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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892022301 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. A. r, i ' "5 Semi-WeeklVOL. XIX. BARBOURVILLE, KNOX COUNTY. y Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 23.1892. HUSTONVILLE. NO. 102 -TIII .1 lowed snapping nt him till Ubtnncel. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY-Th- Mr. .Tninw tliiuti, lute of Texas, who lamps are again being lighted Mary. lone, of can't our leu'Waton ho prevailed upon 'regularly UninkB in viMtiti)! ft lends here, win in I'iueville turned home haturdav. . . Miss Minnie t. . to our city dads, but " to kivu at leait n Btnrter on a ilo-- i law. . the tirt of lnot week. the hog is still with us. , Urvo, of Hr.idfordiiville, arrived Saturday , . . . mp i ill ii iriA ui ill. iui.ni. i un u Dr. II. K. Ilerndon ia furnishing on a visit to ivlativea Andeison Hrown killeil a wild white Kentucky and make every owner re- - Bijuirrel, .V. llerll. II illil.l 11 IliiMI ,.ltli ril'lil Pllillilia , ...-- lim flnmln- l.nj t.n,.lit .1......H t.,,.,1. ,. Saturday. It goes into Taxi( Has just received a uu,! II III uiii till? llllllll. iiivu Mllivv ,.. ..., . ... . Ulllin sponsible for all ilfiinnues inconte.-tibl- y . .. . ... mi !.. dermist Melcon's collection. mum n unm uiure, wn srai .:.i.. .i iunn nuu ..1 Hllil Will lirutlllil eUtll'itl.lV tin. nil tii hw mil . lw. KiuiIk on the flheop of ..1 Ii. It. Kwell, of Faris Station, I um house, (oedlna In blank cheeks and cr ml ne ' ' lniot every nection are of frexnent c- informed, has bought from V. IJ. Catchhum to the mouth water- , , , , ., , out ing the J. I). Smith property, just below News came from WilliiimHburu tliat amazement of many of liin titiinfortii-.Mr- . Overalls, Jumpers, Extra Pants, the Methodist church, tor $1,500, the Mntt Moore, of tliat place, shot and 0(j frit.mtH ed to pay for every cur harbored. Mn-- I no-- ' C mortally wounded I5ob l.insey. the amount Mr. paid for it about a year Tlit 1iilieV Aiil Society spread one ny of us under cxintine laws feel it en ago. torious desperado of .lellico, nt .luck of their famous lunches at the Weather-oorotiuh- , cumbeiit to promote the bleeding of Merritt Whitt, aged S7, well-kncTenn. Wednesday evcniUK t.rford Hotel after the colic-- ' t entertain- - mongrels whom a small tax would conAnd Everything pertaining to Gents' Furnishing Goods. all over the county, died Fr'day vuy A "carpet tnukinu" the late-- t thin;;! K,t m received their usual liberal pa- vince of our absurd error. suddenly. He killed Iiig Hill Ch'e3tnut, out, wile piveii at the leeidence of Hon tronaKP, which nt their extremclv low Al chnrges. netted them nearly in this place, in tho early times of Lon S. II, DMiinan, Friday evening. 10, to he! LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. tlon'ri existence, hut for many years has though I was not present, I gather trom expended on their charitable works. 0n Whitc GooiU Embroideries, Laces, Handkerchiefs, Towels, Miss Lillie Cirant entertained the been a preacher in the Haptist church. a nice time. reports that everybody bail Tlinnks to the Cincinnati Cuuirer y.tur.l,.,. ,.!.. I, I i....in rM.ii. uiiiu, . I. J iiikiii. kins, T.ihle Linens, Lace Curtains, Oil Winds, &c. If you have for the Mihiablo information of Mrc If llllliri villi, Mim Klhi Kve, who has been tench-iiiof Hising Sun, Kev. 0. M. Keid preached at the Mr, Wan-ni- e near Krankfort for the pint four or Wanamakt-rfavorite colors. Ind, is here. Dr. Joe Yotunr was in not seen our Stock ot is reputed authority on cheap cloth- Ilaptirit church Stuidav morning and town Sunday from Lily and will soon five months, returned home last week. Hon. S. II. Kash.of Manchester, was in ing, mid iinw Mrs. Wannie ban indicated evening. return to make his future home. Law-jcr- a A party of young people from this town Thurduy mid Friday. Ii. P. Doiin the proper colora to all who scheme for Alcorn, of Stanford, Craft of Louisplace a ill attend the Patti concert lit ville, ami Dick admission to exclusive circles of snobs. was in liiidou Fiiday. Howling, of Middlesboro, on the Jth. Heferrinj; to the joint discussion bewere in this city last week. XnlwithMundinc the unpropitious Louisville A petition is being circulated Also remember that we detween the democratic and the republi- wonther, a crowded audience enjoyed John Laws hinted the other day Comr; at once and sec goods and prices. to the trustees requesting tliat I fy competition in SHOKS. All our goods are new and choice and can clubs here, last Mondnj night Hint he would like lor me to mention the excellent entertainment given by the mid in my letter of Friday that -- onto pupils of Christion College at the church hoard to pass n law prohibiting hogi to tliat ho was making some line photowill be bold as low as can be bought in any market. "ratlin' " Hpceches weie made by W K. Fr'nlay uvening. The peiforinnuccn wero run at huge on the streets. graphs. As John has done tne several If some of thofte who are piesumed Illack, A. F. Madison and other.--, but fully up to the high standard for which kindnesses, I give him this notice and to know everything and who bos ba-the printer pa it "rotten." but my "oV that institution has always been cele if lie will subscribe for the Ixtkiuok generally loik like "a's." to those who ball clubs and political conventions JoLitX.vi. I will give him another. brated, vhi"h is ,vu ai",m" 'oru,,u ol Ull,r wm afThe IsTKitloit .Joi'iiN M. is Mitmht deferred to the inclement weather whut. om Jack Mcliee, our architect nnd " tlevitiiK wins and means to destroy builder, bin sold out his nf Itarbonrville's thev miM.1 by not attending. ter and read by many property to there In a pretty eood -- The initial copy of the Danville r'"'. r,,aolu'8' ",0,es I'otato h"s ,,ml James Adams, colored, of Clay county. citizens and while they would he more useful- - He will leave about humlle comes to this place, there Deinocrat is a credit to the Kentucky the liret of May for ' eiiiiioyi ami in me same ume ieu- tlie to be not enoui;h for all, so they borrow prcHH. it'id it- - nintter ami make-up- , Owenaboro, where lie will work on the fmm the regular subscribers, and wihmi work of ihmv men at the business, as-- 1 ""ring the public gome service of which Custom House to be erected there. "Old there is JHure it o rapid ruili to the front witli the1 thuy might be justly proud, I get through with my paper Sport" will he missed by those who often -- Mr Oeorge Denny, Sr., who euilercd need n first-clasready with, "I.em me .suite's best weekliuft. Hut for generally some. .ne During the year 1892 I shall keep constantly on carpenter, as well as by ) Htmke of paralysis a few ilii)H ago, ie, ins many friends. aii ft? llrfj . I a moment, plea-e.- " be taken as hand a full and complete res every earmark would -! see that SlUUlv UI IMi- at this writing, much improved. Mr. J. l: Junes. John Vanaiimker'H,l.i.i,ii,1". ,,f vi.K.i.m ..rvii... in tlm -- mih-. There has recently been an extraorlor J. it. Marts was lure Saturday aud dinary inclination to mischievouaness local representative hero, telU me hi" tout and at the imposing stone, will build on his vacant lot in tin! It In Nui Itutluufonl's fortune to Sunday looking after the interests of displayed by some of the young boy.s in burnt district, some time tills spring ori (ml n,ore nultir.il curioitl.- - than any of tlie Central Ueeord Miss I.i.zie Simp- town. .Man Steele was nil in the ear summer. Mr. Joins may build a' brick us neighlMirs, aud he now has an inter- - son is vhiting Miss Hessie Marksbury. witli a large Irish potato, which brought htiucture uml it is hotel that he will for fntuig freak that ho Intel v found in pith Mif- .Iiilict tilll will Iav- thi'i week to blood, while passing a congregation on in ert ng II re woo. I After cutting n sumll visit her aunt, Mm. Dr. F.lkin, at Allan- - a corner, and C. II. .Moses was egged at this site i one of the must My stock of ' town and should is- sntttUiiitially cov elm, on trimming up he discovered a ta. Miss Mary Annie Wilmorc has re the same place. Something will happen ercd sproi.t alxMit thi' siae of ins thumb, turned to iter home at Xicholasvillc. to one ot those youngsters some of thebe JEWEI-RT- f icferring to tin- - coming ront.st v, ,,h.h M.t out n.-i- r th.t -Iun.ninl. and af- - ltolnrt Salter was in town Saturday days and they won't be able to tell what Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers of for a republican nomlnati..n for Congre T. W. Olds haves for Nich- t(r a urow tJi ((f ,s iMd (r ,t.rtSi ,,., i.itlusdlstiict, tl dltor of the .News j.eeti engrafted int.. the body, making ; olasville, vhc.e he will engage in theun- - it was. prompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas I leiiiu that IJeid and Dickinson, ,.i tliis plsce doc- - not seem to know that W1I iplele Tl.t.nlv, handle. in charge. lei taking business. Howard CJaines. of who A. R. PENNY. were arrested for robbing Creed Dauon llierenre iinv other iiilldUliits ill til Frankfort, was here Saturday. Missis How land, escaped from MIh Annie Hilhi is viMtiug her sisthe guards at tield hut Hon. D. U.Colson, of Hell. I ffi.r Mni filMi. Vil iiiiutl.ti Jennie Faulkner. I.i..ie Walker and Mil- Manchester and ate still sit large. The A. C. SINE lu.tir fI'lll-ll-. J. N. ME.VEKKK , Col. Silas Adau.s, of rouM name Matan l.usk ate visiting in Danville. nvm MUs Agnes ItlllVs has just proof is said to have been conclusive. and Hon. John Nell, of Ad-i- r. t(l0.wwkH. vIhU to .MH. ter (.ieoige and Miss Mugcnia Dunlap The pmpeity was all recovered in a tllriwl WiUon, on. n.esent representative, who ; wfl. , Wich. have returned to Camp Xclson. safe, which had been carried oil", the , have already announced then intention j Major Harter, of the F.uglish lioyal contents not having been touched. M loST jvj iiiiiikivi , oi nsKin nil now is .in" lives in tills neighborhood. Mr. Ku- - Mngineeis, is in this country nosing At the debate at the court-houssuch gooti men as .iiiokh i im-ui' dolph is a piomiuent railroader of that around mid trying to tiud out as much Thursday eveuinv, in which "Art and Hon. W. H. Kainsey, of biniel, city. Mr. Jackson VanArsdell, and wife, its possible about the military and naval Nature" was the chestnuttv llavored Hon II. F Fiulev. of Whitley, Hon. W. .f VanArsdell, Mercer county, weio resources of the Tinted States. The subject, each Hpeaker, on both sides, W. Jones, ot Adait, Mr. Trimble and here last Friday and Saturday visiting government authorities lire not showing Rough and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Moulding, Brackets Judge Denton, oi Pulaski, all f whom Mrs. Thompson at the college. MNs him many favors in the way of impart- mentioned the Mammoth Cave. One side spoke on its grandeur and beauty, of and any ol whom spok.