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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892010101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 11 & s $ lu in J Semi-WeeklVOL. XIX. REV. GEORGE On His Way to y Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. JANUARY 1.4892. NO. 87 ) . I H 0. BARNES t LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. , LONDON, TMMita I..W..- LAUREL COUNTY. HUSTONVILLE. M f America and Loved Ones. A private letter to tho tMlltor datMl llexley Ileath, Kent, Kuglaud, Dec. IS, concludes as follow: By tlio time you receive thin we diall 0P ' Prof. H. F, Hlakemon, of your town, has contributed much to the cheeriness 'Mi?H of the holidoys by his presence several ) J11 . iui ;wiiiik iiiuimn uh fiiiuuuy evening licatiou. I'M. days this week. Tlio "Junior Club" wbh entertained Christmas afternoon a half dozen I have been feasted every day and by Miss Lizlo Thompson on Wednesboys put a pack of hounds in a field of toasted every night since Chriatinaa eve. DliALUU IN- day evening at her homo on Danville There haa been an abuudanculof tbtugH briers and cane and in two hours bagged "bounding with slanting keel" avenue. to write about and there ta no doubt but IJOof thofattest rabbits they e er saw. Tpon our homeward voyage; or falling Ihe new livery stnble hi thu north- - that it waa expected that I would give Doc Dryo and Tone IIuuii contrib41... ........ ...nr Mm tmtiit t iiinhnrltfltlmi. cunt corner of tho public Htiuare. was V" ':"" '"":. . a good account of all the nice thinga ute greatly to the enjoyment of our lovwu uui. "fiJUBl uy wnai nurni opened for buslines Monday county that have transpired during thin mott ers of fine horses hy the daily airing nitely decided. IMhorels ft good line court day. happy of Chiiatmaa timea. The reaaon they give their stable of 15 or 'JO .comfrom" Liverpool to New Orleans, It will, A little negro, about two yeaia of - bined steppers. very likely, have the preference, for nge, the child of Sarah Hunt, wan severe I have been derelect in my duty ia beTho young folks were delightfully I knew I could not do it justice mhl January hv the northern route, ly burned Monday. The mother had cmubo in any way oa near as I would wish or entertained at Squire Adams' Tuesday Kxtcnd to the public their hearty thanks for the very liberal patronage Ibul an unbrings thoughts to one, tlwn left the child in the liouao alone. It will night, the first party of the holidays. my frienda could expect. comfortably eool channel down one's recover. for the past year and tho Invitations are out to au entertainment Then waa tho Christmas trte at ppinal column. A number of citlyetiH of bancaater The church waa at K. S. Powell's, Thursday night. Methodist church. AVo eloped a 17 days campaign on this Mrs. Collier, late of Louisville, who Monday and ISarrard county will meet neU crowded, there not being even ntandlng familiar camping ground, lnt booked for Thuraday evening at Dr. liood'w oihee room for all, and the presents wero not now resides with bar daughter, Mrs. I, night. Next Sunday wo are for the purpose of organizing a club for only for tho younger ouch, but the moth- F. Steele, has been seriously ill for sevJleuiimont Hall, London, Iv, where the the protection of tho fhh and game. ers, father, hiwtera, brotheia and nweet-hear- tri eral days, but her physician pronounces Shall be exerted to maintain your confidence. Our motto has "been dear "Kaat KnderH ' will gather around This club will undertake to detect and were all remembeied and amply her convalescent. Tho grip still mainat an winter range than and shall be uh onco more, moaecutenll violatora of the llsh and rewarded for their attendance, many of tains its grip on our community and Uexley Heath. I niutiot write how it game lawa In tliin county. This is a thogifta being valuable and fulfilling scores are under shelter or abed. baa touched u, to Beo them, itf or ;!0 good idea and nil good As long as the supply held out some citizens nhouhl the wiahi'H of the recipients complete every htrong, putting in an appearance cooperate. All deairing to join the ly. of our suburban friends put in thtir Sunday, on the Heath; though the trip club are cordially invited to attend tho Then on Christmas night thu Cnion time moat enthusiastically at daily tur'l shib it head cost them We will use this space in calling your attention to meeting. Smidiiytchool gave an exhibition at tho key shoots and now are besieging the out of shul- iSiinu nml at neiicc. or Mihm Mary S.uidifer, of Middlesboro, The hoiue was crowded accommodating poultry niUers for such low purses thst could ill atl'jrd the out iH viaiting Mipa Kate Kinnuird. Tho couridiouae. and to bay that every one present en- old hens aa have lived beyond their Hut they would Have nuuio a Hon. It. C. Warren lay. waa in bancaater joyed the entertainment would be to re- - limits of usefulness, and the sport goes longer journey Mill to hear the gospel of Monday, mingling with his We have in stock. numciou peat what tlio&e who were present hvo on W, I). they love ho well. I frieudauud Stagg had sufliciciitly recov"ti. I. I. A. N. admirer. Jim Dilliou haa often repeated aince. It was an enterered from his late multifarious afllic-tio- ns am eager to preach it ag.dn to my own returned from Cincinnati A. M. Kin- tainment suited to every one. iieople. Kver in Jesus, to join n score of his neighbors at Urn returned to Middleaboro. nuird Lt. 1 will piss over all the thinga that (iKO. O. llAKNKfi. (ico. Hue, of Harrodaburg, Adj . of thu have occurred during the holidaya that a banquet spread by his wife last Monday in celebration of hia U lib birthdav. LaucuH-tproUitli Kentucky Infantry, were of an unpleasant nature. Theie MIODLEBURG, CASEY COUNTY. WeilncHd.iy hnt ami called to pay were pome few that would not look His casual acquaintances are satisfied is l)r Wesley reports the community bia reapectato Gen. W. J. Lunlram, bid right eointng from a tempoianco town, that there an error of the triiling matter of at least 100 yars in the record. old commander, llowaia gallant distressingly healthy. and aa they will never occur again it is Prof. Hatch A: Co. 'a much adyertis and ia one of Mercer'a beat cilieiiH. not in any way wrong if not exactly Whisky mii!HjitHt ft plentiful in Has a Complete Stock of tootI uoI.Joo Ueinger has about recovered rieht for them to bo skipped. On New ed panorama didn't draw and Huston-vill- e this town as when six as a will go down u town from a aevere attack of the grip. Yiuu'a day, th s d.iy your paper comes open at YonMuite. notch or two if garged by Friday night's A happy Now Year' to the Intk -- Col. II. II. McAiiIiipIi of "sold male subecrib- : out. I. like all your other : turnout. Dr. Patrick Humphrey kindLink" fame, had a touch of grip last uiouaud ita many readern, minting that era, will turnover a new leaf (or rather ly responded to the professor's urgent every good reaobMion made by each the old leaf , and I will try to be more week, but Ih hotter now. the Jiuiie Wash may bo aurredly kept mj that life may be prompt in giving the news and that of request that some handsome young genPAPER, The Hopper given at tleman step forward and have himself Institute on the night of the 2BM was a joyotta and the world become better by the riuht kind. I have put on paper a photographed by his new and only pro their example, day by dav. SelUahne.sb poem or Uo, commenting on thinga success in every particular. 'ihe cess. Having "positioned" the young amounted to about J.V), which h the predominant hin of the age. Men talked about ami veii 8aid a few things man most advantageously the subject's Beein to live alone for df, regardless of that Jim Jonea told me, but in my Mill bo uned in paying for desks, Ac. chagrin mid tho small audience of small to here fact that thuio ih plenty of room for tera to you in '!;. I will confine fcinyee,lf Tom Hopper, of Somerset, boys' hilarity can best beimagined when for tlio purpoM of giving the band Ihivb ttium and all their neighbor and uo one utrictly to what may occur up here of a but haudsome specimen f of ' tlio bentlll of hi- instructions as teacher ia apt to starve in this goodly land of inttreM, not only to me but to even-ourthe sportive chimpanzee stood out on s Promptly and in style. where all who are anxious to toil body. He comes recommended by of music. tile canvas like a most artistically exein.i.MMniinM iitidnthetH as an excel- - can find something to do. bet us do wedding at the - there waa a 'ENGRAVING on all goods sold, free of charge. Old gold and unto others as we would have others do rc&ideiice of Mrs. Lee Malum, Mr. Alex cuted cameo. lent teacher. Clay Marcum met a party at Alsilver taken in exchange. MrKinmy unto ua, and when assistance is needed Huggina and Mih4 Rhine Malum being -- Prof. W. K. CrcK, of tlio Saturday give it freely and not grudgingly. TIiiih united for their future happiness. Mr. ston's store last Thursday, whom he ormljool, passed through town dered under arrest. Pretending to sub on Ilia way to attend Kq. Wall's couit may we become better as the days go by Huggius is an attache of the Mountain mit he dismounted on the opposite side at AoHcmite. IVrry Wesley,: who is and while onjoyimr the consciousness of ivho and hia former home was Nichol-h.ivin- g of his horse from the officer and facing endeavored to better the condi-- asville. Mian Malum is one of the prut-tio- n tciuhing at Waynrshurg, spent the holiaVuitcaeh found himself confronting a of our fellow man, we will likewbe tieat young lathes of Loudon. J J; days witli old friends here. pistol's uuuzle. Whildat bay a squad preachid receive the bonedictiona of the "(treat Jou.v Pkahi,. Uev I'riee, of. Tennessee, of the culprits friends emerged from the Christmas day Spirit" who ia uo lespeetor of persons. at the ILtptiHt church LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY- store and their display of perMr. Matthew Weeka has possession 2inl night. He seems to Iihvu mane a Has the largest and suaded Mr. Marcum that he! had antici ami the cliuren of atown iKirk in rordham, New York, iivoraliTo impreion Mr. It. II Wilkinson has sohl his pated the proper tine, so he bade the will doubtlcM employ him for half bin which ia said to be of immense value. farm on Ctweu river, near this place, to crowd a polite uu revoir, with MOST COMPLETE STOCK a parting time, in which event ho will locato He has held it undisturbed for over 4J0 H.T. Pierce and will; aoon remove to assurance to the individual he wanted OK years and there ia no likelihood of hia Junction City and will resume the butch- here. that he intended to call again soon and popular young being ousted or ejected from tho premis er busineha again at hia old stand. Thomas Miller, our take him. If he couldn't gather n reliaLicense, was issued to Mr. Uufus blacksmith without a moment warning e. Mr. Weeks ia u poet as well as u ble poabo in that county he knows ever shown in Stanford at prices of hut intention to leave, bid adieu to shoemaker and has this verse conspicu HiriiMs, of ijuisville, to marry Mi.ss county will furnish the materials as low as the lowest. b many frivndb on the evening of tlio ously displayed over hia door Ueoigie Ann Kllis, of Rolling Fork. needed. LMtbamiwentto