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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891021001 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 1891 $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. ff Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVIII. Musings by Our Lancaster Scribe. for !ii Tim iniui who linH no ilo without Maker mill tliinkH ho am ( i oil, will some ilay bo convlnui-i- l thut LONDON Interior Journal. STANFORD KY., TUESDAY. FEBRUARY LAUREL OOUNTY. CHURCH AFFAIRS. A pron-tuiiilaii- . dO. 1891. NO. 99 The Scriptural Puzzle Solved. Sunday school Tliu Lnuri'l Seininiiry lias a Inre at- A rovivnl which Iihh bcon in asked how many iiml 1'rofd. Mrock anil Villus nMiit KuhI Livcrtiool. U.. for four weoku. "If you tuultililvtbe number nf .Incnb's invu uiiirm for fniipratiilutiun. has ruHiilti'd in 1,100 ,., 'LATK ALEXANDER'S HOTLI., -. i Uoilcmiilo without him. is primchint; Tho Ilov. Dr. Kov. J. M. Kvmm closi-a revival at D...n -i uj mi- iiuiiiuur oi limes KM which tho Israelites compassed Jericho Horios of intiTi'stinir Hcnnoim at tins Chnrlcitoii, Va., lnit week that ru- Kwi'tnfurth.of IllinoiH, takes in $10) u - Wl,,- .place. His adiiiiiers rail him t ho ":.M suited in 00 additions to tho Presbyteri"'" 1"- day for claiiiiini? to hu tliu Messiah. He duct the number of measures (0) of bar TaliiKiuo" iiikI the aiiiiiuiH hide out after an church. is tloiiiK lauilollico bumnefw ami tho ley which Boar, gave Itutli, divide this Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Houshearing him prench. Kliler J. G. Livingston will preach only wonder is that, in this no of imitaby tho number (10) of Hainan's sons, LOUISVILLE, KY. The farm its' alliance had a npeikr at (Josheij next Saturday and Sunday tors, when brans is receivuil for u sub- subtract the number (2) of each kind of ' llor" W. R. LOGAN, a regularly thereafter on the !5d Sati and uur.iuy owning unil u.l.,,1,. tnr m.i when triekerv ii ruituni- unclean beasts that went into the nrk, 'roM''1 tu '"",r A. V. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L Marshall, Clerks. Tho speaker's name urday and Sunday of each month. multiply by the number of men (50) that ...last.rool of talent, and defuince of wiw not learned hy your t'orrepoinltleut, UevH. J. (J. Livingston and Stephen public sentiment an evidonee of genius, went to seek Klijah after he was taken of tliat kind was ef- Collier's meeting at Crab Orchard, closthat there are not hundreds of kindred hut mi oraiii.atioti ''" additions. Mr. heaven, subtract from this Joseph's age fected. ed Sunday night with Messiahs HpringiiiK up like mushrooms :0 when he stood before Pharoah, A raiid entertainment at the Swiss Livingston wiys it was one of the grandall over the land. by the number of stones i5i Dacolony. ISernstutlt. Miiuluv. wns iittuiitiou est revivals ho ever witnessed. IOR vid selected to kill Goliath, subtract the The nieinbers of the IjniewiUr bar had ,y nmny from Pittsburg, Hist UeTiiBUult Sam Jones, referring to tho Pales the pleasure of a vioit from Jiiile S.vuf- and a few from luudu. The main tine incident, wild: "I am afraid this miiiiuer in nirioiigs (lo) iK'tliauv was hint. Ho was looking1 jIIro of the programme was a mask ball kind of thing is not going to stop here. ilietant from Jerusalem, mil on Thursday number of anchors (1) ui.ll .it., ri'iivid from everv one the ami beer. Some smart Aleck will want to whip me time of Paul's hhipwreck, subtrart the Mr. .1. T. John-okindly greeting he so richly ileservw. &c. lumberman mid again I won't have peace until 1 kill number of people (8) saved in the ark Judge Saulley is a man who has, by his denier in real estate, is preparing to some one." and the remainder will be the number lYg line of Queensware, Glassware and Tinware just received and will Mrs. Harriet Tyree, of Springfield, gentlemanly deportment, his uniform build a haudxome resilience on .Sublimi of pupils in thebchool. How many were be sold at the courtesy and modest bearing, won tho ty street, kick of the court-homWhen ()., says a dispatch, wasalarnnngly ill of 1S8. begged to be bapti.ed there?" mid admiration of tho people of completed it will he one of the handsomla grippe. Shu respect Howard Bruce, Stanford, Mrs. M. P. ami n Christian minister was sent for. nil parties and classes. He is a lawyer est residences in London. Morgan, Pineville, Joel Kinbry, StanAn unusual thing occurred in our The woman was too feeble to bo taken of reiuarkablo ability and an ornament in exchange for goods, at market price. ford, Mrs. K. B. Hansford, CrabOrchard, All kinds of Produce taken to any bar at which ho may appear. 1Mb little but big town .Saturday a pistol-sho- t to the church and as it is tho dogma of Miss AnnieMcKinney, .'SI, Stanford, Mrs. corridor. A his church to immerse, a ziucdincd in the ninny friends gladly welcome him back Sallie B. Hacklcy. Danville, Mrs. J. W. n Kentucky home." misunderstanding between Mr. Lot Ueid casket was used. There was to his "Old change in her condition for the Brown, Mt. Vernon, Misses Ida Prewitt and Charley Catching resulted in the and Kittie Palmer, 184, Point Leavell, T. v.T1k man who was told when he pro latter tiring one shot at livid. The cause better. Is a question asked the Grocer every day. J. Hill, aged 11?, McCormack's, P". W. posed to tear down his barns and build of tho trouble couhl not be ascertained, Key. P. T. Hale preached a good ser greater in which he might store his but no one was hurt, except in feelings. mon to a crowdeil house Sunday night Carter, Stanford, J. T. Livingston, 1S4, Here is a partial list of articles in that line to be found at ' H. SaIHh- goods, "This night thy boul shall be re- Itoth are young men ami IViins. have hereto- anil secured a number of subscriptions Crab Orchard. Miss quired of thee," is the one who needs fore been friends. It is hoped thut the to his new church at Itinningham. His Somerset, Miss Birdie Givens, Lexing-- t looking after by tho christian world in trouble is over. No arresUi yet. visit to his old friends is for the purpose ton, Mrs. J. K. Waters, Danville, Mrs. this Hellish and uncharitable age. Of all illJH mill .luck- Adams. of enlisting them in behalf of tho church W. L. Williams, Hustonvi'le, B. K. En-Hominy, Rice, Navy and Butter Beans, Cream Cheese, Maccaroni, gleman, Hubble, J. II. Kail, Huston- the dispicable characters that degrade f Jth(jr m)n wen, LmUm ,ri,trtV ho in building. He had secured a ..., society there is none that surtmsses tho! suhscliptiou for it, but one of his ville, Miss Mary B. Patton, Crab Or- -' Rolled Oats and Wheat, Pickles, Mince Meat, Apple Butter, Dried rL.lltiv..8. i).vi,t Hatcher, of miser, who lives onlv to hoard up a lot Hazel I'aU'h, was here Saturday anil largest subscribers failed before paying chard, G. V. Bastin, 108, Crab Orchard, Apples, Peaches, Prunes, Figs, Canned Apricots, Peaches, Pears, Lacy and Harry Moflett, Midway, Mrs of trash for which not even his children .Sunday to see his brother, John "T." ami left him somewhat in the lurch. Pumpkins, Beans, Peas, Tomatoes, Corn, Salmon, Roast and Chip will thank him. Pollock says of this Mr. Horatio Sawyer, of uear Ixington, Mr. Morris J. Karris gave him $(00, H. Sue BaughuiRn, Stanfprd, John Bright, Beef, Sardines, Halibut, White Fish and Mackerel in kits and barrels, diameter: is on n short visit to his father, llev. J. G. Lvans ?100mi)l Mrs. Josephine Kvans Stanford, Miss Ixniise B. Park, 188, nrelch' $M. Several others have shown much Middlesboro, Miss Mollie Austin, 108, N. O. Molasses, Caramel Syrup, Sorghum, &c. Thou mlghttt have it him at lh midnight hour, A.Sawver, this week. Mr. Van Ilyau HiWonvillc, John Scott, 192, Lexington, When good men slept. id in light. winded dreamt has returned to IMidou, after sojourn of liberality. A church council has suspended the Dr J. T. Bohon, Hustonville, J. L DawIn astlul lull. At ended up to many years at Uerea, Ky , and will in eUB HTB HLEtTE.tt. fi WfrHr W ilh vigilance and foiling kiH of lu the future make this place his home. ltev. Dr. Harris, editor of the Nashville son, Stanford, Miss Klorence Beck, StanAnd bone, and wrapped In moil i!cImmc for visiting ford, V. V. White, IPS, Mrs. A. L. Thou mlghtil have him titding ! hap He occupies the house recently bought Cumberland Presbyterian, from J. I). Smith hy W. 11. Catching, on houses of ill fame and other immoral White. 1,:!0S. Hubble, Mrs. J. W Bastin, And holding strange coMtmuntoM ilk hi ciM, And, as hit thievish fancy twntil te hoar the corner next to the Methodist church. practices. A keeper of one of these 184, Pittsburg, Geo rye E. Pairter, Broil-- 1 7 he night man's foot approach. Martini; aUrmod Mis Lurille Joplin, of Mt. Vernon, was houses hud the clerical libertine arrested head. All except those who have the RSME&Y L tfi t An J In hmoll, decrepit, withered hand for assault, charging that he struck her figures of their answer attached to their visiting here last week palsy hi.W grasping the )i4mw tutlh Ihn WAS BUM U3fl& VUTH SUCCESS when she asked him to pay the wine names answered correctly, 1S8. " lo make It sure Ocii oiler read that a copy of the In ODDS AND ENDS. mid other bills he hail made in the house. Illustrious fool' nay, nvett inhuman wretch, I(ul among hit bags, and, with a lent His defense was that ho was passing the TK,U0" Jk.vai, would bo given one year A live minister ami a dead church are bich hell vlglit he a.lvamcd of, diotr the por FOR SAIE EVERYWHERE woman's house, when she ran out and frec t() "luo I,er80n sending the correct Amjr unalinscvl, and mtdst abutidsrKc died, hard to keep together. Our intention wag that tho grabbed his hat, and that he followed answer. of ends' died of utter mm " The man who does all his praying on her within to get it hick, which she re- person should mean tho llrst ono to In all ages of the world men have been his knuo prays very little. fused to do, unless he paid her $100. send tho right answer, nnd under this Northern tourists are pouring into more or less governed by suporntition. This was too thin to shove down the wo award the prize to Howard Bruce. Kven those who admit the impropriety Florida at the rate of about '00 a day. throats of credulous clergymen of the If, however, any or all of those who sent The United States navy will want 1,- of the conof an indulgence in any church court ami the result was as above correct solutions think that they are en- j titled to paper under the words of tho ventional forms in which this nonsense 000 seamen within the next 00 days. stated. F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, 2 Houge3 &nd Lots in McKinneyf If every dog who barks would bite, exist), aro nevertheless it devoted devou hvt tin v iu iiu in ij oar London, - - - Kentucky. Iloth desirable homes. For information and so, and the paper ia theirs. The propotees and are daily practicing that which tho world noulil soon be full of sore FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. tertiKpadiiren I have moved to my new Hotel and am bettrr sition was printed just a week ago tothey publicly ridicule. Kvery private legs. MRS. SUSIE I.. ADAMS, prepartd than ever to accommodate the public. Tho Elizabethtown Kewa reports day nnd the number of answers shows A christian with a long face is one of i6lj West Main Street, Good Livery attached and every convenience dehotel, dry goods store, groceresidence, Lexington, Kv. sired. Gie me a call, jSO to 100. that the I.ntkiuok Jouksai. is not only ry, barber shop or bakery has posted the best advertisements tho devil has on sales of :.0 mules at FRANK RII.EY. 77 Cabell Sampson sold to Johnson, of widely read, but that many of its renders IK YOU ARE GOIIIG over the door to their main entrance u