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Semi-Weekly Interior Journal.
VOL. XVIII. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER -31.1890. NO. 70
California Far From What It Is Crocked
Up to' Be.
Las Anuki.kh, Cm.., Oct. !K, 1.
Dbak Intiimoib' TIiu weather has
been quite changeable since I last wrote.
The extremely hot spell of which I then
Hpoko soon changed Into really cold, and
.1 . :.. .I.t iijl.iHi timl fitlutr
uiun, war, .. ... m .-- -;'
low lniiil.4 am snow in the .u. ""'""; . I , ,
very far oil. This chilly we. he . to UmI
da vs and was rendered more
aurccabe by the absence of any ' ..!.
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ion for fires. After this camo some
rain, followed by pleasantl weather during
Mie middle of the day, but the early
morning! account of fogs and clouds,
were not so pleasant. Since Friday it
lias been exceedingly warm, and altho
this in the latter part of the second fall
month, the sun iH simply scorching. A
curious fact about the climate here is
tins- whenever the sun is obscured by
fog or cloud or disappears! at Hiinsut, there
stems to bo twice as much breeze as
when it is shining, and as the sun is most
always hot and the air at such times
cool.vou may be shivering one hour and
the next or less time be sweltering in
heat, or vice vema Often there is a
ferenceof (W to 70 between the temperature
of the coldest part of the night and
the sun during the middle of the day.
These changes, of course, are productive
of colils and one has to he very particu
lar at all times of year to avoid eatching
them, and then will not succeed, as I've
found out to my sorrow. There are, notwithstanding,
some tine days, but the
climate is a very loin: ways from being as
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near nn .,, , .... ..
Q, H Q, u.m,(jre of ,
believe No doubt there are t'"
,,.,, ,llert,, llpon iu Hl.COIlt, ytar ,
who here from New hugland "
ciri.tllUl011 of ,000 copies each week,
and Illinois, Iowa ami Kansas, and such . h circulation
like SUtes, where thethermo.neterBome.!ivonUUdnt)(l n I10HHm)cr
Uu.eHgoeto:;V or -10 below zero in 1 j . Uie .. Ua T,u
and considerably over 100
winter to ,
Nal(oIm, I)tflll0t.rilt occl,,,lejl u ,k.d of its
above in summer (and Southern .
owji ouc oq rcmuinu(1 un.
nia is almost entirely populated by m a com.,Iety rccori, of ,,.
pie from those Mates), think
Iulca InlorBlioi ,llclui,,llK Uiu III0Bl
the climate better than those w10 uro! , ,
not used to such extremes in their na-
tive Stales. Yesterday the thermometer
was W in tho shndo at the signal service
ollice, and icootlnesa knows whnt it was
in the sun. Last niijlit win very warm
and the blanket that Cailforniiius say
oue always needs to sleep under would
have been anything hut pleasant for several
1 went to Pomona lost week to see how
thtniPt weru there. Found the place
ratner nun ami very nov ...... ..u. 1 year for $'2.7o.
