tolls of tho and all who know him, know that a the landsof Horace Withers North by the lands LanrihI Bowie Markabury over from Ibllouand West visit of President B. J. C. Howo, of tho bigger heart, a better heart never beat of Joseph Joseph itallou andby the land of John M Held, caster yesterday to tako tho train for James Glveus. Engino Works, Indian- in human bosom than bents in Justus ThKMb A credit nl six and twelve months in whero they will vIbU Mr. and Howe Pump and loads with good personal installments. apolis, and his investigations with tho Hutsch's. Thoy are orthy of each oth tiual beating o per cent. Interest from day of security, Mrs. Howard Rico. sale until paid, having the force and effect of Mr. andMrb. J.C ll.wa lelt yester- leading citizens thero as to tho erection erand not one in Newport hut bids judgment and a Hen retained upon the land until is, generally contlm nurchae moner is tiaid. them God speed and all happiness. day with Rev. Geo. 0. Barnes and fami- of a water plant. It The sale will bo made to satisfy a judgment in The following was received Item favor ol plaintiff, Tate, lor J6,o and $105 proba- ceded that Salt River, two miles away, ly to spend tho winter nt Sanibol Island, tho only sure supply. Sev- Bowling Green, Mo. Tho happy groom ble costs or tins action. G M. DAVISOX. Fla. Mrs. Barnes and Mrs. J. C. Bogle would furnish Master Commissioner, Lt f here "At tho residence city council will be hero this is 7;td Friday to pack tho former's eral of tho were up -For information apply to John Bright on the fur- of Jamea W. and Mrs. Mildred Stanford, premises or U M. DaVisou, Stanford, Ky. goods, but Mr. Barnes was too ill of sci- week to see tho Stanford plant and Mr. Howe, who has re- near Bowling Green, Nov. 30th, by Rev S- - " atica to come or to fill his appointment ther talk with turned. Whilo ho was gone Mr. Howe W. J. Patrick, of the Baptist church, Sunday. went to Counersville, Ind., where fuel W. O. Park, of Kansas City, Mo. and CITY AND VrCINfTYT I am receU injrone of the most elegant lines of gas Ls usnd successfully, and he is confi- Miss Ada Carver Stanford were united ILLL1NKRY ever handled in Stanford, select a plaut can bo put in here, in marriage. Tho ceremony was wit- - ed with an especial view to the wants of this of hop, an 0. R. C. pin. dent that LosT.-Ni- ght trade. which will save money over coal fuel, nessed by only a few of the nearest rlenced Miss NoraisWelch, of Cincinnati, an expe.I with ise this Jteaaon and trimmer, Leave at this office. and do away with all of tho trouble and relatives. Miss Stanford is one of Pike guarantee everything to bn In the latest andtomost call approved tashlon 1 he ladies are invited A srKLLiNfl match will be hold at Mt. dirt connected with it. He thinks that county's moatj amiable daughters and and examine my goods, which I trill take pleasXenia next Friday evening; beginning at before very long Stanford will get her has a disposition that will make her ure iu showmir. MISS LICCIE DEAZLF.Y. 6, 7.I50, to which everybody is Invited, heat as sho does her water, light and ice, friends wherever sho goes. Mr. Park is i gentloman and has a great Bargain in Lincoln County Farm of Bait, lime from the establishment at the old Lo- nn amVblo Just received a gan's Fort Spring, made famous in pio many friends all over the country. He ' nnd cement; also full lino of Columbian neer ume, If sold before the ist of January 151 Acres; neb, ami wuicu uas ever oeen n is employed in the cattle department of productive ana well located Apply to J K. VanAra-dalcook Btovo repairs. W K. VAKNO.V Stanford, Ky, to this community. tho live stock commission firm of Mc- - J mil-linory or e' Fo-lan- d, Btanfokd, Kv., Dckkmiikii 1892 hall on Whitley avoutie, C. I NBKDovory cent duo mo now to buy Coy & Underwood, ?f Kansas Olty, my ptock of goods, which I elinll shortly which position he linn hold for nenrly open in tho now store: This is intended eight years. After partaking of an ole-ganil for dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Park left for every ono indebted to mo. 8o nleaeo V. B. McRoberts call and sstt'e. tholr home in Kansas City. "May happi- XT 0j)Mfi.