Junuion City, whero "Here lives a umn Louisville. LiThey intend to moe to Theftimual changes of residence be Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s in the State, Who don't refuse Jie boarded a train for Topuku, Kansas cense was also issued to Mr. J. Henry gau this week anil the numbers of wag- who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. To make or mend Don't have to Tom was a little wild in his habit, but Thomas, of Dunnville, to marry Miss ons passing to tind fro, piled high with Roth boot and ahoes. send job to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old boy never lived and hia His leather ia good, a better hearted MollieK. Cravens, of the same vicinity. household goods recall days when the His work is quick, Your trade and work is solic-teMidden departure srvms to be regretted The i! rand jury found 40 indict- - emigration fever was epidemic. We gold and silver taken at market price. Hiaprolit isHtnidl, Wig Dryo and James Helling whisky unlaw by everybody. have lost some citizens, who will bo and guarantee satisfaction. inents, mostly for A. R. PENNY. Hut he won't give tick." Simpson accompanied lilin to Junction fully. Circuit court adjourned on the greatly missed, and have gained u few Mr Weeks ia not the only shoemeker having tried several very impor- whom we cordially welcome. The famCity and tried to persuade him to return who has aspired to the dignity of a poet. j;Jd, home, but! without avail. civil cases. The case of Harvey ily of Squire John Kllis left for your l The lamented .Marvin, of Dan- - tant piaco teimoiuay ami me lauuiv ol our Caiman vs. Ishtun Carman's administra enterprising coloied mail contractor and i i.m .....j.. i..,n..., K.ad ...iiw.w. i... HUBBLE. being very comph proprietor of the 'bus Hue to Moieland, (LA1K ALKXANPKR'S li()TEU- vertisement pnuted in the papera of tor, was tried, but it the judge is post John Armstrong, has moved into the went oil" in nice order. that city many years ago with these t rated the decision of ; Christina Kllis residence, Fncle Hen Allin has poueii lur inu picnuiii Tho supper here Tluirmluy night was a lines: now established deserted town and people, and Mary J. Ilufbnan, who has with his son, David, is Mrs. succeas, feeding about 100 three miles out on V. F. M. $2.50 been among us the most of six years the Middleburg pike. Uncle Hen has Will be grateful to them, collecting a net sum of $K for the beneWho kindly may choose of thu M. K. church and labored so zealously for tho church always been a popular acquisition, Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Housfit of the parsonage To buy boo'us and shoes; cause, left on the whom we are very reluctant to give up iimd Sunday-schoo- l LOUISVILLE, KY. at Stauford. The tree here Thursday and shall sadly miss. From his shop on Main street, l:id to return to her home near Iluston-ville- . night was loaded down with nice presW. R. LOGAN, Where he gladly will greet, On leaving the members of the A pleasaut party of young folks a Old faces or new, ent and enjoyed by all, and so was the A. W. Jones, J J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, 'Clerks. Sunday-schoo- l preseuted her with a fine eeuibleil at the palatial remittance of Mr. May they not be a few." Christmas tree at Providence on Friday Htrength and unity to File author was an Knglishnmn and dressas a token of their appreciation of A. W.Carpentyr lat Thiutsriay eve to night, which gave s Uncus and enjoy an exceedingly beau Sunday-schoo- l at that an exeentrie character. Ho was pes- - her valueble services. the church and tiful Christmas tree, which loving bunds has contracted to sensed of commendable natural poetic! Col. Silas Adams left for Frankfort had prepared for the little ones of that Totten place.-J- hn nnnh.ir'ri bourn for about ,- ability and wiote it number of poems Monday. Mr. James Wilkinson started household and other children of the i..ti.i It. L. Hubble baa gone South with that were published in book form, tho for thu Lone Star'Stato on Monday for! neighborhood. were invited in to He ore the Cox 1s moving to principal one of which was entitled the purpose of selecting a home for the a load of mulea.-H- ud die tree, Master Bryan Carpenter, n 7 beyond Stan-lor- 'The Rattle Jof Monterey," the author future. While ahseut Mm. u'siMun., bt?t ugunl Ra'Ualt lhr0l'1;ll h,g , pj the Win. Murphy place father, Maj. We don't like to give him up, as hawug participated in that engagement, will remain with tu, parlors favorhm eveiy one with a Dr. I. S. Hurdett, of complimentary to the "magic lantern A fadle reporter of tho Commercial-fiazett- e Sweeney. be is a nice man. R. F. KnglPiimn is has this 'The dog is man's llrodhenri, wah for several weeks ou a show, which was to occur after the be aout as he was a few days thoiiiiht to ITew- uffi, ago. S. Dunbar has been granted a pen faithful friend because theie is a good IaWf docorateel dog in most men." If there u1, e are always deal of the Himi of $10 ner month, with various kinds of tree ornatnoutst I) Hint's tne many DeauuiiU presents it glad to see buch a man get a pension, as j8 a compliment in this it is about equal- 0T Un 0r Win Mnm than nun contained ami Ulumiuateu uitli wax ta and for a good advantage, jy divided between the man and the fa0f our (.0nti.mporaries have alluded be is sure to nee it to was indeed a thing of beauty" per to hickness. j dog, the dog prohablv receiving the bet-- 1 eonimuntty.-Owi- ng nit0U8iy t the "baking powder war." ami "blight joy to many a little heart. in his Coltc, Coatlpntlon, 'CaRtorULssowelUdapUMltocliiMrentliat up- - tor share. UUn matter of astonish- - xheieisno war of the character indica Tim presents were too numerous to be I reconunciul Jt u suerior to any prescription Cm tori a curesDUrrhfca, Bour btoiiuioU, Hro. Montgomery did not il'l his nua, gUea blwp, and promotes dl Kills embracing dolls in endlehs pomtment to lecture here Monday munt that the dog is regarded by uiuiiyj mtaiu baking powder achieved rciiiKtuheied, and style from infants in Vnown to mo " U. A. Auciirn, M. ., Ecstlon, variety, hie medication. a despicable anlmnl when in reality I. j;" roino in " U,IIL,f Irt Ill So. Oxford St., Hrvoklj-u-, K, Y, nighL-T- he wasbetter t ban anythiug long lobes to large ones peisouating la- wMlhU ,t IH . tUO nUHlUtiSS llian- - lie nobSCbPen umiij uuuiv inius. mi Mritvini1 'iinl dies and gents The CKNTivn Company, 77 Murray Street, M. Y. itduetoineiatiu t had been preMousl in ball costumes tea sets, e wish huh faithful, airertiomite, industrious and u,, js prudent, temperate because it was ad vertinedm a liberal, or vases, perfume bottles, toy pistols, horns, HgerhiH got inarm t.0lra(lMW m , (iiHmi(,t. CftU silverware, jewelry, t,H j,u trullifullv iginaland Judicious manner. The sue- - drums, books,presents manv liiil'Py. limiiiyuaH. uihib wruc i i.;.! fter the weie distributed., Hnitl 01 maiikitul in general'' a decent cess of this powder led to imitation, as able to ride out ngain ou ltrieht is au elegant treat of candies, raisiny, nuts, i. t...l.i l.niiilil n viiiwi liritin respect ior uogKiuu requires mat inetr ",iu "Ki "aIusivs does, but to sisbert ior to oranges, bananas and other fruits, to- faun. .1. virtues as well as their foibles should hiieeess . . i.,- - Mi.iJnv fir 5S.V j ill l.aneaeu'i ' not be overlooked. Ily all means give intimate that there is war between the gcther with many varieties of cake, was Hoynl baking Powder aud;Iits moie or nicely served and niucn enjoyed, the dog a fair shake. Master Bryan next conducted them CRAB ORCHARD. ims feeble imitators suggests the picttue; up Btnirs to tho msgic lantern show, be- Dit. Kka'h next visit to our placo will of a death grapple between an eagle and m car(lfnl t0 (.olle(.t evi. tk,ket at tho linvn vour luoperty insured with DKALKK IN- at Myeis House, door. Then Mr, Carpenter piesented n and Una. hunes F. Cum be Tuesday, Jan f, a house fly. the IMi.enix The doctor has ahendy gained a large tharming panorama to their view 7t i mius, ih The supreniu court of ;u,w41 ...:n nmtlit wm niul liiH viflltN nr( wnlrntniwl delighted them greatly, 111..1. --- 4.. r Tho Crab Urcliaru nign h.ii Wednesday decided that the last en- Mrs. Carpenter, in lier charming way H, 1M. hnpeciw somw excellent music, after open on Tuesday, Jan State nml meiit. lie certainly merits the praise ate which redistricted the presidential rendered preparAND PROMPTLY DONE. which the children took a reluctant provided for the election of attention will he bIimi to those he is receiving daily from his uuiueroiiH fit AV, Smith, l'rin. by districts, was a legal body.' leave and all agree in ascribing much electors ing to teach. J. natlouts as ho has domonstratel verv Thus peiishes another republican hope, praise to Miss Mamie NVilson aancliurm-Ther- e All work warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty. t are 05,007 posboilices in these ing little hostess and are indebted to uvtTbut 22 bicycle factories in superior skill in linnilliiiK obscujo and I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods. Tlmre her for an evening of rare enjoyment. United States. , fiuomc cues. tho U. S., to 580 in KuK1nml. w Work on N. !" "rln Am A. Thompson's newt completion. "" ttitiktiiliiil fnr tititw good for us alone, lcall0n, Imt it is too 8o wo hope IkoJ'carl will exciwoitBim - itn Severance & Son, -- . ...... nu Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Carpets, &c. i Promise E Best Efforts The Best Goods for the Least Money. half-a-cro- ll'-- U-t- W.B.IMOBERTS, ! vi-it- ed n aol-di- er i Druggist and Jeweler, b:ir-toou- iB , one-nig- i DRUGS BOOKS, PAINTS, :r iS WALL i let-th- e Jewelry & Silverware. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired first-clas- , life-eie- d ?, M is" To-nig- ht j The Old Reliable Jeweler l in the Lead. 1 A. R. Penny -- 4 fire-ar- ms I i Watches and Jewelry Liu-coi- n i 7 . i- - 'a : dj , , I TIHE I WILLABD e, ' 14 I THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Rates Per Day. Manager. j1?! $ $-- m uus d "Jft hr AN IB rt ,i w j . Infants Children. 11 Krui-utlon- . 4 . ..... I ' fiu , i , "v ' ' ROBT. FENZEL -- T- - nS T I t;i.i 1 1 --- wMWATQHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY. REPAIRING NEATLY $ A h LM j - i V . UM.k4 a rf ,. --- ink- $J' i fn i ' r . ' isfi'Vu. i.: ' 'M, If. r i.rt ,lt lJ,. ,? .' .J' rv . 