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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892030101 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. Semi Weekly Interior VOL. XX. WUAMSDURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. HUSTONVILLE. Journal NO.i STANFORD, ' KYM TUESDAY. MARCH 1.1892. z r Your currucpomloiit visited Corhin and Woodhlno Satiirdny. Corhin is rer talnh tho lioom town itl Knstern Ken tui'ky nt prrxunt. The. tolling Huieon for Bucktis 1ms having opened ami iho ilshontiPii " VnA Davis now. niton good time Unit (.might a micker n few din ueij-liullvo pounds. J.O. Mnhiin visited III- fntlu'r t IMcnsunt Viuw, last week. M. A. Moore, our ahi'riir, woh in LoiiNvllk' a fow dyn Warder, I). 0, d iiKo. l'v. W. ' IjOtUHVilli, tpunt Friday night with Dr. n-o d - DEATH'S 00INGS. Mrs. J. S. Hockei, wife of tbo presiSam Kout hoIiI n jurk to John IC. Crnh Orohnrd h rather jnty at pri- Hiuijshi an for StSTo mid bought pair of out. liniiit'dUtvly nftor the Kinnd lnp dent of th. First National Bank of this party at M-- h. MonreV whicli eve place, died Saturday morning of tctuuus. tlue imilep for A world of sidneRs is conveyed in that Monroe Motrin, in ma- - rybo ly attended, came a delightful littlo short sentence, for tiio deceased was , ny localities where the L J. is the chinch storm puty at Col. D. (i. Slaugliter'i-,lovely, lovable and loved, not only by U Mhere daucinjr was the chief amiiM-ineii- t pajiei.M" a sewing machine those near and dear to her, hut by all Inully otl'hi meutnl. balance In mime-- 1 ami all were highly entertained by Mr. who knew her, as the possessor of every iiencc of a lick received on bin bead a Sliiughter's interfiling family, tiait that makes her sex of ad few weeks ago. The ondr of the asie at present in oration. Young, with eo much to live' The tnxt!athcrer compliments theiCnib Orchard is the phonograph. It for, nnd with lifo so promising, her! Went Kndus the banner precinct of the takes in everybody and Saturday night death comes with nn overwhelming couutv, there being fewer dclinoucntf, an entertainment wan heM at the rod white mid black, than in anv other di dence ot D. G. Slaughter, when Mr. S. shock to us all and especially to the doting hiisbnnd, loml parents nml loving vision of old Lincoln. not be made a speech and sang, "Gra-shoppCRAB ORCHARD. S'-'l'.'i. er HE N W -- US H COMtS- ,5-- fi 1 well-know- n t, tin-obje- TO THE FRONT Again this week with a magnificent stock of A.Gatliir. here, Saturday and Sunday with hii.x heen h trip vicHon. C. W. tim, hut is nut on tins Mreotrt ncnin. T. K. H. Slier, of .lelheo, wan here Saturday Dr. C. A. Cox jrave n h mil Int week. The SinitliKiniau Literary Soriuty luvt nn open session at the lust Friday evening. The hoimo wm attention wan irowded and the en thti youn people, who uopilt Kivertto ted themselvo with eredit to the We could not do them they jiiticc if we tdioiild attempt to cay Vhavetw home thin; f each piece. jv I.ooIm lit te that lmve about "JOO pupilr each nml tin tiacliir. my they never ' saw ImjBiiiid girl iiiuii'iinxiouft ' tain an edmatiou than the boya ami hi the now have under their tim trol. frii-ner conrt-hoiine Mrn. .f. T. Freomnn and daughter, Mies Nellie, leave on an extended woM ern visit in a few dayH J. A. llntlor, f thoA.&M. Colleyt', Lexinxton, upont It must taken in evidence of greater prosperity, simply inate "pride of character" and patriotism. George Miller Givnns got home from Atlanta 4 Saturday night, bearing tbo titimtstaknble exleruiils of having been a bard worked iinui since he tackled the initl'j market The most doleful jeie-miwould be in contrast with hi gloomy picture nf the outlook la-ad er serio-com- ic for utock-feeder- s. i The many fiiends of Lee Currcy, of Harrodhhiirg, bis msde here during viaiti as a commercial pilgrim, send wannest congratulations to the young lleuvilict. Mrs. Cutrey, nee Cordelia Taylor, was long a resident of Huston-villi- , and weal! know that Lee. though a preeminently dewrving boy, "has out- married himself." Capt. .loe Hiillman has gradually progressed from politician, merchant and lawyer to the high and noble vocation j)f sure enough farmer and the deft manner in which he can bo seen daily swinging a grubbing hoe, or pick and shovel, is enough to convince a few of our chronic CHURCH AFFAIRS. loafer that there is not only protlt but HMiop Thomas t". Dudley will an honor and a Itettn- appetite in n healthy condition o( the preach in the lollege chapel np pa rat us. Itov.T. H.Cook bud o additions at We rejoin to nort Uhler W. L. his ineetiugat Un:iUlef Unrrurd poim-l- . Williams again able to rusnme his work. -- The ifiiilt nf lihtor S. M. Martin' Siiiilre L II. Adams was abed la?t week, Mo, but is ontsgatu, .lames MeKinney bin six wisfcti' meeting at toad in the interest of tin uhh II'.' additions to trw CliriHilau taken the llustouvilltf Koller Mill. Mies Naomi (k ihiitrh. llarrodsburg SatJblinD. llockeMhr. the Standard Forsythe luturned to ..ring. She was uncousciou- - for several Is , r a,Kj beUcr sclocU.d than t.vcr and t assure my customcrs Qf from oil magnate, (rave $1,000,000 lu i p r urday. Miss Lulie I'iile is at home days prior to her death, and was there-- ' a short visit. sey lattie. on prompt servjce, lou- - c.,argc, and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas with Hticmod inlermt, school at . cent gold unable o tell her friend- - that :d !.. , Sue Hector. Linaie Carter, Mary A R PENNY, to the Unlvensity of Chicago in order to was well with her tool, but they did not LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Mac logan wont to LouU" allow "his thntiki to God for his return- (Jolley ami need this assurance. They know thati villeSumlay to hear Pattl. Ore ol the The Detroit Free Press pays: 'Get-tin' their loved one is safe in the arms of her ing health." There ure not many of n. big girl Is much grieved that she can't able to tdiow our gratitude mi bountiful eleett d once aint a sure sign of hav- lJedeeiuer. The funeral services were accout'iHuy the party to hear him. ly. ing the dose lepeated.' held at the Piesbyteriitn church yester Our many hoiscmcn who patronized (LATK ALtXAN'OfcR'S HOTEL. I.uv. .1. M. lira ns rotuinod to hi Mr. .. F. Smith was bore a lev day at 11 o'clock, by Rev. Ben Helm, not home in Maeville Feb. ittd. lie hud the Lexington combination sales are ilnja lat week taking ilsta for a history who preached a touching discourse to it ami prolltwblu exof Garrard county, which ;w ill be pub- large assembly of sonowing fiiends. been in Wejt Virginia preaehiug since n joicing ovei happy periences. Many sales fell wondrously lished in the near future. Jan. .'tli He preached 10 times nml )7o Then the remain- - were conveyed to 512.50 of oilers dcclimsl at home; niau foMvarti to oxpn'N an iuterit on shoil The time foi holding the special Buffalo Cemetery and gently laid away Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Housbids and brought their term of the Gairard Circuit Court is till the resurrection morn, when she will the subject of religiiiu, 12S of whom uni- Juclined best LOUISVILLE, KY. baok, whilst others sold airt and Wednesday, March illh, instead of tho awake in His likeness. ted with the lVeMiyterinn church and Mock left thu remainder. Tone Ilium's ea- - l'Jtii as stated a few days ago. W. R. LOGAN, most if the rcbt with other churches. The nroccfsion to the tomb was one of pacitj tog-- around, and talk a profitable A. W. Jones, J J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. PariKentuekian. largest ever seen here, the neighbor The dog convention, iu session in the Iniyei into a cataleptic state was a reveI lev. George O. Haines writes to Mrs. of the family being joined iu large mini-delold aciUiiintaiiccs New York, is well attended and the many of bio V. G. Welch from New Orleans that he lation to egates are behaving with the utmost hers by relatives and friends from Madi-- , who thought they accredited linn Ids and the troupe are enjoying a visit at Not a member lias been son, Garrard, Boyle and other counties.1 htiftler, but the verdict propriety. GO TO Will'scottage amlthat hehasthe "sweet full merit as a known to take a drink, smoke a cigar, The day was dark, rainy and dnaiy, addnow is thai Tone is a est bab in the woild," which will be take a chew of tobacco or use cus3 words ing additional gloom to the occasion. -- Mrs. J. P. Hide and Mrs. T. L. j lianl to spoil if two doting during the session and in this respect of the ' Altera long illness of are visiting in Covington. and two maiden minli fail to do it. - an improvement upon lungs, William V. Kuban ks, son of l)a- Ittitt has gone to ISurmont, Kas.. the convention Mr. Barnes in undecided about a meet-irpolitical convention of the vul hubanks, died Miuday night in Llie to spend a few mouths with relatives. tlieaveragj in New Orleans, but will try to hold day. year of dis age. A wife, who was Kale Brown showed upafter a few days' one. His address is Heniy Clay AvenClaims ure about to be filed against a miss Hutchinson, of Pulaski, a cousin aloence at Louisville on business ue, cor. St. David street. Chili for about jj'J.OOO.OOO for of the Newlauds here, and one child sur of having been kidnapped by oino poor little The iAJXitigtou Leader tells the Mo by the drunken vivo him. Mr. Kubanks was a member J so- the injuries received fair damsel in this leap year, as many ry of Kev. S. W. i'eeples' dilliculties in A. Mrs. V. A. 0u-le- y, Aineiicrn sulors, who brought on the of tho Christian church and was an lion-- 1 building a Methodist church at Middles-lor- o. licitous friends feaied. war est and upright man. Just befott-- he, near precipitating of Spi ingtield, is visiting her son, .1. row that came When the house was icady for with a sister lepublic. One of the siil died lie expressed both a willingness Taylor. Mi-- s Amanda WYatherford, the roof a Baptist cyclone came along II. Bradfordsville, is visiting Miss Fannie oi claim- - ovei a hundred thousand dot- - and an anxiety to go to the Father and JFielci; oi and blew down part of the walls, lie e claims to have re- exhorted his friends to live so as to meet is lais for fnjiine-liMis. Amanda Baile Lee Harper. went to work and raised tliem again ceived ami others a like sum. The tee- - him in triumph at His right hand. impioviug. when n I'resbyteii.ui cyclone hopped not of the A correspondent writes that Judge What is ihe matter with the farm Union, ol an American minister over Mingo Mountain and leveled them gospel who recently leturned to Louis- - Winston Bowman, of Casey, died on the ' '.' A menibei in Southern again. Hro. People- -, when an Kpico ers' alliance Kentucky is out in an open letter de- ville.and who was in Chili nt the time) '2'A, aged S7. He served as county judge pal fiiend called his sittention to the nouncing the organization a fraud so fur id the row, is that Commander Schley for a number of years ami was looked fact that Providence seemed to be of cheap goods, inachineiy, acted ven imprudently in allowing so upon as the father of his county linan iigainst the Methodists, replied, "Whom ai promises J K. MENEFK to go 011 shore when a cially, - he always guarded the interest A. C.S1MC are concerned. He declares that ho many of his men the Iord loveth he chaiteneth," ami etc., was in progress. He sas of tho county clo-any other man than andotheisare out of pocket $1100 each revolution ngaiu had the walls built up. ami their millennium of rosy promise-n- o these men instigated the row and caused that ever held ollice in it. He was a good neighbor, a kind husband and a nearer realization than "when they all the trouble. The Primary Election. I1T loving lather. May lie enjoy that hap- thing Following is the order of the commit- tlrst began." All ho sees tiro a soft A band of masked men went to thu piuess iu Heaven where trouble and and fat ealaiic for a few grand lodge of tee, made Jan. '.) young widow 111 nirrow is never known. of a hand-nin- e ticer-- , whilst an analysis of diet on whicli bouse A primary election to be held Satin Yienna, tied lier to her bed, saturated Judge Yan B. Young, of the Superi-he- r the boys who furnish the "stull" are beday, March 5, l.v., between the hours of ing fed develops nothing but wind after with oil and burned her. It wa- - to or Court, died Saturday from disease 7 a. m. ami (i i'. m., is called to nominate another crime. suiting from the grip. He was bom in Rough and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Brackets the meringue lin- - been soaped fmin the AtSedalia, Mo., a negio .highway-- 1 Bath, but was living at Mt. Sterling democratic candidates for the otlicea of pie of piomise. Can't be" and Verandah Work. gentleman when elected to the position that he ciicnit court clerk and sheritl of Lincoln The last week's weather enabled man held up and robbed county. The election shall be Cbeld at fanners to pu-- h work most rapidly ami and his wife on their way homo from a filled with fidelity and credit. He uiar-pand then tying the husband with ried a cousin of Mis. K. C. Warren, of the regular voting places in each pre- oatssowinf is the older now with all of cinct, except Stanford prccints I and - who aie not preparing for the corn crop. a rope, outraged the woman. this place and she is a The bet .selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. nbll both vote at the Court Hon-e. The The ground is in plendid condition and Berlin has been the scene of a tn the lato Judge Uobiii-oOilice -- votingshall be viva voce and the names plowing - a delight. Many of our city mnltiioiiBOUtbieik by the -- Four whoae families had and vote recorded in book-- - to be pro- citizens have begun gardening, a few populace for several day- -, which from vilified in tho Blue Grass Blade, vided for that purpose. oven risked Irish potatoes. John Ijeid denunciation of their employers changed been Democrats and ininorM of democratic and Jim Gooile, two ot the early birds, their cry for blood. A battle between i" night Moote, the editor, at Springvale proclivities who