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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892041201 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. v v f - Semi Weekly Interior VOL. XX. DANVILLE. I Journal N0M3 STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. APRIL 12. 1892. THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. : ,ly for many vim re. During his rji- The Press, the leading republican 'deuce there he represented liis district journal of N'ew York, l.s exceedingly bel V7 -I- saac Hulet and I.Uella.I.an.b ob ,n CotiKW-w.- . later on he moved to and anxious to get the country o the fill, lust. tamed marriage-licensU(. v;lun,)I(. farm oyh. cmmtV( fl war u -- A flue boy is a new arrival at th now owlll.(,hy M. 1'. SalleeN heirs. Here Hitle Chili and was very rrv w hen the home of r. M. Morrow, of the Demo- - ,)(. Hvi, nmj M,0it B'rill,nily 'hIokv came tbnt cuinpcll.-rurination ('rat .abandoning the practice of law until he of the truth of Uncle Sam, but it took .. . , , -- Auastamy ease, ... ... hia fariI1 ,0 CoK TIin- - Mi Roberts comfort in the trouble that arone with - llUl. ,.,.,..,,, ,rt uum Bin, .uouie iscue., . lluglaud over the IUdiring Sea question, iin.l Sum Moore. Jr. defendant, will go and wan ft fc The Senate concurred in the House amendments to the World's Fair appro priation bill and it i how ready for the governor's signature. HAWv The Houae passed a bill to legulate, , theelectinn of special county judges, oro-viding that their pay shall be deducted exceedingly ausious to to from the legular incumbent's salary. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. probobly be tried the 18th Inst., county The hill to prohibit bank discount war over a very small matter of no concourt day. at a greater rite than 0 per cent, passed ' ei-- Mr. J. C. IStbinson entertained the cern to the mattes of the people of The Danville friend of MiB K. Mnv "Four O'clock Club,"' Friday afternoon. ther country. This dithcitlty having its second reading in the Houae, but it. Tinner, of Itielunoud, have signed a pe OF been adjusted it Iimh its warlike eyes now will not become a law and oughtn't to. A law number of lu.lw Urave. Representative Hay, of Boyle, voted j titio.ithaUbebe appointed one of the t tursied in the direction id China, and wind .SUurday to ee the d,v ladycou.n,iioueraofthVo.ld' Fair, sys with a great llourisli of trumpets against the World's Fair appropriation, ""I ""y. "f -- P far... nted the -- Mr. Ilovle Head .His constituents ought to call him home i lie uawer nel around the park is that "Americans will expect and lequire and let him go to work on his s of the Misses MeLane, on the Hano.l.s impartial consideration for American inrapidly neariug completion. Marshal burg pike ami will take possession tl.it farm. He is too much of a Hamilton in seeing that the work is well terests in China." ThU is amusing, in Mr. Sallee, heretofore occupy week. for that progressive county. view of the pending legislation provid done. im. tl.U- i.irm will move to the f.trui of The Woild's Fair ditectory ia com " Mr. S. T. I.cnvell, who owiih a large ing for the totat exclusion of the Chion the. his father, the late M. V. Sallee, ing to it- - senses, as evidenced by the cut peach orchard near town. tells uh that nese from this countrv If the I'refs r .,i... uiuiwiu- ..!'... I.IH...I i... ..... ...... should fail in getting up a war with Chi- in two of President Baker's salary. It is -..., Kvcr hero. We .....n. ,,, ,..e ...-o-- Kobert Harding baa bought the lot M na, it might urge the propriety sf send- uow tixeil at $0,003. The ollice of solic9P Main Htreet west of and adjoining of Hnj-t- i. itor general, held by Mr. Butterwoith, "A ry enjoyable impromptu bop ing an army to take Logan L. Carlisle, son old Dr. Wagner residence, front C. the There id n revolution now in piog-res- s was abolished the .Mason How. Friday of Senator Carlisle, was made attorney. II. Talbot, of Versailles, for $1,000. H VK'-iin Hawaii and all c would have to .... .Mm r.... .1 ,. ... .., h'snir Black s band furnished Mr. The World's Fair appropriation bill, do would Ih? to send a to one lirst cliws music for the occasion, Harding