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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891031301 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. V .ry" - Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. THE OLD HOMESTEAD. I Interior Journal. STANFORD KY., FRIDAY. MARCH 13,1891. NO. 4 i .' MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. with n Writer who wiib am! in liotti hihUit lhin iIouh not deter men from tloinn ami mother to me mill with mirroiitul- - wrong. I' 'lu coulil le jiorinitted to Ikn rionrnltl .PlnPO court mo w... . hero Monday. ..l.l .....I Sinil. ......I. ..l...l.l.. Mi HiHiiiii I ........ 1.. lllllHU IJ II iirillill ..:!..lu I'llllll IHIT .sw.in. - Ciicuitfor killing ..uii.iui ..... k:f.,,. nil l,n , iiiin"-iniifl V; ? it ..., Mize, i John .Mink, was in... .:..! .... i ..limn i i ...i. i i...ii i a ihl nine in uiii-- jnun i niiitii mutt imi'h uiKi ail uuiiii'iiiii:u ui iiiuiuriiii iii'tm dicted and admitted to bail of Sl.oOO. last literaryO effusion I Imvo wmle I.ATK ALKXANDI.R'S IIOTKL, VU'l'krl IIH mi oiihiH in my Oil thl'Hl' which to exercise his talents, and rats A telegram ftom D.nver announces vicit to the old homestead. Home 'JO life. H. C V. would notsiMiuper to their holes with Sain Ilurdutt's AND condition as yet not out THOROUGH TAr miles out in the country mid have, libgreater rapidity at the sight of an fnfu- - of danger, but the chances are in his erally Hpeaking, lived over nevunil of LANCASTER, GAKRARD COUNTY. riated terrier than some of the sinners vor. the first yearn of my life. Of courno Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-IIousOn Tuendiiy eveniiik'. the Ulth iiiBt., who have no respect for (sotl, man, or A little child of George Brown, of timo Iiiib changed the leur old plaeu to n complete of the iiiynteriouH the devil. It would be in the interest of Glades, was expose LOUISVILLE, KY. burned to death one day a great extent, but Ktill there ia enough (Jr- -I good morals if he should make his this week by its clothing catching fire. W. R. LOGAN, Manager. helf to reeill rites mid ceremonies of the Ancient semblance of its former at no distant day. Now lot der of HcrculcH, the grip, A. V. Jones, J. J. Sullhan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. Smith 1'iewitt has caught within' hnpjiy ineldentH of the long ago many and secre s of ,,,l the him come! the lat mouth from one hole under a While miiHiiiK over the pleasantries of of initiatioi, w, I Ik. rendered .Mr. McKlroy, of 1ouliiig Groen, clill' with a steel trap t.' 'poseuiiip, 1 foxeh, our childhood days it is very lllUllrnl y;"H.''y ' llou.e ,,, this place, by a says if nominated by a convention he ; bknuks and l.'i coons. that the bitter will follow the sweet, and well clam of Iioiik talent. I ho would run even for constable. Accom, ami The trial of Kuimctt Snodgrass, for wandered tliroui:li while ...viji eds derived from this entertain- - modating .Mr. .McKltoy, would you not killing bin brother, was called Wudiieb- took .... tin" !""' field fiiioylng every step luent will be appropriated to the man agieeto work fur iiotiwng and throw in duy. Four jurymen wore CORNER SOMERSET AND MAIN STREETS. secured nnd j old farm, that will forever seem acrel iitiiiliuiiit nf th.i Ojtera llotimi, tJivo 'em u few chews of tobnrco? the court is still engaged in getting uj to me, I wns not forgi'tful of the fact a lilt jury. that it was there, that father and mother A committee, selected by the advi The Woody Brothers, of Chicago, Coffee, Tea, Sugar. Molasses, Syrups, Honey, Shipments of the conglomerate stone abode in have givrii eminent witisfm-tiobade us farewell for an eternal to the sory bo.ird, appoints! to look alter the Salt, Vinegar, Starch, Candles, Meal. Lard, Flour, have begun from Sinks to the Watts a brighter and better world. Although people of Lancaster by their excellent agricultural of the State is vis.. ....... ..a I 1.. Iron Works, at Middlesboro. This btone wmugma " wir, sa.uiesi oi .1 ",, concerts and niiirtical iiiHtruction impart-whe- iting the various counties and delivering in usiMi FARINACEOUS GOODS: we linger on this subject or stand w, ((j lm.ir ior inuKiiig nre nricK aim in tm,v ,mvo mw lectures, the object of which is to eniron from the ore. Spices, Cheese, Maccaroni, , around the craves of those so dear to uh, f)ly nJ( 8iltlHflU.torilv- tlllK,,t Flavoring Extracts, lighten the farmer in regard to the Burke Faris has established a 'pos ,.,,,,.,, pom. proper mode of cultivating their farms it is a blessed privilege to lay a llower on Raisins, ,WiyU.r,-lUFigs, Citron, Prunes, Currants, , of the little mounds that show where all "roiuieim aim win oy Parlor and Hall Lamps, ()f nn.1 ill mniirt K. varoH tMfl. ir.,fu M..V.. Full Line of Plain and Fancy Candies, ilU hnve aln,0f't ........ ,,..,.;,,.,. f the animals thatisearthlyofaKind and lenient , ,,...lomi,m.ionH information that will enable nnv farmer ,u'xt Quecnsware and Tinware. for 81,lu; been promised good thorand a loving ami allectionate moth-- Uuy ,i(m, , ,H1IIlull,al0l, to tell tl.e dillennce between a pump-- ) ,or "" lil privi- er lie. Thank God for tho sweet of the public generally. Their system of kin and squash and between a potato ,rlct;s FAF-HX-S .tgM, lor eacii li.no i vim w.e .car ... ' I,a'ne' of K"wlethtown, TV-,1Hnil.loil iH tht. 1)(.Ht k10W, ,0 l0 lnu a turnip. This will be done at the ,0 lm9 bt'en to jireach at the lam more and more convinced oi tneir sical profession, and the only one that expei.He of the -- tate and regar-llesof lir'" cl.ureli here, has arrived, ac- exceeding goodness as well us the severi- ought to be (aught. They are doing a cost. The lectures will brittle with Hta- ty of the loss sustained when their sweet grand work fur the people mid ueserve tistics upon "r.iisilaKi-,uiiw wne, aim nas taKeii "Insecticide," th" wcomb Hotel, spirits took their (light for tint world encouragement wherever they go. Tho Ac, all of wbi. h will be as clear as mud Ir. John M. Williams, who has above. Yes. things have changed closing concert was well attended and in to most of those who have been taught since last vinitod the old home- every way successful. way. 't,en tra,n "8IatclilnK at Middlesboro to farm in the g.,od really eiusos a ghwm to " kuiiiu iiionwis, uas oeen promoted to stead and it qui Senator I Viler, the successor of Sena- Mr. Wattcrson on Cleveland and Silver, a similar position at Montgomery, Ala., come over me to note that tl.e changes Has the largest and Two points .if disturbance nre being where he will begin work April 1st on are not for the butter. The bonne has tor I ngalls. has been to Washington and of ages, called on the Secretary of tho Senate, ndvuticcd to tnur mir counsels. One of they'd trick. John is rapidly rising in yielded to tho wear and tear MOST COMPLETE'STOCK the fences that my father took so mucli (lie llrot question lie asked wa when tlicje relates to tlie reiioinination of Mr. the business and will make his mark, Considerable sickness prevails here pride in keeping up, have long since' he could draw his pay. Senator I Viler, Cleveland; (he other to the adoption of OF Little Conn Brown, who soil, which was then fer- - no doubt in common with tho majority h0uie. as yet undefined, but altered, at present. gone and the it ucl tile, shows a decided lack of depth. All of (hose seeking ollbe. vowed that he policy as to nlver coinage. Touching has been very low with pneumonia, is of this deterioration has taken place in a was prompted solely by motives of t,tt firht of these, the reflection ought to improving; Mrs. Will Davis is yet very ever shown in Stanford at prices de- ade anil I reallv fear that before an- - patriotism mid that the salary he was to l,.Men the anxiety of tho.se opposed to it low with pneumonia; Charlie Davis is "Li,-&Lsis low as the lowest. .SZT r' other shall have passed there will he draw was a matter of minor importance that it depends largely, if not wholly, some better; .Mrs. Hello Ibirnsid'e is ou ' nothing left to designate the spot where in his aspirations for senatorial honors, upon the action of the Democrats of the sick list. Several are affected with in the State, Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s But alas for tho frailties of humanity; xUVy York. If Now York comes to tho the grippe. our once happy familv tivud so long. who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to Sunday night a misguided night ope- I met many old frioniisoii my visit to,SeiiHtor IVll'er has been found to kis- - ,.xl National Democratic Convention send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old the old place, but while I was, I am mm the instincts of the average place- - noting the nomination of Mr. Clove- - rulor, with more feet thau brains, perpe seeker, and the scent of the llesh pots land, or seriously divided upon it, bit trated a cruel hoax by etiuling a bogus gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solicforgotten, proud to say, not wholly , A. R. PENNY. had to maku mysell known to uiu ma-- mm nireu nun 10 a coniessiou 01 ins tie- - noinination would be suicidal. In that "special" over the wires announcing a ited and I guarantee satisfaction. lorityof thoin. Leaving theie when a sire to got his paw upon his share of the eVent the pattv will bo compelled to powder explosionat Middlesboro, in .sL.vv York altogether, and to seek which 60 people were killed, including child of barely l.'i summers, it is not, filthy lucre awaiting his senatorial strange that few reeognizwl me, but check. Patriotism plays a very insig- - for (l noininstioii elsewhere; for nothing lJov. McCreary and others. It was t.oine Ci.B ;riUL0 still I felt like a stranger in a strange1 nillcant part in tho life of the politician could lie more absurd than tho sugges- - hours before it was discoveied to be a ifA land und shortunwl my stny on that no- - of this day and generation nnd Senator tion of sotting -- side Mr. Cleveland and hoax. It would be poor fun to the per Poller is 110 exception to the general substituting Oov. Hill or any other Iew petrator should ho be discovered 1'iUlll. On my way back to Richmond from rule. Mr. W. II. Carrier, of Loudon, was When we leave Yorket, in his place. the old neighborhood, I visited tho Mr. J. J. Whitekor, of Harrison coun- Cleveland we leae New York. Touch - beru Sunday. Mr. T. X. Roberts, of REMEW IS U home of the great and good Henry Clay. ty, has iwul every copy of the con. con. ing silver, this is to bo said: All of us Danville, was among old friends hero V?STH SUCCESS W&5 fcSEM ' Tho Millbuy of the Slashes," as ho was reports that ha j been acted upon by the in the West and Ninth aro biuietalhsts; during the week. Mr. J. W. Stephens, U willed, spent the first years of his life on convention and still night operator at Livingston, paid us a lives. This only all of us are friends of the double, n farm only a short distance from Ashthat Mr. Whitekor lias a line inies of the single, standard; all of us be-- c visit Monday. John T. Barbee spoke on FOR SAIE EVERYWHERE land and tho large oak true between his Jiistitution and is a gentleman of leis- - lieve that the expanding needs of tho prohibition here Monday. Miss Lucille to go to and home and the mill be used Joplin has returned from Paris. Messrs. ..'.,.1 l.io ure, for he could not possibly have ac-- i country require, and that tho country . . 1. :..... ..If ... '" ..omplishwl wiierenowoiii.i resw .... . circulating O. 11. Waddle, of Somerset, J. B. Fish, this extraordinary feat if he will assimilate, a Mill larger weary beast of burden, still staiuls ami had '. mv been required to do anything else. medium, and look largely to silver as Pineville, and F. F. Bobbin are the vismtw rv tiinwsarasa-.'- j iviinfl bears the name of the great hUImii an ,, . Mp wl(lkl,r , ,mt lll0 ,MS1S of th (MirroIloy whlcll is to iting attorneys at our court. Mr. W. II. . which lie carvo.1 in it m.ui ;,ari ";0-- like un ol.l Roiillomaii l.y the naiiif of succuetl the retiring national bank Cox is ill with erysipelas. Mr. J. W. i iiikiu . ..UI....K , P. B. RILEY, Proprietor, ."-- Brown, who resided in Lincastor many notes. But as to conclusions, tins is ttie wemry is on wie sick list. MT. VERNON, KY. farm, nor ostentatious about the house, years ago. He was a subscriber to the i.l.ini .if ... ... tin. ....-.- - . fit- lci'inlil-. - Kentucky. ii In inull.ir . . r.