large acreage was set out last year in Na-1 ,
yal oranges. These look very well, as do Mrs. lieu. Tom Thumb, with her bus-also
the older trees, with the exception ( band, Count Magri, Baron Magri ami a
of some that are infested with scale, but company of first class vaudeville stars,
that pest hasn't gotten as llrin a foothold will appear at Walton's Opura House,
there as at other plaeea nearer tho ocean. Saturday, Nov. 1. The countess, altho
From some unaccountable cause, the she has been before the public for 'M
present orange crop thereabout will not years, has loit none of her popularity
bo more than a half one, the oranges is un bright and attractive as ever,
ing fallen oil in large quantities soon Count Magri and his brother are clever
ter dropping the bloom. Tliis is tho case) actors and vocdists, and the sketches
at some other daces. Haven't heard ' pantomimes and musical specialties in-from
Riverside on that bcore. Orange ( trodticcd by them are both artistic and
land at Pomona, without any improve-, pleasing, lu addition to these
is held at SioO to $100 per acre; mushed midgets, a novel and reilned en-that
with trees one year old, ? 150 to ::.U); tertainmeut will he given by bell ringers,
with trees in beating, from ?1,000 to $., ( operatic singers, magicians, musical ar-000
per acre. These are enormous figures t8ts. Mile, liarretta, with her troupe of
for land to Eastern people, and it is hard ,r0 trained pigeons, will appear at each
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for them to see how it can he tnaUo to
pay at those prices, but it does some
times, in tho hands of those wlio under-
stand tho business thoroughly, from long
n. !. .11 .t.l 1 I...II
experience, thko uiui w.ru , uu
oranges or lemons are the safest fruita to
raise, whero they do well, us there is a
better general demand for them, and of
the deciduous fruits tho French prune
has been the surest, having brought fair
prices every year so far, ami a very high
price this season. At Pomona; the prune
is grown to advantage and pays well.
The other deciduous fruits don't amount
to much. I have been investigating the
fruit-raising business a good deal of late
to eo if there is really as much money
in it as would seem from the published
reports, and 1 llud there is not by a
"jug-full." Many of tho statements, made
aio true, but they are not near tho whole
truth and are misleading and are often
given to lead the tender-loot to believe
that these largo yields are the rule rath.
or than tho exception. Those who give
these big reports don't tell of tho failures
or partial failures from tho many ills that
fruit trees aro heir to, such as tho white,
black and red scale, moth,, blight, hot
winds, frost, Ac. They don't often do-duct
the interest on the money invested,
2 per cent, to .1 per cent, taxes, water
tax, the expense of irrigating, working
and pruning, and tho six, eight or ton
vears. it may be, they have been work
ing on tho trees to bring them to full
bearing, and they never tell of tho eha -
grin and disappointment many have ex -
net-fenced in laboring lor years on an or-
chard to find, just nt tho tune it ought to
be paying handsomely, that they vo
made a mistake in planting certain kinds
of fruit trees whore the surroundings do
not suit them, or to havo tho scale or
Bomo other pest to ruiu them, or to liud
that there la no tiemaitu ior mm. iuu ui
fruit on account of over-production or
BOino other cause. It is nothiug rare to
aee largo trees grubbed up to give placo
to aonio variety that may suit better or
be more sure to bring a profit, and by
the time these come to maturity things
may have changod and they ho found
not to pay. I don't believe there is a
place in this whole country whero a
stranger can bo more easily taken in
than right here in Southern California.
There are ho many poiutH to watch that
it in almost impossible not to get bit in
some partienlar. Hut those w ho are so
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another .. tiling: you can't have the .' pens-
antest climate and the best fruit too.
Wherever any variety grows to the great
est perfection, then the weather is al
most uiicmluramy hot. 1-or instance
the surest place to raise line oraugosis at
Riverside and in Hint vicinity, hut the
heat thuro is intense; the best place for
raisins is at Fresno and the country
around, but that is almost as hot as
hades. 1 u fact, scarcely any of the fruits
grow to great perfection near the ocean,
and if they do, the dampness and fogs
materially interfere with the curing of
them. As I wrote so much favorable to
California while here last spring, thru
ignorance, taking the sayso of people I
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iiu; uiu ngni miiii i snomu ih.iko inese
corrections, so that those who may read
this may not como hereto be disappointed
ax 1 have been. There are many people
hero who got stuck on property when
the boom collapsed, that they'll tell anything
to get to sell out now. T. K. W.