will at once erect a hund-oin- e of the principal ports, whoe captain calling for 1100,000 for Kentucky's ex-- 1 The editor of Puck and Judge o( residence on this lot. In this paper, so ought, by all menus to send reporters to W3Uld allow his men to go ashoie, get hunt, passed the House by a vote of to .'si. Amendments were added cloeiug The marriage of Mr. W. W. Wise, drunk and raise a row, and if arieMcd, of I.at.cter to take down the fuiiny(?i man, of thin place, and Miss Dais. things gotten otl" on the brass band. for rncleSam to demand an immediate the exhibit on Sundays and .prohibiting Louisville, will take place oil the 'ilst the 6ale of liipiors at all time.-It is de Some of them are "great" in the estinia- - apology with a threat of wr if not comclared, however, that these amendments inst. A main stieet merchant, whose ' tion of plied with. The ihiwaiin army consists the author.". are of no avail, as the points covered name shall be nameless for the pre.wnt. The ladies of the V. C. T. are of only 0 men, and there are reasons come under the jurisdiction of the board it is said, will brine home a bride from making a decided foi the belief that that the United States suacs of tho "exof control only. Woodford county in the early days of C9j7m,A change." I'.very Saturday afternoon might be able to cope successfully with Pjlfijsa A Dr. Woods, with the Polk Badget inJune. ' a large ipiantity of good thlnga an armv of that size. t s Mrl'.lmv ami children ate thevsell itw cident fresh iu his memory, has presentwt. Ah all they sell is contributed ......... . .i... f...:i.. ..t. iuii,..r. .i.i.l.,.ed a bill to prevent "ringing at fairs and CRAB ORCHARD. i .I . ..... m. ii...iiu.i..o. ..1 .!lili4. by member), it clear prolit race courses. The penalty is a line not Although the weather was extremeSheiilf Menefee, of Stanford, came exceeding $1,000 and imprisonment in no, i here thin we.k on bin way boit.e over Friday and summoned about (0 of ly inclement, the church supper Thurs(or not more than two from Culil'oi nia. on a brief vUlt to the our citieiit) to Hppcar in the Lincoln day night was a grand success, both so the I'cnitentinry family of his cousin, Col. .1 W. Oucst. years, or iu the county jail for not more Has a Complete Stock of Circuit Court to be examined for jmora tialh and linancially, the "proceeds beMrs. John S. Van Meter, of Hot Sprint", than one year. The same penalty is as- in the Saunders case. The wives of ing about j.:o. ses-e- d against persona knowingly enter-- , Ark..1s visilinu the family of her broth some of the married men are not pleau-e- d The sale of Mi. Jo? Melvin was iug a horse in the wrong claf- - as deter-- , : , Mr. J. W. Yetkes. : ei at the enforced absence of their hus- withdrawn on account of the low prices Uoiuiderable of a "ruction" is being mined by a previous perfoimance of the bands bid on the furniture. raUed by eitUens living on :M street op. horse. Mi.--s Mamie Henry The live coinini..ioncr to represent will have her boundiiiy of the D. posite the weptein The Louisville Times strikes centre Kentucky at the Kxptsitinn will have a on Saturday, April ID, to with its uual force when it eats. The I. Institute, became the innitute giy old time in the selection of the three spring all are cordially invited build-iwhich allowauthorities ase about to put up a bill to increae the "good-time- " Mr. John Melvin had a very good boundary foi the ac- lady commissioners foi the State The t; on Mid ance of convicts to ten days iu .each uuiiier-on- s cow, which he had just applicants will doubtless be bought, killed mouth is a mistaken application of the, commodation of such of the inmates us an black birds in the spring of the by the train Saturday. As Mr. Melvin who may be better of pity. Few con rids'' may take sick and year, anil if the commissioners can suc- had just looted in our midst, we weie divine impuNe oil' by being seMtate.l from tbo-- e occuget heavier sentences than they deserve ceed in giving ratisfactioii ami escaping sorry he met with such a loss. allowance is repying the main buildings the present a scouring, thev will be exceedingly n. s Mangliter has intiteii a ward enough for good behavior and the Promptly and in style. Mi. John Uobincnii has setuined select number of friends to a day's outhe hud lucky. from Florida and Cuba, where sooner we stop making martyrs of our ftafKNGRAVIXG on all jjoods sold, free of charge. -,- Mi Old "old and Alma I lagan, of Richmond. ing at (freer: llriar Springs next Satur............ .tart nf fill. Il.ltll willtfl I . .. . , criminals: the better for society. 'Ihe o " wu visiting the .Mixso Cur- - day. Dinner will beserved at the Spring The ... . .. iu sit ... .ui..t...r linn-,- .. silver laKen in exenange. -- gallows is htrewn with altogether too nun m .. ' "i" Mis- - l'.cs- - a good hand ol music will be in attendrey, returned home ,. . an ftllair of the heart, begin .. II!. manv roses abeady. rejtort that f. '.. . i . . mii uiifm ih viHiiiiit - iiiMi rumm . .. i.oniHr. , ance and all will be entertained as best A. C. SINK j. X.MEN'EFKft niiij in Kentucky. Iiiul cutminaieii in in Louisville. .1. i Luirey was here suits their inclination!.. A jolly good MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. land id nun and lloweis. by M. the I.... M... I. ..!... iw II. lV. II .t IIt .'llniMII nn III time is expected ..rl. Uob iimiii beconiui' a Itciiediet, Mis. Leslie, of Wheeling, W. Va., . Mrs. W (). Sweenev, D.mvil i Sumlny ...,u.,.tii-.iWe learn from reliable persons that iiouncftl to be absolutely ami reversed the usual order by killing her, wI3ST """ cD, Cr.ib Orchard Springs will be opened as rally false. He is still foot looe and U of .Marks- - a tesoit in the usual manner, the only husband for unfaithfulness much better. Mis- fancy bee. Mr James IJrutus Clay, son of I buiy, ha- - been visiting Mrs. J 1. Ham- diirereuce in the new management will The newly elected counetln.cn 0. M. Clay. Jr., and M!m Mary Hi Mr. John M. Logan has returned be that it will be used as a private and elected the followiug ilton. the year round, in order to util- weie marrieu at raria in grant! etyie. years: from a business trip to Cincinnati. otliceis to sei vu the ensuing two Mr. Horace M. Taylor, cashier of a Woild's Fail bill ize the buildings, which otherwise staud The Mayor, He v. Janus It. Allen, clerk, diss, Rough and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Brackets Carlisle bank, and brother of Mrs. Will , it i...i... ...iiinT. 1!. .1. Durham; re- - provides that the member.-- of the board idle two thirds of the year. Craig, will marry Miss Maggie Croxlon, and Verandah Work. Mr. Vic Owens is visiting his mothcorder, Alex Anderson, city attorney, , ol manager simii, as nearly as may he, er, Mrs. Ike Heriiii. Mrs. J. K. Caison of Paris, at l'enaacola, FIh , Ml-u.e mm-rerepresent geograpmcai W, O. (.ioodloe; chief of police, Wm. Mr. Albert Hider, of Somerset, and i assessor W. S. Downtou. The tituis nud the most important interests and daughter, Miss Hessie, are visiting Miss Helen Chestnut, of Hrodhcad, wete Danville. Mr John llrooks spent The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. board is composed of eigi.t democrats of the State. Neither .the "geographical g in .Sunday with hf mother. Mr. M. Liv united in marriage Sunday morning at and four republicans, two of the latter' sections" nor the most important Ky. ami it be- - ingston stopped over a few dayu with the residence of Mr. Cieorge Vanaradall, Office ''' of '" St"'' re delined, negroes. , Dr. W. M. Doores. Mr. near Huigin, by Judge John W. Hughec. a matter of interest to know Just his Kev. Strotber Cook, Jr., who was comei Harrodsburg Democrat. thought to have been shipwrecked what they are. These ase Ueation to Jack Melvin ami friend, of Ilrodhead, ' .Sunday in Crab Orchard with Mr. while on his way home from Africa to be olved hv the governor. Possibly the spent The Coni'derate veterans' icunion at. parents. or- - Melt-in'heard fiom at l.iv appointment, oi a commission ironi Kentucky, has hwn Xew Orleans was largely attended and erool, Kngland. where he bail been thern, Kastern, Southern, t Western and wa a tnot enjoyable occasion for the CHURCH AFFAIRS. from ablp hoaid in an uncon- - Central Kentucky woub meet the taken old soldiera. In answering the address Large and Stock of of mi- i.ii in .. ;.l. t.lo,.L- I... i,.r