-- . . London, . .!. mrtimmUNIAL MAIItKS. Hotei;is still mainUio but the fact that it is Clay's old home Louisville Week'ly Journal, edited bv u....bvF. as the best fiscal means of This old and I have moved to my new Hotel and am better live detail, Charges reasonable. Spe ptepartd than ever to accommodate the public. ing its fine reputation. causes many a desire to see it. (Jeo. I). I'renticu. The paper was re- reaching these ends, there is no agreeJoseph Lambert and Kate Dawson, cial attention to the traveling public. Good Livery attached and e cry convenience While my visit to tho country was ceived every Saturday and O.ive me a call. M P. NEWCOMH, Prop., the old gen- ment, because there has been no ade- - of Louisville, renounced the Catholic FRANK RILEY. 77 pleasant the fearful roads took away tleman commenced with the name of quato discusion, and there is no general faith and joined Ms. Vernon, Ky, a Protestant church eotno of tho enioyabb'iiess of it and I tilts paper and read every word from be- - knowledge. The people of tho West as to more easily bo married, their inten was glad when I again caught . ght 0 1. Q SALVE, ndwlliwmwita and South aro sorely distressed and per- - tion being to elope. I desire to sell my farm ol about 130 acres, situthe church towers on returning that and all before he stopped. Ho kept this pluxod. Twenty-livMr. Max Manes, tho steady and years of class dis ated about ii miles north of Stanford on thw U'nu Richmond is noted for. The trip ' n. up uiiiii ins (ie.1111, w 11 Cures tuts brunch, old sores skin due.iset, Hush llranch piVe, opposite the old church. There nicii occurred pri- - tinction in the government have done clever young manager of tho Louisville necessarily made on horseback mm ur , ,1 .m corns, bunions, i.iles, lislul.i, scratches, halter .ire about 50 acres In wheat and re; the balance i iu uir t'uiisuuatuion oi inu Journal their perfect work. Kxcessivo and un- Store at this place, was married at Mr. burnt, dew pui&unand brui'es Wherever it li.n of the farm well et in timothy Good dwelling nn ii,.ii. " ...uliifnrim.il I hut inv horse. aim. splendid and kitiiien and " in nnv wUer af just taxation is tho original, the fruitful J. I). Hayes', in Louisville, Wednesday been used it hi- - icn wonderful satisfaction and of four rooms watered and fenced. a Possession new courier. If Mr. can .tl,.l. ii'nt-i-...-- . .lilt fltl.l , soreness is remarka- barn: is ell its propenni) lor retiiotiii .. " ,, ,a wasiiaineo, was be anen immediately. I or particulars, so and .vv source of all our ills. We have expend- night, to Miss Rertha Altsheler, a pretty ble. Numerous testimonials will be MfttrcdMade Dailrv, Stanford, or write the undersignedJ. P. "" at ruler was a little worse appear in tills space at a later date. uill I dare say the v n, n xtraordinary man and the ed 10 years getting together on this para- and attractive damsel not long from K WITHERS. Cmunnati. Ohio. Nana lu uy for wear as well. However, I am glad -J. II. MICr.IN'S, Stanford, Ky. compliment him with mount issue. At last wo are together. The ceremony was performed mfu went and tho scenes, wuicu 1 was rupiu-l- a vote of thanks. We stand upon high, upon solid ground. by Rabbi A. Moses, and yesterday the forgetting, have been familiarized and lTotico of Incorporation. A society has been formed in Now Victory, if not within our grasp, is yet couple arrived and took rooms at tho 1 am not sorry of it. yiSSE sjH( sz Tf'ra"'llinny,rvW within our sight. Is it possible that any Portnian House. A long and happy life Richmond has bad a heavy snow and York for tho examination of brain. Dr. Leidy has been elected president and as- sauu democrat anywhere can believe it to Mr. Manes and his bonnie bride. Notice Is hrrebj Risen that A. C Sine, John N the merry jingle of sleigh bolls nas been Menefee, Joseph Scserante, I. M llracc, luun.is sociated with him aro Drs. Osier, Milder, good, or wise, to abandon this position Many of I., bhelton, John A. Allen, J. 11, I'axlon and their n finnilinr wound since it fell. DEATHS' DOINGS. so much muter associates have incorporated themselvr pleas Pepper, Spitzka and others. Letters of advantage, reached after the name ol "The Odd Fellows' Hall Association tho young folks have enjoyed that outlay, and to advance Mrs. P. P. Ballard, an aunt of Mrs. ol Stanford Ky " travail and have ant sport, in fact it was their first oppor- latge been written by the society to a through a morass of uncertainty upon W. F. Dillion and Mrs. The it to purchase Joe Cofley, died site in object cl tho incorporation thereon a bricka number of prominent politicians, Stanford, Ky., and erect l.shS, and they took advantunity since building according te such plans and speculations statesmen and mliiisteis, including tho rille pits and masked batteries of an at Richmond, aged Mi. tage from early morn till late at night as may be agreed on. Phillips Brooks, Chauncey M. Depew, enemy, who laughs in his sleeve as he The .lutlioriiod capital stock is $13,1)00. divided Cattle of the best grades aro in de- into shares ul $100 each and pa)ab!e in weekly James (1. Blaine and Dr. R. Herbert waits to welcome us with bloody hands "Sitt beneath thclniflale ou each share mand in Cincinnati at o; good to choice stallinents tit so cents commence Keb .14. 1S91, And felt caUi other's hand, &...' The corporation shall Newton, requesting permission to exam- to hospitable graves"" years. twenty-livbutchers 4 to 4; feeders 2 to 41; hogs and continue uf the corporation are to be conductFranklin anil U race streets, which aro ine their brains and quite a large numThe aflaiis WAYNESBURG. contracts, and ber have given their are active with best at :.!)o; sheep aro ed by a Hoard of seven Directors, a President, a not torn up with a.reot consent. It is said ecretarv and Treasurer, to be Mrs. F. P. Curtis, of Somerset, is strong at oj to . which, by the way, ure the fashionable, that the brains of all great men and woE. H. elected annually the first Tuesday in January liability amount of Commodore Caldwell, of Fishing 'The highest corporation indebtedness or itself streets in Richmond, were tho popular men aro irregularly formed, little hills visiting relatives here. J. It. Schoefler can subject to which the is TOffSOUIAL ARTIST,H of poplar lumber to Creek, sold to Owens, of Uoyle, a yoko fj.ooo. resorts for tho sleighing public and they and valleys showing themselves on tho shipped a of the stockholders shall be ex- l'rtsate oxen, raised by him, at empt from property debts. Keb 14, i3.;i STANFORD, KENTUCKY, presented a happy scene indeed. The surfueo mid these irregularities are to bo Nicholasvillo last week. J. L. Kountz of coriioratu A C, SINK. Has a first c.'ass Uarber Shop on Main street, ophandsomely painted cutters, drawn by studied as a phrenologist studies bumps. says stranger came to bis house Feb. 4, :i.:!o. Thoy were the largest that ever posite Puriuian House, and invites a share of your JOHN N. MENF.IKK. blooded and fiery steeds and occupied Why this examination should be con- who has not much notion of leaving came out of the Waynesburg hills. patronage Prompt attention to outside calls and JOSEPH SEVERANCE, I1RUCE, I. M. spccia attention to ladies and childrcr. Work A. W. Smith waa notified Thursday by blushing maidens, with cheeks aglow fined to great men is not understood. soon. It'sa bouncing big boy. Mrs. K. done i the latest style with neatness and dis- THUS. I..SIIIU.TON, pau. JOHN A. Al.LE.N, Jsl to a mouth watering extent, was n joy- If any good is to come of experiments S. Gooch, formerly of this place, but that his mare, Ella Hopkins, now at TerJ. II. PA.VION. 104. im ful and thrilling sight and many a of this sort, why not select some of tho now of Somerset, is visiting her mother, ra Haute, to be bred to Axtell, had inllriu man watched with scoundrels who infest society, and see Mrs. Padgett, here. Al Hughes, who dropped a handsome lllly colt, a full sisBlue-Gras- s 1 kissttsliisdsWsflsSsLifl ;?' istf ul eyes the youth and buoyancy of what developments can bo made in that went to Barbouryillo about a year ago, ter to Genova S., 1: 191. Danville Advo BrfrV vilsBssssswIVlMKfwnstirSJsB no doubt wished for a re- direction. It might be well also to ex- moved bis family back to his old homo cate. thocity and IFOIR, turn of tho happy days when ho was a amine the brains of some of those who here last week. J. II. Caldwell pur- - Tll(J n ii:psiniUinl of tl thing of the present instead of the past. imagine they aro great men, but whoso chased a tract of and containing Aa ItoutB wI1 publW Jm ClUtion 'f I will sell privately, at a bargain, my tarin t I think I have told everything of in- conduct qqq 0f pamphlet describing all Tim-idevelops more egotism and acres, lying just west of town, of t.ooch t Crib Orchard, Lincoln county, Ky. terest incident to my trip ami I fear impudence than genius or talent. Gooch, for id an acre last week. LI-- htir Lands, Coal and Mineral Lands, r This farm formerly known as the Jac. i.uc'st (HI hfs appoint-- 1 proved and unimproved Farms have proved uninter- Whether any of the contains many things that that are A. J. Pike failed to great men many of your readers, hence of Kentucky have been written Saturday and Sunday on for sale on or near the lino of the road. esting to to for tnent here last Acres Excellent Land, ' imoiicauou "Y bo borne by the with th'iB so called eplatlo uiy correspon- permission to examine their brains after it... .u:uuv n( ...... water. W. II. Will .""V" "T0"0.0 u.R. R. 'Co. and wo In prime condition, and well unproved, Ijing HTJSTONVILLE, KY. mo n.kn.. v,. llllfll dence will cease for a while. I am ex- tho termination of their windy pilgrim- Hicks, sawyer at J. K. fcchoellers mill, ask Faiimkiw ami Land owners having partly in the limits ot thctown of Crab Orchard, Are still in the business and ready to do anything We have a fall the L. t N R R, ceedingly grateful to those who have age upon earth, has not been mado went to his home at Borketsville, 0., property for sale to send accurate de- - onThe farm is limited nearly equally by fhe pike stock in the Undertaking line. all kinds and Kobe of Cases and Casketsof is not Bcription of same, giving location, char- - leading South front town, there bem,: 175 acres on of every descri(.tiun Our hearse, which is nearly peregrinations and to those known to the public. Sunday to see his mother, who followed my house. obt titled on short notice Mr acter of soil, nature of improvements, if the East side oil which is the mansionrooms, be- - new can becharge of cur business and will J. 1. show brick of 7 Green has large, roomy and expected tohve who have read with interest my jottings unj.( pric0 und terIWi tQ iil- - kilrhen. .Tv:llit's bouse. Stab'e. M alld Oil our goods to any one neediuir anything in on Kd will S. Van Zile ia tho author of a thankful. I would like to I am equally has also a comfort- - le the Tho Kansas legislature has only tho , ftt earliest possible moment, in order not able West side i..j acre, which ac, Ir.nuo resilience, reward them all, but for the present can poem on the death of the devil. He I will sell the place as a whole, or if desired only wish them the good fortune of bet- bus written a graphic obituary ofjhia Sawillsell either of the tracts singly. Either will el- time, but wo want tho first number as make an cUfant and comfortable horre, coiven tanic majesty, but fails to ii'form us ing final adjournment, The granger ter literature in the future. lent to schooh, churches, good turnpikes and the 2 Houses and Lots in McKinney, ement has been greatly disappointed in complete as possible. Answer by I could not wish, nor do I hope for a how ho received information of his failing to secure legislation in behalf of t0 p. S. Mordaunt, Commissioner of mails railroad. desirous of inspecting tho place w ill be Uoth desirable homes lor information and Persons teriin.,adJrevi favorito reform measures, every one- niigratiou, caro 1). G. Khvards, G. P & shown over it by James Hays, now residing on the uioro pleasant time than this visit to my death. Figuratively speaking ho is said MRS. SUSIES ADAMS, effectually scotchA. Queen und Crescent Route, Cin-e- jt premises. For terms apply or address uie at Dan- sister's family haa been. With every to bo going about earth, as a roaring li of which the Senate 16V, West Main Street, cinnati, 0. Lexington, Ky. nfj-J AS. W. GUEST. wish and thought gratified, a sojourn on seeking whom ho may devour, but - n TT. TISlia C. U. til Wl.ll. A Kit ItMONI), "v. .""'v ..I... n I t0 ii. nruorii 1L1UUC jA.MlliC. MJ)MJ c, fa-- 1 i Kates $2.50 Per Iay. RIOVATED IMPROVED. , i ' hh, ., ..,,. 'PJ-r- , Fine and Staple Groceries, 1 I i j I II. int-r-.st- s n ing j 1 ,,.,,. 