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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892032901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ) Semi Weekly Interior VOL. XX. CRAB ORCHARD. Mi-- Journal NO. 9 A. C. SINE ,ri STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. MARCH 29.1892. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. MIDDLEBURG, CASEV COUNTY. -- DANV1LE. I fy Sr k I V. v. I,ewis Yantis ami Irvine Moran, home: 3 Jean Buchanan narivcd Sorts eves Is the pre; ailing disease , Mi?. Isaac Shelby i. reported as very S:tiiiilnv. i.fii-- unite n letitrthv visit to colored men. have been urauted mm- - just now. illtO'dcy, Monday, with very little hope her sister, Mrs. J. A. Haldeimui, in Lou- - aionsat the rate of $( per month. I'etty Wilkinniu, wife i.f Green of recovery. I2ST u..;ll.. Tlii. tiiinnra bin-,- ll...t ...!. I... 1.1M... Wilkinson, colored, died Sunday. ... u nt Mr. K. II. Fox. photographer, iV pre .iitiv ttntr.j i.i lint: intuit, to ly to go up." It usually goes down, mul KMjniioJ. A. Walls court was in paring a handsome souvenir album Kounf the families wl linve concluded to buy land ihodo the fellows who tnke too much. Ottenhuim session Fiiday with a very small docket. Waco, Texas. meeting w ill be held this week to nd remain, while the other went to McCltl Wheat, our efficient deputy Twin ImIiv bo arrived at the home organize a Stock Fair ArknnsaH. It Is sherifl, is confined, at home with meas- of IVter Gileher StUurdnv nisht and a v r Mivs Mottle Collier closed, her school the in'cntioii to have a three davi fail les girl at Mr. Zaek Hughes'. uumDcr, i.itii, Miingies, .u ii:n-- , Brackets Kougu aim urc--erFriday, thin year. Calvin lbn-e- ll at the llohneHsdioobhousoon He v. Dr. Hiirtlutt. of Lexington, and and Verandah Work. has bfeti "ranted a The probabilities are that neither pension of SI- - per month. Me belong- Kev. l)r. Green, of this city, exchanged when the little folks nil uai'l speeches EjuS ,X5 33 Cleveland nor Hill will he the nominee ed to the M Kentucky cavaln. and enjoyed a nice treut. pulpits Sunduy. Dr. Uartlett's address The hop al Col. 1. 0. Slaughter's of the democratic partv, and that the The snow on leaving put Green was on the subject of home mission!. lhc bcst sclutteu . ock and IcWt-,s- t prices in Central Kentucky. IClver on a Iuli ami 11. H. MoAninch'fl and Holes, was u grand success and will I repeated ' ticket will be -- Mr. T. V. FlaiK has returned from Tom Hickman and "his girl," Sis ahifilf mill was completely submerged. Philadelphia. next Friday night. TIimu hops furntch he re he has: secured em- - Oflil'C pliusuro fur all, an the old, yuutig and j Lusk, had a slight misunderstanding on The boys came near exterminating mu iihiii .Miii a luauiiig wnoie-.ii- e jew- Untile l!ow, .Ntturday night. Tom tbo rabbit family during the snow. Wo elry house and will begin work Julv 1st, iveiybody attend. TIIK- Mr. Manuel Mink has moved with struck the woman with a rock, making heard of one hoy cttiiturinu 10 without Mr. W. 15. Nichols, recently with his family to Farihton on account of bin an ugly and painful wound in her head, j thu aid of either dog or aim. the Central Uecord and Kentucky John ami NeUon Wilchcr will peel wife, who has been ntllicted in mind He wil.1 !e tried this mornin;;. is now with the Danville Demoof bis bourn in l.tlian Al'en. a prominent New nliout 7fi car lods of tan lwrk on Trace crat and will take charge of the newspa' vr aiiiri. the fall. He think the chanxomay pos Vol k republican, writes a lenuthy arti- Fork this season and employ about oO pet work, leaving Mr. Morrow to attend Ol cle in the "l're," in which be says men and 'Jo teams. Mr. J.C. Coulter so"ltly to sibly icfltoie her. printing. Miss Sabrn Haj left for her home Mr. Harrivui could not cary New York will also peel a large quantity ol bark, Mrs. E. M. Ciopper, who, with her and gives handle staves and other tim- daughter, Mies Kllie, were residents of' near .Stanford to spend n few days with and could not be her mother, but passed up to Midille-boi- o vnrioii" reaons for his belief. He advis- ber. Danville several years, died at Chicago Dr. W. es the nomination of a new man. It was repoitcd here Monday that Sunday. The remains are to be interred ' Mondav to visit friends. Mrs. Ann llermlon, the venerable a Dutch peddler, who made his" M. Doores arrived home Saturday, uftei in Louisville. Mrs. Cropper is reuiem-- . .Is the. Yosemite, was missing aud bered heie as a beautful woman aud as very pleasant vieit l his daughters, mother of Common wealth's Attoiney a left to day lor Missouri, whero that be had been murdered on Chelp's lovable as she was beautiful. Many of who live in Cincinnati, O.. and Shelby-- . vilte, Iud. Ho reports a dusty time. ' she will make her homo in the lutiire. Uidge, some t miles west of here, but our people heard of her death with the None of our big snow or rain has Iwen Mr. A. Goodloe Lackey has returned to the lepoit wants confirmation and no profoundest sorrow there, and the people really need tain Kau.aa Cit. Miss Ucrnice l'.nughman, one believes it Mr. James Peters, who lives a short Mm. Mary Iiy, wjf,. 0f J. JI. Iiy, distance north of town, thought last SunIn the city, embracing all the newest weaves. of Hichmond, is visitini: liei aunt, Mis. tOM'ttlothe diiht. is Betting rich. They have K. W.Morrow. Miss I.Uzie Walker is died at her home at Uoyd's mill, on Our town day was Saturday, o la- loaded tip his l Bedford Cords Plaids at 50 cent?. See our line of istei, Mis l.elle Walker, t iken in lines amoiintinK to over j(0 visiting her Saturday, after eomu two wagon with potatoes, cabbage, apple.-- , all the newest shades at 75c; can not be duplicated anywicks' lingering. She leaycs a husband etc., aud came to town to peddle them.', in black and this week. This, with our whisky tax, at Faint Lick. To the ladies who are able to sport and three very small children, who have When he reached Main street lie was where. town tax and nher tbies, ought, itK'ems; the DehringSea trouble the sympathy of the entile community much surprised to find the stores closed to fiirtiiMi lots i( luxuries in the way of' mmI skin A very large stock of White Goods and Embroideries at prices to lights, but our eyes is one of considerable importance; but to in their b.i.l beieavement. good walks and and :tsked the reason, ficing told it was suit the times. have so far failed to see any. tines, the masses it is quite otherwise. There Sundax he borrowed several blaukets1 MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Another large invoice of Emerson's Men's Shoes, acknowledged by though, tbeie is a laru bank account to j a tendency in icrtain quarters to infrom a livery stable, covered up his proV, S. Brown, who the town's ciedit (or the past fetf ears, volve the coiiiitn in war, and if nothing has just reached duce and slipped out of town by a back all the best in the market. 30 dozen Ladies' Oxford Ties and, Slip- and we will soon have all the modern willdobulatight.it would be well to his majority, obtained license yesterday street Now please don't say aything pCrs. Complete stock of Shoes. the llght- - to marry Miss Nannie J Orillin, aged aboiu this for Mr. Peters don't want it, ; let those wlio nre urging it do improvements ol the cities. N;ce ,int; of Udies. Spri1 Wraps just oneiK.d Mi.TavW MatliinMv i now opera iu when the lime comes. There jii I". The ceii niony will be said An entire new line of Men's and Hoys Mats. Fine goods a spc- Fri.lay'G. B. Foley and James at Mr. Sam Urilliii . toi at the depot, having taken the place j enough politician-- , if they could be coi- Lst The Court of Appeals revei.-e-d .Mr.lt. 8. Haines. The latter went j raled and invented with inuskeH, to the Foley, bis son. were tried before Judge cialtv sized army and it oucision oi tne .Mason circuit court, McForran for maliciously cuttim: and West. He made lots of wHrm fnendsi make n Remember we arc headquarters for iJry Goods, Notions, Carpets, while in Cnib Orchard and the young wouM be a splendid oppoitunity for which gave Mis Lena Hamilton to.lXX) shooting Frank ami Harrison Martin. ladies, especially, disllkt to see liim them to show their patriotism. If the damages against Win. Shaokleford for Thectinrgrf of felony was not sustained, &c, &c. leave. Dr. W. A. Healey and Will I'et majority of them should eek the gory breach ol promise of marriage. but both defendants were held for untus paid Corbin a visit lHst week. They Held and never return it h likely the Married, on the I'Oth inst., by .Mr. lawful cutting and wouuding and U. 1!. A. J. Oiboiiy, Mr. Kiioch Weslev, of Foley al.--o on the charge of carrying conieKrt plenty ol busine-- s in the boom- -, wot Id would be none the loer. One of the favoiite modes of ing town. Mr. ami Mrs. 11. K. Dayi.--, of Middleburg. to Miss Uhoda, daughter of cealed weapons. Submitting their were on Sunday V train going to' ing to the greatness of a public man in Mr. 1'n.ih Kllis, of Powers Store. It is 0. II. was given V.Vi days and -- aid to huve Harrodsburg to visit the two little this day and generation is to give a been a kind of runaway James 100 dais iu the workhoue, of Mr, Davit, who attend qiu--t tu Ids honor: at which much eating match, but the young lady is of age. T. where they now neither of them in nd speaking is done, w itb a liberal share school there. Mrs. Mary Drown, of 1'aoli, ImL, is very good health. i . . of drinking. Many of these feasts arc the first woman to have three 0. P. Kd wards, the "whisky detec surnames lias, a Complete Stock of THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. j j,le,aM!(i ut the suggestion of those they in one day. She" was diyorced from tive, got out of the Lexington jail Sat intended to compliment, or of one or Hrown Friday, paT'coroner's juroi.--. Sl to her maiden in dav, where helms been for six weeks -- The bill to of their toadiea and admirers. Ol name of Slaton and bt fore night : bad on a charge of obtaining money from I : Iras denied a third rending in the House. '" ex- been joined in wedlock aud been made IJ. Cheatham by false pretensis. will stay with! eoure the feast of reason con-is--The otlice of nssc-tne clualvely in laudation of the hero of the Mis. Walk. of bis friend", who live near Frankfort, u the Legislatuie having refused to! , ... evening, who responds to the envoiu- WALL put up $100, the amount he ivceivd j. bestowed upon him iu terms of Resolutions on the Death of W. G Hubble. from Cheatham, after which be was reThe McCain tobacco bill ised the, gratitude Mowing from the abundance of The following resolutions were adopt- leased on bis own recogni.anee. It is House SO to 0, witli a slight amendment hi heart. MimMcr Whitelaw Keid has ed by theSundav school at McCormacks, understood .......Mir in. the money is to go back to Senate will Cheatham. Charley Murphy, the other -- A law to prohibit poobroom- - and J"t been the recipient of a banquet pre- March 'J7 WiiKittWH, ...- -! ..nin..l.illvaa Heavenly Father has whisky detective, is still iu jail on the iiuicli needed as paniiory lo nis uepaiiure irom me .ami of Johnny Crapo, aud his return to the removed our much loved biotber, Wm. one to Mippiess the lotteries. the sime charge for which Kd wards has been in time to take part in the presi- - (J. Hubble, from our midst, being sud con lined. revisor committee llxes uie Slates Ideutial vamp ligu. . Minister Iteid was a denly cut now in tile vigor 01 VOtltllf .Jfc style. - -- .!,;. Prompt!' and in first-clas- s , '1 .1. 