l!ev. J. W. I.viwh and Key. A. V. of welcome (.ien. John 15. ('onion, pres HCIO..S will"' :ii """""" " oniri'iiienlN the law. anil the inntit Mr.' portant inteicsls of the State might be s7.euiore will exchange pulpits next ,ienti Baid, among other things: "The "1 I A He i" now convalescent. vei T T I I " county and said to consist of the agricultural, null- Sundat. ) M jl -- A j jllag which they so often bore to iinpei-J Cook is a native of Mercer -V.J S .1 J L. a-a " ijunrtei uieeting will bo held at Pliable victoiv lias been furled forever. number of relatives in Doyle. He chanical, mineral; educational and in Africa uh a Baptist, mission- - feHsiniial. The commissioner to repie- - McKendree next Sunday by I lev. J. The cause of separate national exist agricultural interests might be Hand, iu consequence of which theie All kinds of package seeds; Onion Sets, Beans, Peas, &c, in bulk. aty, but returned to Kentucky several sent the ence. which iney so lovallv loved mm so with j taken from Southern Kentucky, where will be no meeting at the Methodist jKiundly defended, lives only as a memo- years ago and connecting himself Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks, Shovels, Picks, Grub Hoes and also ' V the Christian chuich went 'back to the, most of olir tobacco is raised; the one to church here, The old prder has passed and nuew Ilev. It. H. Caldwell will, preach at era i,as comi.. IMei.ded now in one com Dirk Coutinent as a representative of represent Hie mechanical interests, fromCollars, Hames, Collar Pads, Trace Chains, Bridles, Halters, &c. Louisville; the one to leptcent the inin- Walnut Flat Saturday, Hith,. at " : m and in one American ,oa that denomination. front L'astern kentiicky; Communion servkea at 11 a. m. sjunday. Van Pelt furnishes the cal inteiest, hrothei hood aie the brave vt tenuis of 8c c A full attendance of the members is refollovting facts concerning the Danville the educational, from .Northern those vast aiiuies which once met and for the tucky ami the piofessional from Central quested on Saturday evening to attend BU,j,pitfd each other in deadly combat, The gro-- - .httal receipts business forever uniteil in the ennobling pur lisc.l vear ending March :ilst, 1MK).' Kentucky -- It is iniu'h to the credit of the lloue losome Harrodsbuig Demociat says- ll0W 0f pnWi.t and with their faces turn- For the fuel The amounted to 0.707.0il. g of Kepresenlatives that the bill "Uets. Milton Klliott, ot Kirksville, and t.,i tothe promising and pregnant futuie, year ending Match III, IS'.H, iTJTII.'-'- ' of pri.iting iKKJ.OtX) for Kentuckys display (.i. I.. Surbei, of Lexington, are trying to (L.ATK AI.KXANMtKK'S HOTKL, an increase for one year tliey are icsolved by their joint eljortsto ' Columbian Exposition was passed. purchase the Daughteis College prolyl- - ai.iii0-- a tleMtiny higher and grander, i500.ll. For the year ended March :'d, at'tbe ineuiberH voted for it ami Xt ty. II the deal is -- omplcted a number jf ,l0SHjhle, than was . AND IMPROVED, an'iiicrease over the pie-- j Fifty-siIS(I2,K,70-J.V)2ever anticipated or vloii's year "of iW-7Total increase ol against it. It would have been a great of iuipiovenieiits will be made on the even hoped for bv the founders ot the ' The next meeting will be at postal receipts foi the past two year- - mistake to have defeated the bill and it college ami gn.unds. ' It would bea big r.publu-.n.,,1 rn,.rfrwMc, . , nnnn.lt, , . ,,placed the State in a very thing j tin- college for these gentlemen p,jrininghani in iwisti. When the gross receipts shall, would have H:V lor bel awkward position and subjected us to to get hold ot it. Mr. l.lliott is an expe-- , -VILLK, KY. LOUIS amount to $S,t00, the ollice will Kvery Kcntuekiau rleiieed educator, who has built up a Albert II. Watson dropped deul on W. R. LOGAN, Manairor. placed in the list of the second class and deserved ridicule. present year j ought to be proud of his State; of its ....i..,..i:.i lolinid at Kirkavillc.. t while Mr. a Cincinnati train near Somerset. He if the increase during the : A.W.Jones, I J.Sulli !.. ,1 L Marshall, Clerks. jiiivii'ii'. ., .... . """" ..i i.it nisiury, pn.uinis, s.n.ut-is- , jur.is,Maie. ' surber