earth. cattle ut cts. The next train of Pullman Boyle, 10 follow the command to "Search the horse shoe to keep out the witches. ok Will Hays sold to Hunn it Drye. of Scriptures." cars to he placed in the Eastern States We are highly gratified at With the possibln exception of buildings the West End, a combined maro for J150. the result and shall try to give a harder will be painted white. THE.. dedicated to religious services, the horse Can not become healthy food simply by the pro If some people would always think cess of death. SWINE KAISERS owe it to The Advocate saws that corn sold at one soon. shoo is never absent from the door. Tiny themselves and tu society to shoes are worn us ornaments upon the twice before they speak, they would Uev. Bruco's Bale at $11 to $11.50 a barrel. DEATHS' DOINGS. keep Mill a good deal. person and the old and young, sages and ADVOCATE Jefl anil Ed Jones bought of Johnson, An ("Xpert says tha the easiest way to of Boyle, 42 head of In swine raUine that uill promote the public fools, are adorned alike with these imRobert Underwood, of the Rush cattle at health Wocssli ild be fed Branch neighborhood, died Saturday, maculate charms, ruder tho restric- clean rubber shoes of any kind is to rub 11.70. tions impose)! by the arbitrary rules ot them with vaseline. J. K. Baughman, of the West End, aged SO, after an illness of only a fow DR. JOSEPH Louievn.it 4 Nashvillc R. R. The muster rolls show that no less bought of Bice, of Oarrard, an elegantly days. He was a lifelong member of tho superstition P is regarded us the height church and a good citizen. of folly to start upon a journey on Kri- - than '.'1,000 Union veterans answered bred jack for $1,200. Is the line for you, as its during 1S!K). l Miss Nannie Grant, daughter of Dr. day. Tho weather is said to bo depend- death's James Martin bought of II. J. BenA pair of Texas cattle horns were ent upon the ground hog and goose bone nett nico fat cotton mules at $100. and Mrs. J. W. Grunt, of this place, found in Scott Bluffs county, Neb., tho Lancaster Record. Male close connections at died on Thursday afternoon after a and these proguosticators are winched Hib-leweek's attack of la grippe, in tho 26th LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI people who are fully other day that measure)) 5 feet '.! inches W. II. Prewitt sold to Bishop with interest by year of her age. Lancaster Record. nwaro of tho folly they are encouraging. from tip to tip. of Bourbon county, :ti head of For all points. It is reported that n farmer in Holt 1( rabbit should cross the roail in front sheep at $U per head. Judge J. M. Sandifer, of Somerset, county, Kansas, has I'll living children, TICKETS SOLD. of one making a journey, it is promptly Lewis Frederick 6old Brown it is dead. He was born in Lancaster in THROUGH I1AGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH accepted as an evidence of bad luck and H of w1'0"1 nr'' unmnrriuil and live nt Beard, of this place, ;0 head of yearling 182S and moved to Somerset in 1S55. A HOG- & POULTRY REMEDY, For my information enquire of iio ..il .iII'.ipIb inn nnlv hit averted liv W10 IlOHiesieau. mules at $75. Shelbyville Sentinel. Royal Arch Mason, an Odd Fellow and t A. CARPENTEK. Acent. The only rellalle medicine for swmc. "We An editor in Georgia says: Stanford, Ky. Or turning back or looking hurriedly over James Martin sold to Gentry Bros. a good citizen, Judge Sandifer passes W. W. PENN, Trav. Pass. A(jent, have at last come to grief. Just as tho 25 cotton mules at $10. Tho market for away, to the regret of a largo circle of Used Successfully for 14 Years. Junction City, Ky. the left shoulder. But it; 1h useless to moralize upon such subjects, aa there is foreman had locked up tho forms the good stock ia looking up. Rich mom! friends. PREVENTS DISEASE, no likelihood of a change, at least in our shorifi' locked up the editor. You need Register. Mr. Williams, tho father of the wife ARRESTS DISEASE. not look for us again." STOPS COUGH, I). K. Prewitt bought of J. T. John-so- of Mrs. James P. Crow, with whom ho day and generation. P. W. GREEN, Proprietor "Tako any 23 tall, lean men," said an DESTROYS WORMS, and W. K. Brown, of tho McKinney lived at McKinney, died yesterday mornold court officer to a reporter, "and you section, HASTENS MATURITY. A Voli'mk is Paiiaquaimih. The govcattle at ing of paralysis, aged about 70. He was head of I have recently taken chars: 01 this INCREASES THE FLESH. ernment taxi tho people $SM a minute can secure a jury in a murder case. They 2 cents. a native of Hardin county and tho re- Hotel and intend keeping it at its present high standard. Special attention given to the traveling For sale by make up a 150,000,-00- 0 have no conscientious scruples against and now it wants to Lexington has nmilo a bid for the mains will bo taken to Souora for burithe death penalty. As u rule, short, new farmers' tobacco warehouse and it al. Ho was a fine old gentleman and a public deficiency in the treasury. JT. thick men have doubts on this point. 0 is quite probable it will bo accepted. devoted member of the Christian church. First-Clas- s The government taxes tho pooplo The K.Y. World has printed in one day She will STANIORD, KV. thus take a largo slico of Louisan hour and now it wants to in- .V.Vi.CmO copies or 41.T for every James Ashlock, aged 21, died FriAUjo In connection. Prices: aj pound tens $11.50. $3.30, $1.35 and minuto in ville's tobacco trado and bo an active indorsing the iKicurngua long illness of consumption. day, after a crease taxes by 50 cents per Mikage. The Urges! are the cheap. tho day. On a single issue it has used est. competitor in tho future. He was an exceptionally good boy, and Pool and Billiard canal bonds to the extent of JlOO.OOn, Write lor teMnroiiiaN. "Hocftlogy," a &f.pago ),'M pounds of ink. It has cast in one pamphlet on 1.. M. REtD, Clerk. iiie, will be mailed for a James Ferguson, of Lexington, has before his Bickness begun worked hard 000. 032 plates to print ono day's paper stamp. night English race horse Ossiau, win- for tho support of his widowed mothTho govorntnent Uxes the pooplo Orders by mail recehe prompt attention. presses, and used over 91 lost the 1SS11, to spend on its many JOSEPH HAAS, V S., which ho er and sisters. His remains were laid to ner of tho St. Leger in n day and now it wnnU tons (180,747 pounds) of while paper. Indianapolis, Ind. 13 pensions. impoiting. Ossian died at sen from rest in tho family burying-grounwas Saturinoronionoyon Tho original Harpers, of publishing sickness nnd nn injury ho sustained day morning, in tho presence of a large givernmont taxes the people The MT. VERNON, KY. 'fame, were printers and their sous and from tho pitching of the vessel. a week and now it says that number of friends. grand sons have learned the craft. Each Hotcljis still maintain This old and Yesterday was a miserably dull day high prices aro a blessing. Charges reasonable. Spefine reputation. one of the family that intends entering changed hands. fact thrt ine its Paris is excited over tho The government taxes the people tho firm must learn the trado. He and very littlo stock cial attention to the traveling public. Will Murphy sold to Woodcock AOwen, Gabriello Bombard, the accomplice of M. P. NEWCOMB, Prop., 3o,SS4,800n month and now it opposes starts ns an apprentice and is not admitMl. Vernon, Ky. auy reform in tho tarill'or in our finan- ted to tho firm until ho has mastered the of Boyle, 15 head of feeders at 2J ctf.and Kyraud, tho strangler, has been found to a cow to Goo C. Keller, Jr., for $23; J. bo with child, many months after her system. cial craft. Ho also practices proof reading W. Allen sold publicly a bunch of 10 imprisonment and separation from Tho government taxes tho people nnd in this manner goes the rounds. Under tho pretext that she hud yearling heifers and steers nt $16.25. a year nod moat of it ia paid $407,8'-7,4of Pulaski, sold to A. II. Bastin been hypnotized Gubriello's life was of a fow Ballard, by tho fanners for tho benefit A surgeon of Decatur, 111., has just Atlanta Constitu a maro niulo for $1!50 nnd ono to James saved by an influence which has never privileged classes. completed a novel surgical operation. been clearly jinderetood. Kyraud could Martin, of Madison, for $100. tion. Ho removed parts of four ribs of a cat not bo tho father of her unborn child so Di:i'Airm FitoM the Mkthods. A it mnsl have been some 0flici.1l of great Mayor Salter, of Argonia, Kan., be- and inserted them in tho noso of a 3&22SBS?2! sides attending to tho public atlairs of young lady nnd formed a perfect bridge Missouri lawyer is under arrest for rob- influence, who had the right to enter mm-zzthat enterprising little city, does all tho for her nose. This is said to bo tho lirst bery. His predicament is the result of her cell privately. As tho executioner household work at home, including operation of tho kind known in tho an- a departure from the methods of his pro- was fastening Kyraud down on tho scaffession, well established by precedent, fold to meet tho fall of tho gillotiuo's cooking, washing and ironing for a fami- nals of surgery. m HUSTONVILLE, KY. ARTIST, and a failuro to coulitie his operations knife, ho commouced to talk of the per- Are still In the business anil ready to do any. is perhaps unnecessary to ly of six. It KENTUCKY, STANFORD, By a voto of 27 to 2 the Senate ree have lu to tho courts. Ho held up a stago coach. sonal relations of M. Constance, the thine of the Undertaking line. all kinds and a full Has a fiist'dass Ilarber Shop on Main street, add that Mayor Salter ia a woman. Robes Cases and Caskets of stock committed tho bill for tho adjustment of . Pcrtman House, an t invites a "lure of your hearse, which is nearlv Ixjuisvilio Times. Our French Secretary of tho Interior, with of every detcription. on short notice Mr. J. B. patronage. Prompt attention tooutside call and of laborers under tho eight-hou- r new can be obtained A young lady at Chicago stepped on the accounts attention and will es tho beautiful Gabriolle, but they cut his Green has charged cur business anything inshov sprcial the latest to If d withand childrer. Work Sixty-fou- r horses were burned to law. A great deal of domagoguery on done in style neatness and dismir goods to any one ueedinar a match which ignited and set her clothes patch. head off before he could finish. S3m 4'tf ltn was exhibited in the discussion. death in a Boston livery stable. afire, burning her to death. confi-sHion! Bn-i-z11 d au,10,i, ... i- - ssks: THE ... ' ,, WILLABB 9 ., AlI) ,.. e, '""""'""" THOROUGHLY RENOVATED MPEOVED. -- Kool-Hizt- Manager. ( ' CO TO B. F. ROUT'S isoots, Shoes, i - j feu-le- y I fS'siS'.StaplB and Fancy fipocenes, Dry Goods, n, LOWEST CASH PRICES. court-hous- e me-tiili- c inline-diately- WHAT EAVEYQUaOT T0BA T?" A. A. WARHEIT'S "MOD33I4 GHOO'BTZr Mi-Ksr- ,, sulli-cle- ut ! (J, ln r. flgKFQJl C-- m ! RF Knr UUbH ULr5nys:i0Pii fri! CEIEBR&TE& LUb fORTKElAST 20 YEARS. Vtt osomptiosr,w THE FOR SAkE. EILEY HOUSE, I'lui-vutv- i 96-1- 1 first-clas- s l.ISOO-poun- 11 WrOKTH WEST, DISEASED HOCrS REFORM HAAS' 1,100-poun- d roll-cal- 1 1 Double Daily Trains r, Cots-wol- d - n MinSRS HOUSE, n 111! 1,200-poun- $5:1,-40- Sample Room B. FOSTER, two-ce- nt Parlors. 