1..... Mlrlliui a nnmij ni isnm oer Kobert Watkins, an old citizen oi " "" . maimoou. wniie yet ,11 ins Jotli year. Perryville, died suddenly of except an unliii-- , "" "" without anv peiqiiWtes ., iltmih-imheart dis' tili.nuitiif KNG HAVING on all jjootU -- old, free of charge. Old jrold and iti.. we reueci. .inai we shall :io more - 11111I r ; tllM iieu nUhed dwelling, ami ins private ease. - tieus. iiraui ami cucrmiiii . silver taken in exchange. njun rouveie wuu linn 111 our rvat 51.500: Juuges 01 uie uouii 01 The negro, Joe doing, lined HeiuliiiK w Hut "e latter consulereil sen-- 1 t.,urdl am, .s,1(ay.8chool, the binning p'eals $5,000 and ciicuit cotnt judges i:',, $100 for selling liquorunlawfullv in DanAll wlional 1111.I uiireliiible repoi ta from the u!irs onr t.yf ytft 1M bhou,(, ,(, ville. W0, instead ol :5,000, as at present. batt etleld of Shiloh. He was a misoim-.Ura .,f hnlliant hope ami' nor of dark tlu salaries are to take etrect' after th,, The Danville ice factory plant was JounialM. but was never able to u.t s raim( m of the present in- -' ' ' t expiration ot the term sold under execution to the l "' thnmeof (io.1 ..ml "Mt,,e ahoZf Uom? repeat the hope in- - Co., of Louisville, lor P" cumbents. and costs. special qualifications h Hpirillf. wonN f im I'lnbune wl0(,ts -T-heanswei of Auditor No.man to a The case against Detective C. s. Al- Larue and Fresh Stock of what service he ever ren- - .., , lh(. rt.,llml.tioi, ,, , shows that judges and Com0 good ol the C. S. for shooting Tom lint eo uiuuie ooii 10 iiuj:j. 1 ") A j 1 monwealth's attorneys cost the State oereu iiiu coui'iry ler. a negro, at l'aulcouerV Station, AOf this amount Pa. is iiiiasiuii, N unknown to the public j iSlM0I.vl!Ii. That in ,,;, ,,Mtll Hr Sm,. continued till Airil SM. Algood claims ( I NJ Ul.nrj. Hi last year. j win proimmy never nu dujwhool has lost one of its brightest, X-- V--J " ' '- N thatthe negro was;stealing coal from a' V A 1K.'i LtK) were paid (or pio tern judgin generaii,inami history, oilier than thai be most active and for protein attorneys. It is recorded him. useful.Jmembers and car when lie ami was editor and propnetor ol a , while with hmI hearts we bow to this . . Onion Sets, Jeans, l'eos, &c, m bulk. All kindt, of package seeds; hoped that the Legislator will put a daily, that was presumed to have ''mysterious u. o. and l K.uimoni. .oTK.-T- he ui. will ti.n- stop to this big leak by requiring that Rakes, Spading Forks. Shovels, Picks, Grub Hoes and Jso H ' some inlluence iu Niitiomil politics. Hut train from Manford cherish his memory nmljtrv to im- - (get oil' and pu-- b the pay of pro tomollluwia shall be le AlattOCKS. thi- - le.narkable age nothing is then iu . ,,, this rived :i0 minutes late at Lanc.i-te- r f'l.i,Iinic. ,.XtV,1lt iliietel from the salaries ot tbos- - w lioe Collars, I lames, Collar I'ads, Trace Chains, T.ridles, Halters, &c. a.m. where the corp-- e of Mi-- s Annie, where to be wondered at. It is quite probable tor iu ea-- e pla. s they take, .. , lliHt l.'i'id devulooi'il into a ilioln. (ioodloe, accmiipMiiied bv a large con- , -- , , - , a0 a m j 1 .v 1 v d h the ..Ulcers could not possibly sei ve. , ,., ...- l..ltlF.llll t t.l.I I.IkL. JU . IX. ku ol tiiends amf relatives, in charge miu milium uiiu rjhiistiauieavesa vacancy and casts a Superin-t.nden- t undertaker, inig. A telegram from ..uiiir, .'imrjiui oe.o; nmw that IS deeply realizetl by tho 01 that popularIn Ifii'limi mil L'igney, Trinidad, Cm., Fri welcome awaits you and a banquet will ,m.miIL. ol .i,,. ..i,,,.-!- ,. M. F. imlnv.L.hnnl nuMitoil nlivrli'i- . ol this t mill is well adapted to ftuieial' r day last announceil the death of Itobeit be prepared, at which you may lhc oil' ami all its friends and will prove an , as you iiave been near that place, by being j as much bad Av. JkiS.L JtI-- 4 L. loss, urief for which can only be purposes. . in the land ol You soothed by the sweet thought that . Circuit court - iu reesion :t itich- a train, "loiim.' .Newcoinn able to ma-trun ovei liy (I.ATK M.hAJ.MhitS HOTEL. 1.. .. i...,.i and wa- - the may be placed on thepie.-ideiitlticket, j Heaven liaH gained one more star that luiiu it nit limit- - ii , un 0 ..- to was raised at .Mt. erii.-voinieest son of V. I'- Newcomb, pio- for there is no telling what is gninu to will biightly shine iu the crown of ance. The object of mud, talk is Hotel at that) happen iu thi- pnetor of the Newcomb enteiice just passed upon Wm. Harper righteousness. Day. S2.50 and home of tho nlace. The deceased bad been tule- - i "ltml ol the fu-:t. That we tender our warmest sym- - for gambling, viz: a linn of i'M) and one 1. ........ , 1.1 1.. , Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Housgraphing on one 01 tne 1.0.0 oo ..ithy to mother and year in tho pen. It is thought others ...., . .. .n, ., LOUISVILLE, KV. lor some tune ami ins . nu. ,. ,. .,.., lrilIn ...... will go the same route and, consequently lor a great sliock to hi- - relatives No part- a right to go barefooted. tbo boys are afraid t pl.iv cin.-IW. R. LOCAN, they may fully realize that our s is bis! ' icular-of the nccidint have yet beun amusement. Marshall, Clerks. ...ijn, A. V. Jones, J J Sullivan. J. L of Kentucky, has iutio-- j Mr. Wil-of)i('k lnik, who pulls tho bell cord recived. The lemaiiid were aturted by I. That a copy of thee resolutions be Sunday morning ilucrd a bill authorizing the secretin y of (urnished a pair of mules on tho lticbmomi expie-- s (rum Pcnver the family of our deceased rollf-will arrive at .Mt. Vernon about the interior lo place oil the pension car line and coll.cts the fart- -, re and brother, bespread np'on the minutes 0f W. .1, Newcomb, the only the names 01 all the urviving honora- our school and be furnished llie 1nti:i.ci- - fuses to accept Wednesday pieces foi fare disuliargetl ollicers and men of the lemoval his car. He certainly-needsurviving brother of the dece.ised, who bly "ii ox Joi'iinai. for publication organizations of Kentucky militia, desis in the taiboad business ut (Jalveston, 1'owKi.i.. MixNiu KriiASK- -, or reconstruction Cii.miiik ignated as follows: Krankfort Uattal-ion- , toJoe S. Bronston. late ot Tacoin.i, is on his way home and will arrive Hiitt.ilion, Sandy Valley Nr;ix xn Lizik CvnrKii. Taducah Wash., was lined jl'.Oand given 10 das day. I - thu Capital (iuards, It is becoming more apparent eveiy Battalion, known Tin: (Jueen t'c Crescent ltoute will sell in the coimtv jail by J mine Morton for demoami the North Cumberland Itattalinu, tickets to Atlanta, (ia., on May !!d to contempt ot court. I'.ronstou wasorunk day that a large majority of tho Thiee I'orks Itatialiorr, Harlan County Mfllli ... He If. a Sill nt mu frn for Mih roiiml. Ulld lofllSed III be olllcted. crats till over the country are enthusias. .. .v.v.. .. "v.... .w.... ol nominating (irover Hattalion, jlall's Uap Mattalion. (ireen trip, good to return until .ilay. Mn, m of the late collector of this district tically in favor Hlver- It.ittalion, Middle (ireen lliver Cleveland as their party iiiiulhlnte for account 01 tho fco.uthern Baptist ConHen-iHopkinsvillo Now Ksa. Hattalion, Soulh Cumberland Itattalinu, vention. This route is the only lino nu epitaph which ought to' the for Mau-piFirst Kentucky Cavalry, Ca-- e . County running solid vestibule trains, which for cause busiue-- s uu to do Mime thinking: Teirell slabbed Socrates Daniel . ' n row over State Uuurds Cant. Itussey's Hath Counin Madi-o- n county, iu nirM Onllc. OonstilAtJon, commit, safety andpeed are uiisurpa8-ed- . ''Heie lie the bones of John Jones, Ksq,, CtorlUsowfUiUtUUcbiMr'ntht Rour Kioiu.wh, DUuThiva. trying to collect ty Hungers', and the names of widows, formerly u merchaut of this cily. He! For lurther information call on any lttuiirinrloa!iy prescription $75, which Maupin was rrcouuni-iit- l KULs VruJ, lvf, slwp, aud pniuiote oth am minors nnd dependent parents of such ticket agent 01 write to D. G. Kdwunle, died in tho hOth year ot Vhis age, lovel H. A. Arciuii, M. D known to uie " for soino rattle 1.1I1I liim. I Without injurious metllcatlon. , X, Is olllcesan.i men. and resi:ted by all who knew him; but 111 So. Oxfora BL, Ilrootljn, prominent farmew. ManpinV wound U. 1'. A , Cincinnati, 0. Y the devil of it was nobody know him of the civw of tho schooner Three Th Ccstau CoitiPANr, TT Murry Strft, not neceftsarily fatal. advertise." Walt Whituuui, the "good gray he didn't shot Winnio Lawiej', from llayti, were killed --Tho negro Wes Watson, who and eaten by their shipmates to prevent poet," died at Camden, N J., Saturday,, At Ceno Gordo, 111., 'Jo buildings Miss Me.Ewan, on a Short Line train, starvation. were destroyed by u tornado. at an advanced age. was lut off with 0110 year. r i SINE 1 1 i & MENEFEE, .,- J. N.MENEKEE c'1 '". 2D3A.Xi3iS DOORS HMD BLIBDS. v7jl,& . t- - WOV FS1TCK. Urn-sel- l - and Yard ICM1 Rlrcct, Stanford, Kv, i Stock of Dress Goods SEVERAME & & be-id- es SON, head-qiluiter.-- at i j Largest 46-inc- h Best Assorted All-woo- j - ' , .! t s "U-- i i ' testify-Dillio- u, case-finall- y, W.aiMOBER'K, I j rs ;ii-t- , I Druggist and Jeweler, ts or DRUGS. BOOKS, PAINTS, "" PAPER, i'..i c-- The i Jewelry tar & Silverware. i Watches. Clocks and Jewelry Repaired .,..--- ,,,,,,,. i- 11 ... . .1 -. '" m-- . . - , -- 1 ,, 1 (r j ," .j,, I . j tion lil, ,,. Sulzer-Vogh- JUST RECEIVED. 1 $l'.-"1- was'," -- J - J P T Cj ' P P 1 J New-Yor- 1 ' disDi-tiKiilinii- " .i.-i'l- KM . .Wsi-tu- nt 11 .... I;n. ,, j 111 - , -- rwinrtrr 1 ' Till-SIH-l'- irie-parab- le NeWL-omb- inTaruF er fro-.'-- WIILifAMB Per e, al 1 1 i- - .uii-ini- - .THOROUGHLY RENOYATED AM) IMPROVED 1 ..... -- e Kates 1 ....-,....- 1 ..,., ...........,, nll,-lio- i, ...----- , Jo-- i Manaaer. j n, j vi-- i ' -- om-ce- nt s Tne-da- y. a- ; i I .- -. -- - pre-idonc- v. n, 11 Infants and Children. 1 oi-- ir . t r . t?i o- - a,-1. v ..a . ; I. . -- T ,A. ' TTTVI O." u ;' k y , The hanging olHenry Smith, for the murder of Louis cipecht, nt Louie ville, was well done the . fall breaking the victim's neck and killing him in a ..ON.. few minutes. Smith makes the 7th man that has dangled from a beam in the same enclosure. Kohert Kldridge shot and killed Jes He will be much gratified if se Davies, nt Somerset, in auntrcl over was eulogized and endorsed and the coln. In hulk and package. Thib paper is piinted double tin s size delegates instructed to vote for Ins Cleveland is nominated, but will cheer- a $: butcher bill. Davits cursed Kldridge cverv Friday. Onion, Seed John V. Yerkes was re- fully support the nominee if he is not. and called him a coward, when Kldridge rule he has eoull drew his pistol saying, "I'll show you," elected a member of the State Central Tuder the Goods, Thk Newport Journal, with a loyalty Committee; Col. Bradley and (Jeorge W. deuce that the Chicago convention will j and put a bullet into his brain, heart if its Gentry were recommended :is delegates give uh a ticket which all democrats can ami wrist. Davit's was a iiiwrneil man that is vrorttn of admiration, Gruhniul Sprouting Hoes &c. See our guaranteed solid sUd Hoc premisps nro questioned, persists in de- from the State-a- t large to the National support and ho believes that it will be with a number of children. for 25c. Most anything you want in Shelf Ianlwarc claring that Carlisle as the presidential Convention; C. K. liurnam, of victorious. The Indianapolis Sentiuel demands po rt I). U. Collier were made Kx Gov. Gray withdraw from the Large stock ol Muggy, Wagon, Stock and Ruling Whips, buu ;lit ili nominee is the solution of the vexi'd Wk agree with the lxmisville Com that delegates with Thomas Toddy, of sition that the antagonism of Cleveland contest for the demorratle nomination rcct front factory. mercial that the passage of the separate and Hill has thrown the democratic par- Shelby, and Tom Cnrdwell, of Mercer, for IVsident in favor of Mr. Cleveland. coach' bill will be a discredit to Kenty. It payp: "There is safety with Car- alternates, and Lawyer Davison, of says that 75 per cent, of the tucky, and a step backward. It will be The St'ntinel Indiana dctuociai-- favor .Mr. Cleveland lisle and tariir reform. Then- N disaster Lincoln, was recommended for district a measure that will put everybody to against tho field an that '.K) per cent. are with Cleveland or Hill. There is prin- elector. During the convention Col. in order t gratify the asciple in nominatinR Carlisle; there is Bradley made a red hot speech for Harfor him against any one except Mr. sumed prejudice of (ho mo-- t unintelpolicy, and wretched policy, in nominat-in- c rison, indorsing his Jinco policy and Gray. ligent part of our population. It is not Cleveland or in beiiiR forced to take thnt'ttnelaud' insult shall be a necessity and there - no general The best Chilled Plow made. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Hill.'' We agree with our esteemed con- repaired or wiped iut with blood, be lor it. The Legislature should let , Rev. A. V. Sixemore will preach nt Hraced temporary in everything that it says gfld ir. The crowd thereupon grew Patent Point. No strain on point-holt- , made ol well enough alone. Mt. Xenia next Sunday at o'clock. wnplhiientary of Carlisle nnd fully co- alarmingly warlike and would no doubt , the best material. Mr. G. C. Richardson, of Lexington, incide with it that disaster would result have proceeded at once to whip redisThe moonlight, Fas from the nomination of Hill, hut we do but for the suiurestioa that they ricting committee, with Tom l'ettit as who has been making study of scien' mat believe that the situation makes it could uot wade the pond which divides boatswain and Senator Breckinridge as tific ipiestious for several years, predicts doubtful that Cleveland could ho electi from the bloody British. George boatswain's mate, hnve decided among that the milleuium will begin in the Rki'kkkxcks. J. II. McAHster, D. H. Stagg, J. H. McKintuv, ed. He could not under thecircumstau-Denny then got the stand and literally other changes from the report of the reg- year -- 000, and will continue 1,000 years, probably, but her tore poor David Bennett Hill into tat- ular committee, that Casey must go during which time the world will reach Win. Heck, Chas. Dawes, Jeff Hill, How en Civcns, I 'rank Haydtij, carry New York, Mollis Carrier, John Cash, K. II. Jones, Jas. Hihb, A. C. Cowan, II vote is far from beinR absolutely ters and destroyed whatever chances with this district. Well, so be it. There its perfected state and then go into C. Drye, JJoWen Cover, Geo. Hcnedict, etc. to democratic success, if reports he may have had for the democratic will be no oojectiou raised Catey For sale by Rev. Ben Helm, of M.iuford, preachfrom the East and Northwest are even presidential nomination. The dispatch is a mighty good county aud Lincoln for approximately true. Cleveland is the xiysltwaHa most harmonious meeting one will be proud to keep company with ed two powerful on Foreign Missions at the idol of the democratic hearteverywheie, throughout, and we believe it, when a her. Firet Rresbvterian pave with the Tammany democrats of Bradley crowd permitted Ueorao Denny church, on Sunday. He this Coi.i.vtron Scott downed the oppositopic in a now light and a strong one. New York, aud it would be a grand tri- to orate on any subject. tion in Louisville with bauds down by He made it a business proposition, this umph of honesty and purity in politics! organization known as having Gus Willson and Horace Scott conversion of the hentlien by private doThat rapacious to nominate and elect him in spite of selected as delegates to the State convenMr. Helm is an eio the dictation of Hill and that odoriferous the Grand Army ot the Republic will tion over the Boyle and Ballard candi- nation to organization. If we were not pursuad-e- d consume itself by its own greed if it is qneut speaker, and though he ixtys little dates. It is a cold day when the 'outs" that it can be done, then we would be, not careful. It is not satisfied to re- succeed in beating the "ins" ami Friday attention to style his delivery is fine. His command of language is remarkably like Bro. Wakely, heart and soul for ceive in pensions the most stupendous wasn't that kind of da . good and the ntp!d sinieturu of his Carlisle, but at present we are with the amount ever paid by any government w is a marvel of beau several 100,000 Kentucky democrats for an amount suuieieut tosupport a million NEWSY NOTES. soldiers in active service, but now de ty. He foicefi:!, cHinest, ttnse,-r.tted- , the .'Pin. tnsmi. nnrtinn of (iiiillHNvilh'. audbynlit.' mands of Congress an appropriation ol !'!iuii to tin- vcit , the $100,000 to defray the expenses of the re- Ark., was destroyed by tire.- Los jI5o- ,- cause hado. at ' r he bus been a Bit for the vote of Speaker Bland Kree Silver Coinage bill would Le union nt Washington in September. This 000. llllSMIOIU'V i.' .'l.t'lvl ll.S .ilij.-- .l fll I ThirU-cpersons were killed anil :)1 all r now sleeping a peaceful Bleep on the exhibition of monumental call might uot near San .Satable of the House. After a stormy be erioulv considered, except for the injuivd in a railroad wreck AND lasting till after midnight Thurbday, fact that Congress is filled with deinn- - lvador. prohibitionists will The Kentucky a motion to table resulted in a vote of g)gues, who are airuiil not to dunce to . ... ... wl. . ,.:n .. .. .1... hold thir convention 'at . Lonisvilie lO H3 mill Mil' Ulll not j;uvo uji iue any music played by the G. A. K. As 1. caleudar with but small prospect of ever it is the chances are that the amount June J. W.Megibbin has bought the l.lgt- passing the House. The opponents of will be votjd, but if it is it will be andistillery in Harrison county for the bill were surprised at their own other straw to the load that is finally to water i0,000. strength and are coulident now that had break the back of the greedy organizaItaly and the L'nited State are they made moreeiVort they could have tion. about to make up and to resume diploStifP, C'ruslics, put the bill to tho eternal sleep it Collutok Scott, of the Louisville matic relations. All ofjtlie Kentucky delegation ' The Pulaski republicans instructed voted against tabling except Mr Wilson, Uuvenue District, teems to be in bad for Bradley, Denny and a negro named who for once veme to have been on the oJor with his party. Several republican conventions in counties, including Ca- - Stewart foi delegutes-at-largright side. Hotel annex, The MUhlloabom sey, nave denounced mm as an improp Thk Interior Jouusai. has rigged up er person for the position and tho other known as the Casino, bnrne Sunday. a pretty catchy presidential team with uistht Postmaster Barret, of Louisville, Loss S'.'o.OOO; insurance Lige Warren, of Campbellsville, i Cleveland in the lead and our beloved in a speech called him a traitor to Ilm- Euckner oil the "oliV Switch theui rlson and a bm, mail generaiiv, because j married man, ha eloed with pretty Pure? around, brother, id put the Kentucky ' hp jg Mlpportin? Gll9 Willson for dele- - Kloreiieo Watson, a domestic in his latinthoroughbred in front and you will have gate and becau-- e he refuses to appoint A Crt-of Tatttr llalune l'o Jtr HirIicH ef At Washington, Ind., Adam N'eidig .all in Inwninc trengtli Icut mini Sulci them in good slmpe for a lively old sohliers to positions in order to give killed cruuirnt I i! Htpori. his wife and while being pursued The I. J. simply them to his friends and henchmen. . KOYAI. IIAKINO POWI1KK CO, by a mob shot himself, dying in two 06 Wall ttrrrt, New ork Raid that to it Cleveland aud Buckuer Mr. Scott has no doubt found out long hours. Of eouine would make an ideal ticket. 0() If) ... ao that uneasy lies the head whose - Soldiers caught six train wreckers such au one would not be practical or Arl I.iiicoIn Count)' to call nd rxamlne the haBtUomeM ami iliejpel lino .f WALK I'AI'IKitn own"r fills a government oflice, with drawing .spikes from rails, on tho MexiAJJ5,e available. Gov. Buckner is worthy of such a hungry horde barking at his cUcfr.1 to the propleof ( ciitral KelllorLy and at once idiot can Central railroad, any honor the people could bestow upon heels. 'loh-nYou will find them without trial. Tour photcRrjphi mat! At A. E. GIBBONS' DANVILLE, KY. him, but a rebel general will never be that Iid ill alMa' tret yju right uml jive toui Joe Hoe shot and killed Flem I'.MNt-S- , alto furtmh y.u the atiUi lion Kcnicnbcr nt mile pictuict of all llfl.s, VAHSISHLS, A. , a. low a. any wholetale elected on either end of a presidential' Mr. 1'kttit's resolution to pay the from at .lellico, over a game of cards. the ditfcrrDt alct, ittn portraitthe imallc.l uatcr hou m the Stale People deiinu; to do their ewnwtik .in alwayi do better ly crtlini; a.Uf.e tram up In lift in rrayou. ticket, and it would be political suicide to ' governor a salary of $(5,000 with no per- Perkins succeeded in cutting ltose se- color ant pantcllt. If ou hae (Mciuri- - th au experienced and pncii. al man, and quisites ha draw n out the facts that al- - verely nominate one. aut tnlATnl, it uill pay you to re him lielurr before he died. Get your Combinations Complete and Save Money. contraetinc with any one in have It mailc, a he it though that oflicial's salarv is fixed at of thn-- negroes locatnl hrre anJ will alay be lire m cip lirstMate to holil The receut lynching Biiook Ii.am is the 7 A J KAItf, SUnford, Ky .,; .y 1,000 the cost of the executive mansion .. , ... .... . .- ;, .:ii .. Memphis has precipitated an organi.- Semi-Weekly In response to Mr. L.