is both capable and ttvllllttetl lor' was a retired merchant troin i nuuia, be ill proportion to that of the past two; !.... poets, artiBts, mechanics, j , . editors, Mich , .and was returning home from s iikiiis Danville will be placed in the sec men, Florida oivii.ef, maioie, o.iiiunuiue umen ami ond class iu 1MK5 Dr. W. S. Drye, who has never been The probabilities are n Lnuis Anastey, the ex lieutenant of Mih. Kli.abeth F. ICincaid was ap- fast hows. will an- - thousand to one that the exposition well since he broke his leg, which ls l tlio French army, who murdeied lux pointed administrator with the died Sunday night, 1 (1 i,eefactres, Itaroness Dellard, ami nexed of tho estate oilier late husband's would go on all the same if Kentucky, or to be amputated, was burned in the 10 o'clock, and cut tiie ti,r0at of her inaid, last Decern John Kiucaid, who died in any otliei State, should, through father, Hon. ' jmd jlif ,u,ml Iu.ilty 8,aved from economj, refuse to tout die cemeterv yesterday afternoon. rtiuiitv. Tennessee, iu 1S7:5. rine.ss or t's take part iu the project, but it is never- The immediate eausc of his death was Ijifi Bh0i,i,.rb y the guillotine, Judge Klncald, at the time of his death, diseae, though hesutleied from ,iHV. theless a certainty that every citi.en of o ned in addition to his vainalile estate Gov. McCrearv, for Mr. Springer, acres the State who would visit the Fair, Beveral other complications. II. was a in Tennessee, uoine Jli,000or man and was at one introduced in the House a bill to be ashamed to let any one know clever, popular of land in lviiox county, this StaleT would the best doctor iu his section. He thori.e the holding of an international been somewhat neglected by whence he came, or from whut Comwhich has It provides that Kelituckiaiib professed rclkdon belore ho he died und monetary congress. monwealth he hailed. and the heirs and which lor many years has ' for concress shall be held in Chicago, church. His wife. the .'V-- l largely occupied by squatters. Xow, have always maintained their self res- ! :,i.,..,l tin. Christian been pect at hoire and abroad, and it Is to be w ho was a daughter of the late Carroll conuuencng Aug. :, 1M., to continue in curm Colic, Coiutlntton, -that a railroad lias inane uie ianu .1.... I. ...... ,l..i, ,1... ..,. Will .,.. ...., ..niw. " . ... ley Will session until a majo.iiy o. tne o ngress . Dlnrrlin-a- . liructathin. I IIH.S Ilioveu UIIU,"" uhihuc mmireivi lumii Itailey. and three children-B.n.i unite, huh :..,iuH'!ltmn iwenty-oniiiiv"n ICutorla Kites , ami pruniotm Jl ive him. Dr. Drye may determsne to adjourn, a. Ancnr.K, , M. D., tt. when tho proud old Commonwealth and Lizzie kn0WBtoi..e" it contaiiiH oxhaiistlesu quantities of coal lujurious niPitlcAttoa. N. Y. hi.4.V.)tii year and had always to the congress are to be ap- - j jn so. Oxford St., ' minerals, the heirs will ' shall be too niggardly and too paraimo- - was in mid valuable lepresunt the United States, pointed to Tu Ckntacr CoMrisT, T7 Murray Street, X. Y iu;se enougn money 10 enaoie ed in tho section he died iu. proceec to oecure full possession as soon iiiouh to - All the nations with which wo hold Uip- Ids it to take the position in any commend The president sent in the appointus possible. Judge Kiucaid begau Jaiueri l. tveaver to oe conuriu- - louinnu icinms mi- nvu ' ocm Stanford, able public enterprise it so justly ik nient profohsionnl life gules. t odaspost-iuaster.iln.!on. uccessful herves, 4 here he lived and practic ,.,, r.-nn,- ., lfe-re- ., nt SEVERAME & SON - ... f ,-- i'r- i THE LARGEST STOCK -- i , UM-ol- -- 1 I'"" i back-wood- moss-bac- k ... Dry Goods, Notions, pets, &c, si-c- Car- -' "-- .!..! 'Sl n t ,.... I man-of-wa- r Have not Time or Space to Give Particulars , COIMIIE SEE. WIIMOEERTS, fr - J3r Druggist and Jeweler, DRUGS, gOOKS, PAINTS, WALL PAPER, oM-nm- .V: n we-te- rn a- - Jewelry & Silverware. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired first-clas- , "j "good-time'- - t-o- 1 1 , i to-da- 1 ( . -- 11 ' ( "" - ... ,.. SINE & "DEALBES MENEFEE. WD otgau-uedSatuida- y saui-tiiiii- m SiSH, DOORS BLIND'S. ; ! to-da- y. scc-lima- n: WOVEN WZRE AITD SLAT FE1TCX. inter-bein- and Yard Depot Street, father-in-law- ... Stanford, . swt & n? -- s JUST RECEIVED. ) , 1 n-- - ; . - , j , j pro-u'l- bt fT -- J J . -- SEED HARDIN. ,iT" WW ..! fl i j rout-Mast- Ken-oflic- -' FAHRIS 'ii v Hm-l- O, appio-ahowin- ) THE WTMLiAMD ,..,..., r r- f x j THOROUGHLY RENOVATED " , - -.... - - ...- cc ' !..!....... - ...... ... ... n - ; 1 contia-sj.ii.in- er !!"! bare-foote- d - 1 I I - , SSEHH .... Satin-Drighau-ti- Infant Hrool-lyn- Children. ) Dryo-surv- o - ,rt.jierili ults-p- tti 7" . - M j m-iu- .' ? ?. 'o ....!,- - w Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal Ivy., Stanford, Arwi. 12, 1892 W. F. WALTON. The Fourth Congress of thi Scotch Irish Society of America will be held in 1, ami this ollic Atlanta, A prill 'JS-M- ay is in receipt of a finely engraved invitation, with the beautiful seal in green. Col, A. K. McClure, the noted Philadelphia!!, our own beloved and eloquent Jim MeKenzio and other distinguished speak Bill Arp, eirj are on the programme. noted wit, will discourse mi the the "Georgia Cracker,"" and Col. J. W. Adair, another humorous character, will also address the meeting. On Sunday evening following the session of the congress memorial there will he u Scotch-Irisconducted by Dr. John Hall, of New York, a native of I'lster, and one of the most distinguished divints of the Presbyterian church in Ameiica. It will be the old service with the singing of Psalms and other tonus ot worship suggestive of the auld lang syne. Reduced railroad rates have been seemed aud from all points south of the Ohio and fare leturu tickOAst of the ets will be on sale. President Harrison, Blaine, Campbell, Gov. Gov. McKinley, Buchanan and many other distinguished will be invited. h pel-vice- , Thk bill to appropriate $100,000 to defray tho expenses of the meeting of the Grand Army of the Republic at Washington passed the Senate 41 to 10, Black burn, Mills and Wt beiuv among the honored minority. In tho history of demagogic legislation to catch the soldier vote, there has never been any so flagrantly demagogic as this impudent proposition, which we are glad to hear will be opposed to the bitter end by tho democratic majority in the House. Representative DIckerson ii outspoken in denouncing the outrageous violation of the constitution aud siya that if necessary to prevent its becoming n law, he will filibuster to the end of the session. Senator Palmer, of Illinois, was one of the champions- of the proposed steal, which is enough to knock out his pretensions to the presidency. If the bill should become a law, tin- next move will be to piss an appropriation to defray the expenses of the Nation ll republican convention at Minneapolis and it would be equally as proper. lf It has been - Mis-ts-ip- 1 SruAKiNuIof J. B. Thompson's candi-dac- y for district delegate, the Harrods-bur- g Saying- talks out in meeting as follows: "We believe that Mr. Thompson is unalterably opposed to Mr. Cleveland and that he would not vote for him under any circumstances. Herein lies the futility of his canvass for delegite and we are satisfied that he can not get the endorsement of his own county, much less that of the otheis in this distiict. The people of this grand old Commonwealth are overwhelmingly for Cleveland and their voice being the voice of God, we nui- -t send a solid delegation to Chicago for him tirst and him alone, as long as there is any probability of his nomination." The Democrat is also outspoken ngainst any delegate opposed to the who, it thinks, will be elected in spite of New York if ho is given the nomination. Mr. Thompson will have to revise his opinions if he goes to Chicago officially. ThN is neither a Hill nor a Carlisle year, as he will find by taking a few days off and hives tigating. Ex-Go- v. Scotch-Irishme- n . Thk lihode Island election was not so as the first dispatches much of a dog-tamade it appear. Brown, the republican candidate for governor, has a clear majority of 19 in a total vote of o 1,700 and all the other State ofthat party fices except two, besides a majority of U.S. the Legislature, which will Senator Aldrich. This is the rir-- t time in several years that the people have elected a governor, the choice having