The National Democrat, which was established
in Washington one year ago by
Kdmund Hudson, with the endorsement
. w,, , ,.., , ., ... ,
itj .ui,vv...i. i. vyvriivoa uuu
on ttie stump. It is rendering the party
an important service, and should be read
by all who wish to keep fully informed
in regard to public allairs ami who mean
to defeat the wicked scheme of the re
publican leaders to secure permanent
control of the government, in spite of the
fact that they are, and must remaiu, the
minority party in this country. Wo will
send the Democrat and the Intkiuou
terforuianco. A matinee will be given
ut L:t0 i m. Prices for it will he 15, lo
ami Xt. For tho eveniiu: performance
, 'jry, : and 50. Iteservud sea to at Mcltob
Tub law does not allow anything to ap
pear on your ballot but the name of tho
candidate you wish to vote for. Those
for the democratic candidate will bo as
James B. LIcCroary.
Bo sure that yours is an exact copy
Danvillk. Mr. George W. Evans, of
Lincoln, is visiting Ids sou, J. Owsley
Hvans. Mr. J. W. Yerkes has been appointed
attorney for the (J. iV; C, for
Boyle and Mercer, in place of Judge Durham,
removed to Lexington. Tho Illinois
Central has compromised witli tho
family of John Crowder, who was killed
on that road, by paying them Sl.'JoO.
G. B. Woodcock sold to K. B. ItiisseU 4
acres of land adjoining his place on 4th
street at $1573 nu acre. Advccato.
Call For Meeting of County Committee.
Tho members of the Democratic County
Committee aro urgently requested to
meet at Stanford at 1 v. m., Saturday,
Nov. 1. It is important that every
1 lr "hoahl bo present.
' liios. IHchahib, Chai rmau.
A R(Jck Vtait Wi8i( fimuer hag dis.
, covcrc(i tlmt :mo 8iak(J(i in buttermilk
t n KOotl paint for n housu. Ho savs
Ul0 m;xturo wju withstand rain and that
it only costs about $1 to furnish paint
enough for an ordinary house
Kansas City is put down with a population
of 132,410, a gain of 1U7J percent,
iu 10 years.
A flock of blackbirds threo miles long
and half a mile wide passed over Arlington,
Ga., a day or two ago.
LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY.
i Gov. McCreary spoke here last Monday
to a very largo crowd.
Mr. Itice Bengc has opened up a
new livery btablo in the rear of the Ma-1
The Knights of Pythias celebrate
the anniversary of their order by appropriate
exercises of a religious character
at the Presbyterian church, on Sunday,
Nov. !llh, at It o'clock i. M.
K. Brown has rented the store-room
occupied by Miller it Bishop and will
run an oyster saloon and grocery. T. S.
"(Tarris has accepted the position of cleric
at tlie Holmes IIousu. James II. Brown
has rented Dr. Bush's property on
Richmond street. Dr. Bush an 1 family
will board with Mr. Brown. John K.
Faulkner has been assigned to one of
the Anderson county distilleries as l S
Ijisi Tuesday night the young folks
stormed Mr. Walter Nichols at (his residence
on Danville street. The Danville
string baud had been procured ami
dancing was the principal order of the
day. Those present were Misses Nell
Marrs, Honey wood Hull'man, Juliet
Gill, Carrie Woods, Maria Cook, Isabelle
and Lula Owsley, Altio Marksbury, Ada
Farra, Mrs. W. H. Marrs, Mrs. L. Lan-dram,
.Mrs. John K. Stormes. The boys
were Homer, liaison, Currey, Farra,
Hughes, (i. Frank, Fox, West, Tevis,
Doty, Cook, Walker, Lear, John Stormes
ami Louis 1indram.
The question of what the constitu
tional convention Is doing is the subject
of general comment. It has been suggested
that it would be well to have the
public journals call the attention of the
members to the following considerations:
1. That time is money.
U. That money is scarce.
:i. That the convention is not intended
for a debating society.
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mi :. i :. l l -- - nr
I. 'I hat it is not intended for a "Moot
5. That it is not a Legislature.
0. That the old constitution needed
only a few changes.
