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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892020901 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. s, i' lrf"" "ZTZZQS Semi-Weeklas y Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 9.1892. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. CRAB ORCHARD. DEATH'S DOINGS. -- VOL. XIX. HUSTONVIUE. "C- - NO. 98 TIIE- a:- A All trains were delayed by a broken Miss Hettio Carpenter, utter n Tho Indies of the W. C. T. U. will ceesful term of teaching nt Morelanu, Yalcntlno'Hcntcrtaininentattho car south of Crab Orchard, on Friday, will her duties about the -- 2d of Miller Hoel on next .S.iturdiiy evening which Milled out the (J. I), nnd other b. ficiiila fiom I'owland. nnd nil are cordinlly jnvitod. Tlie panics who sti etched wires! Our merchants Imvo up quite a Miss Kato Hugh1, known it one of' the finest teachers in the State, will be across the Lexington pike nnd played competition since .Mr. .Slaughter oponed Kin her subscription term .Monday, Feb Jmvoc gener illy in Lower (iurninl n; up in Crab Orchiird ntnl prices are still n tho dei-linfor cash. Mb. Hie has had a school of fi" pupilH Htioit time since, have been indicted by delighted at tho pro the grand jury nnd the ease ttl for to- Mr. I'ersiful ChsIi, of tho Pinevillo and her pations are ' llitil;, wnsin t(wu Tliurvclay. Mr. M. gresi of their children. Uivo her a fu'l day, Tuesday. j The debits of the Opera IIoue llro .Sunbrooke, of Liviugiton, came down h.hool. MissSudio Kills. now of bl.tniuril,'l8;ins to some extent bien cleared away nnd prrchascd a car of hay of Mr. John . .... it.... 1. t Visiting lierOHli inline, in. rajiuiu 11111- - In the Inngmuu of a prominent mer lluchanau, this week. Mr. Viek Owens is vKiting his moth lapaudC. H. Kohl, of Danville, were chant nnd tux paver, "There's no use Willi home folks this week. Mr- -. Kobt. hurrying through life. Let it stay there. er, Mrs. Isaac ilerrin. Mrs. Iieno llurko and children are visiting her faJ. l.yles has leturuod to Nashville. Mr- -. It's no trouble to walk Hround." J lid go .M. ('. Simtlev was here on ther. Oapt. F. V. Diliion. Mrs. Dr. J. D. .s. Carpenter, of .Somerset, is with her professional ImMnc .Saturday. Mi. K- j G. Carpenter was up Frid-ito neu her parents. In emulation of her sistereitic Lou- W. .Muirow li.n returned from Seliint. father, Mr. James Fish, who is in very isville, Covington and Newport's entoi-pri- se Ala. M.m Nan T. .Dextou is visiting feeble health. Mr. Joe I'leasanti has in fur'niHliing their )iely suburbs Mis- - Dove Harris. Col. J. Itoe Young, Kmic to .Stamping Ground to take a po- is spending n few days Mtion in tho distillery which Mr. Joe Mc with numerous bridge communications, of Mlddli-sboro- , UiiHtonville has iceeiitly thrown open in Lancaster. Miss Julia Weld has re-- , Clme is managing there Mia. llryant and ton hft for their to peilchtiinti travel a new nintilovor, turned from Lexington. John I'.uigh mging Fork just below man, of Danville, was here Sunday. home in CauiphelNvillc, Friday, after which H)nns the the Liberty feiry, maklnic tluee lht-cla- w Thurmond Anderson, of ttrodhcad, is in getting the Gaructt estate settled. Mis. bridges for convenience of her sub j town. Tan Hume, of Silver Orotic, was IJryntit was highly complimented on i ol-Fc' , o i i i YanAusdai.k. A long and 6omo- -i what eventful life closed at S::!0 A. ., : Sunday, when Mr. liarney YanArsdnlo breathed his list. He had been in bad Mas just received a health for n loin; time nnd his death wns not unexpected. He was born April GO, 1S03, and would have been .S" years old in n few months. From a scrap-bookept by himself we Overalls, Jumpers, Extra Pants, find that he was born on Salt Iliver, in Mercer county, of parents who had moved fiom Now Jersey. There were n number of childivu and his parents And 11 very thing pertaining to Gents' Furnishing Goods. poor, he had to work hard and scuffle for an education, the rudiments of which lie obtained in the old field schools ol the day. He was raised on a faun ami remained on it till he was '22 On White Goods, Embroideries, Laces, Handkerchiefs, Towels, Napkins, Table Linens, Lace Curtains, Oil Blinds, &c. If you have years of age, when ho struck out for himself. He engaged in the printing businot seen our stock of ness .it HarroJsburg and in conjunction with u Mr. Tanner published "Tho Watch Towei." His partner worked him out of all his pavings ami they collapsed inside of .1 year. He then engagAlso remember that we deed as a clerk in a grocery stoie, next in n Come at once and see goods and prices. dry goods establishment. The propriefy competition in SHOES. All our goods are new and choice and libr good maiiiii'eiiient. She has many tor, Mr. Gnbriel Heed, became greatly heie Monday, urban population. will be sold as low as can be bought in any market. attached to him and sent him out after a The estimate that is placed upon the warm friends heie, who regretted se Mist Marv Jones, a native of thi end, and now of Washington county, n opinions of the people by tlnne whoaio ing her leave. Mrs. K. U. Davis wns at couple of years to establish a liraiuh store. He visited all the surrounding daughter of ISiee Jones, deceased, is vis- - in a Kisltioti to defy public Hentiment is her fathers u few days, but left for Saturday. Dr. J. D. I'ettus was towns nnd finally decided to locate at King her cousin, Miss Julia Stag);. Joe a mutter worthy of serious Withers and Ins hmther, Garland, were tiou. It is alleged that Win. II. Vandcr-U-itiu- g called to Dillion's twiceduringlthc week lIiitouvillc, then known as 'imv Store, " I'lns public be to visit Mi.T. J. Uallard, wlio has been or Cross I'oads. They bold goods togethMcCormack Inst week. ' hilt used the Imiun-t- t very ill at tint place. Mr. Kay Garner er lor three yeus and in IS".") he bought and Win. M. Tweed, when It was Garland's lirst yisit to the W. -- t d," refug here during fronted with some great wioug, deiiHtnd and wjfo have been kept busy entertain- out .Mr. Ked and continued in the busisince he found a the enlivening sway of colored patriots jed: ."What is tho public going to do ing bridal parties this week, his sun, ness for nearly :0 years with good sucabout it?" This course ()f reasoning is who married Miss Mary (.'uitis, nud his cess. In ls.'(i he married Miss Klizu just after the "eiuel war wns over." ltev. W. L. Williams remains In a the result of the. belief of those who brother, .Mr. Tom Gamer, who married Jane, daughter of Capt. Ben KrigV", tho I During the year shall keep constantly on very feeble condition, hU system being adopt it, that they are independent of a lady from Junction Oity. Mr and pioneer, and one of tho defendets of Lotheir views Mis. I). It ICdniiston came home Satur gan's Fort, near Stanford, and to them hand a full and complete severely shall red by his many and Uio public and $ stock of various nlllictions of the past snver.il and actions need no endorsement. The! day. Mi. IMmiston is some improved, thiee children were horn. One died in vcar that his nncrve issluuder mid hi public is not Infallible, but a decent ree- -' but not well. Her nr.ny friends fee) inf:inc and the other two lived to mar- JDl'TJlfi'S lT1(1 "response to best mtNltcnl atttntlous and pert for the opinions o( mankind is nov-- , quite unxiou I'jr her to get entirely ry and raise families. The child oi the . j well nnd be able to take her place among etder, now Mis. Henry Kvans, survives; Jl XlHuS. nursing is slow. May he m rnpltliy orthelns commumlalilo. Tho most enjoyable entertainment tlium again the other, Miss Annie, msriied Mr Jno. n brought to bcttei than Iil woiitf'l health "" giTWi in IiiiiMster for nwiiy jenrs wss1 II. Craig, and she died a few years ago, Oo nnd resiimo his goi I work, are the d leaving two sons, Harney V. and Willie ' aiMluilnilnt,'llii liVHp Year lary at the Hohms; MJODLEBUnGJJASEY COUNTY, vmitMUhfMoflii-fiwiMl- a My stock of ' HMise on Thursday evening. The w ho nre all who know him. -- Giip. hog cholera and weddings is . oraig, the lornier having died since (TWY TC rVI .fl VTf VT i.e boiiL-h- t ln f.uher In James 1'. Itadey wrn arottml th lat- - low aim (lining moiii were hoautilnlly the programme xx.ttw.A.ojea.j&o, d icorated with evergreens ami llowui. farm and conducted It for several yearM. S. McMulKn ter purl of U?t week prndi'Htly laying up 1S .rgi:r inu uciier seiccicu man ever ana i assure my cusiomcrs-oa fun days ago and sent to Anchor-ng- . Hiiccesiully. The civil war caused him the rails which Judge Ilnrch ami son the imisle was x,od nnd tho rpfrtndi- meiits aopeib. I'hHro was a lnrg at- to and being well advanced prompt service, low cnarges ana courteous treatment; mr. i homas firM of th let ilwn on thuir triji tlt in charge. A. R. PENNY. wiek. Thomnio Cooper was here Sat- - tetidanro from adjoining towns and all Wilcher k Moran, liverymon, have in life, he ictirel from active business! Daiton urilay to show his kinsfolk and friends were delighted with their reception. didftolved partnership, and hereafter the and movetl to Stanford, v here he assist- o.l the conduct of the National IUuk till A. C.SINE J.N. MENEFEK T. II. Moruu i: Co. that his nose was grievously mlnrepre- - The committee on reception coiisiMed linn will The report a great deal of 1.VT0. when, hesajs, "I Living accuniulat-sntcd by the I. .I.'sadvertleemeiit for n of Misses Klixti Lusk, Salhe Klkin, FanI a sufficiency of mean-- , to render the nose piotecter and i well id both the nie Wi'bt, Ma n i'ui Curry and Messrs. sickness in the country and the majori o HMiwtionally Currey. Lillanl, Walker and Ddiin'y. ty is styled the grip. Mifs Carrie Clovd b dance of my life my, I retired to llisioii nud incision ki Those who entertained were IILT lile." itembied h vonr locul low with typhoid fever, but 'is VUry Mr. A son of Samuel lllshop, of tho Me- - Marrs, Mary Miller, Altio Marks,ur, ,,,nvlv recovering .the doclois reno rt. rn answer to repeated inuuiries I Coiuwek nviglihorlMNtd, had the tnisfor Marin Cook, Annie IJohinsou, assisted tune to drop In gun while hunting lat by their escort., Messrs. John Doty, will Kiy that I did not .write the piece Tiu-d- av nnd n load of smnll shot win, John Farm, John Lear, II. Hatson, Char about Col. Adams from this place. It 0. Dunn. His Inst wife, who survives of lodged in oueof hi feet, producing n ley Anderson and Letcher Owsley. was tin other man and he is a demo 'rat. him, was Mrs. Sallie Friderici. a .. Rough and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Brackets leople who have trouble growing I nin not, though we nre good friends Mr. .Tnlm S llni'liio painful .ound. As thu open season For 15 years ho was a member of the and Verandah Work. closed tlo last day of Jannarx , the young out of "the law's delay," inny take some , i,0i, 0VB the I ntkiiiou J or una i . some- - comlort in learning that u lawsuit iiinn ought to have known that Thi shingle factory of this place, un- Methodist church, in which he faithfulA3iT23 thing would happen to a violator of the brought in the yenr 1SI I is still pending der the new firm of McAuiuch, Collhi-wort- ly filled all the positions open to a lav game law. Hoys, take warning, and tile in the Supremo Couit of 'the United The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. Leonard k Co., is doing a lino member. He was tho largest contributor in his church And the new parsonage your guns' nwnx till the squirrel crop Is States. Tlmt