fallen to the Legislature. The democratic vote this year was 'JV-'--' ngainst in lS'.ll mid 17,"5:'0 in 1SSS, so it will be seen that the democrats aie much more than holding their ow n. The election has no .special significance, but the result has given occasion to those Who oppose Cleveland to say that nothing can be expected by the democracy from the Eastern States- and that to win it must nominate a Western man. This same set would have found some reason to urge again&t thp nomination of tlie ex president if the democrats had swept the State. They hate Cleveland and would rather .see Harrison re elected than for hm to again occupy the presidential chair. ll 25,-24!) - IV', 'X fr if fcj V ' fiH Ft 1,1 L. ,1" phatically," it exclaims, "and forever, Kentucky, no matter for whom she may M.U'sof the gerrymander Ohio dis- be, i not for Hill," and all the people tricts show that the republicans have say "amen." They also say, too, if we outdone anything in that line ever at- can read the handwriting on the wall, tempted. The famous shoe string dis- that as much as she loves Carlisle, she trict in Mississippi is a model of com it not tor lus nomination this lime. Mie pactness and beauty compaied to the'. ff ,, Ver Cleveland .with no second ., , Ohioetloit. One of the new districts is . . ......i.i., , .,.,. nuu. .. i........ x... v known as the "sausage skin" aud is .iy ven more fearfully and wonderfully . E. lit i.iiks of the Iamcaster made than the others. Let President issue another menage on the 0rd, is trying tu work up a legal and unfairness ol the geny- - fining bill and is sending out petitions for newspaper men to obtain signatures inandcr. : to, asking the Legislature to pass a bill l.rer: n,inirim, .,,, 8aK., ()f rwtllv Says the Frankfort Capital: bv of the Intkhioii Joounal, re !sherl(njf oommissioneis and other ollicers Walton, marks 'that the people have declared jof tQ )e ,lllblisht,(l IH.U8p!t. thatGrover Cleveland must head thei That such a law is needed for the ticket in this good yeai ol our Lord laHJ, tee0ll of .iefendaiils is apparent, but . and ,Brer Walton is aWaysnght -e- xcept ,nw beel ,., ,u uauy He scolding the Capital. when he is geniie u paslls,( that none l)tlt a yullR oi mm i..u.BU.u...... ttu,i was never gu.n muii likt- - .Mr. Hughes ..,, out once ami win nu. iry u ., nK.o... v wmi. ,,.,.. flli. to attempt it ....... .... man does not put his hand a second again. time into a lion's mouth, if he has any Sum koi the newspapers are claiming sense in his head. that the liquor cme kills as many drunk, Thk Hopkinsvillc Kentuckiau give.-- ards as it cuies. That seems to he all currency to a repoit that Walter P Km right. II a ilruukard can t he cured he erson, a splendid writer and the b'st t tQ ekil,lK IItJ JH I0 ammnt tu headlinerin Kentucky, is about tu sever n im.m auA of iu.es his connection with the of t,,e KrQnuiU to take charge of the Russellville Ledger, W. MiUm'kk, of RockcasIt is to be hoped that the report is fiction. Mr. Emerson's light is too bright tle, a simon pun democrat and a Cleveof a country land man, is a candidate for delegate to to be hid under the weekly. the National Convention from tliii district He is the kind of man to send. Thk passage by the ilouse of the Let his ambition be gratified.. Springer Free Wool bill by a vote of 191 NEWSY NOTES. to (Wallows how thoroughly the demo crats are united on the question of tariff) The free cotton bagging and cotton reform. Only one democrat, Babbitt, of who is apparautly not much tie bill passed the House loV to ). Wisconsin, T. Iv. I'ra.ier was hung at Toledo, of an one, voted against the bill, and onstepArk., for rape op his ly one alliance man. daughter. The U. S. has paid out for pensions Thk Oweuaboro Inquirer ea!N on its, representative, Little Tomtit Petit, to jince 1801, the enormous sum of $1,10?,-- . etop making a donkey of himself. Hro. . ir,lii::.07. The cornerstone of the tomb and Cawv should not expect or demand the The Ethiopian cannot monument to be erected iu Has York impossible. change Ilia akin, uor tue leopard his to the memory of Gen. Grant will be laid on the -- 7th. (pots. adver-Ineannc- dence fiud who has been honored with, important