73-- d NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. S3-t- t. Ey-ram- i. !0 z 1. J. T. STJTTOST A CO., E. II. FARMER, m T0NS0BIAL 1 t te " V mmmmmtniimm9mi i '4 duce the appropriations for salaries of some of the World's Fair ollicials. There was a lively debate on the subject. to Goods, The free coinage silver bill is not we likely to be act.d on in the House durto ing this Congress. Reed's packed committee has voted 7 to 5 not to report it. Burglars entered tho residence of Bank President Cowiee, at Clark, Neb., knocked him Benseless, choked his wife to death and got off with less than $50. one week. week we weeh Shnrili H. C. Bird, of Bell, died last do every Judge Slush-e- r best In- week, aged 35, and County appointed his brother, J. C. has Slusher. to fill the office till the August a, election. "nrltey W'ors Goods Over 500 citizens of Palestine. Tex., a, to uest. meeting and condemned held a mass Mayor Ward in tho severest terms for attacking Sam Jones and called on him to resign. will ed? Kkadeks of the Courier-Journa- l The First Arkansas Valley Bank, at remember with what persistency that A i.awykii, who is a republican, tells Wichita, tho oldest in Southwestern paper claimed for several weeks after tho the Louisville Poet that there is no ne- Kansas, has failed, making tho 10th W, $G; November election that Oklahoma had cessity for another Federal court in Ken- bank since Christmas that has failed m own gone republican and it finally turned tucky, "only to establish places for some that State. out that it was about the only thing the of Congressman Wilson's friends. It KHa Kwinir, of Scotland, Mo., is party i.ad saved outof the general wreck. closes would cost $20,000 a year to keep up the thought to be the tallest girl in the Well, Oklahoma held another election is S feet tall and of new court." The dispatches say that world. She is just 10, last week and tho last prop was knock d Gov. McCreary favors tho court, which weighs 215 pounds. A museum manaout of tho tumbling structure. The dis- is a surprise to those whcuidtnit his good ger has secured her. , patches say that ollicial returns of the D. M. Davidson, a former Louisvil-Hunsense on nearly every proposition. county "lections in Oklahoma show that Nash-villcut his throat with a razor at the democratic and alliance tickets were The president has issued his proclamaand bled to death. He was uuablo victorious. Guthrie and Logan counties tion of the reciprocity agreement be- to control his appetite for liquor and Main Street, Stanford, Ky, A. riCKANSKY, elect the straight democratic ticket. tween this country and Brazil. Reci- cave up the struggle. democratic-allianPayne county is half and half, procity is Mr. Blaine's name for free Senator Voorhees is ill of a compli ce. Kingfisher and the three trade, which if good with Brazil ought cation of diseases and his friends are known stock trader, Terhune, ami be A VVU. LI NE OF counties on the south are solidly demo- to be good with all the countries, especvery uneasy about him. He may not be loru Her marriage was one of the pretti cratic. ially of the Western Hemisphere. able to resume hi" seat during the re- est girls in Mercer eountv anil tin reign-- 1 mainder of the session. The republican majority of the comA Yoi'.vn man thoroughly equipped for In a glove fight at Seattle, Wash., mittee appointed to investigate the seri- the business mid with a limited capital John Shaffer received a blow in the jaw cHiise they thought he was rich, and she ous charges against Commissioner of wishes to buy a newspaper, or an iutei-eis said to have remarked nt the marOf all sorts, sizes, kinds and shapes. from his antagonist, Win. Doyle, which Pensions Kiium have made a partisan rein oue, former preferred. Address condi- riage that it looked more like a funeral kuocked him senseless, in which as it this office. port, whitewashing that individual, Cigars and Tobacco. Meal, Moat, Flour, Lird, Henns, Mince Meat, than anything else to her. tion ho remained till his death. was intended they should, no matter Rolled Oats, Cracked Wheat. Hominy Flakes, Apple Huttor, o'. CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. AtSedalia, Mo.. Thomas Williamhow damaging the testimony against MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Is," Lard, Canned Goods. Dried Fruits, CofTee, IVns, Snlt, Lime in the Salvation Army, was son, a leader him. The democrats know that thtro Mr. Miller's excellent plan for the and Jacob Straub. of Louisville, and Mit-convicted of the murder of Jefferson and vras enough evidence to convict him of reorganization of our courtsis now being Lenient. senLucy Reichenback. a Swiss damsel of IS borrowing money from Lemon, the pen- considered in the convention and it is Charles Moore, father and son, and Cutlery Plow- Seeds, Stoves, Qucensware, Tinware and summers, were married Saturday at the Harness. repaid by hoped that in the main it will be adopt- tenced to be hanged March 20. sion shark, which favor he bride's father's, near McKinnev. The Farmer trio of the Illinois granting him special and unusual priv ed. T. B. Woodside, a wealthy farmer have given republican members OLIVER CHILLED FLOW REFHIRS ileges iu his raid upon the treasury. Delegate Miller's attempt to have SPECIALTY. Tuesday to decide whether of Illinois, aged 57. blew out his brains It would never do for Harrison to have the daily sessions let out at each end until next sweetwill support cither of tho three iu the presence of his 20 year-oltwo proven scandals in the pension de- was at once recognized as a flank move- they At exceedingly low prices. Hcrlin Kettles going at cost. heart, when they quarreled over a trivial as acceptable by them. partment, so the committee helped him ment againBt the eight-hourule and men named matter. W. A. Railey, a Woodford county out of the hole, regardless of their hon- produced an instantaneous Miss Marie Louise Shepard, a grand& stock tr.i ler, whose mind had been inors and oaths. Times. of tho brain caused daughter of W. II. Vanderbuilt, was jured by concussion Finding that it was next to impossibeing thrown from a buggy, fihot and married in New York last week to W. J. A C What would James A. Garfield say if ble to keep a quorum of an by sink J .N M km: FCC killed himself in the presence of his wife Schieffelin and the presents received by he could rise from the dead ami read that amendment to the rules was adopted couple are said to bo worth $5' 0,000, the the Senate has passeda pension appropri malum: 52 a miorinn instead of (i7, thus Saturday. Hon James Phelan, the youngest one being n diamond necklace of nearly ation bill, which carries 133,1 73.0S5 for ermbHrjR ZG of the inember8 t0 do what member of the 50th Congress, died nt 300 stones, and worth $100,000, from one pensions; $1,500,000 for feesand expenses tho whole were elected for. Bahama Islands, Jan. Rl, where of the hride'sttiunts. of examiningsurgeons;$72,000 for pension The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. Hon. Win. Berkele, tho delegate Nassau, The Woodford Sun says of Mr. Iwiac agents' salaries and $400,000 for clerk from Garrard, has not recovered from he had gone for his health. He was SASH, hire? And then be told by those who the severe attack of illness he suffered owner of the Memphis Avalanche and Shelby Tevis' bride: "She is n handKi'rvini? his second term in Lou- - some and unusually intelligent lady, of these enormous amounts will before the holidays. If it were not for know that DOORS, veryBweet and lovable character, and is not be sufficient to meet the demands on putting his people to the trouble of an- gress. DLINDS, SIDING, The Wabash railroad has conipro-i.i!bi- 1 warmly admired for her many sterling the department? Ho would have to ad- other election, he says he would resign. Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. Mm. James F. Kellar, of qualities. The groom's present to his witli mit very frankly that there had been Louisville Post. Cynthiana, by paying her $10,000 for the bride was an elegant gold bracelet stud"recklessly extravagant legislation" and The report says that Messrs. Miller TTTrrcrmr! that Congress in order to buy the sol- and Bronston got away witU most of Sat- killirjgof her husband anil Hon in a ded with diamonds ami emeralds. The other presents were numerous and valudier vote was ready toturn the treasury urday's session with nrunning debate. wreck on that road in Indiana, last We carry a full stock of everything found in a able." over to the Did it ever strike these two eloquent June. -Peter Golding stabbed another neOld gentleman (at lieuilof stairs I The Boston Courant, tho most influ- gentlemen that perhaps they talk too gro, Win. Hansford, at Danville, and al- "Sally, ain't it tune to go to bed"" Sally. Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract ential newspaper of tho colored people, much? It is a cold day when one or though the latter has but one arm he "Yes, father dear, don't put ofl anoth it president shall ap both does not air himself at length and succeeded in getting the knife from his demands that tho SINK & MKN'KFKIC, Stanford, Ky. er minute; your health, you know, isn't for building. point a colored man secretary of the take ud valuable time. We are aware assailant and would have murdered him robust'" Life. treasury, giving as the reason that tho that they are men of great anagosity and it tie nan noi oeen caugiu. general understanding in the neighborpresident owes his election to the colMrs. Frances Burnley, whose hus11 HAD TWICK! ored voters and the appointment would hood, but they should remember that band was public printer during Taylor's reward for it. The while speech is silver, silence is golden. administration, died at Fruikfort, Fribo small enough Courant is wasting time and space in The only Protection tluit will effect-unllday, aged hi. She was the daughter of NEWSY NOTES. urging such a proposition. The repubthe late Senator George M. Bibb, and a protect nil people, nil eludes, nil W. H. Gray, of Boyle, lost his barn, licans thiuk a negro is a very good voter of Gov. Charles Scott, of labor and nil interests is that styled when he votes their way, but the olfices valued at $1,500, by fire Sunday. this State. Siu.r I'kotixtion acquired only from belong to the white elect and not to the Mrs. Rosana Hughes, whose age was Radicals are making the threat of wood anil drawers of water. well authenticated to bo 102, died in that if Free Coinage be tacked to 'an ap- u truthful knowledge of ways mid hewers Louisville. propriation bill they will see that the means, legal mid illegal, just mid unn The agony is over and John of the silver bill, finding The frienda Force bill goes on also as a rider. From just, by which the burdens of governbus been' appointed postmaster at present indications it appears that nei- ment, profits the packed committee would refuse that of labor ami industry, nro to report it to the House, tacked a free Cincinnati. ther Free Coinage nor the Force bill has M) unequally divided. J. Pittman has been appointed post- any bIiow this session. coinage amendment to the sundry civil That knowledge is power, and ignorjfWy service bill in order to test its strength. master at Rulo, Rockcastle county, vico .1 .ZmZr.