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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892031501 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. ( 7T "T-- , - r 1T' Semi-Weeklvol. xx. THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. y Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. iMARCH If.. 1892. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. CRAB ORCHARD. DEATH'S DOINGS. NO. 5 .THE. '1 v I1 The bill to coneolidate the olllee of jailer haa been favorably re potted. The General Assembly i about to make 1,700 pounds acord of tan bark and Impounds a barrel of potatoes. So far, and It is now the Tilth day of the ne.slon, only live bills have been hiiumI by the governor. Two are Ibnieo and three are Senate bills. Senator Stewart has iatroJuced a bill in the Senate proposing a constitutional amendment making the president ineligible to Hcrve two nueceHtiive terms. an Act to Mr. Timdcy has v.ditlate and lepili.c the bonds ityued by Whitney county court under a pjmcial a- -t approved May 7, Xs'.tO, for bridge prc-t-nted Charley IVisble entertained Mr. .1. IC. Cureon has sold two more his "b!" . counts in even of hi" tine cowi to the Watt.s Bro., youii friends loyally, yeare,.Hinonthsand 11. daye. He VV dletdioro, for hnndeotne price. . . 17 rliildri-The local company of State (inmds' Klder J. (5. LivniiMton preached a twice married and It of attention this u eel; to their hmv importation ol will be noistored out and Would call the term of very able discours" at thf Christian survive him; also 14 Gent-- . Boys', Youths' and Children s ready made morn his death. nervier having expired; church Sunday. 15r.. Livinlon truly the death of Mrs. T. A. Klkin, which Klijah Simpson, Win. Conk and 1?.- believes in mifniounry wor"k at liome. Us Matthew, all citizen of Ciarntrd, Lave Mr. H. (ioodin. of Hell county, was occurred Sunday, will cause many friend? here to mourn with unaffected grief. She in town tliiri week lookinc at the been granted pensions, Col. O. F.Tillett will delivpra lecture ' faun, but Col. Guest declined sellinj: hN spent bet school days here ami nil who Ihey are faultless in t. perfectly c r.nd ck ant'.v trimmed and loved the amiable and attract' at the court liouyo on th eveniuv of boyhood home. The colonel ecem very knew t l.ibulous'.y low prices. We ha e tU rcceicd 25 Co Men's extra of ive Mi?H AnuieTimberlake. she liad as the 23d. Subject: "Personal MU- - much attaclted to the place. The tale - well attended fair a ptoinise of Ion;: lif- - as anybody, fine Silk and Satin Tcck Crepe deChine and Four Hiia-in-s Mis John takea." iuScarfs in , but death Ion cut her down in younir all the new Spring shades, the handsomest line of Ties ever offered in The tHal of Win. white, and and (hins eold for pol price?. 'Charley Owens, colored, for a breach of Tjjo hop at Mr. I.(). -- laughters was womanhood and left a devoted husband Stanford. . the peace an Sutmdny, the 5th iuM . a sued- -? in everv wa. The mnsic be- - and three Mttle children to fenl their ir-- ! Miltwl in each beinic rind 10ti.l cunt, everythiuvt in the way of reparnble losh. We tender our heartfelt in: If aomethlns: is not done Mop the dancing wan taken in, from the Virginia sympathy in their herenvempnt. Tli f iMiiooinn nf llutinn rt Un Kati . . imliK'riinltmtu erection of monuments. Keel to the new tkirt dance. The ladies . w.. !'! purpose. IJVtClktl... ivc opened 50 piece.-- of I'orein and Domestic Ginghams and both thw ')Ue.stioit that will be anked in the in Crab Orchard are amonr the hot in of Mr. Tliw..i Hood, daughter of Or. The Gochel bill baa piacd Outing Cloths, in both the dark and light shades, oiced by everyone Uotie--, tnakiiiK it a felony, punishable lutuie will be why they were erected i dancing and we have several little jtlrls Georir- - Hunn. of the Shdbv City neib-- i lias seen them the handsomest ever displayed in the market; and borhood. wnia rentable oversiiiht. Ap- by a line of not ra than SWO and con- -i and why there wa- - such a w.intenf mar-- 1 v.'h can't be heat. Mr. Slaughter will Bedford Cords, PHrciitlv well on ictiring Wednesday our Silk Warp, all wool and wool filling Henrietta, will eoon give another. Uot the tiiiemi'iit in the penitentiary not, leca.ble. ni-Ijejrin-Kiwas attacked ith n heart ' Chcvcron Cords and Fancy Colored Henriettas. Scotch Weaves and The cold snap mime just in time to not be waxed so much aain, an than two veins, to operate a lottery or' trouble and in le4 than half an hour Camels Hair Suitings in all the new Spring shades are unsurpassed, enterprise in till." State or in any 'chtck the fruit bndri that wer setting hm will fall on ttblick Httor. Wc have also opened 50 doz. Ladies' fine quality Swiss ribbed and The crowd in Crab Orchard Fiidny wa a corpse, llcr husband, Dr. Kl ' Mich operation, whether! ready to bloom. TImuo nre hopeH that lu.itiuer aid in erioiirtly injured and Mttnrduy watsiiniiien.se, the attract' Hood, died a year or mor oio at Mid- - plain weave Vests, in low neck and sleeveless, and in high neck and takiN place within or with they have not bem tin diawini! .,it the N.it and the Paine penalty at. ami that theie will be u full crop of all ions being 1). G. Shi'iphtorVj openinir, dleibboro, but two little yirlflMirvive her. ' long sleeves; a splendid stock of Ladies' Gents' and Children's Hos-MrH ood was an eMimnblo. cbriMian icry, Ladies' and Gents' Kid Gloves, Gents's and liovs' the sale of Mrs. Hiimtid, and the bijfjttft Ne"li"e and tubes to any whoehall pn.vide quarter kind of fruit.-- . woman, whose death ia deplored by a White Shirts, Ladies', Gents' Bovs' and Children's Shoes. lot-- , . after-- l of all, the trial, in which a music Mm. T. A. Klkiu .Nad Sunday All who prrxutft trench purpo-ea hate circle of fnea.lt. Her tnnniti of consumption. The funeral will er, who came here a stranger, Our stock of Table Linen?. Towels, Toweling.--, Napkins White tickett to any lottery drawing or. Tuesday, at the! nuuiber of prominent jteople for cehol- - were taken to Laucahter and laid bt side' Goods. Laces, Kinbroiderics, Handkerchiefs, etc., are all complete-thovullM of a lake place ..ft enterpnw are ' of her husband. but C uti, which Hiiu cluiniPil i.nndemeaiior and Bnbiecbal to a line of r'iilence, conducted by ltv. J are to be sod t the. OWCf,t cash nr;Ces. Wc- - Nn...i.,ll c . . . ..j .....ii. . f . Mu... p.m.,. i... I lu ..,,, ..o,. ,,niVl .i:. The t every im-will w not .Mfiit. he .tle-- .i than S'SS nor more than ilOO. l'rank. after which the remain l. Diners to come and see es, as we keep no books and we make ladiug, Eome .union i.iney, men .inraav morning at ,,,.:,.-- c IjcnoHSter cemetery. The conn-mowas fillotl with . r',rU lhe lust vote Mood "I to 11, IS rente- - inteired in the iivv.wwa ni;t-avi iuii unit nnnr cinrv. J. s. HUGHES. f Mi. IM Ifocul were interml as witnetf, otliers h pectatOr. All the home of hereon. Mr. .John Knnev. a liHviuir doduml tut l&eue. Mr. nuaiii t ntati In the l.ancaMer cmeterv, Saturday, tliele?al talent of the town whi isdhtl nf drop-- y of the heart Mr. ltauey had 1. lmistou votwl for the bill. been in fepbli- lieilth for a long tim-l the Iiilsrille out. Tlier The eom'fKndent plamrd in one of the Th latent, in Ci.ib Oichard was a bnt not until a week a;n did her illiiese writeMi! follows at ton I ihej'b.T 6bof in lown which miild tbiw: there wat pkim Iveeotue so prions. Tho deceased wab Ute'iioer irom unrwn tToirmeuiei 10 me aueniion 01 .Mr, pop mrn mit; , at w childreu, Hven of - and Mrn. Basvl-n- h corn with cream and Ml-- 1 the mother of may be an imuntveby a member of the cum, This p cttin M'"1 vi,1' a horn, MesMS. W. G.. S. .. .T. A., John, r 'Il,' rftk. '"d oint of anti poke n,c nt over its irMicwoin in other toplo'b- d we think tho iutt' cur5e wa- - jnip and T l. Kaaev and Mrs Kale snrber During the year i8,.' I sln'.l ktej' constantly on .. fa'.ity, but it eeitalnly i not in joint bowes imriety. Watiled, iuimetlitly, OJ'I?-- .. and Mm. I.. L. Dnwnn, survive her. and ham! a full and comp'kt ami a caoual olervii n perwwi of fait t htailer, :oe r hex im- -i in niul pickles. Among the ability st'.cl. c a . - - .rivji - .t material, at a salaiy of jRjo per hiiuuiii, Nure Mr. aud Mr. .1. F. Iloldaui, Mn. mivnon irei ine lnejiaiaoie 10- hi h boniid t aimU that would ' Mim Salna Hitintly mother. May the irood I.oil .er.d n r Miea inn. h of the leyiflutioii that come, be with t'riolicl increi-- e eiuivnlent to JSl. Ll O'C UiiU Hir.ii.- Jaruef and mim- - HijraiiiP, balm to their wounded hearts and cause ant unidtnl bv their $10,000 year, to hu otiior eople'a wi ue it. 1U metHbc 1 Si .1 n mJ tin ,1 coiintv. liowever. omi ulan. For hi ri bur nt.riirnliin. :n.. Metvi- Will ami Joe liiookt and K. S them to know that their loss - hei .min. "P , . V.. I. .ft )...rt ir.nl., . .. - ,.l.. I.. .,..1 ...ui,:I...Im.I 1.. idli di, nf ylali.. '('., lIV M. T...ul.l.. V.O.1. ,..u.i I !..!.. Hail..... I. . .r ii.ti v. m...it. r. i ,..!,! ru ' ' - KrtneV II for yeaib a meiiilN-- of n i v. 'Hl Hi liFH.ru i" IIIVI lim" Ja V . ol the aue! ttut tt was tnj'.jetl on ac the Christian church, but on account f OO O niamdnp. Mr. U. B. lvllMittw, while Street of reaie.; her poor health sdie has not ljen aiile to in reaided 1. do-- s mt often hpeak, Mi Ijnura Siuitii left on Monday count of the cbanire. .M stock oi enter hooe oi worship for vcar. Ai i.ti.. iiiIih utAst oueivativ and nru momiur lor I 'inclntiitti.' lo infee m , ,. . -- . --. . . ' . ., " ,j r. , i aimii-mowau- i- ai cuecnurcu nern wiuullhuhu, UAbt uuunit. iiai- x .TTf.nrTRTTCTr JtUO, dent memlH.1-I- II the IIoiim- aud been- conrw in hat ttimming. Me-r- s. UJLiUJLlvtD . -by Hev. John Hell Uilwin at 2::!0 o'clock ij! the ntire rrpeft and confidemt- of lev. Nevera'an and 1'ric.. of Slanfonl, -- Corn N selliinr at W nei barrel and Sunday her - Is larger and better selected than ever and I asure my customers of remains were tak.-- to Buflnscilleaiu-- . lie is iMinrtiial in urincner aim i"Viujc. oi Kicninomi, ami those who iibbed lar'e ouantities falo Cemetery ami laid bfsi.ietlii.se of prompt service, low charge and courteou.--, treatment; Air. Thomas of the !luiie. .11 Woodcock. Dunn, Witthoine and lame on the are now fa( tfXMvtlK t0 t f her whopivccded her everal Dai.ton in charge. A. R. PFNNY other of I'.iiiriiu-- jmici Iucaster a lly- - jn a few das us nn having nil-0j. fue,.s yi'Hri". . . . , ,le cw,.8t ,iav hlm.e i ember. liiinihiiii HelsaUoa work in com-i- inuiiMin.iH.v. .Mit .'riliv MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. idee and can be relied on t protect is viaitiiiir Miss Annie Koyston. Homer t,Mnni,rv Hntl t10.e wll0 hail faie(, u, ,H I'ric- -. a former Lancaster boy, wa- - here' ,,., :...,. i,,,,, ... ,ilini- - ,jiv i l.e m ti resit of hi . John Jasper, of Hichmond List week. He n empl in the tail-- would have an oportuiiitv to do mi. the colored exponent of the theory that FARM AMD TRADE ITEMS. (LATK ALKXAKOKK'S HOTKL. way mail neivice, Mr. I". ClayMol. the clever mer- "the sun do move," announce that he is It heeiiiH Ihat our government chant at Peiidaood. hmonlered over ItH) shor'ly to take to him?elf a third wife. The (nut bildt. ate said to be de AND fcwrcely out ol one ttoubl.- until it i in- bushels ol oatH and v'n"s seeil for the He in iu his MKh year. for sale, A. ton not her. It Man was with oonlder;i' rmsT'Ci.Ate clover Day. S2.50 farmeiH ol that section, and has furniHb SomelKHly ha dijeovered that the bl blc illtltcultv that wocould be pievented ...I tlwiiii 'it fmi,i lO tn l.i i..,i- iw.nt.. l.ta.4 Cor, JefTerson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-HousI uuienl(ch. Tin nera ville. .. .. :i'.e of only one woman Sarah is dLs.. ' .v . . . .. . 