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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892121301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi Weekly Interior vol. xx. LIBERTY, CASEY ODUNTV. Journal NO. 83 1 STANFORD, LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY MT. VERNON, KYM TUESDAY. DECEMBER 13. 1892. -- ROBKCASTE COUNTY. HUSTOYILLE. II. T. Logan A Co. have rented II it- I'uliMki'a lately uluutotl circuit olerk An infant of Mr. nnd Mrs. K. J. TanHugh Miller has bought tho town hcmIos aud will repair them. Xnpler Adnma, with hissupplo form and son's atunsTOoin for next year. ner died atSSIcKinney Friday. And gone, but here c inn xfnrthcnt iV Co. hnvo slnushtprod linuiNomc features. Is now with tin. Nn Look out for Christmas advartise-ment- B Tho Lndies' Aid Society will ve an pier is n ooiwln of our OowjroUmnu nnd and shipped to tho city mnrkota 5,600 entertainmont at the from this section ininext issue. ChristA COMET TO AKOUT DEC. 1892, turkeys. la young man ot brlglit promise. Willie Davidson and S. N. Davidson inas eve. That will crush out high pricti and competition in the following artlefeu: The schools taught at Hitie Mr. Ilarger, who lately built a nice have returned from a visit to friends in The closing exerclncs of tho public Holled Oatex, IIayne' Canned Csrn, Mamn school-housin Lower house at Brodhead, had tho misfortune Wright county, Mo. school at this place, undor ehargn of J. I'olk'a Canned Corn, Vcrmltelli. Christian Garrard clewed Friday. ' lose it by lire Friday. H.TIioiuas, took place nt tho A good crowd attended thoChautau-qit- a Macaroni, lllue Hell Canned Corn, Wm. Totlen has exchanged Ids farm X. V. Cream Ckce,; Varrtottth Canned Corn,, Circle entertainment Friday night. church last wcelc. Tho Iiouko waa well Win. Agee, charged with cutting ' Date, PlatJUocle Tomatoes, tilled ntan otirly hour from tho sur jiitlVint Lick with Mr. tiwi. Dettia for James Adams in a difficulty over a roos- It proved to he a most enjoyable occaK"uj, folk's Tomatoes, dis- his house and lot on Crab Orchard street. rounding community nnd from a ter's picture, was acquitted at the exam- sion and particularly wan tho music en Dried Apple, ApricoU, On Christinas evo the Indies of the. ining trial here. tance. Tho exercises consisted of fine joyed. Blackberries, California F.vaporaleU fff iJrjfitV Pineapple, lied, Peaches, vocal nnd instrumental music, juvonllo l'rt'sbytcrinn Mite Society will have turMr. and Mrs. Sam Keld are both One of the Signal's printers, a newPineapple, grated, Michigan Hand l'ilcI keys, cakes, salads, etc , for sale in Mr. ly made father, a few days since walked quite Bick. They are a happy couple ' recitations, comic declamations, Canned Ueef, Navy Ueans, nnd tragic, with 13. V. Harris' store. Tina society has into Ids homo and both humorous spit and have lived their long lives together Potted Ox Toheuc, Hound Hominy, a supply of Ethiopian cliaracters aud been a great vielp to tho church. upon tho bed aud pitched his hat into with as few unpleasant jars us any that . Deviled Ham, Hominy I'lake, Wo wish that ono of the town trus- the grate. All performed their parts CoveOytteu, laurelling. Prune, p can be suggested. Oil Sardlnot, fc'reih Oysters, " well nnd enthusiastic applause was fre- tees lived on Richmond street, for if ono Mfsf.cs Mollio and Helen SawyOTB Georgo Ilille, Jr , sold to William '( Mm1nrrf Sardit , Celery, given. Lib- resided on that thoroughfare tlio proba- nnd tho 'Misses Wright, of Brodhead, Morelnnd 10 feeders at 4c. J. P. Mile quently and spontaneously Salmon, IrUh I'etatees, piSloed, A erty has fine dramatic talent and with bilities are that the crossing between have been visiting friends hero. Miss sold Montie Fox 2.') feeders at HJc. T. I.obttcrg, flutter, Kngs, ' Gold Dim I'tMchei, persistent training nnd culture a num- Mclloborts' and the Miller Hotel would Ann Stewart, of Wildie. Is with relatives L Carpenter sold to Givens & Carter 11 t Pte Peaohei, All Kinds of SHgar, ber of Ita youths would make their murk be repaired. Miss Mattio Newcomb is visiting cotton mules at here. . Canned Pea$, Fresh Hems, , Wo uuderfctand that Mr. Sam Kngle- - lelatives in Louisville. upon the profefwiouul stage. The entire J. F. Crow & Co. have built a com" Fine Leaf Lard, t, Pics Feet, nt mntflnii ' " pleased and every- IIII1II. (if llllllll!,. id lliitlL-iru- t audience wai highly daughter of Jack modious nnd convenient store-rooAn at Cod I'lA, Melassea. Fneu, W , ' . Apple Vinegar, Pickles, thing went off well. Though Mr. Thom- to KatifHS. If he does, it will causo n Scott, who lives on Dry Fork of Crooked McKinney nnd will soon move into it. ' All Kinds of Cates; PiuestTMf, as Is young In years, h lias nlready vacancy in tho mnsteri'oiinniBsionor's of Creel? was accidentally shot and instant- By the way, watch their "ad." in our " Green Java CeSec, Crackers, r gained a fine reputation as a teacher. flee of Hubble circuit eotirt. Those de- ly killed by a 14 year-olbrother, who next, also look out for F. M. Ware's Spices, Arbucklc's CoflTee, ' during tho siring thin lucrative position had better had returned from hunting nnd in comIlia school was well attended talk. Hoasted Mocha CITee, Mot andPour, ? ' Royal Java and Mocha Mixed, whole session and from what we lenrn filu their application at once aud avoid ing into the house, aimed to turn Kite, Kverythtng is quiet hero at present, ' I'me Stick Candies, Mackerel In Bulk, from the patrons he has given jwneral tho rush. around to look back, when tho gun hut tho friends of Win. Powers, killed All Kinds of X'mas Lima Deans, The contest between Messrs. Mason struck the satisfaction. There was n heavy storm of and fired, striking here, nre sending lots of messages con gandi"' K,uU aHd Pumpkins, fancy Oranges and wind and rain during the performance. and Hioaddus for tho circuit clerkship tlio little girl and carrying away the top cerning their coming up and "taking the Oat Meal, Ilanaiias. The church was filled with happy men, ' will be tried ono day this week before of her head. good citizens herenbout nre town." Tho Lai Silk Chiffon Handkerchiefs. ,fml GenU in a" s I ina at the time, with a tiie county judge aud (lie magistrates re- Handkerchiefs. ,vnm.,ii nn.t not losing much sleep on that account, Gent Goods. Silkmost elccant line ofFine tock cl Linens, worki d, ataoiped. Ac. Elegant lino of fancy A fine (Jueensware, such as Decorated Lamps, Parlor Lamps Hall FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. sprinkling of tho descendents of Africa's .aiding ueares'. to Inucaster, vIa. Henry Lamps..yc. lli.U3 however. rfuret, I a Sets, Water Sets. Fruit Dishes, ( ard Receivers, Flower Plates. Mucs, Vues, Match Reccher, Arc Don't fall by examine our Iranians and for a short time thero and Denny. In naming the attorneys sunny clime, Poet master W. It. Davidson, or Mc- stock of Koods just now arriving Dinner Sets. to so per cent. Come all means to and and save to 0110 and all .see the Comet in Fink Citta.k. For rent; fie anres Respectfully, llowland, Ky. symptoms of alarm, hut they soon for Mason we omitted Hon. It. II. weie Kinney, says that tho office there is no attached. Mrs. Mollie Wrny. linxoti. We regret this, for Mr. Toiuliu-- " nnd no damage was done. 0. M. Jones sold to Fox for Nelson small aflair nndthatduring month S,742 son has been attorney of Mason from pieces of mail matter were handled. Of Morris a lot of export cattle at IJ. HATRIM0NIALJ4ATTERS. lhH beginning an,i ,9 lftl ,i,0 ,,rinrjpil course most of it wascomposedof tho I.v It is claimed that over 2,000 horses of tho case. Mr. Mack I.ltter'and Miss I'enneliii manngeniont ration Journal's big list of subscribers. have entered the li:.'!0 l this year. VK- Hughes and wife have re- i .V .w..v, John Diuwiddie and family will Boon ... if,.t.nnl,l. limb of the Wavnesbury u J. W. Foweli his a field acres turned from their bridal tour through move from Carl Moss, this State, to his section, were married Sunday Miss Mary(riines, of Marks- - that gave him 11 barrels of corn to tho father's place, near here. Mr. Kobt. J. old, of Mrs. Cora Wtnslow, U ye-bury, is visiting Mrs. Nathan Thomp son. acre. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Lyles nnd wife, of Nashville, will remain Valparaiso, Iud., has been married thro . ' 4- I. I.yle bought a jack on WedMiss SallicTomlinsou has returned to nt her father's, Mr. J. M. Cook, for n times, di voiced twice, and is nftei a her home in Danville. Miss .Myrtle nesday for which he paid 51,000. He is week or more. Walter Greening nnd 1892. third. go to North Ca.slina. Winchester blew out Wilds visited Marksbury Saturday and to -- George Front, of Detroit, wife have moved to ins father's, but Mr. Pull corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music and K. F. Oniues nnd wife, of Sun. Greening is still running his store here. An. Excellent hoarding department Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. that part of the filling of his skull known Sunday. Mrs. F. W Green bought of W. G. ordinari'y b brain, because pretty Car- tiarrurd, have gone to Danville, their fu- G. Hurt, of Adair, a year-olgelding THE SAME AS IT USED TO BE. ture home. Alias Georgia Woods, of rie Wright wonldn't marry him. $100. Mips Mattie Marksbury, is the guest of Miss Mamie for get a beau ; It Is announced that I.ost, ablack, whiteUcedboar, white The girH are planning te I)r J. W. Grant has returned They dre lor party, ball and show Thompson, of Harrodsburg, thought by Currov. from a trip to the mountains. Messrs. feet, weight 12o. Reward. S. J. Jones, And the old lulls tell us it wasn't so by many to he the prettiest woman in " When they were young and ued to go. JePxo Wearen and Carroll Bailey were Freachersville. wilt mnrrv Mr. William Da The exports of farm products from But the difference is really no more nor less 01,r citySjimlay vis, of Now York, who is a brother-ir-- 1 a little change in the style of dress; this country during th past fiscal year Than human nature itself you see And law of Joseph FuliUor, tho owner of tho THE LEGISLATURE. amounted to more than isOOO.000,000. During the year 1892 I shall" keepj constantlyon Is just the same as it used to be. New York World, In the spring. Steele A Uptts have bought during After the verses and prayers arc said, hand a full and complete stock of The (ienernl Assembly has decided scribbler An anonymous nud Idiotic the last week 200,000 pounds of tobacco The1 old tolls light the boys to bed, sends us n notice of a marriage for pub- that the holiday vacation shall be for from growers at prices ranging from 9 to And ihey lie as still as though they were dead lication, which we know has not occur- ten days, from Dec. '2'i to Jan. X Till Daddy goes ofTto his dreams instead. The House p.tssed the good time con- He. Midway Clipper. Then down the bacic stairs so sly and slow, red, and is not likely to occur for a long A cotton compress at Waco, Tex., With their books in their hands and away they