-Frank Polley, tho youngest member ance its slave, is forcibly illustrated It was ruled out of order by the chair Sarah II. Gentry. of the Eversole side of tho AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED STl'DEHAKER WAGON Homer Baxter, aged 50, and J. W. and the ruling sustains 137 to 134, feud, had his head mashed into a daily in all walks of life, among ull and Oliver Chilled Plows. I have just received a brand new which apparently knocked out nuy fur- Thornburg, 7(5, died in Madison, we learn jelly with a maul by his uncle, Isa Da- people, in all countries. stock and full line of repairs. Also have the Dicks Feed Cutter which is of Perry county. The ther show for the bill this session. A from the Register, Where knowledge is used as n power vidson, conceded the best one made. Five Virginia miners were buried boy had married and during his uncle's number of democrats voted to sustain or a means for gaining wealth without and suffocated in an avalanche of snow absence moved some furniture from his the appeal and as many republicans labor or an equivalent therefor, it beA3NTD on Mount Sneflles, Colorado. house. againbt it. The negro who assassinated the The governor has appointed R. S. comes neccwary to deceive or keep in Heavy and Shell Hardware, Salt, Lime and Cement. Senator Tuui'Ik's bill to amend the town marshal of Leland, Miss., was Hearn, of Owen county, to fill the vacan- ignorance of such methods those from I can furnsh you almost anything as to make U. S. Sena- caught and hung from constitution so you reed in the Hardware or Gro- a railroad bridge. cy on the board of equalization caused whom the wealth is taken ; hence it is tors elective by tho people tfeetns to eery line. Agentor Hrodhcad Tobacco. Will, a son of Judge John Goodloe, by the resignation of John W. Ureen. that of the ten thousand newspapers meet with general favor. All of the Ken- of Richmond, fell from a freight car and is the one set for tho board to tucky delegation, including both Sena- broke his leg so it had to bo amputated. meet, but as only 10 assessors' books printed iu the United States, less than absolutely free and independent tors, are enthubiastically for it. Gov. The London Kcho says that the First have been returned, ,it will likely ad- tenure says: "I am in favor of tho McCreary of the power or control of tome class, National Bank of that place declared o journ till next month. fullpst power being given the peoploand per cent, for tho last (1 months. In November last Mrs. Robt Hamp- party or monopoly whose interest it is to elect United States Senators, by a diCharles Jones, a brother of Sam, the ton and Mr. Sanford Wheeler, both of to keep the great mass of people iu rect vote would, in my judgment, be a evangelist, was acquitted at Cartersville, Mercer county, eloped. Mrs. Hampton ignorance of their methods. wipe departure from tho present methGu., of tho cowardly murder of n negro. left a husband and two children and Tiic Cincinnati Weekly Enquin r is ods." At Sylacauga, Ala., four negroes lost Wheeler a wife and three children. They, one of the few, if not the only one, they were going to by the falling of It is Baid that tho president has cabled their livesthe Alabama Mine a railway left a letter saying were triced to Via-c- absolutely fixe from such influences, Rail Com Canada, but they bridge of John C. New to return from London and Jt is the mott honest, thorough, able, Aj3353CB3QiflHEHHBliHJiBlil tines. Ind.. whero they were living as that this is meant that ho is to be made pany. truthful A brother went anchor and exponent of appropriation bill n husband and wife. The The little secretary of the treasury. to re- knowledge, of reliable data, free from for man will hardly, however, appoint two reported to the House calls for $77,381,-00- there to induce Mrs. Hamilton of $5,158,000 over this turn home, but alio refused, and ho or- partisan bias, fair, frank and explicit an increase officers from tho same State, cabinet Wheeler to such degree that one cannot but feel "Csttorla U so well dptd to children that Ciutnrla ctirw Colic, Oorutlpatlon, year. dered them both arrested. when thero are 44 others in the Union to I recommend It as superior to any prescription Hour Stomach, Dlarrha-iv- . Eructation, Two menasked a Birmingham cashwas arrested, but when the officers went edified and capable of forming correct Kllta W'ormi, gives bleep, and promoted dl. . known to me." select from. II. A. Archer, M. D., ier, who was belated at his work, for per- after the woman she drew a pistol and lit Bo. Oxford St, Urooklyn, N, Y, Without injurious medication. conclusions therefrom. Such a paper The Shelby ville Sentinel' pays a glow- mission to use the telephone. They got shot herself, inflicting a fatal wound, and should be in household. Sample Thb Cextack Compint, 77 Murray Street, If, Y every it, and secured tho money in the safe af- also tried to kill her paramour, Buying ing tribute to its county uian, candidate for attorney ter gagging and chloroforming tho cash- she wanted him to die with her. Mra. copies can bo obtained by addressing G. G. Gilbert, , ier. general. Hampton is n daughter of the well- - the publishers, at Cincinnati, O. Gk.w P. V. Hakui.v has announced his candidacy for governor, on a platform that is the essence of democracy. Watt Hardin is an exceedingly popular Stantord, Ky FnimuARY 10, 189 and clever gentleman and his entry into the race will play smash with many cal culations. As he is tho last of those spoken of in connection with tho governorship, the race is llnally made up Pkofkssiosal pension sharks nro in with him, John Young Brown, C. M. the habit of sending out delusive circu- Clay, Jr., and Dr. Clardy on the slate. lars ns soon as a man obtains n pension, Sknatou I.no a us says the defeat of the payinp that he is rated too low and republicans last November was the most should make application for increase. This Rets him dissatisfied and the design "'stupendous and overwhelming disaster ing scamps work him for n fee for anoth- ever received in the annals of a powerAs the irier rating. In order to put a stop to this ful political organization." descent statesman wa9 "in it," it has method of soliciting business, which the department regards as unprofessional been very appropriately suggested that and illegitimate, the commissioner will he is a competent witness. His testimony require these barnacles and shysters is therefore accepted with almost absohereafter to submit copies of all circu- lute assurance that ho knows whereof lars to him before sending them out and he nilirms. any attorney who fails to comply with Grkmany supports one of tho largest this requirement and sends out such armies in the world at a cost last year of publ'cationa as have been indicated will $1)1,720,293. Tho U. S. has no standing be promptly reported to the Fecretary army to speak of, yet to support its for disbarment. It is well for the govern'Jo.OOO soldiers and pay petitions it costs ment to take the matter in hand for the nearly $170,000,000 a year. Was such designing scoundrels keep the pension''recklessly extravagant legislation" ever ers in a ferment of dissatisfaction and dreamed of by Garfield and such patrigreiu ueiu ui cause the (letiaruneiu ots, when they thought that in 1872 the trouble. Hood-titl- e of pensions had been reach Semi-Weekly Interior Journal -- W. F. WALTON, Baron Ilirsch has authorized Jeseo Seligman to draw on him for $2,500,000 to assist the work of Hebrew emigration to this country. The Pnllman palace car repair shops burned and with them 11 at St. cars, the machinery, planing mill, kc ; total loss $200,000. John Ryan.n Lexington saloon keepers, has been fined in many oases for allowing miners to play .pool, fines and costs amounting to $1,000. n'lw. Itrtiiun ilimiiliwl The Louisville Store Recognized by everybody as the leading House in Stanford, and is deter- mined to keep up this SJntiinltiv Inn.' GOOD In order make room for oar new Spring H3EP U TATI ON are compelled which are arriving daily, continue oar For CUT - THROAT S A LES more Last cut prices only on special lines; this the same on ire will article in our House. All Calicoes, awo nine, Simpsons maclt and irutc. Simnson's Gran and Black Munches ters, Merrimachjt and all others at 5c ward i yaralied, Table Linen 25c a yard, worth 10c. ted Dress oc up tne llso SPECIAL BARGAINSinCLOTHING Men's Cassimerc Pants fil.es. worth $2.:5; Men's Suits Boys Men s worth Overcoats at your and prices. Children's Knee Pants at 2oc a pair. llemcmber that this sale positively Saturday night, therefore call as ecny as possible and secure some these bargains at e TJth LOUIS VILLE -- S'TORE Proprietor. st sszlzj d brPoeepies & Hardware, 1 1 - legis-latu- a r strike.-Louis-vi- lle B. K. W. K. WEARER. two-third- Stanford Lumber Yard, FLOORING, CEILING, a Ll'MlIKR, LATH, SHINGLES, WOVEN WIRE AJFD SLAT Y colfee-cooler- FIRST CLw&SS DUMBER TTARD. THIS y J. B. FOSTER, m 99rl H grand-daught- 1 Zum-stei- French-Kyer-eol- o ex-cler- k STAPLE FAKCTT GROCERIES, To-da- y e post-olllc- o 0, Infants and Children. or L.V . Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal Fon fruits nnd confectioneries Zimmcr's. go to be- Stanfokd, Ky.,. Friiiu'ary This is Shrove Tuesday nnd Lent tO, 1891 gins B.O.WALTON.DUH.ManDRer MEANS Youn account i ready and must bo settled. W. H. McRoberts. Omvkh chilled plow points tit at U. K. ,Ss V. H. Wearen's. Ilo BUSINESS. cents Youk ncco tint in ilno and ready. Cnl Bale. mil Bcltlo and obllu A. II. Punny.. PERSONAL POINTS. Housnand lot on Iiucaster street for Apply to J. A. Carpenter. A Foil Sam;. horse wagon. Klkiu. good second-han- d Will sell cheap. '- -' M. F. W. I,. Myhiim, of CttHuy, wan In town Friday. W. M. Catuo.v, of 8oinurnot, attended yesterday. Severance it Son. court here yctituriliiy. Misi KtwNii: of Junction CiTiik city council elected John S. Owsty, in with friendH liore. ley, Jr., city attorney and wo hope he Wn.i,i3i:KUAScK wont to Louisville will whoop up the 1'riilny to buy more poiIh. Mas. K. It. Jonks, of this county, has a Liutlk Nki.uk, tlntiKtitur of Hon. and Hible that has been in the possession of Mre. It. 0. Warrun, i very ill with her ancestry for nearly .VX) years. She Johki'II Skvkha.stk, Jit., ia down iiKiiin, prizes the Good Rook very highly, of thiH time with a slight attack of course. Kk-iiahds. FiiisT installment of carpets, oil cloths rugs, Stc, for the spring trade, received pnen-inoni- jmuti-inoni- a. Yfbtkiumy was the worst county court Mit. .Iamkh J. Lhtton, of Math county, day we ever saw in Stanford. It poured is the KiH'Ht of hit relative, Snpt. V. I. down raitt all day and less than iy s McClnry. were in town more than is here on Miss KirriK Hacoiiman left ychtordav an ordinary Monday. to enter the CoiiM'Tvatory of Music in Ciui'inunti. Tin: Knights of Pythias lodge here is Mitmw Ai.tiK asii IIiimiB Hahiii.v, of progressing nicely and is being augmentCrab Orchard, were the nm'M of MrH. ed in number each meeting. It is very Faiinio Green. prolmble that a uniform rank will be esMu. HciiK llittiiim hn returned from tablished in a short while. Hot SpriiiKH, where he mh he left all of r Tiik assistant of the L. it hlH rheitiuatif-m- . N., Mr. A. J. Inmh, has had' the disMit. Mu.t.Aitit Ai.i.kn and Minn Kate from the Logan's Fort Spring, on CuoW, of II niton vi lie, were mii'tu of tance Mr. Win. Welsh's place, to Rowland lit-rfrii'iiilrt Sunday. Tiik U'xinton Vtvun has information measured and it is said tlist the compamain to conthat Mre. Geo O. Hitmen in down with ny will lay down a vey the water to the latter place for the the pneumonia in Scotland. tiie of its men ami euuitn's. Mit. an Mi w. Waym: Cook, of pur-son-road-mastee 1 Cor-rydo- Tiik democratic county committee Thieves got into tho Roller Mill not j ' elected Joseph Briggs Paxton chairman long since by knocking out tho window FOR THE BIGGEST- yesterday, for which position he is fitted j panes, but they c.tn't do so any more. both by experience and location. Henvy blinds have been placed on the Z windows and tho stablois locked after Fon Thial. Jailer Johnson took Kb t the horse has been stolen. ,JW JW. Gooden, who has been confined in jail here, to Pineville yesterday to answer to Jons- Scott, son of Mrs. Scott, who is a INthe charge of murdering the marshal of daughter of John R. Lawless, writes that town. from Lexington that the "White House Tiik shorilf look potsession of a slore Game," which he invented, is meeting in town Saturday on an attachment got- with so large a Bale that he has reduced ten out by a Louisville firm, but as the the price to fiO and 7i cents. Ho says matter is likely to be adjusted, we