-and Verandah Work have been Naomi Forsy the, one of Harrodsburs's ing information outside of what he can and the other took the opposite. hen I to learn of be- I 1 would not be surprised Miss Hud in the published oH'uial report-- . it came to Fred Faris, being young and belles, arrived Saturdax to visit ing announced Possibly these precautions are unneces- the lirst address he had ever made, he Fannie Lee Harper. -' The leathered orchestic was at re-- ! sary, and it would do no harm to let him said that he didn't know much about The residence of A titwn.i.ii. The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. Hundley was insuie-- l foi fl.oOO and the heais.il hist Saturday morning as if in see as much as he can of our ability to the subject, but thought all the speakers furniture f"i J7lK) in the .F.tna. Hill derision of the groundhog's prophecy, tike care ol ourselves in the event we had "run the Mammoth Cave in the OHlcc Hansford, the negro who robbed Abe hut the old man's limit hasn't been are ever attacked. There is no danger ground." A pretty good thought for a was found uilty iache. and wedeem it prudent to still of our getting into a war if wo onlv small boy.f Smith's smoke-housbeen sent to ' ,RVe a few loose backlogs lying mound, j keep ourselves in the rightaud the nioie hail twice and as lie WLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. the iH'nilentiary the verdict carried a Ptti may have been a greater treat to the outside world know of our resourcis life sentenre with it. The Ijulies of i,cr (,jty auditors than our ojicra would. the less likely are thev to provoke a (Juitc a number of farmers in town liitiM will ive, at huttliJusofcw of the city folk are fa ittarrel. Trinity The hustling advertisers of "War- - Saturday and they leport spring work Opera House, on Thursday miliar with any hut canaries and Mug the Danville eh. A) I I. rolHincncllll! at S lish sparrows. It was well worth a win- - tier's Safe Cure" are keeping their nos- - progressing nicely. ..v.mnie Our municipal vleetion takes place .t ,. . ti..' .( iliKfiitiilitiitis nf sleet. hIiisIi- and 1 Hi til nrotiiiiientlv before the public by o'clock, atiothei ot their delightful v on the lirst Saturday in March and the H. coin 10 near me ami Htennv eiilertiiiiiiiieiits. cxuiutui crecemius 01 claiiuiin: that the cause of Spurgeon s (i.Kox sold for Mock Hros.. the two- - ome of the little fellow-- ) that seem de- - death wn the refusal ofj his physicians candidates are shaking hands around vearold colt, Sinchdi. by lied Chief, termitiud to have a heariin.' as well as toallow the "Safe Cm e" to he adminis- with tlieir friends. A closely contested iir their more sonorous fellow worshippers tered to him, untwitlistaiidiuglhis urgent race is expected for the judge ami niai-slidam by Messenger Chief, to places. That the age of juvenile heroism did request to that cil'ect. These venders of nard, of Martinsville, Ind f..r ?S"0. Key. Johnston closed his meeting at innot expire witli the hoy who is iiniuor-tali- patent right medicine never tire.lin Advocate. ventions to induce peop!eto read of the the Haptist church, Friday night, with by the poet author of Ciescent Houte Agents of Queen is sliown by the lieroic lldelity to wontleiful niei its of their remedies and '': additions. He returned to his home Kid. J. A. nnd Louisville Southern K. II. will sell trust of little Milton McCnnnack, who tlieir ingenuity is usually coupled witli at Childsburg. Saturday. something g tickets at reduced rates for the follow-in- bravely stood over his baby sister in her a vast amount ol cheek. It; is reported Carr preached at the Christian church Has many imitators, but no equal. Don't be deceived by said to be as good. Uuy the Oliver and you will have the best. I Sunday morning and evening. nccaeiotis. cradle in obedience to his inainina's com- that at the funeral of a young man, an Kepublican State Convention, Louis- mand, throughout the excitement of a invitation was extended to any one (irnuville St. John died at the home am the only agent here and extras bought elsewhere are bogus and will not give satisfaction. Prices reduced on both Plows and Repairs. March :50. ville. desperate stiugglo to extinguish it blaz- present who desired to do so, to make of his son inlaw, W. II. Clark, Saturday Patti Opeia, Louisville, l'eb.Lti. Tick- ing toof. Take an inventory of your any remarks character of morning at " o'lock of pneumonia. He the ets on sale at Q. & C stations in Ken city's households, and how many child the deceased. A stranger aiu.se anil said was about sO years of age and had been lucky, Lexington to Juction City, and less couples can you count who would that lie had learned from the acquain- n consistent member of the Haptist nil stations on the Louisville Southern cheerfully exchange hopes and ambi- tances of the deceased that he was high-l- v church for about ."0 years. Hurial took lailroad. esteemed in the community and his place on Sunday in the new cemetery. tions for Mmnietts ability to claim a Mo-bilMardi linn at New Orleans and boy whose loyalty to a mater- loss would be deplored by all who knew Dr. P. A. Pennington lias been to (LATK ALKXAN'OKK'S HOTEL, Ala., Teh. "0, '27, li.s ami Ml. Tick-et- s nal charge was paramount to life itself '.' him. "Ami in this connection," said Harbourville visiting his brother. Mrs. March l.V nood to return until Who can imagine the emotions of tho.-- e he, "1 will iuy that IJant the agent of a Dr. Hull'man, of Woolridge Mines, & C. route Call on any agent of the paients on'returning to the nursery af- celebrated hair lestora'.ivc that I am Term., spent hist Thursday witli Mrs J. or Louisville Southern railroad for fur- ter the (Ire wits put out to Hud tliat lit ready to furnish to any one present who L. Whitehead. Miss Iaura Hrock spent i 1 ... sprtngHeld, te-- , Hopeofn whipping post law is dead, but i, 11 ....... . ' 1 1 1 liit-iur- t ..." ' 1 five-doll- ar jj, NEW CASH STORE New Stock of Clothing, : : J j . SHIRTS, DRAWERS, UNDERWEAR We Still Wear the Blue Ribbon j wn A i s Scotcli Homespuns, French Suitings, Black Dress Goods, &c, e- J. S. HUGHES. A. R. SISS?. I PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER, ! s , . dmble Drug's and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. ToiletArticles Glass, Books, . 3 ! n W itTCHES, CHOCKS & (j,. to-da- y Cse; , ,,,,, ,,,,,,, re-D- r. ..... SINE & MENEFEE, DEALERS MD -- e, SESH,- DOORS WOVEN BLINDS. ' WERE AND SLAT FENOX. and Yard Depot Street, ! ... Stanford, Ky. e, e ' The Oliver Chilled Plow Kpl-cop- nl' inn-ut...- v li.ei al ml rotu-ernin- J. B. FOSTER. e, THE WIIXA ID e, tl ther information. u McCoum.ukb. Miss Mary 1). Caiter, one of our most accomplished young ladies, now taking a Normal couise at Institute, is at home to spend the JJd and take in Hie Christian College entertainment. She, is 11a ipanied by Miss Nettie one of her n lovely little brunette, of LouisHutton. ville, who graduates at Mlliott, in .lime. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wolf nice Mits Jennie Coslty.ot Dululh, Minn., have arrived at .1 unction City and will spend !..,, weeks witlnelatives in lloylu and X Lincoln. ,. Vyoitim lady wants to know how to ..!. n.it ..,,.!..,. not- etltiUSU "to. of the icrtril It lJ "enough." That is easy It is done by tranminsini' tilt- - letters and arranging Take the :'.d. L'd them in two words nnl mill tiniin--antl 1st letters ior .l... 11 ti L'd aud tlth, Ith and oth letters lor the is not enough you have something that for any young lady. T, J. Sullivan has been appointed Uurol county. postmaster at tt school-mates- t 111 ...... - ! tle hero alone beside the cradle, tears desiies the same at the reasonable price Hooding his cheeks, when he exclaimed, of one dollar a bottle. Shako well " " At this juncture lie was stopped by the thought I would he burnt up, Such an incident as the cieatiou application of a sharp toed; hoot, vigorof a writer's imagination would stir to ously applied to his caudal extremities, ell'crvescence the most callous heart, hut whL'li caused hitn'.to decamp in a manan actual exhibition of such Spattau loy- ner more liaotv than dignilied. alty nt tills period ol" universal inbred C. Ii. Cummings, ntJSavunnan, (.in.. selfishness, eclipses the most thtiiiing Win. Smith at Uretua. La., aud Lehman deed ol soldier or patriot Ii seems ilmt the Liberty nike is the lat Custer City. S. D., were executed thoroughfare chosen by nearly every Friday. Tho lirst two were negroes, the rabid dog that runs amuck in this end. latter a white man. CtiiniuingH acted Ayearagoaseverelossof cattloand hogs, in an intensely dramatic inannei, just be'fel sevend ttiriueiu along that road in before being led out. He walked up and ,i..,tiw uiii.h t'.illowed a mad di.-- s bites-- down the long corridor of the jail with a m0nths as.'., the taieer ol a rabid military air, singtn-.- ' hymns in a voice so li.miiil wns tiri.eil from near here he - loud as to be neurit lilouks away. In yontl Liberty in a wholesale mortality to bidding his fellow prisoners good-bypuunacious curs tliat prooked a snap by Cuiniuings iinVle up ajshort doggerel to their attacks; and ton days ago a horse- - suit each case. His religious entliusi-uinwas chased itH) yar Is by an enor- -! asm wuh almost uiauiacnl and ho died minis dog wliieli he met about a miles with the lielief of going straight to out from town. The monster equated ' heaven. J. J. Hall, Joe Morrisjaml Kate Lee, himseif thieatingly on near approach of the rider, and though given a wide berth tho Danville lire bug, hav been indict-mad- e n spring for the man's leg and fob f ed by tho grand jury. 'I mam-ma!- . t ....... -- e u Saturday aud Sunday at London, her Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Houshome. Capt. I'd Arthur was at home a LOUISVILLK, KY. part of last week. Mr. Arthur spends W. R. LOGAN, most of his timo at Flat Lick in the lumA. W. Jones, J J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, 'Clerks. ber business. M. A. Moore, sherill" of Whitley county, shot ami seriously wounded Hud Linsey, at Jacksboro, Tenn., last Wednesday. Mr. Moore was there on j business, hut Linse thought he was j there to go before the grand jury as a witness against James Ilollingswirth, who killed Tom Kurton, some time ago. j Linei walked up behind Moore und stiuckhiiu with a pair of brass knucks, knocking him down, an as he was ris ing Moore draw liiR pistol and shot tis'e times, two of them taking ell'eut, one 111 and for the lace ami one in the breast. Lust re ports siy that Linsey wtll lecovcr. Lin-sCiutnrlacumi Colic, Constipation. "CaitorU b M well adapted tochlMrfn Uiat Sour Slimiucli, Diarrhira. Knu'tutlon, is a Deputy U. S. Marshal under the I rrcommfiiil itaakuperiortoaiiy prescription Kllla Woruu, j;iea hl.vji, and irunotrti UU II A Anniicit. M. D.. 1...,. iX i, ' present administration. Without lujurious medication. Ill So. Oifonl St., Urookljn, N, Y, The governor of Texas has called a Tub Ck.ntar Company, T7 Jturray StrrC. M. Yspecial term of tho legislature to con vene Mar. 1 i, to elect a U. S. Senator and transact other specified business. THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Rates $2.50 Per Day. Managor. d H it:l-it.;I- ' j 1 ' ' Infants Children. e - O J " 4 If maAaj O'V Henrietta Hamilton, colored, known ATTexarkana, Ark., Saturday, 5,000) entMgpd in a deed that makes j to bo 111 years of age, is dead at Mid-th- e people cruelty and horrors practiced in way. The bill providing for n settlement the dark a?ee wuy to be believed, hi I Stanford, Ky., February 2o, 1892 Cov. a mulatto, outraged a white mar of Virginia's St ite debt has been passed Hames, Hand Saws. ried woman, and on being identified by by the Legislature. At Cecilian, Coon Kurtz, aged 14, Morse Shoes, a mob seized him, and taking him Key Hole Saws, her, W. Horse Shoe Nails, outside the town, tied him to a tree, stabbed John Lewis Gooro to the heart. Axes. Hatchets, 1 Iammcrs, saturated his clothing with coil oil, Kurtz's elder