time. This business may be very funny vict bill, extending it to l0 days n GO. A whipping poatbill would have compressed 1,310 bales in nine hours and to the writer, but It is not relished by five minutes, against the Galveston rec- And the old man laught in the morning to see It be by tho shut oH most of necessity for such legthe publisher, nor would the same as it used to be. bales in 10 hours. This beats It's just islation. There would not bo half tho ord of My 'stock of couple were it to appear in print. f nose good old maids are waiting yet convicts to deal with, if the lash took tho the worlds compressing record. Oterlovp affairs they froth and fret The Harrodsburg Democrat says Of girls they never saw such asc t place of the lighto rsentence. CHURCH AFFAIRS. that Win. Campbell, who left there sev- Each one ol them is a silly coquette Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my 'customers of --The I'ariH K'entuckian says that Itev. w ,, Coppor ,lM ,)e(n conllra)e,i en years ago, returned last week, having Ilut if backwards son ething like forty years S. M. Martin's meeting In a hugo tent nt p08l.inM,or at Midway. They would carry their meddlesome eyes and ears drompt service, low charges and courteous treatment;! Mr. Thomas ridden horseback or in n buggy from San confos-- j DALTon in charge. freaks Cynthisna has resulted in ! A. R. PENNY.1 a recount in one county in North Francisco, California, a distance of about In flirts and same a of their own they'd sec it used to be. It's juU the A dispatch from thero relates i)koUBUona that the electoral vote, eions. ll.frOO miles. Of course to the angel 'tis right to hold that quite an excited sceno occurred on j w,jlch R WM thoucht wouU1 bo divided, Ftnbry, Dunn it Co. bought of Hall has the cre Friday night. Mr. Martin, who is at, w, ,, bo fof Weaver, the three electors Anderson a pair of maro mules, K5J The year thatis plain happyought bestbe rolled ; to and told. Iiul the truth church, waa ma - winnlnK by pluralities ranging from 1.", tidied to the Christian hands, for !K0. W.B.Caldwell it Son That the world grow s better in growing old, against the other ' t0 ss king his usual diatrilie sold two aged jennets and suckling jen- And only love in its show and tlame denominations, when Kev. U U. tox, i rhe secretary of the treasury has nets to (iarvin, of Bowling Green, for$l-Oo- Is ever changing and yetthe same t'or freak of fashion .tnd (harm, you see. tin. lUntlnt ehiirch. snrani! to his feet informed tho Speaker of the House that Advocate. Arejust the same as they used to be. ami told Mr. Martin he knew he was not the detlclrfncy of the government for the 'from the selections of ite editor's dear, ltsd The American Bee Journal sayBthat recurrent fiscal year is estimated at 511,- - then-artelling tho truth. Some very caustic .'$,000,000 persons in tho United wif,aud printed in loving memory of her.) marks were exchanged. Hev. Cox made (K'ffi2Q, of which $10,500,000 is on ac States Is Keceiving,His w'o keep bees and that the numThe laws of health are taught in the ' hoots, but many friends by his manliness in call- count of pensions. ber of colonies are about :t,000,000, nut in a way to be ol muih practical benefit and By a vote of U,:J--'- i to G0l.' ing Kev. Martin down. nearly 7.,000.000 pounds of hon- are never illustrated by living example, which in might easily It some scholmany has abolished the ancient pro- ey annually, worth $10,000,000, and wax ar who ass just contractedbe adone. was brought cold hat F. W. Kocidor. from Switaoland, vision in her constitution making' I100I so that all could hear the dry, loud the Goods Warranted and a Perlcct Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. any its ii(nili.juce; see the thin, Loiuh and kii" died at Hammock, this county, a few man ineligible for the office of governor worth JC.00,000. white coating on the tongue, and later, as ho cold Charles Lilian), of Mercor, has sold de eloed, soe OV prnluM watery expectoration il.iv igo, aged 17. who did not (Ktesess refll estate in his his corn watery to Thomas Alexander at i'2 de- and thin would discharge from the no.', not ones Warren locker has received own rightTo the value of L'1,000. Mr. J. forget what the tint of them livered and Cunningham bought 100 barol a cold were. Tne ncholnr should then be a letter from Km. Oak, Texas, stating It is unofficially announced in Wash Chamberlain's Cough Remedy frcWy, that given see that "that Dr 11. Douglas died suddenly on ington that only his poverty stands be rels at S2.25 delivered. Tho Demoerat all B.irlitone or two evens, aor severe cold teuld be da) at least greatly miticured cat tie at gated, in hen also reports sales of a sister of the 7th. Dr. Douglas married properly treated as soon as the firm tween .Mr. Carlisle aud his handling of :F .md (Late Alexander's Hotel.) his remedy is famous lor lis two earn of fat hogs at oc. eight children. .vuiptoms appr. Mr. I locker and leaves Undo Sam a I2,000,000. Many a poor cures uf i eughs, colds and croup It U made os A fairly good crowd attended court pecmlly for these diseases and is the most prompt His wife died about four years ago. It er man woum iw wining m waive so tellable medicine known for tile yesterday, but it was a real drag ol a day. and most and cent bottles for sale by Dr. Mpur fetupnoeed that he did from heart trou- - slight on objection. Lou. Times. Rate, Per Day. I., pose. J5 50 Col. A. O. Tulbott saytf there wero some llouriie. Druggist and Optlcieu, Stanford, ICy hlc Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-Housho second trial ot M. B. Curtis, tho 25 cattle on tho market, hut no public The Ndt'ounl Agricultural DepartNow Try This nctor, who made the play ".Samuel of from tabulated reports sales were made. Butcher stuir sold priment estimates It will cost you tiothtiiK and will surely do you Fosen,' famous, came to nu abrupt end : good if '" have a tough, cold or any trouble with A. W. Jones, J.J. Sullivan, vately at 2c: heifers 2lc. Several plug throat, .V. R. LOGAN, that the percentage of loaa of shoep by Friday by the death of one of chest or lungs. Dr Kihk's New Discovthe jurors. horses sold at IS to $.'i". in ery for Consumption, Coughs and C0W1 is guardogs is J per cent. In Kentucky, while J. J. Marshall, clerks. Manager. t In a drunken condition, Curtis killed a to ie rcliel or money will be paid back Tho Lebanon Fnterpri.se says that anteed from I. a Grippe found it just the thing other States it runs M high as . Ami poucemau Sutlerers in nun rrancisco about a vear Boardinan i Hardesly got $0.10 per aud under Us um! had a speedy and perfect rccov-e- r A. C. yet the cowardly legislature are afraid ago. SINE J.N.MENEFKE Try a sample bottle at our expense and s of hogs shipped to learn fof yourself just how i;ood a thing it is Trito nllix Hiillkieut penalties to prevent tho Dr. Taylor, a practicing phvsicinu cwt. for two Largi-ikat A of cattle was al bottle freeand f 1. R. Penny' drug store. slaughter. ,0 vents ami an educated man, is the next to feel Louisville, but the ntentiiship men Tho railroad and mo iiaiierurnw in mis Mate. Me was hard to dispose of at any price. Corn Spoclraon Cnaou. met in Atlanta a few days ago and took ringleader of that massacred a sold at Mrs. Begley's sale at $2.1 1. S. II Clitlord, New Catsel, Wis , a troubled new line of vessels family of tivo near Found Bros, bought six car- with Neuralgia and Rlieumatitui; his stomach and Sanders steps for a proposed tiap a man w.i disordered, his liver wa alfected to an alarmloads of hogs at 0c. from Pa van nuh or Brunswick, (.in , to two women and two children. ing degree, appetite fell nuav and he was terribly In the rlclt aud -- At a low estimate 7.,000 to 100,000 reduced Hitters cured strength. Three bottles ot Liverpool. Tho immediate object is to cinstle lnngungo of n Chicago paper, he him. ElcctrH givo tho foreign people who come to the will be "jerked to Jesus" on tho Kith. head of cattle have died in New Mexico Edward Shepherd, llarrtsburg, IlltnuU, h.id a running sore oil Ills leg of eight yc.irs' standWorld's Fair another route to come and from starvation and lack of water. The ing. I'sed three bottles of Klectric Hitters and Arnica Salve and his Uuckltn'H Arntcn Halve. South us well as een boxes go, so they can seo tho raihoads are shipping cattle out of the leg sound of Ilucklen'sJohn Speaker, Catawba, Oilice Ky. and w oil' is The licit ulve in the worM tor cuti. brunti tho North. doctors soics ;orc, ulrcr, tall rlicuni, fevtr uki, tetti-r-, chip region by train loads, hut thousands of O., had five large feer One on Ins leg; Kfectric bottle ol iaid he wa incurable Congressman Breckinridge eaid in ped hntli, chjlblainK, conn anil all tkln these cattle will die. as they are too weak trie Hitters and one box lliukteu's Arnica Salve piles, or no pay requir and New York that there was a feeliug that ed. It i ioiuivi'ly cure Kik. perfect latitlactiso, to withstahd the winter. Tho sheep are Hired him entirely. Sold by A R Penny, drugguaranteed to gist Price J cenn per box, a man more in sympathy with Mr. or money refunded in almost as bad condition as tho catale by A R. I'ennv. SUnlord, KvDesired Information. tnriir, silver Kor ItTuTand'B views on the tle. We desire to impress upon the minds of the pubthan Mr. Crisp is ,onol Mr. M D J'lincr. a merchant of A marked copy of the Atlanta Con,,,.! other questions lic the superiority of the hers Ice alfen-by the N. C was o Iwilly alllicttM with rhetniM-tl( speaker. fur a year or more at to be unable la wurk. or stitution has this item concerning' a firm Wisconsin entral Lines Irlwren Chicago aud hmou. i bo selected for the next Having bought out the remnant of the stock of John U. Fosrer, Milwaukee and St Paul. Minneapolis, Duluth and personlo kchoul Mli father concluded to try Cham Northwest. Two fast trains leave I all points In .Mr. Breckinridge declared that, eihln't I'ain )lalm on tliolmy It toon enrol of Kentuckians recently located there: Chicago dailythefor am now disposing of it at less than cost in the basement of SeverMinneapolis Dumiles him ally, ho himseU did not denira tho place, and and lu hat mice waltisl iso cent to tchnul One of the largest stock sales ever made luth with Pullman 'veitlbuled DrawingandRoom ance's store, preparatory to bttlo (or urging liim to tain h.ict fiery1. icliool day. A; Walker'u Sleepers ami Coaches of latest desigu Its Dining although his friends were Ilunriiv, friiKEil nd Opllcun, in Atlanta was made at Hill by Ir M. Car Ser ice is unsurpassed. It is the only route Stanford, Ky. r"n' stables yesterday. One hundred head to the Pacific Coast over which both Pullman and Pullman Tourist Cars are tick- Kound-triof Western horses wero auctioned ofi, operated trom Chicago la st Paul without change. QtKK.vX A Chkscicnt. Pauiphelts giving valuable Information can tie ,.,dth inCol, A. G. Dauiol officiating as auctioneta will sold December Ittd to obtained free upon application to your nearest &e., eer. The sale was a great success and ticket agent, or to Jas C. Pond, General Passcn December 31st; also January When Italiy washlol, clusive,. jrav t CatirLi. ger and Ticket Agent, Chicago, III. was one of a Bories which the proprietors In the new storeroom of Mr. Withers, now ncaring completion. I lstar.ud I'd; all of which will be gnd to Wlirn slin wan (i Child, kht criisl for Castorla. rejourn till January 4th, "M. All agents Wlien h brcame Mks, she cluui; to Casturli, of the stable are running. Albert Colley, a yonijR fanner, was am agent for and have on hand the Oliver Chilled Plows, Studebaker m .. ;..i- . ...rotn.i ii found dead in a dUruputablo locality, at Wagons and the Dicks Famous Feed Cutter. 