with- "Mrs. Cleveland sent him an order nnd such a nice letter," and his pa's army of hold names. friends are tiuying it liberally. Address Fki.i, Dkad. Mrs. Jein-rsoHale died orders to Mrs. Mary L. Scott, 'J37 N. t ANDvery suddenly yesterday of .111 apoplec- per street, Lexington. tic fit, aged 50 years. She had not been Prison Chaplain (to condemned sick and the family was shocked. ... l 1! Resides her husband siie leaves six chilj jfwwi innii, you ure iiiiotu .to cue, nre dren. you ready for the reaper Death that Tiik home of the late J. M. Philips on sooner or later must gather us all in ?" Condemned "I don't object to the the Danville pike was sold by Adminisreaper; it's the twine binder that both12. Varnnn to J. X. Mcncfce as trator W. In the county, go to trustee for Mrs. Philips and her children ers me." for $1, ISO. It contains 10 acres and a Sunday night in Cincinnati Adolpli fair house. Trauerliacii, prompted by jealousy, shot Cot'NTY CoriiT yesterday was devoid his wife and then killed himself. of public interest. The will of Mrs. NKW ADVKUTISKJIKNTS Nancy Ann Stephenson was presented &r SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO REPAIRING and for probate, but a notice of contest on work guaranteed. the ground that she was not capable of To the Mayor of town of Stanford making a will was filed, and Judge You re lieretiv notifif it that the rock culvert set Feb. 21th for its trial. acro the pixr in front nt my (tuellm it altogether urn im.lll and hllo for the outlet of the Dr. Hall, advertised by W4tr tbst l turned in Dr ratine from other lot Tiik lecture of s-around and ahoe mr. and i Imble to overflow And sr m m svza ? vi l. ..I.. .t.lL '--the Christian Kndeavor to occur to- Kiciuy umnKr .L. ..J ' inr unucri,;iicu, iljr wmen will 1 try to hold wld town reionnMM hy Uw night, will not be delivered, that gentleI w- van; ! At.p w J Watch Inspector L. & N., man having written that he is sick in Texas nnd unable to reach this and nuDealer In merous otberappointtneiits in Kentucky. j ma Hepiomises to come later, however. Lot on Main Street in Stanford tflMtWmt Mm& MiWAICHES, CLOCKS I -- TO m TRTIT. rm Vli -- A T1TG t VV JLJI &J - IWATGHE S, CLOCKS, JEWELRY I n gn-atl- I I lig O -- SILVERWARE - I w. b. m cROBERTS E-OB- , all Vnr-no- n A I -- 1 . ww An FORSALE! Containing i tsj v tl l fir8rvrss. istsBti " FE2JSEL, WWW, 3FtfMzx c 'A .. . - - Tun schedule forthe Richmond branch of the K. C, prepared by Muster of Term.eaty tTiTi iX y telRm Vm T R WA I TON, Stanford. Jt J I SlJSt3T i lnil., have been viMilitii tho family of hid brother, Dr. I.. It. Cook. "Mr. ltw-ijui)h. The Courier-Journa- l Dttdderar, of Kentucky, in a better man than PuHteur. Ho charert nobody a tent for tho tiwof bin inudittonu." Mit. Max Samm.kk whh up yeterday to help the boytt at the IotiiHVille Store during court day. He liken lAiuinville, but xaya he ban a warm place in bis heart for Stanford. Mim Si'sik (Jkntky, of Lincoln county, ih with Mth. W. A. Shy, on Danville street. Mr. Luther (Jiveim itK.iin vihitd "friends" at HIkIi Itridge, Suml.iy. h At a meeting of the directors of the llarbotirvillu Co , held l.and and Improvement there Friday, it was decided to accept the proposition of the Kastern Hnr-rodbtir- K SayingH. 'n notice in the Columbia Spectator that Prof. C. K. Powell, of thin county, it teaching a llourinliing school at Adair county. He haa It) echol-artand tho number ia constantly increasing. Mftwia Pattik and Anmk Tllllllll.K gave a delightful reception at tho Cumberland Hotel, lant week, which wiih largely attended, nuii whh, the New Hays, one of tlioinotit thoroughly enjoyable afTaira ever given in Middleaboro. I). R. Caiii'K.stkii, who reprcHentH the A'AtiA InsurancA Co., haabeen promoted to special agent and bin duty will now bo to see to tho general utisinww and appoint ngenta. Ilia buHinecH in Janunry ranked Ikl in a list of Home !tt) agenta and the nice promotion Ih the result of it. Mori-poller- , ) CITY AND VICINITY. Comk and eo our new stock of gents' Si neckwear. Severance Son. new-stoc- Wi: will open thia morning a of dresa goods mutable for wrappers. Undies, come early. Severance & Son. n Tiik mayor and city council may save damage suit by heeding tho notice published bp Dr. J. K. Van Arsdale, in this' issue. A I.!, persons having claims against tho estate of T. C. Coll'ey are requested to present them to mo properly verified. , J. II. Paxton. Tiik stock books of tho Odd Fellows' Hall Association will bo opened at tho ami a full attendance of lodge tho membership is urgently requested. A. 0. Sine. m 0 Tiik Court of Appeals was to have considered Wlls Jenningi appeal Saturday, but postponed it to the 17th. Jennings is in jail hero under n life sentence, for murder committed in Harlan. "Tiik Penalty of Crime," with George Dennett and Hllu Hunter in the leading roles, at Walton's Opera House Saturday night, Mtli. Admission --'.", IT) and r0 cents. Tho latter reserved and can bo had at W. H. Me. Roberts. John II. Ciiaio it Sos, with Browning, King Co., New York, and Wnnamaker Si llrown, Philadelphia, in addition to their salesrooms on College Square, Main street, have opened elegant clothing parlors in tho Van A rsdalo building, second lloor. On sale immense lines of foreign and domestic fabrics, for " spring and summer suits. t made-to-ord- er Mini)i.K8tioito. Tho News says that an establishment for tho manufactory of carbonated drinks will bo established Tho specialties to bo manthero ufactured arc ginger ale, birch beer, to-da- lemon, soda nnd miuoral waters. J. K. Cartwrigbt, of Youngatown, 0., is hero for tho purpose of securing a location for the removal of his cotton tie factory, which will employ GOO men. syndicate, njado to Treasurer C. F. D.iv idson, and the transfer of the property was ordered to w made. It is said that the new company will erect many manTiik action ol the Christian church at ufacturing plants this summer and put Stanford in turning out Mr. and Mrs. It. in many puplic improvement. G Alford because the husband had been divorced for other than scriptural reaIt may not be generally known, but it sons ami that therefore they are living is a fart nevertheless, that Stanford bss in adultery, seems to have been a rather a ?1,&00 interest in tho Female College, despotic proceeding. At any rate thti'e which subscription was made on condion the outside do not regard it as a tion that no male child should be taken christian act and therefore feel much as a pupil in iL At a meeting of the sympathy for the deposed parties. Rev. council Thursday night it was ordered G. Livingston, who married the couthat this condition be modified so t lint J. is also censured by some, but he ple, boys under the ago of V2 may be admitsays he is backed by the law anil christed to the school, the town reserving the tian sentiment nnd doesn't fear the reright to revoke thin concession at any sult. time in the future that it is found best Aitkii a beautiful Sunday, it clouded that it be done. up at night and a heavy rain storm, nc Hktii Fubon, who has been in jail here coiupanied by lightning and thunder, since he was given 21 years in the peni- set in, lasting all day Yesterday and deltentiary for killing John Liwson in au uging the streets and valleys. The cold rel county, pending an appeal, has been wave signal was ordered up at an early granted a new trial. The Court of Appeals holds that instead of the jury convicting on the testimony of the grand jurors, who swore that Win. Jnckcon testi- hour, with the prediction that the tem1(5 by 8 this fied before them that he said Fuson put perature would fall to morning, but there were littlo sij:ns of a pistol against Lawson ami shot, their testimony should have only gone before its being verified when this was written, N. them in the way of contradicting Jack- although the wind had veered to the K. Tho worst blizzard of the season was son's testimony, when he swore on the trial that ho did not see Fuson kill Law-so- reported in the Northwest yesterday, with snow blockading the railroads ami knocking the telegraph wires silly. Tin: Merchants' Carnival, presented at Junction Cit was tho scene of the Lancaster Friday night by local talent, wildest excitement Friday morning. A wasa decidedly pleasing entertainment negroes, who had taken down and rellected much credit upon those dozen rafts on the Kentucky river to Frankwho took part in on tho town as fort, were returning to their homes in well. Some :!0 beautiful girls, dressed mountains nnd while waiting for a in gay costumes, made the stage a thing the connection, three of them went to the of beauy, and the entire business of the Russell nnd calltown was portrayed by them. Capt. saloon run by Jonathan ed for whisky. They drank the liquor U'tcher Owsley and Sergt. Rothwell atraised a row with Mr. Russell, tended to the military portion of the per nnd then gentleman showed them a bold formance, which consisted of several' but that aftor nourishing murderous drills that were through with the pre- front, and, looking revolvers awhile, they repaired cision of professionals. Miss Hughes room in tho vicinity. presided at the piano nnd rendered sev- to a negro lunch Russell complained to Marshal Wells eral beautiful solos. and that otllcer with his brother-in-law- , Mr. A. C. Sink's proposition to tho J. V. Sampson, went to arrest tho party. Odd Fellows to buy tho old Commercial They entered the house and Kussell Hotel Bito and erect n handsome two- - pointed out one of tho negroes as belongstory brick, with stores, ollices and a ing to the party that lud been in tho salargo hall, is meeting with great favor. loon. Wells took the negro, disarmed He tells us that 21! of the members seen him and nut hun in Russell's charge have agreed to tako JS.UOO worth of and then began looking for another one Block, leaving only $1,700 to bo taken by of them, when, in the twinkling of an the I'd other members of the lodge. Tho eye, tho negro in Russell's chnrgo shoventerprise seems certainly assured and it ed him on tho ouisido and locked the is to be hoped that no hitch will occur to door from within, nnd tho shooting be- prevent tho immediate prosecution of it. ian. Wells and Sampson were then We learn that a gentleman has already shut up in a room about 1U feet square, offered $450 a year for five years for tho with uino or ten negroes all snooting at it will have. corner store-roothem at once. Sampson was shot early in the light, but managed to force his Kate IIiatt, a detni monde of a dusky way from the room through a rear door, hue, made n good effort toward taking but Wells was not so fortunate and had tho town Friday night. In tho firht to be carried from the building. place Hho loaded up with whisky, which Mr. Wells was shot while down and made her exceedingly quarrelsome, and the ball entering his shoulder and passho who met her on tho street was tho reing to the spinal column, it completely cipient of filthy epithets, whether de- paralyzed him and rendered his death served or not, and secondly she peralmost certain. Four of tho negroes sisted in singing aloud a song which was wcro wounded, none of them severely, as wanting in decency as it was in harand nil were after considerable search mony. Finally Marshal Nowland found arrested and lodged in jail nt Danville, her and proceeded to arrest her, but Bhe wbero precautions were taken to prevent thinking it was her fellow, reciprocated them from receiving their just deserts by a profuso amount of osculation and at the hands of a mob. tho littlo policeman was nearly squeezed Sows from Junction City just before to death. Jailer Owens very fortunategoing to press says that the marshal was ly appeared on tho scene and roleasod Btill alive, but that his death was exStanford's marshal, but ho himself did pected at any time, tho doctors having not escapa without an erabraco or two. pronounced tho case hopeless. Sampson Her easo will be disposed of later on. was much improved. m ci-t- Trains Frank Harris, very favorably im pressed Grncral Passenger Agent C. P. I, rpi fniTTTn iimiiiiiu f.WKr.'n'fWrWr'An'.ri'Sl FREE TO ALL.: Atmore and mav be adopted with some U(5 $; a -Our New Illustrated slight changes. The new schedule. lualoKue of Plants, I will Vines, Shrubs, whatever it may be, will go into effect Small FrulU,; Grape Vines, Seeds. 