1 ' '',.' W : i ,i . M, V r K k t p o l". ' &. . , . W'A ,: f i P? . f? 1 t P- O. C, Lyon sold to Will Morelaud U9 on this A young woman iu Fairmount, Mo,, s of cattle, about 1,500 lbs. beyond and reasonably Is seven feet 10 inches in stature, weighs two side of the jirjat -Haverage, at 41. shoe. well satisfied that such is tho case, Tho 350 pounds ami wears a In tho dead letter office at Washinghas just gone to join the dead AN INTRODUCTION Stanfokd, Kym January lf 1892 year that much like its predecessors in ton are more than 42,100 photographs past, was Tothe thrctiithcnr fttrvEcAof the Wisconsin Cen the bestowmont of iUjo)sand sorrows. which found their way there last year. tral Lfnisftnd Northern Pacific Railroad Isunnec conveniences Negroes fired on a posse at Ilunkle, rstarv. lit advantage Itund the only route tohave Most of tn had our share of the former, In been fully established. the while many of us mourn lost ones who La., and wounded one- man. The potw I'nclfic Coast over hlch both Pullman Vcstibuled nrtclnfcn and Pullman Tourist Cnm are opera-teIs Receiving Ills have gone before. It will bo so to the returned the fire and killed two of their from Chicago x St Paul without change. lurongh until leave Chicago every day at 10.45 TnK contest for the Speakership of end and wise is ho who can appreciate assailants. p.m. Tho traveler via this route- pastes through A permit has been issued at Chiea the mnt pkturcsqtie, Interesting und prcpeious the Lower House of the Kentucky Gen the joys of lito and take no more of its a belt of country In theWesitrn World. There sorrows to heart than ho cm kick ofl at go, to the Times Company, for tho erec- scenery with most striking contrasts Hint range eral Assonbly was nearly as Irom publishing house, to to thethe rolling prairie and the pine IomI level his heels. Life is too short for repiuings. tion of a out as that of the National House of wildcat panic of tho wildest mountain in Goods Warranted and a Pcrlect Fit Guaranteed. Gi me call. the world. In point of fact there wore Let us make the most of it and be cost SI, 000,000. There is n series ofihe nublett cute, towm and appointPresident M. H.Smith has many more ballots taken, but it did not thankful if it in dark that it is no worse. tllhgc of every variety nnd sii. from the hamlet farm, upward the require quite so loni? to tako them. On Old IS!) I was pretty Uugh bo far as ed V. Van ilcn llerg general freight or the tlitv preen out and ; most richest mines in the world; the lasting patur.igr: money matters were concerned, but the agent of the L, & X., to be the tratlic the wildest pcrnery on the Continent, canens a M. Moore, of ballot Hon. the U-- 7 T weird as n nightmare; hill, snows ami peaks Hnrrisou, was made the nominee and soil yielded bountifully to tho husband manager of the road. startling In thu magnificence ol their hvini and a perfection of com lot t in tmttling that has net or lien. Scott Brown died at his homo been urpssscd Harvey Myera met defeat for the firrit man's efforts and plenty will noon pro Fnt train via the Wisconsin Central l.mt'i fr time. It was part 11:30 a. m. Wodnes duce prosperity along with the peace near Frankfort. He was rAdjutant Gen . nw Minneapolis, Ashland and Unban fc?. 1 Cor. rj.ih tc Vine, Cltipimuiti, O. senator 111 ihio t inPuiil, hi vou P m uuv wiui ruiiman lves day before the result was readied, tliu that already prevails. Let us begin the eral of the Flute in u im butid Sleeper and the Central's fumo dm. tig New Year with strong hearts and good and member of tho last House. Book-keepin- g, mucu3 having remained up nearly all Short-Han- d, Type-Writin- g, cim attached. Sheriirsiusher, of Bell, now claims the night before ami recommenced work resolves, taking care to keep tho latter, Barker, that his defaulting poii at 10 A. M. DesidcB the two named the ami in tuts end be better men ami XRW APVKIUISEMKXTS. Business Practice, Correspondence, Clerking, Commercial Arithmetic, Mav all who rear, these lines pe- had formed a conspiracy to kill him and was Dr. John D. oilier candidate Penmanship and all Business Branches. Woods, of Warren. The first first ballot ruse this paper when it issues its first had made several attempts to do so. MISS LICCIE BEAfcLEY, 1802. Innontid flourl'hlni; Twrlvn InntructnrM. Pp trllh tho Wwutu Established for IUikIucm President Harrison has denied the stood Myers H2, Moore !M, Woods lo number in IS33. So here's health and I Uk thomuuhly l'timulttt. I In tho confltkMU-- of thn Hutlue ioniuiuiilty. ttetnnmt nut art fthtnl it trcurlny employment, and Sims 1, Dr. Woods voting for the h tppituw) to us all Li this life uud n glo- application for the pardon of President Tir tudent or incan n Tho ehnrt' are rtNiMnuibh. lUunl uu n thu rlly at low flrurt't. Hay and Nluht HomIoim Doe do ho to the end, rious reunion in tint which is to come. Harper, the Cincinnati bank wrecker. Corner Mam nml Depot Strertu, latter and continuing to tus promLsca. lnttlutloti Mdlcltcd. fcfcnil for catuloxtiu C W McGEE, PNlNCirAU His term does not expire until 1S07. when lie changed to Moore, and with Gov. McCkkuiy, like the good demoHenrv Burrus has confessed to the . Mr.Siniscavo him the iwMsary Bti to crat " Ml"lt'IUV that ho is, couusels against any fac- murder of Bode Burrus, his cousin, in l"mwwl hat, noMiru, Ac Trimming tloue lo or Myers' 34. It was a hotly contested ni cTriiciitt curH 01 mess .Matter are tional movement. Ho believes that county, giving as a season that uah me, who v. ill latlttyihc public In vcrv tight nuil when Myers finally wentdown Speaker Crisp made a mistake in making Christian 87. iyr was on his face an ho had drugged and ruined Hepry's sis- ti the accustomed smile Mr, Springer chairman of the Ways and ter. he arose to make the nomination unaniMeans committee over Mr. Mills, but J. M. HUBBARD, A. M.t President. Edward II. Kinc, the postal clerk mous and oiler n resolution that each thinks it is the duty of every democrat who was caught stealing a $'20 goltl piece Dc.iVr In member of the caucus pledge himself 1891. in the H0.3110 to do all in his power to at Paducah Saturday, committed suicide Foreign and Domestic Fruits, not to vote for any officer not a nomiuphold the Speaker and render his adFull coipt cl Contervatory and Norm it Srhool tea, l.cn, Superior courwm Idtrraturc, Muik and Bhootiug himself in at Paris, Tenn., by nee. Both propositions wore adopted Confeclioncrlr,tc. ministration a success. Savs he: "We. Art, Kictllcnt bounlin deptrtinnt. Caube nnd circulars tumuhed on application the head. and Mooro was declared the nominee cannot nflbrd to get into a factional quar with him a firM ila baVer and ran lurtmh Ill OscarJTurner, the negro who killed amid the wildest applause, 'there was n; stage of the contest, and, so Town Marshal Mantin, of Sharpsbunr, Hrrail, Cake and the hire on ihort notitr. rel at just time to nominate the clerk and as- far as this I am able to learn, there is no diswas captured nnd is now in jail at ML sistant before noon and this was quickly SALE OF position on the pan of the members to &C. Sterling, from which a mob is anxious done by the nnauimous choosing of do so. Such differences as to party polito get him. Hon. Green K. Keller for clerk and Jas. cy as A Vtlir.trmtrator! of Mr Mary C Gentry, we exists can best be arranged in caun Christian ttillull at puMic auctt at her Ute riideiiLuii W, M. Humphreys, E. Stone for assistant. The caucus then cus without and disruption of the par- county farmer, was taken out by White llauLin Llrniuh on adjourned till 3 to complete the nomi- ty." If the advice of this Caps nnd severely whipped. The reason nations.. 350, 1892, man is followed tho party will do well, I ho following property, given was that he was living ih a neThe House met at 12 m. and after be hut we fear that less conservative men gro woman. Thrrecod woik Mutes, sooil Milk Cow no ing called to order by the clerk of the will Kwe with Umli by NECKWKAK, COLLARS, feeding want to resent tho inexcusable moonshiners and Caille 10 oarllnKt ml htitkt iu had of ol kkhI sworn in I irt body, the members were and Ca)vt. M htwd In a fitfht between snub of their captain. slock Hog, S t k of Timothy Hay, oo harrrU revenue olficials at Sand Mountain, Ala , of I or mi the cr b, wKkiof fodder, Hindby 'Squire Pat McDonald. The election I KOd a lKireVja-oCat Unllrr, Dmc resulted, Moore 7t( Col. Si two of the mooushiners were killed and er, and all other K.uHirrow,Implrrmfiitt of Speaker Tiik Connnercial Club ,of Louisville win utiiallv farm, t,oolti of hcII cured a deputy United States marshal was fa found on i Adams, the nominee of the aopubli las has issued nn oflici.tl call or a State con Itecoct, and all tloutehuld and Kitchen Furnicans, 10, and Pettit, bolter, 4. Mr. Moore ferenct Jan. 20 and 21 for the purpose of tally wounded. ture, Ac. Terwir in The theatre at Gateshead, Ktiginnd, hand; over For all ummf fio and mh4, was escorted to the chair, which on tak- attracting attention to the importance that amount uith ojhI wcwritv, panic Saturday night, due luly itrlt bfurmr interest fpwn dayofwle ing ho made a sensible speech, returning of having our State well represented nt was the tceno of a y K. R. AX II. BNTRVt Adrnr his thanks and promising to net inn the World's Fair. The proposition which resulted in the death of ten CONIHTION OK THIS impartial spirit. nine of whom were children. Many nonpartisan and should meet with a corulal response and The canons on resuming its labors the meeting should bo largely attended, others were injured. FARMERS BANK & TRUST 00. Paducah republicans held an elecCUFFS, GLOVI2S, brother of In accordance with tho request of the nominated John Stuart, VI' M NirOR!, Hon. T. G. Stuart, enrolling clerk over a Club Judge W. 12. Varnoii has named a tion to decide who shall ho appointed ' At thu clce of bnalnrta Jtin i, itgi. and chose H. II. Houston, field of good men, Robert Tyler downed committee to represent Lincoln countv. which the police another Dig lieia lor sergeant-ai-armcomposed as followe; A. K. Denny, Dr. after a bitter fight, in H." and J. O. McAVhorter, our old friend of H. Brown, V. L. McCarty, had to tako a hand. N! ........ -......43iJio 01 was, after a hard struggle, chos-- ' naugli, Col. V. G. Welch'and Hon. Gov. Brown refused to petitions for , ..,.. Overdraft -- ......,..'... 9.014 19 Jordan Peter Chan-- J H. Miller. We shall have more to say pardonUn one batch, including that of Hue froM mMl(iH.HMMtMNM ....... ed for MM ytiiAt 04 MliN'S, WOMEN'S CBHILDUKN'S dler withdrew early n: ttie action. on the Mibject when space is not do liui- - Judge Pulliam of Breckinridge, who lUnk Urn, AtrainftWtaU 'ftvfum..... o " i urn m iwwiiM l4dyl 01 murdered a man who failed to respond " Ihe Senate caucus performed its work ited. in short order. Dave Smith, of LaKue, to his attempt at black mail. ' H Tuc New York Court of Appeals in S, 1). McEnery, democratic nominee was elected president, Ilarrv Glenn was. MAWUTIlfo for clerk for the fourth time aud handed down a decision w hieh gives tk e for governor of Louisiana, hn accepted. CapMftl MMi ....w.,. named W)&tttM William Cromwell assistant, making his Sonate to the democrats. They had the He favors submitting the lottery reve- 3rftft Fund........ ....... .M!HWW.MMt'MM. third time. Joseph B. Read, of Louis- Hqusp before, together with the rest of nue question to the white votcis of the UndlvM4 prnVv.,.H,....,MMMtMM,M.MSMa iji 7 l4ivMatde4t4..mMMMMMWMv jMt ville, easily downed all aspirants for the State machinery from governor State for acceptance or rejection. ,. DMbifetci.....i...M .... mhiSs 0 HXGGOGSTS. being put down. The legislature will undo the Club, in N ew Haley not even At the Metropolitan Col. Joseph II. Shackle-ford- , iniquitous gerrymander that has pre- Orleans, Austin Gibbons knocked out in nomination. vented the democrats from carrying ) the Andy Bowen in the ISth round. In of Daviess beat the veteran politiPRO PIT AN'D l.tlSS cians. George W. Castle. Bart Jenkins legislature, although at thnt-- s electing San Francisco, Joe MeAulifio whipped Undlvfdetl ld 9ct. r3 V the State officers by li)d,000 majority, Patsy CarditTin tho loth round. I5iont and echan lati J. W. Gibbs and others, for sergeant-at-- j nxmaniliB ..