brother, , George, and Horse Hrushes, By a vote of 3 to 1, Gen. Hen.lriek vo- piled fnggols around him and when' all Goore were lighting and the former was Jirnccs, Hits, Curry Combs, ting in the negative and Auditor Norman wis ready, the woman with her own getting the worst of it. Hog Ringers, Drawing Knives, not beinj; present, the Sinking Fund com- hind applied the match that Bet the was The Chinese exclusion Spirit Levels. Hog Kings, missioners removed Capt. Mike Kolnn, agre. The negro writhed and howl- about to lapse by its own limitation. A miss Planes, Mattocks, Steel Traps, warden of the penitentiary, and ap- ed in horrible agony for 10 minutes, bill to make it still stronger and to exShovels, Spades, Mouse Traps, pointed Assistant Secretary of State S. A. while the mob laughed and jeered at tend its operation for 10 years, lias paes-eKorks, Hay Knives, Sand Paper, i Norman in liia stead. The vote him, then all was over. The excuse of the United States Senate. Trace Chains, Lap Kings, Repair Links, unanimous to suspend Deputy Warden the mob for resorting to this horrible Death revealed the fact that Henry A Mice line Cutlery. Rope, Twine, Dog Collars. S. O. Xunn, of Eddyville, who recently form of death is that hanging has not Armstrong, who died at Chattanoos;.', idiot Z. T. Montgomery, superintendent deterred the brutes from such outrages aged 00, was in reality a woman and ac MoKIira-iETSfor Mason, Foard & Co. Gov. Drown as this oue committed. In avenging a ' cording to an old diary her name was of the remov crime, however, it has left a foul blot on Mvrn huwrencp. She served as a sol- - all AinCream of Tarter Ha ing l'o der Hi;lwtiReRives as his reason for urging C S l.otrrnincnt lessening Mriuiglh port, Auj;. r, iSSv. al of Bolan is that ho was brutal to pris- its section that can not soon bo wiped tlier in the Confederate army. oners, especially to one Tankeraley, n out. Two wrongs do not mako n right, Tho Tennessee Mining Co., which . -ninii, whom he Had lump and two crimes do not make their pet mused all tho trouble in Kast Tennee-r- e ' KEEP YOUR EYE up on a boanl by his hauls and strap- petration any more ereditpble, even if by working miners with convicts, will ped on his naked bark 89 times. Others one N done under the guise of pretended j employ white free miners on tho ON siy that the real reason for the bounce is justice. erative plan. This will restore pence in hat Dolau took an active pait in raising nit.u.mt IN- once more. It is with pleasure that we not- - the the mountains families of negroes arriv he mob at Independence for Clay and 100 About resumption of the "In and About Kenf obtaining tin recognition of its deleed at Nw York Sunday from the Inditucky" column in tho Courier-Journa- l. gate at the State convention. intending to emigrate to It has long been one of its most enter an territory, Liberia. Having been deluded by a Xew York World is of the opinThe taining features and under the charge of ion that if Congressman Fitch's bill to Mr. A. Y. Ford it has taken on addition- statement that they could get free from New York, they sold all their publish the pension lists is passed, they al interest. property to raise money to reach the can be purged of all pretenders who are Round-hous- e, Undkr the heud of "Newspaperdom," city and are there destitute. securing money from the government by the Ottenxboro Inquirer is getting up a An estimate bnsd on the woolen fraud and rascality, but we fear the pamighty interesting column, especially to imports of 1S91 shows that the Springer too sanguine. The plan was tried per is pencil shovers, even if it does get freo wool hill would lemove au annual before, but if any fraud was ever kicked the r ' 3 after some of them with a sharp stick. T. burden in duties nlono of $'2t,0 18,18.5, to out, it escaped our notice. There is no ft X I" say nothing of the great saving it would n doubt that a large part of the vast THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. u make to consumers of American manu0 appropriations goes fraudulently to U The Hou-irefused to cut down t he factures. who were ft men not entitled to it to men "Aunt Betsy" McKay, born in 1TMI not soldier?, tn men who have .suffered mileage of members from 15 cents. The new Hodbel lottery bill, emer- and married in 1S0S, died yesterday at no disabilities, to men whose claims OR have been fraudulently conceived and gency clause and all, passed tho Senate her homo in Taylomille. Two years o'der than the government of the Union pressed to allowance by ehysterinp pen- '22 to 0. The Legislature observed Washing- and six years older than the State of sion agents, but the thing has become x Kentucky, she lived to see the introilue 0 Huch a matter of course that nobody ton's birthday at an expense of over tion of steamboats, railroads, telegraphs to the taxpayers. makes any fuss about it any more. In STA1KMKNT OK THK telephones, electrical lighting and loco- A bill making it a felony, punishafa.ct it twins to bj the general underB,'J.'-- - 9 J, J-- -, A.,..;,i standing that no matter how much the ble by imprisonment for from 1 to 5 motion, and pretty much every otliHr i..,i-f- l. "" "u""'"a rmj iN.Uvi.stMi years, lor a person to draw or attempt to scientific mechanical appliance, without treasury is robbed in this way, it is all would right. use n deadly weapon "in a crowd or pub-h-e which the present generation STAN! OKI), KV , hardly look upon life as worth the assembly" is before the Hous . O Hue in I'jintrt lUnk . Trust Co will on Jan, Tjir free silver coinage advocates in Times. Harvey Myers' bill to iuereaiu the Of tho above CKLKHRATKl) hHOKS. Congress seem determined to carry their At Syracuse, N. Y., a oung robbi r speaker's p.iy $3 a day was pronounced Issue Another Series of Stock. point, even if it split the democratic par btarded a special train on the NVw York ty wide open. It is a question on which by Attorney General Hendrick against :n Any one seeking sifn lnetttnent v.ould provides that no Centra' road, and while the train well lo investigate. the party is hopelessly divided and to the constitution, whichfrom Weekly payments s cents Has made mere money Bhall he drawn tho treasury going at full speed ho shot tho Americountry on the eve of than S per cent. u v organuatton. Knahles thrust it upon the except in pursuance of an appropriation can's express messenger of tho "money" of limited meant to secure home. Money lu ntn lfan a presidential election seems to be to incar. He held the trainmen oil" with a on mxi real csiate. S it SHANKS, II J.DAKST, vite defeat. The suggestion that action made hv law revolver and when Lyons was reached, II. C. KAKKIS. I. S. Ml.tillKS, On all Wmkr Goods, w, A TRIMIUi. ho deferred until tlio national convenN. NEWSY NOTES. ran to an engine, drove on" the engineer I. it. IIAUC.IIM, os.Vkvi:rank tion has defined the Btatus of the party was pursued J. K. I'KYTON Tho Spring Hill distillery, at Frank- and turned on steam. He oa the question ought to be accepted by by another engine and when caught up JOS. SKVKRANCK, PretMriit. tho advocates of free coinage, who fort, has been cold to Mr. John Cochran, with, opened tire. Leaving the engine J II. HAUCIIMAN .Vc y; W. M. Itltir.llT. Trrn-.reshould shelve the issue and strive alone of Louisville, for $29,230. escape across the counlie attempted to Dr. V. W White, of Bowling Green, for the present for a reduction of tariff try, but ran into a swamp, where he was CloaJts taxation. The democrats are thoroughly killed himself because ho thought he caught. He would not give Ins name. united on that issue and will present a was irretrievably in debt. cost. The lower House o( the Mississippi solid line of battle. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Thlt line ttddlc ttallioit will male the icjton of Wc have stock a Roodjassortmcnt of the Hucher & Giblcr's Legislature has pas3ed a bill creating a i&)al our uble one mile wot or McOormaiAt Ths cigarette, insignificant though it a new county to be named Jeff Davis. ewes and lambs. S. chuieh, Fon Salk. Imperial Plows, THK Plow of the day. Call and examine our Plows he in appearance, is not too small to enAt Covington Ilichard Gray, who M. Owens. At $10 to Insure a Living Colt, and get prices befon yon buy. Fihst-clasgage the minds of our National clover seed for sale. A. killed Stephen Grogan for ruining his Titl wcaniDc time; cult Undini: cootl until con who are called on to consider a daughter, was acquitted of the charge of Camenisch, Turnersville. St money II paid, mare parted with foifeit Iniu bill to increase tho tax on them from 50 murder. Many Georgia farmers are dropping ranc money. and 1'cdicrre lit- i a dark bar, Description I5J, hands hih, ery heavy cnta per 1,000 to 110 per thousind. TIih The Now York State democratic the culture of cotton for that of tobacco. upheadedanu carrie liimicirman and tail, game, very gracefully and object of it is to make the poisonous convention me' yestarday. Homo raised clover seed, seed ohIh in fact hit rider h ttandt without a er in Senator Central Kentucky us things too costly for children to buy and Hill's supporters claim 37 of tho 384 fresh milk cow for sale by W. II. Mur- (tandliij; lu btfinc handled a taddlrr. .Vol with only three wtcl, whenhn went lame and wj turned out, he wtmld in that way stop in some degree the use delegates. t phy. defy all competition of them. During 1801 not less than 100 P. P. Nunnelley bought of Herrin, lie wa ireil bv Second Jewel, thf famout pre rhe whaling hark Tamerlane, of ' i he by 11 persons unner m years oi ag ...eu irom yan FnmciBCOi was wreckei on" the coast of Kockcadtle, a bunch of butcher stulf mium hotte, DcmnaikCunningham's Jewel, he liy Washington DKAt.ICK IN- tt dam l.lllie, lirrd by Stonewall Jackann, another premium horse, he by effects of smoking the of the Sandwich Islands arid IS of t he at 2c. Washington Denmark, he lilack Denmark, etc. cigarettes, the Btornachs of the deceased crew were drowned. C. Vanoy has sold to Jerry Briscoe :d dam by Ulclicfc, h by br Imp Olcturv, ami so on. jd dam by I'oni llal, out of Copperbotlwm. in most cases having been found to con'lhrt Wyoming Supremo Court has his lambs to be delivered June 10 at 5 Look for a mumrnl and observe the crot-othis horse, and jiiu will sec that he l backed up tain acid, phosphorous and be cent. sontenced the boy, Charles Miller, to by Sam Warner, of Missouri, sold to lookthe best strains of n.iddlc slocka in the land A 'which go largely into the manufacture hanged April 22. He murdered two NK.1TI.V at him will he sufficient and liberal patron PROMPTLY DONE. Smiley, of this county, 4 Montana mares Ke n very kindly soluiicd. of such paper. young men from St. Joseph, Mo. Mares kept any way mi liberal term, hut not fcaT'All work wtrr.inted. Fine Watches a Specialty . for 450. responsible for accidents, h jiiM any otiur Five trains of congressmen, dip! Tub Court of Appmls has again enJ M CARTKIC. Jit William Moreland bought of A. Q I will take old jjold or silver in and journalists went to Chicago exchange for good-- ; dorsed the now constitution, this time Belbrey, of Livingston, Tenn., 28 head from Washington Friday to see how the n an appeal by a murderer, who claimHUSH, of cattle, at 2Jc. ed that he was not properly indicted, World's Fair buildings are progressing. Karnes & Co , of Mouticello, sold to In a collision at tho Belt crossing at 12 instead of 10 men having found tho AGENT, various parties in this county a lot of REAL Indianapolis, Thomas Habley and true bill. The court decides that the mountain cattle at lj to 2 cents. George were killed while stealing Ky. eonstitution is superior to the statutory J. W. Olus'sold to K. J. Fisher, of I ' on t" of the liis' Four Jaw existing at the time of its promulga-- 1 " n..,. il.tr ,! I KMS lor salt l the have bushels of wheat at very lioat.line a Buena Vista, It umIsim loiini) tion and it became va'id and operative mail car. ) '1 lie v Farms me all well improved ami vjoml ' . )J cents at the garner. Lancaster - fioui y in jo A. re Spokane, Wash., have Citizens of rich laiiua, running ill in all respectH from that date. The inlhci Kalny, their rtchNesH ami fr Cmsxlcrins strument should now be alio. veil to rest granted to tlio Great Northru r.iitronl It is reported that in Northwestern tuny ui roil ihuoitivctiivnctiuf turnpikM and rail Is Receiving His rMfs that hniit market ri(ht to our dsr, they full right of v.y through the centre of Mipiu-Mttand all law abiding men should seek to and the Dakotas not les than are he tr tti.n ihe Lansls i,f n other insnty m ' that city over private property worth 30,000,000 bushels of wheat re still in the St t Ttiete is star, elj Farm iu the conn . give it an honest snpuort. ty our s miles fi..m a ot. several millions. The road will be ex- stacks. 