&9 J(T OOM3ffiS5 nt The ioiw.' Christmas . Tie. '4 ri to-da- Jesea-min- i .1 d J. S. HUGHES. 1 i 1 fat The Cincinnati $1.00 Weekly Gazette." YEAR. 4 .3 n i o i M i t: warm-hearte- d "00-poun- d ven-genc- H GREAT i OFFERED 1 A & 1 , ful-ti- ll SALE, THE January -- and Hal-dema- n, ncwr WW HOTICS. o iu JUd Jk. TPW!TreTcnrTxns Staple Dry Goods and Dress Goods, Clothing for Men, Boys and Children 80-- jt w. T. xUolaar&son. FOR ' PERKINS, Crab Orchard. - STBL&TrB& CO., I.B.IMQBERTS, ii H urand-chlldre- u Wu CUBS:: n Drugs, Toilet Articles, School Books and Stanford. BEAB OF BOOM. - Caro-lon- Blue-Cra- ss Old Bright Homestead, one-half CLOTHING, OVERCOATS, Iri.c. L o3 .. 1 Men's, Ladies' & Children's Shoes. n 1 well-know- n TO tee iirnas. 1 Gents Furnishing Goods TRTPNKS AND 1TAX.XSXS. .& i car-loa- d e. God-sen- d M'ROBERTS HIGGINS. v V - ' ' 4vavsrTW. .i r -- -- ' r "V i maLssr Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT Published Evory Tuesday and Friday '.o-W- S3 IJSrt YJS AK IX nf t si paid $2.60 will be charged." ,AJ3V-A.NCJffi. ho W. B. mark: will be reachpd on You may get through the wo-l- d but ''will be very tho trottiuR "track next year. Nancy slow Hanks, with her record of 2:04, leads the If you listen to all Ih.it is said as you go. Office South side Main street, in office recently You'll be worried and fretted and kept in a stew, list of possibilities or probabilities, but vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford.Ky. thotwo-minuto PEOPLE WILL TALK. Observant horsemen predict that DR. PENNY" Tor, Sal l 11. I Dentist. Twenty Building: Lota In the corporate limits of Rowland. I. DARST.IRowland. FARM FOR SALE. sell privatetymy I'armol je. Acres on the Stan, Danville ft Stanford pike, three milts from or five ford. Ins well Impimed, with dwelllnjr and all nrtfessary cnilbulldinf I) rooms, new barn also has fine sprintr. Call on me on the premises I will For meddlesome tongues will have something to do 1'or people will talk. - yXvl!ii57v ss POWDER Absolutely Puro 'A'C.rMm of Tarter Bakins Powder. II chest ot " ' Latest Unite State In leavemn? strencth Government Food Report. an (cod with each bottle or tho money will be rehat, funded. Price only 50 cents per bottle. Sold by There are some who will surely take notice ot that A. R. Penny, Druggist. . And hyit rather strong that you can't pay your But We autherire our advertised druggist to sell you Dr. Kinir's New Discovery for Consumption. If you Coughs nntl Colds, upon this condition: or nny Ming, are afflicted with a l ougn, Throat or Chest Trouble andwill use this remedy If generous and noble, they'll vent out their according to directions, giving it a fair trial and expennce no benefit, you tnav return tbe bottle spleen. and have your money relunued We could not You'll have some leud hints that you're selfish and make this offer If we did not know that Dr. Kings mean; New Discovery could be relied upon. It never disappoints. Trial bottles free at A. R.Penny' If upright and honest and fair as the day. drugstore. Large sue 50c anu i. They'll call you a roguo in a sly, sneaking way, For psople will talk. A London sWe Its first Klectrlc Bitters has And thenif you show the least boldness of heart, gained rapidly introduction. favor uutil now It is in popular Or a slight inclination to take "your own part. cleariy in llm load among pure medical tonics and alteratives containlog nothing which permits its They'll ctll you an upstart, conceited and vain, uso as a beverage or1 In toxicant; it is recognised as But keep straight ahead, don't stop to explain, the best and purest medicine for all ailments of Kor people will talk. the Stomach, Liver and Kidneys. It will cure Sick Headache, Indigestion, Constipation and If threadbare your dress or old.fisliioned your drive Malaria from the system. Satisfaction guar Ifquiet and modest, you'll have It presumed That your humble position ll only assumed; You're a wolf in sheep's clothing, or else you're feel; nut don't get exeitod, Veep perfectly cool, For people will talk. it there are nt least half a dozen emnrt ones that aro not' far behind the Kentucky mare. Guaranteed Curo. t j NEW BUTCHER SHOP. I have Just opened a Lancaster street, where first-cla- Titrm JToy Blm. I will sell privately my Farm f 41 Acres, 1 mile from Crab Orchard, on the Manferd pUe. It Is gojd land and well improved with good dwelling, barn, lneyard, water, Ac Call on me on the ormtdrtM. me at "fc -- kELLKV.'" 