1. .. . ... V. I .VI" .' I' -- Tone Hum. .old to var.m,. jmui.c-,..i XnrMnn? tl.e l.le out ol poor thnil thl.vlWlMbeobtn,nwl fr0lll otie, closed in the Bible. If inspired writers LOUISVILLE, KV. Chili for damn; to ome of our ' 'ivlrri'tb It" head ci ub cuttle at cent. could net so little information as to fern-- , W. R. LOGAN, from jmintiur the city' L,tmir'IM,,u.m(, b.ead depended up. ' -J- rnh Dunn Mild to Ituble Iirt, of drunken sailors inine aee, we may hope for no statistics A. Jones, J J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, 'Clerks. ' HliHiiaiw red at the time a revo u- I30. jack for l.arrard, a B!ltheiin of lleni, in xUU fcec.li)1M. at thi.s late day C.'J. fright- - oi wol,ia -r- .ubanks Uio,. Md to a Mad.MHi tion was in prcre.v. but bavin Wl. Bmw so lean we would have John It. Wheeler, of Danville, aud -the Chilians into an abject apology -- : party a bunch of extra food feel.'M at u5tdw. Miss Julia Ann Mayrield were married to wej(r (m ovmwt to caHl GO we weie (iemei ine piea?iue oi aciuev- - We ;,c. we met for at the have hailed evervpody esterday. by Squire' H. 1). iloltclaw cold to J no. Holuieu i1)k.H little cheap notouety by a declara- muleo, foi tion oi war and an appeal to arm. Af- - two veeks ami have only been able to W. 1.. lUwsnn, who had ju?t been em- mare a pair of Wither the few items contained herein. powered with the right to perform the tt-this ctunc the insult to the IriMi citi- Ueorue Ii. .tone, of I.ilierty, was rite. The Mini re failed to kiss the bride, Thompcrtii. of Uourhoii, nol.l to lM1 of vashiiit:loii by thchHuuini; out of here some days ago talking tip au iuter-e'i- t a very biuuiilar and doubtful omi.sion Gentry, of layette, nine mules at 5HSj the washinj: of the family ol the (.ier- in the candidacy of hi cousin, M. for his lii.- -t tiial. to UJO. in front of his in mini mini-te- r C. Jsiulley. (ieorue is very popular ( 'lllinm Moreland obl to J. S. which .shiits were made to disport in the throughout th.'i CHURCH. AFFAIRS. county and nill be of 11 head It cattle at t ceiut. bn-ras diplomatic Hags that ra 1. .. il:: service to .imliie auiiey, who is ai I,.... . lireat . ' ii.riuuir ..III iiir.uo .. win ii" Ix.imbt ol Tone Huun 76 hog" at U cred in the eyc.s of the nations. Thi af- ly kooiI man, and will be voted for as 1'owl.iud at : e. M next Mindav. finnt bat M'Kicely been adjuMcd b the ci ti. in November by the demociat.s of Uev. I: H.Caldwell will preach at - Wan run To farm on pIuiicn '.'0 ot lemoval from the clothe- - lines of the ol Walnut Flat Saturday at i m. ltrfl to Kclmont feiisive npiKirc), until we are confronted this viciuily at any man now aspirinp. W well bred mare orjFi.e.ld.'aiiti Middleburg run boast ol baviuir the sei vices on Sunday at 11. (Mr. f M and Simian .1. I. Crow. Mc--ki with tho Iti'liriiii; Se.c eoutiovetsv. over I lev. Kduard 0. larucet boy of his ae of any town of ita tiuermnt in writm;:' (lie troalv as t tint .lestruutioii of nev, Kv. Freddie Durham, .son from Tuscaloosa. Ala . March "th, save: ' iae in the State. A Cm tin. of this eount, sold At i w,. ,,n. ,i,.aiiK Dunn "a have iMiufced Christ thih Tuesday to K. I.. Wois, of lmrview, oiihv of 0111 t.l." and we are adiomi- - of out lounsman. J. M. Durham, is only "Thirty-fou- r -jack foi VH- .- ihlie, 'M lo w I.I a hue :l y.mr-.dof soine ow n HIh ver seven yeais oi aue and tipa week. I expect top to Shrevepoit, Ijc , 107 Duumls. Ills lather is next week to pi each for Dr. WuiLear, I. cliiuond ItejriMcr. in the use ol insulliiiL' worde. or in re tl.e beam at ' ' lhiii fellow bv any means. His atd will be home tin- la.st of March." I W Dhmou ami John Criitchtield ,irtii... i" iiiiiiniiUiinii ".1 IM U1V w.. nr'olittl viliith m .niivMl .,u in ti... " weight is sotuewln-rC. SINK ' J N. MEXEFKI the neighborJournal. i put 111 ten acre of watermelons and Chili. The Kimlish I'lemier thinks that! hood oi 'Ml pounds. Hut Freddie it Hev. J. It. Cottrell. well known to farm. thuto is no necc"it A. M. Feland's foi a coutiuuance 1 11.I loupes on seems will outstrip him in avordupois. many people in Frankfort and throughpiei-ol mound in the county foi of tho truat.i .of lat vein, but ti.ebc-t out Kentucky, was robbed of $11- - and that possibly Her Majesty's joveriimeut tl.i purposi. XSlA-XjEIBIS IlsT H. A. Soiiimeip, ofthe Kentucky his trousers one eviiitm.' last week at hi W. I Aid. i sold to Mr. Iuiih-- miht consent to a limit of .!0,0(H) folthe home hi- - ciop 01 new P bo taken during the season. Our uov-- , I'ic- -s Associ.itioii, r le, of l.exinirtou. and alternates to the install earnestlx lor the lowing delegates hemp, about 10,000 pounds, at f M. eminent is Association, which meets preac lar was known to have that much National Press M.ttt Kenney sidd to same altout lliO.WK) coutiuiiatiou of the treaty that piohihits .. . May 17 monevat iiit time, ami while the clever ' ran eutirclx the taking of seals, at least for ot San Francisco Mime puce. pounds, at the Will Wilus. Hopkinsville Keutuck-ian- :. Cottrell'.-trienhim sympathize with Rough and Dressed Lumber. Lath. Shingles, Alouldins Hrackets another year. The hih conteiidint; pai W. Complou, Madisonville Huh- - thev want to know where he mit that Vestenlay was a ratbei dullVnunty ties are not agreed upon the modus viv- and X'crandalt Work. vast sum. Frankfort Capital. and there is 4 likelihood of more ' tier, nllernate. louit day, althouch a fair crowd was in Henderson Journal; cattle on t rouble before the mattei is settled. It' Starling Marshall, Quclclln'a Arnica Salve Mwti. There weie about News, The belt ulc in the world lor cut, bruiiet 100 sold. Prices remain!) lo be seen whether the watlike John D. P.abbave, Hreekinridue the market and about toro, ulcrr, salt rheum, fever tore, tetter, chapThe hcst selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. ped hand., chilbtamk, corns and all Ut. crup ranged from to'JJu. llotses 5'j'i toiM). pint that pervaded the political iitmos- - altei uate. T. (i. tiont and potitnely cures piles, or no pay requirJ. W. Hopper, pheie some mouth- - since has died out, No mules were alleied. - - ed. It i gmranteed to (iu perfect tatiiUitior, Ollicc Trice as cent per box. per cent, of or whether "0111 voice is still tor war." Morris, Jessamine Journal, alternate. or renney refunded . k'..iitn,kv nroduefs O.'l (leoruetown Times; nrale by A R. Penny, Stsnlord, Ky. John A, Hell, lii.k . t .. 1. ....... .! V nor nmit fk( (lit tnliAC u IIIU liriUI nm itiiuvifiwiMi umu tfliSI.A " iCi itv i'' nmliiiuiiw.il tlt.it uniiu Kill I" French 'l...on. b.ch.nond Climax, al Tlie First Step. county raises a biK per cent . taudim: army numbers onlysome to. Fayetle ou are run down, can't eat can't 'crli.ip andChiistian county heads! out) lllell an,j our IlrtVV ,out jo.OOO, and k""1''- of the former .1.,.. r:m t think can'C do Kin, thinir to our at .,,.. "I J. III. IV. , ..I l,, .. i lion, Jilil VOll UUlnler Ullil ails von. Uu allMrk ,.f 11... I.ul nllliu hlttl-- . U itll IiearlV IT.(HH). ill,., llnllul, urinv uu.l .,,,, , l..,uj n'niii; .. ....-......w... lilt- 11.. in ,., i.iv. m.ii. ,,,. x.i.'v ii i. should heed the watnins. 0u re taUn the t O. Jones, pul tl. ....n till. iKir. n:lT4 Mr, on need a none "(0,000. that e aie not in the least in ll.her of tlie l.cadrr. MckU. 'I'cj. "Iu the Ul- - step into iitriiius prostration. 000 pounds to her credit. . .. t I Kiiniwilw llld tunic and Kle. trie Hitters you will find the het paper tells of a timidated. Wir nave ,iiiuusauua o pain ir A Peabo.ly, Kas., system to it uy" PI. .,.ikvlin'k- I Alinll :,r restoring your remedy for . condition Mirpnsinj results do.en eggs, of the light Hrahma varieU Otfi WIlO Hit willing tO Iw HtMH'rals, rol- - brtlalillleucr two tUyi, us.unj.Meti d.ih for normal.thwIinalthy this Ncri I'onu and Alierallve useef Inlloueven pa.Miiar.lers, suttlers and Jh0e'l V."1" b appetite returns, j;ioil di);etiot l e?uu , id the fir.t tm ourthe liier and kidne)s rrsiime healthyrestored the smallest one of which was six and IU. action , a I iuu hi ho iu wo in and Ine contractor.-a- s long as the inuiy holds forii.e use of tlu onedeiilb inches in circuinli-rencebottle. Price jo cent at A K Penny s , wmio out ahlc to ulteuU ioi lmiiie Try a t.re. . The total 0llt aIi eight iuche-drutf W(. WiUlt is u chance to show ' to larii-- t alino-- t ase ' d , , . f ,twi,u tun before .. .K. ...,, ii.aktivn tifiiimla mill " our pluck. So come on Victoria. I is for ale by dav, M I. Honrlie, IlruKRiM and Op ur WelglllOl .1. I"' lllf Dr ix ounces -- nst double what allo.en of true you are neCinn Boiiiewhat old, but tuinn. Stanford, kj we can uck you u you were twice as oni A t.ittio airl'u Exoerienco in a LlKlit ordinary eg" weigh. and for Wheo Baby wa sick, we garo bar Cajitorl. Houbo. William Moreland bought of A. It. an you are, and our patriots who are hiu Mr and Mr l.orcn Irescottarc kmner- - ol tlie When she wai a Child, he cried for C'tori. cat imis to eat hardtack and Bleep on the C'.ov I.ighlhou.e at Sand Heath. Midi., and urn Hilbiev, of Tennessee, Caatorla cure Colic, Constipation, "Caitorlm U so well adaiOsl tochlMrrn that became MIm, be cliinf to Cattori. ears old Last April 11 Messed Ltiictaliou, Hoilr bumiai-hurouud are as thick as the leaves of the the- was withadaimhter, inestf-s- , followed with a When the t rvcorunitiil Ituuriortouyiire4scriiaon at .!c and of Fmmett McCormack tie KtlU Wornui, jive taXen down with lp, and promot-s- dl When the bad Children, the cave them Caitoria. II. A. Akchib, M. D., known Ct nie." dreadful tousli and lurnini; into a frier. Doctor 1,050 pound feeders al Je. He also solil ureal. in ineilicatioa. at home and at Detroit treated her, but a lain, Ill So. Oxford St., HrooUyn, N, Y, ICWUIMI, heifers at mere to the latter 5 she crew worn- rapidly until she ' hen she tried Hr Kins Mr. Ciilloin has introduced in the handlul of bones Tu CtNTiea ConriMT, 77 Murray Street, X. T. of (i. W. Utile, Sr a bunch ami bought New Discovery and afterche useol two and a half Senate a bill providing for the establiah-meu- t bottle, was lompletely cured. Tliey .iy lr, heifeis for April ol 1, i worth itsweiRhCin Kld. of an international bee at Klnn's New Discoiery trial bottle free at A. K In KnglanilOO.OOO miuors are on a pair vet you may get you a strik the World's Fair. store. of oxen for $75. .Mid-iuj;. m i 'i'died u ."S M J? TKT wiu.'lNij ' P SJjOlOXI "fc k QTX CiT) T? D A UJlL JU Q j to-da- Krantl-chiltlre- n I :Hj;reat-.rand-ehildre- -, ' j iut CS JL I hr o 1. i. Ki. Gr. a t-.Oin-Ha- Ik-st- j ai .Tr ie-th- e ' - rlrst-claf- f -- V.ravi 11 FOR THE LADIES, u , ( rlr 'o ft ht. ! s. j ! weie-euturc- .... ... u,' , ...j J --- ... ;,,;. m cr I .l ia - liM-- tiefe-tack- ?, yoor-noBe-in- to A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER Ttjit , etf e n'd -- Z-l- iir, Molln-Ilrinikg- , 11 - 1 1 - t s'l:.lz .&&& . 1 11 - lt nr - ,iinu 1 I -. - .. Ivti- -t illt.S -i Ol f- W Toilet Articles Glass, Books, , ' a' tt' LclulOJier tJJti I - ...... ........... ;..-,- t . xu j ,.. fr - In-n- . wear-'rio- -, "l , liu-tMi- -- i . e i -t. lb-v- d VL-- 1 1 .THE TflJjlLAB . Off i- - THOROUGHLY RENOVATED IMPE07ED. e, I v' Rates Per s pn-ven- t Hl: t -- -' Manager. i 1 TO I court-houf- e ii r y ! j 38. :- FOR FOSTER . 1 1 m w-r- will-ina- ic. 1 c Seed Oats, Clover Seed, And all kinds j -- l ' ."$ Coiii-uiuui- t. i.t , ,,,,. x 1 lo.-ma- . ' GARDEN SEEDS. & -- - - - - V e I 111 . Jes-ami- ne e , ui'td 1 1'n-s- . I , couti-mlin- ken-tuckiat- i. zs -- SINE MENEFEE, MD - ESH, DOORS . BLINDS. d- WOVEN" WIBE A1TD SLAT FEITCX. '- -'J -- Courier-Journa- l; and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. I -- , - - r - 1 - ..ui. ,... II C . I J. l fj. 5 lir-- 1 1 . - " I ;"' .7" f M ll-ii'il;I- ; i irm.-fl- ) Uemg-Jirtuk- - iX mu'il-rtt.t'- I "-- "" l"l y i I , Infants Children. , Uuin-ha-- StiOO-poun- - s U'.l 'le, - M-- I 100-poun- d xp.-lli- -- p 'Jiv- -- .a , tJL -- t. Semi-Week- ly Interior JouRNiiL MARCH L'r'oTS'.ue: I)nny's home. . i Stanford, Kv., li ' 189l) ...... f ..!. ..I ui.m jury ll'B hukhiiu $40,000 (hmaRes against a charmer who 1'eilVCr 11 1 S 1 hv , t .