august body has placed the but cannot supply thedemund. - - Ky, ripe. ,cie on the list for argument during the Colliusworth, one of the new; firm, is a will in a measure stand as monument Ofllcc Logan's present term. The suit fs in iheT.'uh1 hiWhat has become of F.iniuet pushing, energetic man and will "vim" to - memory. After a long and well- -' -- pent life lie goes to his We formerly placed nbid- - year oi its nge and but for the records, reward, leaving tt.it. s up. hone-t- v and probitv to bo Ing faith in his reading- - of that orncle thu name of the attorney who instituted Owing to some attraction tlicro is a name for t to ii uirifnTui .iii'iiriit.r uinriiru inn v iinti "" mi ii n.k...iiu " i tin. " .. us " something that brings one ol Huston- - proud of. ";""' exper enced bv Lap anders in a genera- - he, as well ns the pirtK's to tho same, Mn. VanArsdale accumulated quite a 7 villes young gentlemen heie on regular ,., large fortune, but he sensibly divided , lion were umforinlv followed b tropic- - have long since been railed to plead bei M11 ,j ,tl .iii ,tl, ,a ' ., ,, , ,, " al weather, 'inee e have found that fore n bar where there is no delay in the! the most of it up among his three heirs, . , . r.i i.J villinvi "'" tl be nuimiifiraimu oi justice. Aim wnusi inil- -t these predictionports that our young deputy in thu lat few yeaiy, retaining enough to keep him and his wife comfortable the translated, and reveised, our uith then' is some consolation in this to those is getting suspicion-- . th grumbling at the de fait li restored in all of them; but we who me corn-tiOn last Wednesday, the .'Id inst., at balanco oi their lives. The 1'ev W. ft. Arnold preached the want to find out when to read Vin for- lay in obtaining their lights, it can hard- tho residence ol the bride's father, Mr. ly ben precedent worth, of imitation by funeral discourse at his homo atti r. h. ward and when backward. Hubert Cowan and Mis- - F.lla Coulter Ike MiCoruuick, of color, an honor- the magistrate-- , police judges and otli were married, nnd two hearts (beat as yesterday, after which the remiius were justice in their ed attache of Danville'-- , reformatory Me- - ers in ndmini-terin- g one. Kev. Davison, of McKinney, per- laid to test in Huflnlo Cemeteiy. Itobert Wallace, of Harrodsburg. Adam Works, wsx here la- -t week with courts in this ao of fast horses, fust formed the ceremony. Tho wedding ws-- . died last week from the (.'fleets of a out proper credentials and our yigilent men, telephone- - and base ball. kept a secret until the hour nearly ar- It is said that the recent flurry with rived, when only a few friends and rela kick from a mule over a year ago. chief of police promptly apprehemlcd little Chili caused an expenditure of over Gen. J. F. Kobinsou, on of Gov. Has many imitators, but no equal. Don't be deceived by something the fugitive and cabled the tive- - were warned of thu fact. Mr. Cowman awaited his order-- , but $:i,000I000 in getting our navy in sutli Robinson, ami well known in the politent that his haan has won a beautiful woman, who to be as good. Huy the Oliver and you will have the best. I and eiicnUoiiHtrau1-- 1 cient repair to make a respectable ical and turf world, died at Lexington said ns cipher il host oi friends, who wishs them a long am the only agent here and extras bought elsewhere are bogus and recently have interposed to ing upon the ocean. And now theio Friday, nged (iO. He was quarter master and joyful lile. will not give satisfaction. Prices reduced on both Plows and Repairs. general in the Confederate arim and muddle matters of international moment are those who aro howling for appronria persi-tefailed to tions for tho construction of fortiiica-obtaiellbrt during Cleveland's administration was io in tills case LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. before the tious upon our coast.-froMaine toOi-limau oilieial collector at Lexington. He was a very Charles I! Catching ielt Friday for popular man and counted his friend- - by j , of detention liad expiiedM nnd the egon, ns though we were upon tho eve " culpi it had skipped when tho niinNterV of war with some of tho nation-- , of tho Michigan, where he will make his futuie the thousands. Our county men willlr LI l eviden-casu- s home. was deliveied and translated a earth. There are remember him - the keeper JE 2A WW I'orn, to the wife of W. I). Weaver, of Crab Oielinid Springs, during the ces that there is a large and giowing war belli. (LATh ALKXANnUrt's. HOTEL.." a Ibown. an opulent farm-- ! party in this country and they are do- county superintendent, a boy. Its name time it was in the hands of Commission. Col. either Clevel and or i 11. Salem neighboihood, glad- - termined to leave nothing undone to get will o W. G. Welch. er of the Mt. AND W. S. Jackson is eriouslj ill with us into a tight with somebody. Of coui-- u dened his numerous friends and red ' A funny man who asked lhe question, Day. lives by a llyiug lt last Friday. The it would be eastei to whip tome little the grip, having sulloicd u relapse. Jailre-is not over ids Jtliroat "Where is the state of matrimony"."' Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Houser D.i n Lovell colonel's visits are not even annual now. nation thnt had only a handful of ' Lena diers than one of our own Bize; but war trouble yet, not bring able to get out of ceived tho following explanatory answer: oftener, Joshua. Mi. LOUISVILLE, KY. It is one of tho I'nited States. It is Leighter, a beautiful young widow of is war, and if we must have a light it is his room. W. R. LOGAN, on one G. A. Denhain, of Whitley county, hounded by huggiug nnd is visiting Mrs. Annie Wright, a matter of but little how A. W. Jones, J J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, JClcrks.- and tho or. idle and the babies on ueai Milledgoville. Mrs. Fiinnie Hitvdie's, Mnall our antagonist may be. There is has announced that he desiie- - to go to side national convention as a the other. Its chief products are popu of biulsville, is at her sister's. Mrs. I. F. nut thosliglie-- t probability of our get- - the lation, broom sticks and staying out at tra-Haibit-outing into tiouble if we will only go along delegate, ami has some warm supporter a Lexington Mecle nights. It was discovered by Adam and on some and attend to our own Xo na here. der, wit bero last I counted nine men and in disturbing the cere-lil- e II plug Kvo while trying to find a pafsjo out oi invsterioiiH cirand, which wo were una-- tion is inteu-steto unravel. J. W. Alcoin and wi'o nit of our country, and if wo will only horses from Jackson county Sundi( , all oi pu.idise. The climate h rather sultry were visiting theii cousin, Dr. i'd Al- - do unto others us we would have others whom weie here for the mirpose attend- until you pas- - the tiopics of when squally weather sets in withcom. whom Capt. Frank White unjust-- 1 do unto us, there will be no attempt to ing jockey treet swaps Monday, county in with siiflicient power to keep all bauds accusing him of helping G. invade our ports or to laud a hostile ar- - emu - da. )v accused of For the principal It would probably .Morgan, wlio recently hum ai as cool as cucumbeis. "W. acro-- s tho Delaware, in December, my upon our shore-- . 177li. on Itnilroai! street, just road leading to that state consult the be for the public good if tho government nice store-roowould furnish free transportation to all below the depot, ld out his entiie tlrst pair of blue eyes you run .iga'ni6t "That fellow, Hall, ought to he banishwho aie anxious to light fiom this stock to a country merchant and has ed from'pollteibociety. He's a perfect those Chauncey Depewand stair were in to homo country wheio rovolut'on-- are gone out of business. booby." and for great agitation on tho ni rival of a queer tho order of the day and soldiers are "How mi, Mr.Tutchej?" Cora What! you going to niairy Fred looking box, supposed to contain an in"You remember that bon mot I made needed. Catorl cnrr Colic, Constipation, "CtorlUiu)wUdartltochlUlrenthat fernal machine Cautious opening reHippie? Sour SUHiiaeh, Diarrhri-a- . Kniclation, dollarfj for the I recomiiwnJ It msu'xTior to any prescription at dinner?" Husband Twenty-fivdl- KUU Woneg, gived slrp, aiid promote vealed tlneu bottles 01 tonic, which were Vuown to me " II. A. Aitciiru, M. D., Mad go Yes. CfKtlOII, ' "Yes.- trimmings on a bonnet ! With out iujurimu inetiotlon. Cora Why, not long ago you said you guaranteed to bring out a luxuriant crop enough to ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N, Y. "Well, he was Wife Yes, and o til j trim, 77 Murray Stret-t-, . Y. not marry him if ho were the last of hair on the Central Railroad Presiwould Tub Ccntivk ask if it was original with me. That mings at that. dent's polished cranium, hu is." man iu the world. Hhnws how unsophisticated Husband Plain! Why I could jet Four men were crushed to death by Madge Well, I've kept my word. Ho "Yes, nobody but au ignoramus could a beautiful case of delerium trimuims a falling wall in Glasgow. fJ3. iBti't. Judge. thought you were Sidney Smith." have NEW CASH STORE New Stock of Clothing, SHIRTS, DRAWERS, UNDERWEAR We Still Wear the Blue Bitttm j 1 3 be-ii- B f Scotch Homespuns, French Suitings, Black Dress Goods, &c, j Dil-lion- 's j con-ide- m J. S. HUGHES. A. R. i8j . d-- con-Kn- d j PENNY; DRUGGIST AND JEWELER, Zm&KM?W u ronn-quciitl- ' ' j Qj4.QiinriOT,J ObclblUll61 J. OliS, Toilet Articles Glass, Bofaks, pf ls-ir- CLOCKS & '. tr3sw3a:Enr i 1 d'H-tor- s e pri-dat- Mis SINE & H DEALERS MENEFEE. j a... ( EShBSESHf si-t- er ' DOORS KEB BLIMDS. WIRE WOVEIT SLAT FE2TCJJ. Stanford, h, i . i i bti-in- e-, and Yard Depot Street, g.o-e-lone- V 1 .' -- '" .1 i The Oliver Chilled Plow I ,,. - ,,. - occs-ional- ly I . a a . i an-afloa- t post-mast- er - H-rintend i. show-inissio- nt n "iih-nmro- " m it ' J. B. FOSTER. ' ch iinnii-takab- le plea-ant- ly a- I IQLJI 7 tCviV Tf JLIU Jo-hu- b-- J 1 1 ! it- - j -- vi-- ; THOROUGHLY RENOVATED Rates $2.50 Per :aib IMPROVED. e, ' ,J1 j sol-Co- 1 Mis-oui- i, j con-euon- ce ki-ei- ug Manager. i , 1 bu-iue- ss. 1 house-keepin- 1. ta -- t- ; m :i 1- - s Infant Children. t r 1 e vory-pljd- Coui-ant- fr . . 