will attain their major- have lettuce, under canvas, which is the mob and the police resulted in a Station and held him for sometime, ity byltliy November election, Miall be nearly ready for the table. Dr. number of the latter being -- eriously threatening him with switches and erwi-- e terroii.iug him. He begged the entitled to vote. The otlicers of the elec Brown's disgust with last year's experiAlice' trainmen to protect him and said inpiti in the several piecinct-- shall ccrtilj ence in the horticultural line has led to tton who wits with Lillie John-othe result of the vote in the back of the his garden haung been converted into Mitchell when she cut Freda Waid's nble tones: "Gentlemen, protect me' 1 I have u cold aud near-1- .. and return the same to the s an oats field, prelimimry to its perma- thioat at Memphis, wis admitted to bail am a lone man by the following Monc.ount chairman tin ilk) tlimioli Hi., iwnirt i elearlv Iv havo pneumonia ' I am not armed nent transformation into a timothy meaxhall associate w ithUiiuiHelf one dow. His many friend- - will bear this of the opinion from the euidence that and have not even penknife" Don't day. ho or'more member of the committee and in mind when contemplating a luxuri- she aided and abetted the crime. On ac- leave me here at the mercy of four men'" count and declare the Jresult of the vote. ant garden whicli allordcd a aurplii-- . count of her health alono she was admit- - After holdiug him for an hour and a and for hall, during which they laid the law The ollicers of the election 'slial consist ted to bail. a clerk in each pre It has been discoveied by actual ex of two judges and -- C. F. Bia.ly, a Marion county swin- - down to him, the editor promised to Caatotim ctirwi Colic, Ootmtlpatlon, CaitorlaUxo writ adapfdtochiMrrn that peilinent that camphor trees ilouri-- h dler, was arrested a ho was leaving tho' mend his way- - nml not attack private. clnct. Sour Sumiach, PUrrbci-a- . Eructation, I rrcommend it aj sunor to any prescription m , and giow rapidly in Florida. There are Kill. Worm, glvi hlwp, and promote II. A. ARCI1IR. M. 1).. State on a warrant sworn out by a man character again. Ho then signed a pa-Innnilnm." The meanest man that has jet shown trees near Tampa as large as orange I Without injurious miMicatloo. IU So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, K, Y. whom he was trying to defraud, ami or per apologizing for any wrong he had' The camphor up in Atlanta n the one who cut oil' his trees. like the. gum from these trees Japan than .lured to ia I. to stay till 1m paid the done too rans peopio ami wits perniii- from Tbb CcjrrAim Cojipakt, 7! Murray Str"t, M. Y wife's hair while he was asleep and China. . The odor from the leaf is like Ho paid it .Unit night and ted to depiut. It is said that Moore will puwned it for whisky. This is one of camphor. This will in a fow years debt. Ohio, leaving ninny sad move his paper to Cincinnati, us lie cun the allegations made In a recent divorco doubtles become an industry in our It- shipped to mourn liisldeparturo. set no out Ht Lexington to print it. creditors to aly. .suit. Journal. hi-fe- w ht ht-ho- j - main-ttiuiu- g pespi-rator- y ht. Sitting on a Sweet Potato Vine," which wns reproduced,!!! fine stvle. Mr. J. C. Lewis and wife have charge of it. The writer, accompanied by Mrs. Dr. Cooper and Mrs. W. l:. Dilliou and family, of Stanford, nns permitted to enjoy the hospitality of Forest Home, at Dilliou, on Friday and Saturday, where lots of fresh fish were on baud and of course weie very much enjoyed. When you want to be grandly entertained, go to Dilliou. Mr. mid Mrs. K. li. Davis, of that place, socio to be serenely hnppy and will soon be keeping house, when they will be pleased to entertain their friends in u pleasant way. Mr. S. U. Bailey, of Mercer, spent several days with his brother, Mr. J. U. Bailey. Hon. D. B. Kdmiston camo home Saturday, looking perfectly natural. Mr. Holdam Stuart ami Mr Win. McHoberts, of Pittsburg, spent Sunday in Crab Orchard. Mr. Stuart came home on a visit, Mi. McKobeils came to see w I'll we will let him Miss tell who, but we can compliment Mr. McHoberts on his taste. Mr. Biireh, of Stanford, is visiting his Mrs S. A. Higgins. Mr. Hubert Fish, of Mt. Vernon, was here Friday. Mrs. J. F. Hold-awitit to Lotiisvill" Monday to hepr Pattiaing. Sim will be jcened there by her t.iMr, Mrs. F. A. r, of No rod , who will accompany her home. The wife of Mr. J. S. King is quite sick Mr. Ike IIrrin is out in the mountains buying up cattle. The Messrs. ((xlman.of Anderson, hid., are here for the pui -. of taking home some Jergrand-mothem Z-d- whose hearts bleed t inconsolable sorrow. From the Kast, every garment guaranteed to fit and made of material May the Loid temper the blow und fithat will give nally the loved ones in a "land that is fairer than day" and where partings and sorrows are unknown. Mrs. Hocker was Miss Sallie Dmny, daughter of A. II. and Pauline Lackey And at prices to which none can object. We have also added to our Denny, of Garrard county, and they and.! it sister, Mrs. Mattio Duncan, ami a broth er, iIr. h. (J. Denny, survive tier. Beared in the nuituiv and admonition of A line of Choice Henriettas, Bedford Cords, Chevron Cords, Armenian Serge and liroad Cloths, all in the new Spring shades and very the Lord, she embraced religion at an early age and joined tho Presbyterian low and desirable. chinch, to which ahe was devotedly at- Don't forget that we arc headquarters for all classes of White Goods tached to the end. Liberally educated and Laces and our new stock of Gents' Ties can not be surpassed. and highly accomplished, she was a great favorite in society und her company as a young lady was greatly sought. The man, whoso very heart strings aie now torn in grief nt her loss, laid successful seige to her young heart and on the 27th of November, 1SSS, they weie made one after God's holy ordinance, and no couple, ever began life together with brighter hopes or fairer prospects-I- t was a love niRtch, in which each sna"' k'ccP constantly on During the year 1892 I (SWi'SSv peemed to increase in love for tho other stock ol as the years went by. In due season n hand a full and complete little child came to bless the union and then annthei little girl was added to the happy uiuily, in which all was light ami o fVJ 1 joy and love. But cruel death this scene of earthly happiness and tent &r 1"lOTl ' J ' disease to mar and destroy the picture., My stock of Attacked first by rheumatism, which si-i- er, brother and with an almo-- -i SATISFACTION SPRING DRESS GOODS Ja o HUGH Ex M A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER, Drug's and S1R " rvtT-iv-siJx- dmmwm Toilet Articles TDo-Jvi-f-- ed vLOj PfV Glass, Books, JKW33I.HV ::ul!: CLOCKS lud. Uiiu-aite- r Mit-M'- ' TlfflR WTlULA ' i THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Rates Per Day. e, IB Manager. t 1 world-beate- r. Cai-jient- er grand-paren- ts Mis-Hett- -- ab-ce- ie s- i- g J. J 3 FOR FOSTER and in-st- -- j f Kv7C s Oats, Clover Seed, 11 I And all kinds of ' GARDEN SEEDS. & DEALERS a- j er - SINE MENEFEE, SMi DOORS SEP BLMDS. 11 ait WOVEN Wm23 AITS SLAT FE1TOI. grand-daughte- r -- ' -- u. and Yard Depot Street, Pari-me- n, ... Stanford, Ky. d j u, poll-book- ! ' 11 teHrWdrfl Infants Children. - I U- - 1 ' - JJ o Semi-WeeklVOL. XX. WLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. y Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. MARCH 1.1892. HUSTONVILLE. ' NO.l CRAB ORCHARD. hu DEATH'S DOINGS. iir Sain Hunt sold a jack to John 1C. Crab Orchard is rather gay at Your correspondent visited Corbin un for ::75 nnd bought a pair of ent. Immediately after the giand leap and Woodbine Saturday. Corbin is eer- jcur party at MrH. Moore's, which ve- tainh tho boom town ot Kastern Ken Hue mules for '2'2". - ryboily attended, came a delightful lit t lc Monroe Morris, t. in mattuky nt ' The llshingreaeon for suckers has nyloealitii'H w hero the L.I. is the chinch Morm rty at Col. D. (J. Slaughter' COVthShaving pttijer.a? a sewing machine agent, U where danciiur was the chief amusement opened ami the fishermen art' tniiton good time now. Fifd Davis Itudly on" hi meutnl. balance in eotwe-- 1 nnd all weie highly entertained by Mr. caught u Hucki'r n few days ago that itieuce of a lick received on his head a Slaughter's inteivstiug family, in The woud'T of the aire at pre.-ufew weeks ago. weighed five pounds. Thu coninliiiicnH the i Crab Orchard is the phonograph. It J.O. Malum visited hi hither at Again this week with a magnificent stock of i l' I me I. esi ennui .1.. imnncr precinct, 01 ine takes in everybody and Saturday night death comes Pleasant View, last week. M. A. Moore, with an overwhelming our sheriir. was in Louisville n few days county, there beiti" fewer delinquents, tin eiileitainineut was held at the resi- shock to ns all and especially to the dotago. Kev. W. J. Warder, I). P, f white nnd hlnek, than in any other di dence ol I). G. Slaughter, when Mi. S. ing husband, fond parents and loving Ixwisvlllo, epent Friday night with Dr. vision of old Lincoln. It must not be made a speech and hang, Sitting mi a Swent I'otuto Vine," which brother and sister, whose hearts bleed From the Kast, every garment guaranteed to fit and made of material taken as evidence of greater prosperity, A. Giitlill'. with an almost inconlablo sorrow. Mrs. J. T. Freemnn and daughter, simply inate "pride of character" nnd was reproduced,!!! fine stvle. Mr. J. C. that will gi e May the Lord temper the blow and fiLewis and wife have charge ol it. Miss Nellie, leave on mi extended west- patriotism. the loved ones in a "land The writer, accompanied by Mrs. nally Ucorge Millei (livens got home from ern vi.iitin a few days. J. A. Ihttler, of that is fairer than day" and where partthe A. A: M. College, Lexinxton, spent Atlanta l.i- -t Saturday night, bearing tlio Dr. Cooper and Mis. W. U. Dillion and ings ami sorrows are unknown. Saturday Hiid Sunday with friends here. unmistakable externals of having been family, f Stanford, was permitted to Mrs. Hocker was Mi.-- s Sallie Denny, n, a hard worked man since he tackled the enjoy thu hospitality of Forest Home, at htm been a grip Hon. C. V. daughter of A. 15. and Pauline Lackey And at prices to which none can object. We have also added to our hut is out on the streotn matin. T. miito markit The must doleful jere- Dillion, mi Friday and Saturday, where Denny, of Oarranl county, and they nnd.! in contrast lots of fresh fish were on hand and of K. H. Silor, of Jellico, was here Satur- miad would be n inter, Mrs. Mattie Duncan, and ii broth day Dr. C. A. Cox gave us a cult last with hi gloomy picture of the outlook cour-- c were very much enjoyed. When er, Mr. S. C. Denny, survive her. Bearyou want to be grandly entertained, go for stock feeders. line of Choice Henriettas, Hcdford Cords, Chevron Cords, Armenweek. ed in the nil rt u iv. and admonition of A The many friends of Lee Currey, of to Dillion. Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Davis, of the The SiuHliPuniau Literary Sioty ian Serge and Uroad Cloths, all in the new Spring shades and very-loLoid, she embraced religion at an gne an open session at the courMioiiM Harrodsburg, bus mmlo here during his that place, seem to be serenely happy early age and joined thu Presbyterian and desirable. h.st Iritlay evening. The house was few visits as a commercial pilgrim, send and will soon be keeping house, when chinch, to which she was devotedly atcrowdid and the ery best attention was wai must conurutulatloiiH to the younc they will be pleaded to entertain their tached to the end. Liberally educated Don't forget that we arc headquarters for all classes of White Goods friends in a pleasant way. and Laces and our new stock of Gents' Ties can not be surpassed. given to thu young people, who acquit- P.eiiodiet. Mrs. Currey, neo Corth-lianil highly accomplished, ehw was a Mr. S. H. liniley, of Mercer, spent ted thetnselviH with credit to the msIiooI Twylor, was long a resident of Huston great fnorito in society and her compatliey represent. We could not do them vllle. urn! weal! know that Lee, though several days witli his brother, Mr. J. It. ny ns a young lady was greatly sought. Ilniley. Hon. D. H. Kdmi-to- n camo if we should attempt to tayJ a preeminently deserving hoy, "bus man, whoso very heart strings aie home Saturday, looking perfectly nat- The Wi- have two MOini" tiling of each piece. laid sucnow tnin in grief nt her Ciipt. .lite Hutlmaii has eriulunlly ural. Mr. Hohlam Stuart and Mr. Win. .sc l.ools h( le that have nbout oW pupil cessful seiue to her young heart and on from politician, merchant end Mel.oberts, of Pittsburg, spent Sundiiv each and tin- teachi n my they never progrrs-e27th of November, 1SSS, they weie in Crab Orchard. Mr. Stuart came home the n lavvyei to the high and noble saw boj sand girl iiioicnuxiou tit made one alter (iod's holy ordinance, an education than the boyn and sure enough farmer and the deft manner on a viit, Mi. MclJobeits came to see and no couple ever began life together well we will let him tell who, girls the now have under their con in which he can be stvn daily swinging Miss with brighter hopes or fairer priwpectsJ a grubbing hoe, or pick and shovel, is but we can compliment Mr, McliOherts trol. It was a lovi- match, in which each enough to convince a few of our chronic on bin tnbte. Mr. lliireh, of Stanford, is shall keep constantly on During the year 1892 I CHURCH AFFAIRS. his griinriitiolrirr, Mrs S. A. seemed to uiciease in love tor tho other hand a full and complete loafer that there Is not only profit but stock of a Hfggins. Mr. Kghert Fish, of Mt. Ver- as the j ears went by. In due appetite in Dndley will an honor sii'i a Thomas little child came to bless the union and a healthy condition of the pespi non, was lieiv I'ridny. Mia. J. F. Hohlpreach in tin ollego clMpel then uiinthc! little girl was added to the LmiUvillM to lte. T. H. Cook had 13 additions at ratory apparatus. to report lihler W. L. am wnt to She will