1 Dutcher Shop on will keep at alt tlmts THE RILEY - HOUSE Kontuolcy,. ket price. I have a tine, new, Urge refrigerator and mmts will sIusts be kept fresh and nice. r- that can be obtained, which THE : BEST - : MEATS IULIANVKST premises or address me at Crab Orchard. 631! JOHN DE KAUDI. F. B. RIIilBY, Proprlotor, I will sell at tho mar- Go to Earpfs Art Gallery lie keep(.up And will L'iro you good satisfaction. A.J JiARP, Stanford. London, 'MOJNT&MENTS OfU kinds, To have sour photographs taken with all the Latest Improvements, o-iy I have moved to my new Hotel and am' bolt ft prepared than ever to accommodate the public. Good Livery attached and every convenient Give me a can. sssssssssaissm ., ml' , Mado and Set Up in All Farts of tho Country. No Agents employed. Noticoto tho Traveling Public. 1 have had W. ADAMS i9-4- ck SOU, No. 4 j llroadwsy, Lexington, Ky. FOE, IRESffT. v , "f .ROYAL BAKING POWDERCO.. 106 Wall street, New York, K.b. at 5:10 p.m. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leaves Kovmnd at 7:00 a. m., returning L.&N. LOCAL Tim CARD. Mail tram going North.... . i m South. Express train " South....... . ...........I aapm ,..u 40pm it 56 pm r.i .310am North....... 7SSn Local Freight North.............. . .4 45P" South. trains also carry passengers. The latter The above is calculated on standard time. Solar i me Is about ao minutes faster. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. C u:55 a m ; Fast Mail u: d. m.: New Orleans Limited 3:30 p. m.; Special 8:40 m. .. Special 3:00 a. m I I .V North-boun.. 1 .i..jBlue Grass Special 6:00 a m. ; LlDCIuuail ijiiuuu m.; last Mail P m p. outb-bound-Q Blue-Grass d 1 Trains pass I unction City as ionow. A: Special j ,., n-5- j.j LAND FOR SALE. lorty Acres of Land, 4 miles South of Stanford, half cleared, balance in timber, good orchard, two neverLdliug springs, and VcROB Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co Minersand shippersof the GENUINE Original Jellico Coal. Try it. We are the sole agents for Stanford Jand Rowland. Office corner ot Depot street ana rau- roadcrossing. HG0SS & WATTS. J HI. ZHZILTOZLST ROWLAND, DEALER IN CROCERIES, HARDWARE, Hoots and Shoes, Cigars and Tobacco. Ohio HtvcrSalt for sale by the barrel. Will take country produce in exchange for goods at market price. I am also agent for the old reliable Brodhead Tobaccos and will keep a full line of these goods in stock, and alt I ask of tho merchants ot Stanford and Rowland is to give me their orders and I will nut the goods In their houses at Factory prices. Thanking the public for liberal patronage, 1 ask a coutlnuonceof same, and remain your obedient J- HILION, servant. S7-- K, " desire to impress upon the minds of tho pub A Good, OomfortablcIHesidonco, lie the superiority of the service offered by the On Danville street. Goed garden, cow pasture, Wisconsin vemrai l.idcs Detwien Chicago anu If you dress In the fashion, don't think to escape Milwaukee and St. l'aui, Minneapolis, Duluth and yard, water, Ac. Apply to Hugh all points in the .orm west. Two fast trains leave For they criticise then in a different shape ;" c. .1.11.. IV!- dU raul, Minneapolis or MRS. 1IKTT1E1P. ALFORD. UU' 7a I You're ahead of your means, or your tailor' un- UUlVdKU UllPullman Vestlbulcd DrawingandRoom luth with paid; Sleepers and Coaches of latest deslcn Its Dining iSos. 1873. But mind your own business, there's naught to be Car Service is unsurpassed. It Is the only route over which both Pullman Ves- to the Pacific Coast made, s and Pullman Tourist Cars are tlbuled, For people will talk. operated from Chicago via M. Paul without change. Pamphelts giving valuable Information can lie Now the best way to do Is to do as you please, Immense stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, obtained free upon application to your nearest Prices For your mind if you have one will then bo at ease; ticket agent, or to Jas. C. Pond, General Passen- small Fruits, Shrubs, Vines and Plant low. We have no agents and our