'have mstrueuons w ouu wunw ".-o- ta When he had Clilldren, the iff ethem Castoria. For pair, in the ttomachr colic and cholera Mayiiehl. Dan Slierrill, a negro, was thero is nothing belter than Chamberlain' It will be to your interest to give me a call. to prlucipal points throughout tho Cholic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedy. For gale arrested, charged with the murder of by Dr. M. I., Bourne, Drusgut and Optician; I'nlted States. Call on or address D. G. Colley. Stanford, Ky. Edwards, G. 1 A., Cincinnati, 0. court-house Biela's Comet Has Come APPEAR isl, Acndo-inynii- ti e '" ilia-logue- a, k absent-mindedl- I, ' $S2.-"0- . , I - 1 - m - -- . . ' - 1 d X-m- as ' i M 4 door-facin- g ..,,,' N. '' Tom-subsid- ed, , te - STEPHENS & KNOX. ! " llf-- 1 w-- -.- -- - ! of-L'- O rs l . Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 6tli, M - 1 d A. R. PENNY. DRUGGIST IAND JEWELER Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. yea-fro- m t: Toilet Articles Glass, Books, l,2-'t- WATCHES, CX.OCKS & tTEWE&RTr tll MLG.RUPLEY.vV- , e pro-timin- g 1 Miwia-chu!et- ta e I 1 er nymp-tini- 2-- ear-ol- d 1 failiow: mwii m, urnmm THE WLLLARD. S-50 e, 1 Louisville, Ky. car-load- car-loa- SINE & Mat-tiugl- tho-part- y y Proprietors of The MENEFEE, 111 STAMFORD LUMBER YARD, mid Yard Depot Street, Stanford, rrup-tia- ni SSI - -- (illi-ralt- TO THE PUBIJO Ilardwarc, Stoves, , m . d, first-cla- p Opening Out a Pull Stock of Groceries, b' m m nuir-b- u J. k:. Vmiabslale. -ii rKR r giJMMI jP-- : .wr-y- -j Ml f m wat. iiiiMj tXlMWrt! S)WR " Semi-Week- ly lNTERioRJouKNflL.loI,rb;!!;rl!;,E,l:1 December l.'J, 1R92 Stanford, Ky W. P. WALTON. SIZ : PAGES. X'lBXIDA.'X". EVERY The Court of Appeals, with Judge Pryor dissenting and ludgo Bennett ft' r , , writing h separato opinion, decides Hint the constitutional rcquireTients were not conformed to by the Legislature b:i Jay Gould seems to havo been the exwo we the final passage of tlie World's Fair ception to tho Biblical rulo which Bays go above void, and bill; ttiat the latter is therefore Cleveland's plurality in California, no man liveth to himself snU no man for this roason reverses tho decision of according to the full returns, isl52. Tho dieth to himself. Jay lived entirely tor i the lower court ordering a mandamus to prohibitionists failed to secure enough self and when ho died he left all his milcompel the auditor to pay. They all votes to have tho names of their candi- lions to his children, remembering no agree that the final passage of a bill dates placed on the ticket hereafter. And charitable institutions whatever. Por means in its completed form and muf t this reminds us to inquire where are the haps it is as well no. A great many men receive a constitutional majority, while 1,000,000 votes that the prohibitionists serv) the devil all their lives and then too Judge Pryor maintains that the court promised to poll? They failed most try to buy pardon and be praised of could not go behind the signatures of the signally to materialize, as their total voto men by willing money to objects of charclerks of the two Houses of the General in tho United States, nccording to the ity, which they havo squeezed out of Assembly to jnquira ujto the vote on the New York Herald, is not much more lucre all their lives. passage of a bill. Tho ground held by than a quarter of it. But the hopeful the attorneys for the auditor that the souls will continue to hope in tho face of Tub Glasgow Times is out heart and Wo hnvc appropriation for nuch a purposo was defeat. In fact, it wns of tho prohibi- soul for a whipping-post- . choice, Kun.vu to unconstitutional was also knecked out, tionist most probably that the poet wrote urged the legislatures to pass one for one to Wc ttnn,7e 'M. in Gov. IJrown being sustained in nearly "Hope springs eternal in the human years, but i?m.7Z we im.jiti h has always been too numerous to listen every point. Tho decision renders nu- breast." y important work done 111 might temporarily lose to anything that gatory much ofthe Thk heart of a live man is generally him votes at home. Wo should like very by the body and may cut a serious figure. A new bill was presented yoster- - speaking a worthless kind of a posses- much, howover, to see a legislature day and friends of the measure think it sion, almost as much so indeed as that of elected which has thn backbono to do can bo put through before the holidays, n dead one. The commercial value of the what, under tho circumstances, seems to in which event a credible display can latter is to bo decided in Paris this week, be an absolute duty. to yet bo made by Kentucky. It is to bo when the heart of tho Dauphin Prince, peoplu have voted to reform the The hoped that it can and that Kentucky son of Louis XVI nnd Marie Antonnette, will not be knocked out of an exhibit who has been dead overa hundred years, tar id", reduce tho pensions to au honest will bo put up atauction. A surgeon stole basis, wipe out forco legislation and re of her resources, because of a Senate, that wanted to prove to Gov. tho heart when he made an autopsy of peal the sugar bounties, ami the demo the remains and it has been in the fami- crats will be held to account lor every Brown that he didn't know any law. ly ever since, sealed in a jar of spirits. day's delay nfter it is in their power to William Waddle, a school teacher If the Interior Journal were to print The surgeon's son died recently and the do so that they do not. All these things of "Somerset, got on a big eproa and whs all the good things Baid of it and its ed- heart is to bo sold with his other effects. must nnd will be done at the very earlirobbed of a lot of money ami his watch. itor by those friends of the press who al- How much do wo hear for thesmall rem- est possible moment. Resolutions of condolence, and syiii-- ' of their low their hearts to get tho better nant of royalty ? pnthy for .tho family of Jay Gould were a column to judgment, we might devote NEWSY NOTES. adopted by th Memphis legislative After trying prohibition for wight it every issue, besides displaying a vaniA beautiful, white rainbow was seen council. He once contributed $10,000' ty that we hope wo are not guilty of. years with more than ordinary snecees, Celi-nduring a yellow fever upedotuic. However, we treasure these good words tho people of Flizabothtown voted Sat- in a perfectly clear sky at night, at O. Joe Goddard, of Australia, knocked and feel grateful, even though wo are urday 1S1 to 1I53 to go back to the liProf. Leo C. Walter n bright young out Peter Mahor, of Ireland, in the thiul aware how mistaken tho dear fellows cense system, which seems to be tho , - .. round nt flu, ("Vinuv Ial.itul A till. iti v Plni. K, ,..,.,.-;,- . ,...! ..,vuin.-- .11m 1 j.ui: s m are. There is nothing directly personal best after all. As long as tho miserable musician, who gave a performauco hero tm n meat cutters, LnrdlCVins "JUitclier Knives ami died nt Hnrrodsburg. a mr aiiu ui;iu uisu ui Ji.ow, 01 nc in the following highly appreciated com- stuff is made, so long will it be sold and onee, CarvinjjJSct.1 , Wc want At Anderson, Ind., littlo Eddie Go'd which $1,000 went to the lost'r pliment from the Glasgow Times, so we drunk, and until the year of jubilee Thk L. & N. otllce at Cincinnati bus PTO1K threw a lighted match into a tar barrel hope there will be no objection to its re- comes, when it Bhall be a capital offense been systematically robbed to the extent production: "It is is not out of placo to to manufacture, sell, transport or handle nnd "hVsup with tho nngels now." Dick Oreals paid too much attention of 145,000. Thrt theft is laid .n the ngaent 8ay that a great deal of the general news it, peojije will' find after a trial that it is Underwood's wife aud was and the cashier, each of whom has been in The Times is from week to week clip- better that its 'sale should be regulated to his friend " always pay stabbed six times through tho heart for high roller atgauibllngund liorda racing! price. Give ns a call. ped from the Stanford. Interior Jour by law. it. and it is still less out of place to fur nal; Havinu beon knocked out fore and aft Fleming8burg democrats havo sent lUiilj- Hurt. ther Bay that it couldn't be clipped from by the people, the republicans are to Richard Crokor, tho Tammany chief, Mrs. Wailo was in onu ropoot a a better paper. The Interior JhijKNAL scheming to get more, of tho offices un- an immense tiger, all wrapped in stars "tormentorsome" woman to livo with, country journal of the is tho model as her husband expressed it. Sho hud der the protecting wing of the civil ser- and stripes. , State." "no vice law, which they havo always held The bill for the protection of fish a.sk imagination," ho said, and "would tho quoerust questions." WE ARK- The four murderers were artistically in tho supremest content. The public was. after being loaded down with Mr. Wado menAt the suppcr-tablworked off at Louisville 1'riday morning, printing office is to b included, with the amendments nnd talked nearly te death, tioned a tragic clreumstuiico that ho about 2,000 republicans may finally killed. had read that duy in the newhpupor. A from the &ame scaffold, and in 15 min- hope-tha- t great lie retained in office. The president is Joseph Ewing is the second person passenger on a transatlantic .steamer utes tbejr souls had entered the mid hereafter and their bodies were ready for thb ringmaster of this business nnd if it to fall dead at llarrodsburg in a week. had fallen overboard in work, he will show that he in the small He wns 70 years of ago nnd semingly in had never been seen again. The usually tragic the tomb. "Was ho drowned?" asked .Mrs. perfect health. was omitted and the men "met est man in these United States. Wade. Attorney General Miller slates in death as calmly and as indifferently as "Oh, no; of coursu not," said Mr. Gov. Brown has appointed Hon. S. B. his report that the treasury is in danger Wade. "Hut ho sprained Ids ankle, if their murderous performances had enFOR- Dishman, a good lawyer and a from Southern claims, which have no believe." titled them to an extra jewel in their democrat, to fill the vacancy on the comjust foundation. crowns. Dennis McCarty killed his wife Willing to C'omproiiilir. mon pleas bench in the Barbourville disDr. Stivers and