- .o,tj 93 Sn,r wt arms and W. O. Mize was elected enroll-- ! As president Harrison inveighed .o Mi Fannie Morris, who is tempo '( Dltributdi strongly against gerrymanders in v ing clerk over Pat McDonald aud S. C. rarity filling the portion of puiehasiug To current exfHmse ..Sijr4 99 x al, we hope this nows will be gratifing spent ofthe Eat Tennessee, Virginia Oitldend No, 3 .... 3 ftr ,oao 00 Both caucuses very properly excluded to him, but it will not. Gerrymanders and Georcin road at Knoxvilie, is said Curried to snr)ilti Headquarters Kor- only hateful to him when it shuts to be the only woman in the United Undivided piofiu rcmtKittjc .. 13! 7 $11,446 .' the independents, but Tom Pettit refus-- j ed to leave until a vote had been taken out republicans. States who ever held such a place. I, John Owdry, caahieraf the bvtl on his case separately aud then ho red The Indiana Midland railroad has H.ihU, do demnly tueir that the above tUtcmciK U.S. 1 ALU, who has iust completed oil' a lot of invectives, which gave the lie practically abandoned business. Station is true t the bet nf my KhowImIk and belief tho unexpired term of S. G. Shurp, as JOHN R OWSI.KV.CAfhUr his statement that he is a democrat, to agents have been notified not to sell iTieasurer of Kentucky, aud who was Sworn H. Owtlvy, thu me hy if further proof that he is not was neces receive freight, as no trains 31, ifci, to before ,V. M JIIKICIII l", N. V. L Dec tickets or C elected for thu full term last August, sary. would move. Several counties have notified Gov. Brown that ho would not levied on the rolling stock to secure 52. BUSK, giving as Ills reason the Congressman Drkkiisok, who sue- - qualify taxes. w constitution reduced the salary be. ceeded the irreat Carlisle in tho House of REAL AGENT, Representatives, may not be able to fill low what he could accept, besides mak FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. he is ing the otlice one in which thu incumbut tho shoesof the Ky. Thomson Bro sold to James preparing to strike at an abiido that is bent is ineligible to a second term. The IS butcher cattle nt - to lijc. IhiNcqmie a mi tulrr of FARMS for al) ol the growing in Congtess and if he succeeds assistant secretary of state, Mr. Norman, It l.lnculn Farmers that buy plows without very be tI'uT.im .trc allI, uuNm improved Louitly. Ilien) he will be entitled to the applause of the of Graves, has accepted the appointhull and gfwd I). Wearen will 1os rich UnuK, running firfittfidtiL' Geo. Me from 50 m 5k) Acm ment to till the vacancy. country. It is his intention, if possible, Cnntiilcring llnu Kxah y, their nchne& and trt-money. tilltv nf .il theCuiivcDitucuof turnpiU nd ril- to cut off the clerks of a lot of commit- n .... - m ..I.I i... tli i ior,-.mui A. J. Thompson bought of Wm. rtMui hvapernruiK rnrkci rlgut to our door, hvy ,( -were apparently orau?zo(l tees, which ;' llun tho Lamli of any other ounD.inl-hI art r TT .. his 8J'l. birthday, ' Tiiehdav. lie Payne a small farm near I'rea?hursvillo iim' oirfic . ... ucr- - i ft. ii.rij r(lll in ,ucuun for no other puipuHu uimi lupruviuui. , 'uiju, ... ty oier inllr irom mleict M 111 , wiu illll atSoO per acre. I ..!.... inonti iiuiv iiutt wcai iv !... he uuiity u checked with turnpikes running i.:,. rA..,,.i..: f T Ammmwd '1 l.ere m not u public rund en tlirrctlon . enjoynifiit of ins tuoiitdl men tte. a fot Judge W. K. Walker, of Lancaster, inevcrytuv county seat them a lutlo introiiRKe to diatribnU) in which will be encouraging to tiie states bought of lanc Herrin.of Hast Eud, S tiTiitC the KnuwiUc that i ind tnM.tCHOumwe! We have I. llrahch ot It CRAH ORCHARD, headquarter, for tho form of clerkships. Tlie clerks of U. dn idm the county from Kat to West jnd the men of this country, who aro advancing blop cattle at 2.00. C. b. K K tniui North to .Ninth; the K. L K K do noth ornamental committees either is supposed ' to the years when senility R II. Bronaugh bought of W . 11 troiri lius ulaco to Cin iimati. croni: theC ing nt all hut draw their salaries, or else at Winchester, i;mnM' full accost to the skess to begin. Dilliou tho Armendt tract of laud, oppo- inewricnr wltki. ncs.tiei, wu nave thtw larco they look after tho private correspondKlour Mills iti the county that give 11s u market 00 A Select line of Ladies' and Gentlemen's fine Custom- - Made Shoes, for all our main njht at homo; nnd the dWop. Wk aro really sorry that Editor A. A. site C. O. .Spring, containing about ence and department business of thu mentof the mour.taiti regions of limtcrn and acres, at Men's, J Joys and Youth's Suits and Overcoats. chairmen. Tho committees of which Lewis has ceased to edit the Somerset houthe.itern Kentucky h iiulroads uud tliu outMr. J. O. King writes us that Mrs. let Sonth hy railroado has cioated uch 4 demand Nice line of Young Men's Stiff Hats, a nice line Montgomery and Ellis aro chairmen will Republican. Ho always had something of Ladies' Jackets, tirovemlcr that we objected to tho pur- for all Mini of c ertals nnd home consumption. can scarcely retain enough tor which we propose closing out in the next 20 days regardless of come under .Mr. Diekerson's restriction. to guy in his paper and said it no matter Grove Kennedy 'I he people art! prosperous uenerou and kind of his place nnd that the sale is ofr believing in ChrWliAidty and education. 'J hrre price. A beautiful line of cheap Rockers nothing nicer for a The pair sold their birthright for a mess whose toos it pinched. He won't bo oil chase I not a neighborhood for his personalty. in the county hut has of pottage and ought to get left at every loug, we opine. There's too much ink present. good church and J. B. Mitchell, of Bourbon, sold his MauJoni, thu county teat or Lincoln. i .. on his fingers to get oil' easily. .,. Anftt rlrrir.,rJ.-,A flttt turn. i f""f!w in. itirtu farm of 0(1 acre, 1J miles from this perout nine city 01 about 2,500 tntiao.tauls siiiu u .. IN. KJ, V tho great uoorwuy from the North aud North- xr r C,.,. ll... i n..i..lr,rt, ouyai -- w IK., f.. pi, n C. rt lua. iu. Ci. v J,t J)n. Woods could not be nominated p'ace, to C. II. Meng for $14,000 cash. u tus. IUI pi; east South and from the Nonhwot to Southnut, It is said that the bedutifully penned and standee as it does Bannff right into the ioh. 22 lbs. lor $9 IliVhest market price for country produce. n copy of the now constitution, written himself for Speaker, but liis vote nomi- Dinville Advocate. om of the undeveloped niouiiUins of bouthcattcrn Bahr & Kahn, the Middlesboro Kelituckv backed up bv the wholo Itlui (jruui by Hon. V. K. Ramsey, of Laurel, on nated the man who finally got there. If i. region ot the btale with railroad running through execution of which de- Mr. Moore is half as good a man as the butchers, will be hereJMonday it to all points of the com pans, malex it naturally parchment, the located towns In South for hoes. See J. E. Bnfce if one of the hestund other eniernrlcrc the mmmitinlr layed adjournment of tho convention a man who voted for him, the body made minnfactures nf Full Line of Water Works ate now being acltated and right' you want to sell anything. day or two, is fast fadiug out and that a no mistake in honoring Moore. ahouu Ihe town ahouti of a u.ilc There is a fair general demand for there could be erected Water Works with wry new copy will havo to be made. "Sic His newspaper friends especially will cattle in Cincinnati with best at J to 3; little Cot that would supply a city of iy,ooo intransit gloria inuudi" and of delegates, bo habitants with the purest aud best water in the Hon. G. Our little city hi been in .majority of the men who thought they en glad thattho House.it. Keller was chos- hoes aro higher and best hi ing l.Oo; world. few yearsand its huilness newly rebuiltre. the last house ard clerk of It is his fourth sheep are linn at U to 5jc. making a name and fame to endure compare with Urger cities of greater idences will were A splendid assortment of is good enough man to bo time and pretension!, uur tradesmen are forever, are almost forgot aheady and if given the he a as long Tho Louisville tobacco sales for the all prosperous andmerchants and We have two doing well. position as ho desires a capital stock ol $400,000 that are year closed with a total of 154,810 hogs- banks with and in a good condition. their names were not appended to the it. prosperous We have splendid schools. We have a Female constitution they made after so much heads against 144,012 sold in 1890. Tho College, a large brick building, with over 100 pti. Gov. Bkown'h message, which was de- Bales were only 00,000 three years ago. waste of time and money, but few would rils in attendance and under the prlucipaUhip ot or their deeds. livered to the Legislature yesterday, is buy plows without rruui m. Muuoaru, is in a uourisning Condi We also desre to call the attention of the -- Farmers that be left to remember thm public to our line of tion, said to be a short and business like doc- first seeiug W. L. PawBon will not only school,We aKo have aY,Seminary that it a good with Prof II, Hlakcmanat its head. We ument. We will give it all or its salient nave one or the bewt rublic bchdol bul Id inert in ' plan of tariil Tub loose money, but will miss the opportufeatures in our next issue. is said to be to add wood, iron, nity of having the best plow on the mar- von teu our school facilities are oxcelltnt. m f Wo hac elegant church bullmngs, representing coal, etc., to the free list and to bring in NEWSY NOTES. ket. Which is Unequalled, general revision and reG. li- every denomination, with a full corps ot ministers no bill for the Tho day was so bad that J. of lias class talent jnd are doing a better buuincss -- Jim Bass, a miner, was arrested at ving sale was a failure. Sheep Bold at than any class of intn In the city. duction of the tariff. More than this is have tried to make this as expected of the democrats. They are Middlesboro for a bloody .murder com- $4.60; a sow and seven 00 pound pigs without an v exaggeration or statement as facts, coloring, those mitted in Florida. who know will beam e out, nnd thoe who wish not able to pasa a bill with a hostile Logan Murphy will hang at Salyers-yill- brought f 23.50 and 20 of the 500 barrels to buy pleasant homes at lair prices and locate Jan. 8, unices Gov. Brown inter- of corn at 2. The other things were among a good people with alt tho best surround-in- g president aad Senate, but they can at would do well to call and tee me before purSTANFORD, KY . fere. Murpby killed his father. withdrawn, least show their baads, chasing elsewhere, Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal I AKOTittit Now Year finds car-load- h ,j6,jRUPLEY,-- W. F. WALTON. 1gtfl"fgtlfaty. 'Ldit waf d - long-dra- wn Fall and Wsrster Goods isj, a v 11 Telegraphy wo-m-- in-la- Milliner and Dress Maker -J - I ! :javiMaafMo Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September int, STOCK, 11 level-heade- d Wednesday, Jan. 11 0TL'ERCOATS to-- 1 n -- fint-cL- u wt ch per-Bon- ?, Heavy Underwear, Dress Shirts, j 11 ' post-mast- s j Iho-Jacko- HK AVY BIOOTB ASH door-keepe- r. yo . , ... w.. ta mm FINE -- oT TrN'nn & 4 door-keepe- r, M'HOSERTS pr!, gener-Thoma- s. M 11 11 j 1 K. & W i Stoves, REN Heating Stoves, to-da- Me-Carle- T. ESTATE Stanford, 111 Cooking Stoves, Stoveware, Stovepipe. 