7. That time enough has been consumed
already to have made at least two
constitutions good enough for all prnc
Miss Juliet D. Gill is spending a few-
days in Cincinnati. Ira J. Taylor, of
Cincinnati, lias been here with his many
friends for the last few days. Miss Minnie
Cecil, of Iebanon, is visiting the
Misxcfl Miller. Capt. W. J. Kiuuaird, of
Middlesboro, was hero Sunday. Howard
Marrs, of Uiwreuceburg, spent Saturday
and Sunday with bis father, J. It.
Marrs. Judge Walton Kasou is in
Louisville on business connected with
tho Odd Fellows Ixdge. Hugh Smith
and wife, of Bristol, Tenn., aro visiting
Mr. Win. tieoriro. on Crab Orchard
street. A. M. Kinnaird lias gone back
to Middlesboro, where he is going '.into
the genta' furnishing goods busineiss,
Sam Joseph, now of Cincinnati, was
here Sunday and Monday. Mrs. B. M.
Burdett, of Kiilarny, Fla., is visiting
friends and relatives in tho town aud
Mr. Andy Spoouamore has rented
James Kngleman's farm for JoOOfor next
year. Wo will he glad to havo Mr.
C. ,,.,.,. ,.,.. ,.,,.,,. no M I.'
Herrin sold to M. F. Klkinsome fat hogs
at :!(). G. 1. Bright lias been liuprov
ing by building a barn, buggy-house ami
other out-buildings, till it begins to look
like home. Bud Cox has returned from
Tennessee and reports a car-load of sheep
to be on hands as soon as tho tunnel, at
which tho wreck occurred, can bo passed
through. Henry Spoouamore has sold
his young mule for $155. Kgga havo advanced
here to Uij cts. School Commissioner
McClary visited our schools hero
Tuesday ami reports them iu splendid
running order. Mr. James Gentry's
cousin from Harrodsburg is visiting him
this week with hei pleasant aiuiles again-Win.
Blackerby has returned from Missouri,
after a visit to Washington. Mr.
James A. Harris is down to see us for
the first time in many mouths. Wo are
glad to see 1 im looking so well. Mr.
James Kngletnan is improving somo, after
a severe attack of rheumatism. Dr.
John Owbloy has about completed his
house on his farm near here. Wesley
Fuhanks has a stalk of cane 1SJ feet high
and when ho gets it worked up will report
how many gallons it makes. Ho is
also tho boss sweet potato grower, as one
of will prove. Bro. Montgomery
will preach at tho
hero Sunday night. Remember that
Bro. Godboy will begin his protracted
services at tho Methodist church hero
on the 10th of November.
A census of fruit hearing trees has
been taken in Los Angeles county, Cal.
The total number is 10,S05,:$7o.
Tho republicans of tho 10th Pennsylvania
district, after balloting for five
weeks, nominated A. C. Hopkins, of
Clinton county, for Congress.,
Tho Brotherhood of Locomotive
in convention at Pittsburgh, has
decided not to Join In a general federation
with other organizations of railroad
.Ilia! n a tlin
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ClOCk BtrilCK 12 Wednesday, and the
Blin. Which had been ol scored hv clouds '
most of the .1.... ......... i :.- l. j. :....
day, came from itn hiding
place to lend brilliancy to the occasion,
a beautiful marriage ceremony was being
said by He v. Hen Helm, in the Presbyterian
church, which bound together
two hearts that have heat as one since
the time when cupid's dart was first
felt. In fact George L, Penny and Miss
Kinma Caswell S.uitley had been sweethearts
for several years ami notwithstanding
that no announcement had
been made of their marriage until a few-weeks
ago, it had been generally conceded,
perhaps because of tii eternal
fitness of tilings, that they would some
day become husband and wife. The
church had been darkened for the occasion,
and the beautiful .lowers which
profusely filled the chancel and which
were so artistically arranged, were made
even lovelier by the wax tapers phced
here an 1 there for the two-fold purpose.
An arch of rare (lowers stood just In
front of the pulpit and from it hung a!
lirge bell made of chrisanthemunis, and
it was under this that the solemn vows j
were taken. Just back and hanging I
from the top of the pulpit were the letters
beautifully monogramed, "P. S."