1 fa-- 1 1 . ;..,,. ,,,,,,.,, 11H """ ;"-'"- - ") ""-an- d j A HARDHT. s ,'Ked i " pi" J The Old Reliable Jeweler i in the Lead. cjL-rSirc'' won-derfull- y 1 e.! A. R. Penny Jewelry - j j j Watclies j - ZZi2' ; j 1 ,jt , j iK Ffl. Jl'T tiTri nWc?E.&. I . cue-sho- R & nil r O CELEBRATED us OLDS ', 'ONSUMPTIOM HOTEL. THE ' , MPWCOMR well-kno- RILEY HOUSE, ttr. .. A11lal !; t o S3-t- t. e Kl' BATE 3Tarm Por Sale. 1 "-- " ,- 1 I 11 .i i ,.,.,,,,, 1 ,.., v 11 ' 1 tier-man- y. 96-i- y 1 , 111 NsW'bvPfiisK FARMER, , e t, car-loa- d SMSdri-poiuin- d 11 , 1 oa-6- gray-heade- Choice Farm SALE. 1 Im-de- j home-stea- d, ; ia 280 J.T. STJTTOIT & CO., j 11 well-bui- 04-- FOR SiXXE. . Itn-it- t. . '5,' u sT- M&-- - , S.&. kS. . V. . S44-L- . 'Ws.. .o'i4. ' -- &M wS9Fa Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal March 13, ISO Stanford, Ky : W. P. WALTON. The protlts of tho sugar trust havo been $11,000,000. A Boston tea lirm has failed for John Wilder, a noted desperado of $100,030. the Cumberland Gap section, was shot The Minneapolis Tribune has been and killed by a slienti's posse while trysold for S 100,000. ing to evade arrest. Congressman Hreckinridgo is seriJames (.'aider, a Middlesboro street ously ill at I'ensacola, l;la. contractor, has skipped, leaving a nume G. W. Pulliam sold to C. T. ber of unpaid bills, besides $1,000 or Now York combined gelding for more of borrowed money. a NEWSY NOTES. San-didgO. DID YOU SEE To give our customers who have The rush at the Louisville Store last weeh nob been able to come to town last iveeh, :$ M Pv I J The National capital.' Aktkk an unparalleled contest, Gen. Tho New York Presbytery has deTo ihe Kditor Interior Journal. Jolin M. I'iiltiH'r was elected Senator of SID Washington, March 0. Mr. Harrison from Illinois, Wednesday, two of the cided against deaconesses by a vote has never been credited ith having an voting with tho to 21. three farmers' members President Harrison refused to par- over supply of backbone, but he has just noble 101, which had stood by hint from don John C. Kno, the New York bank given indisputable evidence that he can tho first, convinced that their man ANOTHER CHANCE Ve '1i ! i'i i 4 ; (. r ff hJ R , 1 babe and herselfat Pelican he nominated James II. Neatly to be ids, Minn. 1'nited States District Judge for Idaho, Lord Saulsbury has agreed to arbi- but owing to the active opposition of trate the Uehring Sea trouble and there the two Idaho senators and other repubwill be no war. licans the Senate adjourned without actDr. Hreyfogle was again elected ing on the nomination. Now Mr. Harpresident of the Motion Railroad ami rison has appointed Mr. Ncatty to bo to Stoel: Shoes, four new directors of his following were judge, and lie will sit on the bench until weeh', we a to chosen. again, even if his nomthe Senate meets Mrs. John Dunn, of Texas, attacked ination should then be rejected. Aimth a burglar who robbed her house and er exhibition of the obstinacy of Mr. on a when ho attempted to kill her with an Hnrrison was his going oil' ax shot him dead with a Winchester. week's hunting trip, instead of settling The Buckeye, a small steamer ply- the question of who shall be the nine A Cincinnati paper remarks anent "Time is ing between Puget Sound ports, is re- judges of the Tnited States Circuit temperance question: tho Wm-slP.fJ- . v Look proving the folly of extremists on the ported lost in a btorm, with the crew and court, provided for under the new law, pleasure which he was urged to do by many Su $G, big either 20 passengers, who were on a subiect of linuor regulation. of choice prohibition nor free whisky is a suc- trip. to members of his party, who do not wish to The State department has received to leave here until this matter U settled. cess. A fair license tax, with local opown in. K',,1. Phhln- States that have Brazilian papers containing the decree of It is thought that it was to get away is the thing. tion 7 Shoes adopted this system stick to it. Other the president of that Republic on the from this gang that Mr. Harrison went (roods. Oil Mat- States in which visionary enthusiasts reciprocity agreement with the United on his hunting trip, but it will do him Goode, A'ofions. cyu., from States. uu have controlled have been shifting i no good, for these fellows will never weeu James A. Simmons, on tiial in prohibition to free traflic, and vice leave heie until these prixes are distrib n v u i,lu auto (o ucl: ufjc uj for assisting in the wreck of the uted. until they have settled down to a versa, , Believing that it would be but justice has been found poljcy of common sense a policy the Sixth National T 7 1 Commercial Gazette lias advocated for guilty of the embezzlement of S02l,000 to have the democratic party represented in these appointments, a nuimVr of years, amidst the abuse ofcianky prohi- worth of bouds. At the New York bench show prominent democrats have decided to lawless whisky bitionists on one side and dog, held present the name of Representative Cul Main Street, Stanford, Ky, were Pievna, a A. I'RHANSKV, heads on the other." Sir JJudivure at bt.rM,n, of Texas, to Mr. Harrison. Mr. nt the price of If the woodcock has any further re- $.'0,010; Carl, ?1,0,0 0 and several at $!., Cnllerson is recognized as one of the Bucklcn's Arnica Salve marks to make, or feels to reiterate his 000 and $10,000 each. ablest lawyers in GonirrofH, and he was IIkIyiimIu ii th wurlil for ciin. br . nr. historical exclamation, he now has the ore, trticr, I.a) Several tires, disastrous in their reol'd ('ongres-s- , bin oiet, til' t..xl but to the ,. Ku. Pittsburgh sutlers friends aiv thnt he would resign if ap- ltlhjij., ihii.i..in, vru ad BOll pay itrn lloor. The Graves county farmers' un- sults, are reported: jmr lion, m.t t.n.invt l lire ml, or I Ujlili I'i ti r, Krwin for to the extent of $500,000; Chicago was pointed to the bench, as the judicial du- ed. It i. i;ur.nifc) t tfie r L v N. ion has nominated tili :ent and refused to indorse visited by a $200,000 blaze, and a Peoria ties would be more congenial. It is not or moiiy relundol l'rice j$ Ky. ytt lot the State Senate I'er alc by A R 'miv. Sttutord. I'n lr m "L Clardy for governor, because he has liredestroyed 580,000 worth of property. probable, however, that Mr. HartiMMi il M J Th Ktrst Step been "indiscreet and reckless enough to Henry C. Lamar and Mis Louise will give the democrats even one out of run dotra, iH't et. i J cuKss lrhl' submit his claims to tho action of tho King Connelly wero drowned in the ca- the iiitirtneiv judges. uleep. cn'l think- -, an't do aujthitii; & yon winder wht ih wfactmn. Louisvillu Times. nal at Augusta, Ga. They were condemocratic party." Representative Suyers, of Texas, who houli! min, yu ouUfclmj Oic. rt Ike Med a m. Kcii.urini; ami prompt This looks like the alliance is disposed nected with the oldest and wealthiest has to a largo extent taken the impor- tp mo nrtrii ,,tolratlo. w ill (mil Ihti and Klrv liu Bunn yo U ' ly cioni. into politics and families of Georgia and South Carolina. tant place so long and so ably filled by touic fnr rMlormfc ymr mrou to run their business remedy hcallhv tondilUm Miinn.. Ic. ir, democrats should be clmrry of going David II. Ponton, a leading lawyer the late Representative Samuel J. Ran notwal.th- ncof thin Xtve Ionic ad Altvramc lollow H'int'Wjilolit'H :i "VVorl. iccl. dneUitm n rci re rriurn.nail move. blindly into the of Tennessee, was shot and fatally dull in the House committee on appro- v... ...iu awl kidny rwmme h ihv t.on All ,, . and thelurr . ' cir . "OOils i.it.inlnrii. ky. wounded at Memphis by Col. II. Clay priations, has made a statemeut showing Try i bottle I'me jo eeU at A. K I'ennj Seen short horses as Congressmen King, who is also a prominent attorney the Ihe amount appropriated by the olst dturi ! Caruth, Dickerson and Kllia cavoiting of that city. The shootiug grew out of congress to bo in excess of one billion A Llttlo Girl's Bxporlenoo tn a Light against Cleveland makes us very tired. House. stop a moment w and six million dollars scandal. the Men Tretcolt re keeiwri l ih Mr and Mr. Jt would have been plenty of time claiming to be 137 and think of that immense amount of C.o Liichlhuu e al Sand Hach, Mtch , at.l air Tobo Lewis, AP"' ' mouths hence to have heard from them years of age, is in the Chattauooga work- money. He has also suggested a prac hle.,ed.thadaJKtr 4 y with men. I Mlo a eT 'vil a M.WIORI), if the country could not possibly do house. He says he has had nine wives, tical way to reform the expenditures of the a taken liuwi tnrrtias into a DmloM dreadful .mih and Ivan and at Detroit treated her, hut in vain; without some instruction from that and is the father of 10 children. He the government that is worthy of care- at grew worM he rdlv until he waa a mere source. You never hear men like handful of tope.M IhHi he tried Ur Kmg 1 evidence showing ful consideration by the new democratic New l)muery and aftcrthe need! t and a hall has documentary and Bteckinridge go oil" Dr. cured. House. He thinks that there should be hetltr wa completely i worth They him to be over 100 years old. Kinic'r. New Iiotcry iteuMi" Row like the learned triumviate noted Association has or one committee of not less than 15 mem- vet yon way fcet you a trial betlle tree at A K The American We arc closing out our stock of G tubs' Imperial, Iron Ilcnm, Chamabove, and then have to eat ganized a new ftise ball club for Cincin bers upon the expenditures of tho gov- iVnny'ktlrug .tore. pion and Oliver Steel and Combination Plows AT COST. When we tho season of humiliation. Mllud' Norvo and Mvor Pills nati and secured a temporary injunction ernment instead of a separate committee Actun a new principle regulating the her, say cost, we mean cost. to prevent the league from taking pos-- i for each department as it is now, A ne As kxi'ecteu and as he eminently tnm.ii.ti and IkwiIi through the nerc. We have taken the agency for the "Villain" Chilled Plow, the com .Mr. Sayers says in advocacy of this duoivery Dr. Mile i'lilt tpeethly cure biliou be, Mr. M. II. Smith was elect- session of the lease and franchise sold to torpid liver. pir, coitipatioi change: "It is a fact which cannot be new, Id tait. men. women, childiew hnwllcat, inj Plow, and these must go to make room for them. L'ntxjualed for ed president of the Louisville & Nash- by Al Johnson the other day. cent. a m pie free v loae. miliiMt surct Choice lot ol home jjrown Clover, Timothy, Orchard Grass and ville railroad, one of the greatest and "William Dubney Strother Taylor, a disputed that no single one of the at A. K l'enny'i, Stanford Oats. of President Zachary Tayior anil al com mil tees upon tho expenditures in counbest managed corporations in tho Tho Finest on Earth. Oliver Chilled Repairs at reduced prices. try. Mr. Smith is a graduate in railroad tho oldest Burviviui: member of the fam- - the departments has within the last The Cin. iiinati, Hamilton ,V Dayton R R i investigated the the only line runnuiK Pullman1 Perfected Safety Full stock of Hardware and Groceries. affairs and is recognized as one of the ily, died at his home in Jefferson coun- three Congresses ever Ve.tibule.l I rain, with Chair Parlor. Sleeping most uble of mauugers. He is exceed- ty, aged No. He strikingly resembled expenditure of any department and re- nnd Dimnc Car wtvHx and tethe Cincinnati, only line i Chic.mi A C SIM J N MKNKKRP. ingly modest, however, and has never his distinguished uncle in form and face, ported the result of their investigation I'lirbUKh Ri lining Chair Car bttwecn Cm-to the Home. In truth, these commitnnati, Keokuk and Snnniclicld, III. and Sleeping as well as character. received the just due and credit that reCincinnati to Mackinaw; and the A number of Kentucky people who tees have rarelv ever held even a single Cr ally belongs to him. Only Direct Lino bought town lots at Ilarriman, Tenn., at sitting during any Congress and the con- - Iktwen ( incinnali. Da) ton. Lima, Toledo, Decopies Mr. R. C. fancy prices, are expected to put up sequence has been that nothing has re troit, the Lake Regions and Cinl. the State ol The Courier-Journa-l The best selected stuck and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. Ihe road i ne of the oWett ill Warren's letter and the comment there- - more money or loso what they have al- - sulted to the House from their organiza- Ohio and the only line enteritis Cincinnati ocer .5 I.IMIKZSK. SASH, record t n and from lit ol on from this paper ana says he is one mi(ly pnt ill( limi th0 prospect is not tion. If a general committee of 15 were nulei thani.inl.le track, pntront tpecd, comloil auu note aure it DOORS, of the best and truest democrats in the 811niciently encouraging to justify fur- - organized, possessing the same dignity safety Tirket.un tale every whrre, ami tee that lhe S&ZINC.I.1SS, on Mr ther risk. Georgetown Times. State. There is no discount and enjoying the same powers and priv- rtttdC.tl AD. cither in or out of Cincinnati, Verandah and Stairuork at city prices. Warren's democracy and he has the on Ways and llidianapuli. or Toledo.O MeCORMICK. A public ball at Kilgoie, a miming ileges as tho committee K. (ienerall'atteniiiranil luket Agent Jefleraonian qualification for office, be- hamlet on the Newport News railroad, Means and the committee on Appropriing honest and capable. war Catlettsburg, terminated in n battle. ation", it cannot be doubted that such a TiloiiMWici-- i I'oisouctl. We carry a full stoik of ivirythini' found in a .rk 01 llrarl D sesse. Dr Over 100 shots were fired, and when tho committee would be able to furnish tliB In a r.i. ptvon Mi Kinley, who had a little tariff bill '- -' Fr.11 miled lamps were relighted it was found that House with biich information and ad- manv nIn w Vil.'i otHrtiing fictv 'riio'itniidsi of named for him, is out in an interview tli'U!lv-art )v iy I'.vimir.c our designs ami spet iticatmns befmc httinp jour contract six men had been seriously wounded. vice as would lead to a very great re- pouine thpm.Pit... tfjisuntn ii.i1 nl li tie predicting a sweeping republican victory la eiiffee. toulcolii.!. 