1.1 .?. & . i o Cjljll. v.,' v ? H-- tf .4 o v.; iaLjc. ' Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal U, Blaine Not a Candidate. Stanford, Ky., Feuruahv "W. 1892 r WALTON. Ir ' Simpson very artistically performed. UubIi, who murdered his wife ns a climax to a life of crime, and was hung at Stantou, hardly atrupgled after p)inj through thu hole; Wm. Pttc'r.ett, who clubbed Win, Hall to death at 'Irvine, was pronounced dead in live minutes after the drop fell and Robert Charleton, who murdered his mistress, was in eternity almost before the drink of wliNky he asked for and not had settled in his htomuch. The tlrst two were white men and the third a negro. There was no doubt about their guilt so they with assuring the vast crowds, which saw them die, that they were ticketed though to tho New Jeru salem. It was a good day's work. Let it go bravely on. content-ed;theniBelves Toe three hanging's in Kentucky were The greatest tuau in tho republican party thus lets himself out of tho possibilities of :i republican nomination for president: " Washington, D. C, Feb. G, 1S92. Hon. J. S. Clnrkson, Chairman of the Republican National Committee My Dear Sir. I am not a candidate for the presidency and my name will not go the Republican National Conven I make this for the nomination. tion announcement in due season. To those who have tendered me their support I owe sincere thanks aud am most grateful for their confidence. They will, I urn sure, make earnest effort in the approaching eontot, which is rendered especially important by reason of the industrial and financial policies of the government being at stake. The popular decision on these issues is of great moment and will be of consequence. Very sincerely yours, James G. Ulaisk." be-fore g THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. A bill has been introduced in the House to put the capital up to tho highest bidder, or at least that is the import of it. The Nelson county contest between Harned and Middletou, for tho seat in the House, was settled in favor of Mr. Harned, the sitting member. His majority of the popular vote was 27. NEWSY NOTES. st. w p Fh f P.' s. u i c R: f' M . " V ' ; :lc. Duluth elected a democratic mayor. J. K. Bruce sold to Hume fc Co., of The barbed wire trust has dissolved. Madison, 0 head cattle at Thomas 1 Flaiir, of Dauville, has Sic. Tue Lexington Leader says that n new assigned. Liabilities $2,500; assets, $2,- - "Robert Moreland sold to John C. old mare for Sandidge a combined democratic morning daily for that city is 000. V.. James, it will begin of the firm of Hans- I2G0. T. an assured fact and that Gover & Jones sold to Ward, of early in the spring. Capt. Samuel M. ford, Jams .: Co., died at Harrods-burg- . and it goes Garrard, 25 head of yearling cattle at ;' Gaines will bo capa-blThe L. I). Moore distillery in Mer cents. without saying that it will have a Johnson, of Boyle, bought of and excellent head. It is said that cer sold ?.)U,lHH) wortli oi wmsKy ai one old cattle at 7 head of is now the most clip last week. the selection of a name Covington destroyed the 2J cents. question, which is a very Fire, at perplexing David Chatham has IS owes that email trouble compared to tho usual on-- Trumpet Flour Mills. Loss $75,000; in have dropped SO lambs. Hrtrrodsbutg Hub.cnptiouB and advertisements. surance $10,000. Tho largest congregation in the Suyincs. I have for sale 500 hales of hay and Tuk cablegrams between this country world, numbering 4,500 members, is on John Buchanan, :;00 barrels of corn. and Chili anent the recent unpleasant-neh- the island of Hawaii. !lt costSl.70 a word, making a total of offices where the salaries Crab Orchard. All nost of tiotters at Lex $100,000 for these dispitchesaloue. are as much as $200 have been made about The Brasfield sale 17 deBut the president wbb determined to get money order offices. ington, last week, closed with all the politic U bun w.ub i)iit of it he posed of for J?2lS.f0. Murderer Fitzsiinmons, of Pittsburg, could. It is easier to appropriate the has saved the hangman a job by cutting Silas Andei.son bought of John purposes a pair of two- public's money for camp-iigHenderson, of Rockca-tlhis throat with a penknife to fry the fat out of favored - for $2:25. even than Cant. W. t Hdwards, who slept i n year old mare muleand pampered corporations. The farmers who nave uegun io :Jd story of the Belknap warehouse, the plow sod say the land is breaking up The census of Maysville, just taken, Louisville, was burned to death. Negrotsof Goorgia have made an nicely after the winter's freeze. shows that of its population of 7,:i7t, other Hume It. Co. bought there are 277 more women than men. appeal to the governor of that State for ., pretty women aid to enable them to emigrate to Af- cattle yesterday, from 900 to They are most all of them MadiBon. for 3 to :i.:55. All go to tr3o, and as they will realize that their rica. James L. Buchanan has bought Somerset Republican announcslim, they will be ready to The chances are pounds of now crop of hemp from f,ik "hnvhodv Lord." The attention of es bv authority that Hon. D. G. Colson, different parties at $4.25. Wood ford tho old rascals hereabouts is called to of Middlesboro, for Congress in tho Sun. this rare opportunity to secure what 11th. Lambs are coming at a lively rate. It is 6tated that the House Commit- Mr. C. Vanoy has 51 ewes and S7 lambe, they have been trying all their lives to get a good wife. tee on Coinage has decided to report a while nearly every one of Will Hubble'B bill for the free and unlimited coinage of ewes have produced twinB. issued at The Kentucky llome-teasilver. shocks of extra good Fou Sale-SLexington bv Messrs. J. II. Marrs, S. G. The Belknap warehouse, Louisville, fodder, 150 tons haled hay, GOO barrels of and B. G. Boyle, fulfills the high antici- burned and with it 70,000 pounds of toshoats. Call corn aud 40 head pations of it, and that is saying a good bacco. Lo.x $20,000, fully covered by C. Lyon, Hustonrille. ou G. deal. It has brains, ambition and mon- insurance, S. H. Baughman sold to Scroggan and its success is aFsured. ey to back it The Valparaiso court has convicted Bros., of Louisville, 2 colts and a yearling The subscription price is only SI and three of the mob that killed two of the filly at $300. He also gave to the noted every farmer in Kentucky ought to subBaltimore's men and gave them from trainers 3 promising youn? horses to be scribe to it. one to three years. trained. J. W. Showalter, near Georgetown, Some of tho papers aro saying that the Mr. Willis Hatchell, one of the largLouisiana Lottery has shut up shop. had a bull which learned to chew to- est Btock buyers in this country, says This is not the case as it will not go into bacco, and as it couldn't spit, it swallow that he never knew stock to be as scarce. its hole until 1893, when its charter ex- ed the juice and died. It is very hard to buy enough to make a At Jacksonville, Fla., .Mrs. A. M. shipment. He says that there is a very pires. It has simply announced that it won't pay $1,'230,000 for a renewal of the Leming was suffocated and two children limited amount of stock selling in the charter Bince the decision of the Supreme were burned to death in a fire at their county. Harrodsburg Democrat. court has comparatively ruined its busi- home. Foul play is suspected. Business was a little on the look-u- p ness. of rottenness has been yesterday aud it was the bo3t court day A great deal in unearthed fin the New York custom for heveral months. Auctioneer Talbott list of Ji'stSo. The appoiutees have reports 200 cattle on the market and Kentucky is small but very select. It in- house and 25 republican been discharged. They accepted bribes about 100 sold; 3 and cattle cludes the Stanford iNTKItlOK JOUKNAL, $18 to $20 anil a Bourbon and charged unlawful fees. brought 3c; the Danville Advocate, the The democratic chairman of the few horses were sold at$33to$110. MuItB News and tho Hopkitisvillo Kentuckian. says thero $78 to $103. In point of merit they are a sure enough Georgia executive committee alarming growth of the has been an Mr. Thomas Cecil has returned from Hopkinsville Kentuck"Big Four." neople's partv in that State and the po tho At'anta market, where ho disposed ian. litical situation is critical. of a lot of horses aud mules at very unAll our people who have given the Miners surrounded tho militia camp satisfactory prices. He sys good 15 matter a thought atv for a liberal appro- at the Coal Creek mines, Saturday night, hand mules aru selling at $75 to $00, ami priation by the Legislature for and began firing to intimidate tho prison 14 to 14 at $45 to $00. L. W. Hudson exhibit at tho World's Fair. The guards. The troops returned the fire, bought of E. P. Woods, of Lincoln, atnouut suggested by the conference, and the miners dispersed. No one was has John Ilanna, of Shelby, Hutsell Bros, and and it is $100,000, is none too large injured. and Wallace Shannon, of Bourbon, over hoped that it will be fixed at tho-- e figThe office of Mr. Jay Gould was 100 mules at from $90 to $125 per head. ures. thrown into a violent state of alarm by They were shipped to New Orleans. Part Under the sugar bounty clause of the the call of an old countryman with a car- of tliese were very fine. Danville Advo- McKinley bill nearly live millions have pet baj;, requesting the accommodation Cfltt Mr. George Graham sold four head been paid out of the treasury this sea- of a small loan of a million anil a half for a million and a half dollars. of the finest steers last week that have son and claims pcudiug. AH this U clear profit to county left this county for many a day. The are Judge Baker, of the Letcher the manufacturers and comes out of tho court, shot at Joseph Reynolds, who was average weiuht was 1,785 pounds. The pockets of the people. being sent to jail for adultery with Ba- largest steer weighed 1,950 pounds. The nriee paid was 4.20 per hundred. L, G. Reyand Times not ker's w iff, but failed to hit him. The Courier-Journa- l escaped and took the woman Edelensold to Missouri pirtieatwo jacks having a picture of Win. Puckett, the nolds then l'or$l,000. Mr. Wm. Hardesfy sold one with him. jack to Thos. Vancleavo for $700. Hay-de- n Estill murderer, who was hanged Friday, Lexington wife brought suit for A Harding bought of Win. Spalding used the cut they had of the late repubof fine mules at $S5 per head and but divorce against her husband on the a lican candidate for governor Sift below cost last September. Jo he visited a house of ill ground that few knew the difference. It is as little bought 22 head of extra fame, but the Couit of Appeals decided Hayden mules from Win. Hamilton at us the other. cotton like one that that iB not sufficient to entitle her $55 per head. Mr. Hamilton paid $5S 50 per head for the aame mules at weaning We must acknowledge that the Jessa- to u divorce. in the time. Lebanon Enterprise. A resolution introduced mine Journal turned us down by copy-i- s our paragraph and heading it "Some House of Delegates of Maryland requests BARB0URVIUE, KNflX COUNTY. people are bo techy." There' a good the democrats in Congress to 'Meal with for Ks- Mr. S. T. Steele leaves deal of inspiration about the old estab the subject of tariff reform on the broad lines marked out by President Cleveland tille, Va., on business. lishment still. Col. R. L. Kwell. Circuit Clerk A. B. of 1887 and the Mills " It took the democratic ofHouse two full bill.' Brown and Mr.Theo. Moren.all of Lon rules, but it month to adopt. code Mrs. Bettys, who don, were in town Friday. Mrs. E. Sheriff Sparks and was time well apent, it it Buceeed in Europe, and becom Hnmt. of Pineville. and her daughter, which disgraced recently eloned to wfpinK out those ing conscience smitten returned to their Mies Annie, late a student of Stanford the GlattOoBKresa. were visiting relatives homes in Robertson county, have re i..mnlR n, . i wt m at in it. for he himself hath ceived notices that if they do not leave in Barbourville, this week. colthe country they will be found hanging said it Read his card in another writer with a nice gold pen Thursday af-from a limb some morning. uran 1,245-pound Mirs Alice Ward, tho Memphis girl who severed her friend's jugular with a razor and savagely slashed another girl, wants to hang for tho crime. She thinks it would be very romantic to stand upon the gibbet and be tho cynosure of all eyes. Her wish will hardly be gratified in this age of sentimentalism against indicting the death penalty on women, but tho nature of this girl's crime seems to make her especially worthy to adorn a gallows tree. Tho Hotel Roval, Now York, was ternoon and says ho trusts it may servo wo may pen las burned Sundav au'd 50 