The pulpit was n sea of tlowers and the
sweet oder that went from them was
smiled with much pleasure by the many
"well-wishers present. On entering
the church the bride, accompanied by
her sister, Miss Helen, was preceded
by two of the ushers, .Messrs. J. II.
Baugliman and J. S. Wells, while on the
left the groom, assisted by Mr. Will Severance,
was preceded by Messrs. J. S.
Owsley, Jr., and E. C. Walton. Mrs.
Jennie Dunn at tho organ and Dr. W.
B. Penny, on his cornet, very exquisitely
rendered Mendlessohn's wedding
march, and with military movement tho i
wih III iil' n.irtv u.. ruled it mv In tho '
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1111111 ui uum, who eiiuod in reauuiess ui
unite a couple that tho Lord seemed to
hive designed lor each other. Tho
ceremony was most impressive and appropriate
and tho marriage, which was
still further beautified by the groom's
placing a ring on his fair bride's finger,
was a pretty one indeed. Tho
j ovir. ...., music .. rpmimiul , ..... . nnd
Mr. and Mrs. Penny, followed by two
ushers and Miss Saufley and Mr. Severance,
preceding the other two, left the
church, taking witli them the best wishes
of all. The bride is tho lovely daughter
of Judge aud Mrs. M. C. Saufley and
has been a decided belle Bince her debut
in society. She is of the blonde type
and impresses even the stranger with
her beauty and vivacity. Besides the
possession of many accomplishments
she has been endowed with a bright
and active mind that distinguishes her
, wherever she is known. She was hand-
souieiy iiiureu in .111 eie.tiu uaiiiiu velvet
dress with applique trimmings and
hat to match, and held in her hand a
bouquet of Marechal Neil roses. Her
sister wore a beautiful dress of dahlia
cloth with diamond ornaments.
Mr. Penny, who is associated with his
fattier in the drug business iiere, is a
splendid young gentleman and will make
his treasure a kind and loving husband.
He is a tine business man, has a legion
of friends aud lias evinced his good
to ,n h'8 fe,ect,?n a Ihe
hamiv coiinlo and other friends wero
lunched at the bndos homo immediate -
ly after the ceremonv and a feast of
Seven changes Was much enjoyed. TheV
were the recipients of numerous present's
H.imiPil trt Rntnn nvtont tli liii.h
II Hudon by deed dated Augusta?, 18S1, and
esteem 111 Wllicll they wero hold. Mr. recorded in the Limoln County Court Clerk's
ln. to u hlcn reference is made for a full
n.,,1 Ia Pmihiv 1i.iv nt
.MIS. lia0 taken lOOUlS at I
,crilion, containing 58 Acres j Roods and 34
Mr. A. R. Benny's and aro i3 pleasantly I iie Said land i ill be offered in to or mye
, . ,, .. ' trans and then all together, anil the bid or bids
Situated as hearts could Wish, llioyi ( be accepted and reported uhwh realize the
...... t -.. j.. ii..: lamest amount of money.
Blurt uuv in mo miner most nimcriiig
Circumstances and that their joiiruev
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over life S fitful 8ea may llOt bo disturb-
ed by even tho smallest ripplo their
friend, the Intgkioii Jouknal, with
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hundreds Of Other friends SlUCerely
Mrs. Nannette Harris Willis, of
Madison, has withdrawn her suit for divorce
and has joined her husband again
never more to part.
Squiro Gritliu, aged 19, and Miss
Amanda Alice Carter, jllSt 10, obtained
license yesterday aud wero married at
w , r. i r. i ii.
Mr. Si Adams , near Crab Orchard, last
Got the Clerk and Ready For the Opening, successor to tiie lixcoln national
., , HANK Oh STANFORD,
Nov. I. 1
To the Editor Interior Journal ) , (Now closing up) with the same assets and under
iivt T fi,.r 1 il.iuir.. in tho same management.