1 1 -- . ': ! 1 ., .- 1 X - 1 ' .t f 5 1 t - PERKINS mm m uun sa:s!i?a mmi hdk, bubbuder, u, S-- 5. 11 nhnot-hous- e. j prpe-jT- '"" i forlmtch-eratnirau- d w. I'tiititiiHS, eral) Orcliarcl. (hrtv-fourt- hs I F0BEIG1T and DOMESTIC FRUITS. I Crisp-Spnng- leg-hUt- lon I -- 1 e, FARRIS & HARDIN. 1 vH V :.'.! ' "?VV .4ti. l tj J.V -- w K . , "yr 0 T ;fo . $' '!- -, M fr Semi-Weekly InteriorJouknal A HaI'PY and prospcrouB Now to 'you tuiii yonrfl! Vnr ItotiN to tlio wife of Sunt. jrlrh V. P. Mc Clary a S5S.7JV ORDER TO Do lit no 181H Sexton J. M. Ilendrickn A cottaok on Hiifltonvlllo Htrcet nnd Btankokd, Ivy., Januaiiy 1, 1302 tworoonm iu my ruHidunco for runt. J. tells us that lit whito adults and eleven children were burled in IlufHilo CemeK. Alford. tery. This is three mom tlian the year b.o.walton, raue. ManoRer MEANS IU8INESS. ilonuittA. cttllnntl ftuttlM. A. 11. Penny. Havk your watch, clock and jewelry oik repaired at A. It. IVniiy'u. All uurrnutetl. KKMKMlMHtllHtnll BilVCrWlirC. WfllclieH, K.voiuvtNO beautifully ntid nrtistlcnlly U. Ponriy'H. Youu account Ib now rtndy. PlcnBo bought tit A. K. lVnny'H will bo engraved free of churue, riiiR, Str , PERSONAL POINTS. L. 11. Ciii:vbU up from Himodsburft Dit. 0. 11. McltoneKTH U quito hick with la iriipu. Im one of tlo MiinAnmk Bal-giimgrip Mitlererfl. a Mipri K tik Fk iku'fon in Gloalts, vtiltini: friendttnl Paint Lie. Mit. W. II. Minimi, of MoKinney, A .nk. iMJM ABt ban moul to Kouhuul. Mu TnowAh IJti;i.fHf of Madison, bus V WM J been visiting Mr. H. Cobb. II S. Kaui1, of Canton, Ohio, U visiting hift brother, Mr. A. J. Kurp. goods, .1. S. Wells, the popular prescription clerk at W. I! Mcltobcrtn', is quite ill. Mi tut Ottii: Tiiuhmonii Is back from n visit to Mrs. John S. May, at Somerset. Miw. Hl'HaS Skakukkt returned from a visit to Dr. Searent at Hopklnsviltc, yesterday. Miu ami Mus. A. 1). I'voor havo iiioumI to Mrs. T. M. Uoodkniht's house on A. tlio Danville pike. Miss Kmma Donna has finished her Jessamine tchool nnd ii now uithfiiunda TO- in this county. Miu IakCamhikll, of Taylor county, n pood friend of the ! J , Is visiting friends in this county. Mi much Kjima ami Pi:akl Moour, of V o College, spent the holidays with friends in JuNtmine9 Mu. ami Miw. T. D. Kankn have gone TroaHurer, J. D. Smith, P. Sc T. t housekeeping in Mrs. Dnviom9 house VNI) SKI; WIIVT MONF-WILD DO. on htreet. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Kkwaiui or i?76. Hill Teeters, the MihUfi MortK ItAr.O C. Pesrce, V. seamp who phot Mnrdwl Xewland, Mr. Win. It CreMer, 1M, and Mins K. Wnrnerand Fams Jone are guests fn)m th' jonitntiary farm on the ! hJn Alice M.Terry, 17, were married yiBter-ilnHauihey, of Mr. J. will lath Mini is still at hue. Tin Mh and Miw U. (3, Walton relornd 950 nnd mhiid eitiens here $36 for Twenty nevon children have blemed fruin their eastern hritUI tour yeitenlay Kir his return to the jail hero or to the pen- the looking well and ver happr. union ot Mr. and Mra Samuel Den e itentiary. its powi r. It create-- , the deam that mu the engines of the woild, and why not he n power iu purrliafting nett, of (iihner ionutyv W. Va. Tlio And will nevei Mil. J. M Fahhih went down to Pan-- , years of age. ie to wo Mr. nnd Mr. M. J. KarrtH Oil Tub Klift National Hank deebrel a mother is but The following couplefl eloped Wed f r i I'trnU ii spend the winter. dividend of .! v cent on its utosh wirn-iiifMn asm Miw. J. I. Daus have ImIcoii of $I0,KK).2O and after jwyinj: all needay nnd were married in Jellcigon- will exptJiiieP, txH, Ar, nrriHl 11,000 to ville: Robert Fipee, of Gravel Switch, r ju wh at Mr. Ituhu Williams and SO to undivided profits, and MIha Dettn Hottomn, of Noith Fork, riurphtH nnd tike umdsattho Pnrtuinn limine. SXIOES, ? Mi.mhiu'. mm H. Uuvvh and H. O j a pretty hIiowIhk for a very bad Doyle count); Mr. L.J. Fowell,of Doyle, county, and Mis Kmma 1'ipes, of Grav- Coino and try It; then if yon nro mam, vMiom menus nore are aiways tfx mouths. not picked, return to your first love. I will not give any price, because I prefci you should ed Switch, nnd Mr. Logan Whitlock and Tuwwlay. j.nd to see, wiid us a Should see the Muff. F. M. Wine, tiie.widu iiwHkn McKin- Mih Mary Dtdle Coulter, of Casey Ma. ami Mas. Kohrui J. l.M.ns. of Nashville, niter spending Chrittmns at nhy moreimtit, in now involeinj: proKint-tor- county to opening up Monlny, Uh, on a Mr J M. Cooke's left for homo Th- The Georgetown Time publishes a Mrictlv cAsh hrtsi. thj only benhible uy U ar out announcing his now liht of 1?0 MronB who died iu town And all bhall haio alike the rich, the poor, the great, the strong, the week, the wUe and foolMi Money uill tell. I am ik-plan. Mih Mixmk STiuni returned from tcrminud to In liana Tuesday and wilt be At home pricea, which aro the lowe.st ever hvArd and county last year over 7(5 years of nice. The average is WJ yeais and the ho ii much plcaH of iu bin section. (or a mouth or two. combined age l.ntl years. ed with Franklin, wlierehhe bus a jZD UTZ3 A narr 20 couples of Suudnrd'rt voiiiil Mrs. Mary. Gnrnett, relect of the esUhllshmont. Nan and Kit people Rtortited MifttM J. M. IlAiiiUhO.v, of Iloyle county, and a Uiughmnn, tiertrude Howard, Loain late 'Scpiire Wm Gaiuett, died ait tier If cloc attention to fair dtahng nnd luv prices will da it, an come to the store next to Karris and IfnidinV, in tlio liomn nt Trnb Orchard, Monday night, democrat, has bon nppoiutnl a 3i 100 CoiFey Hotel and peeiue. and Nellie 'Upton nnd Iiura McAnally of the grip. Mm was a Bnptit for innny ilerk intheoiliee of the llrst eontrolliT I1, Woods', Monday evening, year and a splendid christian woman. at Mr. K. of the treasury t as . rtsult of a recent and Hper.t a mo4 dliuhtful time at tha t lOtnpetttive examination in Unit ofluwpiuble hourit. At tie proper hour CHURCH AFFAIRS. fice. refreshment of a de hlfchlly pmalng un(Vkii'HH enteitsin" Mh akii Mih Georgia in the banner Methodist to n were pmtakeu of ami the wee kuui1 d Mr nnd Mrs. K C Walton t a State. It has DWOOO. at which were liuiira had come before the happv crowd dinner S5 Kid. J. J. Montgomery will preach dinperbed. including Mrs. c,y numerous friendr, at the Cbrintian church in Stanford on WTji AND and Mipsch Jennie Keid, Ia.s'(i.N No. l0, F. and A. Y. the Una Sunday in January. xft?5 Kate Cooke. 7Xr.' AVf2 Rev. Charlie Fowell will pieacb at st Mason, elected (5. L. Fenny, W. M.; M. "JJI:''E5 Mas, Johivii Hisuoi in company with F. Unlet, S. W ; S. M. Owhih, J W.; A. Kurdi Dranch next Sunday and at her brother, F. M. Ware, went to Cm K Fenny, Trerturwr. S. S. Myers, Secre-Uir- Hright's School-housUpright and Horizontal. Sunday night. ;iSS3!S jimfi cmnntl WdueHday to buy furniture in Y. Sheppard will preach at '&m&u Rev. W. T. J. Hatcher, S. and T. The and Portable. All Stationary, irT 1tt pin co of what they lost br lire the 'JJd. power. will be nppoiuted at the next meet- the College chapel Sunday afternoon at sizes up to . Mr, ami Mrs lllshop will live at Mrs. Sw ing. A ;i o'clock, after which the Holy ComMr, IVnuy is the youngest Mason Uncqualcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and KfiCw ??'! 11. Kind's place on the Danville pike. JWBOTI4 ft who ever held the high position of munion will be cehbiated. Durability. Mu. vmiMhh Kohkht Mt Ai.ihtku and Worwhiphd Master W. F Arnold will begin a proRo Write for Free llhmrjicd Pamplcts nml your w ants to in this lodge. Ho in family have poim to their new home in bright iu the work and determined to tracted meeting at bin church next Sun& CO., JeftHanune, taking with them tlio tood take all tin degree both iu ancient an d day. 'I he mtiMc will be uuuHually tine, who sadly egrrt SPRINGHFLD, OHIO wishes of many friends NI W YORK CITY aa Frof Fogg will iihsist Mrs. S. F. Stagg mod rn Mwnonrv. to havehO excellent a couple mvo. W and the choir, w hich ia a strong one. J X.MKNEFEE Caul IhutiiM's uuw version of "Ten hope they will find us warm fiiends in of A C.SINE Frank Herreford, Theil quaiterly meeting of Stan-- : their new home ah thono they left, ami NightH iu a liar Room" umkfH this old ford charge, will be held at the Motlio' Monroe county, V. Vn ifl dead. vinit ub. play even moie realistic and ontoiMiu that thev will return oftn diht church Saturday and Sunday, Jan. nig than evr. It has one of the finest Hand 10. Rev. J. O. A. Vangbt, of neoinnine vvithTheNcwVear.it VIUINIIY. CITY ANU morals th.it tho stage could inculcate, Harrodburg, will till FreMding Klder is customary to form new resoluThe best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky, 'ui k account la due. IMease call and showing as it does the terrible eouso IUud's place on that ocrbion. A full tions and as far as possible profit queueos of Mrong drink. Tempeianco meeting of the oilicial members is re- by experience of the past. The Hettle. A. A. Wairen. SASH, LUMBER, peophi an well as tlioo w ho nro dibposed general credit system having been quested. MOORS, Fon Dent. Debidcnee now occupied to look ou the wine while it is red, The Journal s.iys that Revs. J, W. universally condemned by both by W. M. Higgina. Apply to John M. should aeeit enacted at Walton's Opera BLINDS, HughcH, oftho Methodidt church, and debtor and creditor as a curse to McUobert, Sr. House, this, Friday night. The compaVerandah and Stairwork at city pi ices. W.J. Howe, of the Christian church, our country, one of our young gro ny curios an excellent naud, which will will begin a debate at Wihnore Jan. -- 0 J. K. Caumn writewthat his wife .o c ceiy merchants has concluded that SI-Agive a parade at 'J i m , today. Don't and continue four days. As neither is n ChriritmaB prehent iu the shape of it will be wise and profitable to hiu a fad to sou it alt. We carry a full stock of everything found in a man of much learning, it ia more than both himself and his customers to a lO'pound boy. .questions that they steer clear of this reef that has1 ThkiiiiwumI entertiluiuent given at probable that the Wi: have jut leceived twentv-Hv- e Walton's Opera Hou.se, Tuesday night, will debate will become more muddled made shipwrcek of so many in utao new lot of ruga and Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract pieces of carpet, bv Frof. Raphael ICoenter, of the Royal than ever to their hearers. the past and at the same time offer Son. Severance oil cloths. SINE & MENF.FEE. Stanford, Ky. uiu uncie josn. Consei vatory C of M Ubic, Herlin, was such inducements to his custom or building. .I, The next attraction to appear at Wal- ers that they can not afford to buy much enjoyed by Fnoi. J. A. Cn HTKMi announceH that highly creditable and ton's Opera House, Saturday, Jan, 2, he will open a subscription Hchool at a retlned audience. Tho profeBAor ia will be the celebrated and only Unc'o their Groceries elsewhere. For exRowland ou the tlrst Monday iu Febru- - maater of tho violin and gave Keveral Josh Spiuceby, n Yankee farmer. This ample lie will sell you ditllcult nuinbera with ease ami beauty. company comes to Stanford billed us the oo Harnum ol auKee comeuiew, ami issam 20 lbs. Granulated Sugar for$i Miss Lula Ikitson's vocal and iuBtrumen-1 run ly real water is a he8t coimnly companies 23 lbs. best C Sugar You will find the 00 As old mill, tnl tonirioutions were very pitasmg, to hlM)ne ' lho ,n ths w.0FOn. The plav is on 5 lbs. Choice Green Coffee... 