'ihe count) is iheikcd with turnpikes riir.nnij inevcry ilirecti' n There n not a public road rn Thk C. & O. has taken possession f tended to Seattle. W. F. Kinney, of Clark county, teririj; tile .ouiity sent that M nut Mai.aJiunii'.l the N. N. M. V. from Huntington to The fiist pissenger train over the sold 13,557 pounds of tobacco, raised We base the Knox wile llr.uicli ol the I. .V N It Goods Warranto 1 i ! a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. K. dividing the Irom Kast to Lixington and President Ingalla announ- Itichmond, Nicholaaville, Irvine and near Clintonville, to George Jones of C. S. K K from touiity to M.iuh; the U'e,i and the K C.K K .North ces that L. F. Sullivan has been appoint- - Beatty ville railroad to enter, Irvi ne Bourbon, ; for $1,335.70 -- an average of Irom this place to Cincinnati, crusting ihe C k O at Winchester, ciiK full access to the markets ee auditor; Epes Randolph, superintend- - crossed the new bridge over Kentucky $193 07 per acre. the whole world. Ileaides, we lime three larne us Flour Mills in that market ent and Chas. L. Brown, general freight river Saturday. Tho road iiiht saved the The Mt. Olivet Advance says two for all our train the county home, give the adevelop right at and ... ...w.... ...... and passenger agent. The two last nam- ?30,000 subscription of Estill county by firms nt Kentontown handled $2,100 m.ri, fit ill., mminljiii ra.uln.tt. nl lf..i..ni Him.l '' w, a. m.. ......v. Kentucky bv lailro.ids nnd the out- ed have held the positions very satisfac- the skin of its teet wortli of rabbits the past season and es- let Antitn ty raiiruaila nas created sin.h u demand for all kinds. of Moveuiler that torily for some time. It is said that a quarry of marble timates that $5,000 worth was shipped scarcely retain cereals and home consumptionwrcan STANFORD, KV enough lor i'he eople are prusperoii., genernus and kind, has been discovered in Virginia rivalling from the county. liclieving in Cliriiliamty ami edue.uioii. There Thk new Danville paper saya of itself: the famous Numidian marble, which is The crowd was fairly good at is not a neighborhood in the oiiiity hut tuna utterances of the Democrat aie "All the Thof-fcold gcod churih and l(mi)I house Lincoln, the finest in the world and which is court yesterday. Stanford, the county seal of u a pros, guaranteed to bo inspire! by pure dem permit little city of about ,yi tnhab (ants and It 100 cat dug out of deposits in Africa at great brought from 2 to 31 cts. About the great doorway from the North and Northocraey, "straight goods, all wool and a cost of time and labor. Prof. Fava is an tle on the market. Horses dull at $30 to east south and from the Northwot to Southeast, yard wide," without the slightest lean-- 1 Of Staple and Fancy- aianuing as u uues gaiui'j rigru lino me expert geologist and his statement has $L'5, mules $70 to $152. Business fair. ami of the undeveloped mountains ofSoutheastern ing to republicanism, mugwumpery, a Kentucky backed the whole lllue (,r.i oused a great deal of interest there. George W. Cravens, this county, region ol the Slate up byrailroads running through prohibition or any otherpolitical foolish-- , with There are 50 distilleries in the 5th sold, last week, to Mr. Taylor, of it to all (minis of the compass, makes it luturally ness." That's the way to talk it. Now one of the best located towns in the South for Kentucky revenuo district now in oper- 40 butcher hogs at 4c. U. R. mannfactures and other enterprises of magnitude. stick to your text and give 'em h ail1 Water Works aie now being agitated and right .. ........ ...... ... . 0 Early, of this county, bought, last week, vt- nuuu iuiu mey are manning auoui Columbia, when they need it. ot a mile ,"ra"' , vutcuaivni u niiu vvt uuucilWtirc. iNICC III1C Ole LIUrarV ailtl. bonelhe town aliouti of grain per day. This rep- - of diilerent parties, 11 muleH, 15? hands there could be erected Water Works with teryl bushels . . .r cii. I r ,u.,.o ....v.i i r iii-- n. bi , k iiri' .... k. ., . .. w...,.u :iTiiiis; little cost that would supply a city of 150.000 in ..iow invas. is... oi.w, iviiiiiui ocis una vnamDcr THsy are having a h. o. t. in Louisi- - resenta about 1,750 barrels or 78,750 high at $10S. Woodford Sun. habitants with the purest and best water in the Sets. We keep the best California Goods inthc market. Our little city hss been There are already six tickets in Ions. The average daily mash for each William Moreland bought of Joe world. few yean and its business newly rebuilt in Ihe last homes ard res. field for State officers and they are distillery in the district is about 320 Kearns, of Monticello, 0 feeders at 3Jc idences will compare with larger cities of greater the pretensions tradesmen are still 'acoming.; The lottery business is bushels or 32 barrels. On the whisky and sold to Robert Russell 14 extra tine all prosperous Our merchants and Wc have two and doing well. government tax will heiferri, weighing 1,000 pounds at 3c He banks with a capital stock ol $400,000 that are responsible for most of the conditions manufactured the prospeious and in a good condition. Wc have splendid schools. We have Female which make Jim Jewell's assertion that amount to about $88,(i50 per day also sold to J. A. Harris it Son a bunch College, a large brick building, with user mo pu Edward P. Duncan, an American of feeders at 4 cents and $1 on tho head. nils in attendance and under the prlncipalship ol politicals h 1" peculiarly applicable. M Prof. Hubbard, is in a banker doing business in Paris, and Robert Elmore, formerly of Madi- tion. JWe also have a Seminary nourishing acondithat is good A hill to repeal tho sugar bounty is wintering with bis family at Cannes, son, writes to his Kentucky friends school, with i'rof il K. Illakemanat its head We S. K. Cor. '1th &c Vine, Cinuluniiti, O. haveone of the nest Public School buildings in before Congress and it is hoped that this unexpectedly to bis hotel apart- from his Illinois home: "When you this section of the State, with over mo pupils in Book-keepin-g, oatrageouH robbery of the tax payer ments and found a Frenchman in his go to the World's Fair, at Chicago, next attendance, and with ether good private schools, Short-Han- d, Type-Writischool are excellent. willbe wiped from the statute books. Its wife's room. The fellow tried to hide year, look for a large canvas with two of you sec our elegant facilities biulnuigi, representing We hae church full pats 115,000,090 a year in the pockets of behind the bed, but the husband poured the largest mules in tho world painted every denomination, with adoing corps 01 minister! Business Practice, Correspondence, Clerking, Commercial Arithmetic, class talent Jud are without a cent's a volley of lead at his cringing form, kill- upon it. I have a pair of mules, 4 years of fiatany class of men in the city.a better business thin ik swBufacturers, I have tried Penmanship and all Business Branches. to make profit t the people. ing him instantly. The unfaithful wife old, that stand strong 10 hands high and without anv exaggeration this Mitement sas facts, or coloring, those Establish!. 1862. Largo and flouriahlng. Twelve Instructor-- . Up with the time. fell at hei husband's feet and implored weigh 3.G00 pounds. 1 expect to have who know will bear ne out, and those whowjah Flu thoroughly for Uualncu PuniulU. Hon the confidence of the HuMueM Community. to buy pleasant homes at iair prices and locate Old Grassy Blair announce bim-i- if XA tttideiits n arm midfd arc among'a good surround'. aadidato for president. Jehoi- - bis forgivenepe, but he cn-- her off for- them tip the beam at 4,000 pounda by In(s. would dopeople10with all the best before pur reasonable Hoardin dtmand and the city at 4m MCtirlN? rmattymml. The charfeaDoaa can be hod tn low Hcureai. Day aad Night Seastoaa. well call and sec tne ever. , , opens." ,. , 'j'kstl, m promisee. Investigation solicited. Bead for aataiogue, c. W. McGECi FniNClPAL. hasitHf elsewhere the time the fair - . ' ' ,. $, T l -- , ' r .. Mi i Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal mm. SHELF HARDWARE! P. WALTON. P 4 d POWDER Absolutely Pure -- BEOS. weak-minde- d s 8EVERANBE & SON, -- co-o- She's coming. Freight divisions, R. R. Junction, CORBIN. Dry Goods, Notions, &c. Shoes, Carpets, ...fcBBBBBBBBBBBBBB P pen-Hio- o Repair Shops, College & churches For particulars, Address CHAS. FINLEY, Corbin Inip'nt Co., Corbin, Ky. " Vi n $1,-00- liv-ic- g. WE KEEP A .FULL LINE GREAT REDUCTIONS IN PRICES il- - r Ladies' Dress Goods, Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits, at first noiin S L WEDGBW00D. Men's and Boys' Overcoats and Ladies' at law-maker- s, s - W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. to-d- 1- ROBT. FENZEL -- ! paper-wrappe- WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY Ki;iAIKIX; AM) f ars-inio- , 850-poun- 1H-ea- nor f"t fd II. T. ESTATE Stanford, I m- H.t5.RUPLEY, V4 ue-'i- i S-'SiKS- Hee-iirl- i j ! f t Fall and Winter Goods I ) I South-easter- .,,,b FARRIS & HARDIN, -- Ijiii-cast- er e Have : a : Complete : Line Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, I 1 -- txis-oi- n Lex-ingto- n, 1,-50- three-fourt- i rt,,,c,.. f. ( f 1 - ji 1 . . gal-an- a. J T- - ng, i Telegraphy, -- t . ,.. cr - .J- ........ -- - Semi-Week- ly Oak Interior Jouknal! ter's. Northern Fort -- !). White Oats at J. s H. Fos- who had moved to this count), skeins that a bad case of too much moth- Btankokd, Ky., FKMtUARY Ubst. Nico suite of rooms in 1892 the Karris A Knniey building. It. Wil- veloped, at any rate there waa always considerable trouble In the camp, which liams. Pens and Beans el Grocery, er in-la- w and brother-in-la- w soon de S.O.WAWON, BUB.Manager MEANS Harden Seeds, Laniuietii'b and at A. A. Warren's Mod 75 IUSINESS. ilnnuat A. It. Penny's. Knohavi.no beautifully and artistically :t Yovu account is now ready. I'lcaBO mil and settle. A. II. Penny. Ik'Y your IooIch and school supplier of Just received, a new stork of K and nil kinds from A. It. Penny. Havk your watch, dock" and jcwoiry 'JO button length kid cloves, whites and repaired at A. It. Penny's. All work operas. Severance A Son. warranted. KM). Win. Weatberford, of Caicy Ukmkmhkk thatall silverware, watches, rins, Ac, boughtofat A. It. Penny'o will county, was hold in S.'IOO bail at Lebanon charge. be engraved free for forging a check on Win Sp.iirgins for $150 and having it cashed in a b'banon PERSONAL POINTS. bank. He i still in jail. Mis. J. T. Wai.i.kii went to Louisville Tiik U.S. Court at Louisville, indictyesterday. John liitKuiT, of Cir.ijH, is with his ed J. L. I)cvcr, late mail clerk on the K. C, for violating tho postal laws, that is homefolks here. Mi:. CWokokA. MiHoiikkts is clerk- tampering with registered letters, and Ida trial was set for the LTith. ing for Mr. A. A. Waiien. Wiiay is MJkh Mif.8 Ciuoik.ik Wk call attention, thin week, to our Ilesaie Hlehards, at Junction City. Mock of men's, bojs' and children's Miss Maiiy Pickktt, a .Shelby ville clothing jo.! received and also t our beauty, is visiting Miss Anne Shanks. beautiful line of French zephyr and doMiss Manvik Alkuhu went to Somer-M- 't mestic ginghams. Tin so goods nro ns yesterday to visit Mis. It. 0. Il.iil. nice as are imported to any market and Miss .Mi.s.Mk VanAiihiui.k, of Har- we invite joti to come and examine rodsburg, is with Mrs. II. J. Mcltoberls. them. It costs nothing to show good". Mips Julia Pkvto.n hpent a few dnjs J. S. Hughes. with Mrs. W. I.. Williams at Huston-villTiik cao against Anderson C.irr to suspend his liquor license was prcceiitcd Jok Jones, of Central University, has been visiting hii mother, Mrs. K. II, before Judge Yunimi Friday, and on the Commonwealth's proof, Jones. which diil not in an v manner cUhli-Mil. S. W. Mknnkikk went to Oeorgo-towthe charge thathe was keeping a disor to spend the !M with old derly house. Thoau w ho pic tended they Mk. M. Salinokii, of Louisville, has knew n great detS, Kd not know mi joined hit wife here. Mrs. Mux Mains much under oath on tlu witness stand. U better. Tiik director's of the Farmers Hank J. P. Mi Dnt'OAi.n is agvnt for the life A Trust Company met Saturday and deof the great preacher, Spurguou, writU n cided that the expenses of the iustitu by Dr. Nortbrup. tton must be reduced, us they are out of Miss Jennik Wkiikn went to proportion to the earnings these dull Saturday, to attend tho Cetitio times. Mr. J. II. H.uulnniui, who has College exerri's. filled the position of bookkeeper with Mat. S. M. Nijm.a.ni), of White's StaRAtlsfaclinn ami credit, will likely go out. tion, Madion county, has been the leaving Cashier J. H. Owsley and Tidier guest of her relative, ..Mrs. 0 J. New-lan- W, M. Bright the onlv salaried ollicers of the hank, save Presidents. H.hlianks, Mn. 0. T. OnsN and wife, of whose hilar v was red net d and Mi lHIo Joui'H, of Mt. A I'MV weeks ago, Mr. C. l. Powell, have been guests of Mrs. Ur. S U. I locker who has made a good deal ol money NiriiiK A. IS. Faulknuk ha been ap- merchandizing at Welsh burg, Jackson pointed storekeeper and giiuger and will county, advertised in the I.stuiuok go to woik at S.un Siiiih' distillery Joi'it.s i. for a and residence in Stanford. He numerous letters Mit. Jok S. (iiiimks, caihier of the and yesterday came down to look at the Flint Natinnal Hank of Kliabethtown, property oflered him. Mr. W. A. Trih-bi- o took advautai;u of the 2'.M holiday to took him to the residence of Mr. it Will Stone, on l)g.in Avenue, and in a his mother and family. Miw. Maiiy W. wiw one of fow minutes sold him the hous and lot n of half an acru for SI, 100. Mr. Powell the chnperoneaiid Miss Virginia one of the dancers at the hop given will also buy a farm and prlnps go in at the Republican Club Itooms at Isli- to the incitMiitilc business here. Ho is ngton. an enterprising man and will bo welcomed. 1 1 vl-iti- ng e. dis-tnisx- eil cords of wood at $150 ForSalk. in woods; 1500 yards from piko on county " road A. M. Feland. culminated u year or so ago in an open rupture between Cooley and his wife. They parted for a whilo and during that time Atherton, with some of his friends, went to Cooley's house to whip him, but for some reapon failed to do eo. The couple shortly got together again and last fall give up the farm and went to Rowland to keep boarding house. Affairs progressfd favorably for awhile, but Mr. Cooley, tiring of the business and tho presence of his wife h relatives-wanteto give it up. Mrs Cooley to continue it and it was agreed that he should take the children to the farm and she and her mother remain at Itowland. This further incensed Atherton, it is said, and that anil other causes led him to seek Cooley at his country home. There weie no wit nepseg to the Bhooting, but Noah Cooley, a sin of the Cooley immediately afteraccused. wards gave himself up to the sherill and was placed under guard till Saturday, when Iip was ndmit'cd to bail in ?500 with M. I). Llniore and J. H. Carter sureties and the examining trial set for i.ext Saturday, when Hon. B. C. Warren will icpresent him pre-feried YOUR MONEY. Prices. Can not he better invested than in tailing advantage of our reiharUabht low s' OUE Over s Are coming in every day and are placed on sale at prices that will instantly please you. 8FBING 3 GOODS COME IN AND LOOK oar good bejore they are picked over and see our immense line of Jl Dry Goods, Shoes, Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Carpets wwaw jil oiu lii, ourLttiDs, xrunKs, occ. White Goods, Embroideries, Curtains, Eugs, Valises unnaren's, oy's ana Men's Hats, Etc. JZggs MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Davis Lee Currey, of Harrodsburg, who travels forTunis A Co., Lexington, was married in lniisville, last week, to Miss Cornelia, daughter of Itev. B. F. and Feathers bought at the highest market prices at THE LOUISVILLE SIL 4 STORE a 4,- Dan-vill- e, -M d. '.Mis-soiu- i, S.i-le- Taylor. Tho marriage of Miss Mary, daughter of Chief Justice Fuller, to C. C. .Manning, which occurnd Jan. 7, has just been announced. The bride is an invalid. Mrs. Jam s G. Blaine, Jr., has been granted a divorce from her husband, with custody of her child, $1,000 to pay expenses of the suit and $100 a month permanent alimony. Miss Lena Kllis, the little beauty who was withSMrs. M. F. Klkin in the millinery bnsines lure for some time, wps married, lst week, at her home in IiOiiisville, to Mr Joe Higdon, a worthy young buMiuv-- man of that city. The young lady's many friends hero send congratulations and good wishes to tho lovely bride and the man of her choice. s Main Street, Stanford. A. UBBANSKY, Proprietor. MAjVJS, Manager. OTJIBAM -- MWXWlig AND2G-horse STEEL BOILERS, Stationary, Upright and Horizontal. and Portable. All power. sizes up to Uncqualed in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Durability. Semi-Portable Write for Fn Illustrated Fimpleu and your wants to THE JAMES LEFFEL & CO., NEW YORK CITY I SPRINGFIELD. OHIO. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Sunday- Itev A. C. Hopkins will hold a -school Si-l- !! LAND FOR SALE. VjCjPylrJMix&Bs 7 W.B.jUcRQBERTS, IBkc. . near-Kiuusvi- lle. More-roo- m gt vi-- Ilo-ti- How-ma- Sulv five Acre ol Splendid Land, tituatcd a'j mllnfrom Stanford, on Shelbv City turnpike, ' and at KingHvilli, March HKJl. xdjoii ini Mr. E. II Juno. Apply to me l HUGH HMD In an Augusta, Ga., church, Sun- Stanford Ky. io , day, when, after a sermon, in which the r i minister criticised a newspaper editorial and sneered at tho peculiarities of its author, thu editor aroso and announced I Will tell at puulic a i lion, on that he would reply to the preacher on 1892 the following day an announciinent THURSDAY. MARCH which was greeted by the congregation At the late reuderce of John G. S nth, deed , all ihn peroiul estate, iniu'ming as follow with applause. Two linxid Mates a large wagon Horses, 2 institute at Harrodsburg Feb. .. o.. PUBLIC SAX.E ci Druggist and Jeveler, : Has a Complete btock of 3, DRUGS. : BOOKS, Vi'AI.I. PAPER, PAINTS, V Am'iiyxiatM). John R Dye, of Somtimothy at erset, was found dead in bed at the J. Phoenix Hotel, Lexington, Thursdiy afternoon. He had gone up with Ins Wantiii.-Fir- m, fresh ollow butter lodge to attend the Knights of Pvthias at 'Jo cent. MeKiunev line. celebration and after staying up most of TiiKsnleof John Hrigtit's laud, stock the previous night at the banquet a:id and eiot will occur at his residence to taking tin rounds, it is supposed that he dayretired in a somewhat dazd condition and blew out the gas, instead of turning A ikw accounts of IH'H are unsettled it nil', as his death wss evidently from Call sinl settle by cssh or note. A. It asphyxation, the fumes of the gas tilling Penuj. the room when i( whs broken into. A Thi: weather hss been cloitily. and half empty pint bottle of whisky on the drizzly fur several dajs with an east table told the rest of the story. Dye was a. nephew of JohIi Dye, of this wind prvailimr neighhmhonil, ami like him was a peeu NK.TSatuida AdoW, March oth, is liar sort of a genius. He had Mndied tiio day lixed for the democratic prima- law ami was securing a faimhaieof ,irae-licry to nominate candidates for ctiouit f'ti a msn of his ug-- i li7 vvur. Cn s clerk and sherill cent lafclg'.of Somerset, too charge ol iiavk ncehed and am daily receiv his remains and buried them at the and witli tho honors of the Pything a very handsome lino of imported goods, fall willy and eloct your prl ng ian Biolherhood. Miit II C. Itupley Shut FivTivitn. Win. Cooley emp- One maud vrn-II. Foster's. h, CITY AND VICINITY. clot r and - e 1 ox-puii- o old Mule, rb head of Gallic, Cow., Heifers and Schools. To Trustees jearlingr, nice youne Hull, ro Hci;, nice black Mowwith lot of To avoid future trouble in regard to llerkshircs new, a liuugy young pig.newKol Wreaking Rake. er, nearly Straw enSulk v. W.ii'on. 1 ilarks of Ha. i larce the employment of teachers for the Hick, llugi:y, set Carpentet's Tools, 4 tands of suing year, I wish to state that it is nec- lien iiox, riow, uwiamian and wajon essary that a w kittks contract bo enter- K.irn ing Tools in great variety plow Harness Houchold and Kitchen Kurnltute I he property will be sold credit of six on the teacher and at least ed into between montlsonall sums or $10 and over; under that two of the trustees, or the same shall be amount, cash in hand Purchasers will be required give bond w th givd security before null and void. The conliact between, of the proprrl). N'AS'CY SMITH, hxtx. tho teacher and trustees should not be H T Hush. Auctioneer. 