I AINT LdCk, ULt. -is. 1 Ueslre to 111-
y provl,lonlof jchaiter, depositors are as
form tltOSO Who havo applied for the , fully protected as aio depositors .111 National
, , .. ., . .Hanks, its shareholders being held individually
T 1 j
clorkslllP. that I haVO already Secured I Iml.le to the extent ol the amount of their stock
I the clerk and I wish also to inform tho
IlllOllC UHU Omuiliuy, .UV. IBl, Will Uti;cMUlur uuumuiu., iiu.icv, uk., .. iuii)
, . . , . ,. . . , . , an individual
Illy grand Winter Opening nt Paint' Lick, j To tho.e who entrusted their buismess to us
ii'li.m nil i.nnila will Im itiili.il nt while mnaging the Lincoln National Hank ol
wlieti an goous win 00 reunion at,s f . jh t d rma lhanL4ana
wholesale price. Come and See me and
JUU IIS Vb UillillUS,
Respt. D. G. Slaughter
In retaliation for tho McKinley bill,
the Mexican government has placed a
duty of $500 per car upon American cattle,
and has also refused to permit tho
500 bushels of grain sent with each car
of cattle as feed, to go through unless a
duty of 30 cents per bushel is paid.
FOR RENT OR SALE.
The Home and Lot of l Acres on the Dan.
ville pike, one mile from Stanford, now occupied
hJ Mr X Thurmond. It is well improved, ha. of
line urcnarii, koou earucn ana water.
6?tf MHS. FANNIE DUNN.
House on I.an ater street in Stanford,
rooms and cellar Oood cistern holding
about too LiarreiS of water in yard.
J II. HI'JOINS,
SUr.lord, Ky. and
OwinR to my continued had health, I have formed
a partnership with my I'rother, John I.. Klkin,
under the firm name ol M. K. Klkin -Co . to
take effect Oct I't. Persons knuwiiitf themselves
indebted to m: will pleuie call at once and settle.
I -a in unable to ree J oil in person ana need my
money badly. Thankinir you for your liberal pa
tronage in thenast, I ask continuance ot same to-
ward the new lirm. Respectfully.
ci M. K. ELKIN.
Fruit Trsos For Salo Ohoap.
1 have a nice lot of Apple Trees, flr.ipc Vines
and Raspberry l'lants, ol my own raiding, for sale.
Apple Trees ts cents each and others in proportion,
as I wish to close out the buoness
P. L. SIMPSON,
FARM FOB, SALE.
We offer for sale privately our farm Inown as
the George Anderson place, 1$ mile from Huston
ville, on the Liberty pike, containing 43 acres,
good dwelliug of 6 rooms and well watered. Call
011 or address us at tlustonville, Ky.
Farm For Sale.
I offer for sale privately the Henry Hester farm
of 60 acres of bottom land on Uix River; 31 acres
sown in wheat up and all right balanco in grass.
The dwelling has 6 rooms; there is a new barn,
good well, fine orchard and lencing nearly new.
Terms, nslf cash, balance in one and two years,
with interest. II not sold will be for rent, Possession
given January 1, 1891
J. W. ADAMS. Stanford, Ky.
1 n nonce lurcwarns numers, nsnermen ana
others not to trespass on our UnJs without per.
miion, as aiisucn wuiDe prosecuted to tne lull-
est extent of the law. Signed:
u v GAINES. J. II. McKINNRY,
" Atci? JUM.N U. LV.NK.
tucker' IOS. HALLOU.
THOS. C. IIALL, V. A HAMILTON.
M C REYNOLDS. I S. PHILLIP"
J. L. HECK. Mrs ALICE J. HAUGHMAN.
V. M. WARE, K.H.COOPER,
W A. COKKEY Mrs. M A. MARTIN.