be Monday thereiiesi happy family, iu which all was light and by I'attising. jo'iied We rejoice hi- - meeting nt LinaUle, Oarmrd couu- joy and love. But cruel death Williams again able to resume hi- - work. heratetr, Mrs. F. A. Zlh r, of No of earthly happiness la- -t week, Inl. who will lu'conipanv lit r ttiis tcenu mar and destroy the and sent The irsnlt of IJMer S. M. Martin's Squire L. II. Adams was abed picture. to McKiuuey lias home. The wife of Mr. J. S. King is bix we ks' muetiiiK at Hieiimonri, Mo, but inoulagftiu. .Limes My stock of which Attacked llict bv lheumati-tlutun-f- l of the ijuite sick. Mr. Ike Hrrin is out in tin if.L'ii.1 lif.r tnllmruil titir.i was 11'--' additions to the ChrirUinu taken the iod in the ... nun., 1m. r inti1 .unu..v.. "" Hustomille Holler Mill. MUs Natmi mnitutAius buying up cattle. The Mess- and the end & ihlirch. mine after a week of suf Harrodsburg SatInd., are lotiirucd For J.hu D. ItockeWler. the Standard urday.theMiss Lulie to is at home from rs. Oodmau, of Anderson, home sonmhere fering. She was uiicouscioiis for several Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure mv customers of Jerfor the pmi-.t- j of taking Itifle oil imignate. jpive $t,COO,00) In .' pi r ,.,... ,., davs iirior to her death, and was there-- 1 ....:,,.. ..... .... a i. i uiujJi sci vn.t, iu at biiicaster on a short visit. sey cattle. iiiiu Luuueua 11- (.aiwujiii, mi, iiiu.uad t.jre unable to tell her fiiend- - that all cent gold lmiuU. with accrued interest, school A. R. PENNY. Hector. Lixzie Carter, Mary Dalton in charge. was well with her mill, but they did not to tho I'niverelty of Chicxuo in order to Misses Sue Mae LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. went to Louis(Jotl'ey and nhow "Ids thanks, to Ood for hN returnneed thi- - assurance. They know that hear P.itti. Ore of the The Detroit Free I'rewi mys: ''Get- - their loved onu issafu iu the arms of her ing health." There are not many of u ville Sunday to M big girls is much grieved that she can't tin' elect ! once able to show our gratitude to bountiful aint a sure sign of hav Kedeemer. The funeral services wete party to hear him. aivoiiiiiaiiy the ing the dose lepeated." held at the Piesbytcrian church yester Our many horsemen who patronized (LATK ALEXANDER'S H0TE1,.'. Uev. .1. M. Kthiw rutuniwl to hi Mr. ',. V. .Smith was here a few day at 11 o'clock, by Key. Ben Helm, sales are not dajs latt week taking dnui for n history who preached a touching discourse to a home in Maysville Feb. 1KM. He had the Lexington combination AND happy and profitable ex- ol Garrard county, been in WJt Virginia preaching inc rejoicing ovei winch. will be pub- large assembly of sorrowing Mends. perience. Many sales fell woudrously lished In the near future. Hay. Jan. Mb. He prcsehed tO times nnd 17o Then the remain- - were conveyed to S2.50 shoit of otlor- - declined at home: main The lime (! holding the special Btitialo Cemetery and gently laid away Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-HouscMine forward to exprvt an iuteiest on best bids and brought their term of the Garrard Circuit Court till the resurrection morn, when she will the subject of religion, 12S of whom uni- Jecllned LOUISVILLE, KY. rtock buck, whilst other fold part and March Dili, instead ol the awake in His likeue .. with the I'renbyturian church and ted 11 nun's left the remainder. Tone W. R. LOGAN, Manager. few day-- ago. 12th as stated most of the ieit with other churches. The procef-io- n to the tomb was one of to g t around and talk a prolitable A. W. Jones, J J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, .Clerks. rariKentuckian. The dog convention, in aession in the largest ever seen here, the neighbors buyei into a cataleptic Btate was a reveKev. licorgeO. IldineswrittiatoMrs. New York, is well attended and the del- of the family being joined iu large mini-to many of bio old aciuaiuta!ices y'. O. Welch from New Orleans that ho lationthought they accredited him egates are with the utmost her- - by relatives and friends from Mndi-- , who a visit at nnd the troupe are enjoying Not a member has been son, Garrard, Boyle and other countie-- . piopriety. - GO merit as a litMler. but the verdict cottage and that ho has the "sweetWill's known to take a drink, smoke a cigar, Thu day was dark, rainy and dreniy, add- . now is that Tone is a additional gloom to the occasion est bab in the win Id," which will be take a chew of tobacco or use cus? words -- Mrs. J. 1. Hille and Mrs. T. L. -- Altera long illness of hard to spoil if two doting of the during the session and iu this reppect visiting in Covington. mid two maiden aunts fail to do it. the convention - an improvement upon lungs. William YV. Kubanks, son of DaButt has gone to Buimont, Kns., Mr. Barnes is undecided about a nicotpolitical convention of the vid Kubanks, died Sunday night iu the to spend a few mouths with relatives. the averagj ic,: in New Orleans, but will tr to hold .ilth year of dis age. A wife, who was day. up after a few days' Brown one. Hib address is Henry Clay Aven- Kale Claims are about to be tiled against a miss Hutchinson, of 1'ulaski, a cousin in absence at Louisville on ue, cor. St. David street. Chili for about ?',000,000 for of the Newlands here, and one child sur stead of having been kidnapped by ome poor little The iA'xington Leader tells the Mo-rInjuries received by the drunken vive him. Mr. Kubauks was a member f.dr damsel in this leap year, as many so- the of l.cv. S. W. IVeples' dillicultic- - in who brought on the of the Christian churcl; and was an honfeaied. Mrs. V. A. Owt-le- y, Aiiiencin sidors, building a Methodist church at Middles-bor- o. licitous friends low that came near precipitating a war est and upright man. Just before he of Spiingtleld, is visiting her son, .1. When the house was ready for lepuhlic. One of the died he expre-M-- d both a willingneps H.Taylor. Mi-- s Amanda Weatherford, with a a hundred thousand dol- - and an anxiety to go to the Father and the root n Baptist c clone camo along ors claim-ovlis JFicld; Bradford-villis visiting Miss Fannie and blew down part of the walls. Ho oi lais for tnjiine- - lie claims to nave re- exhuited his friends to live - as to meet Mr.--. Amanda Bailev went to work and raised tiem again Lee Harper. ceived and others a like sum. The him iutriuinph at His right hand. impioviug. hopped when a I'resbyteiian cyclone 01 nn American minister of the A writes that Judge matter with the farmWhat over Mingo Mountain and leveled them Winston Howniau, of Casey, died on the gospel wlio recently leturned to ers' alliance ? A member in Southern again. Bro. IVeples, when an Kpi-c- o who was in Chili at the time Ukl, aged S7. He served as county judge Kentucky is out in an open letter depal fiiend called his attention to the of tiie row, is that Commander Schley foru number of years and was looked nouncing the organization a fraud so far fact that Providence seemed to be imprudently in allowing so upon a- - the father of his county linan- a promises of cheap goods, machineiy, acted ven J .V.MEN'EFEB against the Methodists, replied, "Whom many of his men to go on shore when a cully, a- - he always guarded the interest j A C. SINE etc., are concerned. He declares that ho the Ixml loveth he chasteiietb," and thau nny other man revolution was in pi ogress. He mijs of tho county ulo-andotheisure out of pocket t:!(0 each ngain had the walls built up. row and caused, that ever held ollice in it. He was rind their millennium of rosy promises these men instigated the good neighbor, a kind husband and a all the trouble. no nearer realization than "when they The Primary Election. insr loving lather. May lie enjoy that hap Following is the order of the commit- first began." All he sees are a soft thing A baud of masked men went to the niuess iu Heaven where trouble and fat ealaiie- - for a few giand lodge offhand.-om- e tee, made Jan. '.). young widow in Mirrow is never known. icer-, whiNt an analysi-o- f dieton whicli house of a Judge Van H. Voting, of theSupc A primary election to be held SaturVienna, tied her to her lied, the boy- - who furnish the "utull" are bere- day, March T., lMt'J, between the hours of ing ted develops nothing hut wind after her with oil and burned hei. It wa- - to or Court, died Saturday from called to nominate He was hoin in, crime. from the grip. 7 A. M. and 0 e. m., is Rough and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Brackets the meringue ha- - been scraped fnuii the avenue another Mo., a negio .highwaythe otlices ot democratic candidate.-fo- r Kith, but was living at Mt. Sterling' he"' pie of piomise. Can't robbed a gentleman when elected to the position that lie and Verandah Work. circuit court clerk and shorill of Lincoln The last week's weather enabled man held np and county. Tho election shall be gheld at farmers to pu-- h woik most rapidly and and his wife on their way homo from a filled with fidelity and credit. He mar- tying tho husband with ried a cousin of Mis. It. C. Warren, of t the regular voting places in each oatssowini' is the Older now with all pui and then r and of a lope, outraged the woman. The hct selected .stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. exeunt Stanford nrceint- this place and she is a who ale not preparing for the corn crop. e. Tho Judge ltobinson. Bhall both vote nt tho l'erlin lias been the scene of a tu the late Tho ground is in plendid condition and - - Ollice votingshall be viva voce and the names plowing - a delight. Many of our city tnultuousoutbreik by the Four Pari- - men, whoje families had tun! vote- - recorded in book- - to be procitizens have begun gardening, a few populace for several dnys which from vided for that purpose. of their employers changed been vililled in the Mine Grass Wade, oven risked Irish potatoes. John leid denunciation Democrats and minors of democratic and Jim Uoode, two of the early birds, their cry for blood A battle between cimrht Moore, the editor, at tfpringvale . who will attain their major- have lettuce, under canvas, which is proclivitic-the mob and the police resulted in a Station and held him for sometime, November election, shall be ity byjthe nearly ready lor tho table. Dr. number of the latter being eriously threatening him with switches and terrorizing him. He begged the to vote. The ollicer- - of the elec Brown's disgu-- t with lu- -t year's experi entitled wounded. Johu-oin the several precincts hall certity ence in the horticultural Hue has led to was with Alice trainmen to protect him and said in pitiwho tion l.illie the result of the vote in the back of the his garden having been converted into Mitchell when she cut Freda Waril's able tones. "Gentlemen, protect me' I. and return the same to the an oats Held, preliinlinry to its perma- thio.it at Meinphi-- , was admitted to bail am a lone man ! I have a cold aud near- -' oountv chairman by the following Mon-du- nent transformation into a timothy mea- in 110,000, though the court is clearly ly have pneumonia ' I am not armed Don't peuknife who shall associate withlhlinself onu dow. His many friend- - will be.ir this of the opinion from the euidence that and have not even members of the committee and in mind when contemplating a luxuri- she aided and abetted the ci ime. On ac- leave me here at the mercy of four men"' or more count and declare the Jresult of the vote. ant garden which allorded a surplus. count of her health ahmo she was admit- After holding him for an hour and a for half, during which they laid the law The otlicers of the election 'shall consi.-- t ted to b.iil. to a clerk iu each pre him, the editor promi-e- d discoveied by actual ex It has been of two judges and C. F. lirady, a Marion county sum dow n to cures Onlle, Oontlpatlon, ... . .n.,.1. ..:...... . 'CtorlatM well drUchililrrri that pel intent that camphor trees tlouri-- h Diarrbna. Eructation, clnct. dler, was arrested as lie wa- - leaving tlio' menu ins way.- ;iuu mn .w- I recommend it a uerior to any prescriUon gives bleep, and promote. nnd grow rapidly iu Florida. There are ICtuitnrla by a man character again. Ho then signed a pa It. A. Archer, M. I)., on a warrant sworn out known to me" The meanest man that has jet shown trees neat Tampa its large a- - orange injurious medication. lit So. Oxford St., UrooUyn, If, Y. whom be was trying to defraud, and or- -' per apologizing for any wrong he had one who cut oil his trees. Tho camphor from these trees up in Atlanta is the 77 Murray Street, M. Y. Thk Cttrtxvti thu gum from Japan than dereil to jail, to stay till ho paid the .done the Paris people and was permit like wife's hair while she was arileep and China.. The odor ft am the leaf is like la said that Moore will He paid it .that night and ted to depatt. It debt. pawned it for whisky. This is one of camphor. This will in a few years shipped to Ohio, leaving many sad move his paper to Cincinnati, as he can the allegations made In a recent divorce dnubtles become an industry in our It get no one at Lexington to print it. creditors to mourn hisldepartiue. aly. suit. Journal. i J pre-en- well-know- n nt I1- . Mrs. J. S. Hocker, wife of tho p'epi- -i dent of th First National Bank of this place, died Saturday morning of tetanus, A world of subiess is conveyed in that! suori sentence, for thu rleceascu was lovely, lovablo and loved, not only by those near and dear to her, hut by all who knew her, as the possessor of every trait that makes her sex the object of adoration. Voting, with so much to live for, nnd with life so promising, iter HE NEW CA! -- )i alUiui TO THE FRONT SATISFACTION "Ura-shopp- er I j b L-- vie-tu- seiio-com- ic -- SPRING DRESS GOODS w a m-ti- ee out-marri- ed - him-clf- ." Ja W HUGHES. lo-- s, - d ob-tol- - I - vif-itio- l!i-h- on l. Ik-H- main-tiinln- g liL ed t. ihs-'as- e A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER m &,. Drugs and Toilet Articles Glass, Books, Paints. Oils, & Stationery. CX.OCKS i... i- v- -4 I j i n, I i.t-i.- luv-nj.- .