profits cease ger and Ticket Agent, Chicago, III. Of course you will meet with nil sorts of abuse, whers theirs begin. General aud Strawberry CatBut don't think to stop them, It' not any use, The laws of health are taught In tho schools, but alogue on application to H.1MULLENMKYKR, For people will talk. ;j not in a way to bo ot much practical benerit and Lexington. Ky (From the selections of the editor's dear, dead are never illustrated br living examples, which io manr cases might easily be done. 11 some scholwife, and printed in loving memory of her.) ar who has jut contracted a cold was brought lfc93. the school so that alt could near the dry, loud cough and know its significance; see the thin, FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. while coating on the tongue, and later, as the cold developed, see watery Tho Lebanon Enterprise reports and N'hin waterythe profuse from the expectoration discharge nose, not one ILLUSTRATED. of thim voutd ever foiKcl what the first sympsales of 54 steers at 4c. toms of a cold were. Tho ncholar should then be Harper's Magatine for ilsai wilt continue ta George Abraham sold to Took Hub- given Chamberlain's Cough Remedy irriUy, that all might see that even u severo cold teuld be maintain the unrivalled standard t eiccMeece ble a lot of fat cattle at 2 cents. in one or two Jrvs, or at least greatly milcured which the beginning. itated, when nrorterh- - treated as as the Fon Sale. 21 yearling mules, all symptoms appear. This remedy soonfamous lorfirst Amonghas characterised It from1 the year wilt be the notable features of its is M. Lackey, Stan- cures of coughs, colds and croup. It is made es new novels by A. Cenin Doyle, Censtsnce mares but two. W. pecially fur these diseases and is the most prompt W00U011 and ford. lllack. Snort stories and most reliable medicine known for the pur- - will be contributed William most popular writers ol by the "WhiteAlex Trnylor sold to James 25 and 50 cent battles for sale by Dr. M L. the day, including Mary K. Wilktns, KUlurd ourne, Druggist and Optician, Stanford, Kr. Harding- Davis, .Nlargaret Deland, llrandcr Mat head, of Garrard, a lot of fat hogs at 5 m thews and many others, ma Illustrated umnp-tiv- e cents. papers wilt embrace articles by Julian Ralph Bucklln's Arnica Salvo. Southern aad J. A. Dudderar has bought SS acres The best salve in the world tor cuts, bruises 00 newChild on India; Western subjct; by Theby Poultncr Uigelow on odore salt rheum, fever of tho land of tbe late Elijah Lair, eight sores, ulcers,chilblains, corns sores,alltetter, chap Russia and Germany; by Richard Harding Davis ped hands, skin erup- en a London Season, by Col T, A. Dodge on and tions and positively cures piles, or no pay requir miles from Lancaster, at $13. Eastern Riders; etc Kdwin A. Abbey's ed. It is Kiw. J. H. Boone sold to Dr. G. W. Bro- or moneyguaranteed to Price perfect satisfaction ued. ol Shakespeare's Comedies will be continrefunded. S cents per bo. Literary articles will be contributed bv naugh G2 owes at $2.8.") and to Prewitt & For sale by A. R. Penny, Stan lord. Ky. Cliarles Kllnt Norton, Mrs. Jamc. T. Fields, Wil. a Wood a lot of shoats at 4 and bogs at Asonof Mr. M. D. Pusser. a merchant of Gib- liam Dean HowclU, Drander Matthews and uthers raltar, X. C., was so badly afflicted with rheumaHARPER'S PERIODICALS. 4 cents. tism for a year i.r more as to be unable to work or Per Year 's ,Meng, of this county, has pur10 try 0. II. 0 to school Ills latner conciuuca 14 oe soon cutml Harper's Magaiinc Pain Ilalm on the boy chased 2,000 lambs nt 51 to 5Jc. They him and he has since walked iK It Weekly. 