3 Sunday, the loth. Etergreens. etc., will-- : Latkk. As we go to press a dispatch be mailed Free to all tS applicants; SO paCTji5 will lie no from Mr. llHrris says there Hiul 4000 varieties of gC change in the numim; of the K. C, the sS . Plant, etc non r kc n..i.l...l 3; uuaraniccu. mixed train arriving and departing as 35 Greenhouses; 30 acres. Address, Z 5E NANZ & NEUNER. Lot now. This is decidedly bad indeed. KY. 3 rtwffiTCH a TPbms4J11 . a. VH !? T? r n 1 r i r. ct nnntltr rtrA nirimrvf. y done. tni au i All Work Warranted. .Fine Watclies a Specialty. (Stanford, Ky.) take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. - J. ' W. RAMSEY, Dealer In first-clas- CJfiViVit'iHi'iWWttVii'fTJVttHK'tt'fWiJit'if,, GROCERIES AND HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE Glassware, Tinwuro, &c. gllas on hand a"fresh supply oi canned goods oi every description, s maccaroni, beans, prunes and in fact everything found in a grocery. Tobaccos and cigars a specialty. Confectioneries, nuts, raisins, &c, in great variety. Give my Nudavene, something new, a trial. Choice 1 Blue-Gras- s Farm FOB SALE. il sell privately, at a bargain, my larm at Crab Orchard, Liiuoln couuly, Ky formerly known as the Jacob Guctl Tbl lirni hoinc-itca- d y lontaint 280 Acros Excellent Land, In prime conditon, and well improved, l)ing partly in the limit ot the town of Crab Orchard, un the 1.. & N K K. dividi-1 he furm ncarlr equally by the pile leading South from ton, there being 175 acres on the Htt tide 011 which t the mansion house, ft Inrev, roomy and brick of 7 rooms, betides kitchen, servant's homo, stab e, &c , and on the West side I05 acres, which hat also a comfort&c. able irauie resident c I will sell the placn at a whole, or if desired will ill either of the tracts singly Kither Kill make an elegant and comfortable none, conven schools, churcht-i-, good turnpikes and the lent to r llroad Persons desirous of 11 peclinc the place will he shown ever it by James Ilays, now residing on the premises rot term apply or address meat Dan-viKell-built l!, tU&.RMY- ,i&& - wm gggf wv . f Vf-f-- Is Receiving His Ky 97-- tf J AS. W GUEST. FALL AND WINTER GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. THE COMKERCWL HOTEL J II OWENS, Manager, Harrodsburg, I - Kentucky. n. have taken charge et this popular hot I and intend t) run it in a first class manner in every It is heme papered and painted irom res pen top to bottom, the bedding is being renovated and ecrtbing done t. make it pleasant and comfort-able'fRuests. The table shall nevi-- be surpassed by hotelsm this section. J It. OWENS. r Fine and Staple Groceries, CORNER SOMERSET AND MAIN STREETS. WK WILL bEND Molasses, Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Starch, Candles, Vinegar, Salt, Syrups, Honey, Meal. Lard, Flour, it,-u- THB INTERI0E JOURNAL IN FARINACEOUS Spices, GOODS: id ci.ru WITH DEMOREST MAGAZINE ONI. YEAR KOR V Jj 50 Flavoring Maccaroni, Extracts, Cheese, Citron, Prunes, Raisins, Figs, Currants, Full Line of Plain and Fancy Candies, Parlor and Hall Lamps, Queensware and Tinware. V WALTON, - Stanford. Kt Farm For Salo. I desire to sell my larm ot about 130 acres, situated about iJi inilct north of Stanford on the tttish llranch pise, opposite the old church 'l"htre are nbout 50 acres in uhcat nnd rye; the balance of the farm well set in timothy tiood dwelling of four rooms and kitchen nnd a splendid new barn; is well watered and fenced. Possession can be given immediately. Kor particulars, icc J. P. Ilailey, Stanford, or write the nndertigned at E. WITHERS. Cincinnati, Ohio. FARMS A HAHDIIT. The Old Reliable Jeweler l in the Lead. A. R. WfUclies Penny OF Hi' H0?H!C SALVE. Has the largest and Cure cuts, bruises, old sores, ikin diseates, corns, bunions, piles, fistula, scratches halter burns, dew poison and bruises. Wherever it hat been used it has given wonderful satisfaction and its propensity tor removing soreness is remarkable. Numerous testimonials will be secured and will appear in this space at a later date. Made and sold by J. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky; MOST COMPLETE STOCK aud Jewelry FXJBX.XC SAX.E .uF TIIK. "Weatherford Hotel, Huston vi n.H, Ky., Saturday Evening, Fob. At a 1-- ever shown in Stanford at prices as low as the lowest. in the State, Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s Repairing. Don't have to who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old Your trade and work is solicgold and silver taken at market price A. R. PENNY. ited and I guarantee satisfaction. , '91, o'clock In order to close our partnership business, We u ill sell to One-thir- mm Trade-Marie- the highest bidder th above named property. d cash; the reirnlnder In Terms: Hand 18 mouths, with interest from day of tale. W. D. & J. c: WEATIIKRFORD, oo-t- d 6, Huitonville, Ky. years, From millions of customers, during ) comes the terdictthal VICK'S SEEDS "ever disappoint. Why wxste time, moneyand patience on " V' otheH.when you can buy the BEST Make no mistike thltyear: send 10 cents for VJck'S order,' deduct the 10 cents from . J 1. Guide, 1. (. hetter than evert too larze worthy of paces, colored plates, grand novelties and co. cultivation. Cash prires i Ptt s ODtalncd.andall PatCaveat, and ent bnslne condncted for Moderate Fee. Our Otflca Is Opposite U. S. Patent Office, and wo can ernro patent In leeu time, than tnoso floral . remote from Washington. Bend model, drawing or photo., with descripadvUe, If patentable or not. free of. tion. Wo cbarpe. Onr fee not duo till patent f A Pamphlet. "How to Qbtafn I'atenU " with namoa ofactnal client lnyonrbtatc, county, or town, sent free. Ad4ro, JAMES VICS. SEEDSMAN, Rochester, K. Y. C.A.SNOW&CO. 0ce, Opposite Patent Washington, D. C. 4r 'Vi tf - !Svt " jnwiLLNWiy m",r-jii- i ti ilym 7 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT Publlahod Every Tuesday and Friday S3 .PER. YBAR.IK ADVANCE MTWtien not so paid Rowland, First-clas- Open day and night. Sample room and good livery in connection 94-d- ni He had been opposed, (ho said) unalterably opposed, to tho adoption of the Train leave) Rotvland at 7:00 3. m., returning cloture, for many reasons sullleient and at 5:45 P.m. satisfactory to himself. There were those L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. present who knew that, many months North 150 am ago, while occupying the chair in the Mail train going 16pm " South absence of tho Vico President, he resist11 59 P " Express train " South i .i North in urn ed many urgent importunities and many 635am Local Freight North solicitations to cooperate in ' 5 '5P n strenuous South.. also carry passengers. The Utter trains that direction by methods which he The above is calculated on standard time. Solar then believed and now believes were Is ahout jo minutes faster time revolutionary and subversive of the fundamental principles of constitutional He had not since seen government. any occasion to change or modify his sW D convictions. xiifi?? fROYALISW.? -- gr?mt He was now and always has been in favor of a just and impartial election law. directed alike airainst forco and and applicable fraud, parts of the nation. The equally to all measure under consideration, however, did not, in many of its details, receive the sanction of his judgment. It ap peared to him to be cumbrous, complicated, obscure in many of its provisions, and diilicnlt of application. It subordinated the judiciary to political control and opened tho treasury to intk finite expenditure without requisite supervis ion and in violation (in his judgment) Highest o A cream of tarter baking powder if not the letter, of the proall In leavening strength. U. S. Government Re- of the spirit, port. Aug. 17, 1839. vision of the constitution that declared that no money shall be drawn out of the KICSIARto C. treasury except in consequence of apIs a Candidato fr Auditor of the State of Ken- - propriations made by law. ueky, subiect to the will ot tne uemocraiic pany, Paying his respects to those republicans who have been reading him out of R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. the party, he said it was related that the streets of Jerusalem had been kept clean DENTIST. by every man sweeping before his own Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, up stairs. Nitrous Oxide Gas given for painless door, and he commended to guardians of the consciences of "'""STANFORD. KENTUCKY. their associates (outside of the Senate Chamber) that they should observe a DR. W. B. more frugal, prudent and guarded hus Thest bandry of their disapprobation. tho most Office South side Mam street, in office recently leaders who had condticted vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. powerful political organization known in American history to the most stupenI. M. BRUCE, dous and overwhelming disaster received in its annals, might well pardon those STABLE AND FEED UT8ST, who were disposed to doubt tho infalliSTANFORD. KY. bility of their judgment. If they were SPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL wise, they would be lessproscriptiveaud travelers. Horses and mules bought and sold. more tolerant of differences of opinion horses nnd vehicles used In livery among their associates on questions of Only opinion on which differences might be allowed, especially among those whose THE SHELTON HOUSE, devotion to human liberty had never been questioned 'and whose constancy J. H. GREER, Proprietor, and fortitude had been exposed to tests - as severe at least as any which they had accommodations at reasonable rates. ever known. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. 1 $2.50 .will be charged."! Ingalls Explains Himself. Senator Inpnlls continues to lly in tho face of tho republicans nrnl soften tlio democratic heait towards him. On a question of personal privilepo lui the Senate on his return from his defeat in Kansas in substance as follows: A Aud tdie raised lur head To meet lils searching eyes; Eho laughed, and blushed n vivid red. Then shyly, "Oh, how stupid, Fred. A man is when he tries. THOUGHTS. penny for your thoughts," ho eatd, HER Dr. A. S. PRICE, Office Ion Main SURGKOM DENTIST. 