wife were held each in cold blood, Stephen Hite stabbed Al- trict, "No," said the young woman, "It occasioned by the resignation of in $1,000 andytho little girl they so can never ho! I wish I could huvn bert Baurmauh to death, Lewis Bhot Judge H. Tinsiey, J. whose judicial ca- shamefully abused has brought suit for spared you the pain of this rofusal, but George Dean and Thomas strangled Birreer has been marked with ability, firmlet me say " $70,000 dsunnges. die Coleman. The first two were white ness "Don't suy you will 'always bt a sis- and courtesy. As the office expires Martin G. Burke, another of the men, the last two negroes. All met death by constitutional limitation with the Cronin murderers, died in the State pris- ter to me,' M iss Kurlcigh!" howled the like brutes, the only semblance of hudisappointed man. "Anything but close of the year, Judgo Dishman will on manity exhibited being their aversion to at Joliet, III., of consumption. Ho that!" hardly get tho ermine to sit gracefully on "So, Mr. Wellalong," sho snid, genmade no confession. dying with their boots on, each removhis person before he will have to doff At tho meeting of the Soutli Caroli- tly. "I am hardly old enough for that. ing his foot gear before his hands were it. a niece or something na House a test voto was taken on the "Hut I inightlx-Btrapped. of that kind, you know." Chicago of prohibition. There was n When an editor, whose own name is question Tribune. In an elaporato article on kissing in spelled wrong in hia paper, ha9 no other majority of 28 in its favor. propthe Frankfort Capital, the singular Surr tu (In. A dispatcli from Brussels says that Little Dot Mamma Is going to tuuc osition is made that while kissing is a argument to make than one based on a the Mouetary Conference Committee ad me with her when sh visits Aunt good thing ordinarily, we have entirely very apparent typographical error in ours journed without reaching a decision on Jenny: too much of it in America. Brer. John- we must conclude that he i'b whipped and any of the plans before it. Little Dick She's goin' to take me, son has evidently been wasting his os- 38 we never kick a man when he is The democratic party will be held too. maid, down, we will let the editor of the Loncillatory sweetness on tome old "Did she say soV responsible for ovry day of unjust taxawho had been masticating a bulbous root don Kcho get up and go in peace. What "No." tion continued nfter the date when it "Thou how do know?" of the gcniuB allium, or he could never he doesn't know about finance, or wc t'K5STW"' "' should be abolished. N. Y. World. "She'll never leave me hero with that published on aiticle so completely for that matter, would fill several volhave The leading silversmiths and dealers closet full of jam." Good News. at variance with his saccharine na- umes. and makeisof gold and silverware, cutA (irainiiiiir ture. Impelled by a desire he could not lery, crockery, leather goods, etc, have "I don't need nothing," said Mrs. The hill of Congressman Caruth, to control, Mr. Haas, of Indianapolis, im- combined, their capital being $12,000,-00- Jaysmith, when she opened the door in response to Bhut off tho pension of any man who is printed a kiss on tho rich red lips of ring and found a peddler W II WKARKN MRU. A. W. JAMfcS Green Vauco came home unexpect- there. now or Bhall become a Fe'eral office- Mies Palmer against her will and she "Pardon me, madam." ho replied, holder, will have tho eiiectjif passed of raised about it. Huns was arrested and edly at Knoxville, Tenn., and found Jas. cro vd from trying being tried for the asaault was fined Talbot asleep in his wife's bed. Vance "but I think you do need a grammar. preventing tho greedy I'm sorry I do not t'arry thorn with me. to get tho earth and the entire fulness fa00. A good sum to pay for one little hit him with n ax and he hasn't woke Good morning."- - Harper's Ituxur. thereof. In the event of tho passage of kiss, but worth every cent of it, if the up yet. Our new line of At Club .Mrctlnu'. A Columbus, O., mother aked her tho bill, there will be no more old sol girl be as pretty as tho dispatches would .Tones If Mr. Oldbov makes any such unless their pensions, have a credulous public believe daughter to play "Nearer my Ood to dier assertion I will denounce him us a liur. to be smaller than tho salary attached .......... ... ......... The Montana ladies turned up their Thee." and when . the tune was .. finished ' Prev.tf!irit Mr .lnti. I. trull vnti in . . .. ......W., the place sought for. the mother'B spirit had joined ttio ailent or,ler. Our do not ullow you to little noses and kicked their es tt lo go that far. so high in .the air, because majority. and It is said that Jones Thou leall Mr. Oldboy a liar The prisoners in the Bourbon couu-the judges selected Miss Italian as tho Cleveland is preparing to train H ' permitted by the laws of ty jail overpowered the deputy jailer and s Siftlngs. with Mnldoop to reduce his weight and model for the silver stature that they had attempted to escape, hut were prevented this Coal Hods, Vases, Pokers, fShovds.jKitchen Set?, Zincs, Russr p.nt hiin in butter trim to wrestle with to rouig. The home ladies say that from doing so by Harry Janiee, the son Soiinr tin rraMrm. IronJPipc, ect. The easi- when there is evon better matorial to sethe ubiquitous Deacon Y ayuaok I'cr the. life o me of the jailer. can,t M'e whJ" tho boJ's r,,hh intcr l,,u est and cheapest plan would be to get a lect from among them, it U an insult to Southern passenger A Louisville i city an' leave tho farm. Galling gun to use when exhausted na- go nway over to Ireland after a perfect train and a Kentuc 1... .Midland ungiiiui Deacon Wiseacre Well, I've an Idee. formed woman. ture can stand no more. . and caboose collided at Georgetown and It's because they'ro so tired o' the The Revisory Commission, after cost II. M. McMullen, a brakeman on the ca- blamed thing they don't keer to take it paid to Bugar producers The bounty with 'em. Jury. this year amounts to $10,000,000, for ing the State $12,000 and being but little boose, was killed. A Philadelphia groceryman, whose which there is absolutely no warrant in assistance to legislation, has reluctantly TVnntrd .NUtlonrry. justico. The farmer who finds wheat admitted that lias nothing further to do w!f rucittiMv iircnented him with trin-'- l Queer Party Oot any barometers? .Dealers In. Salesman Nol this is a book store. growing unprofitable is as much entitled and has shut up shop to he recalled by lets, has named them G rover, Cleveland as the sugar-mak- the governor, if necessary, which is not and Prances. He is evidently etuck on Don't keep 'em. to a bounty to mako it, so "Exein! me! but I notice in tlm There must bo no favored class- likely. Over &00 pages were dumped on the Clevelands. Senator Voorhees pronounces ab- weather reports that tho barometer js tho legislature as a final token of its not a democratic government. es under tings. surd the statement that the republicans sometimes stationery," Toxas Sif regretted demise. mAM)IM(M( Jultf! Obnrrtlur will not fight to retain control of the Senator Blackijurn, who will probaNo, thanks, Col. Jojcsou. No pousse Seuate. He says the democrats in the He I believe in the old saying that bly exert little or no influence with the blind." next administration, says he has already cafe for us. You and Euunett Logan, Senate are just as anxious to begin tariff "love is Any new proofs? She appointments un- Laurie Blukuly and such kindred spirits revision as aro thoso in tho House, and 2,000 applications for Ivo noticed that lovers He Yc-eQuccnswarc, Glassware, Tinware, Lamps, Chamber Sets, Dinner der Cleveland, whom he Beeuis to hate can fill up on those fancy mixed drinks. will assume all responsibility, if necessa- never seem to discover it when they are We want them straight or nono at all. Sets. Also agents Jor the Empire Wheat Drill. if necessary. ry, aud begin worse than tho doyil hates holy water. left in the dark. Qneo. a Week. wo get use d cost of the now constitution has been several hundreds of thousands in dollars, a miserable botch of legislation, n black oyo in grent national enterprise and n feeliug of uncertainty as to just how much of the law that we think wc havo is good law. Courier-JournaAnd yet this very pa per deserted us in the thickest of the tight and iguominiouely turned its back to the foe. Tho few of us who kept up the battle know that wo were in tho right nnd the most of us were like Henry Clay rather bo right than president. But the constitution is the funda- mental law and it is useless to say now what you were afraid to say wlion tho question was nn open one. l. I TitK New York Reform Club gavo n banqurt Saturday night in honor of Mr Cleveland, which was attended by over of prominence from all over tho country. Mr. Cleveland 600 democrats to a toast and as usual talkod horse sense. Senator Carlisle, Senator Mills. Hon. Carl Schurz, Congressman W. V. P. Breckinridge nnd othurs also spoke, but from some reason Speaker Crisp was not called upon. Ho loft early, apparently piqued at tho Blight, which, if intended for one, was much outofplnco. It was Baid, however, that Mr. Crisp was not down in tho list of of speakers, which was necessarily limit ed, owing to tho great crowd. (Do You fleed a Nem Gloak? Certainly you do, when you can when you can buy a Full qj Fur-Trimmed Jackets in Blacks and Tan at Only $ at the closed out the lot and what taw price. Just thmli of this.' nave left These garments were worth $9, but An All Wool Black Jersey Jacket $2. Don't put it off till late. thi7i than You Say You Want aNew Overcoat. Alright; talic your from $2. 75 for Men's Overcoat worth from $2 bo a viece more. nrmmsn wv. i,, ?. buy them, other merchants for mill it,7niv,,7,7 J BLANKETS, COMPORTS, UNDERWEAR and SHOES Marlicd down prices that will astonish yon. d THE : LOUISVILLE ' J : STORE. ( FOR SALE OR1 EXCHANGE! a, Heating Stoves, Stove Pipe, Zinc Coal Vases, :,Coal Hods7 Shovels Tongs and Pokers. ! 1 1 w.. ! iri 11 COUNTRY PRODUCE thchlght - McBirN'lTE'S- BBOS. r' o mid-ocea- n, speech-makin- g THE SOLE AGENTS 1 firet-cla- sa THOMPSON'S FITTING mOVE CORSET S. a SIXHDIFf ERENTI :IISTYLES. "" w ! a HJlii VJIilBANOlI! & m$No 0. 