103 for entered into until after tho election school trustees or until the newly elected tnihtee or trusteis shall have been duly qualified and accepted by the coun-- t I seo that the pro superintendent. ironed amendment to the present school law on thN subject provides that the employment of a teacher must be in their corporate capacity at u meeting called for that purprwc It is also very probable that the tlrst examination will bo held in June this year. If so, thire will be no iwiwity for very gnat Imste in the matter. Kespcct fully, W F MiOtAnv, Co. supU young Horses t nice joiitie irare, 1 1 large of Common 1 1 1 1 1 mu Jewelry & Silverware. Watches. Clocks and Jewelry Repaired Promptly and in first-clas- s style. Old gold and wjlir, iD- - fcSTKNGRAVIXG on all goods sold, free of charge. silver taken in exchange. The Vulcan Chilled Plows, 'ttv GRABUKtiHAitl). I Wabiii.su ro.N'a birthday was but ly obnerved her. The ciM'ii nearly all day and only the bunk clam. were shut up h m poor- Tiik New Cash ftioie hao piit received a line of boys' slid gents' laundned and unlaundried shirts of the celebrated S lluuhei Pearl" brand. .1 Louis Uamskv's Lexington "Boomer" It is is out and is somewhat of a daisy illustrated, well pationiml profusely with advertisements and is a credit toils oumler. A i'ktitio.s to tho City Council to in cieaso tho liquor license to $ 1,000 is being numerously signed. That is the llg lire in Somerset and Richmond (and the privilege ought to ho worth 'as much hero as in those tow ns Januaiiy has comoand hookH show that thero aio still some gono and our ac- m counts unpaid. Our friends will please hear in mind that we have been excetd-ingl- y indulgent and will consider it quite a favor if they will come forward and settle. Sine and Menefee. i i W round trip tickon Feb. Si to Louisville, at one and ets third fare for the round trip on account of tho "Patti Concert." This road will tickets to Now OrhIso Bell round-triMobile at one faro for tho leans and round-lnp- , Feb. --' to .".l inclusive, good returning March 15th, on account of MardiGras celebration. See L. A N Thk L. A N. will sell p AKtmta. W. W, IVsuu, T. P. A., L. J& N. JaBotMMCity. u live hrrela of In, ,, Mol inlo hruthnr in In, Wane., Atherton, better known, arreClymer,nt In, homo, intheknolH, Iriihyaflernuon, one ball takinc elicit in liia foreheail ami lodini; in his ojo h'lcket, one 111 each hanil, in his arm ami the (ifth in hia body, the latter, however, tloinir scarcely any ilamuKe. The trouble tlatea back s neral eaif, ilnrint; which Atherton h is kept Cooley in almost abjct terror. lie knew that he was afriiil of him anil ho ot to thinking that no matter what he niitfht ilo Cooley wouhl not resent it. Hut even a worm will turn when trodden upon, anil Atheitou carried his Be- ries of indiirnitiea a little too fir. Tho reault is he now lies covered with wounilH that may prove fatal. On the evening in queatiou lie went to Cooley's house and commenced to ahupe him as usual, uooieytoiu mm . n.ei none .,..:.! iiiiii ..i.!....:.. lll Uveryilllllg 111 1.: wnri iu uunu i. and prevent a dithculty, but Atherton, rewmoie demoiiHtrativo and shook Ins list in Cooley's face, whilo ho held his other hand in his pocket. It was then that Cooley let loose his dow of war with the result as stated. The tirinc; must have'.been at short ranee, as Ather ton is powder burnt in several places. Atherton was able to gej back on "la horse and riilo to Mr. Terry's, where ho stoppid ami asked that a doctor bo sent for. Dr. L. B. Cook responded, but was unabio to Hud the ball that wont in above the eye. Several years 11150, Mr. Cooley, thou a widower, married Miss Eddie Atherton, the prttty daughter of aa Ohio wobirb, an-oMi- er 'a,le ore iciicu i'v. A mm llistWirel. ,JM Sumlay. UMMr.uo.M .. ... ."moui .. 1. ...1 ' stapil mi fine Stanf.ir I at m mlot I will 1 1 I il', W itd at WO DOLLARS the II x2B3sV1sW. 'HsWWsW IleulwilltonfBtIlll.. P'L H Tn'.'sV.V.? ! ' wUh sP "'W'WS'W. ' a n1 mMM ovLs... mi ii s"'11 " - JK I - v i '..KBFN. Mr (.,MI,kll,K,lti 0f Muucie," In.l., w- -s ht,ril UlH IllUer irt of the week and purchaviil one cow ami three calves of for JOlW, ami thought Mr. J. K. Car.-o- n, he K')t a iiood bart;aiu. liiHtead of .MiM Hattio we hIiouIi! have paid it was Maunie Henry, who was to be the now milliner. She. has purcha.ed a new stock anil proestablishment. poses to run 11 lint-ohMr. J L. Nelson stopped over a day col-lewith friend- - on his way hamo from Francisco, of 15roilhead, is Miss visiting Miss Ada Hen in. Wo liave now in our town three ilouiinhliiK schools and tliey are nil good ones. We propose, to have tho children in tliin eicinitv educated, if schools aio After talking to a all tint is necessary, ,,,.. in Hih .litrerent uuiiiiin"'"'" hoola, ... . are ulail tn tiinl tlinr iney aro m e. " I ! FOR bAI.E I I nUrLril I VMLUHKLr. DDnPPDTVI. The undersigned hive been appointed a ccm nntleo by the stockholders to sell publicly in front of the .Mercer Gra.u X. Co,l Co s othce on The best guaranteed. C lulled How made, hxtras canted H. in molK Satwfaction K. & V. II. WKAREN. a i Tuesday, Slarcli ist, 1892, At 10 o'clock, A M., allot the propery ownpd by l.ari;e warehouse in llondville, said company Two store of grun Ky .capacity as 000 rom in llurgin, Ky , cow renting for $400 rer annum; large elevator in Itiirjiili. with al macluneiy connected therewith, capacity ol elov.it r rc.ooo buihrlsof grain AN'i ill sell with elevator flouring mill, (a lare lot suitable for erecting' aAlso on location fur a mil ami College street, Harrodsburg. in good 6 ruOTs. O110 of containing Tnii-hesplt-ndi- RUBBER ROODS J lj Men's and Boys' Rubber Coofe Mclntosli Coats, & 4 J THE BEST FLOURING MILLS ' ,...f ... . nil urcjiij ,iiv.. so than is common uinone children. , . , - fl,ut-i,nni- ,B I I In Madison, lot. is HOl'SE and Copper bhop seriously injured his brother-in-lalargest and best arranged tobacco house tu cenElevator lot and coal yaids, In. Kentucky William Ilendren. Cotton'B ilaiiKhter tral chiding cribs, Warehouse, &c This property is going to sell without reserve. was to have been married to a young 12 and iS Terms; uenuren was nitnng month', 6 per cent. cash, balance 6, Mr. Whitaker, and C. II. SULLIVAN. ) tho irl in onlor tlint she micht elope Com'te C. S VANAKSUALL, ,js nephew, Mr. Kay. Cotton has :ti. D N KUK, 101 at now consented for his daughter to wed Hav, but vows she shall never re'urn to the house of her pa. Ilendren is in a critical condition, having about 100 on Main Street in Stanford bird shot in tho calf of his right le. of Lot of tho annual value Containing t aero. An estimate wax and honay in the United States is T. R. WALTON, Sutler. easy. Ttrus the amouBt of 110,000,000. one-thir- 8 Cottages in Harrodsburg, Ky on Depot street, renting at $76 .nr..y"rA .r.aHh,' Nat Cotton shot and Also the Large TOllACCu 'I his and the ,ftl.J barrels capacit) per day. hull spicuuiu h'ai luwr, Also one large lot adjoining the I t of Dallas China about iV, fronfDB tnc rairoaU abol,t 5c feet. anJ in the country. -- 100 ". " cr 11 I ..rut".' : .""""X; :7 i f jp d Rubber Boots, Rubber Shoes, Gum LexKiiiKM, tWl r ii1 TOR SATuXI 10 Slicker Coats and Slicker Pants. 1TROB1.RTS & HIGGINS T i i .1 .Ui'i ft.' t M Semi-Weekly Interior Journal - HUBBLE. A young man fresh from tho country m m enmo to New Vork about a month ago A Safe Invoatmont to seek his fortune. Ho had just $100 Monewhlihls guaranteed to bring you satisin cash left when he found a boarding factory results, or in case of failure, a return or I34P South your purchase price. On this safe GO years nf place and had his modest trunk carried buy from our adscitisrd drtiggut a plan ou can l.oiiUol Dr. "J"" Mr. Alexander was about Express train " South It North age and was twice married, his last wife up to his. hall bedroom. Being frugal Kind's New Discoscry for Consumption. whens every case 39 am .6 relirfin Local Freight North he deposited $9."i of this in a saving guaranteed 10 btlns; of the thmat.Iungs or chet' During P m and 11 children surviving htm. 3 South- ned for any affection intlamiuation of the lungs, down The latter trains also carry passengers. sui has consumption, the war he .was a gallant member of bank businesstown. This bank does n bronchitis, asthma, whooping imgh croup, etc , among poor jieoplo and The above 11 calculated on standard lime Solar Morgtn'a Command and since hostilities largo li is pleasant and agieeable to the Kisie, per. its clerks are not any too polite, proh-nbl- el. safe and can always be relied upon. Trial time in about so minute faster fitly ma le a good citizen. He was a lus at A. R I'enn)' drug store because choy are badgered all day bottle-fre- e momber of the Methodist church and long by ignorant depositors who are Now Try This highly thought of by his neighbors. afraid tho cashier is going to run away It will cost you nothing und will surely do you Mr. George White, an aged citizen if thoy don't como nround ovory day oi goud if vim hae .1 cough, cold or any trouble with New DLioi- of Garrard, living near here on the river two to mako suro that their money i. throat, chest or lungs. Dr King's v.um .. "- ery lor (.onsumpiion, voiiriis was found dead in his boJ Thursday be- thoro yet. anteett to gnerelielor money will be paid back thing The young man soon discovered that Sultercrs from La Grippe fouuo. n just Iherecovfore day. He was up during the night a speedy ami be New York is an expensive city to live ery under aIts tivj hadlotlle at and perfect and our expense sample Try to wait on one of bin little grand chil- in. Five dollars would liavo lasted a leatn for ourseli iusI how good a thing it is I ridren sleeping with him and later on in long timo for ordinary cxonsos in his al botilts free at A R. Penny's drug note. Large and Ji. the night the child began to fret and his native village, but in New York it sue 30 cents Spoclmon Onsets he did not answer, so melted away in his pocket liko a snowwife called to him; S 11 Clifford, New Cassell. Wis was troubled Jim was called, and on investi- ball It reminded him of tho Scotch- with neuralgia and rheumatism, his stomach was his son was disordered his gation he was found dead. He was about man who had visited tho capital of Eng- degree, appetite liver away nlfeclcd to an alarming fell and he was terribly reA land to sco the sights, and who on his 7o years old and had been in good health duced in llesh and strength. Three bottles or return, in endoavoring to describe to his Klectru- Hitlers cured him is for some time. He was a member of friends tho great cost of living thore, III . had Edward Shepherd, llarrisburg, standing. aI g sul wne on his leg ot eight years the Baptist church and respected by all y AT Lewis thinks she will bo out njjain soon, lie also reports Thomas Smith on the VS 1'K.r. YKAK.IX AD""- YIVCM .sick list. ssarWhen not so paid S2.SO will he charged.Tilford Alexander died suddenly Friday night, at his home near the Boyle K. I. LOCAL TIME CARD. county lino. Ho had worked hard al' Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a., m., returning day and after citing ft hearty supper reit j:iop. m tired. Ho was taken ill in a short time L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. and in a few' hours was a corps', having '9 Pra died, it is supposed, of heart trouble. Mail tram comg North " Publlsbed Every Tueedny and Fr day Tery ill Ms. Betsy Spoonamoac was taken n few days hro, though Dr. T. M. Hw& SHE THOUGHT HE Ue I'oiitnl MUST-B- Many persons who have recorerrd Irom la grippe 'a are now troubled with persistent cough. Cough Remedy will promptly loosen this cough and rellese the luni,ci(ectlug a permanent cure n a erv short time. J$c and 50c bottles for sale by Dr. M. L. Bourne, Druggist and Optician, Stanlordy, Ky. Lhim-berlain- Cough Following the Grip. PUBLIC SALE. l9. J. N. MENEFEE, Is a candidate for tn the action ol the New Vnrk Different Ways friun llnnin. Th km Ive in the world lor cuts, bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapLONELY. ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin crup lions and positively cures piles, or no pay requiru .Miiny ed. It Is guaranteed to jfisv pcifect satisfactioc, I'rice S cents per boa. or oney refunded. For sale by A. R. Penny, Sunford, Ky. Ducklln'B Arnica Salvo. as SheilfT. Subject FARM. A SMALL IIOVLKCOLNTV Democracy. Election Nov On Feh. o iSl.at to o'clock a. m. I willofTcr at public tale my Farm ofS acres K m les from Danville on the Stanford pike. The land Is in a good slate ol ultivaion, moderate y Improved, home and will iniL.ii-nfli- l sale poilllvc W T. WARD. 91 to theotllce of CirIs a Candidate lor cuit Clerk, subject lo the action of the Democratic party. JAMES P. 1IAILEY J. H. KIliTOlT, Lumber and Shingles. Dealer in General Merchandise, gliesme pleasure thai I am doing nicely under the Cash Svsten and that the people are rapidly catihing in 111 the fact that it is the belter system, Imih fur the buyer and seller, l'hey also know that 1 aoods tor about a third less than my competitors who do credit business. Ite 1 keep constantly or, hand a splenmt'inhtr that fioods sold for cash onlr. It to state to the publU in general I Candidate for Circuit Clork. . Subject tn the actum nl the Drmocrati' party I for the othcoof CirI shall make the cuit I lerk for Lincoln county rare in the Interest ol myson, Wm. S lluich. who will nol be of the Cnnstitutiuiial age until a few dais after the next November election. If I should receive the nomination, and be elected, m sou will dm harge the duties ol the ofluc as my drputy and receive all the emoluments STKPHKN IILUCM. ir atinouncem)self a Candidate did assortment of Dry Goods, Croeerles, ing, Hoots, Shoes. Mats nnd Ihe like Call see my stock, which is replemihcd almstt r J II. HILTON. Rowland, John II. Cattleman A ( Clothin and dally. Ky J1 Latiham pike, lnn ULV 4 miles Irom Stanfur'1. n nvm Desirable IlVji. I.IAcieson W . II Miller Crab Orchard larm of 140 Ito RHEUMATISM neuralgia, and sciatica can always ROYAL Insurance Company, OP LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&CASTLEMAN MANAOKKS, MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, .Milliner , Comer Main and Depot Streets. tfJ'Vf-'-aUD- and Dress Maker - - ItfOT'TjfTIs.Y. successfully treated trimued hals, botntts, tail with Keepson hand constantly a handsome line ol Ac Trimming dune 10 order. An experienced corps of Dress Makers ate with me, who will sail. ly the public In every detf-iy- t Ayer's Sarsaparilla the persistent use of this medicine. will cure you. . OO TO cure sure to follow EABP, The Artistic ARTIST, - run-niH- Commerce Building, Louisville. Agents throughout the South in hia community. CHATS He leave all of whom are crown. dren, ABOUT MEN. S chil- said: "1 had mi been in Lunnon five hours Has Cured Others K ., Representative Simpson and Senntor l :for both wear gold rimmed spectacles. A. S. PRICE, Office tw SURGEON DENTIST. on Mam street, over YV. 11. McKobcrts Drug Store, Stanferd. DR. W. B. PENNY, Dentist. in office recently vacated by Dr. I.. F. Hufluiai., Stanford, Ky. Office South side Main str-- st. DE. fJOHN M. CRAIG, Homeopathic PhyBlcian; . - - - KENTUCKY. STANFORD, Office Hours 39--- 10 to 11 a m.; 1 to 3 p. m.; 8 to ' Office r on Lancaster street, opposite courthouse. 1 . . ;R. C. MORGAN, D. DENTIST. D. S. street. Is moving to th. Higgms othce, Lancaster for;painless e.tracting. Nitrous Ox.de Ua. STANFORD. KEMUCM. 3 Denier In Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Confectioneries, .Vt. turnisli Ha wan him a first class baler and ran S7 llreud, Cake and the like oil short notice. FarmersBank&TrnstCo. OK STANFORD, KY.. business with Uuow fully organiied and ready for Paid up Capital of Surplus, SUCCESSOR Nowclosui, to - - $200,000. 19,000. NATIONAL THK te t States General V .I.Sewoll, S.H. Shanks. liesidcnt. senator, has lieeu itppouitiHl second vice B.Owsley, Cashier J. president of the Baltimoieand Potomac W. M. Hnglit, Teller with ofiice at New Vork. : i.h man, General It Recently tram No 'JO. St. Louis to New Vork on tho Pennsylvania lines, which is run 'double header" with NATIONAL BANK twelve and thirteen cars, made tho run Irom Xenia to Columbus, tifty-tivOF STANFORD, KY minutes making miles. 111 sixty-twthree stops Morristowu citizens have been asked Capital Stock to subscribe funds tocoiitmuo the Rock Surplus . away Valley railroad from Meiidhain to the fact N J., to Morristowu. seven miles The Attention of the public is invited in atantoru, Salioual Hank outlook, as given by the company's en nde?theprov.si.i:n.ortve Naiiuiial Hank Act .... . only by the capital gineer is said to bo very favorable foi . .......a i r . iecunng sutlicient money to continue the work by a fund .. o nt or infewiiuiuuii m m. Tho Missouri Pacific-IroMountain the tinted States governe...adectchVca-rtpassenger and ticket depart men" and it. asset are "amine, at staled times general r..:;:,n,.ni uzenU. thus has issued a book of guueral in.nd'perfe.t safety to depo..;ors established as the inent structions for agents, conductors and " Thu inuui"ni Sianlord l then MO closely printlank of Stanford in 1163 and baggagemen, covenng Hank "dM..lh'tVwi the First National unuiter-of ed iMgua. Thoro is a fund of informaagain k,h ..mctirallvan book, and it is a valuablo It L better supplied tion in this of . yearL prcnP 'now with l" .lt ie f"' ""1"1' un in its Ion? and guido for tho employees. "".""? ,,an tver before ...rponrtl.n.. J Iter Li Sil. sMl f re.peciiuiiy ndu- ,Mr Sliptongue 1 have not met your ", an i .adiwJuals wife. Is she here this evening? Bank is composed Mr. llansonio Yes, but just at this The Di.ectory l this X J Kostur, moment she is engaged over theie at the ; ' d, Lincoln county Foretu p'lHiio. , Book-keepe- r. up) with the same assets nua unuer , management. fh m. Bv provisions of its chaiter, UCUDSUUI. rsauonai vidually V. ginnlint D tnCir Slut k ".". ' r .V.. ...ThereoT ' in add.t.ot, .0 the '.'b incrci" k -- mi in -- ich shares. It may act as ,MA..n rtlfl as administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully executor, to entrusted their Hank while innagms ... ""V;--- r" thanks and manv ' to transact mc.r RAILROAD JOTTINGS. V nu' hey ,:will continue guarantee for prompt atten--m as a with g"me. years" experience tion are con- There were iilxiitt 'H)0 miles of new kanlrtniv andas liberal .ceo utnodation. as sutent with sound banking track laid in Canada during the year )IRtCTOK: The Now Vork, Ontario and Western J.J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; J. M. Hall, atantord; is placing htivtuhcrs at its stations mill Manford; J. S. Owsley, on' itslrauis tor use in of accident. ' S.J.'Embry, Stanford;! A marine railway has been built in K. Lynn, Stanford; J. Eliza licthport tS .I., which is capable ot A. W. Carpenter, Milledgeville; vessel out of tho hauling a J..rfMj-tiJ. K.llaughman, Hustonville; J. F. Cash, Stanford; water in nine minnu:s Ky. William Gooch, Stantord, tc ?:i..r "-- 'rlho Professor Michaelson, of Clark university, has a project for utilizing tin wave lengths of light as a standard of measure. Old Marechal Canrobert, of the French year, nriny, in spite of his eighty-twwalks nloue each day for miles, nnd is the "observed of all observers.'' Tho now German minister at Wash ington is pictured ns short, fat and not good looking. Ills nose and cheeks are covered until schlager bears that ho acquired while h student. J. J. Cheeseman, tho now president of Liberia, is a Baptist minister, whom the Southern Baptist missionary convention of the United State appointed superintendent of its missions in 1871. Stockton. C'al., has a. full blooded Indian on the bench in the person of Charles Light, who was elected at the last election Ho Is the only Indian on the Pacific coast holding a judicial position. One of tho youngest railroad presidents in tho country is George W. Saul, the executive head of the Chicago and Eastern Illinois road. He will not celebirthday until brate his thirty-fourtuext October. Father Anderledy, the lato superior of the Society of Jesus, was uot only a man of polished manners and a natural diplomatist, but also the master of many languages. Besides Greek, Latin and Hebrew, ho hjioke English, French. Italian, Spanish and German fluently Tho Mohawk Indians of Ontario have , a full blooded member. Dr who has made both money and reputation m the practice of medicine in Canada. He was a protege of the Prince of Wales, and studied at Oxford under Dr. Ackland. the princo's physi cian. Mr Charles Villicrs, who recently celebrated his ninetieth birthday in England, had been m parliament just three years when Victoria ascended tho throne. He was an important hguro in British public life forty years ago, though but little of his fame has descended to the present generation. o h Cronly-ateklm- when bang went saxtwucol" The young Vermonter not having secured n situation, soon found it necessary to draw from his little fund in the bank. He got into position in tho long . lino of and when his turn caiuo asked for twelve dollars in small bills. It was handed out to him. and as there were so many peoplo waiting behind him. he did uot stop to count the money till ho got away from tho teller's window Ho quickly saw that the man had made u mistake Going up to the window again, bespoke ovortho heads of the others and told the clerk ho had miido an error in counting out the bills Tho toller was angry. Flushing and glaring, ho shoutod: "Can't you road-Sethat sign 'Customers must count their mouoy before leaving tho window, otherwise mistakes will uot bo rectidepo-dtorse three U.ttles of F.leclrii Hitter and soscn hoses il Bucklen's Arnica Salve nnd his leg Is sound nnd well John Speaker. CatnwsM. Ohio, had five large f eie r sores on Ins leg, Wctor said be One bottle Klertric was insurable ArnicaSalie oiiIk lliuklen's Penny' drug cured him entire store. I) . Sold at A. R. W. A. TFJ3BLE, Local Agoat, S IAN FORI). KV To have rnur phniographs made. on will find that be a ill always treat you right and gUc ,ou saliifsi tion Remember he makes pictures of all Ibe dtlletent sites, even from the smallest plmtn graphs up to a life sle portrait 111 crayon, water colors and paitells. If sou haiea picture sou want enlarged, 11 will pay yon in see him belnre enntrscting wth any wie 10 hail' it made, as he is located here ami will always be here in giie satis, faitiuu y ly A J F.AIIP, SUnfetd, K. ehlklren,' In bujlng a cough medicine II. A. Walker, a prominent druggist of()g-ileia.i be afraid to buy Chuinbeilain I'tah. 'Ueier Cough Remody. There i no danger from It nad rebel is always sure to follow. I partli.ul.itly tec ommend Chamberlain's liecause hase found It to te silc and rellihle.'' 3e aniJ $oc bollles tar sale hi Dr M L Ikurne, Druggi t and Opllciali, Stanford. Ky i, 1 Safe and Rollublo. fr THE VENDOME HOTEL Al.l ACL srKKI.I., I'mr THE SUELTOR HOUSE. ROWLAND. 'I K II.R. CAMNITZ, SlmiK'r, IIISTONVII I.K. Ky ThoroHghly rcftltr.l and refntmshed and fully prearod to attend ! the wants of the publk. m .. hric SA.MPI.K ROOM attiicluil -- his 1 .. has been reklttd thiiighoiit , has A LIVERY ATTACHED. 