or more of tho !. the "quill" with which ma . ITf rltAII it... lives. The entire uutw many sentences mr win uw guests lost their Will, as most of his friends villo Herald !nc na nhliizo when the fire was disco v ..! nn.i ,.tm,wf. nvoiiuo of escape , cill him, is in every sense an elegant "-. wiwcutnir. Everv room in tho house vomit' man. aud one of the handsomest. tho 'Queen was occupied and as mauy of the guest o so the girls say, that lives in hnd not registered for the night, it may City." Throuch the vliziluiic" oi Sheriff never be known just how many perishJohn H. Catron's ellleient force of deped. uties a number of the paitles who aro MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. thought to have burned the store of 3Ir. of the marriage of Dr. T. M. Sampson, laet November, have In the notice H. P. Fitzpatrick to Miss Birdie Hicks, been captured and are now in jail awaitat Somersot, the Republican says: The ing a hearing. Tlioni is some pretty church was beautifully decorated with strong evidence ni linit the parties and Attorney a. u. flowers, cedar, etc., and it presented a as (Jommwealtli s lovelv scene. It was a transformation Clark has now taken the matter in hand, scene in whoso marvelous changes the thev will, in all probibility gt the ex chill gray mists of winter dissolved into tent of the law. Messrs. "Sam" Owsley and "Joe" tho bewildering splendors oi a night's dream. Long beforo the ap- Severance, of Stanford, were miosis of pointed hour the church was thronged our city Sunday. Bv the way, there with the friendsand acquaintances of the seems to be considerable attraction Inio for Stanford's young men and I know happy pair. htv" interesting little Mnrv eon- FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. nee ted with some of the hos of Lincoln county's capital, who visited Grav'-- . StaFor. Sale. HO ewes and lambs. S. tion not long since, while some of the M. Owens. Sandidge fair sex of Barbourvillo weio there, but' Beazley Bros, sold to P. C. as this letter will get in very late anya mule for $1115. way, we will just relieve t?) tho eurinsi-t- v Beazlev Bros., bought of John Mer- of tho I. J. readers by eaving it shall .shon a milk cow for $25. lie "continued in our next." T. F. Alexander, of Mercer, bought of hogs at 2 cents. 2 M. F. Klkin & Co. bought of Chan. Collier a lot of butcher cattle at 2Jc. BeazleyjBros. sold to Buhr, of Middlesboro, 10 shoats and 11 heavy hogs at . J c3 ..i j ""' duinb: I m-pr- v - ' GOOD o COFFJSEDo Call for Emperor & King B. Composed of tho highest grades of Moca, Java, Rio and Full line of Pea-berr- y. Cakes, Candies, Frails aud Eucrylhiwi Eat. Good, to t,d V Goods not kept in stock ordered on a small margin. tnid-suir-m- SEVERAME H.t IK IX- - & SON, :- - i car-loa-ds ROYAl PYA-r:- Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Carpets, &c. zi rJQEKvBi. jmgPjffL w v Vrt editor-in-chie- f e Char-lie:Withe- bmn POWDER A A -- irW of lr'li . r-- li Btifr wler........ . Hi-rhrt Pus4Rvl i5yjH 37I7j HBJHSV 'iiilftlii 'T it nil i.. in Oram......... ... of Tarter port, ivtsiiiii Aug. i?, .!.,. "cit Ifcuin.. P t i. v j ihii h .i of ij- - V V 1 j KEEP A FULL LINE Of the above CKLKHRATKD SHOKS. 9 KEEP YOUR EYE 5 e, 20-o- dd 1,'JoO-lb-- Freight divisions,! Ladies' DressGoods, Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits, R R Junction, Round-house, CORBIN. ShfiS finmiTie'. O" ON GREAT REDUCTIONS IN PRI6ES ' j,..,, On all Vim r Goods, - 50,-00- 0 d, OO Repair Shops, College & churches For particulars, Address CHAS. FINLEY, Corbin Imp'nt Co., OR .lien's and Boys' Overcoats and Ladies' Cloaks at v at first cost. s We have nowjin stock a good assortment of the Hucher & Giblcr's Imperial Plows, THE Plow of the day. Call and examine our Plows and get prices before you buy.' iccv:irii' - - W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. Corbin, Ky. ROBT . FENZEL UKAl UK IN MISS LICC IE BEAZLEY, Milliner and Drc.HN Maker Comer Main anl Depot Strcco, Keepi on hand constantly a iiamlnomc line cl trltnucd hats, bocncti, Ac Trimming done to older. An experienced corra of Drna Maker are with roe, who Mill tatltly the public in every detail 87-t- WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY REPAIRING NEATLY AND PROMPTLY IIONE. All work warranted. Fine W.UcIrs a Specialty . I will take old jjold or silver in exchange for goods semi-weekli- es II. T. BUSH, REAL ESTATE AGENT, Stanford, Ky. hee Knrins are all well improved and jjood rich land, running in aire from 3010500 Airen Considering thcit locality, their richuets ami fertility oi noil thi! converiicucf of turnpike, and rail-roathey thHt hriliK market rlKht to our ilo-r- , are cheaper than the Land of any other lOuntyin tho State There 11 scar ely a Turin in the county oter smile from a deict The county la checked with turnpike runmiii; Tlirre 1, not a public road en inevery direction tpriOK the cotifity aeat that t not Mncadainiivil We haw the KnonvilUi Unlich of the I, ,V N It 'I H.6.RUPLBY,- - tery beat Ihaeuite II a number of FARMS for ! ol the Lincoln totnity. Is Receiving His HSttiGive - FaSi Ken-tncay- 'a A car-loa- d to-tla- y 1 W tor-ev- er Holli-PH- . - It. dividing the county from Kat to Wtt and the C. S. R R from North to Niuth; tlie K C. K R tioin thi place to Cincinnati, crossmc the C . O. at Winchctter, Riving full acici to the market ol the whole wcrld. ISeudei, we thrif larjp Flour Mill in the county thatcivcus a marktt for all our grain richt at home; and the develop mentof the mountain regions ol Kaitern and South eastern Kentucky b iaiIroad niul the outlet South by railroad ha created audi a demand for all kuidaof cereal and provender that wecan scarcely retain enough lor The people are prosperous, generous and kind, believing in Christianity and education. 1 here is not a neighborhood in the county but haa a gcod church and schooMiouse. Stanford, the county seat of Lincoln, is a prow. perou little city o( about 3,500 inhab.tants and the great doorway from the North and Northeast South and from the Northwest to Southeast, and standing as it does garni; right Into the bosom of the undeveloped mountains of Southeastern Kentucky backed up by the whole region ot the State w ilh railroad running through it 10 all points of the compass, make it naturally one of the best located towns In the South for manufactures and other enterprises of magnitude. Water Works are now being agltatrd and right of n mile abouu the town abouti there could be erected Water Works with very little cost that would supply a city of ijo.ooo inhabitants with the purest and best water in the world, Our little city has been newly rebuilt in the last few yearn and its business houses ard res. idenccs will compare with lurc.tr cilies-o- f greater pretensions. Our merchants aud tradesmen are all prosperous aud doing well. H'o have two banks with a capital stock ot $400,000 that arc prosperous and in a good condition. Wc have splendid schools. We have a a large brick building, with over 100 pu pils in attendance and under the prlncipalship ol M Hubbard, is in a flourishing condiProf. tion. We also have a Seminary that it a good school, with Prof I! K, Blakcmanat its head. We have one of the best Public School buildings in this section of the State, with over 100 puptls in attendance, and with other good private schools, you tec our school facilities are excellent We have elegant church builnmgs, representing every denomination, with a full corps 01 ministers of fins class talent and arc doing a better buiinex than any class of men In the city, I have tried to make this statement as facts, without anv exaggeration or coloring, as tho to who know will bear ne out, and those who wish to buy pleasant homes at lair prices and locate among'a good people with all the best surround-lug- s, would do well to call and see me before pur hainf "Isewhere Goods Warranted and a Perlect Fit Guaranteed. and Winter Goods me call. - h.e FARRIS & HARDIN, STANFOK-D, KY., Have : a : Complete : Line Of Staple and Fancy 1 Illue-Ura- s Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Queenswarc and Woodenware. Nice line of Libraryjand Stand Lamps and also nice Tea Sets, Dinner Sets and Chamber Sets. We keep the best California Goods inthe market. three-fourt- hs Female-College- , S. 1u. Cor. ltU Jc Vine, Cliiainnnti, O. Book-keepin- g, , I Short-Han- d, Type-Writi- ng, Telegraphy, -- Business Practice, Correspondence, Clerking, Commercial Arithmetic, Penmanship and all Business Branches. 1892. Lnnround flourishing. Twelve instructor. Up with the time. of the BualuaM Fits tboruuKttly for BuHlncM Pursuits. Hm thu confident etnpUymtnt. TheCommunity. cuarfea are The itudenl or in demand an art midtd In tturlna Day Does and Night rciuon.blo. Jtourd caa bo bod In the city at low figure. as promises, investigation solicited, ttead for catalogue. C. W, McGEE, PRINCIPAL. X'f Htna.' J u . . ' J J iu 1 fe.- - Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal i). 1802 Oroiiaiu) praw, clover nntl timothy at y J. I). Foster's. Xkw stock of liulk's' fltiovs from Strlb-otfc Co. just in. SevpnuicH it Sou. ForSalk. A buggy horse. Will trade for cattlo if party desires M. F. Klkin & Co. Bon S m Btawford, Ky., Fkuruary .o. Valton, bus. ManaRer MEANS IUSINESS. Enuhavinu beautifully nnd nrlistically lone Ht A. It. runny 'a. 1L Yotm account in now ready. l'lTfiBO call nnd wttlt A. It. Penny. Ul' your hookrt nnd school supplies of all kinds fioin A. It. Penny. HAVKyour watcli, clock nnd Jewelry repaired at A. K. Penny's. All Mork warranted. Hkmkmiikk tlintnll silverware, wntclies. riurt, Ac, lioiilit nt A. II. Penny'H will lo engraved free of elinritc. PERSONAL Blackwkll, a brakeman, had his arm badly mashed wliile coupling cars Landuktii'a mid Fcrry'rt Gnnlen Feeds, at Rowland. Pens mid HuniiRnt A. A. Warren's ModMn. K. T. Punch deeded to Miss Kllcn el Grocery. Fretwell yesteiday a house and lot in Diikss making by Mrs. Nellie Owens Rowland for $300. nt Commercial House, Stanford. SatisI'oiiSalb. 