'llmcaie Honrt Whlpn, for buildii ;:. At least four cf the men are reportad duction of expenditures ami a thorough SINK M- MKNF.FFK, Stanford, Ky. in 1802. Tho trouble about McKinley is In lit r.ipl'l')'. tfra'.u "V it reform in the administration of tho pub- c'uHM'igi.ui.ti pimliii'inif hnrineof hreiilli war-Icfatally hurt. when It enough to realize that he hasn't s . hungry Bill Crawford, the Indiana murderer, lic service. What do the House and mii;.. urns in iUo mid ihouldi-ifinally ".r' ' ' r' ' d that a house has fallen on him and the who refuses a rehearing of hU case and country know of the expenditures un- Htict faint Irr.iHleil heart Kur wenki'iHil nnJ party which enacted tho robber bill insists upon the execution of tho origi-ne- l der the several laws making indefinite Hie .n atli ei cm where hihly niunumiil tho New (urn il scovr"l by Dr. KranUlln his name. that bears contract thnt ho he hanged next Sat- appropriations? Tho expenditures and Miles v.iiitiii!,fi.rbiiii!!t A.lt.rnin-.Stnforurday, deserves a monument at the methods of administration under these Tt:o '.Voiulcrful Towor. On our fourth page is printed a splenKlSel Thi- Inn si hirurtura in Ihr nr il did speech by Gov. McCreary against hands of his surviving and grateful permanent appropriation acts are Tom-rHut tliegront h nt I. r mt "I am guilty," says Bill, tically unknown to Congress. What do Dr Krnnkliu MiIp i rrrtnin to of subsidies in general and the Hawaiian puii.intliig lnm Congress and tho country know about toHir rnr lnMlth. it This womli'ifnl liuni.iri tn'di. cable subsidy in particular, which kept and everybody knows it." ti"ive ' ImiIUs up Hi.rnout attorneys for Mr. Charles I'. the internal administration of tho tini'in, cure Ills The that steal from passing Congress. It is spnMiiN. In n liicli iierion piiiir.iimii. tltl-ne- . Wednesday asked Judge' Hag- - sion office, the patent ollict and tho nntn y pmiit, li f'li iMini. riuul, mighty good reading and wo commend ner, of the criminal court of the District bureau of internal revenue and tho sev-- trouble.ml u: Mr. Jnlm It. Mil or. of Vilia-m,oI its careful perusal. J D. Tnylor ol l.oirtmtport, Intl . eaiiin '.' pound .1 mm'li wlnli' tnking Columbia, for a postponement of his' eral bureaus of tho war and navy it. I'mcly illustrated tirntlise on inrvou until Senator Voorhces's health partment?" The democrats elected all the municimul hamph' liotllii or thu Ktmloratlre Mr. Sayers has another good idea too Nernnc.lftcatA.lt IVnay' who Kuaranteo pal officers in Bangor, Belfast andBidde-ford- , would permit his attention to Mr. Kin-- j IL Agent fur the elehratc.l STI'DKIIAKHs W XtiOS aid Ol.ier Cli lied I'Ijv He I have tust nteived should not bo overlooked. Maine. Rather a black eye for caid's interests. Tho request was I-oa brand new tn. k and full line cf t, aits ALo luvf ll.e I). ks etd Cutler, which is concecdcd Reed, but then everybody kicks a man fus"d, however, ami the trial will begin thinks tho House should elect a penna-ne- xt the Lest one made Monday. when he is down. Allies ol' nent chairman ef tho committeo of the A mob assembled at Mt. Sterling whole and the committee of the whole Saturday, Much jith and It took two months and 154 ballots to Wednesday night to tnako short work of on tho state of the Union. In speaking forlltil will Iv rercivud till hriilgingCreek McAdain-iing- Heavy and Shelf Hardware, Salt, Iorimn roc ry l.ni it A inf furnish yi u almost anything you need in and the srading, masonry, r lUoiliral lidacco. the Hardwnio Tumplkt', the Stanford and I.osant finally got John Wiggenton and his four sons, who of this he said: "It has been a noticeaelect Gen. Palmer, but he about two miles in length Call at I) V. and examine profilr. tpeclficatioin, fi.c thero and tho will of the people was res- are confined in jail there, chnrged with ble fact that those chairmen have been i: T. I'KNCK, 1'rt'iuent. pected. with poisoning William Ferguson and appointed by the Speaker, from time to his family. The good people of the town time, at the instance of the gentlemen CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. prevailed on those who composed the whose bills were to be considered, and mob to await further developments and very often it has been the case that the By a vote of 30 to 27 the constituSealed bids will he received for the erection of a A. School House white School District No , ' tional convention refused to adjourn it was quelled for a time. rulings of such chairmen have not only miles north of in a Stanford, until March 7, A at Tor plant and specifications, aprly A regular pitched battle was fought been at variance, but have led to the o'clock p. March 2a, to reassemble August 23. at al the ollice of the County Miperintelidani constitutional convention fin- by a number of desperate men at a suspicion that thero was an undue lean- Stanford. Wi- rescrvr the right to accept any bid Tlio fyj VjMjtKg sV iVfek 03 or reject all bids lor snim. sb B B iV ished up the report of tho Committee on place called ''Hell's Half Acre," near ing towards tho opinion expressed by uiven (il.O A IIKNKDICT, Chairman. PORTKU KOIilNSO.V, Truitrc. Education Weduusday and adopted it as Cumberland Gap, Sunday night. Hugh the gentlemen in charge of the particuJohnson was shot through tho head and lar bill under consideration whon a a w hole. S The constitutional convention, nfter chest and killed ontright; Garrett South- question of order has been raised. This and for providing a few general limitations, rele- ern, shot through the thigh; Moses Gib- would be obviated by electing one man P. W GREEN, Proprlotor. gated the apportionment of senatorial son, shot through the bowels and not to tho position, making him independI have recently Caatnrla cttrra Colic, Constipation, "Cast orla Is so well adapUsil tochllilrcn tint and representative districts to tho legis- expected to live; Shelby Gibson, shot ent of tho Speaker. Mr. Sayera thinks Hotel and intrndtaken charged thispresent high Hour Hioinacli, DUrrlina, Kniotatlon, keeping it at I recommend It as superior to any prescription through leg; a bystander named John these two changes would result in re- standard. Special attention given its the traveling Kills Wonun, gheti bles.'), and iirouiotea di. lature. to II. A. Ancmn, Jt. D., tcow n to me." The convention decided 17 to 20 to Owens, hit by stray bullet in chest. ducing the current expenditures at least public. out Injurloiu liicillcatlon. 11) Bo. OxXord Bt, Brooklyn, N, Y, lc continue the tax for the A. & M. Col- The first two wero arrested last October 'M per cent. Tub CENTiuu CouriNV, 77 Murray Street, N. Y. Secretary Proctor, who has spent less lege and inserted the same provision for upon suspicion of being tho men who In connection. Also Colored Normal School, tho Feeble had shot young Morris Watts, a young time in Washington than any member tho Billiard Minded Institute, Deaf Mute School, Englishman, and tho fight was against of the cabinet, has gone on a jaunt that Pool those who had testified against them. will last a month. the insane sujyluuw, etc. Rap- Streator had made a deal with the republicans, which was distasteful to them. The scene when the necessary 10:1 votes were, secured was one that would have fired the coldest heart. The general made a short speech of thanks, everybody was happy nnd the goose hung high. Gen. Palmer was a brave soldier in the late war, has been governor of Illinois and hold other important ollices. He was born in Kentuekv and is worthy of his birthright. Tho Sucker State has joined tho democratic column. Arise and sing the doxology. wrecker. Mrs. O. C. Hanson hanged her one-year-- old be stubborn when he desires to bo. Some time before Congress adjourned will continue the Greatest sale of Clothing ever held in Stanford i FOB ONE1 MORE WEEK viahe room for our new Spring re compelled arrive nere tins And in order which will of cut prices and to-da- y New-Yor- at these rices: Men's Suits at So. worth $(: Mrn'x lilnnh worth $10; its at line Men's Cassimerc J'ants, your for SI .25, worth $2 S. Boas' Suits, sizes 12 IS, at S2.50. worth 35.50. vrice. Ladies' Shoes At eir Overcoats left at your n,,! goat all sizes at vjc, worth SJ.5(j; Men's 'ic upwards; all Dry fom Gents' Furnishing Hats, Carpels, Cloth, will sold einiallii as cheap, for this iiui, iiouiiz, onlu liuo Cufe T isntlj . -t Uleep a pair up. iarc uriiiins ai j roni Ba-ik- LUUIO V IIUHj MUKK n ld Proprietor. ex-Edi- tor rrl.t - 'i hl - . ( UI?t mK$ "T J4TT K I H I 210BT. FE1TSEL, ggLiMnss, i mmm. WATTCHfe I m-.itl- new-fangl- ed ti,. W.irr.ui kMinniu,.iiLf Specinlty. King-Pillo- 1 W- m, 1.... kW&uW'tmk A K. 1 Me-Crea- half-cocke- d crow-throug- - ed sever-nephe- w j run-l.ni- c Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, - , ut FLOORING, CKHJNfi, KUNDS, SIIING, WOVjSH- t pp-e- nt . viouU-eiiin- i. WmiE AITD SHiAT PENCE. FIHST CI, ASS LUMBER "CBJ&D. - - Liuic-oH'.- n-- ''" vx'-t- ,p-.- n 1I1 J". IB. Ih-.ir- i POSTER. j en. - , . 111 luppl-ncisiii- j pen-Kinc- aid - j 11, -- of . .111 de-tri- al re-'th- at Two To . -- 1 Turnpike. STAPLE ANT FANCY GROCERIES, Ce-r- I of Vanili-vee- r's To Contractors. 1 111. - H tci-t- d M-5HSR- HOUSE, n Infants Children. First-Class.Samp- Room and Parlors. 73- - 'S? r jt trrr Semi-Weekly '4rH' InteriqrJomal , Anotiikii barrel of good k rout just re' All kinds of field and garden seeds at ceivedatW. H. Itrady's. J. It. Foster'a. II. Shanks'. Fiujsii lot of Xoigler Hros.' shoes at S Cash Bargain Store, sloe S. Dit. NKW ADVKKT1SEMKNT8. Stanfoud, Ky - Mahcii 13, 185)1 Wajinku's Health Corset SI at the STATKMINT OK THE Belleview Stock Farm, Season of 1891. Year-Old Jones. 11. Financial Condition of Lincoln Count;, 4i 1,968 B.O.WALTON, 13UH. MEANS MtinoRor I'iiksii lot of wilt and seed potatoes J. It. Foster's. at on ear and WooLimiiKiK M JkllicoCoal nt lit centa cento delivered. W. II. Wearen. K. A CUims stltowml I.1AIIIUTII-.October, 1890 A!loannn BUSINESS. Yorn account ia tluo anil irmly. Call r I aLtl Bcttlo ami oblige A. It. Penny. Fhksii car of wilt, linio and cement at co. Itvy, estimated JrixiK Yaunon has more cast'fl of im- Mierifi lot collcitniK appropriation llulancc 011 lurniuki' It. K. A W. . Wearen's portance on the docket than usual 105 Contincciiteipcmcs lor current year, e- tinialeil JrsT received our springstock of gnnls' in nil. Ho held court Monday and Tues- Dentil on acct. r,( delinquent!, estimated day and will hold forth fine shoes from Kinerson'sfsonH. Severto-da- ln'' "ti lided to jidioti. 70 . ilelu of Ji 5,000 40000 900 m BELLEVIEW WILKES (3 1399-i- . t Record of a 1,13$ "6 975 en Soo 00 o y)i in a Hacc 7 i,i to ance Son. Monday nnd Tuesday. Go and examino the linu of clothing PERSONAL POINTS. for men, boys and children, just receivMit. Tiioiinton 1'oitTKit ia lyiiiK nt tlio ed. Joo S. .(ones. oiut of dcatli. Yof i get 10 cunts per pound for Mas. Jot: II MiDi.v, of CumburliuuUinp, your liye geese feathers, opposite Port-ma- n is viriitifiK ricndrt . House. Joe S. Jones. Miw. J. It. Adamh ami lier two rliil-drc- n hnvobi'Cti unite sick. Tin: I.VTiiiiioit JoniNAi.'