-- Mj d.R3ley's convention for the at Nicholasville. was a note giving him the result of a poll of Col. William tho voters, who attended our last counntfuir. O'Conuell Ilradley pulled the string ty court, on presidential preferences, March 2'J, 1892 and of course the Limber Jims repond-ed- . Gov. McC'reary writes that he is satislled Stanford, Ky., The Mclvi;iley bill was heaitily en that Cleveland is as overwhelmingly dorsed, the unlimited coinage of silver the choice of the other counties of his W. P. WALTON. denounced, Harrison's administration district as it is shown that he is of Lin- InteprJouknal Tub republican Sth district, held very unanimous "WE ARE RIGHT IN IT" Sets; Brand Jew Potatoes, Stock of Steel Jloes, Hakes, Spading forks, Shovels, Picks, Jlaltocks, 1 Northern two-third- s d dis-tii- MoKIlTITETr BROS. - i 1 The Vulcan Chilled Plow, Mold-Hoard- i- de-ma- ." Kiig-lau- d, Latest Improvements. teed, Satisfaction "auraii- 8 lu-ie- . pie-enti- sl mi-sio- ns. i gnu-etu- i I I - Cri-p- - . . H Ru-hmo-n iv'i'' NEW : STOCK, : sus-blo- n -- ... ! i THE LATEST Soil and : STYLES. es. e. 1 All Sizes and Shapes. M'ROBKHTS & HIGGIKTS. I POWDER Absolutely I 1 - a canter.1-Owensboro.Inqu- 'ner. I Five Thousand Ladies & Gentleman from Stan lord He-ca- W ANTED. tt EARP, c ARTIST, photo-graph- IVr-kin- ? ! T. tatn-factio- n V.VV....W. L The democrats are satisfied .,..., "',' ' ' , flic illjilirrt llliuvi llllt;K4ll-- . ctlVirt thfV I'll ll I'.iriv )l..jt irit), a nmnur n",0,!m.t reBVhlMl aDy M,ar,lnrln K"0tt.'8 it, and the New York World calls loud. ... ly for speakers to canvass theState. ()ur'H'lm "istration was sT.ST.Itt and p Buekner s 3f.i,i:U).l. Ibis d.vide-u. . . . li.uy LrecKinrmge, v,riKi win ..... om- f!lvnrMil ...:,... -- ...i mi.Hrv er have answered and they will make tlealers and should be stopped. Mr. the welkin ring till election day. Should l'ettit for once is barking up tho right the democrats succeed in carrying the tree and it is hoped he will continue to State, it will exert much influence over bark till this leak to the treasurv is calk-e- l. the country and the presidential elecLittle Hhody is all tion this fall. of the Tiik O.vei.nbort) .Messenger right for Cleveland and ta.ifl' reform, having instructed that way, now genial and brilliant tiarrard county statesman: almost universal en- let her prove her faith by her works. ; of Col. W. O. Bradlev by the T.miKwasarough and tumble tight rtjpublioim wnum rollventioil' bhowB ... ...u c,uu .., ..,...w1... w. timt li - .still the popular idol of hi .....' . .. no ..:.. nun .iiicuiu.1 ....,.. in .1 f, .i:ii. .f inn i veuiiou oeiwi-eiiiiiiiii'v-j iiuu nil w milt ill iiiiw .... on;, uw . omce, t.... .1 !!!.:.. " .... ' 01 " the elements of a succe ful leader, and finally ejecteil ami yie "ins nan ineir if there were more such men among the own way. Collector Comingore was en lepublicans the party would be somedorsed and chosen district uelegate to thing more than a joke in tin's State." the National Convention, but the result Wihtki.aw liKin was dined by Count has widened the breach in the bread and butter brigade and a war to the Uassaily, of Manp.is tie knife aud the knife to the hilt ha been Lafayette, befo.e leaving Paris, at which inaugurated. The spoils belong to the were many of the descendants of the to whip the British victors, but they cause about as much man who helped e revolutionary war. He was also trouble as they are worth. the recipient; of numerous banquet. r Thk editor of the Lebanon Huterprise Mr ReM ,,M Ie8ijllw, IIlillNter t0 admits that he may be mistaken in the j Franee aU(l j ,t ,s Wli(, not t.- o.c ...n. mimarge i1. il... .wlltr.M tflf. 4lw. M i. f'J- being Ollt Oil the tckel with HiorUm, on Signal appropriated an editorial for from his paper and palmed it oil' as his I r has been two years since the cenown origiuul production, and bega to reserve his answer to the ultimatum until sus was taken aud yet its reports are after further inventigation. Of course not near completed. In facta committhis will result in the vindication of Edi- tee appointed to look into the matter tor Smith, who would scorn to steal either says it will require two million more to a man's ideas or his money. At least we doit. Tin's comes of getting a bloody would rather commit suiuido at onco Englishman to boss tho job. The conn-trhas enough of it. Let's put the two than to charge the "black avenger" with millions to better use. Mich appropriation. next week. ......; j 1 -.- ..lil!i:llln,l, rnl( ,, nn.U'l . '" Mi-"I- ...'', ed immigration ' , -- lVr.. l,i)OU IIHVK gOUt; III WKIBIIUMH, movement. More tjian Falls Branch Jellico lincramt lipifr Try it of I lie Coal Co. l.r.NUINK ! Hev. Ciano, who was to have neen sentenced to death Friday for the minder of his wife, at Gilead, O., committed suicide in bin cell the night before. Original Jellico Coal. We ure ihf oie jccnt lor -- lanfnrd anJ nd KowJjiiJ Dili, e oriier ot Depnt ttn-e- l ' One of the Iar''fst ,iul most comploti 'toiks ut Men's, Hoys' ami Children's JUST RECEIVED, CL.OTHIN(CX9 dor-eine- nt i- 1 l"- 1 11 w- - - 11 - , ' gieat-grand-s- on 11 ' in-th- , - -- 1- ... ' t. y ' r Thk course of Gov. Biowu in removing Stewaid Kowlett from the Feeble Minded Institute has been approved by the unanimous confirmation by the Senate of the nomination of Joel S. Head to the position. Hewlett the right of tho governor to remove him, but. if any doubts remata with hitn now, he is not outclassed evtfc hy that doiibtig Thomas, of whom the 8ript'iiT8 speak. iue.s-tione- d answer to the Loudon the In tkiiioi: JoritNAi. says that it thinks the -- 7th di&trict is irreclaimable. It was overlooked in the calculation. You may have her. Jshe is joined to her idols. Lv Juneau, a French peasant, gave birtfi to litter of seven babies last week. J V'V A cablegram says, hut cablegrams do not always tell the truth, that Marie "' The North Dakota democratic conWAITS HinCINh vention adopted a resolution indorsing Cleveland as the first choice for presiTO l dent, but the dulegites were not I arge anil lambent fur he (Vim..: Kemu. ky lleder I'.vcr brought to the last Ktul of the unintv. Also instructed. KriKe Co., ut t auratter, jn.l ortcr the rerK(.of assorted tock of Custom Made and I astirn bothmymlf and the CoHipaiij to the itiun of Hev. John C. Temple was sentenced Lincoln ounty. am i j thankful for tin- liberand nope l.y Imr dealing to at r.vansville. Ind., to 17 years in the al patroi.a.r , merit Kcontinuancr Vruirriii inl ol a 'owl penitentiary foi killing Warren Ura, fcnifwill liml me it the Mun lli.u-- t' m Stanford Cnoiiti Curt da) who interfered in a trouble between on e.uhhio M JOHNSON. him and his wife. 'or both ladies and gentlemen I all and examine our stock before tiov. Pattison, o; Pennsylvania, has pun. basing our Spring Good. pardoned Lditois Mellon and Porter, of the Beaver Star, who Were sentenced to Ways Nc.vl six months' imprisonment for alleged liI Hill till at net t'a-of Senator (Juuy. bel tin' entri' ily i nt for t.N ul fiotldk Ut strele.of The Fanners' Alliance leadeis in - Kentucky, .GO TO Minnesota appear to be preparidg to fo! Hustonvillc, low the example of their brethren in I ninrirui: Kanas and unite with the democrats in Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, the appioaching election. Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps report of March of the condiThe tion of the 71 National Banks 111 Ken- Hardware, stoves and I mivarr. .1. tucky, exclusive of tho.--e in Louisville, AMho..lc indnlit.d to Mr Slev'f will plr...e shows private deposits of more than il'2r cOiiih forward and kettle thur anntinit. a the "Model Grocery" for lniNnr" mut hewunnd up. 000,000 and a reserve of 27.M) per .cent. KDWAKII AI.CtlR.V, J rnMee of I. K btetle 4t Col. McClure, editor of the PhilaTimes, sajs bis paper for :.'0 delphia years has supported the democratic candidates, but ho will go for Harrison if .Ihat .. . H'H )' Hill is nominated. He by 100,000. lose New York State . Two warrants for criminal libil Seeds have been isued at Paris against the Keep lh nicest the tie.t and lark,'et arfet rjf Hoes editor of the Blue Ora-- s Blade on the Fancy Goods, Fruits, oaths of Klil. J. S. Sweeney and James Candies Nuts, Cigars on the K. Ford, because of an article And ToIhi o tn the i ity Christian church. Bail is fixed at $1,000. L. W. Hudsou bought of Gentry Bros , of Lexington, 10 good mules at 1 hat he alo Lccp the clieapot fctoi. ol UKAI.KK IN- SHSi'.oO.and 10 horses at about ?150. weeks tK) horses have Within the past nix been sold in Danville to foreign dealers ProviNioiiN, at from $1(K) to il.OOO per head. They Vegetables, , and that he exrhangef all kinds were shipped to South Carolina, Tennes- of Roods fur tlacoti, Lard, llutter, Kfus, Potatoei, ANII see, Georgia, Illinois and other States. etc , lor wlit. h he pays the DONE. This means that Boyle county is becomA11 work warranted. Market Prices. Fine Watches a Specialty. ing a horse market of no mean proporfJooitt di'litcred anywhere (n the city and hit dai- I will take old gold or silver in exchange for fy trip made to Kovl,mtl tions. Advocate. goods A-- TIIK FARMERS. 1 posi-tiv- uJl I m-- - re.-rn- 7 V Assignee's Sale. Thirty h For the Ik W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. I 1 Iii-tii- i A. A. WARREN DON'T YOU K1TOW N. Y. Seed . "" Potatoes, Red and White Onion Sets, JKSSR WEAKEN Landreth's and Perry's Garden in Balk and Packages; also and Bakes. i DOHTT FORGET L. ROBT. FENZEL PROMPTLY ,' A Staple Groceries, And Highest WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY REPAIRING NEATLY 'AHv - -- ...-" - rJ31v.- -. HI' -- '. Semi-Weekl- y iNTERioRjouRNALinSrrrulX.01?!; . Maiicii 20. 1892 Stankohd, Kv., K C,WALTON,DUS.MQnaKer MEANS ! BUSINESS. ' etippHo of vour books nml p'i kinds trout A. U. Penny. Havk your watch, clock ami jeweiry repaired" at A. 11. Penny's. All woik Hi ltKMKMiirH that all silverware, watches, rinB, fsi, bought ut A. U. Penny's will no tit A. H. son.wi.sii beautifully and artistically Penny's. uuranted. I'liKravoil free of cbarire. PERSONAL POINTS. if Mil. G. W. Mb. K in Watkiis continue- - ijuito ill a liver trouble. I Hi. J. T. IJoiiok, of tliu West Knd, Is with olil friends here. Mu. Jk."HK Hout has returned from n vhit to his home folks hiuI other f r i ts i i . Jl'ikik M. C. Su'klky was called to Widdlcfiboro on b'pl busincs-yesterda- y. Miss Aiit Sition arrived ycsteidtiy J. VV. Alto be Bteimurapher for 1 in tn 1"(.n, 1'ijiu Hill, ih Satunlny. corn. Jule J. M. White sold to T. L. Lilian! 'o WE ARI barrels of corn in the crib at ?J. I have bought it Son. of Luther Under- wood his On Time stallion, Chancy Den The little infant left by Mra. J 0. Wk remind von that our stock of ear- Friday and was buried by its pets, oil cloths, lace, curtains, scrims, Vc, mark 'tJ.";,,and will make the present season with him at ?10 to insuro a living mot Iht Saturday. is the largest in tho city. Severance Sz colt. See pedigree All our Batteries are now arranged and we shall in Friday's issue. M. " S. iJauvliiiiari. J. II. Bavuiiman sold to J. J. Wil- - Son. linmH 10 "barea of Mock in the Farmers' Mr. L. M. Lasley" reports tbo sale of F. L. Ci.iKKOnn went up to Maywood Hank and Trust Co., at $121. yeBterday to transfer the railroad agency M. P. S.illee, deceased, in Hoyle, as folW. . lows. The farm of :Hl) acres brought (Jkoih.i: I'kmhluto.v was landed in jail from A. C. Martin, resigned, to In every line c handle 5fK).0J and was pmch.ised by T. S. La Stephenson. If the balmy breath of Spring should suggest that you must have here Friday ovenitn: to lay out a flue, of nier, of Montieello. The :10 shares of A mill a rainy Sunday the clouds rollhave some new Clothes, come and listen to our artillery play upon t!0 for drunken and disorderly conJuct stock in the Farmeis N.itional Hank of ed awvy and yesterday was bright and in CrabUrrh.tr.!. .high prices. We propose to knock them out. Our Danville were Ander pleas(ant "air, warmer Tuesday" was son at fL'OO; 200bought bv C. H. sold at Mu. J. M. Sihoi.ii requests that thoMi yest rday's signal service prediction. barrels of corn s'.', hay .'i0 to '10c percwt., pair mules who bare, subscribed to the sinni Tin: fruit buils were but slightly dam- z'.M), horses 40 to !. and A'2 head of sclnml at Uie Christian ehiireh, meet o have madi large additions to o ir Ladies', aged b the late cold snap ami the latin-ei- s 1, cattle 105. I'horo was a Stock is iv ". , )f rh tt. there Friday iiiuht to iiixnnhte. Gents', IV ly-- ', Missis' and Children's tell us that the wheat is generally lare crowd and bidding wa. lively. Tub republican convention at Somer- nlie and promising, though tome Ileitis was hor1 how day at1 set, Saturday, cndorM-Lnncasler and it drew an unusually ' the judicial ca- will have tube plowed up, . large crowd. There were :!" MaHion. reer of Circuit .Indue T. 