75 cords of wood at SLCO faction guaranteed. in woods; IIOO yards from pike on county Mu. II. W. Oivi:.s has about complet- road. A. M. Poland. house on his farm near ed a "Tiik handsomest line of white goods Hubble ami will move to it in a few ami Hamburgs I ever saw," is what the day. ladies say of our stock. Severance & Wils Howakii got a continuance, at Son. the 11th hourjiiid his trial for the murI will take it as a favor if those inder ol the Missouri deaf mute will not debted tome will come forward and setoccur till June. tle. I need the money and must have five-roo- Do You Want Any Jf so come to White Goods, Embroideries, Ladies' Muslin Underwear ? THE LOUISVILLE STORE, And see thebiggest line that was ever shown in this town. Examine our prices and they will jjiahe you buy. It will also pretty soon be time for and in case yon want a, nouse-cleanin- g Tiik Record pays that the court of lev fixed taxation in Garrard at .'lit cunts on Foil Rk.nt. House witli five rooms the $100 and miido the poll taxSl.50. The and garden. Situated on Logans Creek, Kfip. Mil. W. S. FciKiuso.v, of Lancaster, was property tax is nearly double Lincoln's. miles from Rowland. Apply to A. T. liero Friday. January has come ami gone nnd our Nunnelley or T. L. Sbelton. Miss Iamk Witiikiw went to Losing' hooks show that theio aie still some acton Saturday. Skvkhal rains have fallen since Fricounts unpaid. Our friends will plea-- e Mit. Sid W'ohtiiam, of Jellico, whh in day, but yesterday was clear and pleasbear in miiid that we have been exceedtown Friday. ingly itiditlpnt and will consider it ant, sho ing hut little signs of the cold Mn. ami Mns. W. K. Amos are both wave promised to arrive this mornquite a favor jf they will come forwaid ing. ill of the (;rip and Bettle. Sine and Menefee. Mn. L. U. Piiii.ui-s- , Mn- -. M POINTS. it. Mi "i Annie Wray. iik Uaiidin is down with tliu 1 Nice Carpet, Straw Matting, Oil Cloth, Curtains, Bed Spreads, Window Shades, etc., drop in and we will tell y on our prices. We have a byline of Children's Clothing',. Boys' and Men's Suits and Overcoats , which we will sell at sure enough reduced prices in order to malte room for our Spring stock. Eggs and Feathers bought at the highest market ,1 cj Si tiieinsunincoman, is with us spain. Mn. Ciiami' Mt'i.i.iNR, of I.ivinton, was hero Saturday. Mit. William Gatiio.v, of Somerset, was in town Friday. Miss Pollv Kuiianks Mas the Ktieat of Mrs. Mattle Novius. Miss Ukttik Paton Is up from Ix)uis-vill- e Stiuykd, from my homo near High- with friends herd ,Mii8. II. T. Aiiius, of Louisville, is Miss l'ttiu Holm. Mn. ami Miis. It. S. Lyti.k have taken rooms nt the Cnlley Houm'. Mn. V. S. Waiiiiks is aiain out after n 1 1 vi-it- ini; three-week- s' spell of the Blip. MissMamik Ly.n.n ip at tho head id a llourishiiiK school at Lynn woo-1- , Miss Hutsii: Hhiiaiidh, of Junction City, is the v'Hestof the Misses Wruj. is the Mns. K. Toomkv, nf ttieen-huipiest of her diiUKhtT. Mrs. 1. T. Court-- . Mns. Hi.amiii: Shkknkv, of lincas-ter- , passvtl through to Louisville yestet-dav. y. Mu. P II. Pomi.f. of Paint Lick, lias I'M heeu well. vi-iti- ni; Mr. ami Mis. Cald- T. K. Ap'titof the urday. Fiihciii.i. I Je. Triiuilini; Freight N., was here Sat- Missim Anna ititm and Lou Mocker, of Ifustouville, are kucsIs of Mrs. 1'. C. Mns. 'ton. Jok Coitkv went to Pillion V. K. yof-tord- sy to mv her sick lirotlier, Mr. T. lUlhml. Mu J. tt'Ai,Lir, of SotneiM't, ia very ill of pneumonia at Mr. John W. WallncoV. Will and College, Caiikoi.i, Shanks, of Centre spent Sunday with their home-folk- s here. for the first time'sfler his severe illness of Mu. F. lti.il) nrs in town Saturday two months .Mil am) Mit. J. 1). Anhmison liae returniil from a vi.Mt to their relatives at Crab Diehard. Mk. Will Mohki.a.m nnd family lime moved into the W. II. Antlrrroti boils", on SomerM'l street. Mies M.MintK Lewis went oer to liar-raryesterday to resume churuu of her , fciiool, iitsi Huckeye. Mits. Saiiaii Sti'aiit, who hmbeon vii itlnu Mr and Mis. W. 11. Cut tie, retm Friday. ed to Mns. A II Kick, of Lancaster, pnsttil through 1'iulay to join her hushuml at 'ad u cah, win re lie has located. s Tiik cluver Italian count, who the Danville Advocate, Harry Giov anoli, was here.yiBterdiiy in its interims d ti1 lepre-sent- Homm, advance, nKont of Si Plunkard, was here Saturday contracting for his show on Monday niirht, the lfitli. Mn. K. S. Powkll N the closctt home-staye- r in the county. He was in town yesterday, for the tlrt time since early Inst fall. Miss L'ddik Adams, n splendid looking specimen of her box, - with MiVi Ksto Hull, who will return with her to her homo In Boyle county to day. Mks, K 0. Walton, who has been very ill at Hnstonville, was able to be brought home. Sunday, from tho ellects of which she sullered no injury. Mu. W. F. PuiLLirsnnd wife, of Clay count), rtro nt Mr. W. II. Johnson's on their return from Louisville, where. Mr. P. has been nttentllup a medical college. Milt Miis. W. II. Andkiiso.n returned Satur-di- y to her home at Harper, Kunsa. Misses Carrie and Bessie Ljtlo accompanied her and will make their futuiu home with her. Mb. I). II- - Bowman, of J. M. Kobiuson & Co., of Louisville, is assisting Mr. It. S Lytlo on the road while that gentleman is wnitiiiK for the injuries received in the C. S. wreck to et well. Mr. S. A. Xkwkll, of this county, ha been leappointed by the xovernor us one of the commissioners of the Kentucky Institute for Deal Mutes, to servo a term of Bix ycara. Somurset lteportor. TifpiclNiTvT For Uknt. Nice suite of rooms in the FarriB & ltamsey buildiur. It. Wil liams. A few Jail and Mtile by cash or hi accountH of 1891 are unsettled A. nte. it. Penny( land, several weeks ago, a black horse, eight years old, paces nicely nnd is in for some trouble about registered letters, good order. Liberal reward for his W. M. Threlkield. while he was mail meRsengeron the K. C. His friends do not suipcct him of W.m, S. Buhcii, who is running in his anything wrong, but he ban been drunk father's name for circuit clerk, because for months and unable to properly atis tend to his duties. Whisky will knock ho not of the constitutional age, announced his candidacy yesterday in a the best of them silly. creditable little speech in the circuit Si Pi.fNKAiiD has had his date chang- court-rooed from Friday, the to Monday, Tiik Central Itecoid speaks of our lfitli. ltemeniber the date. The Hustonville correspondent as Dr. Arclaims that its leading man, nold. Don't do this again. Dr. Bohoti Mr. J. C. Lewis, draws n cabin of $300 is justly proud of his name and hiwj no f per week as well in an Individual earthly desire to change it to Arnol or intttrevt, and that they carry an any other as far as that is concerned. orchestra of eight people that draw a combined snlan of ?W0 per week. Tiioxk who caught sight of the beautiful phenomenon of the conjunction of Baunky Him.i.sk, of Soni Jupiter and Venus, Fridns night, enjo who was a lew days ago released crct, ed a treat neei to be fogotten. The on bail from the Danville jail, where be twogreat planets appeared to be one and had been confined on the charge of the light of both wai ecpial to a half criminal lt on MN Wood", moon. Unfortunately the clouds hid arrentud in Cincinnati last the sky for most id the time and it wns week for drunkenness Hijrains is no only at intervals tint the scene could be doubt a had eug ami thN behavior mi enjojed. noon after his releasit will go far townnl HubIn response to the making the people believe him guilty of ble, Mhs Ida Watson writes us that our the fearful crime with which he ischarg pap'Ts are never detaiuedjin her ollke, ed. and that she gives them and all mail matTiik magistral of Wnjne county will ter intrusted to her the piomptest disappropriate $10, KX) for building a new patch. The Danville stage leuves before jail nt Monticell . They have appoint- the arrival of the train, which shouldn't ed Capt. John '. Tultle a special com- be allowed. Miss Watson hopes w ith all missioner to cxjmiinu the ilaus of the of us that mail matters on the K. C. will best jails in thcJstatu and make a repnit be improved from its late bad handling, to them. A work-hois contemplat-enow that n new messenger has been apin connection with the jail and also a pointed. work yard mu rounded hy a h gh wall, Tin: writer had the pleasure of seeing to belexpecially used to gie the latter employment tl misdemeanor prison the little Stanford favorite, Miss Lnvinia Shannon, in a leading character in that era. popular melodrama, "The Power of the It turns out that little Sallie. the baby Press," at Mssonie Temple, Louisville, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kph Woods, few nights ago, whfen he found that the U very badly liurucd and the little one extremely (Littering newspaper notices may loose its life as the result. The of her acting scaicely do her justice. As child wasat n' cabin, near the house, Julia Seymour she is simply superb. She playing with some colored children and acta the put .beautifully and in the her clothes c:iight tire. As soon as li e handsome dresses that adorn her shapediscovered that she was in tlnmes she ly figure, she is a picture of rare loveliran towards the house, hut tho brisk ness. Twice called before the curtain wind which was blowing made the by an audience which packed tho house flames laiger nnd tho child was over- to the walls, she responded with powered. When reached by assistance grace and the anplause contintier clothes were nearly all burned oil" ued long after she had disappeared. Her and the greater portion of benight side, ambition is to be a star of the first magfrom the waist up, is fearfully burned. nitude and her fiieiuls feel sure that it Her neck and right ear are also badly wjlljet be gratiljed. She has youth, parched. beauty and talent.'and with means to get a start, it wouljiu't bo long before I.nvkhTIoaiion proves that what we she would shim resplendent in the dracalled "acock and bull story" in our last firmament, j issue is not without grounds, although matic Ix tho county cbtut yesterday tho will it is considerably exagcratud. A money order for ?'.'5 was ibued on Jan. A, 'ill, of J. G. Smith tfis probated. It givis and the attorney referred to, Mr. Watts, his entire estate pi his wife, Mrs. Nannie of Louisville, il comtiip and spend a Luutford Smith jmd appoints her execunight and ila here Mr. Green, propii trix without secilritv. The will of Capt. tor of the Myers House, remembers Gaines Ciaig wa also probated. It aphaving had him a giu-tahis hotel, but points Harvey Helm, Ivjii , executor, concerning the ellort of a burglar to en- and bequvatbs apout $10,000 to Mrs. II. ter his room ho is entiiely ignorant. The T Harris ami daughters, $0,000 to Mrs. each to Mrs. whole thing is n mystery and the most Kliabeth Helm, Brown and Dr. S. C. Helm and perplexing part is who would be foolish Horace enough to spend t'--o to play a joke on ?V00 each to Mrs. Frank Walton, Miss The his fellow man. Tho work is evidently Lottie Helm and Harvey Helm that of some crank, but as there are no Lillard children get about $1,000. Prosuch liberal cranks hereabouts, wo can't vision is made to meet his gift of $1,000 to the Central University Theological imagine who "A. K. South" can be. School and the entire residue of h's Tub mo- -t enthusiastic man wo huvo is logo to Mrs. Helm's heirs. An seen in many a day is Gov. J. G. Gi veils. inventory showa that tho decedent left He is confident ho has a gold mine in about 50,000 in bank stock and other his mineial springs nnd sanitarium at valuable pi operty. Mr. Helm qualified Spencer, lad., which he recently pur- as directed by tho will without K'cnritN. chased in conjunction with a son of Blue Mrs. Sarah White qualified as adminisRibbonj.Miirphy and an experienced ho- tratrix of K. A. White. The application tel man. It is a regular panacea for all of W. G. Holland for liquor licence at the ills of life and piomisi's to eclipse Kingsville waa paitly heard and continthe HotJSprings in nil blood and consti- ued until Saturday next. tutional diseases. In order to introduce Mr. Knloo'a urotiosition that House it to the people of Kentucky, the govis arranging to run a special train eulogies of deceased members ahull be ernor from Louisville on the lOth, which will delivered on SundayB only, was in the wa e, bo freo to his guests, who will embrace line of sincerity and economy.nd rejected. During the first tho handsomest women and their escorts. therefore, The are to he met at the springs by 50 session of the lst Congiess the working of Indiana's fairest nnd u day or two days of a whole mouth were deyoted to is to be spent in genuine enjoyment. these displays of hypocrital cant, many Among those to be inv ted here aro of the eulogies heiug as false as they Misses Annie and Mary Alcoin, P. M. were fulsome, and thousands of dollars Mcltoberts, J. G, and R. G. Denny. No expended on memorial volumes that noexpense or trouble is to be spared to body but the eulogists ever read. Made service, make it a grand event ami one always a Sabbath and to be remembered by those who will be the perfunctory performances would eoon lapse into innocuous desuetude. fortunate enough to attend. n. 