- WiiTCHES, jEWEijenr tt t.... I THE) tmr jLJLilJLicm. Per THOROUGHLY RENOVATED IMPROVED. e, IB Kates 1 hi-f- ull ' :- TO world-beater- i iu grand-paren- ts ah-ce- Mit.-Bett- s- io $. 3B FOR FOSTER of ami hii-bie- ss -- y Seed Oats, Clover Seed, Ami all kin si-t- er -ill ei e, ot tes-tinio- corre.-ponde- nt I.ouis-ville.a- nd GARDEN SEEDS j sr SINE OSflSH, DOORS j & MENEFEE, dealers MD BLISDS. di-ea- se Ati-edali- a, pre-f-lne- t. woven wm:s 1 grand-daughte- ad slat .fextci:. Court-Hou-- -- and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. d -- otli-erwi- -- n, I poll-boo- 11 WfcMNM Infants and Children. Comi-an- t, .... -- 1 1 ii van-Stat- e ?'" l Jr.Vs ,. .i v ll M Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal - Stanford, Ky , March 1, The president has sent n mepsnge to A Huston cure for drunkenness is JcnoB J. Soulk Smith seems to bo masCongrogs recommending a liberal appro Lexington. ter of the nituation In Lexington. The to be established at It is Bid that no less than 300 per piiation for the World's Fnir. Falcon is a pretty amiable bird until you way, then its sons wero drowned duriug the storm oil' j wrong 1S92 rub its feathers the powerful claws are truly great in their Oporto Saturday. , 4 6 ? If) W. F. WALTON. Col, Johnson, of the Frankfort Capital, has GcorRO V. Howell & Co., down fine when he says "They never did u favor to any newspaper publisher in the world without a 30 per cent, profit was in sight. Their newspaper directory conn s dangerously near being a blackmailing affair, and its ratiugs of newspaper circulation are notoriously unjust. The paper paying the most money is apt to get the best rating." The Intkmok Jouh-Nhas long since ceased to do business with the firm or to notice any of its .numerous requests of various kinds. Its good or ill will canuot effect our business in the slightest particular. Nearly all advertising agents are skintlinta, with whom we do not care to deal. There is but one little ad. from au advertising agent in this paper and there will be none when its time is out. Mi destructive power. key with him. It won't do to mon- -- 1 business house adjoining, owned by seph Jefferson, was consumed. The to- - j congressman. tal loss was about SooO.OOO. To'any one buying a I lb. can Baking Powder, price 50c, The New York, Pa , match works, he will give a beautiful piece of Decorated Qiiccnswarc. Undeii the new constitution Gov. Mich purhave been sold to the Brown will have the appointment of valued ot $50,000, chaser will be entitled to guess how many hen eggs fill the Gourd. for $200,000. Judge Young's successor till the regular Diamond Match Companyin order to get The party guessing nearest the number will be presented with a beau The large pi ice was paid election next November. The court will tiful Water Set, worth $3. A A. WARRKN. the factory into the match trust. not be abolUhed till Sept., 1SJ,. $1,097.08 to It cot the government THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. bnry Congressman Houk, of Tennessee. The outrageous bill includes a large sum The Hou-Committee on Circuit for photographs and a stenographer, Com ts reported favorably a bill permitol while the casket is charged up at $1,400. nilAinCrram of Tarter Haling 1' ' ler HighestUc- leavening MreilRth I S ting vfrnmenl or more of a jury to It is rumored that tho L. & N. has port, Aug. 17, i8i return a verdict in civil cases. Large and Fresh Stock of purchased tho Kentucky Midland, and Both'bodies of tho Legislature took early date, begin building it will, at an KEEP YUUR EYE a junket to Lexington to see how the through Bourbon and Bath counties and State College was comjngon and thereby on through the mountains to Pound ON added to tho great expense to the tax- Gpp. payers by which the institution is mainGeorge S. Moore, the pig irou comOnion Sets, Deans, 'ens, &c, in bulk. All kinds of package seeds: Hill men, having as they think tained. Thk mission merchant and secretary of tho Senator J. S. Hargis, of Jackson, Cumberland Vallev Colliery Compauy, also Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks, Shovels, Picks, Grub Hoes and demonstrated in their snap judgment convention that their man is first and Breathitt county, representing tho ttlth has suddenly left Louisville, with his Mattocks. Cleveland nowhere iuOCew York, begin district of the State, died suddenly in fin?inopn in a vpiv taticled if not in a Collars, Hamcs, Collar Pads, Trace Chains, Dridles, Halters, &c. to realize that they have "bit otl moro his room at Frankfort, from cholera mor- criminal condition. than they can chaw." Their action at bus, caused by vegetables eaten at the A combination of colors that would & Albany has not produced the enthusi- Lexington banquet. do service as a kaleidoscopic vie w was While the journal of the House was formed at Ironton, O., Tuesday, by the Round-hous- e, asm for Hill they intended it should and feeling that it will take time and a great being read this morning, Mr. Halbert marriage of Pearly Brown, a scarlet woamount of persuasion to change the pulled off his boots and warmed his man, to Walter Green, a negro waiter. democratic heart from Cleveland to Hill, feet before the fire. If this kind of Owensboro Inquirer. they are now begging for time and im- thing is tolerated the Legislature is liaThomas Corbett was shot and killed I lames, land Saws, ploring that the other State conventions ble to get itself in. bad odor. Lebanon in Louisville by Mike Brophy. The Key II Me Stws, be put off as long as possible. Their Enterprise. Horse Shoes, without provowas apparently It is stated that Speaker Moore has murder indecent haste saems to have returned Horse Shoe Nails, Axes. Hatchets, Brophy is a man of notorication and 1 Iamtncrs, to plpgue them and their appeal should declared he will never call He made his esHorse Hrushcs, ously bad character. receive the same treatment as they gave Myers to the chair becausa last year cape after the assassination. Drnccs. Dits, Curry Combs, the protest of the democrats who Speaker Myers never called Mr. Moore OR Drawing Knives, Hojj Ringers, The governor of Tennessee has convention a to the chair. We hardly believe that thought the Spirit Levels. n nondescript convict on the apHojj Kinjj, tho Speaker is small enough to have mistake. Let it be promptly tabled. Planes. Mattocks, plication of 13 physicians, who declared Steel Traps, made such a remark, even if he is little Shovels, Spades, their inability to determine what sex the Mouse Traps, Hahvky Mykks can always be depend- enough to conveive such intention. convict is, and that there is no suitable Forks, Hay Knives, Sand Paper, ed upon to score a good point. Mr. The present House of Representafoin QTDAVPTi ville " pasture near Oan-or it. Trace Chains, Lap Kings, Repair Links, 1 Sims, chairman of the judiciary commit- tives is composed of 5 i.firmers, IS law place to confine him, her aU.ut trn ilayi Urt I ULI Middles-borago, one large Uck Sw unmarked Any inforRiley Douglass, one of the A Nice line Cutlery pre- yers, (5 merchants, 4 doctors, f teachers, Rope, Twine, Dog Collars. tee, inflated with ot her u ill lic thankfullv received. A D mation policemen on trial for the lynching Root. 1.0 sented a resolution with uumerous and 2 clerks, 2 tobacco dealers, 1 warehouser has been ac McKraTsrE-sSTA1KMF.NT OF THE sundry "whereases" that in tho' future man, 1 contractor, 1 printer, 1 lumber of Raesimus last summer, case against another of the every day person should be dealer, 1 bauker, 1 hotel keeper, 1 me- quitted. Tho no common, dismissed and the Lincoln Co. Building & Savings Association permitted to address the Uoumj iu com- chanic, 1 stock dealer, 1 journalist, 1 alleged lynchers was continued till next court. other mittee of tho whole. Mr. Myers did civil engineer and 1 liveryman. PoliticSTANrOltl), KY , Tho stockholders of the Pinuvill not fancy this effort of the created to ally it stands as follows: Democrats, 70; Ixjuisvillo Saturday Ofluein Farmer Kan I, Trust Co will on Jan. put itself above the creators and in a Republicans, 17, aud Farmers' Alliance Company met in 1st, lift, and ratified the deal by which all the telling1 speech showed that the people or People's Party, 1!J. ed holdings of the company are to he Issue Another Series of Stock. at all times should be heard by their l)KM KR IN- to the Southern Ijind A ImproveNEWSY NOTES. representatives. He therefore moved to Any onoMrelinga ,fe Investment would do ment Company, composed of Minneapo- well to investigate. table the resolution and the motion preWeekly payments 5 cents lla made more J. Toms has been appointed pott- - lis capitalists. than per cent. since organisation, hnahles men vailed, though the negative vote showed master at Lebascus, Casey county. bo of limited means to wcurc a home. Money to loan W. J. Knott, who seduced under that there are quite a number of solons Dr. L. P. Walter, of Louisville, has gus marriages three of William McCau-ley'- s nil jroo.1It real eitalr. S II I. DARST, MlASKS, they are too good to be adwho think II. C. KARRIS. be'm indicted at Bowling Green as a J. S. HUC.HKS, dauchters, in Mariou county, has W. A TKIIIilI.1-:dressed by common folks. N. MKNKKKK. traveling empiric. J II. IIAUGH.MAN, JOS. SKVKRANCK run oil' by tho vigilantes. It is been J K. PEYTON At Cairo, III., Ellen Orange was sen- - siihl Mint he is the father of the child ThK third time proves the charm for President; tenceu to tne penitentiary lor m years which Mrs. Ulrich palmed off on her JOS. SEVERANCE. MM AN the law's vindication in the case of Sc'y; J II II A UC. Our stock of Men's, Joys' and Ladies' Shoes was for killing her husband. W. M. II ItlClir, Treasurer. Lancaster, in Tennessee, convicted husband as her own. Fourteen lives were lost by the sinkthree times of the heinous crime of cut"Pull your d n rope," was Dick ting off a negro's head, which he con- ing of the British ship Forest King in Pullin's answer to the mob at Marsh-fielcealed in a sack and sunk in n creek. the North Sea, Saturday. Mo., that asked him if he was utiliI Will tell at public, auction, on Dan Royalty, a fireman on the Louis ty of attaching a coupling pin to the neck The court of appeals has each time until the last found some technicality on ville Southern, had both his leg cut off of a child and throwing it in a pond. The THURSDAY. MARCH 1892 We which to order u new trial. But no flaw by his train at Harrodnburg. command was obeyed and Pullin was At the late reuderce of John (!. Sa Ith, deed , all Than now SaTWc buy them direct from the manufacturers. thf personal estate, consisting t follow At Little Valley, N. Y., Bobert E. soon a hideous corpse. can give you a better Shoe for the money than can be found else could be found iu the third conviction, Two bruod Marcs, a large wagon Horses, . young Hort t even with a legal microscope and the Marsh, of Buffalo, was kicked to death Luther Benson, tho Hoosier apostle old Mule, r6 headiiIch youriic ti.arr, i largpj.fcar where. of Cattle, Cow., Ilcifci aud court has reluctantly affirmed the ver- for making a remark about a young wo- of temperance, is getting over a drunk at earlingj, i nice )Oung Hull, 6 Hogs, nice black llerkthirca With a lot of jounj; piK, i good dict of death and fixed a date in April man.Gov. McKinney has sigued a Cincinnati sanitarium, and Bob nearly new, i buKk'J Rake, t new llrrakuii; the if the governor of the humor Sulkey, Wa;on, j sLicln of May, t larse Straw for tho execution, when, the great delineator bill, which is meant to prevent Hick, Huggy, tet Caipenter'i Tuili, 4 tandi ol to fill an en- l!ee. Cutting lion, Plows, lloesandall kinds of does not abuse his power, he will dangle bookuiaking or betting on horse racing of religion, was too drunk great variety, plow and wagen to preach in Knoxville the Fanning Tools in mid air. gagement Harness, Household and Kitchen furniture. in Virginia. In Lace Curtains, Scrims and China Drapery. 'I he property will be sold on a credit ofsl day. They all do it. Congressman Kendall, of the 0th A bar of gold bullion weighing 540 other months on all sums of Jco and over; under that Pat Hanna was killed at Lexington amount, cash in hand. Purchasers will he reKentucky district, gives utterance to pounds waH shipped from Pho'nix, Ariz., give I10111I Friday by Win. Shields. Hanna went quired of any of thr with good security before re- Some very choice Patterns in nice Dress Goods; you would do well moval property. this gibbering idiocy, which shows that from ii mine in that vicinity. It is worth store-rooa ml NAf'CY SMITH, Exx. to examine now and buy early. to collect the rent for his if he is the nominee the democrats will about $73,440. H. T Iiush, Auctioneer. 