'A. Morion ami 1). A. Tw.mmii.k has rented thu Fori ell iiiinniiiioiiKly teeoiiiinenih'd bis We have do.cn Ladies' Spring and Summer Underwear. A e.xhibitid, teveral from this countv, Hotel, at Row laud, at ? j a month and which were in tho tight to that olJlre next Novcmbei. with the be-- t. splendid stock of dres.s and undressed Kid Gloves. will take charge April 1. lie will make Uealey Hios. showed Silver Tip; 11 P. A magnificent stock of Gents' and Boys' White and Neglige Shirts ItoH Wmn.n, Jim Middletou and application for liquor license to the next Woods, Uird; M. S. J).uighman, and Hoys' Waists. We still lead on White Goods, Embroideries and George Sumner were each held by Judyo county cotut and has posted notices to oeorge Dicutoi;. J.I I. Pepples, Scream- - Laces. Our last addition is a good stock Point De Gere or Irish t Carson tiU Ciicuit C.mt in $100 bond that eti'ect. en C. M. Spoonamore, I jl Harlow, 1. M. Point and Point De Paris Laces. for shooting craps. Whitley cave bond Tiik thanks of this otlice aro duo Mr. Bruce, Lancet: J. S. Baughmau, lied Our Lace Curtain stock is unsurpassed and ladies who want choice with I.M Brucoand Anderson Carr,Miie-tics- , James H. Dodds, agent for the "Farm- Fox and Capt. f. A. Klkin his string. things must come early. btit the- others failed to Jo so. er's Fiicnd" wrench, for one of those Business was geneially dull, howeven Thk Continental lias paid Josiah Bish-op tbo $1,000 insurance that ho held on his house, which was burned recently. 1 3 j ' -- 1 , MOW REAITST i Open Fire on High Prices Clotliing SHOES. ji Ve-ter- l.i -- - - AlnkiiT Fimi, of Crab Urchftnl, who Wen visiting his father. Mr. William was lined f.ircarryini; concealed weapon i and given the full extent of th law, Burton. Miss KniiiK Aim xis, of Danville, is thu has received a pardon from Gov. Broun. trU'ntof Missr- - Annie BjtiKhnian and Tho pardon states that if Fish is guilty of a imilar charge within VI mouths the Kate Mail. ami wife, of Dan- pardon will be recalled. l'nor. J. M. villi', spent Sumlay with hi lelativc.Mr. Yot n Lahiks Hkw.mik. A difpatch 11 C. ISupley. Misn UledsoH, of Ghent, had Mit. T. II, Fo, olltor of the Danville Dsnocnt, was raking in nUscrlptioiiH her ears piem-- about two yeais ngo with a viow to adling to her beauty here yesteiday A cancerous condition a with Min Mah Pkkktt. alter get np anil Ust week she bad to have few days in Lexington, irt Hftiin with lioth u cut otf. Mt-- s Anne SIihuIs. Mas. J. II. Mi Alistkk went ovur to A not M in; Richmond has slued li casJeMUininc yetttenlity to vUil lier sletr, tor !iiu th cltv jmlpe election rim; Mrs. Tom Mrtealf. Mr. T. A. Ku-f- , the ober, clever and rainrtMpil from Mi:. G. H. Cooi-k- r eutbc train diMtrher. Mr. Uico Miyt Sunday and r0iyrWi Mr. Ami' lit Is Roinr to be ehftwl as i9" h roll Bniley imfimrliiH. inx otl a lo awd if his youtiu frlemlB Mr. Mitt Wooiwi.v wut down to ean mmtrr votra enough, it looks that Hart county, Saturday, to Mfwtid a w hila war. litOIII.K BlKTO.S, of I'itUbin-.'- . lias Gentlemen attending court would do well to bring their wives and let them examine our stock if they want to save money. anything and no farmer should be with- market changed hands. Mo- -t all were The street cars not yet being in operation, we say to Rail Road out one. scrubs and Ij to '2 were the ruling pi ic- Men, hire a buggy and come up; we will more than save you the ' Several horses sold at sl'T.oO to SsO, Tiik thunder and hail storm, which es. charge. All are invited to come. No trouble to show goods. pie vailed Saturday evening, and which and three mules were old publicly at useful article-. It can be ued for almost and very few of tho IV) cattle on th -- -- tti-pi.c- v -' citj-th- at did no damage much heie, wastpiito se Si)ltol:20. vero in Marion ami Washington counties. The hail wa verv heavy and the wind uurooed a number of houses. Tiik Stanford Poyal Arch Chapter, worked yectenlay afteinoon and Inst night in all the degrees and wound up with a b.ntUct at.Zimmer's. Among N'o. oU, . J. S. HUGHES. d (Mr-ruii- t. Special - : - Inducements TJflS WEEK IX 0 ( 7? ' 1 'X the vi-lt- were Me-S- M. I'.. Thorn-- j ton, Kenee, I'. W. Grafton and J. 15. Moutgomeiy, Jellico, and Dr. McCaiul-less- , of loiiisvilU'. . Uus-tonvil- lu Mt the bom of Mr. Woodautt. Mk. It. It. HriH.iM,Mgi'til forthr uintu nl annuity Co , of Nw York, is hero tor ll purpotf of efcUhlUhintt n loral bwrd, Mu. ItoitKHT Haruino, of Daurille, was the only visiting lawyer yeMerday. lie tell n his wife is eouvabtM'out after her long llli.is. iitiil.K L. Chow and Mr. W. M. oi McKiiuiey, Lincoln county, re Mriting Mr. and Mrs. T. 1. Crow. Jrssunitu- Journal. Mil's .! i:an llrciuviv pMxqud to her home at Crab Uichaid Saturday on ln-return from a viit to her sister, Mir. Mu. I D hi, - r John A. IlMldeman. Mr. 1.. It. Smith, editor of the Mt. Vernon Sigral, ws heru yesterday to ws run here, but fee how the not llnding it he ecaped to r "K are Ji;iikJ.M. IUiimtt, of Pulaski, - to give Ilairoosburj: bos partyarranging for their the girN u return here en route to the lepubllcau coiiven-'- , Ji'ap vesr .' entertainnient, in which thev a tlele tion at liuisville, to will try to eclipse unvthing of the kind . Me is looking wed and "rowing J . ZU: lever attempted in this section. It is to i . ..,.,., old quite gracefully. cost hat is the matter with our Mits. Johki-iii.nCi'i'ii, who has been boys -- bowing their appreciation of the . ! . the little up to attend ,,the ldaide of .,, rovsl manner in which they weie enter- . , ,. , re- 01 (laugnier ami .'lis. mimon. bv fol- mi iittuliM r fituhiril'jV lint" tamed on the tttb of. (nrfiuil lt lowing the lead of the Hnirodsbiirg , , fstmeh. . J ui.kk i Kin. in tells us that a round doxen of men went given penitentiary sentence by the Knox circuit court, which adjimrnixl Saturday ni'ht. Two for hnuei burning were granted new trials, Klliott llaker, convicted life,' w ho haven-tlThb Bli-k- . Two took an apH.al and the other nine from Uat kind of practice, have to Frankfort yeterd.iy. Then presented Irs. G. W, lSrouaugh and ate still M prisoners in jail in that coun'teelc Italley each with pair of uiubib ty. , licttl wkis, w ith blue ribbons S.M.K. As admuiis-for the toM Mccouchir. in this I country. They wuar their honors with tratorof Mrs. L. C. Helm, decea-e, j will at In i late residence on dignry and aro ready st all March lHtb, beginning at '2 r. ., Mil Utiles to reMtoi.d to istlls. publicly hei p reonal propertv, consistAwu.xhk.st.-T- he firm of Chadwick, ing piincipally of household and kitchen ltailev iV Co., of Crab Orchard, assigned furnituie, lietid of hones, one Jeiey Saturday. The gentlemen composing cow, bees, poultry, etc. Terms: I'ndcr the tlnn are J, T. Chadwick, J. IC. $10, cash; over f 10, :l mouths' credit mid 1). P. and the have with good S. C. Helm, made) J. P. Newlsud tbeii assignee. They olaim llieir nsxets fc,:K and liabilities A.stiik L. A N. will want (JO.OXK) ?l,0iX) b The llrm washeavily pre-hof water a day at Rowland, the city pariir- - or else they could have cond question ba- - been whether the tinued biiNiiiehs without trouble. supply at lagan's Foit Spring is sulli- i lw,-toit- GL0TH1NGDEPABTHENT Just received, new Spring Sails, in all the new styles. 0u,v prices are In Don't forget to see oar tine if yon intend reach of pvery man's pocket-boo,- '. to buy a sa.it. ' r mt wen-take- att)u.-h-ed- Ix-iii- g AmiiM-iKiToi- ;'s 1 Oar d, ';.l Tuei-day- I Hai-le- y shoes. At $2 are guaranteed; try them, .ilso complete line of hand-sewe- d To close, 25 pair ladies' button shoes, worth $2.25, closing price 81175. These a, re fine shoes. Also complete stock of Boys' and .Misses' in all grades. j?al-Io- el rai-e- HATS FOE Main Street, Stanford. E3'S7"EK"2"BOD"2. ;' &4 f; . iiiti i cient for it and the town, and a test will How, Those be made of the who have given the matter attention say that theie is no trouble about the supply and even if there was, there is the Tate or Cjvo Spring to draw from. J ok llKMiMtso.v was lodged in jail here yesterday by Deputy Jailer W. W. Byeiley, of Knox, to await tho next term of that couit, when he will be called on to answer tluee indictments for murder. Henderson is just 'Jl 'e.irs of age, but does not look so old, yet he is charged with the murder of three men. He spent a year in jail here oine, but ebcaped when In was taken back to Knoxviud that is one of the leasons he has not been tried. AT CLOSE PRICES. THE t LOUISVILLE AND STORE 1 ' Jf. MAXES, Manager. .,, "" Mk. .. iv. Go. Mi Cukaiiv Iimh, on the petition borne at St. Joeph, Mo, Snturdny, and - now with his parents. objm-- t is of many patrons of the olllce ami other His god sail- - Iriends, succeeded in having Miss Stella to take a cm load of jack-an- d Meplien-o- ii appointed postmaster at dl hoik's luck with him. Mu .1. W. Mni.tit, ol Laiicd-to- r. pass- - Maywooil, in (dace of Mr. A. C. Martin, ed up to. lellico Sunday, accoiiipanled by resigned on uccoiint of moving away. MiM.es llarman ami People, fornieily of MiStepheiirun has had considerable the IjincaHter Colloge. The ladies were experience in the ollice under Mr. Mai looking up a location foi a female school, tiiiaud - milx competent to coiitlucl it. Wai Khit M m left on Saturday morn-- , She met with a misfortune when a girl, visit to his old home, which hs reduced her capacity to earn in lor a few ami her mends are therelore Hichmoiid. Williamsbuig lienild. And that account", for the absence of a letter much pleased that he wjll have the from the good cuntv ol Whit- - ary of this little ollice to aid her in m.ik- lev, ing a living, which she has fo do for her i- J. K. Josus arrived from bii new ibovs'' ".' v.,. ...... .. ... OT3BAM lENGINTO STEEL BOILERS, Upright and Horizontal. and Portable. All Stationary, power. sizes up to in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Uncqualed Durability. Semi-Portable r i. i 26-hor- se da' lias! -ue CITY AND VICINITY. Nv.w I self. came veiy near another victim to its li.--t .sumlay. Miss Jennie Cooper and a lady friend, who were gue-t- s at Mr. G. B. Cooper'.--, folding-bed ink of Zeigler -- hoe- just leceiv- - Tu k ad-ihi- ig ed ut S. ILMianks. Tiik hoineMead ol the late It. Villi Are dale isadvi Ibis Usiie. rtied lor sale elsewheie in attempted to letdown the bed in reclin- ing rather than ornamental style, when all of a sudden it keeled over, catching of the peisonalty , Ilr.MKMiiku the one of them under it and holding her of Mrs. , C. Helm, it occur- - at hei until lelief wa- - summoned irom the Tuesday, 'Juth. lato kitchen and other portions of tint hoii-- e. ami, a.-- it was, Wantkd. Lggs at V2), Butter '.") cents It w.ts a narrow Hides, tallow and feathers at the highest the lady had her lowei extremitie- - ipiito market piices, 15. K. A W. II. Wear- - badly bruised. The old fashioned, four ii. legreil beds are much safer, although the average, housekeeper had rather I 01 iKitforsde privately my icsideiice, one of the most desirable locations in take her chance- - with the more model u Stanfoid; piice ami teim- - reasonable. make. to-da- y, . Cimiir ( oi hi. Judgi'T. .. Morrow arrived .in the '2 o'clock train yesterday alternoon and pioceeded .it once to j charge the grand jury in his usual com XFW prehensive and forcible tyle. The fol-- 1 lowing gentlemen compose it. Fiank P. W. Green sold to Peitl, ofGeoigia, Itlgney. F M. Ware, P. W. Caiter,.!. D. Dr J. a combiiivd horse mr Myei-s- , J. M. White, .lame- - Gieen, J. T. I..i.tn.i nml A I V it on. Illll. HI I At b old Hams, L. M Lasley, John Bingaman, pn,t u horse at illO and 3 Win. M. Iliggius, Charles Scott, D. K. Adams. Mr. Waie was made foiemau. County Cleik G. 15. Cooper reported XKW AIIVKKTJSKMKNTS collected in the In- six months tax on deeds, mortgages, litpior, horse, jack SALE. and bull hi eases, Arc , Circuit Clerk J. ' f'.i .ili- the lu.mi ti .ul ..1 lhf Ijlf lines and P. Bailey j31 mi petition-an- d tn't, in ht.iriiuiil. Judge W. L. Varnon jtioO tax on peti- ll.iu-- . C..I1UIH- - four i.Kimv kttcliiii .inJ ;.hI t;iblc, ill mill iutbiilltliii. I.ut tions. On motion of the Western In- - (..mm " IK VA.V AKsUAl i: ik- - sai ion Telegraph Co. the -- uit of Dr. I. S. J jL'.'i.OOO damages against it, v Burthtt for foi failure to deliver a message for a doe- tor for hi- - wife was transferred to the, V, . com t and the court adjourned. -Pi-'t- Write or Fret- - IllmtratcJ I'amplets iml ynur iH to TIIK JAMES LEFFEL & CO., YORK CITV SIMUNMUIKI P. OHIO. .i . .,.,, -- i-- Go to J. B. FOSTER, l OK- ., $1,-1:5- .5 -t DWELLING FOR iifli-n t -.inAi-tlili.ol.' New York Seed Potatoes, Ouiun Sets, in Bulk and Package, 11 I SEEDS OF ALL KINDS, And SI!KI OATS. a ASSIGNEE'S SALE -- FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. i 1 B. K.Weareu. Tin: L. iv. - . - N. will carry delegatus to the lepublican convention, which meets faie.