'th, iiisn-agemeut L. Dkvkii was arrested nnd tnken to I,ouisvilleSumliy by a U.S. marshal J. prices at ' THE LOUISVILLE STORE Main Street, Stanford. A. UEBAJVSKY, Proprietor. M. MANES, Manager. ( 1 'if STMAM IIUWCCTRII -- AND- one-hal- 1 STEEL BOILERS, Stationary, power. sizes up to Unequalcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Durability. 26-hor- Upright and Horizontal. and Portable. All Semi-Portable Write for Free Illustrated I'amplets anil your wants to ns-nu- ofSoin-eret,w- n - - -- m1j.v is Ctir' THE JAMES EEFFEI. & CO., SEW A YOK CITY SPIIINOFIF1 D. OHIO. 4J post-mastt-r- They meioly add another pang to death ami put another straw on tho camera buck of life. If additional proof of the cowardice and insincerity of the aveiage politician were needed, it is furnished by the two votes on Mr. Enloe's proposed amendment to the rules, the standing vote being 1)0 to OS in favor of its adopl ehowi d 01 to 155 against tion, the it. This, at least, makes plain the need, if not tho propriety, of Congressional funerals. Lou. Times. roll-cal- W.RMOBEffra, Druggist and Jeweler, lias a Complete Stock" of : u- d NEW AUVKMISKMENTS. DRUGS, : BOOKS, WALL PAPER, PAINTS, rH TO THE FARMERS. Hedge I am agent for The Cintral Kentucky Fence Lo., nt Lancaster, and offer the services of both myelf and the Company to the citironiof Lincoln county. I am very Irunkful for tho literal patronage rccchcd and hope hy lair dealing to Farmer in need of a good merit a continuance fence will find meat the M)crs House in Stanford County Court day. on each 97.bm Jewelry & Silverware. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired Promptly and in affir-UN- G first-clas- M.W.JOHNSON. Fine Land For Sale. Having more land than can managuat try age tem of labor, I h.ne (deter, and the present mined to sell an bargain my farm of five hundred . and thirty ls?o acret, on the Sunlord and Dan-villeoUe auit in seven mite of Lancaster and less tnati eight ail's of the threw county ieats( ul counties. rich blue-gra. think this one of the best stock (arms in Cen tral Kentucky, taking into consideration beauty, convenience, water, soil, building material, fencing, ttc , etc. All of th land is in gran, except about 30 acres of frrsh land for corn and Cy acres in whoat, with timothy rowu with It; but .cnouch, as a purchaser would see it boloro bu)ing. The title is perfect, being handed donn from ancestors from the days of the Indians mile Irom Also n detached tract ol 15 acres, the pike, and So acres ol extra knub.taud, which Include Mason's Cap. A M,ir ELAND 96 1 ts s style. Old gold and 1 h M RAVING on . all goods sold, free of charge. silver taken in exchange. J wSX 1 OVERCOATS NECKWEAR, COLLARS, 1 FOB. SALE. 232 Acres of Splendid Blue-Gras- s Land, t f-0- 00 brUk residence, (tin roof) M hpacious necessary outbuildings add an abundance it fruit tree of almost every arirty. Much of theland i 1rg1n sil. well timbered, abuudantl) watered 111 short, a and nearly all well stttn' tllue-lira- s Kami in esery npcct. No a J ears old next Spring For sale, aNo a6 Mules , P W LOGAN two-stor- y 1 on turnpike road! leading Irom Stanford to Milledgeville. I ijjcoln Count), Ky ,6 miles from Stanford, 4 miles. T'om Hustontille, 10 (torn Danville, 4 miles from Jun.tion City and mile of Morelatld. a station on the C. within S. k K The Karm hj itoii it an rligant and PciraMy located Heavy Underwear, Dress Shirts,' CIFFS, GLOVES, jc ij V HEAVY BOOTS MEN'S, WOMEN'S AM) CHILDREN'S . FTJBXilC SALE Land, Stock, Crop, &c. On m . Tuesday, Feb 23, 1892, 1 will offer for sate publkly if not sold prisatclr before) uiy Kaimoi 142 Acreeof hrt rate land situated i'i miles norm of btatitord, Ky , on the Dansilte turnpike Said Karm is In a high state cultivation, improvements good and comfortable. VNo stock, consisting nt i pair well broke dralt Mules, horses, i good work Mule, pair a year-ol- d t finely bred saddle Mare, 4 cars old, i lainily cars old. 4.Milk Cows ail 10 htad oung horves Cattle, alwut 50 head of Sheep, 35 of them good Kues bred to Southdown lluck; some young Horse stock, well bred and broken to harness; a head ol good butcher Cattle, Karmlni; Implements and somr Household and Kitchen Furniture. j,-,- yr FINE SHOES.' M'ROBERTS & HXGGINTS. The Vulcan Chilled Plows, -- J. imiGHT. "LOCUST OKOVr." ST O CS T A !t M FOR SA1.K. s" Ulue-Ursss semi-religio- The finest Farm and richest soil in Lincoln Co., Land, situacoinprltinc 4JO acres ol ted uithin two miles ot Sta.niord, the county teat of Lincoln. Fronted by the Shelliy City turnpUe and accessible to the hunford and Danville turn pike. This is one of the best Stock K.irins in the region and is in a high state of culti vation. Abundance of water lor all purpoes boil is ferule and is suitable fur the Brewing of hen p tobacco, corn slid wheat, 'lhe land is so located so that it can be divided and two fine Farms made Tho improvements arc a large and commodious dwelling a convenient stock baru Ac. the Lust of frull of all kinds, etc For infor K. H. JONtb, Sunlord. mation, apply to I. n JONKS, U. V K IL.EV, I'lneville. lilue-Grass Ci . T'vW.i- - iffsssssssssssssssssW ", J-- 4 'l"' -- V .lrs... 'lit The best Chilled Plow made, guaranteed. KNtras carried, in stock. Satisfaction-B- . K. & VV. H., WEAREN. .'. v. i Semi-Week- ly Interior Journr. AT Published Every Tuesday and Fr day Mr. J. B. Boiling bin mado up n fund Boonkvii.i.k, Feb. II. It is said that a dollars for the purpose hint to the wise is sulliciont, but it took of about 500-odK. .. LOCAL TIME CARD. of having a protracted meeting nt John- somethiug more than a mere hint to conTrain naves Rowland at 7:00 a, m., returning ston's Hall, beginning about tho first of vince mo that I was was one of the dett 5:10 p.m. March. An ellbrt will be made to se- linquent subscribers so often referred to L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. cure tho services of Elds. ,1. W. Garner, iu your excellent paper. You know we Mail tram going North ....ti -- 9 pm Allen Dallou and A. 0. Taylor. Somer" " " are all disposed to shift the responsibiliSouth... 34P 1 tjn m Cxprest train " South set Keportrr. ty "onto the other fellow." This time it am " North SJU' i.U The new St. John's church, Louis- was tho "better half of me" that I was Local Freight North .6 50 a ni South 513pm ville, erected in the. place of tho one detrying to hold responsible. She is the The latter trains also carry passengers. The above it calculated on standard time. Solar stroyed by the cyclone, was dedicated biggest half, too, by a long shot, and be time (.about ao minute fatter Sunday b Bishop Dudley. The rector .sidt'.sahe is a dyed in thv-wodemocrat was killed by the cyclone and the corner from away up on Goose Creek, and is do "To the glory of God cidedly in the ascendency in this house stone is and in loving remembrance of Stephen So when a bill was oll'ered to appropriKtiiott Barnwell." ate $2 out of any money not otherwise The admission of women a- - dele- appropriated, and now in the domestic gates to the General Conference of the treasury of this institution, to pay for Methodist Kpiscop.il church has been the amount in arrears, it was unceremodefeated after all; that is tho required niously voted down, without even grantthree-fourt- hs majority was not secured, ing tho minority side of. the house the When net so paid $2.60 w'll .e charged. "In buying a cougt. medicine for children,' The following amusing letter is from says 11. A. Walker, a prominent druggist ofOg-lepile, A SMALL I10VI.K COUNTY FARM Utah, 'never he afraid to buy Chamberlain a Dr. IJ. St. J. Fry, editor of tho St. M. Joseph Tread way, tho republican On Feb 30 lSil.at to o'clock a. m. I will offer Cough Remedy. There Is no danger from It asd Louis Control Methodist, is dead. mile 9 acre county attorney of OwHley,and although relief is always Mire to follow. I particularly rec l public aale mv Farm ofpike. The Mland Is froma in Chamberlain' because I have found It to Danville on lheStnfotd Tho Methodists e building on nn not intended for publication, is too good ommend and reliable. good tate ol cultivation; moderate')- - Improved, he sale He and 50c bottles tor sale and will make a good home. Sale positive. by Dr. M I,. Bourne, Hrtiggt t and Optician, average of 1 J churches overy.day iu the not to be printed: WARD. q. Stanford, Ky. ti-- CHURCH AFFAIRS. The Better Halfthe Best Man. Safe and Rollable. PUBLIC SALE. FOR RENT. Acte &&. mile from Stanford. Wj I 4 II Miller I70 00 A!',!lc TO.. vear. (To the Editor Interior Journal.) Golds and Coughs croup, sore throat, bronchitis, asthma, and hoarseness cured by the safest To have tour photographs made You will find vou light that ha will Salo. satlsfsction always treat he makes and glvo sou AN IMTIIODUOTION Nice Town Remember pictures of all ine oiucreni sirs, cren iron me smallest plmto Tolhe through car service o( the Wisconsin Cencranhs tii to a life sire portrait Hi craven water Is unnec tral LiiH'sand Northern Pacific Railroad I offer for sale privately my 11 you nave a pictuni House and Lot on colors anl pasten you essarv. Its advantages and conveniences have Danville Avenue. The vatit cnlargnl.it will pay you to been luhy established. It is the only mute to the and a cellar and there Is House contain 0 nxiin. contractinc w th nnv one to h;ie Itsee himasbeforehi- - i every conseniencu do tnn.le. Pacific Coast over which loth Pullman Vettibuleil always be here to jho satislocated and Pullman Tourist Cars ale opera sired, such as cistern, outhouses, Ac It Is one of faction here and vrlll A J. K A HI, Stanford, Ky ted Horn ciucago via St I'aul witnout cimnge the best pl.ices In Stanford J II. HIOGINS. 94 tl Through train leaves Chicago ii erv day at io'u p.m. The traveler via this route passes throii)-the mnt picturesque, Interesting and irtpeiou belt of , ountry In the Wrsietn W orld. There is a scenery with must striking contrasts that range from the rolling prairie and the pine forest level RAUP. CHANCF. Having purchased the interested my former SFCl to the wildest passes of the wildest mountains in Owing to the fact that lam a little o crslitcked partner, Mr. V. R. Mcl'herson, I ask a liberal the world. in Dry like, I shatenl the patronage- of the people of Rowland There is a series of the noble" t cities, towns and will for Goods, Hoot. Shoes, Hal and the stocL at and vicinity. I will continue the cash business offer my sillscMol every variety and size, from the hamlet Cost forthe nextjnd) goods were, eutlic at very which the tirin of Hilton A-- Mcl'herson started out Cash. These or the tiny farm.vpivard ; the richest tnlhcs in the low prices and selling them at Cost, bought the public can to do. anil think I can easily prove why it will bv tne greenest ami mcl lasting pasturage; feel assured of some rare HAKOAINS For I'hls big beneficial to botn mv customersnnd myself the wildest scenery on the Continent; canetis a olTer will aland good for day only Stoic In instance look at these prices, ao i minds granula weird as n niehtmare: hills, snows and Deals Darsi Hstentlon, between30 Rowland and Stanford. iti sugar tor i, Armirkies collte ents pei startling iu the miemfirence ol their hemtvnnd a J. C. F.I.MOKK. fmuud and all other gods in proportion Alu perfection of comfort in traveling that has' never hand at all time lumber and shingles fur been surpassed. sale. J. H. Hit, ION. Fast tram via thi Wisconsin Central Lmoi fir 57-- i Rowland. Kv )r St. Paul, Minneapolis, Ashland and Duliith Iraves. Chicago at .'oo p m dally with Pullman Sleepers aud the Central's famous diultig Lot on Main cars attached. m ..... 