& alienated his wife's allections -- Out of ten million families in Franco have uo children at all, and another fifth haw only one child each. In an Intel view with an Associated Few people are aware that Mr. Yre&a reporter Mr. Watterson says that He beSpurgeon was never ordained. factions have made the nomination of gan and ended his' remarkable ministry any NYw Yotker impossible, that Gov. as a lay preacher. Hill in killing Cleveland killed himself Judge Marcus C. Lisle, county judce The her IF of Jessamine levied on a and that the presidential nominee must of Clark count v. will make the race to till whole lreight train the other day to sat come irom me west, .uassacinnett, th(. u,luspimi term of the late isfy a judgmen' of ;.5,100. The Journal Pennsylvania or Maryland. Cleveland mive j. nick Kendall. says that the train was detained about i tAisf, uhould see this and withdraw from the lan ilmt will mk U an hour, when the company's attorney contest. If he could not be elected in one lepublican district gave a siipeisedeas bond and it resumed KsbS witli the prestige of power and tlie iaB bpon apreej upou by committees of its journey. This is the rirst levy of the outer forms of harmony in New York, the jiiouri Legislatuie. kind made b execution undei the new he cannot now. Mr. Watterson goes on rftinntor u will'mako a brief stop constitution. to say that Mr. Cleveland made n good nt n,jrimu..,.ui, .after leaving Jackson. There will In chohen thi9 year 111 president and that he i sincerely bia ' 3Iiss., but ho- leolieil nil other mvita-frien- pi eMilential elector, an increase oi i but his haste in trying to dispose from g(Jl,tbern cities. over the number in l6,. In that jear ol hnn withcertainotheruncoiiiplinient-- , fiom the famous Mul-nr- y "01 veing necessary to a choice, Clevo-lan- d a refeienccs, rattier contradicts the ed- - jnu,Ki,'8 HSU fruit section sas that the received ltv and Harrion '2:V. ftor's assertions. If he tind it in the in- - ppach bn,- - ire but damaged Sow '2X votes are ueeded to elect. Tnu teret of h.irinonv Mr. Ch veland will no ftml the j.08,)ecta of ., ,, crop re good, Cleveland Matea ot lSS 1irh IT) votes, doubt cheerfully retue trom the tield, Mri?. ,)M.nr Rutlcr. of Marshall and those carried by Harrison anil Mot-to- n but there is no need lor any hurry in the eiunty, lias eloped with her cousin, have I'M) electors. , jB i,ut matter. He is too clone to the democrat- hnu:e. The hus-i- c Thomas DiMiey, a convict sent in was far Irom good. heart for it to peunit him to letire as )aml s n pi,limt. she leaves six clnl-lo- 1SS7 from Laurel countv, for life for William IJich wns then introduced by as there is hope of his nomination ,rt.1K ol George ueters, was adjudged the Commonwealth. He stated that he or election. A great many William A. Loey. a counuenuai a lunatic and tnercupon rtantoneu out oi ed democrats think he tan be elected, is under arrest in New the penitentiary by Gov. lhown and nccompuiied Atherton tj Coolej's on not withstanding the action of the ma- - j York for embez.lemeut. He spent TO sent to the asylum. Disney's mama is the night abow mentioned. That Cooley of New York, headed jo.mj; 0f.his employer's money playing religion, and for uearl five wet ks since was drinking and ht- - went to keep Cooldemocrats by Tammany, which is always out ,or j polit-v- . he was suspected he has been continual er out of trouble. His testimony concerning the visit was the tame as that of the .stuff, and want him to stay in the fhe tpe trust has at last been con- - ly pravmc andlpreacbing. Coolc . jsiimmated. It will have a capital ot (.'baric Putin e, who boirds at Mrs. The Uooley Trial College aie 515,000,000 and Kobert Allison, of the The students oi the State Hum tKUhD. The examining trial of CooleyS stated that he heaid Atherton Legislatine for an appro- Franklin Tpe Foundiy, Cincinnati, will petitioning the Wm. Coole for theshootinaand wound- tell Cooley's wife the day of the shoot"Model Grocery" for priation to build a gymnasium. To a be president ing of Warren therton, beioiu Judco ing that he would have something good robe Hendricks, a shiftless characwho is assisting to give them an education free of charge, this would ter of Beuna Vista didn't take caieof Varnon, Siturday, resulted in his dis- to tell her when heitnrned At the conclusion jf the tt'ctimon :n meicilesy charge. The deposition of Mr Atheraeein to be rather a cheeky attempt to his nite and child and t, was case was RUDiiiitrt.i without youngster-uhoul- d whipped by He ha, tied ton, who was unable to be crowd the mourners. The read. In it ht- said that the trouble be when Judge Vnmon announced bis dt not want the earth and the full the vicinity. ns Mated aluve tween him and Cooley began over the Suits for ilanig- -. luw b'jen lile ne.ss thereof handed to them on a silver salver. If they want to acquire brawn against the city of Xew Orleans in the liaisti treatment by him of Mis. Coole, and muscle, the farm attached to the in- iuteiest of six of the iiuirs of the Italians who is Athertoii's ster. He hail reI li $es; I lies. stitution would be a mighty gooil place killed the Mafia troubles. Iu each peatedly remonstrated with hnu, an he went by CooW'.s on the evening IW.OOO is aski-dcase f to practice. The couit of appeals allinned the he wa smt to again talk to him about Conoressm .v H MtTo.v, of Ohio, an op- decision of the lower court giving a man it. Cooley was very much excited when I ponent of free silver, has addiesed a $100 damages against '. thy city of Newport he s'w him, an "When named to turn letter to Senator Hill, askim: him to de- for breaking his leg by tailing over an about beating his wife he grew more i. fine his position on the iuestion, but I told him he ought to do bett-or sep obstruction on the sidewalk. David B. is (00 much of a politician to arate. There wa not much more sni. Many farms have been swept clear ami rc-St.. doit. Hi, answei to a icporter who in Payne county, O. T , by prairie tires. The leuce was between n amf all I asked him about it w s, "I think Mr. is that lie drew his levolver and One farmer was fatally binned while tryHarterisoulv beekiug notoriety and I ing to save hi home. A tire iu South began to bhoot. He hhot rapidlv live do not feel it my duty to assist him." time, each sinking mi- -, one iu the right Dakota also did much damage. Grover Cleveland was not afraid toco eye, another iu the right thigh, the lelt John F. Winslow, who introluced on record acainst the policy, but the Onion Sets, Means, Teas, &c., in bulk, All kind'of p.tcknge seeds; the manufacture of Bes?emer steel into baud, right w rist and neck The ant New York bo-- s ia not built that shot hit me in the eve and got on my Moid-this rountrv and built the orizual also Hoes, Rakes Spading Forks Shovel s, l'icks. (Trub Hoes and him l0 R fur :i that defeated the Merri-- ll01 an'1 Mv' l Mr. Ci.evui.4XU pays in an inteiview tor man .Mattocks. doctor anil he started to do so, but met that it is clear that tariff reform hunt be mac, h dead at I'oujjhkeepsie. Collars, Haines, Collar Tads, True Chains, Undies, Halters, t. The late tJen. of Da'tlty Hutchison and Jat'k Terry and . W. Culhim, A CtMui of I Ka njI'mJer the iv.suc if we are to go into r winning lli;lirt ol they took me to Terry's house, where I all in Ic4rniii( rler trrnKOi jtrl toiled Sutct fieht. His idea has been that the best New York, bequeatheil ii'.iO.OOO to the have since been. I was not drunk ami (ratCtlllHtlll c.h1 method of attacking the tariff in Con- United States government foi the eree- RONAL ItAntNC. POwllhK CO., had not taken a dunk since early in the all tirrrl, New orl gress would be in a general bill, but he tiou off memorial htdl at West l'oint, to " be tilled with reminiscences and trophies morniuK." On cross examination bv is willing to defer to those who hue to Hon. it. C. Wan en he says 'I might light the battle in Congress. There can of war. I Xear Ashburyburg, on Green 1'iver, have told Willis Harnett that this in ninehit e la nv pi.clon a' IrJ and while Caw be no doubt of democratic succes, he )rarxilJ I rir what a man et.-- for tooling with a man iharcr ml lor ihi htaJtrrt tcmcit l hfr hjpjjiu.' thinks, if the party is true to itself, true the steamboat Georee Streoker Hank iu who s.M, h N, Crab Oixl.anl. Hand Saus, tllAHlll do not reis of hun, but I lames, to its principles and fulfills its pledge to 40 teet of water. The passengers and member it. I did not know Cooley was wutt-crew were thrown into the Key Hole Saws, and a Horse Shoes, the people. The boat was valued at t'V "a''1 ol me- - l kn,MN ,u' ahvas 'oiiIimI wnie ?aved Axes, Hatched, Hor.se Shoe Nails, The Harrodsburg Den ocrat does not 000. me when I caaie around and usually left Hammers, Hor.se Hrtishcs, 232 Acres of Splendid Blue-Gras- s beliere in throwing Cleveland overboard ' went to his house onto The ltepister says that a sturgeon his house. Braces--, Hits, Land, Curry Combs, nimpy because Tammany has endorsed tive feet Iciik and weighinu' 'il pounds with two men, who did not 0 at my re llcirjily l..cjterf ou rnmke fitd'lr.idlnj uom Hojj Ringers, facts was taken from the Kentucky river quest, to see him about beating and sfanlord lo Milltditxillr. I Imula Counir, ky , 6 Drawing Knives, Hill, and feeli contident fiom the Spirit Levels, Hog Rings, from o and figures it that he can be without i ii r and now disports itself in bousing his wife. When Cooley came mile ll.iatill-Sunfora', 4 milc f'om llutonitlr, nJ from 4 imts fro'ii Juixllon City Planes, .Mattocks, Steel Traps, elected without the yote of Xew Yo'k. the lake ot the water works companx , at in we talked the mattei orer and he within ,nuluf MircUnd.a .itUn on he C S. K K Ihe film hn ujou it an rlcjani Shovels, Spades, Mouse Traps, It thinks that Grover Ie eland is the Kichmund. promised to do hotter. Didn't lauuh at pcioii tuo.trv brkl roidrac, ftlu null JfJ 'II nrccar ouibiiililinjk aud an jhuBdim.!-.- fruit Forks, Hny Knives, Sand Taper, deliveiance of the democracy from weakI was not armed trrt- of jIiimxI iiim for iolofcM.;iiit. ne .ear Kiyriiie, l.a., a evrrj jrirty. MuvK ofllK-laTrace Chains, Lap Rings, Repair Links, ening and corrupting influences, trom gro. giil was lynched for putting poison and had only an ordinary pocket knife. i lrcin !. well timlcrcd, jbiindjnll) jerrd jikI nwrlf all mpII trim WerC, A Nice line Cutlery. ami vacillating policy, into cotiee hitended foi her employer's Dido t tell Craig llaugh I was going to .N hurtful divisions Rope, Tw me, Dog Collars. Kami in ery re.pcrt or wlc iilj j6 Miilrs and theie are millions of others nho sa family. She wanted to kill a negro mm kill Cooley. Don't know position of unnxl Slinm r W I.OC.AN P af MoKIlTlTE-Samen. servant.ind came near causing the dnatii hands when shot, but may have put nev- them in pockets of mv gum coat. of nine peisons, Thk Louisville Critic comes back at Hettie More, found dead with her er thought he would hint me and don't Hon. Harvey Myers like a thousand of tin oat cut iu her father's home, 011 .slack lemeuiber to have shook my list in hi biick and over his own name Kditor 1 am not iu the habit of goin;; I Ugliest cash market O'Sullivau denounces him us a traitor, Brineli, in West Virginia, was niuidered face. price paul not cause. Cooley the day liar, libeler and coward, who dares not by a woman who thought the giil was aimed and did for put over his own signature what he said going to marry hei hiisbind, trom whom he was shot." The testimony of he accused was 1)1 l I l IN- of him iu the legislature, protected by slie had been di voiced. "The trouble between Ather- The movement lor a series of wmld follows the power of the constitution. The war ton and mynelf originated 10111 yearn ago in gettin; red hot and if theie is not gatherings of all religious denominations &c., at ' letting, somebody will have 10 at Chuago during the lair is assuming when I retimed to go on his note loi $40. blood greater magnitude than expected and I argued with hun and told bun I was hIiow the white feather. M.' F. ELK LN & CO., the meetings promise to be one of the ot able tu go on his note and told tiim j SS SlA.NrOHI) K I I did not want him to get mad at uie. (ji.w Coi vn instructed for Col. Hi ad- - i most uotewortbv feature of tbe fair. ir tlireats Attn ton KmtifMin Kran.is 'oHenli. of Aiiotn.i. have lieaid fieoueiit ley, (Jeoige Denny, John Henry WiU-Tlie Mugaitiieutlx I'red S.tddle Malhoii , and G. V. Gentry for delegates from the has commuted the seutence of Rosalie has made, lie told Craig Haugh on one to the Xatioual republican Schneider, who assisted her husband to occasion that be was going down to my Our stock of Men's, Hoys' and Lathes Shoes was : convention. It would be hard to tind a rob ami murder eight sei vant girls, uom house and kill me. Atherton stint k my and my wife abused Will u ike tinmore heterogenous combination than death on the gallowH to servitude for wife in my pieeiit eaoii at the sta this, though it maypiove the big four. life. Her husband will haug, iiowever. ' me for not killing him then. 