1 00 spccinl ncenery of Ten part of tho -Miss Nellie Johuston on the violin and Old Homestead," 0( th Nights in a Bar Doom. All the papers in n duet proved herself a fine musiciau, t the 0(lor 85 and other rural phiya. 4 lbs. Arhuckle's Coffee "County Fair" upcnk in highest praiwo of the company, while Miss 'Mny Hughes piano efforts The drama, while brimful of tho hu- - 2 gallons best Coal Oil 25 which will be at Walton's Opera lloueo .,o 25 .U 3 cans 2 lb. Peaches The 0.r1jK-JStonight. Tomatoes 25 own little Isabella Bailey was loudly and Hnv nf f0W0 piay B0 frequently seen 3 cans Corn vio- - n allegel comedies. In connection with 3 cans 25 J. II. Wkuts, tlie oldest clothing mer- longly applauded for her excellent la a very nne oann ami or. Lexington, has failed. He lin performance!) in which she evinced tho company And many other goods in like chant in musical talent; Mr. Ho- - chestra, containing 12 aolo musicians. proportion. A fine stock of Famused to bo worth $100,000, blithe never her inherited Saturday, Jan. J, about noon, this band gavo several dillieult pieces ; n uninue nn(l aiimBinff arade. ily Groceries and in Fancy Groadvertised and got lont from the proees mer Uataon violin, which were both compli each member dressed in tlio garb of a Also a complete line of GROCERIES and HARDWARE, Salt, ceries, Fruits and Candies a dission. When approached by solicitors, on the rnentary to his ability und to the excel- Down E.wt Hayseod, direct from Onion play that can not be surpassed. Lime, Cement, Pumps, &c. I apprccfatc past favors and respectfulho always replied that ho whs too well Reserved Vermont. adverting. There are lence of his instructor. Tho entiro pro- county,Mcltoborta' drug store. seats on Come and see me, opposite Port-ma- ly solicit your trade for the New Year. known to need gramme was smoothly and artistically sale at several such men in Stanford. They House. and especially appreciated by I the Speaker Moore says he will have his may not fail, but wo are certain they given D. numerous musicians who were present. committees ready by Monday, will never Rot rich. Ilu-pley- i juet received. before, when 32 were buried. -- Call and net thu beat bargain you over i.i Thk Stanford Lodo of Odd Fellows secured. B. P.JnniHtSr K.tve a splendid bsncpiet at the Coiluy Tiik statement of tlio Farmers Unnk House Tuesday niht, which was grently nnd TniHt Company nppenrH in this ono;d by tlio members and n number It Is a capital one, Itend it. of invited brethren and other KUi'Mfl. Attbntion 1b called to the card of Mies Covers were laid for 60, but the Crab OrLice In llcnley, who will during tlio year chard and Kiisville Iodises, which were expected, were not present, owia to the LSI 2 keep her poods and hiihiiicBH promvery bad weather. Mrs. Co Hoy trh d inently before the public. her hand on the preparation of Hie Tuitounti theollortsof Mr. F. L. Clif- viands and tables ami ifuhe was as proud ford, tlio Masons hero pent i'M to tlio of her puccess as the O Id rellows were, Maponie Orphan Asylum to buy tlio lit- she was a very happy woman. The metle folks a ChtistinnH treat. nu connoted of oyster soup, oysters raw und fried, turkey, chicken, ham, croTnnK indebted to me will confer n INIi, rolls, beaten hWuitH, four jjrent faor by calling mid settliup with- quets, kinds of salmis, banana and vanilla ice out having to ho dunned, I need the of cake, money to carry on my huelniM and must cieam, sherbet eiht kinds grapes, oranges, banautifl, apples nnd . havo it by Jan. 1, or sooner. II. 0. nuts of the various kinds. The Lode had a jrood deal of work to do in oonfer-riii- K "Itxci.k Josh .Snuf(Kii" is one of the decrees and it was 10.30 before the funnientof all performance. Ho and members appeared at the hotel. Kov. liin luro company will bo with us Satur A. J. Damjherty, the oldest Oild Fellow day nlpht, lid, and pive 1;0 lauphs in l.iO in the county, was to have made an ad- minutes. It won't do for you to Htay drrsfl, but ho faileti to come. At the supper Mr. Joseph Severance was mas-traway. ceremonies, but there weo no That hterlin and reliable linn, Seve toasts and no wine. Following are tlie unco k Son, bepin the New Year with a names of those who participated: Jos. display "ad.," which they will run dur- Severance, J, D. Paxtou, S. T. Roberts, ing the year and keen our readers post- II. F. Kouten, V. U. Holley, A. P. Mob-erled on prices and banrains James Douplas, I. M. Uruce, J. K. a ninle arrest during the holidays Hruce, John Newland, James T. Harris, Not and no disturbance, of any kind is Stan- Dr. L. F. Hull'iimn. Geo. H. Cooper, W ford's record this tiun. It epeaks vol- G, Ihiney, J. A. Allen, John X. Menu-feA.T. Nunnelley, W. F. McClaryJ. umes in prnis" of the best town of its It. HiumnH, H. C. Krtton, A. C. Sine. T. hke in Kentucky. .May she always keep L.Shelton, II. J. McUoberts, Wtllia-her record clear. Dauirherty, J. K. Van Arsiisle, Frank L. McKinnhy Ifdttu of Miisoiih elected CliHonl, J. M. Carter, Peter Straub, Jr., V. II Davidson, V. It. D. Thompson, Lee Wattp, J M. officers as follows. V.; K. Cress, J. M.; 15. J.Tnnner, V. S. S. Myers, T. W. Geer, T. V.; F. M. Ware, S. I).; W. A. Coifey, J. Hamilton, Jas. Carrier, S. M Owens, 0. D.; 15. Smith, SecrwUiry, K. I. Tanner, (. Ihfcer, D. W. DoukIasi, W. 15 Hici lino of BAtnplu bIioch it-m- ie. Before tailing stoch, we will sell between noiv and the 1 Oth of January, our immense stoch of Reduce : Our : Stock Carpets, Oil Cloths, Straw .Matting, $x., at 1 ' JV ,1 . Clothing, Dry Goods, Shoes, Boots, Hats, Furnishing Goods, Trunks, n1 PRICES : NEVER HEARD OF Before. Overcoats and Ladies' .1 : also Blankets and Comforts at -- : v IIII .K I1W M 0k IP'1 R ICKS Ml of ..- Our stock contains no half worn out samples or auction hut only clean, nice goods. EgJs and Feathers bought at highest market prices at THE LOUISVILLE MANES -- y, STORE n a f Main Street, Stanford. GABRIEL, Managers, URBAjYSKY, Proprietor. e, COME Hen-drick- The !o-- Hold-eriiiu- i lew A rRSJl Store &4 V I et-ui- ped J stt y. i as -- Id ra r-- i 1 1 fi DRY GOODS, FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS, NOTIONS, 1 1 1 go-n- l and HATS .fl 3 vi-d- t y I WILL POSITIVELY KEEP NO BOOKS, V 4 1 inil-huer- v BU -- . CrOOID CASH TSA.IDE bu-ine- s ; (.(. J. S. M . . ...SJ f3 "MMl'WJ f, Koltt-McAHst- er 8TII1AM Semi-Portable UIKfMN3ES Sal-houn- d r- STEEL BOILERS, 26-horse Nminja M y; e m den-co- ns 'YZJF &.'mMM H wmw. .i.' I ir-nt&w T3IE JA3IBS LEFFEL -- Q. PfYf T 111111)01 O UajlllUl tl lj TllTllPP LATH, SHINGLES, X Pn Cll U, VI i S i Al 11 FLOORING, CEILING, SIUING, T j WOVE1T WIHilE AND 7ESTOB FIRST CX.iS.SS X.XJMBER TTimD. ! ( AtTBTFOSTEE- S- , 1 ' .,, ,,! - J tt JJSJX ffl?S FARMERS 3 BEST FRIENDS. Oliver Plow, Studebaker Wagon and Dick's Feed Cutter. : 3-l- b. 2-l- m .A' , ! A t 'Pi --W n JESSE k WEAKEN. $ J. B. FOSTER. :&afc r ljV K 'tf" : i ., t - ", & rr Jf .. J V ) J& 'J wf A - n ' ( f . . y '. .Vk ?r,TM jL. 1 ' 5 ffJ " -- rt W Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa. AT NYE IN MISSISSIPPI. - Published Every Tuosday and Fr day 3 PER YJSAR.IN VZ""" (VXOfi WWhen net o pid $3, GO will t charged."! K. o. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leaves Rowland at 7.06 a. m., returning t 5:20 p. m. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail train going North M..n jj pm South 34pm ., Express tram " South 13am North .15Jm Local Freight North ..659 dm South 312pm The latter trains also carry passengers'. The above i calculated on standard time. Solar time it about 10 minutes faster 1 V i It Colds and Coughs croup, sore throat, bronchitis, asthma, and hoarseness ... ' v i' V, M. TS?" ' i r .. V. f I . L I '3 -- - M ' . ' f ht& VX& a slavery. A meeting of the stcckholders of the Farmers bankX trust Co will le held at their banking Within tho last 6ix months n member heuse in Stanford oti the first Wednesdar in of tho legislature died. What becatno 9, lor the purpote of electing clet en Directors to serve thu ensuing year of his soul haven't tho slightest idea, d J II. OWSLKV, Cashier but on his body was found n shirt in A reliable man to represent a reliable Loan Aswhich had been sowed sovontecn $1,000 cured by sociation Will loan money immediately after a bills, which represented his savings dur Ncticoof Election. branch is organucd. Good Southern reference When Itaby was nick, wo gave her CaslorLv from parlies who hive loau. We want ing 1110 snort session of tho legislature. men to handle our business Address A meeting of the I presumo ho saved this amount by goWhen she was a Child, she cried for Cnstoria. torkhoilers of the l.infolii F. II. CHASE, SI IT ,fl.XK A, N Y (.olllll t lluildini; ami Mtliuis u.n 1... ing without cigars. Tho amount of the When she Wnmc 511s, she clung to CaMorla, held at the offue ul the Fanners Hank A Trust Cc. tin Saturday standing bribo offered to tho public When she had Chll'lren, alio gave them Casiorla. Dec J lor the psirpoe of electing tune Direnort to serve the ensuing year and most effective schools by tho lottery, and accepted, to JM II.1R. H.IIAl (.II.MA.N.Sci-Bay nothing of inunmerablo bribes from emergency medicine. AS'VbF K,1T ivkti'fej $20.000 dowu to a vermouth cocktail, does I UT .jr - rjIt should bo in every s . h not prevent a profit which. I am assured in ix j' a Uucklln'a Arnica Salvo. by a gentleman of New Orleans who is family. Liaooln Co. Bufldinjr & Savings Association 1 he best salve lor Hustonvillo, Ky. thoroughly familiar with tho affairs of sores, ulcers, salt in the world sores, cms, bruises rheum, fmcr tetler, chap- A full the lottery, averages ISO per cent, per ped hands, chilblains, corns and ill skin crop hue f C rTins C ixkets .ilwajs nn OFSTAMOUt), KY . tions snd positively cuies piles, or no pay requirhind ii "m annum on the investment. Lowell, ed. It is guaranteed to civo perfect satisfactiac, OllUem farmers Hank A '1 rust Co , will on My friend. iMr. Jay Gould, who is Price it cents per bo. or money refunded 1st, 169. highest authority on quick wiles For sale by A K. Penny, Stanford, Ky. l jf WsJI VEXD0ME5 HOTEL and small profits of any 0110 in the Issue Another Series of Stock. Happy Hooalors A. S. WAl.l AC K STI.KI 1, United States, said tho other day in Wm. iminons, pitmater ol Idaville, Indiana, Any one .kmg a afe would d to tho 6tato lottery of Louisiana untes "I.lectric IlittLis hait ilune nio.c mr ine SURGHOy DENTIST. R. CA3INITZ, MaiiK'r. well l investlgaie. as cHllatasntronde moro than all uthr mtdli.ines combined, for that bad that it boomed to him like receiving ten Uexkly sa)iKMita tfas Office on Main street, oer W. McKobertt kidney and frelinp trouble.' than S per cent, same wsraiotksn. Fjsahles men Drug Store, Stanford. dollars from tho ticket holder and" put- John arising from and stotkinan, liversamb pbne, J:ill'SToNll I.K. K J farmer of ofMmilwd saswas to seenre a home. Msney to loan Llectric lliltcra to be the 1at ting live of it in tho drawer nud then i mo geetl rest eiate ji h er Thoroughly refitted and refurnished ad fsiily feel like KNTE11KI) THE NEWSPAPER OFFICE. S. II HANKA. II J.IiARST. shaking dice to sco who