33AHF. ARTIST. - Property For first-cla- ss 9t-i- y h At Cost For Cash. io rk iurgains for cask: qisztz. - SS-i- m FOR SAIiB I Containing 1 Street in Stanlord acres. Stanford. Ayers Cherry Pectoral and most effective emergency medicine. It should bo in every although the vote stood among the 7i,l-!- mem-bet.-hi- p, and ouly 1?3,G!) against. The ministers voted o,(0'J for and 5,151 against, the majority for being only I'M anions the preacher-.for . Jim McCreary. J.V, h 'P & p Kj , " Lr Tc," lt I V rr 3' I . on alwa Savoyard writes as follow of our ex& CO., F. cellent representative: family. About the year 1SG7, a voting man, ?5 iyr STANFORD. KY m & VEiYDOME HOTEL not two years out of the Confederate arA Snfo Investment Is one vhnhis Guaranteed to hrinr sou satis my, in the cavalry arm of which be bad WALLAtKSTlEI.F., Pro'r. Lowell, .IF OU ARK UOIHti factory rcs'ills, or in case of failure. been a colonel, was n candidato for a sour purchase price On this safe plan yon tin fmy from our adwitiscd druggist n lottlo( Dr. II.1R. CAMNITZ, or ssat in tho Kentucky Legislature from King's New Discos ery for Consumption. It s guaranteed to bilng relief I Hit every case when HUSTON VI I I.K. Ky the county of Madison, bis disabilities A. S. H.-for any affection of the throAt,Iung or clie.i' having been removed by an act of Con Thoroughly rcfitlrd and refurmslir,! and fuily such as consumption, intlanimatinu of the lungs, SURGEON DENTIST. bronchitis, asthma nhooping cough croup, etc , prepared to attend tt. the wntsof the public. A gress. He was the dctnoc.atic nominee, m tc. It is pleasant and agierable to tlie taste, per. jinr SAMPLK ROOM attached . Office on Main street, oer W. It. McKobertt and Mndi.on was it democratic county. fctlj safe and can alwajs Iw relied upon. 1 rial Drug Store, Stanford. Ten Dollars and for Lire. botllc- - free at A K. Penny s drug store About 4 o'clock in the afternoon, the It llappened long ago and in a WesPOSTISD. lay of the August election, return were tern mining town. There wasn't a Morit Wins. DR. W. . hunters, fisHsmisn and brought in to the democratic hcadquar preacher iu the place, and when nn exWplcire tn say to our Itliens that for years ws Tills uillco . MMVIllt n. R. LOUHVItlC on ottr lands without lne been wiling Dr King's New Dtscosery for others net ttropswill he ptosccKtecl to the ters, in the town of Richmond, showing ceedingly at all s.h man and- woman CotMUmptioti, Dr Killz's New Life Pills est iiit f the law. Slgnetl that the democratic ticket had swept the desired to get married tlie services of the uever Arnica S.ilve and ElectricsellHitter, and has Is it'll line f.r oo,asits Office South side Main strt, in office recently C. M. bPOONAMOORE as veil or the bandied remedies that Stanford, Ky. vacated by Dr. 1.. F. Huffi-a- n. J K IIRUCF. 55 county, and if every vote polled from notice iudee- were called in. He had We do givn stuh iltiiscrsal satisfaction. THOMAS C. JIAI.L. nms attst that hour was republican the democrat never had any experience in Hint branch "iiui hmitate to guatvtitee Ihesn everypisce if satisis'ILKLF HAILKY. atand ready to refund the purchase Mte tlost con lis. A M IKLAND at factory results 1I0 not foOmv ttir use. 1 hrse M. CRAIG, ic ticket would be victorious by an over- of his authority, but willi trim estern remedies have won their grrat )opuluiil purely DR. II. W UAINKS. LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI I.IVFN'S. whelming vote. At that moment a man enterprise ho agreed to tackle the- job, in their writ. ,. K. IViihv, Irwggtst JAMFS I S I'M I.IP-- . For all points Homeopu.tb.lo Physician, camo in and said that an old democrat, and the culprit were brought bef6re THROUGH 'MCKKTS S"I.I. I, a Grippe. - - - KENTUCKY. living three or four miles in the country BAO(..(JF. CllhCKKD IlIKi)'.' STANFORD, No healthy tterkun nessl sar auv dinirrou.cnti bin I " li! Fltlll, nq UIOJ ht.lieil I qon.cs fii an attic-- of U gnppoif properly For aay mfortnsiinn CAt)ttiterf Office Hours: 10 to i a. in.; t to 3 p. m.; S to was sick, but if be had a couvoynnce he MailU lip, trtaleil- Itumnch severe calJand I I (LIMOIcn.At.nl. p. m. ehe Irtattaent. - KeaialH rsuirs...prswiK-l- ...! ao f'kM Office on Lancaster street, opposite court home. could be brought to tho polls and would thcnisulves, and they stood uj I.ully CJ... .k ' K' W. W PK.S'N. Tr.s Pa.. vote. Tho committee unanimously 'Coilfe forward to the bar of justice, Kentdy as dire, for a Him cold and a Jiii.tiios. ' :. K t la the ccwpirale limits o Rowland aad complete Is sure t (4lstw. that it was useless but thavoung 1.,. coutinueil, w itn a pompouxeiiori, ami I Thu remwy aUJ t,IU,.,-u.'ateniw,ey r u ,R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. ciudidate for the Legislating spoke up thev came. II grippi-1DARST.. Rowland. result m psimoni. Amcng tho many t . iLa.i.i.h.1. . .. I....... ...a.! a, .I..K..... ak ....,-- . Knoxviik, Cumberland fos Louisvilio is not useless. Goto and "(itnliv or not i!U.ll "Xo.it be aked. as I.f-- . vn ..- i.,-- . - ..( u ;,ifihfi.i ,, r..,..'. . . DENTIST. ., . . ....-- . siagie rav tni lias Dtii ircoteita or inst lis. 1.' S; T. I IJ I i' V ll the livery etablc, get a horse and bugv thev stood before him holding hands. 1 1.1 J Kl Oi!i. ultctl in pnesiitiAiiia. mc and cor L.llltM (or .! UVi X 1 IJ. lit H. Is moving to the Higgins office, Lancaster street. ''Uuilty," your honor," responded the I)r. M. I,. lioitrHe, Uriugisi and Optician, Man- Nitrous Oxide Gas given for pinUs. extracting. and bring him to the polls. Have the Dossbl iHily cbeclule. K. U. RILEY. I'roprlntor. ird, Kv. STANrORD, KENTUCKY. I I'JIet-- t bill charged to me." It was done, and groom. ll(mSti .. James B. McCreary's majority was one London, - - - Kentucky. SOt'TH IIOI'SO. "Is this your. first oirense?" t.se. I.sSssUvsU greater. He was the young r "It is, your honor, so help me." IS. s?rrin " Sianfrs4. I have moved i my new Hotel and am feettet a d3 J was his first race. That is 111 llfl lull' illl. and that "U'nl! tluiri.'H nnthillK ..... .... .., ...w..w. prtparrd thatfeter ta accominotiatsi the public. Arr. Midb- -. or, . ' 7 nt, J ru .... - . as Sheriff. In is a caetiKiate lor Mfdl,...jMS., Subject Oood I.ivery atiaclied aud every etw.en'encs u Dealer the sort of man he is. There is the key pofi-- life seutence on both of you anil,; tH ti. action ot the IMnocracy. Klectiou N ' p is 7 j a in Air. CvimberlaaH (lap. siren. Stive me a call, " llssslltMi Sprtelga..... FRANK KII.KY. 77 ., 7 tiiin Foreign and Domestic Fruits, to his success, the key that made him asc"s the groom for the costs." " Aitlmr is a Speaker of the Kentucky Legislature " Pssvell Rl.r much, your honor?" aked the "How .1 f upas1 Confectioneries, Arc. 756 m S1AT1.MKNT OKTHK ' l'aisveH. P. twice, that made him governor, and that groom, going down in his pocket.- -. 1'JPn, 'i t.t ' Lone Mountain,. 4 fi m i m Has with him a first class baker ami cau lurni'h will make him Speaker of Conaress be" Clint Rlvsjr... Is a Candidate lor to theoHie of Cir- - I linocln to, S7 "Ten dollars." ,. i4,in like on short notice. Jtread, Cakes and the Suilding- J Sivings " Oaksxan n of tht- IcnK talic .uit Clerk, sulijcct to the acl' fDpm h 4s fore lie dies. Like Caruth, McCrenry is Washkur. " Pt.sst-The uroom handed it over. pany. liipM' vcj a m " Miirsirsta .. a m a growing man, and the Congressman 7P, c a in STANFORD. K "Cae - dismissed," announced .tlie " Lsiitrll. ...ZZ. Co. McCreary of the 'd Congress is worth a ' UorrlH , 5 pm ,1 judge, ami the innocent young Candidato for Circuit Clork. OnVfin Fanner U.nk ,V Trust Co , will, on Jass. " JlaltHwrvills. . p as viiin "c a ,, half dozen of the Congressman McCren-- r . Hi, " llrv.rt) OF STANFORD. KY., out of the room ar radiant :t-- a pm is a Subject to the actum nl the Democratic jwrty, I WT'YWa K. .VO. JurKOu,, i - WW s u psa ia Con June inorniiiL' when the sunlight kis-r- s of the tilth. Had ho come to a in aniiouncomyselfa Candidate far the erncenfCir- - Taqnf, . It now fully organised and ready.for business with m u. v a m nf OlUtrt,. " kmstUt- f i.nOlULr OCIitS gress half a dozen years sooner than fie. the ro.-the couniv. I until tltey blush again. De- cmt IinIrrk for Lincoln my son, U'm.shall make who Non rnrn?)t s'tr S llurch, rac the interest nt Any ono Paid up Capital of - - $200',000. did, bo would be Speaker of that body troit Free Vrvw. safe lnvsnnt uowldilo r.se KhsviI.. will not be of the Constitutional age until a lew Arr K. .V O Iuwikis day after the neat November election. If I well to iHsestigai.. t a m ' j , ru 19,000. He was a success as chairman Surplus! . J Weekly payment as cnt ...Has inatlc mare llesssrlr n p m ,W a h should recei.e the noaiination, and be elected, A Model Boy. " MaWnervills- than s ncr cent, since unranitatvtsn. F.NahU men mysou willtlncharge the dunes ol the ollicc a ft ii p of the committee on Foreign Affairs, n Money to loan " CtrryttMt uf limitt-- means to secure a IsotM-SUCCnSSOK to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL a as ' tt p in We know n boy in who my deputy ana reccite all the emoluments. " I.ultlrll committee second only iu importance to on gootl real estate. HANK OK STANrORD, s p m vs a m IIUHCIt. 97 II I.DAKST, " IWiUt Snisi S. H. M1ANKS. sa m -j t 6 i m Now closing up) with the same assets and uud Ways and Meansand Appropriations. works an average of ID hours u day, for e II. C3. PARR IS. " Wuhbuisj I.S. . 11UI.IU.S.. t. 1 t , sj tne same management. v lol.im 7 4? p in i ' OaVwaN ,fc.S ... I.t ... A. (', Lanham IS. J .. at if cere IIMIIlll.ll, 10 4, a m By provisions or its chaiter, depositors, are a I, is no mere compliment to say ho which he get- - iM a week. Out of that John Castieman I II. IIAlir.HMAN. K1S. SltVKKANCK ' Clinch Rlvee 10 JC a in 7 47 p in fully protected as aie depositors in National made an able and efficient, even an ac-- u he supports himself, keeps himself sup" lassne Motiautw J V. PKYTON held Individually io 47 a in 7 5., , m Banks, its shareholder " TatuwiiH of the amount of their stock mi I 11 i m liablcto the extent implished, chairman of a committee plied with the best of professional books, l(JS. SKVF.RANCK, PresMent " Pa.ell Riser . 11 a m' $ 16 m therein at the par value thercol, in addition to the ' ArthMr mar act as upon which Clay anil Webster hail not and still leaves one tenth of his income J II IIAUOIIMAN amount invested In sach shares. It as rully as 4a m it S p m " llKiltq Snrlngs W. M. II It C.I IT. Tfeasrer. it a mt S $4 p m executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, " CktnbettjtHl Oa. considered it beneath their dignity to for charity and church. This boy s a m i s7 p in " MHdlcUio ""To those,'uho entrusted their buisiness to us S'rvoiu a subordinate IJ I) n'nj glliun capacity. Mc quietly, without disturbing anyone else I.ve Mlddlesto , National Bank ol noticktot,,,! pm while mnagitig the Lincoln Arr. Sunfanl Stanford, we we here tender our manv thanks and Creary has a life lease on his seat aud be- in the family, at or before breakfast. ts a ti "Lsssjlssllle their business they will continue to transact prompt - room, mist ;.ja in fore be is done with Congress he will make.