1 From my pasture near Dn- about ten days wile Anr inferiilack bow. unmarked am. on lame mitnii .d her will be thankfully resell td A D A toll-ga- te CTD T LjU O 1 IvA Vm Kont ranslent r uiy xdiclted I W CARRII k, prop - 100 THE London, RILEY K. U. BOUSE. TO THIS FAKMISKS. I 1 1 fied.' " A . little indignant at tho toller's the young man began again: "But tho mistake" "1 make no mistakes," blurted out the angry teller, interrupting the other "(Jet out of the way: you'ro delaying man-nor- Kenluiy Hedge an axent for The Ihe bettei Fence Co., Lamtr. and offer In seryiers of I have moved to my new Hotel aad am public lMithm)stlf and the Company in uliiii.of prepared than ever tn accsimmodale Ike I am set v ibsi kful for the hbcr-a- l I incoln lounty Good Livery attached andeicry cosisesiicHCi depalioAa),' reeicdand bo. l. lair dealing In sired. One me a call. FRANK RII.F.V. merit acontinujnii- - fanners in need of a good 17 fen. e will tun! roc at the Mxvrs I limn: in Stanford d i.li cash Counts C iiiri .,. f.n, M .NOTICI.TO iHK JllllNSON. N im.EY,.Proprlotor, - - - Kontucky. CASH Highest cash market price 'paid for Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, &C. at & CO., K Fine Land For Sale. acii.r TRAVELING rl hit op. neit ia tumifvtKn PUBLIC. with sn iM. Si lyr F. ELK IN POSTED. cae Attorney witness foi Norfolk nRB. the other side) You say tho moon wa shining brightly at tho timo? Scheslule Dei ember, Witness It was. "You are perfectly familiar with the 232 Acres of Splendid Blue-Gras- s STANFORD, K.N , appearance of the moon, tiro you?" h SOU ION DAIL l.r Land, "Yes, sir." I a m f r I. fa!, am Dcsirabli located on turnpike rld' leading from JOSI-:i'I.luetirld ami lalerair.liKit "Can toll moon as farns you can see V.lMliffi.4 In l,llw.ly..lllM llfl.ftll. I i.ull.f IvV .1 sian.His. miles from Slahford, 1 mile, f'om Hustonville. n ' m lor Pi nihil.), J lord Roanoke, and is it, can your" from Danville, miles from Jutittlun City and aiid Nord4k. A In. (via 'I Ins II tr, and relurnished, is now l.)nhburg Rictia.oM "1 think I can." . within I S mile of Mureland. a station on the C Rissnvkr) for Washington, Hagtrsiewn, intend S. R. R Philadelphia and New Vrrk The Farm has upon it nn elegant and in my charge nd its high to condiui it so as la "Ever see the man in tho moon?" reputation, but to add roof ) all nol only maintain Pullman SIcHiig briik residence, (tin leng "I've seen what they call the man in spacious outbuildings and an abundance 'I fruit to Its for lilt ol ialfriends Special actommiHU-tion-fors folk via Nurmn anl Car. from lmi'ville la Nor necessary Railford also Kadlord traieler and line ropms lornmeri New Voik, sis Shenandoah Junction, also Rwl trees of almiist every sartrty. Much of iheland thedlsploy of sarnpkes. the moon." il, well timbered, abundantly watered is virgin ford to Washington, from Lynchburg 10 Rich"01 ton?" s and nearly all well set in in short, a mond, IZTiA First-Clas- s "Many a time." No t Farm in escry respect. Saloon 'trains far Pocahontas. Pnwhatsn arid (.ool Mnli1. j jwrioM next Spring For sale, also will Inaie IllueSoll ilally at p in nrwl is p in 'What does he look liko?" And IIII.IJAIU) and POOLROOMS attached. P W I.OC.AN tf hi p in, an J" pm JOSKPHJCOFFKV. "Well, to toll you the truth, ho at Nrt(H Irsnti the ast daily al ratnsarnve I j a in and K p a little two for a cont, ono horst rnrfurlfMl inluimalHiH as to schedules, rales, lawyer. "Chicago Tribune. Ai appis 10 agents ol :rnik ,v eslrrn KailW It IIKVILL. rsil ir 10 (ll Pa. trker Agt , Roanoke a Tho St. I.iinls Mouth. X:c. In the parlor car: Sho (alluding to ti steam shovel) What is that tremendous Fob On 1802, thing on that" car, dear? "!,,'i' Ho (of Chicago, ami onco iilted bv a ' l' ? fT "1oi MU v if notlsoid prnatfir before) iu harm AcreH ol first rale Him "I- Uttlie City' belle) flint's nil icC u.ited i' nulea north ol hlanlord, K v . on Ihe s BTaTaTaraoBswAiBissasasaBr7i Said Farm is In a fijgh state Dansille turnpike cream SHOOn on it8 WaV to a St. Louis! cultivation, immoietnents enod and comlorlable g girl. Bulletin. Mso stock, coii.nting ul i pair well broke draft Ml A sBahLZMoaVassBBBK horses, i good work Mule, pair - year ld Mules, tainily old, i linell bred saddle Mare, 4 years Tlia l'li'iitlisli Trill li Itoy. und in headjoung horse 3 sears old, 4 Milk (cros-i'xaniinin- Having mnce land thau I can manatee at res age and the present system of labor, I have .determined 10 ell ata bargain my far of five hundred much!" yelled tho Vormonter, now thor- and thirty 5i.i acre, on the Stanton! and Daii and villi pile and in scisii miles of t oughly angry ihati eight mls of the three ountjr seals ol "Oil, nh!" gulped tho teller. "In that less blue-grarich counties. I ItitHk thisitne of the lwl stork larms case, of course thank you!" and ho in Cen iral Kentucky, taking into consideration beaul), grabbed the return bill. All eyes were convenience, water, sod, building material,. tensfastened on the young man at once. As ing, etc, tic. All of the land is in grass, exept he was going out a garrulous old woman about 10 acres of fresh land lor corn and o acres in wheat, inth timothy sown with It: hut cnosieb. said to him- as a purchaser wnHhl see it belore bujliig. The "Young man. ain't you mighty Ionol title is perfect, being handed down from ancestors from the da) s of Ihe Indians. in Now York'" Now York Tribune. Ahso a detached Irsct ol l) ncres, 1 mile Irons the pike, and is aens ot eatr knob land, wfMv.L includes Mason's l.sr, llfx-rlliei- l y 1111 Obsurier. A a AM MILAN D. ss busiues " "But yon gave mo ono dollar too Hotel, the STANFORD. MTTEHS HOUSE, 1 bis olc forewarns Buistets, fttkersnen and nihets nut In trespass mt Ml laad. vlthout per First-Clas- s Mi.smn. at ail su.h will be peoscculesi u the full-eh Uw Sigaest eleiil Am) offer the sen ice of it to the public. Iltand C. M.SPOtlVAMOtlRK I new s chicles ami fresh bltiosled rKie.es make toy K IIRUCI M stable compare with THOMAS C HALL S'U.KLF. IIAILKV A. M I' F. LAND (il.e me a call. II. W ('.AIM'S IAMIS(,VhN P W. C3RKI1N. Propneiar 1 S PHILLIPS Manager AL IIURNS. UvcryStablc, ' st Tho Best in tho Country. I g FOB SAXtE. PORTMAN HOUSE, NW V 4 I tester iis-j- i 11 COFFKYPru'r. I 1 y lem-vate- llarns-liurg- tivu-slo- ! ! lllue-tiras- look-lik- o I PUBLIC SALE Tuesday, 23, 4 111 . - Land, Stock, Crop, BARBER i , - SHOP. Snnp l" Ihe Com mmscfflr no .rS '" c Pitt.-bnr- ' li ' ii Cattle, .1) of them good Lwes bred to Southdown (luck, seme young Horse a.as l ses.l sa .all Kvn.1 iln. ! atvsfwt sill sunt i'ic stvii is rtarrikii a fiatjl asli imi 111 nseii good butcher Cuttle, Farming Implements and some Household and Kitchen J. IIKIC.HI 1 St-i- yr Sheep, almul so head of ln. r m'icisi Hotel, Having removed my llarber 1 am fAHE5 Prepared to Accommodate Ladies as well as Gentlemen, may In ri.. IvHKVeMMLaaBKl AsSUaMoTMaa7MaW7 ffllr. ls. as I Z?' 7sTSsMi2ts?L. llcVE3ltrAi5 ' ' IOCUSI tiROVK" T".. .i ""Ni---.-Jl- ST O CK FAHM ss anything they wish in my line, also waited on. Call n me Chil- - iivcnt inllcst Shortest to I'OR SALE JKSSK THOMPSON, In Commercial Hotel. St. Louis, , I)etrnit, FIRST j ej o $200,000 - 850 I - . -- Cre'Vecu Wo. -. n number your lap by the next train hoy that comes on the 'I be finest fur in and richest soil in Lint' In co , Land, situa. comprising 410 aires ol lllue-firated within two miles nt btamord, ihe county seat of Lincoln. Fronted by the Shelby City turnpike and accessible to the Stanford and Danville turn- (like. This is one of thu best Stock Faints in the region and is in a high state of culli - s.s vy i water tor all pnrpotes v.itiou. Aliuuilance Soil is fertile and is suitable fur the growing of p. tobacco, corn and islie.it. The land is so' flViiiv " (f Do not siwil your eyes by readi 1I1J Oil hen located so that it can be duided and twi, I ne tWLlJL'tl Liners, the railway trains. If tno large and made 'I be improiements are through which you are pasting fails to coinmodtuiu dwelling a cniiicnient stock b.iril iJfiVVVT Ac . the lest of fruit nf all kinds, eti for inlor x interest you, amuse yourself and youi tnatii.ii, apply to I1. II. JON Kb, Stanford 5i H I ON 1S, J fellow passengers by getting up a pool, (I V Kll.l-n- , Ptneville of articles to bo left on. t!'f "!' liliie-Ora- ss 11 1 w 'V;alllllv .'.Ui-iSaTa- New York, Washington, Chicago, Michigan Points, Cleveland, ilulfalo, ludunapolls and the Weit, Ne 1 Ktiglaud, Canada, llo.ston, trfjr4Srt' .r 'VLite wr LloHp K.sfaV NEW llallimore, Philadeltihia. (Quickest time to Harrodsburg, f raukfort, Ky IR(.INIA Richmond, Shortest and Qukkctt line to IDMJH.AN SSa-.- Solid Trains, baggai--t cart, smoking cars and cuaches, Pullman llmidoir Sleeticrs through with out change via I liattan.ga, llirmlngliam, Merid ian making direct oniicciiuns en route for Knot ville, Ashculle, Lym hburgaud points 111 the s.uriuSa-iuiui..u-- i through. Philadelphia Press. ."-- ,8 (""',... Ktrtir ; dollar bill tho binallost thing you havy about you? II sVtis All Right. Hotel Clerk Is this thousand DOIT'T Keeps the nicest I OTJ KUTOT 1 'UAMOILKKA, At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilming ton, Charle.ioti, Augusta, Macon, Sav.1nn.1l, llrunswick, Lake City, 'I homasville and FLOltl DA points Tho only line running solid estibulinl trains with Pullman llutidoir or Palace Sleeping Cars to st Augustine wiihuut change lur any class of pas engerstir bjggagc Selma nnd .slonigoinery, Huntsville, Decatur Florence. Memiihtsand ARKANSAS tioinis. Shortest and iuickest to Annislon, Selinn, Mo bile. Dncct connections made at NKW without omnibus traiisfei for liajvestoo Houston, Austin, hat - solic-10- Departing Ouestv I am afraid it is. Clerk (to belllxiy) Hero, tnk this bill out to one of the w.titors anil a.sk him to chango it. Life. Slightly. never withhold anything fiomiuy wifo. tell her every night all that have dono during tho day." "And do you tell hor every day what you have dono during tho night?" "Well, that's different." New Vork "1 1 1 JESSE D. WEAKEN tie b ? stand largest variety"! Fancy Goods, Fruits, Candies Nuts, Cigars And 'I nbarco in the i it y ' nl s j I. V.- Haylen, Stanioiu l .. .. c ,H, iiaiiBimis", "- I e."", M.J. Miner, it" Lincoln; S. T Harris. I. S. Uocker. Stanford; O. A. Lackey, Lincolnr, 1r J' P. Hill, Stanford; V. G. Welch, Sunford. "; W.l'. Tate, Stanford " 1 k. OFFICERS! Mr. Sliptongue with affected oiituu-biaan- n Ah, I see. Sheis that goddess-lik- e beauty who is playing an accompaniment for that mountain of llesh who is singing. Mr. Hansom (sillily) My wife does not play. She sing's Now Vork Weekly DOiSTT FOH&3ST Th.it he ui." Kci-p- s TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The only through line 10 Jai ksnn and Vuksbiug Miss. , bhree.irt l.a., making direct colinerttnni without nmuiluis liausferfor Dallas. Fort Worth, Austin. San Antouia, Kl Pasi and k)iiiisiii . the chiape.t atiick Staple Groceries, MORELAND, And Provisions, WILLIAM m ihe alxMDealer - f Snn. . cgi-i-hif- .c , and ' . loha J. MCK It ;! "R' A.Ar , . McKinneW ? AsUnt David Dunham Withers, the noted Cashier turfman, died at .New York. Stock Cattle and Sheep ., SollcileU !lK7Jrv!h'he', av,d.,he"",,er' b'or through rate, correct tut I'ttrtljsl Apiniiiiil. , ..r,n. hnvitiiranv nf iho above des. ipe, ully. inclination cal! m Agent at county maps and Ky Junction City, ring) Ethel (showing hor engagomant purchase same, vll d well or address for salo or wishliu J S I.LITH, nr Trav fifteen Market Prices. i lo call ontin nddrcss me An experluiii eto fme and I). MILI.F.R, Pais, Agt , Jnnellon City.Ky Don't you admire hia taste? nusintis liss of profit vf!irllli EDWARDS. DO (j p as jewelry ia toods ifrlivrred anywhere Maud the city and hfavlal- - i think I can make it profiliible Ixilli In the huver aj far Iratllc Mattgr , .vT. A , ly trip nude to Rowland and seller P. O, address Stsnfortl, Ky. Cincicnau. conceraed. New i'brk Sun. ' that he ex hariges aii Highest "' i .n.ii Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs r.l,.-.- l -ii TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. Yo-e- s, 111 ?$iri'r ' ?V h '0 liA,- v -