' Personalty, Crop & Farming Im-
I will sell to the highest bidder at my residence a
miles west of Stanford on
Tuesday, November 18th, 1890,
The iollbwwg property
Fifteen head fancy harness, saddle i- brood horses,
i pair ot work Mules,
Forty-four head of NEW YORK CATTLE, if"
if not sold before day of sale ;
Five nice yearling Steers, 7 fat Heifers, 8 good
Milk Cows, 8 Calves, 2 Hulls, 1 yoke of Oxen, 1
bunch of Hogs, a nice lot of Shoats;
Forty acres of Corn, as stacks of pure Timothy
Hay, 500 Locust Posts, Farming Implements;
One handsome new Surrey and Harness, 1
ton, Household and Kitchen Furnltute.
Terms made knou u on day of sale.
65-td Mrs. E.I). JONES.
Valua'blo Lincola County Farm.
Adair Circuit Court.
II C. Ilaker, Adinr with the will annexed of W,
1'. Williams, deed., l'lif., vs. John W Williams,
.Vc , Deft. Notice
Uy virtue of a decree in the aboved styled case,
rendered at the September term, 1890, of the
Adair Circuit Court, I will, as Special Commissioner
of said Court, on
, Thursday, Nov. 13th, 1890,
s tin niamh jti. ail I f H n liirvtiaat Vi ,1 .1 asm. a tint.
1 i,cauct!on,on a'crcditof of 6. ia and is months,
! eiu,al intiiniiit, a c. rtain Tract ot Land Uiown
' as the Urn 1' Williams farm, lying in Lincoln
, Co., out he Waters of Hinging Fork,
iiu. abo J,''.'."? nT iSl'iE, bone
the same land deeded by Wm. I" Williams to W
a, the same time and place and upon the same
j terms 1 will sell the Tract ot Land containing
I about 40 Acres, more or less, conveyed to said
Williams by A W Harperand wife l;y deed dated
Jan. 1, iSC7, and recorded in said office, lying in
said county on the waters of Harris Fork.
Honda reuuired of the uurchasers with eood se-
cunties, bearing interest from date of sale ana
hswnir the torce and effect of a judgment
I 65-td II C II A KER, Special Com'r
Farmers BanM Trust Co.
OF STANFORD, KY., $
Is now fully organued and ready for business with
ri:,i , fto:toi nr conn nnn
Paid up Capital - - $200,000.
Surplus, .--.- 13,500.
i iV. KriAIchhe.S,A:..," ?,I,,mi0x,, "t.: !
trust they will continue to trantact their business
witli us, ouering as a guarantee ior prompt alien
tion to same, our twenty years experience in
banking andas liberal accommodations as are consistent
with sound banking.
J. J. Williams Mt. Vernon;
J. M Hail Staulord:
J. S. Owsley, Manford :
S. I. Embry, Stanford;
J E. Lynn, Stanford;
A. W Carpeuter. .Alllledgeville;
J. K. iUughm.in, Hustonville;
J, F. Cash, Stanford;
William Gooch, Stanford, Ky.
S. H. Shanks, President.
J, II. Owsley, Cashier.
Havincreceived a NEW nnd ELEGANT MNE
Kail and Winter Millinery, nnd secured the
services of Mrs Kdmiston, I invite the ladies of
McKinney and vicinity to call at lower room of
MRS K J. TANNER,
67Mt McKinney, Ky.
I firbid kinfolks and their folk's folks, my folks
their folks, as well as colored folks, to trespass
hunt birds, rabbits and squirrels on my farm
without my permission, or they will be punished
the full extent ol the law 1 mean what I say.
jam , THOMAS C. HALL.
Lot on Main Street in Stanford
Terms eay. T. R WALTON, Stanford
For Salo I
Twenty Building L,ols
In the corporate limits of Rowland.
86 H J. DARST, Rowland.
LINCOLN 00. FARM For RENT.
The undersigned will rent for the year 1801. on
reasonabe terms her Farm ol jjo Acres, ik miles
T n rfc i V r. r ne renier can havetlu
iiviiuc ui sccunig mis rail. Appls to
Mrs. NANCY JENKINS.