- - the tiro in his mother'swith us, offering a a guarantee for For atiy liiforinallon as to rouirs. rates. elour twenty yean, experience in make the 8th district known from ocean goes down to bis store, open- up and n same, to banking andas liberal accommodations as arc conW A III He has never , Act ng (,ciil'.. , to ocean as the McCreary district f Ken- turns to his bruakfa-- t. ct sistent with sound banking. KnoMillf, Ictin C' hate opened la connection with my Hold, the . tucky. language, doe.-used profanity or iukectoks: nnd1 oAXOiKi OCLAolJjlliiAl AJN uottnuchadropor ardent J J. Williams, Mt.Vernou; Wo are requested to Gosuk.v. His spare time no tobacco. J.M. Hall, managers, that in regard to your Logan's Creek let' J.S.Owsley, Stanford; spent at home, or in the company of his A ter of last Friday week, as to aide track S.J. Kmbry, Stauford ;l . He U helpful to Commerce Biuldlllff, Louisville. E. Lynn, Stanford; Hayden, W. II. Traylor did apply to professional superior.-at First-Clas- s J. aL.ivcry:Slablc, " Agent throughout the South. A. W. Carpenter. Milledgeville; the railroad company for it and an en- the poor, ge.ierous to his mother audi li And oiler the services of it to the public llrand J. K.l.aughmaa, Hustoaville; up' gineer interviewed Mr. Traylor anil the sisters and liberal in his spendituir-.new , chicles and fresh blooded hrsr mate my J. F. Cash, Stanford; on his education, lint he lias no. one terms were agreed upon, and also added William Gooch, Stanlord, Ky. A TRIBBLB, Local AffOllt, siaoie compare witn Country. in Tho that a small station house could be built cent for elrong drink, or for immoral S.H. Shanks, President. hIA.MUKII.KV If.. 10 (j,t me a call. I.... - SIC3 Io ..:, IICTI J. B.Owsley, Cashier. aud a III .ll established, if five or P. V. (.KKI.N, Proprietor W. M. Bright, Teller his devoted to ,, employe's in teres. 8 us if AL HURNS, Manager bix iieignoiirs wisueu it, a an tuouct . . . . .. .. . II. lUughinan, General wt'ro "18 ou"' l,,', ",0 l'" JSCginiling Willi tlie icw car, it ment for some one to take care of the place. We don't think there U any the welfare of society. He honors Iiis is customary to form I1CW rc.SO.u-- ! ' prospect for a boom, tinles.- - one origi-- liU,ltr ",,u wenty mllcsthe Shortest to NATIONAL BANK times as one did in our neigi.uori.ood or pas, ,mtE . KY last fall, when the correspondent and OF STANFORD, When a man - too laxv to walk general credit system .inring been three brothers called on two of our around a mud hole, he should not be universally conticmncu by both, STANFORD, KV , Michigan Points, Chlcsgo, St. Louis, Cleveland. Detroit, Ilulfalo, handsome young ladies and proceeded commended for bravery in walking debtor and creditor as a curse to! Capital Stock Indianapolis and the west. to boom the place iu such a noisy and through it. Nc a England, our country, one of our young frro. 18,500 Surplus manner that the father apIf you wish to scald your husband or eery merchants has concluded that I'hls Hotel, renovated ami refurnished, Is now to the fact lUltiinorc, Philadelphia, Attention of the public is invited in Stanford, peared and dispatched them in short or- wife, as the case may tie, procure cold it will be wise and profitable to In my charge and intend to rondu' tit so a to Washington, Quickest time to Harrodsburg, Frankfort, Kv only National Bank that this is not only maintain Its high reputation, but to add der, and notwithstanding a Richmond, VIROINIA Short'tt and both himself and his customers to to its long list ol friends Special at. the provisions of the National Bank Act before using it. Under water and heat it s - capital (Juiciest line to secured not only dYnosit" for roniir.ciri.il travrlcrs and lino looms for lur an and intense darkness., 'li- - said that they To brood over the past ia to mibspenil steer clear of this reef that has thcdlspluy uf samplns. stock but bv the stockholder' liability equal t. the stock so that depositor. f made about as good time getting invn3' tlie ,r,i(,L.iit and to jeopardize the fu- - made shipwreck of .so amount many in $400,000 ,M Institution are secured by a fund off the bank as was made on any of the race tracks Solid Trains, baggage ear, smoking car and A First-Clas- s Saloon Five sworn statements of tho condition the past and at the same time offer CO tches, Pullman ltmiiiolr Sleepers through wit., the United States goyern-'- e lamyear. each o lie still lias boom on the i th.. man whim, hr.M.l i. such ... ,.Lt.to ,tr .xamlned at ".!., u inducements to his custom- And III! HARD and POOL ROOMS attached. out change ilirc i thatun oga, lliruiinghsm, Merbl i n iiiaking conuet ti.ins en route for Knot agent, thu sicunng.iddititonal mind and cannot tell anything straight JOSH'IIICOFFIa.V. buttered 011 both sides ers that they can not afford to buy Mile, Avheville, L. hburg and ; ml, in the 'TtS" r - ,r..s inong'.naily established as the Itl'MOIt. Insjttu .0... lleware of excessive concealment that their Groceries elsewhere. For ex in Deposit Hank of Stanlord o 1858, then Stanfiird in i55 and From Utrt at hand a corresnotuterit of provokes malkious'gue.-iinu- '. the N ational Hank ample he will sell you First National llanW of At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, W'llmiug Vlgr wealth is a repellant thing, but 20 lbs. Granulated Sugar forSi oo y an until tan, Charlestcii, Augusta, Macon, Savannah, Stanltnd in Wa. has had practical Utter supplied cdence estimated the vocabulary of a .it-- ! It is HriinsMtck, Lake City, I'liouiasviUe.iiid FLOH1 existence o(ia yc.tr izen of the United State- - with a common it is entitled at least to tho forbearance i oo DA point. now with lac.htie for transacting business prompt 23 lbs. best C Sugar long and school education and of ordinary Thn only line running oln! cstibu led trains with Iv and liberally than cur beforem its intelli- of vulgar poverty. corpor itipns, Pullman Itoiiiloir or Palace Sleeping Car to St honorable areer Account of respectfully Imagination and memory seem to'.con-spir- e 5 lbs. Choice Green Coffee... f oo gence and reading, at about 10,000 words and Individuals Augustine without change lor any class of firms S5 baggage. against some people by swapping 4 lbs. Arbuckle's Coffee aud that a well rend college graduate, Selma and .Montgomery, Huntsvillc, Decatur, Directory ol this Hank is composed ot 2 gallons best Coal Oil The 25 ..ICOTsV at critical junctures. Century who have pursued a nni- Florenre, Memphis and ARKANSAS points. miti of tho Stanford; F. J. Poster. Peaches 3 cans Slioittt.l jnd tui Lest to Auniston, Selma, Mo25 veraity.course, at from i.0,000 to perhpps Magame. lM Lincoln county ; bile lined connei lions made at ,NKV ()H Forestu Tomatoes 3 cans LEANS without omnibus transler for Onlvettoo 25 Hayden, Stanford ; 'J ita.,yin. One'.-- vocaniiiitry .- usually ' George Painter, tlie Chicago, wife 3 cans Itniikioil, Austin, Corn t ' SiH. llaughman, Lincoln; 25 compjeled at .10 years of age. ,f f but two Vernon; TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. i murderer, got a death sentence. j;' ' .j. Miller, .Ml Lincoln; And many other 'goods in like words are learned each day the vocabuThe jnly through line to Jackson and Vuksburg, S. T. Harris, A new trial lias been refused Tal'ton Miss, SbreveKrt La., iniikiiig direct connections A fine stock of Famlary at that age would be only I'O.OOO. J, S. HocVer. Stanferd; and he proportion. without omni'ius transfer lor Dallas. Fort Worth, Hall, the notorious . Lagkey, Lincoln; O Austin San Antouia, El Paso and pciintsm Records that young children ac- has been to be hangtid at ily Groceries and in Fancy Gro: T P. Hill.Stanfordj ceries, Fruits and Candies a disquire words more rapidly; than that. (Jiadeville," Va March II. TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. W. (5. Welch, Stanford., S For through rate correct county map and lul Indianapolis Sentinel. , W. P. Tate, Stanford ,i One Alabama farmer binned bin play that can not be surpassed! Havinir removed my Ilarber Snop to the Com information call nn Agent at J miction Citv. Kv. ""OFFICERS: a Come and. sec me, opposite Port-ma- mercial Hotel, I aut prhpared to accommodate la or address J h LEITII. aud then killed himself dies as well as gentlemen in anytning tney may Neat Dow, the origiual prohihition-i.-t- , crop of cotton Trav. Pass. Agt., Jmicilan City.Kv, . , S, Heicker, President; House. wish in my line. Children also waited on. Call D. O. EDWARDS, D....MILLF.R. and another dumped a wagon load in I . is declining fast. He is .SS years of johaJhM5RoJ.erU,Cahi.n n iui, jr.sar. niuiui-sun(',. p ,y T. A , Traflic Mangr., 1 the rivrr because the price was so low. D. A. McKInnev. Assistant Cashier age. Cinctcnao. a. semi-weekl- Dr. J. C. Ayer Mass. Co PRICE, customary privilege of discussing the merits of the measure; and a resolution was passed to the effect that your hum ble servant should draw on his own private treasury (which, by the way, also held all the republican campaign funds of your aspiring an ambitious subscriber) for tlie necessary cash to pay for the visits of a teacher that is leading all mv family to to to read Hut, poisonous democratic doctrine. then, I guess I'll have to bear it, to keep peace in the circle. So find enclosed my check for the amount aforesaid, ami stop my paper orly when I tell you to. MJos. Tkkahwav. Itespt., 1 y - cough and relieve the lunfs, effecting a permanent cure 'n a ery short time. 11c and 50c bottle for sale bv l)r M. I.. Bourne, Druggist and Optician. . Stanlord y, Ky. The best sahc in the world lor cuts, bruises sores, ukers, salt rheum, fover sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skit, erup lions and positively cures piles, or no pay require ed. It is guaranteed to ipvo perfect satistaclmc, or money refunded Price at cent per bos. sale by A R. Penny, Stanlord, Ky. . Many persons who have recoserrdlrom la grippe are row troubled with n pertMcnt cough. Chsm-beilai- n' Ctmseasy Comb Remedy will promptly loosen this Cough Following tho drip.. I'R WALTON, CASH - I Bucklln'B Arnica 3nlvo. II It. CAMNITZ. for Undertaker &Embalmer Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, Hustonviilo, Ky. full line cf Hi iiq Highest cash' market price "paid A Cfliis, Caskets, At hand &c, at M, ELKIN THE . 3ImiBr. KTOHTK -- TTEST, 111 PENNY, Dentist. 1 fotcw-arn- s raw-youn- g - Muck-(tni'- s lisll-t- .t - he Double Dally Trains JOHN - 1 1 - y thiieaa Br ! For Salo 1 I 1 39-i- re-ml- Twenty 3IiIHu;7 I.ols 1 ic-- lr-p- . S. . "a 1 i.r -'- -. - tiini , j I I ,. 1 1 I V -- It. , rjmtmWfir J. UIENEFEE, 1 M I.. . , ""smiiS iip' JAMES BAILEY - 4P, -- 1. k'Mn . , ipm 1 1 1 , I I " Farmers Bank& Trust r i- 4 3-- thing-march- ed i, - isii s 1,1 '- - 1. , es to-Ja- d . CI (iita 1 111 41 . 11. Si- - ,- 111 ; 4 . ri-- es ROYAL . . . iii 1 1 1 1 , I 1 1 Insurance Company. 4t, atten-tionf- to ,. LIVERI'OOL. TRAVELING PUBLIC. - -I ob-ce- no ,, r icriirTJir --? u.--es MYERS HOUSE, Best tho ' - w post-oliie- e IlllU-riliril- lO -- .t-- , Hook-Keepe- r. oi-'- yr "' - -- .,., , 1 FIRST m"!i: Rrflpr-Hnnc- I xS tC PORTMAN HOUSE '1 - S200,000 j JOSEPH COFFEYJPro'r. 1 New York, lioston, liail-H'ori- oinmoda-tiot- ...-.'- ga OTJW KIDEAKS, 1 j ri,.bv i'.-- s e c lidu-cian- cs olic-te- d. Barter w ' 'Hv-tion- s .. - 3-l- 1- Shop f I n ( t JESSE WEAKEN. , i . 3 f &