11 CALL AND SEE -- oll'ire-holde- .. I toe-Hi- by-la- I Presi-dent-Ele- HEATING 1 fuf' I s STOVES, j i olllce-seekers- . W H. WEAKEN & CO. er. FARRIS & HARDIN, BLAJETOWABKi si STAPLE AND,1 FANCY s; lA .yo' vfl fjfW,rfirtii-ii- f T ntm c ' 4emi-Weekly -a machine-shop InteriorJournal I)Kor.MUEnl.', . Anytiiinu you want In tho jewelry lino at lowest prices. oler. DlAHO.V 1)3, Stanford, Ky., w. o. WAI.TON 1892 We ara closing out our stouk of queenB-wnrand glassware at cost. W. II. Wear-o- .. Danks, tho Jow- - Dunks'. o if you want thorn, " n . i A. A. Wauhkn is opening tho largest LexingOwinu to tho water famino-iand pretllcst lino of Holiday goodn over MEANS BUSINESS. seen in tills market. Cull in and seo ton, 1 will Imvo to express tho laundry Enoiuyinu boautjfully and artistically them. Monday inatoid of Tuesday. All havdone at A. 1L Peuuy'B. . ing laundry wijl send it in before MonBuy your books nnd bcIiooI supplies of Tub (J A 0. put on a train yostenlny nil kinda from A. It. Penny, who aolla that will maku tho run to Tampa, l'la., day noon. J. J. Thompson. thorn nt publifllmr'fl prices. in 22 hours. It will pnss Junction City Sunday and yesterday wore tho coldHavk your watch, clock and jewoiry about 12:80 p. M. est dayB of tho winter, tho mercury rQpairod at A. It. Penny's. All work '2'2 on the fornarrautfd. A iiundlk containing 8 undershirts running down as low hb ItKMKMiiKn thatnll silverware watchco. mer day. "Rain or snow, with warmer rings, Ac., bought at A. It. Penny's wilt was put in my- buggy in Stanford on Nov. 11th. Please call for them and pay weathor Tuesday aftonioon," is tho bo engraved froo of charge. nt tho tho time went to press. NKW ADVKKTISEMKXTO. els, Napkins, Rugs, Fur Rugs, Fur Muffs, Mufflers, Lace Chcncal, for this notico. W. 0. Spratt. PERSONAL POINTS. Table Covers, Lace Hed Sets, Lace Curtains, Handkerchiefs, &c, any It is much easier for tt camel to go Judos M. C. Saci'i.uy will deliver an of which would Mn. Evan Watkhs Is seriously ill. through tho eye of a needle than for W. address on rridsy night, Due. 2!1, at Miss Au.li: Pish, of Crab Orchard, is Hustonville, before thu metnborn of tho H. IHggius to kefp out of tho grocery There came to my farm abut two wctkiagoa visiting Mrs. Dr. J. G. Cnrponti-rbusiness. Ho has bought out Jete 1). and wife, o Chautauqua Circle. Tho public is iuvit Wearen'8 fancy establishment at cost II LACK HORSK, ifl hands high and alut I i Mk. Walteu years old. Owner can Ret him by paying t tot ud. HuatonvMe, wero hero Friday. and cnirnge, invoice to bo taken Janua- this notice and my feed bill. Christmas and do them good. Look at some of our Eoots and Shoes. Miis. Wm. Hoybton, of Garrard, has Wk nro daily recolving u large and ry 1. MIDDLKTON I.YNN, The celebrated 'Armada with inner cork sole at S3, the best Shoe ever Maywood, Ky. on n visit to her parents hure. been linuihome line of Christmni goods and SoMBof the owners of property on made for the price. Our Railroad Shoe at $3. 50 has no equal. Our J. W. Givk.vs goes to Lexington, Miss., you are cordially invited to call in and of horses aud inspect it. We can show you a present Lower Main street are clamoring for T today with a TTMRT7D ' UUtart up next week a Peerless at $1.50 is the best one ever offered at the price. pavements and as tho money to mako LiUlYiDIjrV.SAW MILL on the Somintt mules. to suit anybody. FarriB it Hardin. You will do yourself a great injustice not to come and see us before pike, eight mil( from Stanlord, and will them will como out of tho owners, it 70.000 feet of good Oik and Poplar Lumberhave you spend your money. " Mn. J. H. Ykmikb left Saturday for a for I iiavk returned to Stanford aud of seems as little as tho council can do to ale, I will icll at the moit reswmable rate and visit to Bowling Green, with a viuw to Invito all who want Lumber to elm me a call. HUG-HES- . fer my services to the public. Havu had provide thu necessary lines and order JACOB 1IAKKLIOER, Ottenhesm. locating. a number of years' experience In the car- their laying. Mrs. J. M. IJojiiiabi) returned from Memphis Sunday, much improved, in penter's trado and am fully prepared to A BPKCIAI, term of tho circuit court do any kind of work. J. T. Blanken-ship- . health. was held hero Saturday, when Col. T. f Mn. G. 0. Givknb went over to ParlB The Anderiuti property on Ihe Somerset pike. Hill was elected judge nnd presided with Rood brick homo with four rooms and hall. Good Saturday to Join his wife and remain till his usual ability and dispatch. The trial cltern convenient acd water works alo Lot A coi.oiiki) quintette, composed of AnIN- contalni arret. I'cutcsiior. circn January I, niter tlu holidays. derson Carr, Joe Haiti, Manuel Barrow, ofcomound tho preparation of other i9J. SlXKMORK Slid Magglo MlSSKS OtTAVIA P.M. McROIlKRTS. Charley Higden and Jim Crouch, killed equity suitH of no general interest were Stanford, Ky McCauley aud Mr. II. G. Landram went 132 partridges in n occasion of the .special court. tramp from the Danville Sunday. to Mu Vernon, to Somerset, and brought us In thp county court yesterday A. It. Mus. It J. Lyme, of Nashville, nud a few to prove it. Penny bjuI W. B. Mcltoberts each paid Miss Kato Cook, of Ilustonvsllo, wore I will tell at my farm on the Stanford A Gosien &0 for druggists' license to liquor, Tuc Btorofi are filling up with Christtho guest of their sisters hero. turnpike, miles north-caof Stanford, near by the mas goods, nbout which this paper will J. II. Carter, $7") for merchant's licenso Duddcrar's Mill, on 'laudato of thu entertainment Men's and Hoys' tell you in big type next issue. As we for same, Henry Hester and Sam Sims IUlnbow Club at Miss Ethyl M. Hon Dec. 15, 1892, aro prejmred to nccommoJate everybody f25etudi for distiller's lirenso and Custis Kv's is tho evening of Dec. asth. Nino Milk Cow, all with rait by a JloUtein bull, Tiiomphib (oorisu, Bob Lylen, Bub the usual precaution that all shall not GoverjloOfor hotel' licenso with the i yrarhne Steers, one 3 Steer, privilege of retailing. Mrs. Collins Gen- Heifer with talf, j d Mocker aud Jim Cook baggoil 17.1 Wrda speak at oneo is unnecessary. Helfert, 3 yearline brood and try, guardian of their four children, was Kellers, wcnling Hull Calf, .good Mart) bred For the next 30 days these goods go at reduced prices for cash. u their two daya' hunt in Marian. Dr. G. Gomwkin, the optician, is still granted permission to remove their wrk Marc in loal to ja.k, nice Saddle work anyto rwi iwriow, extra mare Mule, will went to the ciI). G. Cou where, 8 year, old, i buggy Him, safe anywhere. here, having been couqwlled to remain property to Tennessee. V. E. yearling Mult.i wranliuc Mulf Colt, 7.) head exties Saturday for another supply of goods on account of the i . tra Sheep, will be ald in three lot: tier fusing dumaud for All hit nearly cleaned out nhelves. to Hive hw Wag. Fkokk to Dkatii. Sundty the body en. Old choice st.ickt ol Hay, new Walter A Wood his optical goods. He will be hero for Hiekorv .pipe axle, .Mrs. Johx Jk.vkimi, of Home, On., and days and can be seen at the Cof of a youth about CO years of age was Mower, good IU) Frun.c. 2 Straw Slack, Corn several her brother, Mr. II. B. Bilbro. of St. fey HotiH'j. On and see him aud have found under a bridge near Corbiu, which and Fodder, utaek of Oats, 1 GibW Imperial Turning I'kiwi .Sou, two Double hhover Mrs. DrwSteelo BaW Louii, are gueuj of two " upon examination proved to be that of Plow,(Jeara and Log Kettles, Wajjou llamp-- , your uvea examined. Plow Chains and other littlo j ley W. B. Polity, of Typographical L'niott No. tricks. Terr,s: All ums under $10 cash; evtT that Mn. H. H. TiiiRMAN has been gaMitly K.or H. Attk.ntio.v. Friday evening, :i, Cincinnati. A telegram in his pock- amount credit of six months with cunt intertroubled with Brighl's dimHiso and at tin Dl'c. 10, will be a regular meeting. An et from Mr. L. D. Sampson showed that est on Husotlable notos, payable 6 pvrtrie Karmera in llarik A: T'rutt Co of Sunfanl. advice of his physicians will move to election of ofllcers for tiie onsulng year ho was on bin wav to work in the office A..T. TKAYLOK, Adair county for awhile. Gilberts Crirek.Ky. will ho held nnd much important busi- of tho Barbourvil'e Herald. It is sup&. TTEAFw. Mil J. II. Dirrittcii, tho burfnoiw-likness attended to. Every member ia re- posed that he was walking and being LMSTIIAN TtVOC NTS A WEr K. and Htato agent for Chamlwrlaiu's inedi-- i quested to bo present. By order of the subject to tits, as was afterwards learned, ERICHT&FOX' of Des Moines, is hero on business Dictator. A. A. Warren, Pep. No. 1!. mes, he fell from the bridgu nnd froze to tonnocted with his establishment. : SALE, A good newspaper is wanted in every home, and the fact that the f death. A swkkt kacki) little girl arrived Sun. Mists Mattik Boslkv, of Stanford, K AT Ii.VNMLLI m, WEEKLY GAZETTE has been published every week for Hundred , Eugene Pulliam and Uwlo DelVauw, of day to further bless tho union of Mr. i A LAimncrowd of people was in town Years, and has been paper homes, 18 Shelby City, "ro expected SuttirJny to and Mrs. E. O. Walton, who has been' yesterday, must of them with. nothing to 19, 1893. evidence enongh thata itfavoritethat has in many thousands of for it .is is all ever been claimed tunned I.ucy Lee, the former .for the do but stand around and shiver. It is the Mrs. II. M. Ihllou. Uword-Homvisit 9i' Oulo 3 per rem. tutrancQ Send for Sj mother's dead mother and the latter for s(ngular indeed tons what fond attach- blanks. ntriM close Dec au, 1892. charged. entry best weekly paper published in the Central States. Mcad. Mrs. A. I'siiKiiwoon, of Bowlaud, the father's sister. It weighs S pounds ment hangs iiround a cpuntycouft to the of $his gapsr is $1.00 a gear. pi? spont a few days recently with her moth anil will maku a distinguished vocalist, average visitor. They will bravo winds, GO fO er, Mrs. It. E. Mitchell. Master Joe Jell" if present power of Iuiiim be indicative rains, snows and Borean blasts for tho It is worth a great deal more. Send for Sample copy and see for : privilege of attending, but if they like Martin accompanied her. Itiehmond of it. yourself. Register. The L it N. otlicialsnre having a great that sort of thing, wo hopo they will get JUNCTION CITY, KY INDUCEMENTS who, in addition to deal of fun changing the schedule on all of that sort of thing they wun.t We, AGENTS. Diu Ei XMAS GOODS. a largo practice of his profession, bos iib this division. Another went into effect miud you, aie making no objection to as The much law hnstncex as tho averago law Sunday, but the change in thu passen- many coming to see us court day, or any dies, Inrjou Mock In town All sorts of fine CanTire Works, &i und set so pound, Thk Dam y Commercial Gazetti-- stands unrivaled as a newspaper. Saturday settling up some ger trains is Blight. Thu yer, was here other day they choose. Sugar for si. Reijwcttully, Its popularity extends from ocean to ocean. The freshest and most W. I. RICIIAKHSON. n things in that lint. now passes at 12: 10 i. t. aud thu reliable news is given every day in the year from all quarters of the Dikd in! thu Asylum. Newell B. ElMkmiiis. W. Ij. BiniiKLL, master comm. nt ii i. Thu at T. f. Cl AKKt. globe. more, who began tcTlose his mind about r sTKAUB, JK. missioner of Boone, and J. L. Lswiing, night paseea at 11.50 aud tho d years ago, but who was kept by Address, attorney, were hero yesterday to soil a at ":'2: a. m. The local freights three his brother, M. DJElmore, until no hope to Misses Emma and pass at 7:10 a. m. and o.'