should have the man and J. W medicine, made me merchant, anew prepared to attend Ir the wants of tit psabllt A " Gardner, hardware I S. II (.'OH KS, same fine NAM Pi.K ROOM attaibed II. t. PAR Kit. it- . Ho is connected with soveral enter- other fivo. town, says "Klectru Hitters is lust the thing fnr I N. MKNMrF R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. V.A TKIIill.lt. a man v,po is all run down and don't care whelb II. IIALOIUIAN, J prises, which ho showed us among Of course tho underground machin- er he lives or die; lie found new strength, jrood JUS. SKVKKAMh J I'. PltVTDX others, a cotton compress. This ma- ery necessary to tho successful onoratum tppetitc and felt jut like he had a new lean on DENTIST. life Onl) 5t u bottle at A. R I'cnns drug JOS. SK KKANLV, PresMent . Office on Mam street, opposite Portman House, chine cost $3."i,(J00, and cost for repairs of tho lottery in deliauco of tho postal store N Thst iMtreo forewarn, huaters, fi.htmueit ami J H HAUi.HM up stairs Nitrous Oxide Oas given for painless last year $1..0. compressing tho laws is naturally very extensivo and for W M. othtts Mat t troasMlM on Mr land wlthsntt Trssa...rr extracting. LaOrlppo A wain. as all tuh svsll he proses ited to the hard to break up. But with tho law and cotton tho company receives sixty-fiv- e STANFORD, KENTUCKY. UK I'Sl I.KOVF." ciUmtof the law. Sges During the epidemic of Ijs Gripfte last soaMa cents per bale, and seventy bales aro the sentiment of tho country against it, Dr. King's New Ditrnsery for Co.ssntion, C. .M.M'OOVAMOOHK couipresed in a minute, therefore the its extermination is only a matter of Coughs and Colds, prosed to the best temedy J K. IIKUCI 5J O THOMAS C. 1IAI.I. from manv who used it confirm thus t profits in the business aro worth consid- time, and the statesman or tho journal Keporls C. MKH.KIIA11.F I'liey were not onlv iiKkly relieved, In fact, it beats grand larcony, looking for a 30b vll do well to consider trie dirse left no lad alter results W( ask hut SAI E ering. A. M 1'I.UNH ou 11. W t. A INKS. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, and does not involve so much night this excellent opening. Tho lottery, too give this limed v a trial anc we guarantee that IAMKS.IVI-NTk kswet larm akdfuhesi .ml m l.m. In, , will be sitisfied uh rcnlts.or the purtlwisc work. It stands next to tho Louisiana however, has friends where you would prue will be S 11111 cesnsirtsttur STANFORD. KY. o acres ol l!n l.r.ss l.ausl. uta It lias no cual in la lest wilkia two asiles ut .Vao,ud, tsse .nstmysrat rppe, ir anv hroat. liei or I.ung troutde State lottery m the matter of dividends least look for them. Office in Odd Fellows Ruilding, up stairs. of IJsscnlaj. 1'riHsied l.y the Savlby CO) turn ike Trial Inittles Iree at A K Penny s Drug More A business imiu of Now Orleans im- I.srge rK.itli' ,,,, D.HsUle aisst accsoUM to the Sim feed Office hours 7 to 3 a m., t to a p. m , 7 to 3 p. m. and freedom from intellectual strain. I vandti Thi. is oast af the best sos.k Faisn. inlir Perhaps J should add. however, that ported a clerk from one of the northern and is U rrgUa high Mite at ul. this niachino is not in Wo states not long ago. Within a few week vaunt) Abundance m( aid lor all por,- - .. . f UuiltHii ii Sswl U f'tsile aa.l is suitable fnr the next visited a largo ico machine and bot- - ho noticed that tho clerk was receiving growing DR. W. B. henp Wbacco. .era and wheal Th land is tling works. Tho ico machine is also a a largo quantity of mail. It kept on la the corporate limits o Rowland locairtt v, that ii its be divided and ! ll due very profitablo enterprise, but it also ars sad till finally ho inquired of tho aires ofhundred f and scswily.eight atasvd lit napro.rMtsrt are a large ginid Inad, in a high state csilllsaliafi II I. DAKST .Kowlaad. t MiMAtllnss a nnetini ImI was not in operation. Artificial ice is no was managing a A larpe, splendid new burn, two good t.ibintuttd ""in miuiuur Ac. the bsMi o Irsut ( all kiusU, ctr l.r Inl r sell ' Office South side Main streot, in office recently constructed by lowering tho temperature matrimonial bureau or something of that other ouihosiMM Willmiles cheap, llHstwiville, Ky. P. apply 10 II lilNKS.Su.f,.,,) Tills land lies from vacated by Dr. L F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. J l lf)NKs, artificially to such au extent that ordi-- 1 uature. S. P. STAGG. V kll.M, Piaeville HOUSE. - innary water becomes hardened. Beforo Stanford, Ky The clerk made a clean breast of it I visited this machine 1 was in utter igno- and showed his employer that tho letters 11. KIL.EY Proprietor, F. II K Z' PKKSORHIING M. CRAIG, rance regarding tho process. Wo visited contained remittances from his old &Sft'?r&r3lrG sswwi London, - - - Kontucky. tstotdr. m' rt rri a jh ai "iit.hu mat. soveral other enterprises at Greenwood, neighlwrs up north, who knew that ho 1) VUiDtiKK ILittw&Zilju Homeopathic Physician, VNl but it did not seem to bo their busy day. was in New Orleans, and feeling certain I have moved It) my new llatel and am better lie Ofltr 1'jii JUmttlif I Visited tho ollico of tho local lintw-that a man right there on tho trrountl KENTUCKY. STANFORD, - prcparrd than ever ta accommodate the public Wiiri Injirir Snfty to (iood Lit cry attache.! and every ronsemence deand had a long, interesting talk with tho could almost go and put his hand on the 8 to Ofiiqe Hours' 10 to 12 a. m.; to 3 p sued. Uisc me n call. Life 0 Mother unit CUiUI. editor, who is also a member of tho state capital prize, had him in tho 9 p. m. FRANK RILF.V. 7; Office on Lancaster street, opposite gato largo sums of money, on which, of legislature t FRIEND" Recently tho railroad from Helena to course, he received a commission of 2(1 1 publish Lula has been abandoned. This now.t percent, from tho lottery. liobt Confinement of Its Vain, Horror and UlnU. this as a pointer to other business men will fall with n sickening plunk on t NATIONAL BANK of tho tourist. Tho road ran largely of Xew Orleans who may Ihj supplying . Afteril!ngnnebnttleor".MnlliT' I'rirml" little lam.nuil ilia through a dank swamp a snaggy wal- desk room and talary to tho agents of iunretliiut afterward n.iial 1mu mieli caw. Sirs. In we.ikn- OF STANFORD, KY. AMt Uiiii, Lamar, Slo.. Jan. Uiii. irvl. low in tho wilderness. When the olF tho Louisiana State lottery. Sent by express, chirgra prepaid, on receipt of p.iid 1 have only had 0110 8ido of tho track bagged, which it iu lottery experience prtCH.fl Mpcr iKitlc lot to Mothers mailed tree. Highest cash marled pi ice fur variably did. unless tho nigh sido was myself anil it has worried mo all my uuAui'ii:i,u ns:oi KlTj Capital Stock ATLANTA, CA. engaged iu sagging, the weight of the me. 11 could find tlio proprietor, or BOLD UV ALL Dltrt. .IST5. Surplus 16,500 train shoved tho decayed ties into tho whatever ho was, would go to him now j '1 Attention of the public is invited to the fact wet. mushy bosom of tho earth and and mako somo sort of restitution. It squirted tho mud forty feet high. This was many years ago. when 1 was ji tall that this is the only National Hank, in Stanford &c, at Under the provisions of the National Hank Act' Having purihased ins interest of my former depositors are secured not o.ily by the capital kept tho windows of tho cars looking nu iianig wuii emoosseu warts on my I woro a suit of parinrr, Mr. W. R MiPherson.l ask a liberal liability for an very untidy, which is a raro thing iu feet and bamboo legs. stock, hut by the stockholders M. F. ELIvIN & CO., shan of the of the amount eijual u the stock, so that depositors of that vicinity. clothes mado on tho place most every and siritiity, patronacecontinue people of Rowland will institution are secured by a fund of $400,000 the caih business this It is said to bo tho worst railroad ever 0110 noticed them, wherovcr Js lyr Five sworn statements of the condition of the bank went. which the firm of Hilton A Mi Pherson started out SI'ANIORD K be think can easily prose are made each j ear to the Lulled States governbom in captivity. could hardly help Even quiet, old grassfed horses shied at to do, aod to both I my customcrsandwhy it willFor lal myself. its assets are examined at stated times ment and by government agents, thus securing additional comparing it with tho road in Michigan them. I was of a shrinking nature and instance look at these prices, ao founds jjranola-lesui;ar for Ji, Arbiickle'a 'lOlfee as cents per and perfect safety to depositors. NOTICKTOTHK.. leading out from Manistee, which has tho clothes had the same iieculianty. pound and all other t;nds in proportion Also This institution, originally established as the never had a dollar or debt. 1 think. Tho j Thus I attended tho circus. Connected has e on hand at all times lumber and shiusles for Deposit lUnk of Stanford in 1S58, then " '" 4 te V Hank of Stanford in 1S65 and stock has never been for salo: tho loirs therewith was a lottery. It cost a dollar sale J II HILTON, lied as the r Rowland. Ky, 57 ar the First National llank of again hauled over it aro sufficient to pay all to come in, and by giving fiftv cents. Stanford in iSSi, lias had practically uninterrupted existence of 33 years It is better supplied running expenses. Tho only passenger, together with the prize previously drawn, now with facilities for transacting business prompt ono could keep on throwing as long as THE SHELTON HOUSE R'hivcofiMe'"ut""ntt,K-"wiihmii",c-"ly and liberal!) than cer before in its long and conductor on the road is also ireneral passenger agent, assistant general pas- ms securities held out. But tho lwys honorable career Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully solic-tesenger agent, auditor, general western had run out of funds or lost faith in the D.A TWADDLE. Proprietor. freight agent, assistant general prens institution, so tho lottery was deserted. I he The Directory of this Hank is composed ol agent and president. - T. J. Foster, of Stanford; At Lula we got wliat wo called dinForesHis lUid, Lincoln county; First-Clas- s ner. It was snch a meal as you would First class accommodations at reasonable rates. J. W. H.iyden, Stanford; j??? ' '.C2S-,- , .arx- c ' . X, s. Aj Open day and m;ht. Sample room and stood Itstry Andoflrrthe services of it to the public tlrand S. II. Ilaughm.in, Lincoln; naturally expect m a town named Lula. j new eludes and fresh blooded horses make my in connection M.J Miller, Mt Vernon; Tho hotel was run by a sad faced woman Who lias reated sii Ii a si usalion in and around siaoie soiuparc vvun S. T Harris, Lincoln; Uiuissille. Kv , bv curing i that in middlo life who had probably twenty Tho the incdn in tho Country. battled Rca has al Iratcrnitvdiseases countryalmost id the S. Mocker Stanford; J, , years ago rashly mado a bet that sh'o ' Dr charge of Ih Meclmal and Stir. (fhe me a call. i SALTS. rv G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; Kical Department 01 tl.e Medical ami Surgical Incould subsist for twenty years on her! P W ORLKN. Proprietor T. P. Hill.Stanford; stitute, l.ouiswlle, Kv Al. IIURNs, .Matiauer own cooking. would like to give iv W.G. Welch, Stanford. I Cures cuts, bruises, old sores, skin diseases, list of tho dilFercnt articles which we ate W. P. Tte, Stanford. corns, bunions, piles, fistula, scratches, baiter there, hut I never knew what they were, burns, dew poison and brui.es Wherever it has OFF1CLRS: He will visit Stanford at the MyI hato to been used it has given wonderful satisfaction and and describe anything unless . S. Hocker, President; its propensity for removing soreness is remarkaers House, Friday, Jan. C. am fully posted regarding it. What we Cashier; John J. ble. Numerous testimonials will be secured and appear in this space at a later date. Made 1 inferred will had m our coffee cups A A. Mc Kinney, 'Assistant Cashier was' nd sold by Returning eserj inontli uorin' the year to re MANFOKD, KY , cotlee, but it might lmvo been, for all I -- lyr y. J. H HIOfJINS. Stanford main one ilas could seo to the coutiary. the abandoned Dr Itca lias been connected nh the largrst JOSICPII bnspit.ils iu the souiitry, and has no serlur in right of way of tho Lula and Helena ami treating discuses and deformities diacnosirK railroad He r any that he cau iuii tell FRENK NBWEWS Tli. - II ..l, reu sated and refurnished, is now the will cite$$o f.where rasetied in he iniuutes disease and During tho afternoon we rodo through loo He will return to Sianlord every month this year in biy haijci intend to conduct it ra a to ono enormous and almost continuous PUnCHASING AOENT, not only in.intain its hirh reputation, but to add to remain one day ,tt i r. ' .. cotton field The negroes (pronounced ijb. o; friend. tn its Inne hii:j r, ' y,7 slt; Special aicommoda- . l ; ,..