4 miles to school Harper's 4 00 every school day, so cent buttles for Harper's Knar are to be delivered June 35th to July 1. and back M. L Uourne, Druggist and Optbiau, Harper's Young Peuple ,. .. co sale by Dr Bourbon News. Stanford, Ky. Postage Free to all subscribers In the United John M. Wasson has bought 1,000 For pain in the stomach, colic and cholera mor- States Canada and Mexico. better bushels of clover seed from different bus there is nothing Diarrhira than Chamberlain's Tne Volumes of the Mainline begin with the Remedy. Fur sale Cholic, Cholera and M. L. ISournc, Druggist and Optician, Nimibers for June ami December lor each year. farmers the past month at $0 to $7. by Dr. When no time is mentioned, subscriptions will beStanford, Ky Woodford Sun. gin with the number current at the time ot receipt ot order. Hound Volumes of Harper's Mag. The Florida orange growers will reastne for three years back, in neat clotn binding, will be senttjy mVil, post paid, on receipt ol i ceive $1.20 per box for the fruit on tbe per volume. Clotn caes for binding, 50 crnts trees. Last year they got only it few each by mail, post paid. Cnstorlo. When Baby was sick, we Rave e Remittances should be made by cents over 51 per box. Money Order, or Draft to avoid chance of leibs, When she was a Chill, sho cried for Caotoria. Xewspspers are net to cony this advertisment J. B. Dickerson bought of A. D. When she became Mb, she clung1 to Castorfv without the express order 01 Harper ft llrnthers. Root two hogs that weighed together When she had Children, she gf ethetn Castorta. Address HARPIiK IIKOTHKKS. New Y?rk. 035 pounds at 5 cents. Out of the two For people .tll talk. way; don't get excited, whatever they cay, Doalrod Information. x'e f- ir. iu:n, nrst-clas- Orchard, Lawn, Garden. . Harper's Magazine. have in connection with Hotel one of the best sa toons in the State, open day and ulght; a night man meets all trains. In connection with House have also one of tho best Mineral wells In tht BUU. and for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs ...m....." G W. Patrick, Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Floyd In. gram, Erin, Ttnn , A. A. Wanen, Stanford, Dr. D. K. Proctor, C. II. Hiaum, Mr and Mrs. T. W. Attention of the public is invited to the fac Hamilton, Rowland. Mr. and Mrs. Ir. U. Johnson, that this is the only National Hank in Stanford New Haven, Jim Cox. Greensburg. Rates Jl per Under the proria'ens of the National Hank Act , me a call. depositors are secured n&t only by the capital day. J. M. Petrey, tlerk W.Give tjtoij CARRIER, Prop. J. stock, but br the stockholders liability tor an amount equal to the slock, so that depositors o( this institution are secured by a lund ot 3400,000. Five sworn statements of theconditien of tht bank are made each yearto the Uulted States govern ment and its assets are cxammeu at siaicu times I will deliver Ico every morning to families tn by government agents, thus securing addititoaa Stanfvrd and vicinity at $4 cents per loo pounds: and perfect safsty to depositors. as ths fur $o to too pounds at the rate of 60 cents, and This institution, originally established Deposit Hank of Stanford In iljS, then under 51) pounds at the rate of 74 cents I call special attention to the John tlfcntier tied as the National Hank ot Stanford in 1S65 and as the Hirst National Hank ol tlrewing Ce.'a Celebrated I. X. L. Beer, Tor which again iSSs, has had practically u uninter-rupt-cd I am agent. Will fjrulth in eithe' keg or bottle. un'ord in nuttiiceel 11 years ll Is letter supplied Write for piiccs, K.I1REMBR, Stanford, Ky. now with lacllitlcs for transacting busintss prompt ijtf ly and liberally than ever before in its long and s, honorable caieer. Accounts efcorporallans, fums and individuals respectfully s die- John II. Castletaan. A. G. Lanham ted. Directory ol this Uank is composed ol The T. J. Foster, of Stanford; Kemtus Reid, Lincoln county; FIRST NATIONAL BANK THE SrwEL,TON MOUSE and nicely furnished and At OF STANFORD, KY. R "'and .,iaintrd Capital Stock Surplus $200,000 20,000 XCE AJSTX) BE3SB. fldu-jurie- J. W.Hayden. Stanford; ROYAL MANAGERS. M Kenl-mo- re S.I t. Haughman, Ltacoin; M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; S. V. Harris, Llneeloi J. S. Hocker Stanferd; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln! T. P. Hill, Stanford. W. G. Welch, Stanford; W. P. Tate. Stanford. Insurance Company, ok wvEiiroor.. BARBEK&OASTLEMAN Oommorcc Building, Loniavill Agents throughout the South. ' OFFICERS: 'h y I.S. Kocker, President; John J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A. Mc Kinney, Assistant Cashier. Farmers BanMTrnst Co. Is new fully ItO K - -- OF STANFORD..KY., organued and ready far business with - W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Apnt, STANFORD, KY. A inam-erlain- Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - - - $200,000. 