.V) i. m. farm belonging COMMERCIAL GAZETTE CO., . of his recovery was entertained, died in ..PkACritAL... IVarl Moore, former pupils of tho I'UULISHKKS, SlIIITIXU T1IK BoOTTOTIIKOrilRR LkI. tho Lexington Asylum, Thursday night, Plumbers here, from Boono county. and St'eam Fitters. When tho purchasers of Yellow Creek and was buried lero Saturday afternoon. Mrs. PokikT. Corr.T3 and sons loula CINCINNATI. O. Dealers in all klndi of Iron and llrat lioodi for aud Earl, went to Grecmburg yesterday, mud at Mlddlosboro bought lots nt fabu- His lunacy was of a very peculiar nature steam and water Sanitary Goods of all kinds. All work guaranteed usnilut defective material and to attend the golden wedding of Mr. nnd lous prices per front foot, thu town com- aud his death was caused simply by the wisrkmanship 57 Mrs. John Toomey, Mrs. Courts' par- pany inadtt various aud sundry promises wearing ut of his vitality. He is the afents. Hardly one couple, in 10.000 live of what it was goiug to do. Some S00 or second of tho Elmore brothers to die 1)00 of these purchasers havu been sued ter becoming mentally deranged, Mat to enjoy so Interesting an event. Mil. It. E. HiMJiiKsand hie lovely brido for the dual payments and a number of Elmoru having died at Anchorage a few I am receiving one of the moit line uf J yearsago Mll.l.I.lN'KRY ever handled in Stanford. .cien returned from their bridal tour to New them met and decided to employ con til with an csrecial tlew to the wantjef this aiul (iht the company. They will Orleans and other Southern cities, Fri trade. Miss Nora Welch, of Clnriiinati. an expeTheJ Bright homestead of 150 acres, rienced trimmer, Is with me ttiU season und I looking vary happy and contented. not only t up the claim that they day, guarantee everything to bo In the latest andrao-s- t he ladles are invited to call Wo trust no storms will evei annoy, tho should not pay tho deferred notes, but on the I'anvilio uike, wa's Bold by tho approved fashion will tile a cro? petition asking for dam- master commissioner to W.M. Bright, at and examine my good, whl h I wilt take pleassmooth currout of their domestic joy. ure in lwiwtnjj, I M M1JS MIX IK IlKAM $55 JO. Mr. A. A. Lkwis, thu bright and clev-- i ages. W. L. Biddelll master commissioner KepuMican, is r editor of the Somerset GoiNti to Dorm.K Up. Beginning . here en routo to Silver Creek, whero he next Friday the Intkkior Juuknai. will of Boone, hold 100 acres of 'land near has been asked by Collector Bnrnam to be issued double its present size to the Kingsvillf yosteiday for the Misses Call and secure Uargains. asslht in gauulng fi.OOO barrels of whisky, end of the year aud as long as the call Moore to J. It. Clittterbuck for i'')0. A Chicago liipl'or dealer says that POST-OFFIC- E which is to be taken out of bond by on our advertising columns continues. many membors of I Congress are .stock purchasers. The name ot every enterprising merMr. J. C. BitVAST.'tho l.exirgton drug- chant in town and country will appear holders in the hchl'ine to. increase tlu gist and one of tho most popular men iir in next issue, but no matter how much tax on whisky which" would, boom tho Central Kentucky, will bo n onndidatu space they may take to recount tho hug price way out of sight. The llh of March, ISM, when Gro- for T. S. marshal under Cleveland. Mr. of their wares and the cheapness thereof (he hails he inaugurated ns Articles to Suit the Most Fastidiver Cleveland w Bryant Is as brave as a Hon we are not going to, curiail the usual ous. A complete line of of the I lifted Sfates, comes on nervy men, President from that county .tof space devoted to reading matter, even if n Saturday. It U "1 it came ou a Sun- is as courteous as Chesterfield. and we have to tasuu a quadruple sheet, lay and Hayes wnfe inaugurated 011 Mon He would mako a moat admirable mar- whfch we can do on n day's notice. day. shal and his appointment would gratify t -1- ). C rerlitiue writes fiom Harrods Mary km). Ed Brown and a legion of friends, while striking terror ho hone it Fridav of John S Woodford who were arreted for breaking in- lmrj! that to the hearts of to and lobbing Karris & Hardin's store, Hohiiisou to wear liiiK mules, choii'o out Sun. waived an examination and woro held to of 4 1, at ?! I. and nnxt choice at $M; CITY AND VICINITY. tho circuit court in i'MQ to fl'00 bail res- nlso ti ehnii-- out d f U, of C. O. Wheeler, each. Ii e shiived 15 muled to pectively, which, of course, they could at Sue .humor's Xmas goods. not give. Marshal Newland has nil Tennemei Saturd ly, The following in the latest complex- l'ou Best. -- House of four rooms and along suspected that Brown was tho thief, Whitley avenue. C. 0. With- who was doing nearly all the stealing ion of the Semite aa telegraphed from ballon around town, aud since his incarceration Washington: Sejiator Kyle, populist, ers. enough btolen articles in has already annorWed that ho will here Complicated Watch Repairs and Wk are closing out what cloaks we ho has found Artistic Engraving a Specialty. after vote with the democrats on impor avo at greatly reduced prices. Come hlB house to put him in thu pen for a r demo All goods sold cnsraed tree of charge. number of years. A basket of clothing tant ouefltioiiB. The nnd ace. Sevoraneo & Son. was Becurcd, from which Mis. Lou cratic anil ropuhlican senators number HTYourp.itronagc respectfully solicited. Wk have reduced a line of all wool Slmiiks identified i'2Q worth as belonging US on each side. Hut -' of the uowly dress goods to 40 cents for Christmas. to her, G. L. Penny tablo cloth and elected republican senatoracan beseatetl Como mid see them. J. S. Hughes. numerous other articles of more or less without n contest, while tho nBwly-clec- t a value. IM is a lazy coon, who never did ed democrats number 13. This makes Fob Uknt House and 5 acres of a full day'B work in his life, but he seems 10 democrats to 10 republicans. Mr. DISSOLUTION NOTICE. pasture, 3 acres of splendid tobacco land. to have been putting iu his nights pretty Kyle's vote will give the democrats VJ, 5LW30 largo garden, variety of fruit. II. Helm. profitably of late. It is well that he will and with Poller the republicans will ' ' HaMiii; dissolved partnership, we ure cryde. of salt, lime have to hang up his socks In jail this have only 41. Thus the democrats, with J08T roceivtd siruus at icttlin? our old butinew, and all custom-bo asSi V. il. Wcaren will find indebted to H. K. nnd cement; also full lino of Columbian Christmas, at least, and bad that tho Mr. Stevenson in the chair, will accounts, with W, II. Wearett Ai Co., at.tho J. K. VanAra- - court can't fill them with sentences to sured of a fair tribunal to decide the live their place of humvss. I'ieano call and nettle. tame cook stove repairs. II. K.&W.H. WEAKEN. ' 7l contested cases. the penitentiary. dalo. n m bus. MonaRor it Co. II. Hei.v, Ec , has rented bis two pretty cottages, both to preachers. One to ltev. W. K. Ellis, the other to Itev. Julian, thu Baptist evangelist for tho county. . - pro-dicti- Tho round honsfl nnd of the Denver and Itio Graudo railroad at Salida, Col., wero destroyed by fire. IB " Rl VM HH Loss Insurnnco unknown. Tommy Warren, tho featherweight champian pugilist, was convicted of While our friends are in want and while wc have so many useful.'and murder, and sentenced to six years in ornamental articles for Christmas. Where there is smoke there is a tho penitentiary. I lo killed n negro porter at Waco, Tex., in a saloon while he fire and where everybody goes to buy goods you arc sure to get good, was trying to get a shot nt another man. cheap, reliable stuff and polite attention. Chief JusticoTurney, governor-eloc- t ol Tennessee, will not resign his present office, nud will appoint his own successIf not, come to our Gents and I3oys' Clothing Room or to our Laor after hi inauguration. Gov, Buchan dies' Cloak Counters. Our load of these goods is too heavy and we an is Svtid to be vexed in the want of confidence in himself, and wishes to make are determined to have help carrying it. Wcare going to close them What would be nicer for a Christmas present than an appointment now to fill n vacancy regardless of cost. a beautiful Fur Trimmed Cloak or a nice Overcoat and a Suit of does not exist. that Clothes? In addition, wc have a splendid line of Table Cloths, Tow- WE CAN JOT kPPP 3 ? & SILENT, AEE Y0TJ FIXED F0t WINTER ESTB,A"E . Gwi-.knin- o Make Your Friends Happy J. S. in 8J-- 4' car-loa- d "I 8j-i- m FOE. HE1TT. Bargains Bargains, to Sf-- tf two-day- s' 3PUB3CXC r SiSXK ILABIMIS9 41 ft st CLOAKS 9 t,"tas PERKINS, Crab Orchard. n -- Thursday, ; 1 year-ol- d vMr-ol- 1 1 Oktx" c?c $l.QO I lai-(iutk- r 1 1 k1 1 11 fd The Cincinnati Weekly Gazette. -- ! o ., C0AIBINATI0N , January and o- gnd w. T. Bioh.ardsoii. , lirami-late- . Au-oits- , FOR GREAT OFFERED d : north-boun- d south-poun- d h'-'- south-boun- d north-Ixmii- STRi5LXJB& CO., Col-leg- o THE TO THE LADIES. eh-ga- W.B.kcRDBBRT2, nDHTjaCIST, el 1 . Drugs, Toilet Articles, School Books and Stanford BEAE OF BOOM. New-Yor- DANKI THE JEWELER, 11 Unr-mr- CLOTHING, OVERCOATS - 1 1 Mar-shal- l, Watches, Clocks evil-doer- e Jewelry And SILVERWARE. . "' hold-ove- 1- 11 HATS, Gents Furnishing Goods THtTTKS "STAKiXSIiS. r 11 car-loa- d M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. .l;n 5;yw tt) f4.,.M :.ue ,M - i ii jWiU M HBPPPH Drtritr. was tolling' tip n htcep ascent. Suthlonly tho drirur got down, and,- while tho horses wore straining every nerve, ho noisily opened tho conoh door and slammed it to again. "What is that for'." inquired one of tho travelers, impatiently. plains. "Sir, tho road is very stoop and I 11111 Give warnings, like Rhosts, ns wo ttUTCl. doing it for the sake of my boasts." i Lanlt horses, by work and abuse broken down. "How is that?" Gaze at us from road side and stable, 'Why, you sec, every time I open the Young men reaehlng wistfully out toward the door and shut it a pa in thoy fanoy some town. one has got out." Annalos PoIStiquos Or seeking Its portals when able. Thc pathway of life may bo narrow and steep; But the ro.d throuch the country U .str eper. Tho pitfalls and snares that beset us are deep; But the mud that surrounds us Is deeper. There are fence rails for bridges and mud holsi for drains, And hard heads and bowlders for grayd; And broken down bucgles, on hillside and A Tentler-llenrteil Hipip.a. mj spp ,....... U VJL Semi-Weekly Interior Jourm: Tuesday nnd Friday AT - THE COUNTRY ROAD. A stapc-coao- h SW A. S. PRICE, SURGEON DENTIST. Store, Mala Stanford. Tor Sale I Iffice over Severance & Son" PHbliBbod Kvory - itrett, Twenty liulldliiK Lots In the corporate limits of Rowland. !. J. UAUST.lRowi.nd. FARM FOR SAI.I2. I will wll privately my FVirmnl fo Acres on th e Danville A Stanford pike, lhre tulle Ireui Stan ferd. Itl well Impuived, with dellln(r of five all nam, new barn ami Call nreary ouiiwiiumct, on we eu tho prcmle fm tprlntr. uU h me at Stanferd, Kv. oraoMrtM KUOENK KELLKY SC PIC It YKAU1N- iVDVANCK. 