'KVtst.d lilt- ot" luoHiier, 'J miles west of .Stan j Col. Hradley will be one of the delegates, The Traiid inrv nf r . when my wife and uixself had ford on tlieHiclln Cm pike, nl the low veais - eiimtv li. asaccompanied pnie ol his calling and election having been indicted the men who detained Kditor a little troubfe, Atheitun. sured by more than enough instructions C. C. Mooreat Sprinvale fetation, Messis. by Hill Kich. William Clymer ami Jim $15 to Insure a Living Colt. Than nowto We buy them direct from the manufactureis. We Win. Itemingtoti, one ol" the editors of Cain, came to my house. I heard that from the various counties already. IVscripiiuu and I'edigieeHe is a dark can jjivc you a better Shoe lor the money than cm be found .lsc the Paris Kentuckian-CitieV. they were coining to ku klux me. I ap liiown full siitetui haiuN hi)i ami tour Anocr Soi.in hik Ci k ui.a.vd. Mr. I.. Judy, city collector, Hush Hart,ie. where. hotel o'ogied for striking my wile and piom-ise- d years old thi. pring lie lia a tine inane M. Jaudey took oeuusiou to feel the jiuIm-o- f clerk, ami I to live a bettei hie. 'They were and tail, with as much style and .utiou I.owrv, express agent. the people who attended couit The last teim u the circuit i.uut drinking and when they got out oi the as an) linise in Kentucky. on theii piesidential pieferences hero did a fair lie was sired by the meat King Lagle, amount of .'ood work. It house they laughed becaiti-- I anoNuied. and out of :Mt men nuestioneal l'L'0 were Hent nine men to the penitentiary for Atheiton c.uiui to my house at Kowland i'1" ",""" ' .illTIlUillll ll ll.tl IM'l Mill IM t .iufor Cleveland, i:i for Mill, ' for Carlisle, stealing, whose sentences aggregated J7 ami stayed in the laniily room. In Lace Curtains, Scrims and China Drapery. " , "" ,y ii,u(lIet foi Flower. This I for Watterson and years. It sent up one murderer for life, I would nave iroium who nun i w in ,), Peiiinark. ia about tbe way tiie rural districtHstaud. :td diim by Hauls' Denaiaik. on ol Some very choice Patterns in nice Dress Coods, you would do well two turned .. loose and failed to get a ver- - another room to avoid hun. I wasafraid .............. r...... i ' avum Mlllin' Denni.n L. .. ... r nil over the State, Cleveland llrst, tho ..i j to examine now and buy early. Uict iu Hie lourtn case. I'inuvil e Met.- - ot nun. i went, uiuw King K.igle was of ninie t'lau test uowheie. Athtrton and my mother-i- law ami IK pieiaimiis and w i never beaten ill the sender. lengths in Kid Gloves; White ,i(. Opera Fire damp exploded in the Andei-- ' stajed' there till the day of the trouble, imnlel ring lt horse male or gelding. See our i fi and NEWSY NOTES. . sired b illaek I'agle, the Color; all sies. lute colliery, near Charleroi. Helgium, Atherton rode up to the leuce near my King Ivigle w.i-iiii . Nl dam is iihe At'Carrolltou, Mo., a tramp who Friday, ami over i'OO uiiueis lost theii house ami told my boy that he wanted sire of Hlaek Clui-t- ot Maik Deumaik woman was taken from otliccra lives'. The mouth of the shaft was com-- to tee me. He had fie.piently cursed me. dam of Hl:n k William. and Moute by and lynched pletely blockaded and all ventilation was1 I remarked, 'for mercy' sake, what does Star Lagle was sot hv Cahhell s Lexot ington, dam by (ianaidVlihif A mob got into the Memphis jail cut oil". Fireiagedso furiously that no' he want hern ." Feariny trouble, Ala re lif Im niilii'd 'ras attei Mjy pistol and went ouU He remarked, and shot threenegroiing leadersof a race lescue could be attempted and ileal lv Ihtal iJ pel nionlli. Cale Will he taken In Yon and vour wife Jiave Hail trouble. II prevent accidents, lint will, not be iepon-slHKI IK IN- all the bodies were burned coutlict to death. Mr. Mil' defeated Congiesman Cul e .shoud any occur Mrt s,.irHh Althea Hill Sharon T. r you don't do her right I will do yofl Also at the i.ame tjilate will lierUon in his own county of Lunar, ry, an adventurers born in Xew Orlt ans, right. I talked with her and she bks blame.' Atherton then began stand for tlie V. rf. Senate. educated at Danville and made notori. oii are to Texa, William linpt, u Oiacksmilliat uum- - ous by her persecution ot Honana Sbar- - to curse me and getting oil" of his horse, DONE. berland. Illd., WHS iu love with John on and marriage to Duelist Terry, has at he came toward me, Blinking hit. list in At W forhoise mule and is for mare mule e last been Kafely caged in a California as- nt face, and reached for his pistol pock- coll Kriger's wife and committed suicide laTAH work warranted. Tine Watches a Specialty. E. P WOODS, ll8Vt tolne lo do their jdaiiM to eloje were discov-fe- ylum for the insane. It is a tit ending et.' I said, 'I guess I will take old jold or .silver in exchange for Stanford, Ky. of Mich a career. Louisville Timet-- . goods eup.' Ilisatiswoi was, 'Yes, by Hod, W. P. WALTON. one-fift- h At Wbiteabrrg, DaTe Williams shot and fatally wounded J. L. Asher. A slier had been intimate with Williams' wife, causing n separation. The C. fc O. is recording a mortgage for $70,000,000 to secure that amount iu 4 per cent, gold inortgiga bonds for the general uses of the corporation, redemp tion of bonds formerly made, etc., and 0 additional bonds not to average over u mile, for the purpose of double tracking the Chesapeake & Ohio ?25,-00b.vb-te- m. I havu!' I hen began to shoot at him. I thought my life was iu d.iuget." His cross examination did not change the a bow iNoah Looley a . ,.?., la,e,,,1K-nuicuti- d j j - d, j n de-patc-h j , - w-1- leimmony wti out a Aril I.im oln County to cull nJ in ot ttALI. lAlhKctrr rxiinlne llip hnitvnrt nnl lie,it-corroboration of his (at her's. Dink Far- f.Ketpa to lhetT,ile.f Lcnlnl K'iiucky nier told of the time that Atherton and DANVILLE, KY. At A. E. GIBBONS' others went to Cooloy'n house t ku wholrtile IUcanlofurnih yonlhebe.t PAINTS, oil s( KMsllrS A', klux him. Ho loaned Coo'ey bib pistol httle r by Bttlinir Jvue fr im and was there when tl.o jarty came. liounn he Stale I'ple tlcsinuc o do llieir on work . mi al4 n evptnenerd and )itclKal man, and Atherton begnn to abufe Cooley, but his wife tried to stop hun and told him that Get your Combinations Complete and Save Money. was her fault thai he, Cooley, had it truck h"i. Cooley promised to do bet ter and not whip his wife again. They were all drinking Marshal Xewlund to the god clmraeterof Cooley and In- said he had ar coiiciruiug Alh'-rtoOne of the largest .111J m .t compli te stuk if Mtn', Hojs' ami rived him four or the. tones for drunkhildren s enness and each time he had a pistol. Willis Harnett '"I took Coolej a wife out to bee Atherton. Heard hint pay, 'This is what a man gets by fouling with a man who is afraid of hnu.' lie also tes ICvcr brought to the IC.tst Kml ofilie county ANo a large ami will tified that looley bore a good refutaassorted stock of Custom M i!e ami I astnn tion, while that of Atherton was veiy had. J. H. Cartor, S. M. Owens, 1'. L. Shel-toI. Hampton and others were called upou to teiMfy as to the character of the Call atul itmmc ur stock before two men. All skid that Cooley Ixue a I'or both ladies ami gcnt'.cnun good reputation, but that of Atherton ptirthasing jour Sptiti,, (loods. y Five Tltousaitd Ladies & Gentleman WANTED. Stanford from 1 I tea-title- d u - JUST RECEIVED, C ng tin-murd- well-inlor- m- W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. (() book-keepe- r, $31,-chi- I A. A. WARREN'S A tax-paye- r, Vlut-Cap- s. pre-en- (;HN. Y. Seed Potatoes, Red and - ci-i- on union ets, White 111 . apYAl Landreth's and Ferry's Uardcii Seeds in Bulk and Pa a also lines and la r JUST RECEIVED. 1 h rn-oll- ect I a. 1 1 of-"- ar 1 a"d POWDER lt'ri. i Wl6 Absolutely Puro I GARDEN SEED FARRIS & " HARDXar. ESTRAY. j SHELF HARDWARE. j j ati-ai- 1 4 r FOR SALE. I 1 j pre-en- ts 11 J - 1 I ! - a' j Uliie-dr- a. 111 I 1 rrlil I ' GASH BROS. I SEVERANCE & SON, 4- - v Beef Hides. Fur, Tallow, . 1 Dry Goods, Notions, Carpets, Shoes, &c. ' sUate-at-larg- e ' EAGLE - BIRD, prei-enc- e - Si-ot- i a-'- Nevep More Complete - - n, '. e 4 l. '"','"" I .' The : Newest : Things - - 1 i . ... -- A - I n Jo-butt- 4 r.-l- 1 1 .!' ROBT. FENZEL b , Hnu-an- d I nipRn: john, WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY REPAIRING NEATLY AM) PROMPTLY be-H- d. yu it - aS t r '.SJraipprT- - I Semi-Weekly -- - vtusL Interior Journal Boii.v, to the wife of J. D. Holdeiman, a girl. few days, including J. U. Uaudiiman hhs sold in the last ten shares at public 71 & Stanfohd, Kv., Collection of accountH u specialty. S. auction yesterday to Dr. II. Brown, shares of stock in the Farmers Bauk 1892 W. Mencfee, Stanford. Mahcii 15, il'-'amm J Trust Co., at O to $1121. -I K.o,WAUTON,BUB,MannRer MEANS N. Y. Skkd potntocp. onion sets and all kinds of parden seed at J. II. FohUt'b. Bon Smith, of the .McKinney vicinity, jumped from his wagon when Lis team Special Inducements- TO THE TRADE. Jhiving purchased at manufacturers' first cost a, IUSINE3S. 1'aint Lick, Kuckeye and Bryants-vill- e Fnohavino beautifully and nrtletlrally K no at A. K. 1'enny'fi. YoniHCcount is now rrnily. Please tall and settle. A. K. l'onnv. mippHe" of Hi your bookB and it' i kinds trom A. U. I'tuiny. Have your watch, clock and jcwciry repairvd at A. H. Penny's. All work warranted. I.kmkmiikh tliatall Bilverware. watches, fiv., bouirlit at A. It. IVnuy b will le engraved free of cliarp.p. PERSONAL POINTS. arc money ordi'r olfiees now. llecord. became unmanageable and started to run, and broke his leg above the ankle. He was also badly bruised. and make selections. 