House mi Lot at Crab Orchard For Sale.
A House and Lot, consisting of i Acres. located
at Crab Orchard, Ky , aud known as the
property, one lllock from Depot. The housa
contains six spacious rooms, one lattice porch, one
open porch and portico, with all necessary outbuildings.
Cal on or address D. U. Edmlstou,
Crab Orchard, Ky., or me at Pinevllle. Ky.
SAMUEL BLAIR, M. V.
NEW SAW TUTTTf,
I have finished my new Saw Mill on the Somerset
pike, 7 miles Irom Stanford nnd am prepared
to furnish any kind of LUMHER. SHINGLES
' ;v' "l & luml
berat the mill or deliver, to suit purchasers. Give
me a trial. Ptoflice, MAYWOOD, KY.
3Mr A. B.UASTIN
Immense stock of fruit and ornamental trees.
Orapevines, Asparagus, small trees, and
ror the law n, orchard and garden. We has e
no agents, but sell direct at low prices to the planter.
Write for catalogue to
11. r. HILLKNMEYEIt,
64 tf Lexington, Ky.
Farm For Salo.
I desire to sell my (arm of about mo acres, situ-
v.an0ul 1' rallel no,,h of Stanford on thvj
Kush Hrauch pike, opposite the old church. There
are about jo acres in wheat and rye; the balance
of the farm well set in timothy. Good dwelllnr
pf four rooms and kitchen and a splendid new
barn; Is well watered and fenced. Possession can
be gisen immediately. Kor particulars, se J. P.
Uailey, Stanford, or write the nndersicned at
Cincinnati, Ohio. E. WITHERS.
1 wii.toJe" Prna,tyny residence and
Ihe house has tie rooms, store room, pan
try. front verandah, back porch latticed, good
cellar wiOi windows oil side; outbuildings
all new, consisting of meat house, henery, coal
house, corn crib aud dairy stable. There aro two
good cisterns, one at bouse, the other at the
I he re is an abundance of fruit, including
raspberries, strawberries, gooseberries, currants,
grapes, cherry, plums, damson, pear and apple
trees. Also some nice Jersey Cows and heifers
bred to registered bull. One- harness horse, one
combined horse, both gentle and can be driven by
woman or child. One buggy and phaeton.
Also 85 acres of pasture land, which will be
sold In one piece or divided into lots to suit pur
chasers. Those wishing to buy a lot cheap will
have a golden opportunity
57.1m J G. CARPENTER, Stanford.
HOUSE FOB BENT
And STOCK OF DRUGS FOIt SALE.
Desiring to quit the drug business at Huston
ville I offer my entire stock of fresh Drugs and
Chemicals for sale Mystook Is complete in every
particular and the business is a paying one in
Will also rent the enure house my store
is located in The house contains 4 good upstairs
rooms. G A WASH, Hustonville.
T AM FOR SALE A! a .BUM,
On account of continued bad health, I desire to
sell privately my farm of 310 Acres of blue.grass
land at a bargain, in a fine stale ol fertility. Would
sell 200 acres with improvements. Location one
mile south of Stanford, and the laying of the farm
is superb. There are all of the necessary improvements,
including a frame dwelling ol five
rooms aud hall, a large basement barn, and all
buildings new For further information, apply to
HOUT. McALISTEK, Stanford.
THE MYERS HOUSE
No Hotel In Kentucky has a better reputation,
and lis proprietor is determined that
shall be maintained.
He has added to its appointments
Pool and Billiard Parlors
A First-Class Saloon,
Where the choices wines nnd liouors aie kept.
Commercial travelers will rind eve ything
for their comfort.
J. T. SXJTTOIT eft CO.,
Are still In the business and ready to do any.
thing in the Undertaking line. We have, a full
stoci of Cases and Caskets of all kinds and Robes
o evsjry description. Our hearse, which is nearly
new can be obtained on short notice Mr. J. U.
Green has charge of eur business and will show
our goods to any one needing anything- in our