-- for ut at Louisville the round-trip- . to buy black diess -- piingwear, or now Point DcGeve or if you want those Point Del'aris laeet., or jet trimming, or if you want your boys and husbands clothed, oiu is the place to conn-- . J. S. Hughes. Fimc. The residence, of Dr. George IIuiiii, at Shelby City, was blTrne.1 night, with more than half of the furnituie. The loss ia about f l.oOO, with no Insurance. The (Iro wascau-e- d by a hcrvant cinelcssly leaving a box of ashes aKidmd the side of tFio hood Ladiks desiiing jjooils or dresses for early ele-jjant- ly Fri-da- y fr thr benrrit i.f tin1 irt.liu.n of lbdiinson Mat I'liilip. t "'l(T fur .leri.ilel a Twit II. C. Walter sold to B. K.tn.l ni Lin. olu Kiiu.ty ut-- e. Tiik Chief Lngiueer of the L. kv N., j feeding cattle Joue-sol- d to Oatts Bros, of C. M. Mr. 15. Monfort, writes to Mayor Vaudu-vee- r .Montieello, 11 Iiuad of leedeisat '2v mid l ell hit Farm l well impror.l and that tho company will bind itself to ami ui II limit. " Tin. Ji'llniy In ute i uoiiuno.luiii at?-o- . pay for water at Rowland $30 u month, at two milk cows I uoulij m'II of au li.y Uuhlun, lU'iriK ) , Womack, acre., .in In Warren cotin-ut laru'N, une VaKcl xuitainius , the rate of r.0,000 gallons h ilay, over shall keep constantly on hich thfilui'llinc hnue l itiuti-- und During the year S)2 & Phillips sold to Joint Bunnell :7 10511. re mi whUh tin- imprmcmi i nut that amount to be paid for at a propor' stock of hand a full and complete head of It1, to 10 band mules at i 100. H'l I awi ollei lur alf ttif tionate price. He thinks that it will -- A. B. Bonta, 01 Mercer, one of the Brick House and Lot in Lancaster , a six inch pipe for this, instead of 811(1 by Mr. Howe. Supt. largest sheep raiser- - in Kentucky, sold, as propo-e- d four, N" " ,hui """, . j Pike was here Friday and expressed I0t) lambs for May delivery, at six cenU. B.1TL b, --c. & c. P. Cecil, of Boyle, .sold to an Two Vacant Lots in Same Block, himself my favorable to the water o Co"fi-k-norIllinois man throe trotting colts, two byt works and car lino ami said that l(K HUrilCII UCv tJL.J--- cM ll.,iHini.,i, .Manibr- i- MIU Wllllll lUB immediately .ml .,.UlI1 ..t t lie vaui iot if the pioperty owners would build a Uanibetta Wilkes, ' comnUHnue wllh termiil -- lie. flic li.iuv i rent- My stock of ..... sulllcient number of liou-e- s for the men 110 fetarilL, fur purchaM-i llll.eniiul,.l Norit k. I will nave seven broke nitheniuirtnntiinii.fiiiiri.iw. to rent he would iucreaso tho number i'i e.lnn of tho I.lnciiln Cminty Kami w III tc ,..i.t .. 1Ht ... Sei.t..mb,r mxt. I. .M. Bruce, next at the shops and He is mules at the i WOCk. for sale on - mouths' time with' Tvrnw -- On.Hlilnl miinllu, r.maln.tcr Intntial Tc of the opinion that if all tho property Uswin I i.rc-lt- l and 1 assure my nistomeraaf ., . init.illmrnliirrianil and better not Bold private- - ntrret und I1"l,ir erservice, low selected than ever on Main street to Howland were built (5 per cent interet.f. charges and courteous treatment, Mr Thomas, M. C SAUKI.K. prompt upon the houses would soou find rent- ly will sell them to tho highest bidder two tcKt m AUn about tiarrelb ut A. R. PENNY. Dalton in charge. 11 a ouSatnrday, April U. J.B.Owsley. andsUOA is for mi privately ers. REAL ESTATES. . AA-m;nc- c J". , i I B. POSTER. .. f ' I COntaiiiiiiu tiuci-pttlil- 3S Acres. mti-rti- I I j ic-o- il ii A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER 1 nt-a- re re , .,..,.,,., H.III-4-. ! j ' ( , " DrUS'S tS, Ull -- HYMaLlaW Toilet Articles Glass, Books, JTEWEXHY 7' rw.i-iiii- ivt-- a u..rlhl-i.-ar,lmtlli- r round-hou.-- ". af I i ... -- ' w-h;i- WATCHES, CLOCKS & 1 " a-- tf 1 o 1 L- ,- --- Vt'l j. "3 -- .. r1--1 .1. u. The last republican Congress refused Ducklln' Arnica Salve. S. OWSLEY, ESTRAY. tor The best salve statehood to New Mexico, but gave it to ares, ulcers, salt in the arorld sores, cuts, bruisei rheum, fever tetter, chapft a Candidate for Comrreawealth's Attorney, suh IhaseinniT possession a red and while Utdlot dancers never require a dres years old The owner can gel her bypaslng jecttothe action of the Dtmocrntk party. In any Idaho, Montana and Wyoming. At their ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup piles, or no pay requirrehearsal. and Judicial District to which Llncolu county may elections iu 181K) the vote of New Mexi- tions It is positively cures iriti perfect satisfaction charges and for this advertisement guaranteed to 4 uiiAiu.n. siMii i;it)ri, cit orci.ani assigned Published Every Tuesday and Friday It is maiinera which prove bo co was o'34S, while that of Idaho was ed. money refunded. I'ricB aj cents per boa. or AT- Kor sale by A. R. Fenny, Stanford, Ivy. irresistible in women. 1S.310, that of Wyoming l('..0:l'J and that t !i Will VlS,Vtt ire ADVANCE, is hart! to find fault with people of Montana :.1,000. But the three latter It SALE. LAND Happy Hooulers. tdaville, Indiana, who think ittst as we do. Wm, Vhe n not jc paid S2.50 will be charged.-tt- u were considered as ealely republican, Utiles Timmons. postmaster of iiwiib ooni' iwi oninner n:t Acres of A mustard plaster mixed with the combined, for that had miles from Stanford Splendel Land, situated Vi while New Mexico gave a democratic thatt all other nn Shrlbi- Cllv turnnike. Highest cash market price f paid feeling arising from kidney and luer trouble.' white of nn eps will not blister. adjoining Mrs. K. U. Jones Apply to me ut majority of 'J.Ool. K. b. LOCAL TIME CARD. John l.elle, farmer and stockman, r same place, for to be honest. InkidIt require. no tact ays: "Kind tlectric Hitters to he the lieu HCOIt HEM). tat feel like new Stanlord, Ky luer Train naves Rowland at 7.00 a. m.f returning tegrity is not put oniind oil at will. The derivation of gur word "salary" is ney and J. W. medutne, made me merihanl, asame Gardner, hardware man " at $.30 p. m. In ancient times Roman town, sars "Electric Hitters is just the thine Tor A wink is as pood as a written pre very curious. down and don't cire whetha r clerk. soldiers received a daily portion of salt erm.n lives isall run lie found new strength, jrood Bcriptlon to a know ini; L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. r die; h had new loe on The Cur Judgs has appointed the follswing &C, sit If, as is averted, money talks, it as a part of their pay. Sal in Latin is appetite and s felt just likelit heA. R. aIVnny's dm 31 ill train game North a bottle lile Only ... ...13 13 pta officers to hold an election at the ioutl-hufto ' money. Silence is golden. salt, and when the salt was, in course of store South...... the it Saturday in April, iS)t, l elect Seven t34Pn must be silver Express train " South Councilmeis nrnt n Cllv Jlslte lor the City of IM. F. .ELK IN & CO., ....1 11a in "I 6ee the point," the wary bass re- time, commuted for money, the amount " " 'i North LaOrlppe Again. Stanford ......IS am local Freight North ....6 j j a m marked when the bated hook dangled was called salarium or salt money. Judge. S. S. Mxers and S. P. Stagg During the epidemic of t.a titippr lust seon Sa iyi ST AN lOttl). KY. South New Discovery for Consumption, Shetitl, O. I. Newland. Clerk. J W. ttayden. Hence our "ealarv," and hence no Ir. Kins' Colds, proved to he the best remedy. The latter trains also carry passengers, ....jupm before him. My order of the City C0um.1l Coughs and many who iimh! it confirm this Report The above h calculated on standard time, Solar J. W. IIAVDLN. Clerk It is but reasonable to suppose that doubt the expression "Not woith his ment I from were'nol only quickly relieved, statehut time is about ao minutes faster hey We ask ou machinery in a paper null is.ruu by salt." the tne disease left no bad after results. to give this remedv a trial and we guarantee that QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. HOTEL a stationary engine. SALOON or the purchase Railroad President That was a bad you will he satisfied withIt rcsnlts. no etiu.il in l.a l lias be tetutidel Kpv. Mr. .Sprouter How did you like Trains pass Junction Citv as followsAT ROWi AND Orippe, or any Throat, Client or Lung, tiouhle t South Round No, 5 at 12 .8 a. m. , No 9, II ao my sermon yesterday.' Drug Store What did you accident, but it might have been a lionsp. m.; jo. 1, j, 07 p ,o local, arrives at think of my exordium and my perora- and times worse, Suppose those cars Trial bottles tree at A $1.K. Penny's Largo bottles. 5 and JB2. i:n I), m. Hound- No. S had taken fire! Phew! Why didn't North leaves at 310 a. r . No 4 1 thought they "I hare just recovered ftom axetond attack of I offer for sale prit.stely mv frame Hotel and local 5:10 a. in ; No 1, 07 p 111: and No. 1 at tion, eh? De Grump they ? the gop this year." sars Mr. las. O.Jones, pub Saloon at Ko land, which are now renting at J"3 3:46 p. m. were too far apart. rtln the lat- per mentb. lisher of Superintendent A lazy llremau hud ter ca.e I the Leader, Mcxia. Texas. Remedy and for business, It is centrally locates! and a Hue divispoint used Chauiherlatn'n Cough being at a terminal point en The three tallest trees in the world only hems in ion of the L. & V It has lossl wel . slab!a I think with consl.-rablttcccs, let the tire go out. l are believed to be a sequoia, near Stock bed a little otcr two days, against ten d.iya for house and other necessary outbuildings. Addre-.