19,000. -- THE STANFORD" hr Pott-offic- SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL, HANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the asms amis and undtt the same managsmrnt. ny provisions of itschailcr, depositors are as fully protected as ate depositors in National Uanks, its shareholders being held Individually liable to the extent ot the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereol, in addition to ths amount Invested In such shares. It may act as executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as sa individual. To those who entrusted their butsiness to us while mnaglug the Lincoln National Hank ol Stanford, we w here tenderour many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business with us, ottering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years' experience in banking and as liberal accommodations as ate consistent with sound banking. . DIRKCTOKt Watertight and Ice Co 1 . Has contracted with responsible firms torlta plants and will have the Ice aad 1'JrcUic Plaats comple twl in about sixty davs; the Water Plant soon after. In order to place individual contracts In for Wst.r and Electric Light, tbe Company ourrs ins lonowiog Necessary water pipes will be laid, connected to tains at actual cost lor pine and work. Electric wires put In and ascs ssary fixtures fur- mshed free ol chanre To be of best quality and guiitatced ts give satisfaction. 1 he schedule of adopted rates is fr.mj-taj- o per cent, lower than is usually given. A t fflSTLK R BQWELL, STANFORD, KY., House, Sign, Decorative Painter and Paper Hanger. Country work solicited. - pounds of lard iverc taken. William Moreland bought in Wayne hogs at 4 county a lot of of a cents. He will ship hoirs that ho bought in this county at 170 200-poun- d 1803. J.J. to-d- ay oar-loa- d A. S. PRICE, Office Harper's Weekly. ILLUSTRATED. Wllliaias, Mt, Vernon; J. M. Halt, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, (Stanford; S.J. Krabry, Stanford; 41 William Moreland tells us that catS'3m tle of all kinds and hogs have greatly ad J.H.YEACER vanced in prices lately and that lie atI.M.BRUCE. tributes it all to the election of Cleveland YEAGER, and Stevenson. B. G. Gover bought of S. P. Stagg SALE STABLE, lffffiT, FED AND his farm, 4 miles beyond Uustonville, of 17SJ acres, at $10. It has a good, now STANFORD, KY. barn and two tenants' houses, but has fleet July 1st and reThe above firm went mn the patronage of the no residence on it. spectfully asks a public. of Dave Walter bought a hogs this week average weight 250 lbs. NEW RIGS AND HORSES Ho also bought a number of at 5 Have been purchased and nothing but cattle, average 1,100 pounds, at prices turnouts will leave the stable. Harrodshurg ranging from 2' to Give Democrat. HL Hogs arc now within of a cent of tho highest point they have reached this MYERS HOUSE year, Oe having been paid Monday. One year ago the top of the market was 4.10. Receipts are but little more than half as P. VV. GREEN, Prop. large as at this time last year. Breeders Gazettce. the A vory good crowd attended Monroe Thi stable, which Is run n connection withwith supplied Myers House, has been Curtis' sale, Friday, and fair prices wore A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, realized. Household, kitchen furniture and farming implements sold at good Buggies, Wagons, thin ever prices. (Jows 515 to $1S; calves S3.bU to rummer's Supplies and nu supply the public with SS.25; hay per ordinary stack 0; corn in prepaie OF AIiL KINDS. crib $1.65; corn in field $1.05; work horsBIGS Estimates furnished. to5J. BRUCE & SURGEOV DENTIST. Harper's Weekly is acknoltdged as standing over Severance & Son's Store, Main street, first among Illustrated weekly periodicals in America. It occupies a place bctwern that of the Stanford. hurried daily paper and that of the less timely monthly magazine. It Includes both literature and news, ana presents with equal force and felicity the real ev.nts of current hutory and the Itu. aginative themes of fiction. On account of its ery complete series of illustrations nf the World's Fair, it will be not only the best guide to the grcitt Exposition, but aim Its best sHiveuir I public event of general interest will be fully illustrated in Its pages. Its contributions being A, W. Carpenter, Mllledgevillt; J. F. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanford, Ky S H. Shanks, President. J. K. Lynn, Stanford; f... . Ll. .l.lt.l..l rootnm.MK....... Sterts, Hanks and Private OflTies, 1 faucet... iMins, private, one laucet.. nose attachment ler sptlnkler Stables, private, one anitaal.... r.acn aoiiittenai animal Schedule of Yearly Water Rates. Dwelling of 1 rooms, one faucet.,.. JIM liach sdilitlonal I M $CO 3 00 5 a co I 00 Electric Light Rates. I'or commercial I W.M. Bright, Teller . J. n.Oasley, Cashier, use: -- One arc and three n,r r 16 VMf c. p. incandescent t.mp light, )cr mo. a as -- car-lo- ad 9 ry from the best writers aad artit in this couutry. it will continue to excel In literature, news and illiutratluss, all other publication of Its il mwktfmmmtmr' SSV SSSV WMlf k MiiKmx': rVy?'r.3aaaaalaaaaaaaA J TZ I IOC p. oaehmeandttsceul 66 to ;,' sTfrTW'!mMvll.lff"aBBBBBBBBBBBBH In!BBBBBBBBBBBSSy Hte.BBBSBS'L.'CJ1 t IIAItl'ER'S PERIODICALS. Per Year: first-cla- ss Harper's Maaiine (ilarpcr's Weekly Harper's Raiar. ilatprr s vssg 1 . L. . 3 tlicin a Call. 3c Postage Free to ail subscrlban In States, CaMdaand Mexico. ... Vmlr at luiDUV of KSClt VlMr. ' ... ..W...WtnaslMMal. subscrlptlosM will -. that'Bltid to c 0 t( TisaTTVTrT t?'.-(l- B !IT sl.'ss'.MTisP Per Rethlenfe Ue- For tst ill c p. ineafldetecftl Itnip per mo .. ,. ,r y i, i ' .ih1 " . For each addllismal ... For further fnfWrnwSian, apply te a It J. W HAYDEN.Sup't, Ac 1 sasassssas9fasssssssssssssssw assssssssssssaBalzsssssssssssssssr. sssssVssssssssbssssssbbsssbbsssdA t . I 00D PAY ! ! ! -- r -- AT- Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, her arc three of the best Harfear IM the State. Thwe are also cxcllent Bath Raoou run in Agent tor Lexington Steam Lsundry.j 'I m well-kno- I beglti with she first W MSN uo tin-- . ., . nsn. wiia the uiMnhai' current at the lima H reonatet arder. Hound Volawes of Harpar's Weewtr lor three years back, in iMiat cloth bltsdlaa;, wIM fce s.Mt by bv exprasa, Irae lA xpee mall noatasM paid, provided tne freight ilaaa mk eaceca ti tiM ,l. r umi f,,r r &r voluraa. ""-- ' "" Utoth caan lor ec voium., niwas for blud ine. will tte Mat bv ssail. smmi paid, a 'calP01 Itemittastces shuolU be sasda by Mnfvey Order or Draft te avoW iham. at Ws. Newspaper are aet M copy lbs. advertlasment Hroshei.. tkithotit the express order f Harsiar TLv valansas of tbe . - Veklr y FOR GOOD WORK A sfMasssisW r' f "avasivsisi. ggsSssS: For Ladies or Gentlemen i?A"1JJJiJ4aV"ga ' Z.WJ tvid Tl': JSfolK 't Past-ofR- 'w $5 to $500 Cash! ccordiug to result accomplished ; in addition to a libcrnl comiuibiMou. of twenty per ctnt. ie Addras: HARPElt fc UKOTHltRS. Kcw Yurk 1893. FIRST-CLAS- S l;j Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, &c, at M. F. iyr , Allen Prewitt 2 at 4jc. Cas. and Olid Prewitt, SO cattle average at 4; J. 1). Held 2 average 1,500. pounds, at 4c; W. II. Keid sold to same party 2 to be delivered STANFOUD, KY., Dec. 10, at 4 JJc Mt. Sterling Gazette. Col. T. S. Moborloy, proprietor of the Forest Grove Stock Farm, sold to II. 3This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, is now in my charge and I intend to conduct it waito T. Richards, of Wabash, Neb., a yearnot only maintain its high reputation, but to add ling bull and heifer for $ 1,000. The bull to its long list ol friends, ipcctal accommodations for commercial travelers and fine roomsdor was by tho celebrated Thorudale Rose the disploy of samples. Duke, while the heifer is by his no less Saloon. A First-Cla- ss renowned second duke of Hilldale. And BILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached. Twenty shares of Second National stock JOSEPH COFFEY. sold at auction at $10i and 10 in the Farmers National at $175. Richmond Register. Dick Gentry, of Boylo, bought a ago from Garrard county feederb Highest cash market price paid for Goldsmith, bunches of fit cattle as follows: 45 from Gibson Bros,, 1,425 for pounds, at 4; 14 from Burnsido k Hal4 J, car-loa- ds 5, Bersonaiand prompt attention given to Weddings, Parties and Iturlal.. P W. GREEN, Proprietor. AL. BURNS, Manager. es $17 to $45.00. C. P. Golf sold to Simon Weil 32 carloads of cattle, average 1,500 pounds, at - Harper's Bazar. ' ILLUSTRATED. is a WILLIAM MOREL A NO, Dealer in the above It Alt) GUESS PREMIUMS FOR SUBSCRIBERS. THE GOFFEY HOUSE car-load- s, car-loa- ds, JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. Junction City Marble&GraniteWorks kind ot Marble and Granite work. I have in my employ skilled workmen from the East. My freight facilities can not be excelled and I will not be undersold. 