103 a row ensued, whtjn Shields grabbed his go: "I lose nothing by letting him At San Antonio, Tex., fire destroyed See our ifi and lengths in Kid Gloves; White and Opera fired a load into Hanna's X. IIUSH, doubt very much," said he, "whether several business houses and the Daily shotgun and Color; all sizes. carrying away the leftjugular vei n ; neck, I, or any other democrat, can carry Democrat office, causing a loss of causing death in a few minutes. REAL AGENT, insurance $100,000. any district unless this House faves the free coinage hill, and its refusal to do to Asel Miller, who killed his MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Ky. would take 20,000 votes from the demodaughter in Edmonton county, in have quite a number of I ARMS for sale ol the John II. Stuart, unrolling cl erk of very best II iie(rat Lands Lincoln county. cratic party in Kentucky and put the August, lS'JO, escaped from the Leitch-fie- ld tin HoiiHO of Representatives, ifl to be 'I heso Farms are all wellin unproved and koihI On all Winter Goods, jail by aid from without. iu the doubtful list " State ill sue loth of March, to rich lands, runninglocality, from join 500 Acres married about the Considering thcis their richnesb aud ferA large amount of mail matter wa Frankfort. tility of Mill, tho convenience of turnpikes and railThk president is resting from his la- destroyed by fire in the depot of the Cin- Miss looephine Duval), of power of roads that hriiig markets right to our door, ihcy Wyoming, where the arc cheaper than tho Land of any other county in bors with his family at Virginia Beaib, cinnati, Hamilton & Dayton railroad, at tho State There is in affairs of iovernnient is greatest, ty over - miles from airnnely a Farm in the coun. where thoy will bo for a week. Havii. Cincinnati, latcHaturdag night. de. ot The county is checked with turnpikes running has one divorce to every mx marriages. his Presbyterian made hiti calling sure, .1 direction Thtuc George Price, a fireman on a K. C. that of ineverythe county seat lint isnotnot public road en Maiadamici tnring predelections are strong enough to make passenger train, was killed near Cynthi-an- y This proportion N greater than We have the Knoxville llraiich ot the I. .V N K State. Christian Union. any other him feel that his election is also sure, from Kast to R. dividing the cost. by the driving bar of the engine Lottie C. S. R R fromcounty to Ninth; the WestC.and the A Uourbou jury gave Miv K North R It but if the right kind of a man i chosen breaking and striking him on the head. Irom this place to Cincinnati, crossing the C k. O Sherman a $4,000 verdict against old Winchester, giving full access to the marlitsol We have now in stock a yood assortment of the Hucher & Gibler's to carry the democratic standard, Benny One of the new oil wells in Wayne man Hrvant for breach of promise of at whole world, c have thtt-the Urge will have to revise his confession of t..iowed a Flour Mills in the county that give us a market Imperial Plows, THE Plow of the day. Call and examine our Plows product of 30 barrels an hour marriage. She asked for $10,000 113 the for all our grain right at home; and the developfaith. iu a of the mountain regions ol Kaitern and and get prices before you buy. test made in the presence ancient individual was a big catch m far ment South.eattcrn Kentucky b lailroads and the outNothino was accomplished at the cau- of many citizens of that county and Pu- as money is concerned. let Sontti by railroads has created such a demand for nil ktmla of cereals and crovrnder that wecan cus of the democratic members of the laski. Itov.Otto Kuhr. of the Lutheran scarcely retain enough lor honieconsumption. The alliance men of the 2d Georgia House on the silver question and nothare prosperous, generous and kind, chnrch, and Mies Annie Lenke, wero The people Christianity education. in will be accomplished iu Congress ex- district formally decided, despite the ac- .Yiarriuil KntlllHV at tilt' cllUrcIl lit OtttH- - believingneighborhood in and county but '1has a ing the is not a . swtit Jll1lS-3 li rlAnl.Knllta cept to divide the democracy more in tion of the St. LouiH convention, to re A number of their friends from s,anford, the county seat of "l.incoin.is a pros leaders main within the lines of the democratic heim. the matter. Certain would-binhab tanti nd attended the wedding and report it perous little city ol about i.scxi North and North is here the great doorway from the seem to prefer carrying a point to demo- party. Northwest east South and fhe jury in the case of Samuel as quite a rand nflair. The bridal par- and standing asIrom the garni right to outheat, it dors Into the boscratic success and they will yet repent City. O'Posen Curtis, the actor, who killed a ty left yehterday for Salt om of the undeveloped mountain of Southeastern of their action. IIKAI.UK in- of Pewee Kentucky backed up by the wholti Sau Francisco policeman was dischargGen. Thomas A. Harris, region ol the State with railroads running through all points naturally Bkknt Altshklkk, formerly an ed, standing two for acquittal to 10 for Valley, and Miss Ellen Peck, of Lexing- it to of the best 01 tne compass, makes it South for located towns In the one , married Thursday. The bride manufactures and other enterprises of magnitude. editorial writer on the conviction. ton, were Water Works ate now being agitated and right journalA Cincinnati procuress operating in is a wealthy lady, very much the junior (.bone the town abouti and a of a mile could be erected Water ist, is making the Louisville Sunday Louisville was caught and sent to the of the groom, who has seen service in there covt that would supply a Works with ory AND PROMPTLY HONE. city of 150,000 inlittle e for six months. The girls two warp, the Mexican and the civil, habitants with the purest and best water in the Star, which he recently purchased, shine Our little city his been "All work warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty . with great effulgency and it will contin- she had engaged were sent to the House distinguishing himself in both, and this world. few yeaiaaud ita business newly rebuilt in the last houses aril res idenccs will compare with larger cities of greater matrimonial alliance. ue to grow in brightness till it reaches of Correction. is his third I will take' old r;old or silver in exchange for goods pretensions. Our merchants and tradesmen are The Richmond Register thus de- all prosperous and doing well. W j have two the first magnitude. The Majestic steamship has broken a capital stock ol $400,000 that are the record, having made the trip acrof-- scribes Miss Mary Wilson Hume, who banks with and in a good condition, prosperous to instruct the republican del- the Atlantic in 5 days, 15 hours and 54 was, last week, married to Mr. Har vey Efforts We have splendid schools. We have a Female. College, a large with over 100 egates of Evansville for Harrison failed minutes. The averagfe rrn per day was Chenault: "She slowly approached tho pils in attendancebrick building,the principalship pu and under ol M Hubbard, is in a Prof. in all except one ward. That a prophet over 500 miles. altar on the arm of her brothei, Will, tion. JWe also have a Seminaryflourishing acondigood that is is not without honor save in hia own F. lllakemanat its head. We enhanced by the pure white school, with Prof It took 150 men, who worked con- her beauty haveone of the cert Public School buildings in is again verified. country tinuously 36 hours, to load the Indiana of her snowy Nttin gown en traine, the this section of the State, with over 100 puptlsm good private attendance, and veil completely enveloping you see our schoolwith other are excellent schools, facilities Foil sententious truth, this from the with food for the starving Russians. A misty tulle was elegant church builnings, representing We have cargo like that will fill a good many her figure. The corbage every denomination, with a full corps ot ministers Louisville Times is peculiar: "All Hill empty stomachs. Is Receiving His and edged with a heavy fall of raio of lias .class talent jnd are doing a better business democrats are not rascals, but scratch a thin any class of men in the city. On an appeal and further evidence point lace. She wore a necklace of I have tried to make this statement as facts, rascally democrat and you find a Hill Judge Edwards, of Louisville, gave tho set with diamonds, slippers of white without anv exaggeration or coloring, as tbose supporter every time." who know will buarne out, and those who wish baby claimed by Mrs. Ulrich to Amanda satin, pearl ornamented and carried a to buy pleasant homes at lair prices and locate made among'a good people with all tne best surroundThe Intirior Jouhnal is 20 years old McCauley, the girl, who proved that she bouquet of lilies of the valley. She ings, would do well to call and see ine before tiur Goods Warranted and aPerlect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. basing; ?liewhere was its real mother. a lovely bride. Jo-first-clas- s Gov. McCrkakv is filling the libraries of his constituents with public documents more or less interesting. This office returns its thanks for a number of favors of late from its always attentive Elias Conway, of Arkansas, was burned to death Sunday morning at Little Hock, where foryeais he had lived Ex-Go- t A. A. nlnnn. jUrrALHKtfJ ' The largo dry goods store of Smith, Gray & Co., in Brooklyn, burned. A Has on exhibition at his "Model Grocery" a Monstrous Gourd, measuring 5 feet in circumference. He makes the following WARREN LIBERAL OFFER: &4W Absolutely Pure I POWDER JUST RECEIVED three-fourth- s Freight divisions, R. R. Junction, CORBIN. coining'. She's GARDEN SEED F ARRIS HiJLRDINT. pai-don- ed mid-win- ter Repair Shops, College & churches For particulars, Address CHAS. FINLEY, Corbin Imp'nt Co., Corbin, Ky. toll-ga- te 1 SHELF HARDWARE. 1 o ca-c- 3 - bros. SEVERANGE & SON. - tram-ferr- & , I Dry Goods, Notions, Carpets, Shoes, &c. 1 Lar-ki- n d, PUBLIC SALE! 3, Never Mope Complete : Bur-dett- e, Mo-e- r, anti-gamblin- g 1 1 1 The Newest : Things 111 II. n $200-000- ESTATE Stanford, GREAT REDUCTIONS IN PRIGES I wo-ma- n Ladies' Dress Goods, Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits, at first 1 Men's and Boys' Overcoats and Ladies' Cloalis at 24-ho- ur W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. ht-r- - 11.1 j e ike ROBT. FENZEL -- 1 lllue-urav- s Courier-Journal- WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY REPAIRING NEATLY well-equippe- d d three-fourt- hs work-hous- s H.6.R0PLEY,- 11 imtnUmiMhtA ti a vio-let- B Spring & Summer Goods mIw nTiss TWi 4 to-d- y. I 1 nig h'lastHgfcA .th fcJiMiiSstMMiaMjssMsrglls JIHBBsBIHBHjBHMHMfciJHMBBMMH llMrMMHMMtiiTi ,ltf iiaA M. lIsmw. , fcv,vt2k, Lpn iQ&iki&iLjiiiiA .& i'.'adw .yr A . T . . , jnLWliHiMHislif ff i- - irihn t v . Mr j? a .. tv v rnwPMwmrwamMMktrmTTtnmMlitmM vixi ? , I, i -- viw UHIsWl.4. a !, 2 Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal - This Is Slirovo'Tuestlny and Lentcoiii menct'8 2?kw Stanford, Ivy., Mabcii 1, 1802 ed at S. II. SlmnkR'. Wasted. link of Keigltr hiioi-- just receiv- Mil J. W. Haydkn Is inconsolalt'o over the poisoning of his fine dog by some cowardly enemy. R.O.WAI.TON, BUS. MEANS MannRor at 25 cents. Firm, fresh yellow butter Address " KMcKinnnv Bros. - Wantkii. A position in grocery or diy goods store. Four years experience. "J." card Box m m II), Stanford, YOUR MONEY. Prices. Can not be better invested than in taking advantage of our remarkably low IUSINESS. Enokaviso beautifully and artistically done at A. It. I'enny't). Yoi'K account is now ready, l'lenso call nnd settle. A. II. Penny. Urn your books mid ncliool uiiprlie" of all kiiulu from A, It. Penny. Havk your watch, clock nnd joiveirv repaired at A. It. Penny's. All work warranted. ItRMKMiiKit thntall silverware, wntcliep. rinps, Ac, bought at A. K. renny a wn. be enrnved free of charge. Wantkii. Chicken, turkeys and The spring like weather ended in a cold wave. m duckB on foot nt highest McKinney Bros. I.ITT1.R ma'rket price. rain Sunday nnd yesterday and tho predictions for to day are ftiir witli a tnoder-nt- e v Tin: trial of Win. Cooley tor shooting low yesterday. of Imisvillo, U up to see Warren Atherton was continued till Will YAi.icn, March 10, owing to the inability ol Athone of Lincoln's loveliest. Miss Nki.uk Dillon, of Lancaster, is erton to be present. Ho is slowly however, and will be out by visiting Mi-- s Annie Strnub. visit-Hotime. that Mit. W.M. Waiiiiks, of Danville, It. C. Waiihkn Sunday. Tub Leader nivh that Judge. Mat Wal.Mk. L. II. Hamsky, of tho Lexington ton, of Iexington, was presented by his Boomer, was here yesterday. wife with a line daughter Saturday after-nocJ. A. McBoiikht-- went up to Corhin and child are in n. n. s Isaac Siikliiy, J"., was acquitted at Danville of the murder of Lingenfelt at Junction City two years ago. Tho jury was out six hours. This was the second trial of the case. Mr. 0. I). Thompson, of the London & TiiKoilleersof tie election at Walnut Liverpool A Globe Insurance Co., was Flat, Messro. J. M. C'olle, 0. V. Gentry and sttled in full, $100, and Hugh Senrgunt, hereby notify the hen yesterday PERSONAL POINTS. with Mr. A. A. McKinney, who lo- -t his democratic voters that the poll will be Mibh Khoiia Iati.i: left Friday for held at the instead of at the stable by fire last wk. llnrper, Km shop. TllEUK is either great carelessness in Mks. Milton IUsky was reported very handling of the mail on this division Ktiiki. Bka.i-ka number of lier young, friends nt her home, Friday evening, and the beaux and belles between the aires of 10 nnd 1') li:i(l a mo-i- t plencant time with lier. Misa onlcr-tnine- d OUlffi Are coming in every ly please yon. o o day and are placed on sale at prices that will instant- oil itfijiliilof GOOD! COME IN AND LOOK Over the now, or much incompetency. About half of It ia carried by to be brought back from its trip to the mountains l'J hours" late. Tin: Leap Year party at the Hotel Collev. last night, promised to be n splendid nllair, notwithstanding the bad weather. The young ladies have spared no expense or trouble to make it a memorable event in social life and they know-nsuch word as fail. Tiik trouble at Altamont between th e white and colored miners, on account of , the appointment of n colored bank nt one time to become threatened serious, but a dispatch from there last uvening, ssid that the miners had about all resumed work and the trouble was likely nt an end. o Dry Straw Matting, Oil Cloth, Curtains, Trunks, &c. White Goods, Embroideries, Curtains, Rugs Valises vjmiaren s, coys ana men s iats, Etc. Eggs and Feathers bought our good before they are picked over and see our immense line of Goods, Shoes, Furnishing Goods- - Clothing, Carpets ; yesterday to renuine his position. Miss Doha Stiiaui hns gone to Louisville to tnko a position in a millinery. Miss Lottik Dillios, of Crab Orchard, is the guest of Mu Kiln May Saunders. MihsOakuik P1111.1.11, of Lebanon, is the guest of MIbbck Annie and Mnry A corn. Mns. L. W. Kiiwakds, of Cincinnati, is visiting her biother, Mr. Win. More bind. I Mir-Id- The mother good spirita and the father bluehingiy proclaims that he always did like girle. r at the highest market prices at r - thtiBca-o- n, a law against s'ock of any kinds miming onnnshion for sheriir.hut ho is worthy at large on the streets will bo enforced of the honor of your