.s foreman reMit. ,M) Miih. Sim Woktiiam nrr turns thanks to Messrs. F. K Tribblu pjuiiiilinn u few iliiyn in I.sinnintt'r. and A. G. T. Smith for a useful ores-cu- t. Miw. it. K. Wksiikn ami Mra. lii'o. I). la-re- V union wont to I)anvillt'.WMlm'wlny. Mium ItiiMit: TiiitKKcarsof freight 30 jumped the track at Gravel Switch Tuosduy and one being overturned, whs wrecked. The family of Dr. 'A Alcorn, at Huston villi. damage by delay of trains was not Mit. C. S. Xiki.ii, tho head of the great great. coal mining firm at (iniyn, mih lie re thin eek. Tins oll'ice has just filled an order for Min IJiJTTlK I'.wros rcturnel jack bills from Daleville, Miss., sent by from a protracted viwit to l.ouia-vlll- Mr. John F. Mr I tenth for C. W. Coch-raNo pent-uI'ticn confines the I)n. W. C'unno Kr hanks of Cincinna(Hiwers of this print shop. ti, Ih viHitiug the family of hlri father, Mr. It was our intention to get out a douJ. W. KtilNiiikH. ble number this time, but continued illJinn-,iv- jji S. Hilton, tho ntirring Mil ness rendered it inijKJs-sihlto prepare City merchant, is in tho ombraceH the matter. We hope not to bo in this ' of n chm of la grippo. condition always and when wo get out Mhh. M. I.. In.km, of Krin, Tcnti., is of it, look out for a big spread. is ibiting Iter uinnti, Mr. ami Mih. Itwuc Hamilton, of Rowland. Ju:Sk KitA.sc k, Jii, haslwcn appoint Cait. John H Minis of the Cuinber-lam- l ed imunt for Lincoln county for the Wal Valley lirunrli, lmn been on n viwit ter A. Wood machines and will keep a . to hit firotlier, Mr. Frank full stock of machines, repairs and twnc. ami little brothor, in the basement of tho extension to Mh. Tom I..mk .lohuuy, went to IHtinvHiV Thurwlay to Sevorunco Son's store, now being put vMt their father, Mr. I,. M. Uley. up. Mil. Uiciiakii Wai.tkh Iihh returiUHl To Hoiwr.HK.v. from Somerset, when he lias just Our busiuesH manager will bo at Danville Monday mid will be n large coutrct for pluHtering. Mis Katu II wi. w preaiiling with her glad to wait on thoo who wisli to adver MHtial lMMiity hihI grtu-iover MrH. Kt- - tise their horcs for tho present season. kin'a milHueiy Morw iliiring lier bj Thure is no better advertisiiu medium than the I. J. and particularly dos it Mtllt'U. Mih. M. 1. Id. kin, Heconiwnieil by imy to advertise horses in its columns. Mitw taunt MMif, went to Intiiumij-KiHr- i Tin: Odd Fellows closed the deal with Wetluewlay to lay in a supply of milMr. S. II. Shanks for tho Commercial linery. Hotel property this wcok for Mu. K. C. Walton returuotl yonlonlay S1.000 equal to cash, balance in as long morning from a delightful visit to Virtime as they want. Tho thanks of every ginia ami relieved the oditor, who wiw progressiva citizen is due the originator very ill, but Mill at bin post. of the scheme, Mr. A. C. Sine, for havMiw. IC. T. ltm'UHSTKK and Mlvn ing a tine brick block take the place of a I.ettio and tirneie Purling, who have ))i'en Hpemhng the uinter with Mrs .1. dilapidated wooden one. T (uino, in Dalian, Texas have returned Wk were unable U even be represent-o- d home. at the closing concert of the Woody Mil Jamk Maiikt writes thnt he has a Bros'. Convention, but we are told that private dinmtch from Danvursuying that it was a mtisic.il treat of a surprising naCol. Sam M. Hiinlutt is much better. ture. The amount of work done in live Thoiiflamla of friundn are praying for hi short days was fully demonstrated in recovery the excellent manner in which tho class Tribblo ami Mi Miw. (iiMiii.i: acquitted itself nnd was thoroughly enMattio Triblile brought the old gentle- joyed by a house full of people. The man in Wmlnundiiy and had a good members of tho dasa have formed a perlikcm-made of him for our gallery of manent organization and if they can ino togeuariaiiH. crease their number to 100 will secure Miih. I. M. Burn: has received infor- Mr. M. 1'. Woody to give them another mation from her family that Miw Mabel course. All admit that lie is tho finest Graves of Missouri, who visited here teacher of vocal music ever in this seclast summer, is very low with consump- tion. tion, and that her recovery is doubtful. Mu. J. V. Minn returned yesterday Tin: I'athuihr. Sidney Lewis, who from ltonnieville, where lie has been on murdered his father, Judge Wilson Lewa vacation a month or more, lhiring is in Harlan and tied, was lodged in his furlough he was made the reiiptcnt jail hero Tuesday by Detective 15. S. of n tlno boy. a present from Mrs Mudd. Simpson and Jailor Armstrong, of Bogersville, 'IV tin., where he was capCITY AND VICINITY. tured ashmt time ago. Mr. Simpson It. Fos- says that ho had wen a description of lot of shingles for sale. J. Lewis in the Courier-Journa- l ami when ter. he saw him hanging around town one - Tin. iitwT market priuo paid for egss afternoon he spoltid him as the man Joe S. Jones. wanted. He could see hv the shape of it outlined on iiis clothing that lie had a n. kiwis of fresh cHiidios, fruits, etc. , huge pisto' on, ami he did not proceed at just received at 15. ZiminurV. once to take him in charge. Leu is was Cahhaok, Onions, Sweet Potatoes and di inking, so ho got a man to fall in I'ickles just received at A. A. Warren's. with him and propose to tioat. The gramUated sugar for SI. suspect readily assented and the perllroisiis cents per pound, at formance was numerously repeated. Arbucklo'scollVo Finally when Lewis had gotten pretty the Cash Bargain Stoio. well under ay and was becoming quite Louisville hatter, Mr. communicative, the detective stepped up Thk 11. It. Gcoghegaii, sends to his numerous and asked all hands to join him in a customers hero n uniipio auiiouiicement drink. Lewis camo up with tho rest of his spring opening inclosed in n pen-n- and while standing facing the bar counshell. ter, two men walked up behind nnd i t K. C. Walton, which pinioned him. An examination of bis Tin: letter from appears in this issue, was intended for papers showed who ho was and Lewis was not slow in telling tho wholo story. last. It was mailed on tho lith and got It will be remembered that ho killed his hero on tho 10th. A beautiful mail father by shooting him from behind, as indeed is ltror. Wnnamakor giving tho old man was carrying an nrmful of us. Ho ought to return to tho "cheap understands it fodder, but Lewis says ho shot to save cloding" business. Ho his life ns his father was pursuing him better. with an nx. He is a great, big, strapAn entertainment will bo given at tho ping fellow, about '21 years old, with Opera House within a few days by tho little or no education and apparently pupils of Stanford Fomalo College, under not very bright. He docs not seem to tho nuepicea of tho Alumnao Associa- feel any remorse over tho murder, but tion. There will bo music and songs, takes things very easily. Ho had over recitations by some of tho young ladies $75 on his person when arrested and tho and beautiful drills and intricate march- M Tcnlibro pistol with which ho had es bv the three sections in tho calisthen-i- c killed tho old man. It was a six shootami gymnastic- class. Tho proceeds of er and but ono ball was in it, tho others tho entertainment will bo devoted to lmving been tired into the body of his the improvement of the college grounds. victim. Ho says tho balls were so largo Wo trust thnt the public will extend a ho had been unable to procure any to liberal patronage to tho object in view, lit it. Tho only feeling ho allowed at na improved premises not only add to nil waa when tho weapon was taken tho real beauty of a school location, but from him, and then ho remarked, "Take ia largely a truo indication of tho charac- it away, I never wnnt to see it again." ter of tho institution. Tlioro should bo Mr. Simpson said he expected a reward but one opinion as to tho object of tho of $1,000 for the man, but the governor entertainment. It will bo richly worth had only offered $200, hardly euough to pay the expenses of bringing him here. tho price of admission. VI-nowla- Kit it a uivm, of .lum-lioCity, it) tho iriiost of Minn (n'orgiu Wruy. Miw. IlirrriK Mi KiNMn in vmiting the y n. p llm-ris- t com-platt- ; sired ti trotters His daughters promise to make great liri) d marcs 'I hey have produced llrown, Libert, Oon- CHURCH AFFAIRS. !. Keller '1 homat, hvenint; bta- - i.irnet, I ast Choice, Nancy Hanks. North est, Vic uriaW likes, Owing tosickiifsM of Uev. It. II. Cald- .Maine bobmon and William'.. Markets b Die a has well, there will be no services at Walnut tator hatof 2record aof 1 124 and Nancy aHanks and a ic rd 14' j, third heat made in race t His grandson, she a ;ncter been beaten night, but there will ho Flat bv l'hallas has put 3 in the list. I'halla services at 1 1 o'clock on Sunday. mnnl Girl 1 i;l(. l'hallene 230 and ir'mius Ketu'il Three revivals are in progress at j JfH4 I Ite Stm k it a blji k stallion, bands t (enre Dn tator it Mayaville. At the First Presbytoiian hiKh, fueled in iVi i a handsome felb.v. and will speed He uasbrid lor a lertainly vire ol) addition''; nt the great stock h eitreinr will stand church there were 'rst He Ih.ll-lamon- Tin: Water Worka Company hns jajj. bought of William Welsh '20 acres of his 0 land, including Logan's Fort, the It u Halo and other springs for S.'i.OOO. The $1,778 84 o,.'ha."i,, wiund a i,,yt ana ,J others ft city lias promised to open a street to the copy. Attett: O. II. COOl'Klt.d'k. 2 30 or better works and this will give tho company A slaneo t the atiose pedigree will remlllv show that Uellesiew Wilkes it rich in the MnoJ r. peed U1C OCSl IIIC ttcuilll " ;R.- many eligible lots for building purposes t.eorge Wilket, 'ire of 71 prrf..riner in ....Mirrnu uj v and better) and that his blood hre..,i. son..of the "" iRhty '"... raiou t 7 Im the 2 in list at this aee ofifi. A portion of the land is a bank of solid bv licinc the srandtirn An an .lysis .file let irw't cdiiiitr will .how thst it ranks nmane the bet, trarlnr as It standard Kule 6 ) J.,, i .i ,.., tt.,kih,..8i,fc,.b,i,H..llulW,jk,., gravel, worth many hundred dollars. twice to Abdallah Sired by lit, tator 113 (tire of Jay Kye Soo 1 10, in si f he 10 thre times to Mambnno Chief. prtpotenj Mr. Welsh takes SI, 000 of the purchase rii.ill.u ,,'. Dire tur 1 17 and 10 otiiert in tlic ..... ,apccuy coiiiormaiion anu a trotter or h ntuvi,'. .. ,,s Haute, iu, tu, order liatinir list. Ind., trotted a half mile fn . .a, fimsh.nt: a close second to fi"e winner price in stock nnd uking everything in- j toirst dam Alice, by Almoin ,t att Kail at Terrc beinir timed separately in 27. He has repeatedly seconds, a 2 20 din After a Alexander's Norman 25 short teaton in the stud he will be sent to bitter hit Konc quarters in 35 we icionu dam Norma, to consideration it is the best deal the contidentlv exrect Mm to third dam ounn 'I man marc, by Coeur de Ket a mark close to 2 20 before the t. aton closes. He it one record and of the only three sons of Ked Wilkes with company could have made. Dr. Peyton, I.euii Ileus j re. ords better than 2 !0 makinR tho seaton in the Stale, and the other two stand nt $100 nnd ourtli dam Old 1'wyman mare untrated io ono of the largest stockholders, is taking Ilelleview Wilket will make the season of i8.,i at llelletiew Tarm i miles east of Ilurgin Almoin 31 (tire of fanny Witherspoon iftjj I'icdiiiMiit j 17!, and 35 uthert in a 30, aitto sire great interest in tho matter and ia satis-lieII At with tho of the danit ol Atatmter, years Return Privilege. that he lias an extra good thing. Kuhardxin 217)4, Catchlly4 2 18K. 215, J Kinder Limited to 30 approved iraret. Mares kept at reasonable rates, but not responsible for accidents ill the charmWilkes 1 iO, Acnlj tc 31 and Work on tho works will begin in two should any occur ed circle by Abdullah 15, ittd.iHi hlly Ander-toI) M ac tinw.i 1 v ,i - .. by Manturino Chivl 11; ad dam Kate by weeks. N II -- We will give $2,0 t. the first of his produce securing a record of a i'llot )r ia ,0 orbetter"and $oo to the first obtaining a record ol 2 20 "f better 2 20,0! ol l.ula 2 S HOW.MAN. is " V Z Nkakly -- 00 solutions have boon sent Normadams mroNorxal 217 t. May (JueenMedium of Norniun the 2 Jo, More Horse ft, 1st in to tho John Itright Biblical puzzle and mare,ctL t. by by Magnum Dunum. dam Slotuin b s. FOR THE BIGGEST- the next issue will tell who wins the Dictator, the sire of deorKc Dictator, for many obscurity and really nev ye. us lanKUithed prize, together with the answer and the er had a chance at the stud until he came to Kentucky; then 13 ears old and having up to references pertaining to it. Since our that time but 39 fruls and at 20 had less than 200 last these have sent in answers: foali.and only a few of them ueru out cf well lev. tallimit impart more speed bred mare Miw. K. It. II A.Shi oitii, Crab Orchard. his descendants, and betides the) have enduIN rance cornoined with level heads, lie is the Mrs. W.U. Park, Middlesboro. tire of it in the 2 3 or better list, 24 trotters and The trotters are headed byjayhe 0. P. Kim:, Crab Orchard. 