11. McRoberts' Drug Store, Stanford. street, over W. . I FARM FOR SALE. in grass but 15 acres, has all the necewary buildings, is well watered and fenced alula desirable place generally. Call on or address n.e at Stanford, Ky O. A PEYTON. ing; .,o-i- m "For don't you know they're not tho sort Of things thnt enn be sold or bought. And, oil, you silly Freddy-Y- Stanton!, south ii miles is in a ofhigh state ol near the Somerset cultivation, all he pike It oder for sale privately my Farm of 8t Acres, on didn't luow it? Well, you ought. That I Mto not n single thought That h cot your nlrmdy " Jttuiiw G. Iturnott In Springfield Gazette. Ladles In a Greek IMay. During tho Christmas vacation at Yale the college society interested itself in preparations for tlio production, which lias been announced for about April 1, of tho "Antigone," by Sophocles. Tho Greek play has never boforo been attempted here, but if tho anticipated success is realized there will bo further endeavors in the same line. As tho proceeds of the play are to bo devoted to tho establishment of an infirmary for studento at Vale, there is no doubt of financial success, and the ability of tho-in charge insures artistic merit. It is intended that tho production shall bo ns faithful after that of tho Greeks as tossible, but s music by a full with Mendolss-ohand supplementary chorus, and without masks. Tho committee in charge of tho is composed of Mrs. Georgo Farnam, Mrs. llham W. Faranm, Mrs. E. V. Reynolds, Mrs. Kernochan, Mrs. Dr. Carmalt and Miss Cutler. The cast selected is as follows: Creon, Mrs. S. Ilartwell Chapman; Haeinon, Miss Anna Kichards: Eurydike, wife of Creon, Miad Lily White; Antigone, Mrs. H. Grant Thomikon; tho Guard, Mi.ss Bessie Beach; First and Second Messengers, Mrs. Charles De Forest; Teiresias, Miss Johnston; Ismene, Miss Pardee; tho Pric.stcKS, Mrs. J. B.Sargent; attendants, Miss Lena Farnam and Miss Edith Trowbridge. In addition to thco will bo tho twelvo Theban Elders and the special chorus of thirty voices. New Haven Cor. New York Times. n For Sal Mother ireproaehfully) You used to say you wished me to occupy the place nf your own tlear mother. Foil (sincerely) Of course I did. Sho is in heaven, you know. Washington Post. in-lain-la- I 1 Twenty ISiiiUliiij; Lots In the corporate limits of Rowland. 86 It J. DARST, Rowland. FOR SALE OR RENT. The Very Desirable nd 111 Residence 1 Having removed my llarber Shop to the Com lucrum lintel, I a in I rt pared to aciotmnouaie la dies as well as getitl-me- n in anything they may wish in my line. Children bis can waited 1111 n"7.?iT - gj non-partisa- POWDER Absolutely Pure lot on Dantillc street 1 he house is InC.m menial Hotel, good repair and contains J rms, lie jard is Tho Finest on Earth. large and beautiltil and altogether The CitKinn.ni, Hamilton .V Divioh K R is the only line running Pelluutn's Perfected Safety Vcstiimled Trains, with Chair Parlor Sleeping Tho Pluco is ono of tho Most Do Hghtful In Town. nnd Pining Car ftiui: between Cincinnati, InI have finished my new Saw Mill on the Somerdianapolis and Chicago and is the unly line set pike, 7 miles from Stanfnnl nnd am prepared 'through Reclining Cliuir Cars between Ctn-- c Will sell or rem on easv terms 10 fu. wish any kind of l.l'MIIKK, SIIIM.I.KS, nnati, Keokuk and Springfield, III. and bleeping MISS MA'RV K VARNON' As. , at LOWES I I'RIC KS. will sell the lumt! C ir Cincinnati to Ma linatt , and the Stanlurd, Ky. ber at the mill nr deliver, to suit purchasers. Give Only Dlroct Lino men trial. I'astotlbr. M AYWOOI), KY I will deliver sawed hestiiut shingles at Stanuna, Toledo, DeHecween Cincinnati, Dayton ford or Rowland at ii 15 per M. troit, the I ake Krgions and Canada. A II HAST IN I he ioal is rne of the oldest in the State el tl iy Ohio an J the lily line entering Cincinnati over ij ircorti can mile of double track, and from its mmr tli.m assure its pattons speed, comfort and safety Ticket on sale everywhere, and see that they rend C , II .V D . either in ot out of Cincinnati, Newport News A- Mississippi Valley Co , ''E, I). Indianap' lis or Toledo. AT. . Solid Vesti'iuled Trains to k. o Mccormick, Agent. General i'assengtr and Ticket run-line 1 1 n me. JrSSF mOMI'SON, NEW SAW MILL. pt cash: Paid For Hides and Fur, OLD M. F. ELK IN & KY. ROUTE - WARREN sotei, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sorei, tetter, chapped hamK, chilblains, corns and all skin crujt tions anil positively cures piles, or no pay re.juir ed. It is guaranteed to give perfect satislactioc, or money refunded Kor sale by A The Bucklen's Arnica Salve lest sale in the world for cuts, C0.S, Washington, Philadelphia Baltimoro, Now York, , bruises, te-ij- r Stnnford, Ky. All tnts lust and Southeast Only one night out from l.csington. Corrected Tune Card in Klfect Jan Price 15 cents per R. Penny, SUnlotd, Ky. bo. ityt.... l J - Farmers Bank& Trust Co. Capital EAST HOUND. Lve Stanford theself-con-stitute- d PENNY, Dentist. M first-cla- ss Kentucky. s FOB, XttSETT. Having leased the Menelev Stable, I now offer my NEW STAHLK on Lancaster street for rent. It has ten large Box Stalls aud is the very best place in the county for a Jack and Horse stand for the coming season. A large cistern at the door. Call on or address A. T. NUNNELLEV, Stanford 77-- tf Remarkable Woman. To the Editor of the Interior Jourral On New Year's day last, Mrs. Mary Annio lJiiiney's 'JOth birthday was cele A W3S3CX, I am well BORXaTG prepared to bore wells nnd will do the work in a jraod manner aud promptly At One Dollar a Foot. (.all on or address me at Stanford, Kentucky. 34-- L. 1 bMITll. TOE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR .1 SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &c. brated at her son's. Joab Ilicney with whom she resides in Casey county, near Poplar.IIill. She is quite stout and active for one of her Hue. Can walk n mile in half an hotfr; possesses a good memory and can recall events with considerable accuracy. Her husband, Joab Kidney, Sr., has been dead 13 vears, having lived to the ripe old age of 81. They had five children, three of whom are living. She has '.io praud, 155 great t graud children, grand and 23 aggregating 2'J1 persons. She was a midwife of largo practice, often visiting patients 10 and 12 miles and still takes a case now anil then. Mie was a Methodist until September last, when she united with tho Christian church j ami was immersed by Eld. J. Q. Montgomery, of Lincoln county. She and her husband were born and raised in J. It. the "Old Dominion." great-greanie-iong New Swindling Schemk. Tho latest Send three stamps for free smplo swindle is accomplished by means of a bos and book. double fountain pen, one end filled with good ink and the other with ink that fades away in a day oi two. The sharper's plan is to call on farmers or others, make a trade so advantageous to them ABSOLUTELY, PURE,; that they are willing to agree to it, write FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH, the contract with ink that fades, then AND NURSERY PURPOSES. IB mauage so that tho victim signs with tho x TAR-OICO., Chicago, ;iU ink that lasts. Then in a few days they have the signature on a sheet of blank For sale by A R. Penny and M. L. Ilourne, paper, on which any sort of note can bo Stanford. written. Persons who do not read the newspapers aro most liable to be duped. ltichmond Itegister. two-ce- PRICE 50 CENTS. most hygienic and improving, but leading An XiiipnrKiiit flutter. DraggNis oerywiiere rep.r' hat the vils vt inaiiufacturers of gymnasium supplies iimhI mid tho Hestoratue N rime are unable to fill tho orders that come to medicine nre attniiuhnii' iuxrnnv uiis hin iintr them for trained teachers in tho u&o of they ever hiil, tslult- it g.iei umverhiil s.UHf.io .eepleues, the apparatus. There aro five leading Hon In hen .irlie n rt'iinrs ixuul (schools for physical education. Boston dizzlnesi.debtnty. 1.havkuehe, i.poor tnumorv. tits,, e Co.. Tiov N Y has a normal school in physical culture, Ainix'ry& Jlurpliv of lliiti.e Crek. Mich C II. Woodiii.r and tho Adelphi academy has another well hundreds ot i)i,mk I'd, ot Kurt Wayne,nelnd linn y Muto that tar known institution, whero tho student is died an medicine which told no rapidly, or icn saiisfuctiini. Trlul bottles ol this taught how to fit up a gymnasium and Kate tineilicini) anil book on N'ers'ou Disease, Krmit to manufacture apparatus as well as to froo at It. Penny's, truo guarantees ad for recommends it teacl thdr Fe Th(J smniner . teachers nt Harvard college is an im- portant institution, having had 100 pu pils in tho three months of its existenco. The average cost of instruction in these Farm For Sale. traiuing colleges is about $200 a year, A Blue-Gra- ss and a course of instruction for graduation comprises two years of seven moutlis I oiler or sale Drivateiv the llenrs Hester farm each. New York Letter. of 60 acres, nearly all rich bottom land; at acres Hu-to- OK STANFORD, KY.. by Mrs Ada K llurd, of taken with a bad Is now fully organued and teady lor busi.rss with D.eiuote "Was cold, hah settled on my lungs, cough set in and Kour dot'tors finally terminated In consumption - $200,000. of gate me up amg I could lite but a short time I Paid up A Little Austrian PrlncrM. m,self up toiny Sat (or, determined if I could gate . - - 15,000. I told you some days ago that tho not stay with my friends on earth 1 would meet Archduchess Elizabeth, tho late crown my absent unci abote. My husband was adti.ed King's New Discovery tor Consumptogel I'r prince's little daughter, had como from tion, Coup lis and Colds I Kavc it a trial, tnuk in SUCCESSION t THK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OF STANFORD, all eight bottles, it has cured me and I thank Cod Luxenburg to spend tho winter at the I am now a well and hearty ttomsn." trial butburg in Vienna. Tho little lady "die tles free at A. R Penny's ding store, regular site (Now closing up) with the same assets and undtr the same management. kleino fran," as sho is called on Tnea-da- y o cents and Si Hy provisions ef its chatter, sre as made tho acquaintance of her tutor, fully protected as ate depositors in National Eupopay. Hanks, its shareholders being held Individually who, at tho emperor's express wish, is to This is uhat you ought to have, in tact you Itsble to the ol the amount of their Huck tench her strictly on tho system followed must have it to fully enjoy life. Thousands are therein at theeitentvalue thtreol, m addition to the par searching for it dally and mourning because the) amount invested in such shares It may art as in the public school, in which tho arch- find it not Thousands upon tliouMindt nl dollars duchess' master has u class. It is said are spent annually by our people ill t the hope that eaecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual It this biAiu. And-cthey To hulsmcss to that tho "ldeine frau," though nn adopt hul bymay attain guarantee that Hlectric maybe while those who entrusted theirNalMttal Hank us afl. We Hitters, ol tnnaging the I.inc.dn in French and Hungarian, has only if used according to directions and the use per Stanford, i here tender our mans thanks and tilled in, will bring- ..u good digestion and oust truit tbey will continue to trauiNtit tbeir business lanlearned to read and write her native the demon dyspep- - a and install instead Kupt-pswith guarantee for guage by instruction from a maid. Tho We common! Klet trie Hitters for dvsprim.i and tion us, offering as atwent) years' prompt atten-in to same, mir otpcrieticc all diseases of the liver, stomach and lidne banking and as liberal acciHumsMiaUotts as are conarchduchess was seven last September. Sold at soc and $ per bottle at A. R I'euny's silient with sound banking. Sho is very thy, from having been so druj store IMKlltSKS. much in tho country, but when the tuJ J- - William., Mj. Vernon; The number of suicides in the United tor told her sho would pleas-- tho emJ. M Hail, Stanford; peror aud empress by making progress Slates in ISiKJ was 2,fi40, while in 18W) it J. S. Owsley, Msmford ; sho eagerly promised sho would do her was 2,221 anil 1SSS 1.4S7. S. J. Kssfery, Sanfcrd ; best. Tho little princess is very tail for J li I.) ih, Stanford ; Mllos' Norvo and Liver Pills her age, blue eyed mid fair haired, and A. W. Carpenter, MtOdgcvtlle; principle regulating the liver, Acton a nt is dressed like an English child. Sho stomach and boci through the nerves. A new J. K.Uaughnun, HuststnvIUc; Dr. cure bilisnis-nesvery popular in Vienna, and tho chil- ditcotery taste, Miles' Pills speedily cotMlistatiou. J. F. Cash, Ssanfard; twd t rpid liver, pik", Wlltksm Gooch, Sunfotd, Ky. dren who are out walking between 12 l'ne)ualed for men. women, children Smallest, mildest, t cents. Samples ftee S. II. Stanks, President nnd 2 nlways watch for her as sho passes at A. U .tirest. jo Penny's, Stanford J H. Owsley, Cashier on her drive to tho Prater. Sho acW. M. Hright, Teller knowledges every child's bow in n most I'nlltirc-- In I.lic--. J. H.Haufhmin. General friendly manner, nnd blows kisses to tho People fail in m mj w.iys In liusiness. In morality, i in lmip'i.ei atnl In rel'un ctrf.ii nn little ones. Vienna Cor. London News. hoallli. A wq,ttt !) rt Is U'H'lslerLvl cause of f.Miure .,f V Ihv ul.nt I does not . An Occupation for Athlutlo IVoinrn. projierly In ill-circulate tn " l s.iiirt- - I breath. One of tho new occupations for women neis ofliejil.u-iie- . aatmi'H. Iole. . ii nn- l un, ilu: . ness, th f.i ,di, uimi, now creating a demand for which tho pain, tndigi'itiun, etc f.sitil ot.' . in i he liver, j torpiditt, onreun, etc l' n i th lde. supply is unequal is that of instructors v l".ir. i.raln. s ami tlniiiiic'i l in women's gymnasiums. Tho salary thouMerthese irsil.uHes ciuio r nil Mi't';i-ifor t ranges from .00 to $750 a year, with tho heart nnd lung is the inn dv. .Sold, guuranteei! and iccoinnnnilixl by A. It. l'oniiy four months' vacation, and tho work is Treatise free From a letttr written Grnton, b Pronouncod Hopeless, YotSavod. Fast iTait.Mail Aceom Espress Daily Daily Daily E. Sun Es. Sun . " " ' l.esington 11 ft Surplus, ' Msiehead Winchester . K. U. Junction. Mt Sterling. .. 