38 JOE S. WRIGHT. JUNCTION CITY, KY. Hsve just erected a new Marble and Granite House and am fully prepared to fill orders fqrall to call on or address me An expert ence of fifteen gives the fullest and latest uifoimatteii about fashin this busmeet has been of prefil to me and ions, and its numerous illustrations. 1 Sir is iltins think I cau make It profitable both to the buyer and pattern sheet supplements are indHprntable 100 alike to the home drrs. maker awl the prefession-a- l and teller. P. O address Stsnford, Ky. Officejt the Myers House. No expena is pared .0 make Its armodiste tistic attractiveness of the highest order. In ;rlglt stories, aeiuMng louiedies and thonglitful is laBious essays satisfy all tastes and its In lis weekly isas a budget of wit aud humor EIRE AND STORM sues everything is included wblth is ol interest to women The serials for ilsv3 will be written by Christlae ler Walter Hesant and Edna Lyall hune Hernck will furnish a practiial series entitled "At the Toilet." Grace Kiii. Olive Therne Representing... . Miller an J Candace Wheeler will be frsnuent The work ol women in the tolumbian Exposition will bo fully represented by many ilConn., of lustrations T. W. Higgiuson, in "Womsn and . Manchester, of Men,'' will please a cultivated uudicnc.e. last-page Harper's Ilaar journal for the home Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hog3 Solicited Stock Cattle aud Sheep a specialty. Persons having any of the above ucribx' Steele for sale or wishlni to purchase same, will do well Impossibilities or Uncertainties. Every thing Fair, Honor-abiPlain and Positive. No Sco programme in the o, J. II. ISAUGIiaXAK. INSURANCE AGEN'- - WeeKly of our Fourth Eiuirer r5 iiARPEH'S PERIODICALS. Per Year: 37-- lf CASH ELKIN - I 3&. a few-day- s low, 1,425, at 4.15; 35 from B. F. Robinson, 1,511, at 4.121; 33 fiom Arch Ivava-naug1,475, at 4. He also bought Record-Homestead. h, & CO., from each of the above a few lighter weights at III. Lancaster STANFORD, XV The Volumes of the lUsar begin with the first Number for Jauuary'Of each sear, Whenjio time is mentioned subscriptions will begin with Ihe Number current at the timo of receipt of order. Confectioneries, Ac. Uoutid volumes of Harper's Harar for throe Oysters and Celery always on hand and served years back, in neat cloth binding, wilt be sent by -- DEALER IN- all hours. at mail, postago paid, or by express free of expense furnish 'provided tho freight does not exceed Jt pet volbaker and can Has with him a -:- S; ume) for $; per volume. Dread, Cakes and the like on short notice. Cloth Cases for each volume, suitable for bind, on receipt of ing, will be sent by mall, And Country Produce, Si each. C Ti should, be made by Remittances Money Order or Draft to avotd chance ot loss. Has opened his stock of goods and Is ready to serve Newspapers are not to copy this advertisement the people of Stanford and vicinity. He Is offer ing unheard of bargains 'and all who want without the express order of Harper & Brothers. For the painless extraction of teeth and other goods at the lowest possible prices should Address HARPER & BROTHERS. minor surgery, I have tested its virtue sufficientNew York.' J him on Logan Avenue, near Lancaster pike R. C. MORGAN, D D. S. ly to know. YMwrnasm Dealer In first-clas- States, Canada und Mexico. Harper' Magazine. Harper's Weekly Harper's llazar Harper's Young People., itag .... - 4 OO I 10 a 00 the United s Companies. I would All of which are be pleased to wait on my friends in this line. Pol. tcics promptly issued. 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