4 pacers. Sec i 10, I'hallasa iji, Director 217. We do Mrs .1. M. Pollard, Flatwood. know another italiii n that hut three tich not oft vtith the fc.ime speed and number of heats (ieorge 11. Patten, Crab Orchard. Iwats btttirthan trotted Jay KjeSee has .1. C. King, Crab Orchard. jo. Director 57 and l'hallas 48, .1 total "f i'3 heats in 30 or better Miss Ida M. (ir.int, The returns of this year's trotting willsh'W Miss Maggie Livingston, Crab Orch that Dictator not only brcidt on throui; h his om aHd dauuhters, but also his Krahdsont arc putting urd. a immberuf horses in the 1 jo list His ran. Col Hambrick, has 1, C'oininamlcr 1, Dick t.oomer AND- Mrs. Kate Kirkpatrick, Maywood. Dirwrtor'', Junius 1, 1'halUin 2, I'retcndir 3, and Kndjinicn 1. Delineator lensont Dr. O. A. Traylor, Hubble, RKSOUKCKS. Tat en (87,719 at o eentt on the $ioo.$.775 4J 3. )' IolU at $1 jo 4 m ., KailruMd troprty, estimated 1,951 37 I iiriipilce dividend, timattd 90H C.h in treasury 1,209 J4 Dflinujuent lilt nUl for 40 u $''.379 J, 7 in the a o liM, in ,0 lit and crandsire sf 1 In the t?49, site lld 1 30 list, a shmvinR never before equaled by any other horse, living or dead, at same First dam Lady Castell dam ol llellcview Wilket ana two nthersth.it, barring accident, will crtcr the a 30 list this season by Shelby Chief ,ire 0 Rallo . Cascarilla HYj, &C, and the dams of Delineator a il and others.) Second iUmSlHe(lrial to waSen 7 38 in '76. by Thallob.i (son ol Alexander's AMallah and raniiy, nam 01 aterwitch, dam et Mambri- I0, atel, t 2 a4. i?k.lnf 2 27 amiStland dam o aterloo Sprite, 3 in the 2 30 list. Third dam.. , .. M.Mi,.tll, ...by Clark Chief 89 (tire of Crodie 2 mVi and e MWHIim nth. Sued by the Great Wikr, 339r r, ,' V th$v 2 Goo. 3 I Dictator 3862. ,,' """ 1 .1 rht, .iiic-scyi- 2 pre-e- nt 1 d S50 Cash, usual n A 11 A-- -- 111 1 4BARGiUNS SILVES-WARE 5K !WATC EES, CLOCKS, JEW ELRY Lint-aster- . 1 1 1 In the county, go to m Christian church li'; and tho M. E. church, North, 17 additions. Uev. W. Y. hepp.ird will preach in the Odd Fellow. V Hall this afternoon at I o'clock and each Friday afternoon during bent. He is tailoring hard to establish an Kpiscopal church hero and we hope ho will yet bo rewarded with suc- At $20 to Insure a Living Colt. W. B. IVBcROBERTS work guaranteed. HOGAIT. Day stallion, 1 MP SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO RKPAIRING and all At $10 to Insure. and told in 177'. for ?. In 1M)I it brought ShO, in iNU.fcWO, and in 1M12 I also have it now brings ?1 1,000 and ?'J,:;00 per front foot. best jennet jacks which ire noted Mr. C. C. Cline, of Lexington, ia ne- I woolwill serve lennctt as the for a jack, eolt and at and i5 lor a jennet and will serve mares gotiating for tho purchase of the Daughters College property. Nothing definite, At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. however, is yet known upon this sub fine mule jacks and will The other ject, but we are reliably informed nnd serve males jacks are case the aalo is efhappy to state that in At $10 to Insure. fected, Prof. John Augustus Williams I hese animals will standat my stables on the of tho instituwill retain the Somtrtet pike j miles south f Stantord tion he hns ho long and able conducted 7 MS II U(jlIM AN. Stanford and will have the choosing of his subordinates. -- Hnrrodsburg Democrat. A letter to Mr. . I. C. Cowan, of this city, from his sister, Mrs. Oeo.O. Itarnes, t our stables 2 miles west of Stanford on the from Scotland, conveys the intelligence shelby Cii) pike, this line)oung saddle stallion he permuted t" serve .1 marcs that tho members of the family are en- will good health. Mr. ltarnes At $15 to Insuro a Living Colt. joying tolerably is holding eouie good meetings, but lias Dft. ription and I'edigree He is a beautiful good many ditlicultics to contend witli in his dark brown, with .111. ill star and snip,hands mane high, and it lull 15V4 and ill, i)fjr-oh- l preaching, as the followers of the estab- commanding in appearamc and svmmetricul in form. Sired h King K.igle (the Atkins horc ) lished church throw every obstacle imd.uis bv Hamlet irst d im bv Star Ltgle-.iHarris aginable in his wav. They even started Donmirk, DJlans' gutidoyd.un by uagie Denmark car nagie til.i' k King bagle was the story that Mrs. ltarnes had recently was goi by Cabbie's l.t'tlligion , dam by Garrard was bv Washington Denmark died of exposure and neglect. They pond Chief. Hamlet by llishon's II imbletoman liar Denmark, dam iiy .Miller s iienmark ahead of him to tho towns ns' Denmark out reports Considering his fine sue, color, stlc and action. ho contemplates visiting. Danvillo Ad- together nil his miMt excellent breeding, we sub-divide- d hands high, foaled 1S85 Sired by KING C.KSAK. (lly Hogan's Administrator ' First dnin Carrie Allen, by Ashlend Jr Second dam by hir Kobin 'I bird dam by Gilmer llrown's Highlander. King C.etar.by Hogan's Administrator sire of cess. Major Landers 2 'lt) son of Administrator H7 Mc.Mahon a 21 and 6 others of Catchtiy a A lot ItllxlK) feet, comer 4th and sire in 2 30 , dam bv American Clay 34 , sire ol GranHome, Cincinnati, was bought by the ville 1 2, Maggie Hriggt 227 etc ad dam dim ib' and ttald Wilket Methodist book concern Tuesday for of Wilcox .d.un j by Mambrlno Chief 230) Ly Ked 11 Hawk,- 3d llogan will stand The lot was originally lOOxL'OO SM.OOO. Go to -- B. F. ROUT'S -- t$, FOR- ) - IN ALL KINDS OF- - Five Splendid Jacks, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Qiieesiisware, No- tions, Etc., S?A11 kinds ol produce taken in exchange at the highest market prices. pre.-ideti- cy SPRING GOODS. Our Spring Goods are now coming in and we EAGLE BIRD. I I . s vv vocate. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. think we have placed his services low. Care takenjo prevent accidents but no respon- Mbilitj should any occur AUo at the same tune and place we will stand the-- '2- - Farris sold to brood mare for ?".". J. K. A. J. Huffman a tine imported jack, well-know- n ut sui-vi- co is is W. Hay, llryantsville. andaition,and will serve mares It. nnd K. P. Woods sold to Jno. At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. It. Pepplcs a pair of mules for A ben will be retained on colts for season L. 1'. WOODb R II. 6 of (jeo. I). Wearen bought a car-loa- d corn of S. J. Kmbry at ?:t per bbl. C. A. Hedd has for sale IS loug yearlm ling mnlcB and ft long my stable i'j' Robinson sold to W. I. Will make the season oftSgj atcounty, on the miles lliehard Stanfrom Milledgevilic, Lincoln cattle at L'? ford ' Milledgeville- - Juke, a lot of Herrin, j $-'- Foil Salk. NJewcs and lambs. W. JOHN He a black, nearly have received most of our Clothing, Hats, and Men's Furnishing Goods. S. W3S3CXS. You are invited to call. Stagg & MeRoberts. hands high, of tine bone ADONIS "WHAT HAVE YOU GOT TO EAT?" Is a question asked the Grocer every day. - prospects for u tine wheat crop is extremely good. Mrs. Mnggio Carpenter b salo of fine Btock and other personalty occurs at her Don t place near llustonvillo fail to attend. The overnnient crop statistics show bushels that there are about 'crop still held by of corn of last vear's bushels of tho farmers nnd M S. Itaugbman adyertisa two tine stallions and tho jacks this Benson. Smith never handles anything but good ones and you won't go wrong if you patronize him. To Faiim. A handsomely bred and stallion, with a Great nice P.itchon cross on top, which hns produced the great Axtell, O. I Crow, 2.V2, Allerton, McKinney. 1). M. & A. S. ltowman, of Iturgin, finest advertise what they claim is. the Belle-viesouth of the Kentucky river, horso Wilkes 13014, son of the great Red Wilkes and a noble horso in every respect. See ad. on third page. to-dathree-year-olno Squire J. S. Murphy tells us that the At $15 to Insure a Living Colt, Money due when maru is parted with. fruit crop is not damaged and that the 1 Here is a partial list of articles in that line to be found at breed to a handsome Kentucky tuiklle stallion arc invited to look mine over and sec I11& action and style. He was sired by the grand show horse. Second Jewel; he by Cunningham's Jewol, he by Washington Denmark His first dam Minnie, by McDonald's llalcorn; 2d dam by Wells' Crusader, hit tirst dam unknown, but thought to be an Oliver Adonis will be allowed to serve ten or flttcen good a rot only. Mares kept 011 grass or ted at reasonable prices, but not responsible lor any accidents snould any occur F F. SANDIDGK, Milledgeville, Ky. 0 111 . Adonis is a beautiful dark bay with black points, hands 3 inches high was foaled August, lOii, and is a grand saddle horse. Those who want to s A. A. WAsRR,E2T'S "MODKL CKOCSB?:" Hominy, Rice, Navy and Iiuttcr Beans, Cream Cheese, Maccaroni Rolled Oats and Wheat, Pickles, Mince Meat, Apple Butter, Dried Apples, Peaches, Prunes, Figs, Canned Apricots, Peaches, Pears, Pumpkins, Beans, Peas, Tomatoes, Corn, Salmon, Roast and .Chip Heef, Sardines, Halibut, White Fish and Mackerel in kits and barrels, N. O. Molasses, Caramel Syrup, Sorghum, &c -- F'crB&ia SALE. I will sell to the highest bidder on H..RUPLEY,.4 .' ' d Wilkes-Mambri- Monday, April 13, 1891, .County court day' in front ol tho court house in Stanford, Ky., my 1 -. c- Farm of Five miles 151 Acres, Ia Receiving, His w from Stanford, in the Walnut Flat neighborhood. Terms made known on day ol sale. For particulars address Tom Lasley, Stanford, Ky. MUS ANNIE M LASLEV. FALL AND WINTER GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a call. A tJWj ininwuu,imuujniiiiiiiHmwWwmWWW ,l" mww- - V have, during this Congress, granted to ing compensation therefor, and it does the United States iu making stichsouud-ings- . the sugar producers of the country mil- not provide that in case of extension of lions of dollars per annum by way of the line beyond the Hawaiian Islands Mr. Speaker, when $23,000 was asked bounty. tho government shall, without further to be placed iu the naval appropriation There is pending, at tho other end of payment, have tho same rights and priv- bill for the purpose of making this exthe capitol, and soon to be brought to ileges with reference to tho transmission amination, it was then stated that we this House, a bill which authorizes this of its messages over such extension that desired to ascertain if a cable line could government to indorse the bonds of the it has over tlio line between San Fran- be laid, but now, in less than two weeks Nicaragua Canal Company to the amount cisco and the from that tune, we aro asked to approHiwaiian Islands. of $100,000,000, which means the paynowiler Highest of A cream of tarter baVin Mr. F.llis What amount is to bo paid priate $3,000,000 to authorise tho conall in leavening strength U. S. Government Re ment of that amount immo Jiately by the by our government each year to the cor- struction o( the cable line. port. Aug, 17, iSSj. government, and last night, near the poration, ami Another singular and unusual fart conhow long will the subsimidnight hour, wo finished tho consid- dy last? nected with the Senate amendment de C. eration of ouo of the most iniquitous Mr. McCreary The Senate amend- serves to he stated, aud it is this: When Is a Candidate for Auditor of the State ot in ment provides that we shall pay out of the proposition for government aid tlrst to the will of the Democratic party. bills that has ever been considered tubiect the Congress of tho United States, which the treasury $230,000 per annum toward came before the Committee on Foreign s of the maintenance of this cable line for Affairs, of the House, tho majority of sought to grant to certain R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. this country nearly $200,000,000 from tho the period of years, but not exceed- the committee agreed that $150,000 anDENTIST. public treasury. I congratulate this ing $3,000,000. In order to show how nually was sufficient for tho United House and the couutry that conscien- exorbitant this amount is I have only to Suites government to pay tho SubmarOffice on Main street, opposite Portman House, the la Or. A. S. PRICK, berat tnal mill or deliver,MAYsuit pud haters, dive upstairs Nitrous Oxide Gat given for painless tious and patriotic members were strong me a IV.toHKc. WOOD. HY state what the United Suites paid last ine Cable Company. toll tlelittr tawri chestnut shingles alStao extract,.ig.TANFoRDi KESTUCK SI RGlto.V III N11SI". or Itowland at J t per M enough in their antagonism to that meas- year for cablegrams. All the cablegrams ftH When Mr. Hartwell, the' man who street, orr A II IIAS'TIN i 'J ure to strike down that colossal subsidy, sent by tho government to every part of claimed to have the concession from the Otlite .on MairUrUk More, Manfard.II McUoterlt' W. B. DR. so that instead of $200,000,000, ns tho or- the world over any cable line cost last Hawaiian kingdom, came before the. THE C0MLLERCWL HOTEL iginal bill required, tho amount appro- year only tho sum of of $32,000; and yet committee, he itskvd for $200,000 per miHAL.K. will not we are asked to give $230,000 to tho lino priated in the bill which passed II OWKNS, Manaccr, lium, but the Senate, when considering I ntfer (or ale iiti.altly my Farm ul Acres, Office South side Main street, in office recently exceed $18,000,000. , u Isfrom San Francisco to the tr,ilc south 4 Stantord. nt.t by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. tit Somerset vacated uiu iiipiuiiiiuir nun cuiiMiiiir upprupriii-- iu - Kentucky. a ol by tho amend- lands. .liiv.ton all te- Hnrrodsburg, We are asked llrm hill fnllnuxil itu iiutinl ii.iurmit '" in It it inhut tilth Male ha all the ueiary ...... v..v... .. .... ...,,.... p....