-..v M N uiggroes) were jiutt closing up tho third Chicago, : : : : '.Illinois. tionfor . .mir.eriMl travelers and tine rooms fur Treats all curable Medo al and Surgical Diseases, ril ", tliedKplut ufiiinples. Acute and Cbruiili i it.irrh. I)iascs ol il,n and last picking Tho first picking. s7 Plymouth Place ir sjy W.iitworth Asv Kye, Kar, Nose, lhroal ami Lung's, Djspep.ia, behove, occurs 111 October, but as the First-Clas- s A Saloon HriKlil'a Disea.r, Dlabete, Kidneys. Liver, Commission c per tent Remit by AT TIIK LOT! mubolls aro not open very much the llladdder, Chmnli, rcmaleuud Sc.ual Diseases Order, Postal Note, New Ynrlt K askance r by And HII.I.IAHD and POOL KOUMS attached. yield is small A few weoks later the Kapreas Uppnrtuuitisss Isr tsaru'sutib In all Haas lt was at this timo that a very l.pilupsy or tits cured -- A po.Mti.e tin irantee. JOSKPH cori-hi principal pit king takes place: tho third dressed man, with a rich looking ol eoods unsiirpaised YOUNG & MIDDLE AGED MEN follows tho first heavy frost, when tin velvet coat and purple plush hat, struck, A ( Laiiham pods mo fully opened no doubt, by my own taste in diess. John II Cattleman buticrine from SpertnulorriiiM and liniNitency as The cotton we have been riding approached mo with a deferential air the result of self abuse in youth i escess in ma turer sears and other cases, prsxlucini: some ol I would through today is spoken of Micasticuliv Ho inquired if mind throwimr the rotlowinc elle. ts as emis.lens, blotches, dem I asked I11111 why he did nut by a man who cits with mo, and w ho for him illy, HerviiHSiiesa, diuincss, cnnfulsion of idea-- , aversion to .ficieti, defective memory, and lives on higher ground, as bumblebee throw for himself He replied in a bean k. ual evbaiisnnn, whuh unfit tho victim for business cotton, which is short in staple and in tifully modulated voice that he had or marriage, aie permanently cured b remedies not injur ion. ferior in quality The cotton buyer ha thrown several times and had been so a way of pulling out a wisp of cottiml fortunate that the proprietor had barred ISloocl from the bale, and with dextentv ! him out. OK suiting from long continued practice he! Ho told me to throw for him, bring ... Ssnbilis inil ii.Mii.r., t. au,c .1..-- .. r.ti Ol the hair. ii.nn in fl. Uhm mr iiiiimi, ... iH. squares tho lock at cither end, so that lie him tho prize and he would givo 1110 a an- perfectly eradicated without using mercury or is able to know tho exact length of the ticket into the circus. As this would olbt i nij irious druL-- .. SleepleHHuehic k and IN'ervoua I rendachc, fiber ... I I. BA1113EE &OASTLEMAN give mo thu uso of my own dollar for "" .1.na, "mi, iiririure ami all ..urinary Backache, IJi.ino.sB, Morbid rVars, Hot eye or staplo, measuring it with his .in Rulne) lroulih-- arc speedily cured by treat and telling you accurately what its savo me the annoyance of that neser failed mint Flashes.Nonous MANACfKRS, , He undertakes no no but cures carrying eight or nine barrels of water xusion, I (.viiU'ria, cits, 01. mis lifiuee, market value would be lliousai'd.sleti up to die It rmninds me of tho wonderful sagac- ton patched anil in id elephant. 1 took Commerce Building, Louisville. Opium Habit, Drunkenness, etc., aro'Cfireii Remember the dale and ome early, as his room are alwas crowded w Here ir he stops. by JJr. Miles' Restorative .Nervine, It ity of tho wheat buyer of the northwest his dollar and put it 111 my inside packet Agents throughout the South does not contain anv opiates. Trial bot wno runs ins Hand into a bin of wheat along with my own dollar, which CONSULTATION FREE. Haviuir removod my Uarber Snon to the Com tle and fine hooks FltEK at druggists. blows out the chaff, weighs it in liiti it very much. mercial Hotel, am prbpared to accommodate la. Corrcspondeiic, solicited and confidential Dr. Miles 3Iedlcal Co., Elkhart, Indiana, hand, estimates tho shrinkage per cockle went to tho lottery, which was near dies us well as gentlemen in anything they ma A dil rets TKUL BOT1XE FBEfss pigeon grass seed, wild buckwheat, etc., by and in sight. Need I add that at the W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agont, wisnin my unv, snnuren aiso waueu on. fja MKDICAL AND SI IU.ICAL INSTITUTE, on mf . J ESSF. THOM PSON, For sale by A, R, Penny, Stanford. KV, very first throw drew tho capital prize STAN'FOHD. also grading it and telling you accu- lnCommerclal Hotel. 3i) (ilhSt. .Louliville, Ky 1 CURSORY REMARKS ON THE BOOMS, of tho gold mines, who takes u lump of ordinary looking rock from tho dump, COTTON, AND THE BIG LOTTERY. blows hard on it. wipes it on a shinvside of his trousers leg, puts a iocket glass "Closo Coniirrtlon" Tlin on it, looks A Southern far away, seeming to place Australian Itullot Itcttcr Tlnui tlio himself back at tho beginning of tho Shotgun Tim Lulls Itullrnntl Tlio Cot-ta- n world, when tho geological formation of i:iprt A tlreiit .llorul Oiipstlon. the earth was being arranged, and gives an opinion which may cost somo gentlo ICopyritflit, 1831. by Edgar V. Xjo. pilgrim from Wall street a million of l. tiik Cotton Belt, December. Wo have Iwcn riding all the afternoon dollars. New Orleans is doubtless moro agiin tlio cotton growing country of Mississippi. At Helena, Ark., 1 saw tlio largest tated at tho present timo over tho stato lottery than slio has ever boforo been. It quantity of baled cotton, 1 think, that lmvo over seen. At Greenwood. .Miss, is a national question, however, for the wo stopicd for thrco or four hours in stato and city aro almost hopelessly in order to mako what is called a southern its power. 1 wonder that somo great close connection. Green wood is a boom Now York paper a feature- mnor look- town; it was shown us by a man who ing for a largo job of reformation inhad charge of tho boom and whoso busi- stead of lighting windmills with a squirt ness it is, occasionally, to stir it up with gun. does not tako off its coat and free tho stato of Louisiana from her pitiful a long polo to mako it squeal. 1 - )f Great applauso greeted R. R. GENTRY rntdy tho market value of the oattro lot. 310 fifty dollars?slum victims, who stood from tho He has the same profound air of I a Candidate lor Sheriff of Lincoln county, tround in a largo, open mouthed multi- ject to the action ol the Democratic party. knowledge or tho old projector seek-no-furth- er FARM POSTED. sub- enthusiasm in tho game- manifested itself. N. 1IENEFE13, "Throw again!" "Bust tho lottery!" a Sheriff. Is .1 landidste for Subiect "Do 'em upl" shouted tho bore and busted pihoos, who yearned to seo deserved to thy action of the democracy Klection Nov. 89 retribution overtake tho enterprise. "No," said 1 thoughtfully, with a wisMm Desirable I' arm of 110 dom belying my appearance, "1 care- not J1 J IX l l!iL 1 . Acres on Cral. Orchard I70) to throw again for myself, for 1 have pike, 4 miles from Stanford. H.1I Miller been gifted with an acumen far beyond I my years. lint will throw for a gen tleman who has just asked mo to do so Lot on Main Street in Stanford for him." In less timo than it takes to tell it, I Containing t acres. had drawn a beautiful bono collar butrms easy. T R WALTON, Stanford ton and joyfully conveyed it to tho well f dresed and refined looking gentleman. From what ho said and tho way ho FOR kicked large holes in tho ground and re- GOOD fused to givo 1110 my circus ticket, v Arm judge that ho felt hurt about something. situated i! mile mirth of Stanford, K . on the tude. Onco moro J. herly wani cery person front throuBh my farm or the far.n kS,,"hJ Inownnslhe McC art farm now lilonKltii ton e I Kvervper.on permWkloti will be prosecuted. U. M. 'lm pa..lnK through said lins without CKKlt;ilTON 1 . irvn nn Stockholders' Mooting". 1 I 1 rem SALE io stv Uiotders ot the iianLoflltittoiivllle will be held at their Nallonal hanklnc hauoein llustonvillo on the second I nr.,1.- - i !.. .M.r(.uc iitiuafu .a... fn. ,,IC ....... . 01 ' Erectors iu Hi tit A meeting of the .,,, ,, cnellie J W HOCK cnMiiniT rar. e.ecitnjt nine I ll.Csuhier Stockholdora' Llootinj. A meeting of (he stockholder of the Na tlonal llank sill be held at their banking hmue ill Stanford 011 the mood Tucsdnv ill lanuarv. of elecliiifj eleven Dircctoss 'or the to sers-- the ensuing star J()I,N J MiROHKUIS, Cashier J1!'H' FARM SALE. puric 1 1 art) one wishing to t im Danville pike Will take pleasure in .Howing to pun line. Apply to J lIUir.HT. Stockholders' Mooting:. - ..I Jan-nar- y, WANTED. Avers Cherry Pectoral the safest ffln hrtt-rla- ss Aiuu-nilu- : :tffl? 'vw 47J&?-V ..tv-r rcn'tr . CAMMTZ, . Undertaker&Embalmer K- Dr. J. C. Ayer & Mass. -- jtor-hapst- ' a fil TOrRjrj PRICE, 11 a. THE II. Jt Pr-.'- r I l.r-ll- t, -- "1-in- lid-n- POSTED. Mrs-y- . Itsll-e- st Dr. II. Nuimelley, italc-men- ST CK TAHM lun.-M- 1 I C For Salo h. Hlue-Ora- oiK-ratio- PENNY, IJluc-GrassFan- for Sale Twenty one-ha- IolH 1 Dentist. I ' juo I i .t-- $ft- - THE RILEY "". DR. JOHN VASIfT r ' - 1 iiL'-rie- court-hous- e 39-- "MOTHER'S FIRST he-e- 1 irsi.-il-m.-- CASH I ( ' $200,000 1 l vrm c., flsssssssssssssssssTV 1 . FOB, CASH OITLT. 1 .Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, sssssssssssssBssHsTTfl" ? ( 1 1 bent-fi- t j 1 TIUVELING PUBLIC. I hftjf " fssssssssssF .111 r d. io j -' ' y I 1 MYERS HOUSE, DR. D. i D.REA Rowland, Kentucky. r I..vcrytablc, SurgeonSs Specialist ,, 1 RWSOflA (mx "MifK x ,kafif .;-- ? WM HM Best ( 1 PORTMAN HOUSE 9S-i- yr fftrriftrf 'itM0h lT.v.r mrns..tM Mti MG&w W'. We- jiff 1 COFFEY, Pro'r. MS. in-- l f 1 I tfigyr.. i li-- -- I . C Posst-OlK- liand-Bomo- ly iT-- , tj-jit- ' ROYAL LIVERPOOL. insurance Company, Barter 1 I 11 and Skin Diseases. i ,-....-.. .lail-IUs -. -- Nervous Prostration, - - S - Shop I I -- - s e ci-e- 1 1 1 -- V .1 vJ,