11.0. to conn-iI'upley. . Mrs. J. V. Km,i.i:m.n was over from A (OLI.ision of fieiKht trains on the C. Lexington yehttrday. Miss Noiia I'll l Lira will open a private S. on the Kirii Mountain grade smashed up st'ven cars and damaged the enhch'ol at May wood ( K. Tbiiky, (ilatnow, U the gines considerably. Mu. tn-da- Isaac Snoixjkass was acquitted atMt. Ui'K stock of carpets, oil cloths and is now complete. Severance it Vernon, Saturday, of the killing of hia rugs brother Knimett, himself a Cain, on the "on. examining trial. A clear catc of Horn, to the wife of Joe Hunlin, nee was made out and it is doubtfbl DougluB, of Corbiu, a lo if the grand jury, which met yesterda , Peyton Doujjlas. will indict him. . Am receivinu a vtiry huiulaomo line of Mbh. Jim McKinney. of McKinupy gftods aird invite then- - wanting clntliw e call on She una fivti-poun- d 1 complete line o Saturday. hadaolo-standing y uie lire, wnon ner ciouiea . . uue-niir.ieiu Him. cangiiii ano1!4 .is it ...I....I II. nur k. 1 ii baud succeeded in extinguishing thu flames. Fortunately she escaped with onlv a few slight burns. j . I.. !" pf,(lC(iU OH . SClld mm ,. (r n VUIVf FWVl-m V Men's, Boys' and Ladies' Fine Shoes, Wc will ofj'ei' litem ftt FB& Eteyond Compstition. Just opened and ')U t'JJWAX Ul WHITE (U)OnRn.l Rn.roVn'n. also " nuinlfl linn nr Bit OJDKRIES d.YD L, CFS. W r . l,-i- t I h .... U m 1 of Mis. V. li. Kllis. of Lebanon, is Mim Ukttik r.uiso.N-s-, tn visit to her jHiient. Mn. A 1 vs. of CynthiHua. in hiH iriend, Mr. Max Manes. Miih. T. 1. Hill, Jit., and children are v Mtinc Mrs. lU'ti Spaldinc, at Lebanon. Mies Ki.i.kn ItAtLor U up horn Som K'-M 1 ni; this week we will have an entire new line of men's and boys' lints in all the newest styles. Stetson's hats a ppecialt t. Severance A: Son. Money to Loan. Money in stiin of one thousand to six thousand dollar- - to s loan, wen red on mortgages on good blue-gras- The lat of pleas-- . began to. ant till townids night, when it get cool again and by yesterday morning the mercury had gone down below The wind was blowing from the East and the day was raw and disagreeable. are snow and The forecasts for slightly rising temperature, rain, with SiNiY was fair ami delightfully CLOTHING DEPARTMENT j ' 2-- to-da- Complete with Mew Spring Styles, and with our usual Very Low Prices Remember we can save you money by buying from us. Mso the Newest shapes in Men s and Bois' Jats. Eggs and, Feathers bought cifet on short visit to her homj folks. farm. Addre- - Intkiiioh Joiiisai. Mils. M. V. Taih.kk, of McKinney, ollice. has been mi n t to Mi. I.cub.tti WiJ. Thk hlijurd cent the mercury hero liams. e, down to about 'JO', but at laiuisville it of Centre Mb. Will H. Shanks say that spent the two days' holiday at was report?! at 11. limn, timet, in nut vearn tti M'Veri'M iuim I)r. It. C. Mohcmn is in Ml. Vernon spells of the winter have oivurred in this week itrartleinit his profession, den- - March. n vit-iOil-lenOb-erve- tn t'stn. I,, . - - - Mm. L. I. Cihi. of Williamsburg, Tin: Boyle republicans instructed for ied his sister, Mrs. John Bell Oibsou, j ' Mesirw. W. O Bradley, A. T. Wood, John AN'IJ- - Ust week. Helm. The doctor and Harvey Helm Feland ai.d (i. W. (ientry for dele tn I.kv. W. li. Aiinolii was enlli-III...... I will IkhuiI in town and .Miss- Lettie gates from the and 0. F. y r. .union yewertis) ,...!.....! "' !n,.m williikelv go to Danville to live Biirnam and J. W. Bates hi stand D. II. l',,,,H-l!"- l,. Mrs. Frank Walton. Upright and Horizontal. gml phiWreii, otj Collier second ciioice for district dele. Mm. K W. , Stationary, uilod fmln-rand Portable. All N.tC, aru breakorH pretty m- - gates. J. W. Yerkes was lecoiiiiiie r,K sizes up to power. as member of the State Co 1.1. Hill. Ad vi unite says for verely in Dmville. The Ih N. Jean wa-in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Uncqualed central committee and ti. Mim K tk F.i.LnrTT, of Uxiimton, a vieioun, mean t,i4l ri,n CmIIh.-ui- , chairman of the county commitDurability. her sister, Mrs. J. I'. Jones, while KT w,(0 fc,nH.k acoiom woman in the chos-eWrite for f ffd llluttr.ueii l'lmplets .mil our want to , her hiidien are ek. without provocation, tee. tM Wtj, H f Mm"""-'Miss Maim Mnd then difw his gnu on the police-whIn the county couil yesterday the will & CC., -.Ml we a Van- - ' f as been visiting the to arrest liiiu, whs of Barney VanAisdalc was admitted to MM0 ,ut,.,Mpt,., W QHK Cm M SI'KINCJKIM P. OHIO. deveei returned Iiohih vetiiniay. ..iv,.n - a ,...,, in .i.,, work.iMise. probate. J. W. IWtor declined to act ' Ix Mi-- s smk Whai turned from as executor ami J. II. Paxtoii was OCt s( i,oVF' ihv,.,e sl. idly, where ahe laid in an, A jku .stik Mr. Win. to act in his stead, the testator stock o( xpniig millinery. ixteiisive w,,lsh hm trailed his farm near town, having leit a written rcqueul to that ef H. O . t I , .1... l'.Mr- iur Mkssn. a. i ni ell einbracea (K) acres anil lie Ililes feet. The paper is given in full on our HOK s.M.K A.l- -I ml, and Harry liiaovannoli, of the the famous lagan's Fort Spring, to Mis fourth nage. The will of James Bili'i v. Kate, wue the tiewstper men here K. T. Uachestn' for her house and lot of was nlso probated and Richard Bibb ' HiHiwiiijnnanJniut'ii ml n in ,, ,., . .. compritiDs 453 cre ul Hliiiirj Land, nitja- e feiilay .Imlgi U. ,e, ,thi seven aereson tin Danville I'ike, now lialitied AS executor. county c..t Ihr mile fm,n iieisiitiitHl kv her. and J 1.000 to boot. He u....ur.,r.l .... ....rmlttfil.tn chailL.e the turnpike! Da tki.ik lUn r. has and ji inhibit la iht Stanford and Iianvillc turn- Woodford county, wherein- went " "t" j vae,l his place at S,iKH ami she Ht location of his tavern and transfer it to pihc 1M of th bet stock rums in the Has a Complete Stock of ... . region and it in a high jmte of cu.ti . ; tend the nitu'ial of his sinter, Mi. ''n ,ooo. L. lMwson was (Jeorge M. Lee. Abundance of altr lor ull purp'- . , sruwin, gate, who died last wek. ,itnBn1,.iiinii. I...u r les Of matri - hemp, tuliarco,'nJ oru and wheal "I he Und i to il ...-ioi'mi. Dk. Hnm 1Uii left his instrument IMIMIfl : : Mil. J. S. iMxiim and family, of Mc were granted to looted v tht it .an e Omded and mo fine mony. Liipior licences large and Karmiiiadc hf iniproimintii re PJunn, Toxks, cast. in his liupsy when he g)t home late for Kintiev, leave (ireeiiand Jos. Cofley. Anderson ommodiiu dwel'ini; I'. W. onvenirni ttock bar, Korinlorin make that place their ftuiehoine. It Sunday niuht and some thief came along Cur, coloied, declined to apply, in he Ac . theapply ol frnii ol j! Winds, cu Stanford. K 11 ION KS, 10 WALL iii.lion genuine regret that we chronicle and grabbed it. It contained several sees there is much objection to him havis nith IOXKS, i) KII.EV, Piuewlie .jm tint) instruments and wa worth much to t Us loss. and he will likely go to Lex t ............ I". tl. .. .. 1.1... ilu plrrt..il .1... .Irutln. 1...I tI. la liunl In Ittiu ri n. ing , license,j . , l" '" UK. 'It MAIIH",M I. 1IUB1IUIWIIII . i common, every-datliief 1 Saturday to attend the bedsidi of his Tug closest call we ever witnessed oc-- J W. P. Walton, who is veiy do with it. H'ster, Mrs. Man ard curied nt the liucaster strert crossing III, and w.10 has been bedridden jor Kuil, was arA. II. Fun, of the a of the L. it X. yesterday. Bright , more than a month. tallton, I4c p lint ii)i hnd li llluvl la being tlruuk and disor lonlfd iU;. says that James retted Friday tor young niiiu from liurnird, attemptl Thk derly and on being searched a 'gun" s Promptly and in style. ed to drive acios when the train was in SIKKI) I.V 1'K niSKY ioij. Trial :o. health has again broken O. (livens was plac-- e Wiliard Ho was found on his person. He of him, and the lesiilt was the , lyi, pi,n a few feet iOH down and tbnt he isat the Sire ef Ket,ka . ,,, M., teflrHXGRAVIXG on all goods ;old, free of charge. Old "old and ' I in jail, lie was anxious to hare engine struck tlie horse,, tearing a great ,tl,t , ,,, SrWe o'Neii 1 ,iX. Kc Irl, Louisville, uttering from nervous ih- -I silver taken in exchange. W. II. Hansford, of Crab Oichant, hole into hi llllIlkB and Killing hilll 111 a ' ,t dan KlUn Jane, dam f Maud .rfwtiiitwiB. Ill brother. Mr. W P. H'rrte mo, mrc "I charge! fend him, Judge Carson postponed the few minutes. Mr. Herrin was knocked J V,, audMewn"r if"' direiis. ii with him and hsstakm . ajmo. trial till Tuewlay at 10 . M.nnd allowed hi'diet than the smoke stack, but fell to ami I'e.ri 07 muam Kitty AbJalljh n. sire of his att'airs. . ,. , it,ei;irl )7.1y Alexander which he gave, with I.' traveling pasengT him hail at Ulintltt. 1 III' llllg- - 0 (ioldimlth Maid U, Almont und llelmont, tirn ground apparently Mil. J. S. Liirn, (.iotxlui as boudsiiiau. The accused is till lnf Nulwocd iS,, hotn turu sired .Manette, in r. agent for the J. .t O., with headijnarteiH By was smashed i.. liumlretls of pieces. ()im(if AnOH , .ui , ,.h, nd .old for very distantly related, if at all, to the f a?" f Hetriuclsims thathedid not see the .noo d, Will.' Kc4' t'ity, was here yesteiday in nt liiiu tion and .;"id dam tl KrJ KcntiuLy s here. I'ikli brothei Ralph Wilke, 1 iSand trail! till lie WH OII the track, tOO lat tO thr interMt of his road. He is un expeii-encem,. l mi olI for $i,oo aUo ore til vi dam of Mambntio rniboad man, of lino addiess and ;NO,H1iMj1,J,olln..kvi,',v i.eorue Wiike.i,, Wk regiet oxcwcdlligly to state that get over or pull l.,,,!. and oy .ire of Harry Wi'kej j m to nuke uiauv Irieuds for Dr. J.T. Bohon, our faithful Huston was the engineer, but no blame whatev- - record . him, as h couhl not lUm . .jC, Katie dam of Ndie o'Neii A. C. tbi villa correspondent, ha- - "thrown up th" ercan attach to ny iron tram iii m winl Cll(lnm,C0,e'i,.meliackinn a is, .vr .irf.iP.i sponge. " lie gives these as his leasnns. have stopped tuNloiialv,io grand CITY AND VICINITY. .rd i'1 . r,uf rn "I am handicapped 011 every side. In- even as slow as he Was nillllillg. Mr. .ahonta TolK vm mu2lr H'i id d lin Oatm. lsireCadi.ni,i'am of ul tlie of residence, ii regularity of ileiriu's Imr-- e Wl- l- a III run IlIaCK tliat lie American Kclipni. Mrent Mamliriim I'aiclieii lr of 'eigler hoes jubJ tcceiv-im- coiivenieii.-of Xkw i.iNr. -, lT Itily I'liorni i iS and " JC " . Tl, , " I ' f .ny Wille mails, uttei inability to get any one to vallied.lt?-- ". William I. Mia r the darn . II. Shanks'. at J"Ktr- . .. ....,! .. i. . (U UI1IN i...!,', . i..iir nr.... ..i Ml JBH r1MI'1.M' i. m iii mmm.jMkmj-,- C. Ol .MCII '. 11 -l II.1 dam ul llelmont Oi an the d think Intake notes tot me ami failure to Tin: republicans met in convention er. .ire of tlie .d rt'.y i Kwmwmukk that this paper u enlarginl learn almost anything except what I sew ilke lie of n't, ure ..1 l. ntantin l heie yesterday and organized by elect- i in1,, .old tor ?7,oniat puulic au turn to six to eight pages even Fiiday. during a brief stay in town, nr pick up ihttint t uh Io rfinmd ing V. K. Davidson chairman. and G. li. Wilken family i tlie 2reate-oi- . ol e.irtli factI'hM se h hSSF-- 1 in conversitioiis after (nirties have NoKlllLRN teed potatoes, onion Sftn WMne secretary. The administration wa for tlie most, tunimamt the bit:li;i tud ler in Axtfll 'not an item,' are discouraging endoiued. Sale W. 0. Bradley bretdon I.nn.p jfiomr WiUea follows 1'tini e Messrs. seeds at .McKinney Bun. and garden $s),ooo, .olylc ,o ooi $ior, joo. and I'm unable to do vour paper in 'I he bot Chilled Plow made. Kxtras carried in stock. Satiifaction W. Gentry were instructed for for Wilkes (eldini; S,fj,OoO, Cintaiitine S ;,is., and li. U..rnluirl i5,.oo, Ka!ili Wilkes f jo.oio and oth(iAKiikNs plowed at a veiy reasonable tj,.L. H. K. & V. II. WFARHN. uar.intec'd. delegates foi the State-a- t large to the na- er for $ioiHK):ind upwarl too iiiiineroiK to men . .1 II.....1I... . II Ke.l Wilke. Allerion.Ciiv Wilkes and Av ' plice liive me a iriai. tional convention. As one delegate is tion oniniand ltsl fees..' $l,oo each ami a po.nl We am in receipt of the WiiiTtCAis. lr II , Mr man- - more Hand at nt ir J"0 I w ill'alsn name a ' ton. following from (). K., this county. It conceded the colored republican-.. ,. show . third genera ... high few Wille of tin- on Moniais - Ion wlechrccnril both foteign and doinestic, year old how thrv that the white caps have made (ientry was commended for his . 6 , '"Id ti r Varolii " rd fnsh bread and cakes, always on hand their appearance again. On last Sundav character and faithfulness to party. Hon 1in,niiut labile iam tu n, Atliwlon,ii.1, , haiiiiioii tin1). It. Collier were vearlmj stulunn, rrcotii r On sir' an V Burnain ami nt H. 'limner's. night Waddle, an old man living C. dam side llrrere WiUes is rvlatnl to the fr,ll)u Snnrtl a o's'.,. j not far from Woodstock, Pulaski conn instructed for as distiict delegates, with ins noteda ImrsesNiincv H.ink oa:I'slo Aim jooi'4 Butter-Scen- ts at lL'i, WAMKii.