- , President Raise his saUti'v. the first attack. The second attack I am sutlslie.1 a MRs .M.R C. I'KRRILL, Staaford. ton, Cul., which is :25 feet high, and wvulil have been equally as bad as thu first hut Unl in for the use of this remedy, as I had two eucalypti in Victoria, Australia, esHusband I know I am going to die. about lv huurs after belne; struck' to B to while croup, with it, 450 respectively. I was able to attetitl to tusitip .. .NOTICKTO'lHIi timated to be 485 and The doctor says that I am sutlering from in the Inst ae sore about to d.m before ftettioj down " 50c bottles Stranger This is a dead town. "circumscribed subcutaneous iullitinma-tio- for sale by Dr. M I. lknime, Druggist and Opbronchitis, tician, sunned. Ky F.ditnr Yes. characterized by induration r- j Mkapx- How do you manage to maKe a living a pustular tumor." with and have opened in connection with my Hotel, the out of if. Wife (who ten Vassar graduate Rats. It will be of interest to tho coiitemidatniK set g cured by the Nottliwest. to know that the I'm coioner. Why, that is only the medical language tliti)T iu and timber lands in Wisconsin ate Infant tary to the Vlsionin Central Lines. Settlers on Do not drive the hoiee too lapidly for a boil. these line have all thu aUtantaces ol healthful first taken out of the barn, as the when climate, good market facilities, abundance of fuel drinkIt turned out on the trial that Re- and building material, pure and sparkling Ii ran stomach and bowels are full then,- and ing water and other important benefits whi. porter Klliott Kelly, of the Lexington not b? enjoved on the prairies ol the West No Firsl-Clas- s do not drive too rapidly when nearly at and effective draughts, no cyc.one. lie grasshopper plague and asLeader, who claimed that would-bme nine end of iu tt fever anil olTer the services it to Ike emergency medicine. thecool and the drive. Let them come sassins had put the fearful head on him choice lands stague. prices. iWisconsin is in seteti And vehicles and fresh ofbloj.lti h rublt Irand consider low new nearly dried oh". my In e.1 one of the most prosperous States in the t'tnon stable compare with It should be in every Little tfeoriio (to collector) "Father as he was peacefully pursuing hiseourse I.ocatid dliestlv 011 the Wisconsin Central Lines in this State an' the thriving cities of llurlinjton. Tho in Country. WILLIAM ir,.MORELANI), isn't in. but he told me to ak yon to along a dark street, as battered up by Waukesha, loud rfu I.ac. Oshkosh, Neenah, family. Dealer 1' e s c On me a ia'l. Waupaca, Stevens I'otnl. Marshficld, Chipbagnio keeper, for raising a disturbance Collector "He will a call 1' W t.RhrV, 1'rvM.rir pewa Falls, K.ui Claire, New Kichmond and Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs & At 111 RNS, Manager Ashland. be at home then will be'.'" Ueorge ."No, in her house. Solicited Stock Cattle .'"' Sfieep a Kor tickets, time tables, maps and full inform-- ritiof tn, l'ersims asiiigaiiT of the ..Soe by he sir. He'll be out. Th that's Lowell, t M. .x 111,11. r. .v., livery farmer should begin with nt !" npp!r w for sateor wishiti( lo putthase same, will d wo.' Chatt.iuua, you to call then." Yau-ke- e least told me to tell to tall on or addriss me An eicricn eof fiftee I', .t T A., Chicago, HI J AS C. a few live stock, gradually increasyears n tins Iiusiik.s has b rnot profit to me an Blade. t think both to the lue uo makr It profit ing the number until the capacity of the Messrs. Cage .. Sherman, of Alexander, Tev., anu seller r 11 aiMresi 5tniorJ, .). M. CRAIG, To a pair of shoes that have become farm has been reached, but under no write us regarding a remarkable cure vl rheumaDR. 1, Office at the .M?ei- Ho.. of .Mr. still' and uncomfortable by constant circumstances should a farmer undertake tism there a follow t: "I'he wifebeen bedWilliam STANrOltD, ... ridden Homeopathic Physician, , the postmaster here, had I'rultl wear iir'the rain, apply a coat 01 vasewith rheumatism for se eral years. She could get , KENTUCKY. line rubbing in well with a cloth, and in to keep more stock than he can properly nothing to do her any good. We sold her a hot GTANljORD, NATIONAL BANK comand and comfortably care for the year round. tie of Chamberlain's i'ain Halm reter she wasone to nny Oftice Hours: lo to la a. m.; I to 3 p. m.; 3 to a short time the leather will, become as pletely iiucd bv its use. We ot MANHiRD K , p. m. Kentucky Homestead. I her to serifv this statement ' se bottles for sale 'I his lintel, renovated and ref .rn. sited 11 riv soft ami pliable a.-- when it was taken Ouice on Lancaster street, oppoiite by Dr M I.. Itourne. Druggist sml Optician, Stan- in my charge and intend to ctndsi tit si as to not only maintain its high reputation, '''at 10 add from the shelves of the shoe dealer. Intelligent physicians regard as ridic- lord, Ky. to Its long list oS friends Special a. . omraoda- This is the bet country iu all the ulous the phrase "died of heart failure." tions far sommnrcial travelers and tme room, for the dlspkiv of samples. world to live in. I have S"0,000 new Life insurance companies reject a certifiSurplus 18,500 o; "j"0,(XX) people to cate of death giving only heart failure as Dealer In reasons for saying A First-Clas- s Saloon) t Atlt.llst.ti oT Hit pi'.ll'- I. mmlcd to the fa. When Baby wai sick, wo cave her CxstorLv to America in one year from the the cause. They want to know what And IIILLIARDand l'OOI. ltOOXs attached. that this is ti e vHily Nsiion.l flank in stanfirE Foreign and Domestic Fruits, come side of When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla. Under Ihc provtsuns of the National Rank A.t lo.SKI'H COrfkY other the Atlantic. Why did caused the heait failure. Chicago Jourli clunir to Castoria. depositors are sesured not only by the capita1 Wlien she became Miss, Confectioneries, Ac. Because tin is the best nal. thev come? itock, but bv the stockholders liability tor an th jve them Castorla When she had smoulit equal Iu the stock, so tfcat deMsiers of Has with him a tirst class baler and can turmsli place to live in. If it had not been there this institution are secured bx a fund of $oo, no w lien a woman rises to teruuniue a Bread, Cakes and the like 011 short notice. ' S7 Kiv sworn stalemeatt othcoJttMii of the bant gomight have been SoO.OOO Americans arc made eai.rt year la the tinted Stitrs governvisit she has more to say than during 232 Acres of Splendid Blue-Gras- s ing to the other side. Talmnge. ment and its assets are eaamincd at stated time, her whole stay. In this regard a woman Land, by government agent., thea securing depositors cough when HOUSE. Early Wateumki.o.s. After having is like a gun, which makes the mojt Chambcr'ain's danger from Is freely given. It De.ira'-I- lo at. d on unii. rd" s.irg trow snd perfect safely 10originally established as the Is nn There This institution, Cough Remedy Stanford lo Milledgrvdle. In.olu K) ,i Deposit Iksak of Sualertt in iljf, thea tenacious mm us and aids in its miles from Stanford, F. B. RILEY, .Proprietor, miles llustcnsiliw, 10 ttied a simple experiment on having noie when it's going oiL Huston Trail lhtiilics the loti;h, also the N Uienat Hank ol Stanford ill 1M5 and the sesenly and frum Dans ilte. It mile from Junction City nd ued a.reorgaBir.nl as the l"ut NatHina) Hank ot again frequency of ihc paroxisms of coughing and - - Kentucky. early watermelons, 1 will oiler my plans script. wiihm i'j mile of Morelatid. a .tstlnn tin the C Staiitoid London, la s4, has had pracovally an nnititcr a speeds' recoxery There is not the least S. R K The I'arm has uikmi .t aa eicenni ami to your waders, feeling that it may be of ji years It bet ler supplied children it danger giving it In Training: Hanks I've ju- -t discov- contains inno injuriousto substance, or babies, asInr spacious brlik residence, (tin roof) all ruptcd esistrhseof lor transaitiligisbusiness prompt now with lacilitirs I have moved to my new Hotel and ira better sr" bottles necessarv ntitbuildings and aa abundirue t fruit ly and lltecrally than rter before in its long and benefit to some one: lake tin cans, ered the reason why it is so small. sulehvDi M L. liourne. Dmggitt and Optician, U11- - of almost every variety. Mush of the land prepared than ever to Accommodate the public. A.. &im l.ariyisnflasis A.las "t..siFinsisja i'visisisiii', uxih Cold Lis cry attached and every convenience de- oyster or calmou, and heat them hot Hanks What is it'.' Hanks Hecxpecta I binford, Kv well limbeMd, abund.ntl, watered norWIlisC lt;g1 f,rm, ,,,4 ,4,v.lu-- J. re.pectfully so.ic- sired. Give me a call. ' aml . all well st in Uluet.ra.s- ,h. it, a lieu rw enough to melt the solder; then remove to have to crawl through the . , FRANK RILEV. .'.. 7; of a l. The Directory l this Hank is csssipted ot r. .jl' next Spriog the top- - and bottoms and also open the needle some time. New Yo'k Herald. R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. rVr sale.al-o- , 16 Mule V W lf 1. J. Ksler, of SUHfttetl; l.tlf.AN joints on the sides. Tie a string around THE SRELTOR HOUSE. Korostsss Krtd. Liuctsfrscssusity , DENTIST. The Suez Canal i JJL'.'i feet wide at the the cans to hold the edges together and "LOCUS OKO V J W. Mayst-- a, Staalotst; ROWLAND, KV. . S II Itaajhmaa, set on a plank, that they may be moved surface of the water and - feet wide at Is moving to tlit Higins ntfue, Lancaster street Nitrous Oxide t)a given for painless vstractlDg. '2l Miller. Ml. Vetnt feet deep. The out on punnv days, or in a warm, dry the bottom. It is STANrOKD. KENTUCKY. s. T ll.rrss. I.tacssbi: This House has been refitted throughout; has place where they will be protected from canal is 100 miles long, about 7" miles SALE J.S I locker StMfcrd; . A LIVERY ATTACHED. the cold, and (ill with diit. Plant the of its length being actual excavation. (! A Isky. Llncxstn, r. B. The bnest I aim and richest oil in im.ila w)., DR. T I'. I ItU, Stanford. seed in the cans and give them plenty of cimipriting 4suacrs Ml LmihI, Mtwa. A mysterious ringing of electric belln Transient custom solicited ted within wo in las ol Suioord. the cuMHIyssssit W. O Welch, Sunfard: air ami light. When frost is over, take in a W CARRII.R, 1'rop. V3iy J. of Lincoln, fronted by the Shelby City tvttpUt Swiss house was traced to a large W.P.Tate, Slaafoid and accessible to the Stanford and Dnvi(e to the field, open a hole in the hill and spider, which had one foot on Main street. Otlice OPFtCfc.R This is one of Hie best Slock K.ims in the the bell vacated South side r. Iltiniuaii, In office recently stanloril, Ny. by Dr. 1.. place the cau in it. Then cut the string, wire and region and is h a high state of ruttt J. Ilsscker, lrsdct; another on an electric light vhtton. Abundance of water tui all purKH remove the can by pressing open and the wire John J. MrlUfcerU, C.h.er. Soil is ferule and is suit.tble for be gruwtag of A. A McKiBnev. AssssUnt Cashier m, herrp, and land VBXD0MK HOTEL located toUtcco, cnrn.an bewheat. band tw ithue Merchandise, plant will grow oil as rapidly as if first Dealer, in General u. iht it divided I arms made planted in the hill. Have rows 10 or he imprnsemcnls are a large ami WAI.I At K S'll KI.K, l'rtfr. Lumber and Shingles. vuuhhosIUms niiscmeni slock barn, apart. Thin plants to two in a hill, Co. Clods aold for cash only. It gitesmt pleasure Ac. the bvM at fmll ol all kinds, etc I'or ! mati-i.public in general that am doing and if attacked by bugs dust them with K II. lONKs, Sianford. ostJit to the CAMNITZ, aitflv lo nicely ynder the Cash Systo-- and that the people J. D IONKS, First dam Lulu Hell by Kentucky Clay or STANFORD. KY.. are rapidly catching on ty the fact that ttitlie ashes. By this tnediis melons may be P.M. tl V Rll.t-- , i'mrsille lll'STONMI IK. Ky he bv (', M. C'lnv Jr., Siradcrit dam seller. They better system, both lor the b.ixcr.-inA. A. Mitton in iiome the dam of Maiiiliriuo Patchen ami Liulv Is now fully organieJ 0.l tea ly lor bniii.tis wit:- Thoroughly refitted and refurnished and fuily also know that I .sell aoods forubout a third less bad very early. prepareu toattenu o tlie wants ol tile pii'uo than my competitor who do credit business. He and Farm. (lam by Downing1 Tliorne, '2 IS each, keep constantly or. hand a splenii emhtr that Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. Vepnont, sire of (ilir Vermont 1111, the lincSAMI'I.K ROOM .ma. hed did assortment of Dry Goods, (iriKeries, Clotii-inr Moots, Shoes, Hats nnd the like. Call In and An excellent poultry breeder of our sire of Homier Hoy 2 L'.!, Rhick .Maria, A:c ; REAL 19.000. AGENT SurPIus. MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, i my stock, which is replenished almost daily. aci)tiaintanie not only keeps no dog, but ".ii dttiii byCilencoe. thoroughbred. j Kowiaiiu, ivy. ) II. Mll.lsJ.-xSl'CCK.SSOM tnTllh LINCOLN NATIONAL .Moniroo C. was sired by Liglithcarl Ky. is extremely careful not to allow any upHANK Ol' hl'ANrOKO, 1' .",;; out of .Moss Kiic, full sisi:illl, Now lIjsiii.