111 jVln nt "r paid 2.60 be charged."S 3 -- JOOTflMDSo Dealer In Farm For Sale. I will sell i.rltely my Farm of 41 Acitw, 1 mile from Crab Orclinid, on the Manfonl pike Itl pod Uml and well Improved ( withfoenl dwelling, all on me on the barn, vineyard, water, Ai premise or iddio me at Crl Orchard ,, Foreign and Domestic Fruits, ConfeeltoNcrlM.Ac. Oysters and Colery always en hand and served at aft hours. Ilai with him a firt class baker ami mn lurmsh lira). Cake and the like on short uetlte. S; THE I RILEY F. D. UILBY,' HOUSE Kentucky. ojtf JOHN Dl. NAltDI. Proprlotor, B fROYALMl'MJ W I I I v Brr - ti"i Doctah, dcohile dun gone Ker the painless extraction of leeth ami other swallur 'r pint ol ink. have tested its virtue aulTicirnt .ninor aurcery. R. C. MOItGAN, lytoknow-- . jj 0 ,S.B There's little enjoyment In llfo scattered Doctor Hub yo' dun ennydlng fo' do 'round, relief ob Mm? And little of II irhest ot In roads wheroprofit or pleasure, Mrs. Selby lVe dun made 'in at free A Croam of Te.rter Haling Powder, tho bottom can scarcely b Latest United State leavening strength in sheet ob blottin' paper, doctah. Was y iuuuu Government Fuod Ueport. With less than a t measure. dat rito? Brooklyn Life. ROYAL "AK1NG POWDERCO., 106 Wall street, New orlc. Let us seek some reform then, at once, e'er AlGood, ComfortablelRusidence, A Mortal Intuit. wo loso "What did Waite say that mortally On Danville street. Goedardcn, cow paitare, All trace of our roads from our annals: K. Z. LOCAL TIME CARD. And make surface roads that tho public, caa offended Miss Fithave?" sard, water, Ac. Apply to UK ItL'f.H REID, use, "Why, just after her fruitless vWl to Train iuvm Uowiand at 7:00 a. m., returning or MRS 11ETT1E IV AI.KtiRD. Orelso take tho underground channels. Europe lie had tho temerity to allude to 'it s:iep. in. Wilder Grahame, in Good Iloadn. her as a peerless creature." Life. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. 1S01 1871 1 POWDER Absolutely Pure I world, By a flimsy but tanrlble curtain: Society's pleasures away from him hurled The roaiis aro "so very uncertain." A .IiKlRf of mint Nature. Mr. Konuld 1 am sure that j'otir niece. who mukus her debut next week, must be a very lovely girl, Mrs. Dowager She cortahily is; but, What Joy for tho youtb, as his longings expand, as you have never seen her, how came In a life so restricted and narrow; you to know it? Ills prospect, 'mid all opportunities grand, Mr. Konuld I hoard Mies Fading, Uut to follow the plow and the harrow. who is in her fourth seaMn, soy that Half banished front hope, and shut out ot the sho was a perfect fright. Judge. 1 1 inp. W nero once happy children rejoiced, as they played Hide and seek, where the floJd corn was rrow. Deserted farm houses; tho fences decayed, And the breezes throush weed patohes blow, et Llttcralres. Go to Earp's Art Gallery lie Iteepj up And will Live you iutlfacttnn. A J KARf.Manford. ty London, - ; 11 1TOTIOEJ. AH To have )our photograph taken, with all the Phillips Kebrua-ry- , which will preeot them to we before Deeem bcr 5th, liyt, properly proTen. M. C. SAUKI.KY. So- -t i, havlntr etalms ajpilnst J. M. pob creattnl Wrfure the d day ef ere Latest IitiprovciuetitSt 9 have moved to my new Hotel and tm bettit prepared than ever to accommodate the public uoed Livery attachml and every convenience dented. Give me a call. FRANK RH.KY. r; cd Notice to tho Traveling; Public. I i have had.. .. Trustee J. M.l'hlirip. An Vtiprniirlnto Mrs. Selby Itemed,)-- . EXDEnSTTO. . 73 seven-foo- Multrain going North... , Kuircss train" .1 ".. Local Freight North....... South South., ,tl ...ujpm 11 0pL3 l'uur l'crt Deep. Many wire fouces have tall and large The corner posts with braces reaching to The above it calculated on standard time. Solar their tops. When tho wire of such a me is about 10 minute faster. i fence is drawn taut, the tall corner post will be lifted up on its steep braces. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. This lifting process is sometimes agAC. Special i:5San ; p.Fast gravated by a wire stretched from the ra.; MaHiaisVp m.: New Orleans LlmiteU 3:30 bottom of tho corner post to the top of Special S.40P m. tho nearest fence post. To keep such Special 3:06 a. At a post in tho ground it is often made of Snecial6:oo a. m. Uincinnau umc j a heavy log, or it is weighted down P m.; last Mail i33 P. rocks which frighten young horses. Sometimes a stout cable of FOR SALE. LAND twisted wire is guyed from the top of of Stanford, Forty Acres of Land, 4 miles South orchard, twu the corner post to a stake driven into half clearod. balance in timber, good the roadbed, just where the highway never filing sprs bJ c',heROBERTa. South. train also carry paenger. latter ...4 !. ,,.310 am j6pm BRACING FENCE POSTS. Tun Corner l'ost Should Ue Planted at Z.east IIISTOIIY lllirilATS ITS1U.K. Orchard, Lawn, Garden. lmmmse Steele ef Kmlt ami Ornamental frees, Ptice malt Prints. Shrubs. Vines and I'liilt low. We have na agents and our profit coase where tkntrs bexla. Uenvral aud Strawberry Cat. ahscue oh application to 7 w. H. I . HILLKNMKYKK, l.eaiustiHt, Ky. 45pm furniihed At Rowland repainted have in connection with Hotel one of the best Uon In the Slate, open day and night; anight man meet all train. In connection wuh llouw have also one ol llie twt Mineral well in Ih MaU and for reference to water, call on Mr and Mrs n. W, I'atnck, Louisville, Mr aud Mr Kloyd m' Kiln, Tenn . A A. Warren, Stanford, I)r T) E. Proctor, C II. llraum.Mr and Mr T. W invited to the fac Attention of the public Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mr 1', II. Johnion, that thi I the only National Hank in Stanford New Haven, lint Cox. Orccntiure Rale J pet Under the provisions of the National Hank Act depotitar are if cured not only by the capital day J. M. i'etrey, clerk W Uive me a all Prop I. CAKiiIEK, Viy bv the ttockholden liability lor an ttock, but amount euual to the HiKk. so that deiMMiter of thi Initltution are icctired by a fund of $400,000. Five sworn utpments oftheeondilion of the bank are tuade each yeario the United State covern-tneand ltatset are eaamlncdat stated limn I will dettvvir Ice ctery morning to famillei y government acenU, thua HKimii a.ldituona nif perfect fty to depoilieis, Stanford and vicinity at 50 cents wr I011 pound, Thi inttitution, oriKinally cttablithed a th furwitoiuo round at the rate of o eenlt , and Deposit Hank of Stanford in 183S, then under 5i pound at I lie rate (if ; cent I call special ired a the National Dank el Stanford In i$6 and atlrniMti t the John Prenner the Firtt National Hank ol lrwinc Cv.'s Celebrated I. X. L. ficer. for whif k icain Stantord in iSj, ha had practically an uninter- I am afeni. Will f jrnkh In elthc kcir or bolt , rupted cuttencrof t year. It I ferttcr supplied W nt e lor price. oow with facilities for trantactitiKbHinetprempt K. RRKMUR. Stanford, Ky Utf (y and liberally than evt-- r before in It lotij and e, honorable career Account of corporations, firm and Inditidualt reipcctfutly solio-te- d. John II. CaUemaa. A C Lanham The Directory ol thi Hank it competed ol T.J. KfMter, of Stanford; FortM Kf-i- Lincoln county; OK FIRST NATIONAL BANK THE SIISSLTON HOUSE and and nicely STANFORD, KY. Capital Stock Surplus S200.000 20,000 In-lt- c, 1 ul XC3S AKTD B3S3SR. 111 fitlit-curi- Seutu-feound-- DR W. B. PENNY J. WMIiysw, Sunlerd ; S.ll. Haujchman, Lincoln; ROYAL OF XZVEUS'OOI. MANAC.KRS, Blue-Gr- Dentist. Office South tide Main meet, in office recently racated by Dr. L. K. llutlnian, Stanford, Ky. , :u North-lHiund-- 1 M.'J- - MlHer, Ml. Vernon; S. T. llarri. LIbmIb; J. S. Meeker Stanbidc G. A. Lackey, Llnttnt Insurance Company, BARBEK&OASTLEMAN Oommerco Building-- , Loulsv! Agent Ihtovhout the South. V 03-hu- T. P. Ilill.Sunford. W. O. Welch, Stanford; OKFICKKS: Bargain in Lincoln CountyFarm loattMl. Apply to pridCtaBdipll K. VARNON Stanfoid. W. 7, If told liefore the Ml of January 151 W.I'. Tate, Stanliml. Acrei; rich, Ky I.S. tlttcker, frctldent; Jt4io J. McRoberU. Cashier; A. A. Mc Kinney, Attittant Cathlcr. Ho Falls.. Branch Jellico Coal Co Miner and thipper of the GENUINE Mary, who owmM thr little lamb, Ii married now, you know. Her llrst born son Is ten years old. And he to school does so. NEW BUTCHER SHOP. Farmers Bank&Trnst Co. I Lancaster Original Jellico Coal Raw land. Ollke road crossing 6 Tr y it. We are the foie agcnis lor - ".. tirnfr ot Depot meet d FwA ciauiu.u and 'atrsrl ,..,. rail- I 1UGG1NS & WATTS. no. 1. rvggggi K4J J " FENCK I'OST. x J a wrong strrrnoDs ok iiracino He eft etcltes the teacher' Ire lly fracturing the rule. Then, as or old, the children laugh. To nee the "lam" at nobool. Detroit Kr Press. I will sell at the marthat can be ket price. I have a tine, new, large refrigerator I fcep firsh and nicf and wean will aU-.it I.IAN VKST r : BEST TH:b ebiaincd, which - hflvejuit ko1 a firt.clai ltiilcher Simp on treet. where 1 lll kwpat all ilmt It ok now fully stankor.:ky., for arganued and ready - buiiacs with W. A. TRIBSLE, Local Aycat, : IMTE-A-T- Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - $200,000. - ' 19,000. 1 - Stanford, - ky. JKD---7: - - fault. Mr. llinks (whose invalid'wife insists should be widest. These wron methOI,a!l klod, ods of bracing a fence post are shown on boarding) Look hero, now. Thc in Fig. 1. Tho proper way to brace Medical Record says nothing will im- Made and Set Up in All Parts of ROWLAND, KY a fenco post is shown in 'J, from prove u woman's health like sweeping, HARDWARE, IN GROCERIES, DEALER the Country. and Tobacco. Ohlu a sketch sent us by J. Whildcn, of baking, lSvMt anil Shot'. Ulfiars anil Nd Agent employed Will take couii- The corner posts should be polishing the .liver. UlverSalt for sale by the barrel. at market price. Kansas. ry produce In exchange for goods Itrodhead Mrs. llinks Huh! You know very planted at least four feet deep, and, if SON, W. ADAMS Sc Lexington, Ky. I km alio aent lor the old reliable No. 41 Itroadway, possible, tho lower end should be well you never got me any silver to and will keep a full line of these puoda tock,und:ill I ask 01 inc uiercnaui. u. and I will larger. If round and of hard wood it polish So wonder I'm sick. X. V. Rowland U Hi give me their order put the foods in their house at tactory price. need not be larger than the hole bored Weekly. ThanLins the public for liberal patronage, ask a by an ordinary post augur. As the Wautril to ttevlur thr .solar MU,.ni. cutinooncc of same, and "main H-your obsdlent lower end should not be the smaller, it H'1-1During the last total eclipse of the tervant. should not be pointed or driven in. If sun a boy was selling smoked glasses of the same size throufhoiit. tlm lmvir at a penny apiece. ' end may bo scolloped, as shown in Fig. & BQWELL, "You ought to make money." Mtid the RUSTLE Alt 111 j". hi. HiiLTonsr MONUMENTS bed-makin- dish-washin- g 1o-ha- co 111 to-4- ""-and 1 SUCCESSOR loTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL UANK OK STANr'ORD. Nowclaui up! with tne itmc attet and uoaei mr lame iiiii.,vtuvti. lly protitioni of it chatter, depotitnr are aj fully protected a am depositors in NaUonal Hank, it shaichoMcr btmc held individually liable to the extent 61 thc amount of their stock therein at the par value thcreol, lu addition to the amount invetted in such shaiet. It msy actas eaecutor, adtnlnittrator, truttrc, At., a fully a to individual to ut To thote who catruttedthrir butilne while mnaglng tht Lincoln National Hank ol Stanford, we w heic tender our majv thanks and truit they will continue to transact their butinee with ui, ollerlnc at a guarantee far prompt attention to ame, our twenty year' experience in banking and at liberal aceouimodatient at are with lound banking. coo-ute- ut - nik 5TANr-- Water,LightandlceCo. Ha contracted with iepmiMe Arm Inr It ; tinu and will have the Ice and l!ls:trc rtantt t.mp.