6 7 jo ia SS n n y 11 am pm 11 40 am pm'i, 4 pm 1 n 5 so 6 i nn pro m 11 ts . m pm pin " " " Olive Hill Ashland Catlettsburg. Huntingten .. oj pm i H pm 10 lo yo pm J iS l"i 10 4 j pm J JO pm 11 07 pm at Hn O pm J pm! 7 10 . pin am 1$ WEST HOUND dcitors - is j n n US i,,.?-r.Limited Volibuleil Espress iuiss dally and las Pullman Vestibultd llulfn SUpers between Lou Isvllks, I.ennglmi, Washington, New York and Old I'd mi Cenifort This tram Is made part of the 1 m A.lllahd Ollse IIIH.. . Mt Sterling Wtnchwter . Arr l.esingloii ... ' Louisville " " " " luntmct " Calletuiiiurg., 1 i 4 pm pm pm I 1 1 4 j S sJ pm a 47 am am J pm la 11 pm 11 15 am 4,1 pm H pm,if ' IHIIll aui 15 m 1 4 am 6 H am J M am 8 10 am ceUbrated o i- - East f llunlingtofl on ihe C. ,V O. Route Fast Mail I rains tun dally escept Sunday b tween l.ein(t)n and Huntington. Make direct msHhmi at HwntinjtOM wuh C .V O , at Ash Und with 5. V R , at Wuichetter with K C R K. north atxl suuth bound, and at l.csington with I. ft V , I. S and C . N. I). A T P. Railroads LminnitM and Olive Hill AiCommodatHin dally esrept SufMtay, Connects at Wtneliesier to and from K. C uinls and at lilagtoc with I. S R R. lor l.mtlssillc lw- . Far fall information in regard to rates, tmitrs, Ac , apply to any agent of ibis sir coHiiecltBg lines r ! F. F. V. in' Iloik-Keep- II. E. HUN I INGTON, C K IIROWN, V P. and G M , I esington, Ky. G V. IIAKNM. W S HARRISON, G M . Lesiiigtin, Ky T P. A .Ashland, Ky (. PA, l- T F. CANTER'S Kentucky Central R.R. "JILUIfi CUtAfcttTltOUTH:." Tbo Hhortoat and Qulckoat Routo from Contral Kontucky to nil points North, . i iii lr ilt r-ir- MAGIC una South-WonFaat Llnobotwoon Loxlnirton and CincinEisBt, WoHt t. j MOVER! ex. , nati. South-Houn- SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV. No. 2. Lve Lve Lve Arr Cincinnati Covingtou. Falmouth Paris .. I i, itj. No o K i Nc. 4 n . , CO er-- s ili-- v Air l.csington Es Sun. Daily. I 10 a mi 8 on p rm I J ui 80I pm 9 ii a m o 16 p m, II IS a m 10 aj p m 11 10 p m 11 i 11 11 I j Sun p m p m 50 p m 1 j rf " A- - ex: C13 CZD A Special Bargain. Paris Winchester.- Richmond Lancaster. Arr Stanford. Lve Richmond Lve Arr Arr Arr Arr Livington North-Houn- "MP 5 10 p 1 10 p mi m in, 4 P ml P 7 a mi pmiopra 5 m...1! S'6pm . .... ........... fiopa . 3? 1 n o 15 i rn I Air Herea. ' "l , . . s' '"", No. ,. : suwn in wheat , the balance in grass. TARDSOAP I D m & a The BEST FLOUR is the CREAM FLOUR made by the Lexington Roller Mills Co., Lexington, Ky. For sale by all Grocers. Don't fail to use Cream Flour if you want good Bread and a happy Cook. first-cla- ss J. dresses iu perfectly plain and simplo block. Her c.Ttromely plain dresses rather individualize her. Mrs. Riddell NATIONAL BANK is passionately fond of flowers, especialOK STANFORD, KY. ly . Florenco Marryat dresses atrociously. She adores plush. She has a flaming red gown in that material that she puts on of nn evening sometimes. Capital Miss Marryat is very fond of bright Surplus blue. This color doesn't harmonize with her florid coloring nny moro than red. Attention of the public is invited to the fact He (desperately) "Tell mo the truth. Loudon Star. that this is the only National Hank in Stanford. Under the provisions of the National Dank. Act. Is it not my poverty thatstauds between depositors are secured not only by the capital An Author In Demand. the stockhulders liability lor us?" Nothing succeeds liko success, in lit- stock, but by to the slock, so that depositors an of amount equal She (8adly)-''Y-e- -s." erature as well as in other professions. this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000 Five sworn statements of Ho (with a ray of hopeJ"I admit that Since "The Anglomaniaco" Mrs. Harri-ho- n are made each year to thethe condition of the bank United States governlias been besought by editors and ment and its assets arc examined at Mated times I am poor, and so, unfortunately, is my by government agents thus securing addititonal father; but I have an aged uncle who is publishers on all sides to write nt her and perfect safety to depositors. own terms. Departments in periodicals This institution, originally established at the invery rich and a bachelor. Ho is an Hank in 1858, then have been thrown open to her, ami if sho Deposit the of Stanford ol Stanford National Hank ired as in ii6 and valid and canuot long survive." was tho sort of woman whoso head is again as the Fir it National Hank of She (delightedly) "How kind ami turned by adulation sho would bo look- btanloid in I'yij, has had practically an d better existenceof thoughtful you are! Will you introduce ing backward today. But sho is not tho now with facilities for rears It isbusiness supplied transacting prompt ino'to him?" least bit "set up" by hor vogue. New ly una liberally than ever beiure in its long ana honorable career Accounts of corporations, York Letter. firms and individuals respectfully solicThere are 2,502 saloons in Cincinnaited. Keincily for Cold l'eet. The Directory nf this Hank is composed ol ti, who paid as taxes for tho half year The canbo of cold feet is an insufficient T.J Foster, of Stanford; $314,787.18. l'orestus Keid, Lincoln county; supply of blood in the parts to keep up J W. Ilayden, Stanford; tho temperature. There are many S. II llaiighman, Lincoln; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; remedies for this distressing com S T Harris Lincoln; plaint, but in our experience mabsago is j ). S. Mocker Stanford; gavo her Castorla. Lincoln; When Baby was sick, wo (. A. Lacker, Stanford; tho most effectual. First dip tho foot T. I. Hill, inWhen sho was a Child, she cried for Castoria. into tepid or cool water only for an W. O. Welch.; Stanford. W. P. Tate, Stanford. stant, and then begin at onco to manipuWhen she, became Miss, she clung to Castoria. OFFICERS: When she had ChlHren, sho gave them Castoria. late it thoroughly by stretching, pressure, rubbing, and overy form of man- J. S. Mocker, President! Cashier; John J. Mc Roberts, ipulation you can devise. Herald ot A. A. Mc Kinney, Assistant Cashier 90-- tf How Some Aullioin Uresis. The dwelling has six room and is in uood renelen Mathers has a keen eyo for fash- pair. There is a ne barn, good sscll fine orchs fencing on the place. ard and ions. Sho attires herself in tho latest ne-half modes. In the evening sho is always cash, balance in 11 and 18 Terms dressed in white. Her day gowns are mouths I'uMctsion to be given 1'cli. i, ilyi. always in pronounced colors. Thoy are Apply to me or my agent, W A. Tribute, at somewhat bizarre. Mrs. J. II. Riddell Stanford, Ky. K PEYTON, M. I). first-clas-O- FIRST ro.-es- Stock 8200,000 6,500 1 Tho Maiiic IvKMiivcit Alls a loiif,' folt want with owners of IlnrMisnr Mulos with Wnrl, Knot.- -, Jtrui.sos, CnU, , MniiiiM, Spntiiie, OKI Sjivh, Iknh It iiiakiw tlill'oroiu'e ftf. Ikmv lnii!; tin knot has iMfcn tliuru, or how lianl it i., (if it is not of tin lioni,) Hf will titkt it oil' on tho "NO CURE, HO FAY" jilaii. In the knot tin hair conn-.-- , oil", and tlio whon you lil.i liooninun vory iibiii it, tho hair comes back its original rolor, ami not a truce of the knot is loft. For plan of inmirunoe. etc, call at the unIerhi'nol lni,'giht'rt, anil lriK your animal with you. FonaJabyW II McRoberts, druggist, Wirt-Citt1111 No. J. N8l3j Jf V S 00 a m Lve Livingston a e Lve Herea m 10 scam s Arr Richmond... II 4$ a HI g j;;;-- ;. Lve Stanford ............... 7 00 a in ,; Lve Lancaster . .... X-7 50 a m Arr Richmond, . 10 5 a in Lve Richmond,... -- ......., 05 p m a lo a in Arr Winchester I 54 P m . 7 15 am Arr Paris Pm 748am Lve Lexiugton ... 00 p m 7 00 a m. j 4J p m Lve Paris pm Lve Falmouth.... Mi 411pm 9 18 a m 5 30 p m Arr Covington. ., 5 40 p in 10 44 a in 6 37 p in Arr Cincinnati .. 5 50 p m 10 50 a m 6 4J p m ; I 1 j j 1 ') lijimiijpiu Stan-fou- l, To euro DiiHnniicr. ic.'c llc.ii.ai'lie, t mftl I'alion, .Uiii'iriii, T.iviii,dii , tnko tao buio and crt.un romudy, im 0 $it ' .- - tt.iiir. Hranch, No a. leaves Paris SJ7. P m, arriving at and 10 leaves Maysv,c .njJJviliB at Na. at 5 ao Pant 74?.tn. No. ia leaves Maysville at These ...v.i u. . runsuai yirom laington to Cincinnati, Io. 43 leaves I.estogton 10 00 am: arnves Paris 1045 am; except Sunday. No. 8 loaves Cincinnati 1 10 nm!arriv..w.im...i. except Sunday 7 05 p 4.0. 7 oaves Falmouth 6 00 am: arrives fin,.- -. natiyejain; except Sunday irainisotes. No..t runs dally, except letween Lexin.ton and Cincinnati. No Sunday ,, Sunday only, making all cal stop. No. run! daily bMwee. Cincinnati and Lexington dMiSiTvn t.a.,"Ni0,6 ""r4 Falmo"h Aceommo. On theMavsville " Maysvileatioio.am. y.V.I'V'lf'S'L.i'lP train,". Trains No.i nndFalrnoulh Accommoda. new ",l' St' on Nos. 1 and 6 make connections at "',rn"'el Inr points on Ihe N, N. & M V Uy . No'e John s','.7 ""Ve at l. iiuititer-runte- fidii-ciari- t- fetfi! ikaOn V,b:!?o ni M,T.l()imls'translot"r.o in: . .'ti. ti. iu ri. t.ri 11.xr. tux' ssj Xrlt'QcJviltkilo h.7. . ol' - I 5 ,,?dV-Ur,.fr",1,,i- .Cen"' COnneCli0n' Union Passenger W. Ic- -- ) ty ir so-call- ed J.F,3i,lllHi.v,0.iI'r tr n sn "rw rirexTT- SiiJtKKjPn'"''"'"1"" orum, ft r c .ill.AVJ, - ' t n'rllof J.-,i-- hor full particulars address any agent ol the Co. L M UNSON, Pass. Agt Cincinnati. S. I. II. .MORSE, Gcn'l Pass'g'r Agt.. f"M M T?. tin. 1 U.K. HUNTINGTON. Manager. of. If US Mi!. - Commerce lluilding, Cincin nati. O Note'-Don- ble ? daily train service between Cincinnati and Lexington. ou Sundays ri,,mi OFFICES' Uiw.ltb, 95-i- yr This notice forewarns hunters, others not to trespass on our lands fishermen and For LOSTorFAlLINO KANnnnn, mission, as all such will be prosecuted without per. tt the full. general and K ERV0 OS DEBILITY est extent ofthe law. wtsknesi of Body anil Kind, Elfeeti M C. REYNOLDS. Signed: I. 5 Pint r ,.. of Errors or Excesses in Old or Tmnr. .?a ' .l. fijhkl. KIASilOOn fttllv Urel.rMl. II. w M" AUCEJ ' "AUCIufAN. Hr.Mtk..wgai,lsuiirLorri)iii(in"(8rikTiioK)our. If. rnnnun alM.I.I.17 urUliHr HOIK THKtTH.T-B...- ai. I. s 4,,, Mrs. M. A. MARTIN.' In lulll rrM. to StslM US S.r.ljB Caalrltb VTril. tk.o. W A. COFFKV ROHKRT HARNETT. lllcrlBll(. H.k, .sftls.stloii and nroott mW 'ttiti)trM J. E. IIRUCE, W.I'. O RIMES, MEDICAL, FOR MM ONLY! !!.. POSTED. M.lvk. ' EPIC CO.. BUFFaO.fi. V. ni I'm mi , I'..-.g- m'