- up; won the same assets.in J under bearing huge ter to trial on his premises. The hen Corner Mam and Depot Streets, Princeps, sire of Trinket .'!!, I'd Ih.i- - mile a n,.mber ..f t t .r - '. MS 1SAUGII3IAX, tin the ame niauagemcnt. l.ji.d-il.t t II Lin ...n i.i'ly numbers of eggs in various stages of de- dam Priinro-e- , dtiiti of Prince), ire of Stunford. lly provisions of itscrsaitcr, tlepositor ere as Kontuclcy. ' These I arms ., re all uell improve.! MKE NND STORM goo. Icily prote-- led as am depesltora ill National velopment is easilv injured by excite Fuiiiine Sole '2 '20; ltd ilam Hhick Roc. diini lands, rim n lot: in ie Horn ,., to tx A. res (tanks, its sharehIJtt being held individtialiv rcl.irned of Darknu 2 '21. Ills j.i'telegant frk :u t!.e t.tus when .he lull CtiHsMlertng theislosaliiy. their ru.hlirs uml fer- liable to the estual ol the amount of their slock ment. The spectacle of a playful puppy an sto of SHHU I.oikIs whiih tility of il, tb- - c..ilsllH'l.c.' . turnpikes) and '1'lii pedigret combine. Jhe Iliiiulileto-iiinn- , (.ought therein at the par vl-:therexil, in addition lo the ..,w She uiiiten all the ahe is ustlv pi. .id lo ihut bring matVels right In xirdo, thy imossiit invested Irs sack shares chasing a barnyard of fowls and causing It may atas Verthe Coyler, the flay and the Representing ladies 10 see tl.ein, wl.iilii-- t'ie bu or ihi "so are i heaper Ibati lie Lands of any other ouaty la esecntnr. asdministralor, tiiisttv, ,Vi., as fully as ba-Imublolo show go Sj.iyr them to lly iu all direction, is one not mont strain, with a thoroughbred the Sljte There is snsr. cly a farm in the coun an indivulukl ty over an ir ir to a .lerot Hartiord, of Hartford, Conn., lu those )kj eutriled ilieir nuismess t u. piomising for their future prolit. We and will show- iu hi direct descent more The ...iiniy 1. checked with t rn ik. running vvkilc mnagmg the l.inciJn National Hank r or Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. doubt not that the egg production is tlinii ."ill '2 toC. i heller performers. l ikh a (.'.'. I. r.wl en met try iiiciisi i Stanford, we sv heir tender tur manv thanks anJ second coiii-ito Maud lenug the .oulity seat that itoi Macaiiatnied trust they will tontinue to transact their limitless Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, letsened by such forays, though, as the S .Moniroc W e liat i the Nnosville llralit h of l, I,. ,v J' 1( He brown, pi hand a Ith as, offering as a gnansuttie fei" prompt utltti It, dividing the loumy flo'ii Ksl i, West and the tsoii to same, our twraly years esperieiuc Ins Co. of North America, " hulls escape being torn and 'wounded, high, a speedy trotter though untrained. Hid. will be received till Bi.m, March .loth r C. S. R Kliitiii North to smith; U.e W C. It. R bunking and as liberal acOMimodatiMis as are roo Will iniike the season til mv stable in the fruticbbs-o- r prislltsgs to build wsiter work for Irons this place 10 Cincisinalt, cro.silw the C Companies. I would the thoughtless dug fancier may suppose All ot which are l, stsietit with sosiad banking cbsSHcil rrservlng the ilgl.l at Wlnche.ler, giving full aciews to ihc markets the citv of Stanford, I, ...1 lie Jileised to waiti.n nil friends in this line. i'ol. noinjury has been done. American (Jul- - Shelby City. to nj.cl any or nil bids. the whole wcrld. llesulm, u b.ive this UIKKsTstKV. largu ' issutd. Will insure against Kie. promptly I). W VANDKVKHIt, a Lightning l'Uur Mills in the county that giva lis a market wind sturms and lightning ) J. WlHiaais, Mt. Vernon; At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. itvaior. Mivr Cls- Stanford. for all our gram right at home,- and In developsttai i without ndditional charge. J. M. 11.11. Stanlord: merit ol the mountain regiiMe ul Kuststrn and titf :e .it First National Rank, Stanlord. Kentucky bv nulroad. mid ihastut- Despondency is the most unprofitable J.,S. (Jwtdey, staafufsl ; Male cared for ill reuoii:illc rules, but lit SiHilh by railroads has cre.ilrel such a dwmand S.J. Inbry, SUi.ford ,J feeling a man can have. Hyacinth is not responsible for accident or escapes. lor all siti.ls.f cereals and l.Hrsiihl.r than I.jaa.StaalordJ J. scarcely retain unough lor homeconatiMttitton. H. L. GARTWRIGHT. I know of that will start the only llower he people are prixpcrotis, generous and Mad, A. W. CartHtitnr, MUlcdgevtlle l.elieun in ChrlsluMily and education. best in a dark cellar. Ten raw, cloudy Theto J. K.lliagliasan, IIstsnvill , 1. v 1HI.L10.N AND MRY C. DILLION, i not a iieighburhood in the (.oiiaty But lia a Kx I'arte. The Pieiuiiiiu Satldlc Stallion. days may pas along a garden without J. K. Caili, Suafor.l; gcou iliurcl' and s. Thu pttitVners have thi lay tiled their petition winning a smile from a .single flower, Wiliawi nncli, Stanlord. Ky Sunf.rd, the t ooiitr seat of l.iucoln. is a pros- Basking that said in the '.lerk'sotlice of said ourt, ,11. Sauaks, I'rosidetit. perous little coy id about s.sni mliab.taiiU kiisl is Mary C Dllhon be empowerinl to tie, eujoy, sell but no sooner does the sun look out UJLIC1UT'0IV9 the great doorway from the North And North-- I she J. H. Owsley, Cahe ard ionx-e- for tier own benefit any t South and from thr NYflhtscM III southeast, nwy own or acquire, free from the dolus or claims than hundreds of carnttioii roses put up ."shown s time a W. M. IlitglM, Tssjfer :iud took 7 and siamllAg as it dues gaaitsc right Imu thu bos husband, lo make contracts, sue and le of her premiums iiutl ceriillicale; a a om of the undeveloped mountains of Sothcaatern.' their lips to be kissed, and blush clear d a a single woman, trade in her own name and -, uacxeq up ay me whom ' rveniucK wasn't shown at alii dispuM- - of her property by wilt or deed. to their shoulders. Uood chcerdi-vid'e- s 101I1011 ot the Slate with railroads running throstta Uisr.owordtredth.it null, e ol said action be down Will make tliusenon of lSlcJat my tlace it lo nil imhuIs of the rnmpass, iirako it Halursllv our hurdenR nnd carries three published in thr Interior Journal, a nepaper one if lie best lo. atl in the South tui ". miles! from Slunfoul on the Dmiville publism-- l in Stanford, Ky., for ten days. One good, hearty tnai nfacture ..rU oilier ruterpil.es of mainititdr da ol March, fourths of them. O ven mi ler my hantl this 17th pike at '" W iter Works are now being agitated and right --. 'JB IAS. 1'. IIA1LKS. 1E9J. laugh is a bonibsliell exploding in the cw ttsile uf aiioue the town about i Clerk Lincoln Ciri uitC)iirt. 7 llicrv iiiuHl l uiost.a Water Works Willi vary $10 to Insure a Living. right place, while spleen and discontent ' llllle ..st that would supply a tity of iso.ouiiin'VuTj1 a j? j s A flVClj habitants with the purest and best water In the are a gun that kicks over the man who due when the inure i purled ' L world i' Our lilils) city h.. been nsiwly rebuilt In V s w O. shoots it oil. Taliuage. T re with or lircil to ttniitlicr lior.-the last lew yuar.iiHl its business hout'war.l ri- M 7 r Vs l I.011I Clifton i a beautiful red orre), -- f ll soiiiore with larger citiosi.f girater . tJ 3' HIJSTON V1LLE, KY. , lirelensions Our mrrchmilH and trariosnicn lire The stealings of the carpetbag plun- uilh a gootl mane anil tail, hand all prosperous and lining well. We have twe ' sad high, fouled in lsS. nui i :t banks with a c.ipital stock ot $100,000 that are Dealer in Groceries, Hardware, derers in the Southern States averaged die hor.-prosperous .li.d in a good rolid.llon. about SI '.'0,01)0,000 per year under the We have .plei.Uul s lods. We have n I'cmiilr t.lassware, Cutlery, table and Thoe who wmit lo biced toa good Kiitb - Qiieeiuware, College, a large hrikk building, with o.er too pn Reconstruction acts. The increase of dle.allioii are cordially invited in look 'pocket, Harncssand Coulei.tionerie.s. nls it. altHiiUaiRC arui umter me prim ipaMup ol CD ! Pro AlMiluudles .Moline I'low.. Chilled and Sn-- Cu- the Statu debts, after literally confiscat- al v hore and .co him move. " Hubbard, ts in u tlont i.liing cuudi- ., ltivators, Double Shovels. Corn Planter's, Huckeje tiou. W.. e al.o have L' Scminary that - U a :od He was sired by Second Jewel, he by ing property to pay the enormous taxes l...Al Oive lum trial ll'.. I... II....' II . lllil.u. ...... Hinder Mowers and HMftll, HIH I ll'l, " . ... i,,.,,ii....I Cunningham's Jewel, he by old Washingluteone uf the est 1'ubln School t.iul'liugs it. levied, amounted in three years to 1 Ibis ectioti of tbo State, with nter iou puptls tn ' Having; removed my Harder Snup to the Com ton Denmark. atten.lame, and with other good private s huots, uwrcial Hotel, t am 1892. His tirxt dam Faiiiiie by n ou of (Jill's 1872. you see our school f.u illtles are excellent Vermont: I'd dam by Old Monte, thorWe have elegant huuli builiiiugi., lupresintuig My experience iu breeding heifers, oughbred. every denomuialloii, with a full corpsor nnni.tra Prepared to Accommodate Ladies of lias .ilas t.tlunl Jii J are doing a belter business as well as Gentlemen, saya W. I Pierce, of .Muncie, lu'd., is to Lien retained on colt till season in pnid. than any clasxuf men in the city. Mares grazed at reasonable rates, but have tried to miike Ibis statement as facts, In anything they may wish ill my line, Cbil- 3 OrtiJineiital Trees, breed at about Hi mouths old, if they ImmeuflMo'kr Fuitsnd without auv esaggeratiuii or coloring, as those alto waited on. Call on mo. aall Knttts, Shrithi, Ylnns and J'lanff. Prices have been well cared for up to that ge. not responsible- for accidents, .shoiihlany who know will bear ne out, and those who wish and our vr.. cca occur. lowr We have 110 to buy pleasant home at lair prices and locate The best covs I ever owned were bred where theirs begin unm' " G. A. LACKEY, THOMPSON, umonK'a good people with all tlm et surroundLuriies on aiipllcaiwn to ings, would do well to ca'I and see inn before pur V laKNMKYKK, Lenlngton, Ky at that age--. Stan fofd, Ky tn Commercial having- elsewhere ? Semi-Weekly Interior Journa: v WISE AND OTHERWISE. J. JR., Cow-nin- e FOR -- - CASH I Sixts-.fis-- e medii-tn- e - soda-wate- Uotioo of ElooUon. Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, s AffD rr -- xgw5kv price-wil- r : . r 111 F O IRj . SA. 3L e Colds and Coughs throat, asthma, hoarseness u g audsup-puratin- TRAVELING I PUBLIC.' Lnnd-Sootfor- a. miissm rjsssssssssssssssssssBjre- - m mttmm, m ihoires-farmlu- Myers Cherry Pectoral the safest most MYERS HOUSE, re-mik- e - e IJvcr.vlStnblc, the r.r rt ..f Best Dr. J. C. Ayer Mass. JOHN Co -t J ! I j ' . I . 1 lc- 1 n THE GOFFEY HOUSE . I I I 1 twi J p: .... I - . josKeiicoFFEv.fp, or. pRST i 1 court-hous- 3J-j- y CapitalStock 5200,000 - jT-- tt Ctdl-'ren- , FOR SAIssE. -- THE RILEY uhoc-pui- ) I 1 4 4 .. -- two-stor- y Clo-el- ee 7- Hi is s t o ok; f a. r m . k. 1.1 . v , :....... 111 . ? I LiskoIm-M.J- PENNY, I llltie-firr- u. Dentist. I turn-idl- e. J. H. HILTOH, I iHue-tira- i THE I 1 MONTROSE C. -'d I dw-lli- . 1 II.R. -- llaiiu'r, I , Farmers Bank& Trust j 1 ?, i , 57-i- J. II. Milliner and Ilrcss Maker ----- If. T. IHSH, ESTATE Stanford, K .,. - I INSURANCE AGENT, I s I e; - To Contraciors. tk--e ut-r- e . ' -- fiMt-.la- . foriiii-dolau-e- ne-- 1 - - , South-easter- j Lincoln Circuit Court. 1 m 1C I hotd-b.iM- I uroK-fli- r lAmM Ssr . ea-- 11 1 yr sn-- ihuo-lm- -. : to-- - Colt-Mone- y 'Pf F:a VT. GHEEITIITG, s1 ; 1 - , . $-verD' h a- e. 1 - 7 " S " cr j- idciKt-wil- j rZf"7 Jrt JV t ' s- x- e. i I 111 I .1 'fl'lS,-7ir.,00- 0. I S55sjr i ft' o & -- .'... I Vct' ' Orchard, Lawn, Garden. Jif-ni -- ... - O t I JESSE Hotel. . "U-- 0 W.