-Ki- igs MandS S.. I".). ' eo t ArionAllertm Dire'. t from his house and w hip. John Bate- - as second choice and John ids..n to lay i io1,. io, at the highest tA , was taken Hides, tallow and feathers Axlrll.ion, Km Wilkes same night i young man W. Yerkes as distiict committeeman. (Jiiy Wilkes, .Vc. i ojl . Wille and Ked Wilkes ' Axtell Kfd market prices. II. K A W. li. Wcni- - pedand the ......... Mihnr.1 1n.iiwiI.1n l.i..nwl 'I'lie ffrllewing weic appointed delegates seoolis at $ao eaih beiore they lie. nine fatnoiK, tn. and Louisville and you now hate the oiiportmntt to 'ireed to 1... ,, ..... ........ nw.it ... ..... . iiu. ...v vili. ..nine Imllet li..la lint b to the Nil'llolllsVI llreee Wilkes at the low ir r "I Uknt. Dwelling with six looms left ill his door. Ueynolds is the son of conventions: M. K. Unlet, John Car- ... . i. ifhihmi, i: . v ili.nirt. I. I $20 to Insure a Living- Colt. ganhjn at li Opposite Hie Uoll.-tfiv. lt.8,K.i:able cit'zen, and i in .iiiid. tu ' ner, and tached. Apply to John M. MclMberts, lie is an uown. r.iion.s are Mnv, maun, io niui Davison. Joint Kllis Anderson Carr, liinj,alo an ?. clldnt hinduidu.il loal quite (irnin. an e. enlui-cett'r irI) mn's, ' Hr. when thoy will bt Jesse Thompson. Walter laickey, W. II. maCe ceasou oi miles out the perpetrators, iiClir trom Stanford on the Knsli llram h )ike A hen ti- All'ord, K Withers, James Dillion, B. to the extent of the law. ' t.rj n iiiieipy is paid retained on olt mi Wk have waited paticntlv since Janu Caiter and Luke Gray. CHARLES DUNN, ar 1st for you to .settle your accoiu t Man'.'rd, rs Ix reversing the decision ol tho Kin-- i with us. We need the money. Sever- coin circuit court releasing the late Levi Bsk IUi.i From present indications CuatK, ' will this year have the best base ance Son. Scientific American s Hubble as snretv lor 15. T. Mattingly for Danville otuiini.ed here Jones ever Agency for A cottage and lot contain- - tlie purchase, price j( the Stanford Boll-in- ., it ill team fsAt.K. ' ami Kiting, who last year did battery niie acre of ground on Danvillestieet. ,.r Mills, tho Court of Appeals says that Huntington, W. Va.. team, woik lor the Cistern at the door. Will sell cheap. If. some of the instructions were enotieous employed here during the spring Mr. Hubble's defense that Mr. will be and that V iMigleinau, Jr. summer and will be members of the J.S. Hocker repiesanted to him that and nine. Iranian, whose lino pitchMM K Mokkow ndnseda new t.ial in mm WIH wol, j,:U'KKlHlll' I that the local CAVEATS. negro sen - . . ThADC MARKS. ing was witneased here onco or tw ice last s theca,eoil'ompi':Htert,the mM end .Mr. DESIGN PATENTS year, may also be a resident of Danville COPYRIGHTS, etc. teliced for life lor tlie miinier in .i.irsnai Mattingly without security is not will.go to the Couit time. Advocate. fur .iiforiuation and free Handbook write (o Wells, and tin" good. The case is remanded for further at tlie same Ml'NN & CO.. .fail llmunwAY. Nfcw YtiKK'. OlUent linreau for reriiiing patents In Ainoilej. of Appeals. trial upon the two issues, "Was it tepreseiitfd to Mr. Hubble that Thkiik are ti.t" post otlices in the Twenty-ninthe mill had an earning capicity of .fliOO Tnited States held by women. lUlMlflU fcouih.ua ,.TyoMhcp"'lm I bero ....J C IUUUVIV changed beof theM are hi Kentucky ami two a week and was the contract a tpcedy reco.erj "h"c l lor w0,'a- ert.Uton of tny ,HnUr impw In th Ur?t '"mlldlir HtuiUajlea. Xo ItiteUint with- Mire, a K'"" Mr. Mattingly ' ' L? 'oltlei daPKr in Lincoln county. They make mighty tween the Bank and k Y,mM injurious tlloul . S.l.UU am ll.Ml bemontln. Addrm. MtINN CO a tic r! too, if ours U u sam j out Mr. Hubble's knowledge or con . 't.Vi... M I. lUnirnc. DruKalst and Optician, .lr good v- - ULlhHCKn, Ml Uroadwa;. Kt Yotk. j I'tanCird, Ky entV" of the rest, pie vi-i JviM.sSTKritKN lii tu.il Sirs Dr. S. C. Helm, Administrator, the liour and lot iKCUpied by tho late Mrs. li. C. - Rockcastle, was killed at Winchester Saturday by the cars of the K. C mil- road. He win a brakeman and leaves a wife, and one child. His head wa near-- 1 ly out oil' and his remains presented a: horrible eight when they weit brought home to his grief stricken family. Mr. Cress was a hrothri of Messrs. W. It. , of this county. rented of and T. J. Cm-mj Killed. George Cress, a citizen of at the highest market prices at THE t LOUISVILLE Main Street, Stanford. STORE Propri J. A. URBrLYSKY, JL'LYES, Manager. HT3IUAM IDNi;MC:;II!H STEEL BOILERS, Semi-Portable 2G-horse ... d '""'" State-at-lirg- u tiitiKkr m,,,, rtx-k- , no-wi- 'h ; . Skriuk, ! ,, o ' jt THE JAMES LKFFEL - . .. ; 1 ... Tib. .... 1 ST CK FA M W.B.MDBERTS, i j I ii - . Druggist and Jeweler, f a - lllii-(- ir i int r I - 11 - .?""rl"e , ( DRUGS, BOOKS, to-ds- y PAINTS. V 'VsJ '1 lt . I - I ! 1 1 PAPER, . IV -- , . ' y Breeze Wilkes. I Jewelry A Silverware. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired first-clas- A I "Si vj Kt Her-rin.- Courier-Journa- -- bt I MesM-ne- ; V. O, 1 I ! d wtlLi-.Mtr- ol ''. n. ' s.as.-M- The Vulcan Chilled Plows, year-ol- d ! mti-iitute- ' i. j. i il. -' -- I e ..... aii ,- ' . .. ..-- ! I fft?i;: -- - Lii a hi T- - I 1 - i I "WTKJTa tmrvx , I ; -- - i . br-i-- i n i - I'.-t- I - nia-'- n iiiiiir.n GOODS. (Hen's anil Boys' Robber Coats, Mcintosh ... . I -- - .. ..... u-.- i , I I I I , .........,, - ' - I A-- r .,. Rubber Boots, Hf V . I Rubber Slides, ' :A i t iw fraud-tilunt- (tun I..eij;iiijs, e rHrr::eV;iy' -- Slicker Coats and Slicker Pants. : - post-maste- i, wkl. M. M'ROBIRTS HXGGI1VS. ' j t iiti ...jjfk tX jirisj-z- s Aif j. . -- A. hi'fv "f" Semi-vveek- ly I, Barney VanArsd.ilc, of Lincoln Published Every Tuesday and Fr day county, Kw, do make, ordain and pub-llsthe following as my laet will and AT teidament, hereby revoking .my and all U AKlt VICAR. I AD'.VNCM former wills that I may have uiadp. Item 1st. I direct that my executor, Vhen no; fo paid S3.60 v'.l v.e charned.l hereinafter named, pay my funeral expenses and all jmt debts against my esK. u. LOCAL TIME CARD. tate as soon after my death as practicable, ami that he have a memorial tablet Train ic.ivrs Rowland at ; oo a. m., returning erected over my grave, fimlliir to those it 5:o p m now over the graven- of the deceased members of my family. L. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. 'J. 1 have heretofore provided for my j n.ai t(llUl0 lo lh publK t h r n la i? pm prc3Pnt wife, Sallie. in an antenuptial Mail tram going North .... Ml V Vimiii .. V ., .t..-- "l 'V under Caih Sytn and thai the people ' South.., " t34Pm contract, recorded in the clerk's oflice vmm,.pu, .....,U1 .n - . V"' """'! rapidly laUhliij.n l the fact thai Ward. benetitOl'his i ljura l?pre train " South.... Alld if any yrrm.d n.'ler lhy " North.. .. I'rOCtOr -- "ttlUent of HIV ettate .15ic of the Lincoln comity court, the terms of iiioram rtasou joihi W. 1UI 1111 B,,..h iwim nipiu'i he uire!..iiin.v nn.oe- .- better ly.tem. hih Mrlh,- iar,.o..i imr.He.t I iwknow .6 5i m which have been faithfully complied shoiiU fai to Lcal FreiKht North ue as aitu'.., guardianr.r uiwinl.i Ciueu Hiiainsiitiy d. ....i.. South.. .5 up uu iuxuvuii oi meiubrr that I keep rontantl on hand .. i f,.n.. with bv me. and I give her nothing in oi.i The latter train alto carry paeneri. LMh-ui- . utiarttnent f dry (ioodt, l.r etli, .wur.itifvhi.hHf,.n. wil. the interest in renuuudei. or otherwise, The skoee ii calculated on standard tine. Solar addition to what I have given her in Hook, SIiwj, Han and the like Call In and ecemed daughter, fcalthat ontract. ciae ii about o minute, fatter lim ..t.ftln- - - 9i.t i vi "r. it i. inv will inhent.d by my . h iw my KOi.1., hlch i replenihel almnit dil it is my wilt He. in her mother p. p,,ti.ii, lM.i.i.oint,..l , : my .1 in his I have heretofore deeded to J II. Ull.lUS. KowUnd Kv 5?ir QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. ,"T. daughter, IMIe. child of my tcond wife, sieaa: ami in case uuiu r'.S ........ 1. ia, that sucli claim be made a charge on the tun iu aci, u I ucindn, a hmA 1. Laiiham and lot in my will that Dr. Steele l!aile be ap portion of my estate herein given to my John K Cattleman Inn rm nllie V. Kwiu If' 4U In addition I now give her the ,farm in pointed, and if he should fail to act, that grsnd daughter, J, s.mlu .1 d John II. L'raig pys otl the sum for Nc an lie at Lincoln county, neir MciCinm-yill Wm. II. Higgins b" appointed. u l p. in bv me from J. B. Bead, nud also And it is my mither will that tho guar whirhlhold his notes I inn willing 'n North ri iu a ii . No 4 in bN the sum of itld J at the Unob land conveyed to me by mi I III .iinn of my grandson, Wui. Craig, make tliHt it shall be credited litcal 3 4t, p. in I Rind. She is to hold the farm for and .innual sittluinenta a such with tile 51.1W. . 12. I PP'1" ")' friend, John during tne term oi ner naiuini me coutitv court. lftlMn'ivulo my grand-- ! t of lot No. 12 in i'roctor. of Danville, executor ol this, her separate estate, the rents ami prolits V'uj. Craig, n, stament and give men "y l"t will and of which are in no wise to be -- ubject to Bullaio Springs Cemeterv, upon "8 ac to make any and any hi hubrottier, Barnev, is buried. If there is! '" tH P' the Mabilit'eo? her niesent or .... i..n.i.t..,.u i.n.i.i tnu ..r.iv.. .it an aies oi real estate neiein turecnu tntv husband and at her death the and estate in said tract oMand is to mv annul aon, Barney Uraig. btlore my without the iuterpnsit,on of the to.irts. ve him full power as such to. " i bowel complaints ret in fe simple in the heirs of her deuui.itwiav will that my bodv. But if she should die without cause u suitable one to be erected, ttu I "kV win eynnwH to an and all the n- - B A U13EE & C ASTLEM AN hereunder, and I cured and prevented h? '""V leaving living i5ue, it N my will that cost of w hich is to be cliargvd Win. my executor after the probat-- 0. nid tiact of laud b sold by my execuby prompt MANAGKR. in dn.il settlement ol my estate. thw will before the Lincoln county tor and the proceed be given to the For- I give to tuv niece, .Mrs. late dark, use of on uie rev- -; Commerce Euilding, Louisville. w aiso nave u spieau ciriu ,iii!i'iiiiii3tiiii""ii"i ........ uie i the iioiidtt ami lot iu Mercer .on'rol of the MethodiM Kpiscopil kv., wLetebhenow lives and lmh 1 oni oi me novie couuiy wuri. ami u Agent throughout t.ie South pubchurch. 