-- w i( a. rri. gtatt "k' It is hardly necessary for mo to ask course and appropriated $260,000 per an- buildings, is well wjlnr.l jn.l fn. rd ..tid lmir. I have taVen chaise ul this popular IioUl ment which comes from the Senate, and I. 31. BRUCE, able lai afirtt i!aa which has been fastened upon the Dip- tho members of this Hou?e if they un- num, or more than was asked for by the atanuitu riutnctjlly c all vU or au!rtt neat and intend Ittois run it in papeied ndmanner in ctery tospeii heme painted Irons derstand fully the necessity for extendC. top to bottom, the bisMing it heiag rerv.t a.tc.1 and A I'KVION. lomatic and Consular bill, to appropriand ooim gentleman who had tho concession, and tertlhiHi; done I. male il and . mfort-abfor KueMt ate $;i,000,000 for the construction of a ing a cable line to the Hawaiian Islands. more than the Committee on Foreign Thettl.lr shall never l surpass STANFOHD.KY. by hoteltiH this section ed J II. OWKNS I submarine cable lino from San Francisco What is the population of the Hawaiian Atlairs of the House believed was neces SPtXIAI. ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL to the Hawaiian Islands. We have had, Islands, and where are they situated? sary. travelers Horses and mules bought and sold. I.uIn ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, past, subsidies on There aro 12 islands in the north Pacific Mr. Speaker, this whole scheme Only fir t class horses and vehicles used in livery Mr. Speaker, in the land and subsidies on the sea, and now ocean called the Hawaiian Islands and In cite corporate limits ( KooUnd to be voted down. It deserves to ! Ih and MarV.H Slreels, we are being asked to furnish subsidies sometimes called the Sandwich Islands. he condemned. It deserves to be de II J I'AKM, Rowland. 16 They are more than 2,000 miles distant Louisville, - - - Kontucky, THE SHELTON HOUSE, under the sea. feated as we defeated that colossal from San Francisco, and four of the iscaWILL OI'KN MONDAY, MAR nine submarine There are scheme last night, the ship .subsidy bill. SAIJB OR J. H GREER Proprietor, bles connecting the United States with lands are not inhabited. Kight of them If our government now embarks iu the llatine sold out our entire interest In the hotel on Jcfferwn tliert. tee hate muted to ..ur cid the great commercial centres of the are inhabited, itiey aro known and construction of submarine cables when - stand that e o cupled fur years so su easful r conspicuous for their mountains and world. Xot a dollar did the government will it end aud where will it lead to? If The Very Desirablo Residence oAetenlhaHd Market sttettt, arc now rn line it First class accntmnoJatio-- .' at reasonable rates. of HP eloanthape, new throughout and ihei t tho United States give toward the their volcanoes. (Jne of the largest vol- $3,000,lX)o are donated to n private cor- And Open iljy and night. Sample ream and good littry tr lot on Uantillc tiel I he house is ht ill In every ay be eleianl, !r lulling ne pi canoes iu the world is found on one of in conucction Hale's I'astcnger and construction of any one of these cable in KOd repair aitJ Hctators poration to constructn cable lino from large .tntl Itcautllul nnunnft 5 rrn. The yaid is with allhafelt lac improtrmonla Hacicign want all the We anJ altogether lines, and, so far as I know, the govern- tho Hawaiian Islands. Only S0.000 peo San Francisco to the Sandwich Island", our oid friends to n mc and see ut our old au. We promise you that our rooms, labia and servi e ment was never asked to give a dollar. ple are on those islands. They are Chi- how long will it be before millions are Tho Plnoo la ono of tho Moat hall bo second to none in the land. My wlfo, Mrs in Town. Jo II. Aletandrr. wants lo he remembered t a.i But now there is a new departure. "We nese. Portuguese, Africans, Japanese, asked to construct other cable hues? Having leavd the Menelee Stable, I nowofTcr our lady frienot and she will be ulsd to sec them my NhW M A It I. K on Lancaster street for rent. are asked to give $3,000,000 to a private Americans, Europeans and Hawaiians, east terms and site hem a hoaity rcicptiolt 1 are $1 per day If the government is going into the Will tvll or rent on MA'Rl K VAKNON. MIs It ha. t. largo Uox Stalls and is the very best corporation to construct a cable line. and there nre only 10,000 wh'te people JO II AlKXANDHl Manaser Smnlord, Ky unplace in the county for a Jack and Horse stand for of constructing cable linos ' there. It might be well said of this pop- business the luini.ig season. A large cistern at the door. Sir, I am not in favor of the governder the wator, why not embark also iu Call on c'r addresi f A. T. NUNNELLEV, Stanford ment of the United States embarking in ulation as it wus said by the great dram- the construction of telegraph lines on the construction of submarine cables; atist: ' Mack spirits and white, land? Why should it not construct railABluo-Gras- 3 but if this government is going to furFarm For Sato. Hed spirits and sray. roads in every part of tho United States, Mingle, mingle, mingle'" nish all the money to build submaiine and extend lines to Central and South And yet we are asked to give $3,000,-00cables, and if it be deemed necessary to loiter or sale prlvali'ly the Henry Hester farm America? That is where tho proposed I am well prepared to bore wells and will do the in order that we may have a cable policy will laail. iailt work in a good manner and promptly have them, the government should own, .AT In l.sTil the Congress of sown in wheat, the balance in grass. control and operate them, and not a pri- line to connect with tho Hawaiian Is tho United Statos incorporated a compaAt One Dollar a Foot. The dwelling hat sis roams and is In good lands. It seems like another job, Call on or address me at Stantord, Kentucky, vate corporation. good well, ny and named Leland Stanford, now a M. ELK IN & CO.'S, ard audThere is a new barn,on the place due orchL, I SMITH. J4tt first class fencing it seems like another proposi- Senator from Cal.fornia, as ono of the 1 read now the loth clause of the and Consular Appropriation tion to enrich the few at the expense of incorporators and Capt. Mareno another. Terms task hlan In 11 slid 18 Ky. STS! months 1'ossessioii to hee;iteli 'eb 1, iuvi bill added to tho House bill in Uie ben-at- tho many. 8 tyr That company was authorized to conMr. Speaker, have we any naval stae Apply to me or my Knt. W A Trdihle, tt Slanl.ild, Ky "To enable tho president to make en- tion that we should send out a cable lin-t- o struct a submarine telegraph Hill' from J I' PrVTO.V M D ; i i8i.ui.is Evervthine: for the Orchard, Lawn, Garden San Francisco to the Hawaiia gagements with any such citizens or corthose islands ? I have searched in line will bo constructed ly private' Ibis porations of the United States as shall vain for a good reason for this subsidy. THT3 GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR enterprise if wo let it alone. '" llt'IlOVlT W'ht not buy dircil Iri.m the urower. when vou appear to possess tho means and faciliThose who aro advocating the suhsidv 0Ma '," ,,,"1,u ' r '"" ' v ave, """' it is necessary to have a, Hiibinarinu cable ey and vet sti'i true to name ou'" employ ties necessary to that end, for telegraphic say "it will improve our commerce." We We hut eii direct to the pumcr Millions of Hue from .Sim Francisco to tlie Hawaiian communication between tho United have not much commerce with tho Sandour rees, 1'Iunts anil t mot are dearim; everySALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, where in Kentucky and judged hy their fruit States and the Kingdom of Hawaii, which wich Islands. Wo gave the Hawaiian Islands we will have it. A btrawU'rry Nurwrt I .ii.il .vjue Senator Lel.uul Stanford was elected appluation to and central Ill I.I.IiMl' i!, on SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &c. engagements shall contain provisions Kingdom, under tho treaty that we made II . Let melon, Ky president of the companyauthomed tinio.' im suilicient, in the judgment of the presi- some years ago, a great many privileges. PRICE DO CENTS. der the net of 1870, but now it is nought t Send three stamps for free swrnlo dent, to secure to tho government and We allowed the inhabitants to send bos and booic citizens of the United States early and their sugar to this couutry free of duty. to set that company aside and the is asked to pay $:i,000,000 for adequate communication by telegraph Since that treaty was made they have Q no B iTX, m J&U 4Sxi Mk MHMUT, kingdom, with reasonable made millions of dollars on account of the purpose of constructing this line, al- STANFORD with said U terms, for a period of not less than 1 tho privileges we have extended them, though it is to have no ownership or conyears, a sum not exceeding $250,000 for but our country has been but little ben- trol over it aud no umnngemont of it and 1'ivtoii, li.lin S We, the un lersi.ncd ABSOLUTELY PURE, each year in and during which such efited. It is said by others "we need a the cost of the construction of tho entire tT3 Hughe. Murle line was plnced as low an S:.',700,000 by tnt ami lin r, V l'ttton t hjrles do associate at.ittrvaM, Jr FOK MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATHj communication shall bo so in operation, ship harbor at the Sandwich Islands." careful estimates made in KSSii. I am oiirttltm tun. tlur and uciomc an incroraed AND NURSERY PURPOSES, M and during which such ei.gagements We have now a ship harbor there called company pur-- mt k, the proviM .ns of Chupter ' shall be so in course of execution, not tho Pearl River harbor and I doubt not fu favor of government subsidies, General Statute-- ofof i Kentucky EA31-0Ilip he 'I In orporatmn CO., I, the ii.uiii Chicago, Hlj exceeding 20 years; and tho total sum and I am opposed to this scheme and all Stanford Wuter Work. CompHny andshall central its whether an American vessel has been in government con- plate of trnnsaitini; hiitiiiesa shalllie in thoctty For sle by A R Penny and M. L. Ilourne, paid under this authority ahull not exCJ3 the ship harbor for months. Tho Sand- others like it; yet if tho l.imoln inunty Kentucky Sun for structs submarine cables it ought toown, of iStanford, The nature ol the'hiiiini'as of the corceed $3,000,000." wich Islands nre on tho line from San the coiuirurtion and nuinte poration shall nc This is a and carefully Francisco to Samoa, Japan and China, control and operate them. nanceof a system of Water Worla for the supply und tho If the object of tho pending proposi- of writer for p.i) lo the city of Stantord Kovvland disguised proposition, but when careful- and vessels carrying the United States inhabitants thereof and to the town of The M.