-le- I in about ils'.ydavt, the Water llant toonaf, tcr In order to place Individual contract In ad. vance for Water and KleetrU UK"t, thc Cftmpiav otTrrt the following Neccitary water pipe will e laid, connected to malnt at actual cct tor pine ami wuik r.iectric wiret put la and neccitary futures nuhed free ol charirr To he of bel quality and gwaranltcd to git saliifaction. The schedule of adopted rates is I n ) to it per cent, lower than is uitially given k-ir S7-t- - 0' J.J. William, J. DlMactoKS. Ml. Vernon; J. M. Hall, Stanford; Schedule of Yearly Water Rates 3 room, one faucet Kach additional room Kacb addttlanal faucet ... . a Hanks Stor, private, and IMvate Oftc., , Uucet one IsuceL Itathi, Hose attachment lor ptlnkler Staklet, private, one animal ...... Kach aoditional animal. DwelliOK of J5 STANFORD. KY:, House, Sign, Decorative Painter f !? 'i n and Paper Hanger - "pi "Y -- - - T.. 1 Country work solicited. m Estimates furnished. j- -- zzpr J " purchaser. "Yes," said the young merchant; "ours would be a good business if the dull season were not so long." Bot:i Globe. Mnilliir l.lnr. "Mr. llitwlfy." wild Cynlcns to S.Ovey, Stanford; M. IJRUCK. j.H.YEAGER BRUCE & YEAGER, 1IVBT, 7BD AHD SALS STABLE, KY. . t'ouik' editor, "you ought to know my friend Marker. Vou are both working in similar lines." 'Harker? Murker? Who is he?" usked FIG. 2. A PROI'EIir.T BRACED FKNCR I'OST. !. 'Tl.r. nr,wt. r.Mm.n.1 4.ni; .w..4 2. 4l.nM in the (VjfTWL, e , 00 S. J. Kmbry, Stanford ; , j 00 J, tt. Lynn, Stanlord ; , 50a A, W. Carpenter, Milltdg tvillt; J. F. Caib, Stanford; iw William Gooch, Stanlord, Ky. S II. Shsnht, i'retideot. J II, Owsley, Cashier. for commercial ue: W. M. Ililght, Teller One aic and three c p. incandoccnt lamp ifo i rur ..) cjiu itikianuv-tccn- i ugnt, per mo, , , jin 34 in Electric Light Rates. 1 y I f. ' t. If , STANFORD. tpectfuliy a JJitwley. "Ho is t . i rtt Ant uuiiu utuuuu iiuat iiiui nt Mron.v A thc manager of the cemetery Hill." Truth. Tuiiorl,il JesseTliompsonXIBarber gShop, VYX ne thie- of the het llarber in the State. There are alto encelUnt Hath Room run in Agent lor I campion Slwm I.undr. Kr I or ! 1 - public. NEW RIGS AND HORSES tlmiahOKlil n h..i-- d and nothinc but tirst-cla- n turnout 37 "I leuv tho stable, Give tlicm 3IYERS XX U a Call. Ju HOtSE wN-kHOw- Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, fc f Hlvt Orttt j I1UK OU lilllnlt UIU1U 4l.ni ill tk IJII4UII t.mf.'h llltlW aw VWUM need prevent their being used. 12. C rtu vnw'y the irpii4 Powell. RIGS OF AUL. KINDS. 3 The orchard mjist not be robbed by crops of grass unlosi manure or fer- l'eronal and prompt attention givento WeddinK. tilizers are applied. When trues are J'artiami Iturlalo P. V. OREKN, Proprietor. making rapid growth and bear crops AL. BURNS, Mauager. annually, it is as much a drain on the soil as when it is producing some other crop. Cattlk should be put on n partial course of dry food before winter, in order to gradually accustom them to STANFORD, KY , tho change from pasture. It is well known that when cows aro suddenly removed from thc fields to the barn there will be a shrinkage in tho milk raTlii IlateJ, renovated and refurnithed,so anow yield. to in iiiv charce and intend to conduct it to adu A cor.T, calf or pig grows more rapbut not cjbIv maintain its high repuUtion, aeeommoda-tion'- s friend. bpM.al. el idly when very young than at any W It lane and tine roouit.for for commercial traveler other period, and the gam in size can thedUploy offcamples. be secured at less cost at tho early age. Saloon For that reason all young stock should A First-Clas- s bo pushed in growth, not only during And HILLIARUand POOL ROOMS attached. JOSKI'H COKKKY. fall but through the winter also. A farmer will get up at 4 o'clock, clean out the stalls, feed, milk, ship his milk dally (and Sunday, too), make up the beds, and milk and feed again, with a bare profit, if he has a dairy Highest cash market price paid herd, but it is hard work to even clean out a poultry house once a week. for In England the rule is to nllow four cubic feet of uir space for each 100 pounds weight of an unhnaL Allowing air according tq the weight, &c, at however, is not a correct system, but it Is a rule that is better than none, as :M. F. & CO., animals are usually more crowded than should be the case. STANIORD.KY iyr 1MT.1 This is Saturday, and . mamma aud pupa areg!ng to the P. W. GREEN, Prop. I'm awfully glad. Little Dot Why is you? FRESH FARM NOTES. TW.bl..Mc7,.rT .onneetlen ..... the Little Dk-' uuse hho can't uu-been auppM with Myer, llou- -. 1110 j conJJy jiUo an' she'll get up mi lat- t.. Steel shoes can be morrow morning bhr'll here to let A Vlnw T.rtt of Horses. Carriages, too heavy shoes. ,nadtJ UBhtcr, w ill wear longor and tho dirty or mls churi'ii. Good New s. BuffffieS. WaffOnS. " . 1C f th-nter to-nigU 33JCVJTJ5 M.XXJitoii. in an aupur nolo tne eartn may be tamped by pouring water around the post, and slowly dropping in line stibsoil, which dissolves and settles tintll the ground line is reached. Do not brace or strctcli tho wire until the water is absorbed. As the strain of tho wire is horizontal the braces should be as nearly horizontal as possible. Notch the corner post eighteen illc,,es from thc and place a brace reaching thence to the ground line of the nearest fence post American Agricultural. ii sei make the hair grow on my head?" "1 should say so. .Just you try my magic elixir, and iti less than a mouth you will look like one of the monkeys In Central pnrk." Texas islftings. Mhuiiiim In 11 prematurely bald young man, who is very vain about his personal appearance, asked a New. York barber: "Have you got any stuff thut will ltiii. n " " .. 4,h I or each additional ' " lor further information, apply to - " ad d ' c ' ' p. iniondetceut lea Relnelamp, per mo " ". cr-- tl J W HAVUKN,Sip't,A GOOD PAY ! ' ffnl. IlaVe. elt&.fe'tyr:' f rL'J. 91'wa'i ffV mt., ya-- p f iAiCW,lif;'wv Jaj.- -- -. FOR GOOD WORK ! .. Jk Littlo Dlek For LadKs or Gentlemen! aj.. $5 to $500 Cash! According to results accomplished; in addition to a liberal ooinniiseTiou of twenty per a tit n U to-nig- - . nn-g'- I -- better ramr'Siippl'e and with public 1 than ever I F1RST-CLAS- I j j slu married a summer boarder, and has to live In New York. Mrs. Lawnmo Yes. Mrs. Meadow Well, she's got the catarrh so bad now she can't smell. N. Y. Weeklv. nly llnlr Wn3". Algy Mr. Iliinkcr, think I have beun in your employ lung enough to bo entitled to tin InereKKe in Milnry. agree with you purtly. Mr. Uunker llliirers. I think you have been in my employ long enough. You cnii go. lloston Ulouu. 1 1 ilttoky t rlixinti-- . Mrs. Meadow My ulster Is just the luckiest girl that ever lived. You know A Junction City Marble & Granite Works kind ol Marble mid Granite work I employ .killeu vvrirkrnen from the IEa.t- - not I e elled and v.l f.Cilitlescan n. I S UK11'111 J0t dersold . WSLLIAIYX I MOKKLAND, r in . Ali 'rale the abot Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs Solicited for sale or wiihiug 10 purkhae tun. e, mil do will 10 cull on or jddret me Au eincrience I fifteen car in tin lutiiiet lias been of prol'u 10 me and I think liau mike it prafitublc boll) to the buyer 100 aud ller. 1. O addrrt Sttnfoid, Ky. I GUESS PREMIUMS FOR SUBSCRIBERS, No JUNCTION CITY, KY and llavr ,.isferecte.la new Marble ordor. Houand am fully pnpared to fill - I'trum liavmirny of thu above Stock Cattle and Sheep a specialty. ttok ',,,l fur all THE 60FFEY HOUSE u. t 'HiceaMhe Myer Houte Iniposslbllll ics or LTncrrtaIn-tios- . Kvory thing Fair, Honor-ahlPlain and Positive. e, JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. 1 CHESAPEAKE & OHIO J. II. Zi AUG MM AN, AND SIOK.M fw programme in the HUE uaiuvay.; Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, Now York, A it INSURANCE AGEN'. Reproetitini; w silly tip linr lt She It not right for you to be flirting with young laities, tiartieulurly when you were married only last week. A i.s I'urt;rtriil .Mini. nil .uhcr K.uterii Cilie. Lcxilisto" and ""TOJI.w. i& 37- -t gotten all alwnit it. o. Ity .love, tliat'.s so; I had forPJeiihe excuse me for my iibseiit-inindediiTtixa.i .Sift He - Shortest Line between Luulavlllc, , Kailtrn I'otfit m of our Fourth Annual Coutust among Hartlord, of Hartford, Oonn., Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. Agents for largest clubs. Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, fcD- - An Agency for tho "Weekly Ins. Go. ol wortn America, " Companie. I would All of which are firt-cl- t he pleated to wait on my (riend III thi linn. i'ol. icie promptly ittued. Will insure agint lorna- -. doe, wind storm, and lightning Lightning witliout additional charge Office at Kirit Natiotial Hank, Stanfiird. 'V T" IN UKFFCT SUV. i, CASH BLK1N I P" Atlantic Kxprwa No. a, tlail True Mm. Midland Aceomm8dati..n, No. a. ex. Sun..il.oam daily.. J'opni "Your boy'h Knglish Is rather bad, Vetlbulol Kapte., No u 5J3l"n Mrs. Moriarty," mid the merchant to Ml. Sterling Ateotti , No. 8, ex. Suu '' "V VEST HOUND Arrl.exlnitnT the ottlee boy'o mother. 7 5V "Thnte fer you, Misther Smlthers. I.eTinclon'Accom.T No a7,exSuu i.4spm No. dallr lie's Oirish all troo," replied the prnud Louintlle repress No. at, ex bun 4 "Spin 5, l.exinetim Aicom. o. lopm mother. Judge. Ve.libuled l.xpreM No. aj. daily Train with,I)lnin Car. No Solid VMtilrtiled Two View. V tranfeta. Marie No man should kiss me miles' without from (LeMLRlon ThruiiEli Sleeper he was engaged to me. '"il'nv: FULLKR. O.ll. RYAN. Claire And no man should be enA8t.. A.'t Gen. Gen. l'.i. AKt, .Cincinnati. gaged to inu unless ho kissed inc. DeWa.hinit.m. J. '. MUKRAYsjrrailic Manager. OSCAlt G. troit Free Press. A 7 lR- iKA.sT HOL'NU. I.vo, LwinBton K.NfjuiitKn is a profitable Irimiicss. Jt is the he.t hcliool in the world to prepare e ! - " C. General . -:- FOWEXI., -- one for a business contact with tho public, a htepping-stonto husiuces (pialificatiou aud future prosperity. Wc want good Agcuta to bolicit for fiib(5criptions. The inducements aro extra good. IIItUK I.S - Merchandise, I111 And Country Produce, Has opened hi stock of goods and I ready to serve tne peoploof Stanlord and vicinity, lie i ol'er ing unheard of llargain and all who want good at the lowed k)lble price should him on Logan Avenue, ncr . !. ENQUIRER COMPANY, CINCINNATI, O. fl