1 for any reasonable cause my puic1Hpi (r0ui J. K. Wilson, wliu Ii she ne " i"(iires, ue rimy aiso nave lished in the KentucKv Advocate, of ' Bel'e. desires to sell the farm ls l0 nave allj t0 i)0!.l tor aud duruiif They d vised to her in thiiti'tn with a view tm. tl.rm y Ul, natural life, aud at hen )nviile. or tie Intkiuuk Jol'rnal. ot VT. A. TBIBBLS, Local tnnford. if lrw'iWiniT ulanwliore. rIip tnnv do 0. .!.... i. .t ....,.,. hi ,l it u.i, I nr.iiinit v 1,m regulate liver, Jtnwl and acknowledged this. 23d day t.rovided he makes J. II. IMxtnn, or if ' 8oM anil tlie Vrou follows. STA.NfORD. KV divided N vnAiiivlb. "v. Sso auv rwon he fails to act, som other 0m. fourth to u. niece, Marv Aim Van ' of ' Attest. A. A. McMsmsy, man her trustee, good and lt ijvmg, but it not living, to her Jand greatly VEX DOME HOTEL who will qntliiy a such a required bv N0IJi)vrttr fci,ter, Mi. Wm. Adkiuson. oue " A V.T"N' u law, nun Ken fiiu iji in iiii'i iri-- i to Uoaiee, oiiiy UMiu natunier luiutn W Comcii.. I.l ACl iritlV. I'rreinvest the proceeds in real estate, sub- - 0f ,uv Ul.jiU,., bnnon VanAisdale, I, Barney VanArstlale, do publish the to th" condition", restrictions and j.mrtn t. Addle .Mav. oiilv iiaughter of following will, II.JR. CAMNITZ, MaiiK'r, as a c(nlicil to mv iiiimaiinnsanoveseiiorui. i n irive leplev, (Joruniu- - au.rsuaif, auu. , ,",, M S.i IS1" the pair of work one ,omtj. to una. youngef-- tlnugbter ot"' , to my daughter, ill STN til K K .....;, ke Lowell, tteni 7 of mv will, as I ' mules, the bay mine nud wagon and liar - IUV lUt.lv. ,ln. Kluabeth .MoDonley. bNve-initmking it paid ."mo toward IK r iukhly refilled and rtfiuii.thr . and fmlr r .attend l the v. ntt o the nes3 now 111 her possesion, till ol wineii uhlir A I appoint aud empowei mv uepi.w, procuring a pareonage for tlie M. K trr ,'WUiregw - to be held as her sep irate etate, fn-nne "AMPLK ROOM atta. hed . n- A. S. cor,ieliUs VanArsdme, to maVe taie ot Church otttli. f Mauford. ,.i lliiiMllli;iir"i.inuiiii.i'iim"..i his , 4U i,rutiertv lUC Utaill Ul .H JS. Clark lMk..,n..f Hi V It, quests in IrtA Will I SUROKO.v J h Interior Journa: WILL OF BARNEY YANARSDALE. y -- he nttains tho age of "C years; that ho act as his trustee after ho'attnitia his majority until he is 0 years of age, in all particulars as set forth in this will, though he mav surrender tho manage- ment of said estate to William N. Cniig. any time after he attains bin 2oth year, if in his opinion it is advisable, and to the best interest of Win. Craig to do so. If my giaud sou, Willi im, marries at any time, he may occupy the brick dwelling herein devised to tiim as a residence, if he desires to do so. It is my further willundrequestthat the guardian and trustee ot win. Cralcr keen insurance l poiiiiesot not lies inani.wu eirlt onj and dwelling for the ho etoro-tlOUS- rate estnte, the same as if she were un- tnntfln,-- uuu ItAllI I It a nAttf Mil rw llillittl. mail it;wi faak iiifui iuo vumiwi vi imuiu'i I . The Central Keatuclcr llcttae ties ol lior present or aur future hux Lancaster, and offer the acryico of Fence Co.. IUD ll'dt, UiUUUVIlITU U UVU4 bothmy.eir rtand Ihe company loiiw UUU II iiicn ... All eran in arrcari for iG'ji taact are er y 7 of this will is forfeited, it i.s'to be adLincoln county. I am very thankful for the liberthai if tnelr lanrii are not nald on or an.! hope by lair dealing to notified al pa inmate ded to the fuud mentioned in this item County Court day. ratmert hi need ol a ifeoJ fure tlity will find Ihelrthe 14th ilav of Mai lor merit continuance iSji, and disposed of in the name inanuer. fence will hud proi.rty advertlMHl Mter Hot in Stanford tale in the colnmnt ol the lutcilor journal. My cash is on deposit ifl the Boyle Na County crtd.V J N MKNKKKF. Very Truly, M Vt. JOHNSON'. tional and Farmer National Banks, of Sherif ' '.aiolu County ioj National Bank, of Danville and tho First Stanford. 12. Should any claim be successfully SALOON HOTEL . prosecuted ag.uust my estate, on account of the in remainder or other- - Dealer in General Merchandise, AT ROWI.AMi wise inherits! bv my deceased dnugh- Lumber and ShlUglCS. . p...... D51 ier, .iime, in ner mowier sexinii.u is mj-- i uoocu old ror cah, only S-, . i i m d...ne ener,i TO THE FARMERS. .. f. u Sb.riff' Salos. 1 i?-6- J. H. HUTOXT, u,.-itinK AND ! ( ... , - O IK; Itor A. Xj iti-m- e i ue .ii..... .,'''"., m - ,, 1 pltn-di- d I t'e proately mv frame Hotel oSer ShUmmi hi Kooland which are now renting at V per inanih It it .ihltally located and a tine l uu lor Imtiwo 'ini'i ji a tettpiual point on a dii, It hat sood well, lai'k jl ion of the I. .!!(.. Tl im.--t Addr. 1 huue am! ofitr Of. Stanford MR' MK l 1 e. . , '.. c," t.r llRklH "",".. e-- .. -l - Hu-'onv- ill .MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, i M Ml o- i I pur-chflp- i .j ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. Will incr ami IJrcss Itlalcer Coryer Mam and I)ept Stiet a-- n oue-iutl- : i CONSTIPATION other the Insurance Company, Irimu-e- with me, who will Keeixnn hand ceattnlitly a haDilWme lm ol Ac il"i I" ' hu, ter An eperlelh4 ttnt of IlrrM laker a'p d bnli, In TH-bhu- tlm the imblit In every .n-..- r -- ; flu ! lo mad N rr & ex.-cutu- EAF-F-, that he ill tati.fa tion the dilleiw.t Am. ue AB,TIST, t- - j iut Ayer's Cathartic Pills the cleanse the stomach, iuui.' . J i ; I I j, - digestion. Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co, Mass. PRICE, DENTIST. assist ! , - "v Aoat, u will hi a and she tr (nctiirei of a I ! ren from the imalleti ph . Ur'li up to a life le portrait in crayon. watr cuIum aixl paitellt If yu have a pictuie ) want enlar(rd,it will pay you lo e him with any oc to it made, at hr i locatH ltre an4 will alvay. W hut u atn ., ,y fHcUon A J F.AItl', Xianr.t, K lohate your phoiocruph ).inni;ht al) treat lie makr Kemeinber c nt fte THE THE SUELTOiY HOUSE. ItOWI.AM) 1 hi II h I), K h.,u t -r oi-j- ec ni-- ,. B-l- le. lt refilled then , t A 1 LIVERY ATTACHED. CRRItR. I'rop ci i- e ' .l-'- ran.ient rntt.n H "limited ) W Ii 111 Ift-c- e ' I, McRoberti on Mam street, o Drug Store, Stanford Lfc-ii"i5&?- & fil' n, tr 1- HOUSE. POSTICU. DR. W. B. PENNr, Dentist. Office South fide Main strwt, in olfice vacated by Dr. L t Hu'liua.i. tanlord, DR. STANFORD, - Homeopathic Physician, a 0 Hi co lloiira- 10 to n a m.; 1 to t p. p m. tjmce on i.iuica.ier micci, umiusut ..imi 19-i- .... K, -- ai. CRAIG, KENTUCKY. nf ,h,rel" me nlior ted fiom hei mother the ...,... v ,. arfc'd .jentli. ',"' l,t" Mrs time ptoeoeds sM lemainupr e.lte inaunii of VKt acre- - ,. 1S ,,,.. ..,11 .imt . Atkin-omv 1. ..1 ,u,. " ..t t: t Z'V. M" IT "i! recently of land, after the .xpirHtion of ui.v life n , bp luarrIa. ,Uilke aalt. 0f eail, W.?? IS"? s.y. ' r rfve . as U state therein. .' Af.er her .eath I, . abow wt forth) aud o.eig mi ' ' "T ' V 0 of he Lincoln special commi-ii)nlu U. m 4. et My'i'MseddauKliter. illie in tier "'f 7urJs aj U,I, or Ut,p,h,fWA-- - .i' V?rrn in n. n i.uh! ,n it.n. :i of mv 1 ......t.n , ?'?, '. n will, .hat the her fr wnuo liteor.iimr .lt.,,,,Mwl. hii t ... ..,i, 1 ,vo,uu Ht.i tooM ..,... ' iwui Ulr. not loirv.pa.. . 11. .tan. Thi n.tiee forewarn, hniiin. Aaheeiu- oa our laud, xithout a. ai. 1. h will h mmk wa t ll.t -.-- '', er ,' ;J " oVmVTKM. ....UL. the pnWle. C. M.kPOOyAMiM.Kt J X unuer. THOMAS C. HAI.l 9i?ei ( lRANK ipinveted 1 i vnUfe'taf. . kwii." o 1.-- --:s,: Clark .residing in'ari Hn,, l c-- 1 r. It. c. morgan, DENTIST. . e xhvW ,s ., hU,i,eut sum ofmomyon mvself for life with r .mtiiii Pr Mllll n ,,.-, .unp , ,, r.igtetimu .huh , Pimple to ttliojl in lW (.(- -t , r l.n'ee.U III SHHJ lieill Hllll ini .', m ; S to i;,.o,,o in t in urluti ii tlin nrmipAiU nf A.u,u 11.1 iliu Imi.ih 1. s iiiMf,riiitii.il in it. iu reCieil " , HUM lll HM"1 V'HI". he ' w,, (roru t(lt. ....oi tie . n. together with whatever tMronalt iv the innil, which amounteti 10 io.uw.uih tIDintrf. have in the hnniw "I his gunrdi uimn, iu - , SS lim ,.nt 11,1. Q,,m olr -'- ',"'-'" nl ftth ...1 ,nu ... nomesiean mailliler estate in ui prf.-.eii- i TlrMr.i . M!rtnn, nf ,u u ;. ' which amount I attvanced oiu 01 m , flm, wlllUoVt.r ,,, oll Iiaud Al -I ,. .,Knn, "r"v d. d. s.!tTonT?ci;Bi2ft.VS give Brnnd-daugh- ;"" ... my'SEuS tl"hir".r,,,', ,,,,. ,. ,, 1V., &srz& ... tU. LIC. Si'KEI.E H.ILk A. M I'lEUAND n. w liAiNu. JAMKHOIVfiNH I S - 1,HII.I.IP Si ',I'U!. 1KA . ELLNC 1 .... i- h... .,,.',, ( withn.t I 1 N1,Vl.-lu.rmuuXfoDaKFSTUCK Dealer In ' , to mv pie, and I now to .,, TOURriwllion of the ter. Sallied Evans, in fee simple all of M;tll0,e,.: lM.op,( c rnyintPret in .aid storP house I havewhich I am a mMnhei a given to mv Mid grand- note t0r 5300 mid its intend which I jffb - -- - ,v - iub!:ir;rl,,a,rfu. ,,,e, fofn,,"lI J?.,1;".. linr.,t. ' ,,. Ti,l V'lSi ,..," c I O ryi - J -1 I Si fr. ' pSK!!.! "."--k; TJOXT'T die under the ciicuiustances above set eipial, nor me any atlvancemeiita to be forth, that whuteverpei.ion.ilty he may ichiiiged again- -t my devisee-hereiin the hand- - of Ins giiaidiau be. nut bestat'ed in this will. O. .1 I ..I ....!.. '. iiuii.ili.-i-i ol my iu im mint-- i.iii.-- r. liiliIll.1' II. All of the residue herein, includ. riocior, ol Dan- - not otherwise dispo-e- tl my irieno, .101111 of Keeps the nicest tue he, anil luifett taii'tyof Vine, lesiaiiiciiiHry g.iiniian 01 my ing the remainder inteiest in the houe giand-soi- i, William N. Ciaig, and it is and lot where now live, in which my Fancy Goods, Fruits, my will that he take charge of the under present wife will hold a life Candies Nuts, Cigars heiein devised to him, and with our marriage contract, and the live took tlie'arwntanee ol .1. Ii. I'axton, if denired, on bund, if anv. I direct inv executor to And I !.' o n t e uty red) out the same to good and citieful ilisnoa,. of as soon its convenient by pub- tenants, and after deducting the tuxt- -, lie or private sale and on such time and ex-- ' cost of lepaiihand other neces-ai- y terms as he mav think best and from ThatTie 10 keep tl e c1 eapent .to k ol peuse-- , that ho appropriate the remain such sale., and the cash the proceed-o- f der to the support ami education of his I lPiivi ill Iihuk, he win pay my jtisi In cute my naid grantl-soii- s ward indebts, funeral expenses, the cost of adcome if tnote than niifhcieiit lor his ministration and the legacies herein it is my will that his guardian in- mentioned. Whatever sum. if any, is (liat he ex lianset all kindi Vegetables, Ac and ! tatoe. vest the stirjilus in government securi left from this source, on linnl settlement, nl good for liacon, hard, llulter, hm. ties or lend it out at interest as it may I diiect to be divided equally between tc , lor l1Ia.I1 lie pay. the accumulate. Wm X. Craig, and mv my grand-son- , Prices. It is mv further will that the afotesiid daughter, Uelle. And it i my will that dvhtered anywhue in ll.e cilv ind hi .li,- - guardian retain the management and the share givpn to my daughter, William Craig' estate un til in this item, be held 'by her as her sep-icontrol of T lv iflp made m Rowl md . '" t ' 1 .. of saa'. pieces of property for aud dm. wTse it paid. not ", ing the te. in of his natural life with .. , "h5i tr.Sallie, in her life- 1 would Companies All of which are witnoiii friends in lhl line rid. mainder in fee flimpletc. the heirs of , lie pleased ' , her fighler, lie after body; and if he die without leav-in icies promptly issued. "Will uiMirr anninut ti to n,y md tu.rin. and li;htnlii: LuhtniiiB ilu-- e ing lawful issue alive, it m nn will thiit'h,., if,.fne an. to her sous, I'.amev atUi-hn- l withml aJditiona' . hare uiy executor 0. the ,eal eotale ,. I W Hi ,, Craie. alter In rdeatlcand to Ollne at Kirn ' ai na IUiik, Stanford herein devised to him aud donate the mv daughti r, Hell", I have made various .Mia-lo- u procecuH to the ron-1g.1cause of ' of cash and other artu les ol person-th- e Metho list Church ."south, "iltv, but 1 make u iharge for any ot TTOTJ and it is in fuither will that should he said gift- - a- - the? have been nearly a rna-do- Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, Ins Co. of North America, " it hit ton. to "0f the Kent, kv Conference of the Njiuli. of wh.chlUr. cindu' t it in un vharge tnd I intend t now mrretaty. to be u.ed by nol only maintain lit high regulation, hut to add is is all that I ' benefit of S a. omimtda. r hich it t'ci Itt lenr, lm si friendt Spe a tme room, for Kvanp.' daughter. Sallie ' oTvrlIvm- - and heir,""' P"n for .ommertial traveler, and Sixtv five Acr'i ol Sp'endnl Land, situated a'j i, wa created. I give the remainder 01 tion ilttiK'ht-- r. , Annie. ii.iiiiiair'iiar-iiniiii.r-nrii. Ol . . of.ampiet. Mi thedtult flliiifi .... ,,. ' . .. Cil) turnpike. Stanford, on riu n fi... etnially to the chil Apply lo me at mother of William Craig. h1o inhente.l , j,iou.uv Society of the M. K. Church said charge. adjoitiinitMrn. I:. II. Jo us item-.- , ZZ1 A the remaindpr estate in ' acres of lamt v0lU, the" turn of'SCWU, to be. mud iu the dren oi Belle Dunn. Thou two HUGH HE1I) Stanl-rioj K.. after the expiration of mv lite flafe ; l..mai. ol- fort.,n impious by the proper us above stated, nn to be charged to And HII. MAUD and POO! KOOMS attached. therein, which was sold in her lifetime.. UiXMt,n j,orilof Paid church wherever Win. Craig's share in nettling my ei tate. If there is an inutllrieiicy of my with her conenrronee nnd eminent, forl,jlt.v ,nav ,eem hest. estate left, aftet paving all other item, of i, 150, which I received. 