(.ic Hkmovkk Mis a long felt is io benefit us by giving connection and the inhabitant thereof, i) The construction ly scrutinized it means a subsidy of flag are not numerous on this line. or want with owners of llon.es ur Mules ol a system of and with a great harbor where our ships are tion lightsmaintenance,ivf Stanlord and gasthe towne to the private citizens who conin in the my Another argument relied on by tho with Waitu, Knots, llruin's, Cuts, to anchor, then wo certainly ought to of Rowland, anil to charge and receive pa) for struct the submarine telegraph. friends of this subsidy is that if we do such lights, j I he inatiufaituio and sale ol arStntins, Sprain, Old Sores, Ilarb W'iro I'hti acquisition of all such rcvsl Under tho reciprocity of tho McKinley not speedily build this line Great Brit- have control of the cable line that is to tificial ice. required Cut., etc. It makes no dilleroncn connect us with our ships iu that harbor. and personal statu as may he specified lor tariff bill tho president of the United ain will build a line from Canada to the the corporation ahotc how long the knot has been there, or there is probably not a ship in j. The capital stock of the astociatlon shall States is authorized under certain cir- Sandwich Islands under a concession how hard it is, (if it is not of the thousand j$7S.orm) dollars, to ho be setenty-hvcumstances to impose a tax of JJ cents a granted by the Hawaiian Kingdom to that harbor, wo havo no shipyard there, divided into shares of one thousand dollars well, biio,l wo will take it oil" on tho "HO Roller Extract. lic Treasurer of the itt be paid t pound upon coffee, which is now free of a man named Albert Hartwell and we there is no talk about establishing a and which at such times and in such proportions CURE, NO PAY" plan. Company In removing shipyard there, and there is no necessity as shall be required by the Hoard of Oloeciorsof duty, and ho was also authorized, under will be shut out forever. the knot tho hair comes oft", and tho Company, for a shipyard there. This amendment the certain circumstances, to impose a tax This is the same old John Bull tin cat 4. The corporation shall commence on tlio JV'QTO', diplomatic dnyot rebruary iV, and terminate at the cud of plaeo becomes very sore; when you upon tea of 10 cents a pound, which is which has become too common in tho has no proper place on thu thai date stop using it, the hair comes back its jo aud consular appropriation bill and it fifty The tears Irointhe Company shall he conduct.iffairaol 5. also free, and upon hides of 1 cents per American Congress. It is untrue and original color, and not a traco of tho ed hy a Hoard ol live Directors, one of whom shall should be stricken from tho bill. pound, and to restore the tax upon su- unworthy to be used in this discussion. he elected President. The Hoard of Directors knot is left. For plan of insurance, the shareholders on Mr. Nolnuin It is thero in violation shall be elected annually by of each year. Hut gar. Tnat is called reciprocity for the There iu nothing in it; and I call the atetc,, call at tho undersigned druggists, the first Saturday of August of tho rules of the Senate incorporators herein until the hrat election the benefit of nations; but under this bill, tention of members of this Houso to tho and bring your animal with you. the Directors of the Com. IS OUR BEST FLOUR, named shall constitute Mr. McCreary Yes, Mr. Speaker, ns Iany which seeks to give $3,000,000 to a pri- treaty which now exists between tho liaKorlalebyW. II McKobcrts, druggist, Stan BUT EITHER highest amount of indebtedness or 6 vate corporation, it will bo reciprocity United States and the Hawaiian King- the gentleman from Indiana very prop- bilityThe which tho corporation can at any tune lord, to for the benefit of individuals, to enable dom. I read from the treaty of 18SI, erly suggests, this amendment has been subject Itseir shall not exceed tifty thousand dollars. them to still further pillage and plunder which I think will satisfy any impartial placed on the bill in violation of thu 7. The private property ol incorporators aud shareholders is to he exempt from corporate debts. the public treasury. mind that the government of the United rules of tho Senate This is another ilM, ""J" Witness our haiitls "'."" This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and IDOL-KIN- G or . I want to call the attention of this Suites now has the right, conceded by lustration of thu idea that has been domJ. K. IK" ON) others not to trespass on our lands without per. S IlUtillbh. mission, as all such will bo prosecuted Is the fullHouse to tho fact that the Senate amend- the Kingdom of Hawaii, to lay and land inating this Congress frtJm tho beginASTEHSON I'KVTO.V, est extent of the law. Signed: CIIAS. V. STIMITKVAN V. ment contains no provisions limiting the a submarine telegraph line to tho Hawa- ning: "Have subsidies nt all hazards; M C RKYNOLDS. I. S. PHILLIP" GKO.W STURTKAANT.JR m" alice,; waugiiman. Uy Chai. F Sturtevant. power ot the corporation which takes iian Islands. spend tho people's money ill order and KM. wr'k II. COOPER i W A COFFKV Mrs.M A MARTIN' IS A GOOD FLOUR FOR charge of tho money sought to bo appro, Article II of the treaty of 1SS1 is in tho out of order." Such conduct as this, for sale, I K ilKUCE Tirol Fresh mill cows Stanford, anpl;y ;to ROHKHT HARNETT. priated. It docs not require the aflatrs following words: K.y. coupled with tho imposition of burden- - UL) W. H. Murphy, W.P. URIMES, H.J.DARST.' THE MONEY. m "His Majesty, tho Kingof tho Hawaiiof directors, a majority of whoiri an Islands, grants to the United States board Why Gov. McCreary Fought '.the Proposed aro to bo citizens and residents of the the exclusive right to enter tho harbor Appropriation For a Telegraph United Suites. It does not require tho of Pearl River in tho Island of.Oahu and Published Evory Tuesday and Friday Line to Hawaii. principal otllco of the company to bo in to establish and maintain there a coaling The follow! Hi; speech was delivered by tho United States. It does not require and repair station for tho use of vessels Representative James 11. McCreary re- that tho company sIirII annually make a of the United States; ami to that end the cently in opposition to the proposed sub- report to the secretary of tho treasury, United States may improvetlioenttanco sWWhen not so paid $2.60 will be charged." sidy, which the government was asked giving such detailed statements of its to said harbor and do all other things to Brant the San Francisco and Hawaiian affairs, assets and liabilities as he may needful to tho purposes aforesaid." K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Cable Company, and wiiich was badly There can be nothing clearer than tho require, and as ought to be done, considTrain leaves Rowland at 7:00 a m., returning benteti: authority granted us under this treaty ering the fact that the government is to 5 Mr. McCreary. Mr. Speaker, the sub- pay sS,000,000 out of the treasury to- between the United States and the Ha local time card. ject which I propose to discuss is tho wards it. It does not provide that the waiian Kingdom to construct tho subicn tz 30 Mail train going North ' ." " ..131pm Senate amendment to to tho Diplomatic company shall effectively operate Biich marine cable to Pearl River harbor, and South Express train " South 1159pm and Consular Appropriation bill provid-iiij- ; -- . North lines with a suilicient stall of proper this harbor is 12 miles from Honolulu, ..311 am 6 59 a m Freight North for a submarine telegraph line from Local and elllcieut officers, being citizens of the capital aud principal city of the Ha..511pm South. San Francisco, Cal., to tho Hawaiian' ls tho United The latter trains also carry passengers waiian Islands, aud an overland lino can States. The above Is calculated on standard time Solar lands, to be owned and operated by a It does not name the capital to be us- be built to that city if desired. time is about o minutes Taster private corporation, but to be paid for ed for the construction of the work. It has only been a few days since we It with mouoy taken from the United States does not say iu what time it shall be were called upon to appropriate $23,000 treasury. v completed, and it does not show the in the naval appropriation bill to enable Republican Congressmen have grantfor the work. It does not provide the president of the I tilted States to ed subsidies to railroad corporations by that the company shall not mortgage, cause careful soundings to be made bedonating millions ot acres of the public assign, lease, iieeu or in any manner tween Sin Francisco and Honolulu, in lands; they have granted subsidies to transfer the cable lino without the con- the kingdom of Hawaii, to ascertain the the manufacturers throughout the coun- sent of the United Suites. It does not practicability of laying a cable lino betry by a vast and comprehensive tariff provide that in case of war or other tween those two points; and the presisystem; they have granted subsidies to emergency the government tuny take dent was also authorized to direct the banks and to trust companies, and they possession of and operate the line, mak- use of any vessel or vessels belonging to Semi-Weekly Interior Journa; AGAINST SUBSIDIES. of the company to bo managed by a "l.&n. royai ncc-es.sit- AKlN6 POWDER Absolutely Puro RICHARD WARREN Ken-uckj- r, ship-owner- densomo taxes and improper Interference with election laws, and reckless disregard of tho people's wishes caused the overthrow of the party now dominating this House, and it is time that the lessons of last November should be heed ed. I hope that the same conscientious aud patriotic men who enabled us to de feat the ship subsidy last night will en gur ft vU able us to day to defeat this cable subI WF WTTiB sidy. Mr. Speaker, wo are rapidly approaching the end of this a ssion. We are now in the dying days of tho 31st Congress. This Congress will not only bo remembered forever as an eventful Congress, but it will always bo conspicuous iu history for iU iniquitous measures and for rrva-J- D J ... I".'. Mil IWlll its unparalleled appropriation of the pub Hating remove mv 1'jt' er Slum to the t om lic money. iiu'iluI iliili ' a a irliutrJtsa tinmudatela Look at the appropriation bills that uic as well a griitlrnicli in anyllnrr t!ey may wish u . waited on Cafl have passed tfor now all the regular ap- "i in in) line. ChiMtcn Sl IHOMI'SCIV, Jl propriation bills have gone through this House), and you will Hint that at this I,. It. COOK, session of Congress we have appropriated $72,000,000 more than was appropriPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, ated a, the last session and $111,000,000 8TANFOKD, KY. more than was appropriated in the reg- OlWec ..vrr M K"liru' lfii Sie Krtidrn e ular appropriation bills at the last ses- James It Owens Hut at th jum tiun ri-sion under the Cleveland administra- ivnwiic.iiiu limit me pikes tion. The great surplus which two years ago could barely bo contained iu tho vaults Mil Hannah air Ward ttithra Iu sell tin of tho treasury has melted away like snow before a suinmHr sun, and the bust W'hfrethe financiers admit that there will Im a oK'llicc lias teen Vcpt Mt.til re entty Dwcl me auii t .11 h'uic in s ! repair in tho treasury at the end of the i it believe tho time present hScal year. has como when those who are looting I wie treasury snomu can a nan. i ut'iiuvv subsidies and jobs and improper schemes Lot on Main Street in Stanford should he denounced and driven from Containing 11 iu res the hall of tho American Congress, aud Tetmteasr T K WALTON, Stanford, finally. I believe that the tune has come when w e ought to stand for "equal rights to all and exclusive privileges to none." I hate hm.hed my new Saw Mill mi the Some r I Applause on the democratic side J set (like, ; luilrs row StaNfotd aad an- - prepared lo furnish ai Lit. J of I.UMIII.K, MUM.LKS. Ac.at MnVKSI I'KICKS. I will sell tho lutn. I 1 I IHl. .ti-rftj- r I FOR SALE. 1 Properly at Mclvlniicy, -- do-lic- it 1 FOB, SALE 2TEW SAW MILIi. I i I V PENNY, ' Dentist. FAlt.lI FOR s Haw-iiia- I to-da- y - w I ra, m -- mv mm, le For Salo Twenty Uuiltliii FOR to-da- y HEXT. Rowland, Kentucky. qj-o- ui . 1 f FOR PwElTT. 111 Do-lightt- ul I 1 oa-- tl I 77-t- case: A Special Bargain. W&&I. BOHXJSTG Paid For Hides and Fur, 0 anoth-schem- e; Dio-loma- tic R lr. i HK4IIII n trwam ww 3 two-cen- e: j Stanford, -O- ne-half 11 ' j "PITliES r n- - ugi-iiu- , L P. GANTER'S - 1 1 MAGIC xov-emine- Articles of Association IAK-- USUAP wm'wttS I 1 REMOVER! 1 I I ! Maste-so- n I I I , n . , D . K'n-r.i- l i sugar-coate- d m POSTED. t'loc-tri- fcREAMf9f Mw To-da- y il OREAM Extract GOLD MEDAL 0 1 SILVER MOON lot-i- I I