vote. Mr. J. P. to the letter. The policemen have been Bailey, who has made a faithful ollicer, Upright and Horizontal. ordereil to run in every cow, hog or asks your endorsement for circuit clerk, Biiuglimau. MnwKH Jknnik ItKinniid Kate Cook, slieep found at large and hold them for while Judge Stephen Burch, in the inStationary, Serai-Portaband Portable. All spent yehtenltiy with costs or snlo. power. of sizes up to terest of his son. W S. Burch, seeks vour KuU'rages for the saint- - olhVe. Mrs. K. C. Walton. Uncqualcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and A half do.kn or more kids from RowMiss IticiiKL Ai.UMtx, of Georgetown, Durability. land were lined $:)each for jumping on Mk. John Bmioiit is a gnat 'relic Write for Free Illustrated I'ampleU anil your wants to arrived yesterday to visit her sister, Mrs. by Judge seeker and in his "pnvnte museum and oil tlie cars down there, Judge .Stephen Burch. It is expressly many things of interest can he fount'. Varnon, Saturday. CO., Mil. Thomas 11. Lslky went to ngninst the law and an example ought A recent acquisition is a piece of mulberNEW YORK CITY SI'RINOFIKLD. OHIO. lor a () , Sunday to be examined to bo made ol smo of the youngsters ry timber, the la- -t piece of old CarpenWVni Point eiidi'tship. before we have to chronicle adeatli ter's Fort, which whs iltstroyedlsome SO 11. P. Maiitin we did his wife an YofMi Taos. . Moiikow, of Somerset, here or tell of olio being maimed for life. year ago. He will convert it into n injustice in our statement of tlie case his been appointed stoiekeeH!r in C1 picture frame and place the picture of against lier last week. Sho has borne lector FelandV district. A slhiiit mistake, Bro. Walton our in it. Mr. Bright also Iihs a a great deal from the Worman .famMiss Maiiy Sktlkami:, of Lebanon, saloons each pay $MX)a year, not $1,000. his mother o used for a ily ami if tho matter was to go over his grand-fathe- r arrived Saturday to vioil Misses Mattie But what is done with the money has gourd which powder horn in the days long gone by. again lie would not agree to a comproand Nannie VanDevei-r- . nut been made nubile for two years. of one cent and half tho sherilFe Mam.ik Jknmnup, Mauile nnd Somerset Reporter. It is very hard in Misses Mas. Couitra has bad an additional mise Carrie Currey, three ljuicnxter beauties, all the town to see what becomes of the iriillm. nlnced around the mail boxes in costs. He says Ins wilo is a sisier oi Has a Complete Stock of of Mt. Vernon, but kill are guests of MIm Annie Hale. money, though for the most part the the post-niliein order to keep from hav- John Proctor, ing a man in self defense does not Intake ' MimMattik Williams and Mr. John councilmcn are above suspicion of steal ing to insult people who persist in going If it does there are notorious. M. Williams, of Mt. Vernon, came down ing it. : : insidu the delivery, after she has repent-edl- y him many notorious men, and we can see the leap year party. yesterday to attend asked them not to. It is positively Allkn A liihiixik, the Garrard county forbidden by the rules of thedepartment wheie he is right. W. U. MrKiNNKY has gone to Montgomery for Decatur, having been pro- man who amus)d himself by racing his for any but sworn ollicers to go within Foil jumping on nnd oil tlie trains at on moted to baggage master at that point.. horse up and down the stieet here the enclosure ami it is hoped people will Rowland, the following boys wore fined S10 by Mil and Mm J. H. Mo.nin, of Hardin laH county court day, was lined have enough regard. for the proprieties i'. each and costs, which amounts to yesterday, after a visit Judge Carson. He had no regular trial, to observe the rule, without having to be county, returned nearly as much more: Tom Martin, at his to their brother, James P. Crow, who is but the judge had him arrested further forbidden. -- . George Mundi, Ed Armstrong, George . home and not wanting to make a secbetter. OHtighei-ttribunal "Any person who shall permit on his Carter, Bynuin Carter, Leslie Mas. Nanmk Onksb and son, Ed, ond visit here he wrote that Walter Clymer, John Coolev, Josso and damages were and on promises within the city, any loud hive n turned from Mornstottii, Tenn , asking what the t'arrier, Win. Flannagan, Frank Ansley, Promptly and in first-clas- s style. M. liiitm' notified. nrouiDtlv remitted the frequent or continued nightly barking, Mil ii n. imiknIn of Mr. and Mrs. fcam of any animal of the Bob Mattingly, Dudley Hixon, Tun howling or yelping above amount. Owens. Doc Lanahan, 3rENGRAVING on all goods sold, free of charge. v dog kind so iw to annoy and disturb h is I hi I!niiui, Sam Cordier, Mil. Will McCoiimaii:, foreman of the Tom Chow, colored, for throwing rocks neighbors, shall be liable to '.a tine not Nun Sinkhorn, Walter Carter, Craig silver taken in exchange. Nelson Becord. raimt up Saturday for ut and laming the horse little Pole Par- exceeding f 10." That's the way Sec. :i'' Camden, Jim Worman, Oscar McPhorfamihis wife, who lias been visiting the sons was riding, was lined 110 in Judge of the laws of the city of Stanford read 8on, Jim McPherson, Walter kiHion, ly of M. E. Cox. Not having Armstrong, on test -Carson's court yesterday. and tlu first thing some people know it Hale Shanks and Boh Mips Tillik Hall, of Winchester, is work out the tine on will be enforced against them. There iB mony furnished by It. N. Anderson, L the money he will the guest of Misses Nannie and Kittle the ro-- k pile. Mr. Parsons tells us that Mattingly and, no earthly use of a town man. keeping a AN. detective. Ansley, y 'Jtaughman, having come over to attend a lot of half grown negro boys const were acquitted, Shanks, Worworthless, barking dog except to annoy Sinkhorn the leap year parly. worry him ami family by either call- nnd worrv his neighbors. man, Martin and Daugherty paid; Carter, of Kansas Mewuh. It. W. HoiKkk, Evehv democrat should make it a M ayou Vandk kkk asks us. to not! fy Aiiam. of Oroya, was a point to go to the primary election next on FridiiyV tiniu reiurning from the public that on and after to day the Saturday. Mr. J. N. Menefeo has no pm-snger base ball talk has already begun and tho lovers of tlut spoil hero are already looking up some good players lor tho leliable Intkhioii Joitiinal club. There is some splendid timber hero and a crack team will soon be orgmized. Notwitiistaniii.no is is quite early in bo1-?- THE LOUISVILLE STORE Main Street, Stanford. A. URBANSKY, Proprietor. M. MANMS, Manager. 5 OTJKAMMTOmiTJS AND Liuisville. Missus Klla Di'NN and Florence Jenkins, of Boyle, are guestM of Minn Annie STEEL BOILERS, le 26-hor- bills' I Hui-tonvill- Col-uinhi- iK. THE JAMES LEFFEL & W.B.fSlcRDBERTS, Druggist and Jeweler, o DRUGS, BOOKS, PAINTS, WALL PAPER, Jewelry & Silverware. Watches. Clocks and Jewelry Repaired Old gold and y, The Vulcan Chilled Plows, it-l- City, and J. S. Grimes, of Klirabethtown, iuium to attend the funeral of Mrn. J. S. llockcr. Mrs. Grimes accompanied her husband. L S. Boiikiitbon him been promoted fromlthn Cumberland Valley Division to superintendent of the Memphis Division and John W. Legation lias neon ap pointed to Hiiceeed Mr, Robertson. W. It. Williams, general agent of the Moline Plow Co, for Kentucky, Alabama and Tennessee, has returned from trip and was nu extended and niim-f- iil yesterday. here en route to lliit-tonvill- 4, Hixon, Hiiflman, Camden,' Armstrong, ing them "possums" or talking about Sun Sun Him Nay. A correspomici.t McPherson, Cooley and Cordier were u itching "possums" every time they see them and lie is determin d to put a stop of the Louisville Post seems to have placed in jail and the others took tho caught on to the item in our last as the 10 day- - in w liich to pay. This is a pretto the annoyance. following is published in that paper un ty severe remedy, but It will be best for A months ngo a slick fel'ow woik der tho head of "Air Old Man's Love tlie boys in tho long run and the examed a number of Stanfird ladiea on the He Built a Pretty Cottage, but His 'Iniple will be a good one. racket, lie chargeii tio Dove Flew ti Another Nest" The only a nominal price for the work, nut Goshen neighborhood in this vicinity is NKW ADVKHTISKJIENTS required Jl down, the pictuies to be re- the scene, and Mr. James Popples, aged turned in February. That month has CO, and Mi?- - T.etere, '.- -, the dramnow gone into the recalless past and yet atis persona' of a romance which has the picture man cometh not. It would just ended in the discomfoituro of the surprise a number of husbands to know-tha- t ancient lover. After steeling hia heart All neraous in arrear for i8yt tanes ate herpby paid on or betheir wives were caught, but we against the fair sex for over three score mitilicl that if their tai-- am not ilay of March, fore County Court d).tlie uih if the property advejtUcd for Miis. It. E. McltoiiKiiTH, Mrs. I). M. will not let them into the.secret years, Mr. Poppies, who is quite weal- iSai, they will find oltheir interior Journal. the th.. column I N. MKNKKht, Lickey, Misses Prudence Gordon, Annie ladies will promise never to patronize thy, met Mifs Teeters last fall. She is 'rv Trul v. IM ' tt -. bi cmciiii i iiikum rA.int 103 M;" Itoyston, Citrrie Woods, May Hughes, such fakirs again. and very fair to look upon, winsome Gordon, Me.-sJ. 0. Lulu Batson, and and tlie old man fell desperately in love Tiik L & N. will run a limited excur11. W. Bataon ami It. E. Hughe, of seemed to encourage his sion to Havana March 10, under the per- with lier. She passed through to Louisville to Mr J. II Milliken, attentions, ami finally when he had sonal supervision of attend the- Patti conc-r- t. courago to thesticking point t I want to purchnse immediately one doiell hen district passenger ng.oit of tho L. A N., screwed his de-- i Miss Noha Andiikwb, the nnd one rooster, xiung ones prclerrc 1, either tr agent nnd asked her to be ids wife, she and Mr. Kemp Itidgely, Plymouth Kock, I.iiht Itrahma, HutT or I'amntse beauty, who has (ruuently accompaAlio etfR of murely answered in the ailirmativo, but Cochins. Mutt he thoroughbred of the F. C. A P. Tho number ef excurAtldreis, for ettmi nied Miss Mary Myers on visits here with a proviso. Tlie house in which either of these varieties .Stanford, Ky CiUO C K.K11.EK.JK., will be limited to r0 and tho i College, read the open- sionists old as he is and from Millersburg wiiicli include meals and Mr. Popples lived was as round-tri..TAKE TIIK ing address at the Woman's Missionary shaky If he would build a stateroom on the steamship, has been even more meeting nt Sharpsburg, which was n cage for tho little bird she nice new lixtd ut the low price of $75. The soon as completed. model botti of thought ami elocution. sTenth, wltich lias been there, says would tly to it as Tlie old man went at once to the task no other trip can lie mado so cheapthat CITY AND VICINITY. the builda light heart ly or furnish so many sights and so ami with 1 limit. The handsome ers to their fastest .Vi) inuigvillt HlwAHMYCmCA to Ruts' Hay, big lot, for sale. A S. M vkiis. much enjoyment. residence received its lluishing touches ..:.. uml nor hero carried tlie glad A kink line of Pocket Knives and Tais moro than likely that the sug It ble Cutlery jubt received at A. A. War- gestion of tho revisory committee as to newHto his charmer; hut sho failed to. LINE TO '8' this judicial district will be adopted, and hear it with the enthusiasm in wliicli it hereafter Lincoln, Casey, Boyle, was told and then and there mid to Mr. A kkw accounts of 1801 are unsettled that and Garrard will Hock together. Pepples that she could not and would Call and settle by cash or note. A. It. Mercer And Breckinridge, we learn, says he is not bo his wife. To his entreaties she Judge IVnny. a candidate for judge in any make up turned a deaf ear. and ho went away roVxrs Du. J.G. Oaiu'kntkk neks us to state of the district, whilu our townsman, convinced of the uncertainty of tilings he has completed a good pavement Judge Saufley, will likewise be a candi- in general and of women in particular. that And hi front of his bouse in the west end at date. John Sam Owsley, Jr., of Lin- Tho gossips of tho neighborhood are enfahis own expense and asks tho city with tlitvir usual avidicoln, has determined to run for joying the tid-band eeo it. attorney, Mr. Hughe, of ty, but to the old man It is a most serithers to come up Kinet and belt Veitibuled lluffet Sleeping Car i a candidate, and Hobert ous matter. The secret of tho young la- and I'arlorCarn tn all traini. " enterprising tlnn of A. Urbansky Mercer, is also ,Tiik No change of can, best acommodationi, nuick-e- t Harding, of Boyle, will probably bo. The dy's action is that she lias found a lover tune and lowest rale. A Co., is preparing to open another counties have not been heard mote congenial in age and temperament Kor Inform.itioa addresj big store. Tliia time at Versailles, whore other IAS. 11ARKKR, C. V. A Chicago. from, but thoy will likely have a candi- whom she prt.fors to a man old enough V O CRUSH, D I' A.. Uuiiville. " Mr. Ben Salinger, a brother of Mr. Max to be her date or two each. will have the management. Salinger, picture-enlargin- Sheriff's Sales. The best Chilled Plow made, guaranteed. Extras carried in stock. Satisfaction B. K. & W. H. WEAR EN. -- .ali-ii- i I m ! Lati-caste- r, POTTLTRY. j ROBBER GOODS. en's and Boys' sweet-voice- d pas-eng- p, Lou-isvill- u Mber Coats, Hs pn-h- ed THE WORLD'S FAIR 'OHHOAGG9 Mcintosh Coats, WJEST Rubber Boots, Rubber Shoes, Gunt Leggings, .J. 14- - 'B it Slicker Coats and Slicker Pants. M'ROBKRTS '- & grand-father.- HIGGINS -. K . i-s- n PWp Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. I FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. FlBST-CLAS- Lt.nd-Soo.or- Published Evory Tuesday and Fr day VJ AJEIi YJCAK.1X o rVhen nu K. raid $2.60 w'Vt e charged. o. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7.00 .1, in., returning Train leaves Rowland at tt s:o p. m L. & H. LOCAL TIME CARD. announce myself a Candidate for the olliceof Ci'r pewa Falls, Hnu Claire, New Richmond and suffering until Sunday, when she died. Lumber and Shingles. Home raised clover seed, seed oats Ashland cuit I lerk Inr Lincoln cnumv. . ... Accordiug to nn appointment of tho fresh milk cow for sale by W. Hoods sold fur cash only It lcrm plea.tirc race in the iii.ere.i ol my son, Wm..i.ii maps in For tickets, S. lluich. svho II. Mur- torn, apply to time tables, PAT nndI) lull A.,form a ti slate to th? publk lnj;eneral thai ara doing will nut be of the tonstitiite-na- l P. . T. S. KC until a lew member of tho 1st Kentucky cavalry phy, under the Cash Stsken nnd that the penple "" Or to Chalian ga, Tenn. (it I"' "fat November election. If arc rapidly culling on to the lact that it i ilie sliiiulil ttieise the nomination, nil be (. V ST A.Chuajo, III JAS. U regiment at their December meeting they elected Wm. Gooeh sold to lamct) Leavell better system, both lor the buyer and sr'ler. hey my Mm will ilncharcs-thdutieaol the rrtue as met again in the circuit court room at 1 of Garrard, a pair of Cage A Sherman, of Alexander, Tex., also Itnosi that .ell anoil. ftir about a third less my deputy and recti e all th emoluments mules for Mes.rs my roinp( tiurs who do credit business Ke 7 I I.C1I nrites us reiaidinc a reinarkahfocurc ol rheum.i- than o'clock .Monday afternoon. The chair- Si'as. constantly tism there as follows "The wile of Mr. William neinbtr that lep Dry Good. on hand i Cbith-d( irtx cries, asfortmentof Dr. I. (J. Dye, being called at the man, I'riiiH, the postmaster here, hart lieet. bed ridden B. I). Holtxclaw bought of Tom CurI tats ami Call In ami wthrbeoin.ii.rn Skr fnl,l mi VjL J . Acres hour of meeting to see a very .sick child, tis. 0 yearling heifers and steers at Jl'J.50 noih.nr to do herr.r...mi..r.. .old he. M '"'""""' ?w.'. "' J'ULX l I1....1 suolord. W.onII t rah OrtharJ ' i any good ' We pike, 4 mile " HL TON. Howlawd. Ky Miller I'ain lUlm and ahe svas com- tletifChiiBbtrUin-?o on motion of Col. Silas Adams, Dr. per head. islelelv surod hv lis use. We reler ant one to Hawkins Brown, of llustouville, was her to verify this statement ' soc bottle, fnr ale John II. Castlemau. More-lanA li I. auburn William sold to W. W. MISS LICCIE BSAZLEY, m ayir Ky i.. uourne, III uggi.t ami Uptictan, called to the chair, nnd presided with S.uididge a bunch of in its feedeis, vigor and much ability. The chairman at JI.1KJ per hundred. Bucklln'B Arnica StUve. early having called for a report of tho la.--t Corner ji.. Depot Streets Writing from Atlanta, Ga Saturday The best salve in the world ter s,uis, brmsrs be cured meeting and the object of the present A. T. Nunnelloy says that "trade has tores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever .art-- , tetter, chab- leu hands, chilblains, corns anu all skin rrup one, the secretary announced that a eo- - picked up some and stock is yetting tions and positively cures piles, or uo pay requir- by prompt HP ed. liLKiuramewUoirin pcilect wtfslact.oc, LnmflrlRV P)"of the proceedings of the hut meet- scarce. Price $ cents per Uoi. UlVJUl UIIUU or money rclunded of I sale by A. R. Penny, Stanlnrd, Ky. J Kor ing had not been picserved, but explainFor. Sale. 20 extra 1, ed that its intention was to organize for feeiWs. If not sold before will sell pubGood Looks. the purpose of getting up n history of licly on county court day, Mar. Unnd look, arc more than .kin deep, depending Uf TO Win. a healthy condition of all the iUl organs. It upon " It the 1st. Kentucky Cavalry, and that tho M 01 eland. the liter be inaitise ) on haw it biliou. look, il AiJi'l( rour stomai h be illscrilerrd ) oh has a ily.prpin object of the present mcetinir was to cel Wm. Moreland sold to J. E. Lynn look and if your kidne) be atiected e you bate a inflamed ebrate the day, report the. progress of tho a bunch of extra good steercttlvesat n ) pliiclieil look secure) our neaun .inu yoii MANAOKRS. ft.0".' tUulrP" maile. Vou v.find expectoration, have KOud look... lilectric Hitlers Is the great al , , eu y h, work anil consult ways and mean., for and bought of M. F. Klkin a bunch of teratuo and tonic, acts directly on these vital I , and hastono it s future advancement. LOUlSVlllO. V...i.; sans Cures pimples, blotches. dsmU and lse. a OOmUierCC JoUllaing-' lrom steers at :Jc. est ph. .to i up life st.e w,iril "" , jroois complexion. ruoi as ; icnn; . 'i". Upon call of the chairman, the one setr.oi,. recovery. Agents throiiKhout the South Mr. Muir, of Nichalaaville, who has store, y cent, per bottle wanlenlareril.it ill . m.. . ...' ...'..?' lected to write and compile the history, killed 100 sheep killing dogs, should be , cenlracilHe u I, ,,.. . h Gunrnntood Curo for La. Grlppo. .... Aye." &. Wfllf K. Tarrant, arose, and reported that ho placed ?.!.! hr"'a"ll lay. b,),. re to l,e sat,.in charge of a State pound and W. ..l.n.i.M r...r l.lfc .ttt.ail ruo.Hl ti. kaII W. A. TRIBBLE, Local Agcat, s j v iy fur CoasiiuiptiiHi, i.Ai.r, xusMii, Ki had written nearly 'JOO pages ol Ms. paid a handsome salary. Dr. Kintj's New lliscovery Lowe!!, JVSass. Coughs anil Coins, upon this comlilion it )u SIANIOIIU. KY embracing an account of the organizaStith Johnson, Mt, Sterling, own am anln ted with La (irippe tnl will ise th. rem THE SUBLTOH HOUSE, tion of the regiment and about eight a steer .'!l month old that is 7 feet high, ed aciordihR to diieetio, givme it a fair trial atidexpormce lioneneiii, jouinav return use ouiA. S. We make lie and have your money relunded mouths' service and gave o(lici.l ami fect'in length, measures It feet around thi. offer because of the woadcrful .ucct of Or X ' ' U ' ltOWI.ANO.K I IK.l 03) other documents he had consulted, and the girth and weighs '.,fs0 pounds. SURGEON DENTIST. epi- Kiaic' Nw Oiacusery durinc last season WAI.I All MIEN.Pr. r wKh h it failrd. Have heard of no caw also reported letter and I his H,me Office 'on Main street, oer W. U. McRoberts W. P. Givens has.sold to Cogar, of demii 'I lial bottles free at A in K Pent.) itr'u h.s been refitted Ihro.i, h t , has ' ' r) it Drue Store, Stanford. from the following ollicers aud Danville. "3,000 pounds of hump at lore Ihkv sue 501 and il. BI.JK. CAMNITZ, MaiiK'r, A LIVERY ATTACHED. men: Mai. G. W. Drye and Lt. Vincent He is also delivering 1530 barrels llfSTuNVII I.H K) Norvo and Liver h Pill I W. 13. Peyton, Company 15; Lt. J. K. Chilton, of corn to tho Danville Mills at f-- at the Act on Miles' principle retnlatiint the liver, rantlent rn.iiini xi. lied a new rchlted and refurni.he.l .ltd fmly J W C kKUR. Prop stomach and Inurls tlircish the nerte. A iiew Company C; Lt. Warren Lamme, Com crib. loaltetsd t the wjot. ol the public A discotery Or Miles' Pills ipeetltly cure bilious- iirtpsirecl KOOM atnsthed sh pany D; Sergt. Mnuioe Godbey, CompaThe largest sales for one tlay ever ftrt Off.ce South side Main str-- t. in oflice recently ny F; Capt. John Smith, Lt. Thomas J. made on the tobacco brakes in Louisville wiWe.t. surest lift? do,.-- . j cent, samples vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. rnil Hi 1 11 at A R Vtmr UUUblli. Graves, Privates John A. Gillespie and weie made one day last week, when lt. Corneliu.s Vanoy, Company I; Cupts. (X).! hoiisheatts U. Ull.EY, Troprletor, F. ftotn w.ie tlisposed of at over the grip tlna eMr." saytMi.tas.wcond "lb just M. CRAIG, Phil Koberts DR. O. lone. pel. and N.I) Burns CompH-1- sVlw- - - KOfltUCky. Highest c.ish mnrket price "paid Hvher ef the Leader. Mesls.'l sua.. 'ln the lat- - ' LollClOn, v K. Homoopathlo Physician, .. .,....., tn v" liprimi .uchnmii ns sn inn " oi. I kltL .. . . j -" v kuilte for ANo a letter wa read from Chaplain dows," Which embraces l."i7 acres, in- - bed a little over two stays, ajainst lets stars Inr t have nsoved to ay w Hotel and am batiti KENTUCKY. STANFORD, W. IL Honuell, St. John, Kansas, its eiuning a the hrat aiucn. i ne secosm anac i m wsusnrn c- "T , ". i.n.. uannsoine resilience nnu linrn,iwl.u1.,.Lf to 3 p. m S to Office Hours. 10 to 11 a in ; t.Mnrii had .U Art IMS! ..eiy ttiwvetieacc uisssress. i. ivc me a call. t contents being addressed to the to . M. Asher. for SRQ.000 cash. It lies .VaVerbernr-it'Th;- : . FRANK KII.KV. w Office on Lancaster street, opposite generally. Also reported letteisof IIHHI' LeXinglOII. I was ftkto ta aittHStl t ia tin Gm swhh ' . vtc, at M bsitlle helote rettusg information from J. F. Knrly, :M MinTI,.. four KOTICKTO THK dairy breeds of about two da M I. Itouin. Urtroriat d On-- 1 for of ' R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. nesota, Wilber, Nebraska, and 12. Dress- cou.s in the 1'nited States, as shown liy tittam. tsirJ. Ky. PUBLIC. M Al. F. KLKIN & CO., "" er, :.d Kentucky cavalry, Solomon City, the registers, number as follows: Hoi- lyr SIANFOKO. KV. DENTIST. Kansas; (apt. II. F. Thompson, Toulon, steins, U),:55(l; Ayrshires, 10,:.K; Jerseys, I hate cprned la ..i.n lliggius oirice, Lancaster street. 111. with ins Hotel, thelion Is moving to tha 511,000; Gurnseys :i,!7::. Nitrous Oxide 0 is Riven far painless eftracting. Dr. Brown now made an interesting A Plnistinii iniintv f,irn.r Jiwlma When Tkiby wm nick, wo care her Caitorla. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. POSTED. speech and offered very sensible Bug- - Summers, raised 17."),000 'sounds of to! When rfw was a CUlM,tlit cried for Ctori. Thw nonce fistewirni hum,,,, ,hTiu-- n gestionx. i' c,uk Jt ctoria. bacco Inst year and sold the whole crop ' wlM'n hc and other, not to t.,..i.ts A our land, witha.a ,,, Col. Adams then delivered a veiy elo- at (1 cents it pound all around. This is) When iln bad ClillUen.UeBavotlienCa$toria a a. ail ih will l p, lUa , ,rir ,,. at elri.l.' tSe law Stynrd First-Clas- s quent address on the tlay we celebrate, thought to be the lamest crop ever proOealer In C. .M. MM)(V,MilMRK the daring deeds of the 1st Kentucky duced bv one man in Kentuckv. J I. IIKUC1 ' ml offer the service of It to the public llrand THOMAs t II . I Domestic Fruits, Civalry on il many (ieldi of battle aud Foreign and new vehicle and lrr.li blooded horse snake my Jiimes Sipiires anil brother have re- MM.!... HAII.I labl compare with A M ' LAND t.Hvimportauce of handing down its acta turned from North and South Carolina, Confectioneries, Ac. c ? II. A i.a.ll-T In tho Country. Tho UMlM.IVhNs first class baker and ean turnish of patriotism and heroism to its posteriwhere they sold mules all winter. Their, Has with him a , (ive me a call. I s I'lill p, llrcad, Cakes and the liSe on snort name. !; ty of 100 years hence. P W KKLCN. Propr.ct .r stork averaged about SI 10 to $130. Tho' Siiitv I it Acr.-- . ol tirndid Land, situated a Al IIUKNS. Mauacer y The subject of ways and means was iney niatie no nig nionej tliey were glatl net. from ".un'ord on t,it turnpike Apply tii me al now brought before the NorfoIkiWestern R.R. Co. linancial secretary, W. meeting. The to make tjnick sales and get out of a dull K UViill ItKIO T. Humphrey, market. Paris News announced that a strict uceount of nil Sthr.luU Oe. rmKtr-,) OF STANFORD, KY., Wheu the latu Col. Phil Lee came' pjfl0 Lcllld FOP funds advanced to pay expenses would It now fully organued and ready for business with o LI- Vll NOItlON , Kepi anil alter tlie worlf was printed '""k iroui toe war ne was, uko an re-- ! MASKiRO, HAIL. an Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. and wild nnd all expenses paid, the turnini; Confederates, poor as the pro- - and the more land than irfI labor, I lu.m,. in " m ' ' tal.am tlrfiM l iatfme.lmie pre.ent y.tem hate, deitr lAtKitt 19,000. amount paid by each would be refund verbinl ehnrch lilOliHi- . "U'lint Sllllll J OU miMlofellta barfai. my farm of five hundrel Surplus, . I lot Hliwrield. IUd(4ttl. RoneeVr. and ,ii do, Phil '"' asked a frieiltl. "I tloil't and thirty 31. acre., on the Manlor.l and Dan ed. He also announced that $.13 or .ymhh.irt;. Kirhm h.I aud Nrtedk vine pi. e ami ill esen inns 01 Lancaster (nl Ksanok,) r tt ..Mswiim. llwurMe...Also (via SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL. 'I his lintel, ren.,jitel and relornistied, is imiw k now what to do, was the reply; "I u Ilafrt. would pay necess-udemands till June leu than eight ctls of the thrw ;toniy s.i. oi in ins tharge nd I intend to conduit it so a. to liisrj. Philadelphia ,r.d New Vcrk HANK OK STANFORD, Pulhssan M..ifig Cars Irssm hot oalv niamiain it. hleh renutallon. but to add Now closing up) with the same asset and under court. Dr. Urown readily announced e.l to be a lawyer, but cannot go back to f1"; ,0' Kr"" "n,"la Nor . i .... . - v. - v'? .' eiai atcommiMia- I?'1l think this one ol '"r !.... . KadhHd ais Radlord to die same mtliagement. "" in us song nil oi irienes , . ,1".,.,"""i ... . .. w., irai rteiliui sr. laMHir lliig sm.ierraiKiti tram v. tinn. tor t Min.ri i.l Irjt nlrr. anil rrn. mam. lur JtiHeUon. Ily provisions of its chatter, depositors are at his willingness to liquidate that amount, thu ,...,.,.. . nnlv ....., i ,. r 1.. ,o Kadj u tenc- - thedlsphit f samples. in National and water, soil, building protected at aie depositor fully 10 Rkhwhen l Wtni into lilt arniv ailtl tin. lnvl"ice, All or the land i in gras,es.ept " " ;; did so. inc,eie ,ete Hanks, its shareholders being held individually liain. I.i Porahotttas. Powhatan and t.n, rirct-OlncThe chaiiman then directed the linan- blamed Yankee legislature repealed both 'about .oat-r- offish land torcorti and &. .re-- i liable to the extent ol the amount of their stock Snlonii still Imis Hl.eeM daily t ,. ra an. . ,. in wheat, with timothy sown with It; but enough. , therein tit the par value tnereoi, in auuiuou iu iuc lilt) legal at a purchaser would see it p m, buying. Th. t v m amount invested in such sharet. It may acta cial secretary to take the names and the Ol them Willie I Was gone. ' (U)Sr.nV'coVnncd' ' ra.it. 10rue p it S" u..., IrtMii the r f',M tC,a" executor, administrator, truttee, 4c, at fully at amount-- , of those wishing to cnntiihute. last dailv al of Kentucky will find itiielf in fraternity indUn."""" is a m and 1; p m an individual lor further 1nl.111.ale.il a. I.. schr.l.ile., rat their buitinest to us In n few minute.