0ft i the nv w, ami d,.,,re that the three pain to tier uie purctia-- e 1,.,..,,.;, named iu th a item ot tl,"00 in to pa tin- - I'harue of MH) iu the aggieThe City Jiids liai- appointed the following una amount on gate, "n deficiency ." to tlicerK to hold an election at the pninftheht.iHean.l lot in Manloni. t, ,1L,lt..ate je expwiie,, mv juat the it Saturday in Apill, i3, to elect Seven of August L LSt',7. by John including Uoti. the rents ... othe. incomennti--j- rv, Win. of uiiHral Comicilinen ami Citt lu''etor the Cit trom year to year if I Cowan, which was th Rum of 5S.O0O. , Manfoiil )rM Kwiih whom , fl - '"' f S. P Stajj Ml -r J Vo eVch !uv funM- - are paid Judge, S I l",s and I .elinipiished entirely mv right .0 j . icrs, Vieritt l college expense it ill Stiiiin f nuicil j u.fiuyucu tne ue of Maid sum for life. She took f,. '1. ?t ...n, . I in suppo.t and ( tlu t it Mv rder . lntre. pope.ion of. occupied and controlled in 1,,,,1'k, with a note or two po? M.i.. .1. J. W !IA DEN Clir ::. I revoke o much of item 11 ot my her own richt paid property until her iiihv be reauiiy ciwicti, win no sin m lf otthesiirpln-0- 1 my death. Thi left thp .111.1 of Sl.l.'iO fmni to pay the rtiiie It not, the tents from will 111 gives to my ditughtei Ilelle, after payment the proceed- - of the V2'. aire tract in my the dwelling, heiein 1 Iwlf -- nop to )e Com wit- - enhands, which was les than for of leiracti Ac, and now give said Havini; fMmtri to Wm. N. appoint J. it. HMrciiU HmiM, I 1M my I'.iitifr to lift children eiiitally. House and Lot in Crab Orchard. titled to in mv own right under the an- that iiupoi for Craig. nia abe taken - much a veal aftr children id timp; and iu addrtion, my deMth, if necessary. It an of said l'axton giiKidiau for offer for rent mv lione of nine roonm and lot ol nuity tables nt the Uelle Duuii nnd direct him to use what-ev- ei .e acre, i uriier if Stanford and Dppi.t ttrcetc, I have advanced to John II. Craig, four legaeie- - me fxtitl in w holt or in part hw hands iu Prepared to Accommodate Ladies ImiiU that come Crab Orchard. It lu xood water, tine garden and of my daughter, Annie, consideradie, my executot will have due their education and to a vr tteiriiMe place. Addu as well as Gentlemen, upport. In hi- ble sum- - of money and I alo hold MRS KVA WA11I), notice of waiiie am to that extent me my ilaughter uelle nu tno irm given notes for- nil ol which l Hes,re design of m v will will have been satis Crab Orchard, Ky 7. her 111 item .1 of my will as tiuui-iito he Pt nil .iiHin-- t nnv claim he inuv In anything thet may i.'l 11 ny t ChilI if and the whole of the proceed tal' .0 wane., against nn yl.l.'.O present lor the u uive to the teinpdrniiie can-- .- in - not leuivi-'ti-- d , UAVGIIMAN, I - theiein or till liv Ol II. t 11111 ol sltKI to Iimfiln TJIOMI'SON, I give to my ginnd-pon- . illlam N paid by my executor to the tieasurer i ihuet that the suiplus remain iu the HKh. AND SlOkM hands of her trustee, who .nay pav he. Craig, on of my deceased daughter, any good regulaiiy oianiz-- u tempei-aticIn C n cr ii II tel inteiest on the same anniuillv. but Annie, my brick storehouse on the society in Mnnloid. Tin- - sum of the pait of the principal; and if she hhoiild southwest corm of Main and lincas-le- r $100 is given on condition that there no Kcirtcnting Inol such give will be a Millicient befoie the reinve-tnieptteets, in Stanford, and I al left to pay same thepR.ut- is to go to her children to him inv brick house and lot on .Main ti.iiii -- a e ot my 111 Hartford, of Hartford, Conn., IIIIIH I y said hoard whenver they may them wearing apparel. oc, and and n Foreign and Domestic Fruits, meirluindise. her wedding trousseau and dis)ted otlai hereinafter directed. It Ik at 111 the foieign caii'c. furnished ''. Mtice making my will I have in given to her mother in her hf I had paid of before mv death, I Confectioneries,. Vl ai, ote fm various articles ot personal proper-- ; for haticed the value ol' the realtx given 111 lieu of it and baker aud can lurnuli tv, such as fin niture, Pilveiw are. piano, j ahv, f 9AU vinKh Win. N. Craig bv adding improvuiueiita Ha. with him a .VX) in of t,)p 8ame jmrpcM, t, surn $7 llrC.nl, Cake and the like on short uotue. for .vhich I charge hint ?0l) to be ,, vtmlitinna . which, or thp proceeds of which, ...i. ic in porPfnion of of my ev for final pre ,, 'i to the Widows Dcirahle rarm nf 140 I give Of nnn 1 liii I . Acre on Crali Orchard daughter, nil of w hich my paid grand-to- Home, giveLouiil!e, under and OrpliPiis' tate.n ted ll,.. in chargesvttleiuent Kxteiision advancements the care of, lll'JI t,. this .V U Lt at lt..r.l .,, Church r ..-.a 1111 and her mother . my said pike, a inilea frni Stanford. W.ll Miller. i7 . ., ."- k ii... hi .11. 1. V7iiiui.il "uuiii, ...i. u... i.'..: - '" tlioupanil iloliarp. uie aiiioiinted to several Y I dve to the rreacher.V Aid SociT i' 11T. ,V'Vr"';" ofri......i. ned, 1 mii-ioi firl-Ua me iif'riiiM mic fomf seven or eight yearn, mill inirinir .t i pain mr ner in ssarf.iVafs-sriJS... .. ......, a.... .i,n t0 forfeit tls aftt.r ,m. tle.U, JU,d it ii to revert to mv entate 1 : ';"S JUSetV nVXV'orh.K z!!i,:ztz . I'irSt-ClaS- S IJvcry;StablC. ho country. I V. Cfq " 3 W . h- - O ...biot.ar w.u Tho Bost ., .. I ii-ivV v. ift .. ..i" corporate v.'ii. ...-. pio'per....... w..M. name to be used beque- -t th . . I i ... . -- ... n n & in a S3 a CD o a 3. PORTMAN slANK'lll), HOUSE, K ,. 1 c u 2 n n C. 3 W en one-hal- f. JOSEPH COFFKY.'Pro'r. I giand-daughte- . - t.BK-jv.- . 1 - -- LAND FOR SALE. ch-lb- which, -. wit'-thec- estate nhove give my h , men- -' grau.l-- ; mile-fro- m -. .lei-ease- d .. rlnZm 1 i J. Lou-Ho- It ilel, lenbtated and relurnithed. now ""l , 1 i-a- k o o o II. T. First-Class'Salo- on d, - tl ITotioo of Election. ourt-houe 11 -- 11111 1 BARBER Ill SII, Ky. Mi tm 50 ..I Mjer-.Hi- ' d I . Tl "v- V . SHOP. REAL ESTATE AGENT Stanford, I hate uile K tery FOE. BiBlTT. . oni-ha- -- stoie-hoiea- nd Je-v.r- 1 1 a- 1 bus-han- d he-fo- 1 I -- ce d, j-- U i per-iuitt- 111 - J. II. .11 1 U 11- - -- a- ilin-cted- J3-:SS- INSURANCE AGENT, -- e 1 nt nitr-pin- -, - purchased bv me from Mis. Marv Ma- - ... n,st 0f settlin- - mv estate a nil the efjtially, ' ' "!,v" Mil " mn 111 t',l,,'ni -, ........... Is M. """ I US, owe bun nothing. old pastor. Uev. M. Lvans, liav . .Vlx now 'he Stale of Kentucky pre mh L Amol re.piest that Lev a note fri..Ji Wi, Inlfd No izm M5Um' AWWwfeTIHWH .. m. ri"" rf.,;. ffli,'' -tM., )jCW MtmXSJggBf SUgWP ., ' d.-.o- se !"' '""'' him '(). Attest. . !,'1 ,1"U n,-v '"r lwv Jtu-rf- . , Lgi V KITOVT Lpi-.cop- .il (liven iiinlei nn hand December, tin- l'd. It J. 15 - 17th day of rii.it A. A. Mi . . asm VA.sAiisiiii.it'. KtsNin, n, ex-ha- ve V.w ion. JESSE WEAREN 1 '. a-- le, 1 real-esta- te ati -- Mci.i. Care .t Sherman, ol Alctander, 'lee., reliiarkahle csre ol rhfiiina wtitf. ii. regarding " I he llr of Mr. Willi uu timii there a. fllot I'riilti , llie po.tiiiister here, had heen la-- ridden it h rheum ititin for teter.ll yeara. She could )tet We .old her a hot t do her an Rood I'e of Climnlierlun'. rain IUI111 and hl wa com. .ne plelel tiind h II u.c. W'e reler any for to aale her 10 tirifv thi.ktateini'iil '' soi bottle M 1. Itourne, Priijiiiet and Optician, Stan- l.yl'r lord, K DON'T FORGET . " Staple Groceries, Highest Market i And Provisions, Mip-por- t, 5 " - ciicuit curt which iave uie iiiiiiiiuisiraiur ui uiinni-- WIIJLIAM ItlOKISIwlXI), Shiviill whs thiown Shi veil $ I."i.OOO. the Ileal r from a bridge und di owned, owing to Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs the negligence of the company, bay-tSolicited Stick Cattle and Sheep h spu tally. I'ertm.i havmiraii) of ili .hove detirilml tck court. for aale or within tii aitie, vill d. well The cold wave touched Louisiana loiull on or addieti me An cxpeilMicc it fifteen lius lieetiuf proht to me and ami the mercury fell to freeJug point. tear in I tin- - lnitiiii. profit make II think tide lioth Heavy fro- -t and ice were Been, hut no and teller cau I'. O. addr Stnford,K.In Ike buer in., material daintige was done to crops. OiTio at the M)'er llnute. the decision of ' ii(lniu, o n 1. he pun-has- 1 J South and from Ihe N'crtliwr.i m -- nutlieatt and landlH at It dnea nghl Inlo (ic i0,' urn of the uHdrtebiped moiiiitani. i,f Snuthea.iern Kclllmk) backed up h the tthole lllue (.ra- ri'Kion t the Slute ttith railroad. ninnlnK lhrmit;li it to ill Mnnu nf Ihe romp... make 11 iiatmall) on nf the he.l lo a.ril tuim. In llir South iiiainilartiiie. and oihet cnterprl.et of magnitude Water Work. He no heme agitated and alioue Ihe Icmn nliouti thru-- fmirtli. of a liclit ,.,e there could be erected Water Wurkt ttnh tery little t(.t that unuld tiipply a . Hy nf i,,i.n.)Olll habitant, with the purett md be.t water in the world llur little citt h.t been iienlr rebuilt in Ihe lat lew year.aiul it. lniMiie.t hou'imard re Idem ; t ill . oinparc with (ine.ol K'cater pieten.miit Our mere haul, and Iradetmeii air all protiierout and duin well We hate tv.. bank, with capital Mo. k nl $400,000 that aie prn.prrnu. and a Oel rnndiliun We bate .ilci.ilid . I100L r hate a I emalo Collee, a large bri' k Imilclini;. with otrr ion pit aiiendanre and under Ihe prlmipij.liip a iil I'rnf. J M Hubbard, 1. in a flmirWIiinc cuiidi lion. W'e altu hate a Seminary tint It a go.nl achiiol. wiih I'rof II I' llliikeuunaiit. head W. have one ol the ic--t Public School lunlilintjt m Ihi. ectioiiof Ihe State, with oter 100 ininil. .. attendance, and with oilier irood pritate tclicxil. Mm, tec-- our ttliuol f.n illtlrs lire etcellent Wrt bate elegant hurt h builniiii:., ruprrtcnlin tterj cleiioniinatii.il. with a full corptul miniler. of liat .tlatt lilcni and ire ileinea better bimnc'tt than anv cla.of men in the city, I h ive tried to miikc till, .lalcmrnt a fai 1. without ant ctaKeralwn or ruliiruiB, a. Ihoso win. know will ir e out, and Ihu.e In. with lo buy pleatant hunicaattair iirkoa and locate good people with all the bet tiirrouna am ing a dig., would do well to call and ee me tufore pur hatipg oUenbere iin t i.it i,, . ..f turnptkv anu r r.wd. that hnn maikel. right la our dew, h. arc cheaper than llie l..in.. of an other Ounty Ih SUU Thrre 1. ..anely a I arm m tbt .1 t et er mllet from a hrl III. .iHiniy it herkeal shh tiirnMke. rnnmr meter) directum 1 lini 1. not a ptthHt 1 ru lriNt llir touUly el -that 1. nol Maiadaim r I W'e hate iht Knotti.H- llraw.h el the I. A N K. ditidmK lh . puihv frttm ai 10 Wr.t U I s k K IrwiM Notlh t -.-Milh, the K L.ami th' Ironi thi. place to Cincinnati, crrvttme iheC K () at Wint sitim; full ane. to llie wartt - ' lhf h lc ttcrld lhM.li. ttt have thre. lar-I'lour Mill- - in lliatzite u a mrke' f r jl nut i,raiH tijhl at hoow, awd the detel -t ihe imiui.uni region, ol liaricrn at. menl South cittern Kentucky ti lailroad.anit tin c it Itt Smith l) railioad. ha. created inch a deMUi fur all kiHd.of cireal. and irotiHilrf that vei .1 tciin el y retain enough lor home coii.Miiiption 'I he people ate prutperou., crnrrou. and kinc Iclietmc 111Ch111tiJi.il) and education, lh, l not a neighborhood in ihi hiuhI) hut Iu. ,, ijcoil church and tchool-heu.Slanfurd, thecountr seal of l.uuoln, 1. -- pro permit little city id about J. wo nihah lam. anil it Ihe ureal irom llie .Surth and North uliir . .air !.... I. i.ia. oln tnunl) bi at. well improved and k in h Iji, lunninr. iu .ire from In joo aluv their rwhn lhei and ue-l.- r.. a number el I lo. AW mi r . i 'I Imm I arm. . J ' I! of ami. th. t . , 1 lie-t- ) I eat r) fr A '.irr 111 111 1 lii-.- 11 1 tji3it.