-- $73 was announced as Col. Lee's predicament when this Geil" Also a deta.heit tr.ctol i acres, i mile lrom To tho.e who . . the pike, nt is. acres ol extra knob land, whuh .. .appitic. agent, ol .H,..k A Wrslern Railwhile mnasint; the Lincoln National Hank ol i ( road 01 to y, Sj. sill" itismvilj tvtllll- - IHCIllUes .tlPon liap. ( j ri.il .snntriiiMlj nira il Stanford, we e here tender our many thanks aud subscribed. !' ' A.M v continue to transact their business . R an .'e trust they will On motion of (.'ol. Adams it was decid mittee have tini-litheir work. The with us, ottering a a Buarauici; mi (.......p. ....v..- lion to aine, our twenty year, experiencecon-in ed to meet again the fust day of June statutes will bo so trenerally chiuged bankinc and as liberal accnnimodations as are that the law yen. and the court.- - wi circuit coil it sistent with sound banking. The chairman ordered that K. Tarrant have to begin anew their study. FrankIJtKECTOKs: 232 Acres of Splendid Blue-Gras-at the next meeting make a tabulated re- fort Capital. J J. William-- , Mt. Vernon; Land, M pot t of progress, needs and wants of the J, M. Hall, Stanford; locaud on t.irnlukc roailleading:irom A Ilicu IlieSs the practical politicians a MrssnMsV -- laiiiorn to .Milteiigetiiii'. J. S. Owsley, Manford; business. i.in.oln (.oiiiits, K , 6 Ot llemOCIdtlC prospectti mile from Stanford. 4 miles f'om Hii.tonville. 10 S.J. Kmbry, Stanford ; On motion of Col. Silas Adams, a copy IlilVe made miles from Junction City and 1... til.Ul from Danville, J. E Lynn,Ptanlcrd; tlu.v Iliaile orisp Hiiwal-i.vilhin m mile, of .Moreland. a station mi the C ' of these proceedings, was ordered to be Since A W. Carpenter, Millcdgeville; Hasinif removed my Hisrber Snop to the Com R K The Farm ha. upon it an elegant and relegated tiirili' I efortn Hotel, I am sent to the Lntkiuoh Jouii.val, Somerset three months aeo, sp.icious brirk resilience, (tin root) all J. K.Haughman, Uustonville; , ,. .,- pun- - neces.ar) ositliuililings anil an abundance I fruit i.iiiiiiiiiii J. F. Cash, Stanford; Reporter, Mountain Kcho, Albany Man- iu in. iei nun tree, of every variety. Much William Gooch, Stanlord, Ky. tics to the front niaaiuii. i, virgm almo.t eii timbered, .....ra-s-,- oflheland Prepared to Accommodate Ladies abujidamiy waiered ...i.t. ner and Central Kecord. . .. S. H. Shankt, Pretident w ith victory and hav- hi rt i H tetl party, Hush ed .b.rt, a 0fintipmfln. The meeting then adj'ourned. . . w . J II. Owsley, Cashier I I aim III SVI) iril'lT, I. I'" ale.aNo, Mule, a every prospect Ol IPg at the Per Hright, Teller e.irlit next Spring W. M. IL Ilitow.v, Ch'ii. '"" Presidential race. it is torn by ''.nl'-;In anything they may wish Hi my line, Clnl. h. Tauhant, Sec'y. -also wailed on LOCUsr all mi me t factions, the Kast divided from the West bon, j, it i Bo. 1,1. Mr. W. 15. Walker has a tur and the Chicago convention threatened ej Ti "B A "Ti. JMJ. C.fT THOMPSON, NATIONAL BANK key nine months old that weighs ..'I with a .split as ami Hotel. in Coinmer-i-- l kor sai.k Michigan Points, St Louis, pounds and Thomas Prewitt one 0 turns in its result.-- as that at Charleston Vhli'go. OF STANFORD, KY Delioit, Cleveland, Hiillalo. years ago. For her .share in the coin 'I lie months old that weighs 41' pounds. .!: Farm and richest inil in ir.i.lnco, Ilidianatiolis and the Welt, Canada, uo-.'i- o Ne Kimland. hi nine iirasv i.auu, .Ida- They aie of the Bron.e variety. The hinatiou of blunder ami crime, Ken . ,l Sli.n..l t uvllhln lun iil !.. Capital Stock , city turnpike dinner and supper "iven by the ladies tncky is intioiiteii to .Messrs. Aiontgom-- of Lincoln. Fronted by the Shelby Danville " " tf'jjffL and to the Siaiifonl and turn- ' mil Ii..rili.r 18,500 of the Surplus ,,ilH W'asliiugton. i his i. one of the best stock Fann m th Presbyterian church netted er- - I'lliu C.n.lni.rhl MjP ' 'V' " Ilaltiiuore. Philadelphia region and i. in a high state of cuiu yui. kest tune in Harrodsburg, I rankfort. Kv ' . ... Time.- -. Mlt' t,A ., Louisville SI. kiiMiiiiia hulk oi (vtllirt Pol-RUhmond, VIROINIA JvM! vation. Abundance of water lor all purii-e.Attention of the public is invited to the fac Shur.i im " Stanford Rank Quickest line to Soili fertile and is .muble for tht grossing nf thatthisls the only NaiioTial National in Hank Act lege Hie to he graded nnd iieiu ujj jiciu ,u.i Mobs should he cerl mi the v are right hem. mba.i... . the iht..,ttut.i.fin.. Under the protisions ofnot J. ?. .......I. I.. xpniiunj, one-llll.liA.ua M!ir'sss-Bsc that an be divided only by the capital ,.....t.s. .. ,a-.ur depositor are se ured That one down located made Iit timprovement, are :uul Urge and M.H VS t,ay liability lor an arms li" a stock, but bv the stockholder ne. in unj,iii, loot wt I Solid I r uns, baggagi cart, smoking cars and """inodlous dwelling a convenient s lock barn. to the stuck, so that depositor of jn Iyoil t'OlltltV that wailtfll to hanetO aniou.lt equal coa. of $400,000. Pullman lloudoir Sleepers through with, lor iiiinr ', mv ,.,',. .5::h 'SL,.rr,,u this institution are secured b a fund of the bank grounds and a base ball diamond are in- .. miat'i' ni ..iin i.0iiMu.i nmii'in, njijiiv if . out thange sia Uiaitan.oga, Hirmiligham, Merid v "t1 i. i iir-T- t Stanford. Five .worn .tatement of eluded in the improvemeul.s A grand urn ni ' II JONKm. llan makini. c rsct coniie. ilnn..i year to the United States govern J are made ench that Smith ville, Asheville, Lriuhburgand points in the O V KILF.V, Pinevillc iuku nun Htantl will piobahly be erected, also. Agent .Smith ini!. ment and itasei arc cxauiiutu thu securing additional is not a defunct corpus delecti, but a non by government ageati-The work will begin at onec. O. P. nd perfect safety to depositor, e.t inventus defaulter and thief. It takes QQJJ'iJi 'Y'OTJ KiLTO'Wr rv... 111.111111100. oriirinatly established a the Cheatham was lined $73 for selling then Deposit Ikink of Staiilord in a lawyer, a judge and a jury to draw AtChatlatiooga for Adanta, Columbus, Wilmnig .$65 and, win-K- y the National Hank ol Stanford illegally in Danville. John tht-ion, Charleston, Augusta, .Mai on, Savanna!, First National Hank of "" H nice distinctions, and we had bet- cain Baughman sold to 1) X. IVewitt 23 Iriins.ick, Lake City, homatsillc ami FLOKI uninterStantord in iSJi, has had praiucauy DA Points year. It is better supplied ter leave such matters to them, as tho rupted es.isler.ieof I ho only line running solid estilulinl for traiitactiUK busmen prompt shouts.!!:- - pound- - average, at :5c Ad . ' now with taciiuies trains I...&I tttnliT the i.'irctiitmtiiiii'i.-.- . pull i Pullman lloudoir or Palace Sleeping Car. Inwith Keep, the ni. est the be. t and laiue.t variety f Si lv and liberall) th.inescr before in it long and vocate. Augustine without chaage lor an) class of Accouut ofioror.itions, fidudillieult to h'onorable career Tho mistakes of mobs or baggage. ciaries firms and individuals respectfully Fancy Goods, Fruits, aelma and Montgomery, Huntsville, Decatur "O.S. M" in tho "Christian World. collect. Times. Horeiui, .Memphis and ARKANSAS point. Candies Nuts, Cigars says, "Ot every six infants in the world, The Directory ol this Hank is composed ol Shnrtett and iiiicke.t lo Anmsiou, Sclma, MoPapkii FkomCoun 11 is ks. Corn husks V. J. Poster. l Stanford; bile. Dncct connections nuide al NKW OK-ono is born iu India; of ever) si.v orphan And 'jIj.h o in the. ity KAN'S without omnibus transfer for Oalvestoo Forestu Rwd, Lincoln county; . boiled in caustic soda are being utilized girls, one is wandering iu India; of every lloiiston, Anal in. J V. llayden, Stanford ; of p'iper. The cookllaughman, Lincoln six widows one is mourning in India; of for the manufacture S II. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. ing process leHtilt'. in the formation of a M.J. Miller, Mt Veriian; 'I hat he u o keeps the cheapest every six men that die, one is to k ol "" The only through line lo Jackson and Vitksburg spongy, glutinous paste, which iH sub S T. Harris, I.iacoln; into eternity from India." .Mi... ShreveiM.rt La., making direct connection, J. S. Jlocker Stanford; jected t heavy pressure so as to elimiu- - ' without omnibus transfer for 9IOKELAND, Austin, San Aniouia, KI Paso Dallas. Port Worth, O A. Lackey, Lincoln; lid point in , ,ju There u iiodangtr from whooping tough when ate the gluten, the lihor remaining be Dealer u the boc T P. Hill.Stanfordj Chamlieriaiii's Cough Remedy t freely given It ing made into ptper in the ordinary wgctii.iw,c n. that be ex h.mget aii kinds Orders liiuiiie the tough tenacious inucut and aids in its W. (5. Welch, Stanford. lor Cattle, Sheep and Hoers TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFOr.NIA. olgmxlsfor Ha. on, Ijrd. Hulter, Kggs, IM.pit., W.P. Tate, Stanford exK.ctoration the It also lessens the seventy and wuv. Slock Callle nnd Sueep a ape. frequeii.y ol paroxism of coughing and in', Person having an) of the .iliove ile(r,lil ilty. Kor through rale oirrec( county main and ful be pay th. etc.lorwlii.il OFFIt'KKS sures a speedy recovery There it not the lea.t information cu!! on Acent Ht luncilon rir. s, daugt-for aleor withliit I.i pur. base ame, rill d.. well or address (7'J, MS in giving it to children or babie. as it There art) ti7:!.0l.'! J S LKITII Hlphnct . S. Hocicer, President; contains no injurious substance, joe bottles lor nignu&( Mnrlcrtt- rTICOS. to call on or address me An expenein c .f nfteen .....,.P"V ''i.:.,S47 Knights of L l,"rn. Druggist and Optician,. Odd Fellows and cars ill this luisiiii'st bat lirrnof profit to me and John J. McRoberU, Cahir; I). (1 HOWARDS. D. .MILLKR, Goods delivered any wit 're in the city . nd Ills dai V Ve' tanlord, Kv think' i an make it proht.ilile both to the loiter ratH. Mangr,, A. A. McKiuney, Assistant Cashier (j, i a. Pythias in tho U. S. and Canada. ly trip mads to Rowl tnd and seller. P O. address SUnford, Ky, Mail train going North 13 2) pm ' South ..34Pm 1 13am Express train " South ' " North " -J Local Freight North ' South.. ...jiapm The latter trains alto carry passengers The above is calculated on standard time. Solar time is about to minutes faster I -i V I It will he of Interest to those contemplating set (Delayed Letter.' g clover seed for . ttlc. A. tliuar in the Northwest, to know that the f am agent as Sheriff Kentucky Hedge Is a candldste for SuMect anil timber lands in Wisconsin ate tribut Fence Co., n( for The Centraloffer the to the action ol the Democrat,. Kition A distressing accident occuned on Qi1PBMh . Turnersvillo. Lancaster, und .W tary to trie Wisconsin central bines Settler on both myself and the Company to the terriers of citiensof Bru-- 1. Creek on last Wednesday. The tlifiti line, hup all Inn advinlirM nff ). lil.r..t EitbniiicH Bros, bought in Casey a C "coin county. I am ery iiiankiiu lor me liner- r.,iii..-- . Li "Ti '. Bii'nce ,' fu.el al Patronage received and hope by fmr dealing to clothes of 11 daughter of tho Widow bunch of feeders at -- co( a continuance . .1 Farmers in turd... ...wwd. ?nnk' mli .. ... BAIX.KV .. r ,1. Sweggett, aged nbout l'l, caught tire ..iters iiou-- c - in oinin uru Wiil Morelaud bought 7o bend 1(H)' not bo enjoyed .... 11.. ,..!. .... ot the West No on ""iii'inniuiueiiiie.day each, County Court It n Candidate lor re election to the iiDIcp of Cir-tii- it dnwght.s. no cyc.one. no grasshopper plague nnd while kindling a tire in the cooking stove pound slop hogs at J. j. ,,..,-,m W. JOIINSO. Clerk, auhject to the action of the Democratic nr. fever and ncue. Now Is the lime to select party, and no person being present but a little Adam Pence sold to an Illinois par choice lands al low prices. V isconsin is considered one f the most prosperous State, in the Union child, idle ran to a sprint; ne.tr by nnd ty a yearling by Pence for $175. Located directly on tho Wisconsin Central Lines Caadidato for Circuit Olork. laid down in tho water, but was burned in this State are the thriving cities of llurlingteu. .1. W. Adams sold to L. C. Dunn a .... ... . . fl.t.L..t.ft. ..l.. mi.K.II.! . UMM .1.. 1 MW V.UKV1II) ..tril.ll. so badly that she lingered with much house and lot in Uustonville for $100. Dealer in General Merchandise, Subject to the action of the Deinoeiatie nasha. Waupaca, Stevens I'olnt. Marthficld, Chipchoices-farmin- TO THE FARMERS. J. N. MENEFEE, a MZZS&hZ.W'L -- ,.i.. ... JAWES I. J. H. HIL.TOIT, ;g " 1 1 e I - MKl-IIK- N P. I atilen-tJi- tn-li- ke CONSUMPTION can the use stages . "'f I Man-lor- 910-poun- d ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. .llilHncraiHl Dress Maker M-- m i I Inniinnnnn 150-poun- Ayers Cherry Pectoral soothes the aids tissues, BARBEE&CASTLEMAN EAKP, t'i.0-.h,- S17.-M- or-- ,,,., ARTIST, he Dr. J. C, .."" ta -- Co. .1 V - I C.-.- I. PRICE, - 1 1 n.m. KX)C)V. .,,,.,. lilj I DR. PENNY, Dentist. Thnr-sufhl- y - "" -- . ' ft' i ! n lULfcl 'JOHN .... 1 j rofed f, CASH I 11 . -.. -- a. ca,aal - -- 1 .. - regi-mpn- Beef Hides, Fur, Taliow, court-home- 39-- y , ,., ce ' iTRAVELING - 3E, rJimmwi MITERS KOXJS3S, Uvery:stablc, m..-io- , vit t Best s sh-is- Farmers Bank&Trast "". i - Sd.6. .m.i i- PORTMAN HOUSE, NrW - , K. a- JOSEPH COFFEY, I'ro'r. -- 't' $-.- , i.,t I "-".- ..l mutt-rial,- . ..' ....T. ct . -- i r"" - - e fere f'lhl'of'lbe " .,,., ,.,,, ,,, -- 7 I I 11 A- - I ' ed FOB SALE. BARBER , IlttHeG ?-5g" s i , SHOP. De-ira- B?5;'Rc31 nn e 4 .11 u S- - I 1 - ttv.-sto- r) . Tli.-ntli.- i. 11 y walk-OV- ''''. -- ,, mmmm ww .v--.-.- .. To-da- 9$-- V I FIRST di.-a- s- q JESSE t' btii-s- t ;;;. $200,000 . ...... I a . r ' '. .sin lilue-Cr- 1 -.- - I 1 1 ,.,... .,,.., ., 4 r" ' .iai . j I tr ,,..!,, "V.1-".'.'-- rl'aVvSM'tJir7 .! yOsg& nff-.- ,i'?L ' &&J k New York, lloslon, fj . -- 1 , is. is .4HyH9W Iit-s- , J ,,. (. - CAll'OJLiMIVA, 1 111 .111 ti-i- JESSE I. WEAKEN . ' an-to- o rs solic-te- d. I L DOIST'T FORGET pa-si- ng Staple Groceries, And Provisions, , - UC&? WI-LXIA- JI -- ..,.,, 1 r ( n,-- -, Ma-on- 1 1 1 .y-- p too Cincinnati. Efi - 'it "