positions in State and National affairs. We allude to Hou. .M. J. Durham, now a resident of Lexington and cashier of the Central Bank. We do not know that he has the least inclination to leave his desk for any position, but bis devotion to Mr. Clevelaud and his unswerving democracy point to him us an admirable selection for delegate from to the approaching Nathe tional demoeratjo convention. State-at-Iarge 'I.v a letter to tho Central Record, Mr JSll. Marrs makes a suggestion that will efrike a responsive chord iu the hearts of the judge's many friends in this section: We tind iu Lexington a gentleman in whom, the people of our section of the State have a good ileal of confi- jkhiI-trW. W. Hays sold to Montie Fox, of business, but engage iu it to make Boyle, Xt sheep at 30.50. the farm profitable, just as l keep sheep Frank Fox bought of John Holmes and other stoi'k All get the ery t The Newport Journal, whose support mare forS"J-- 5. of care. I commenced on .lau. 1, Iblll. of Carlisle never wavers, continues to a Gaines Biop. bought of Anderson, with JO hens. About April I, 10 fall urge his nomination for the presidency of Boyle, a standard bred filly for $200. pallets begun to lay, so there was an aud seems satistied that he is the only in record at that date. Iu June T. B. Uipy, of Anderson, has bought Moses that can lead the democracy ort for the record was lowered, because 1 set so W. of the wilderness but it wants no Hill of U. W. ltobinson, Nellie many hens. set 120 turkey eggs, of , man disguised as a Carlisle supporter $0,000. which SO were covered by l)'tis. I raised jmmui-eri- n lorn roKSALK. A elected as delegate to Chicago. "Emto maturity 40 pullets, and on July '."o I A. Cameniseh, good condition. bought M eurJing hens, which raised y 1 ! iwo-norse Thk Massachusetts democratic vention heaitily endorsed the administration of plover Cleveland and while not specitirally pledging itsdelcgatiou, yet declared its conviction that the interest of the party and of the country demand the nomination ami election of Grover Cleveland as president, being confident that under his leadership the principles of democracy will again win a gloiious victory. The platform advocates tm ill reform and economic government, and opposes the free coinage of silver without international agreement. All the delegates aie Clevelaud men. Rhode Inland, Miuuesota and Massachusetts the only three States that have held conventions save New York, have each declared for Cleveland and sent delegations with not a single Hill advocate. Kentucky is going to follow suit and the Hill men win are masquerading as Carlisle supporters had as well stand from under. con- -J. R. Danke, a ho killed the editor of the National Review, of Nashville, for,1 traducing him, was acquitted. The tepublicansof the 10th district have decided not to make auj nomination in opposition to Joe M. Kendall for for Congiess. The Frankfort Fish and Game Club, is making preparations for the State convention of Fish and Game Clubs, which will bo held April It. Democrat! county conventions at , SCe)ie Iudiuuap disand Booneviiie,ind.,adopt.( ed tionsproposing Cleveland and,' the national ticket Grav as It is reported that tho government has decided to pay the relatives of Ital ians murdered iu New Orleans SiO.000, ai evidence of good will toward Italy. The Commercial Gazette says that A. II. Car well, a Harrodsburg merchant, shot Ike Letrman for fooling around the woman he keeps in Cincinnati, and made his escape. The McKnery committee in "Louisiana refuses to abide by the count in the comnroinife election and the tight will go on with two democratic tickets in the field as before. Goods The report that Gen. Frank Wolford Oiw ? (. dark river proves was about to cross the 7 1-- 2, be untrue. He is feeble on uccount of age, but ready to do battle for the democracy to stock at the shortest cai'. up. ces In a fight between the cattlemen and "rustlers" on Gieen river, Wyoming, eight of the cattlemen were le- ported killed and there was severe los of on the other side. President John A. McCall, of the New Yoik Life Insurance Company, says Mr. Beers, his predecessor, will get his pension of So.OOO a year only when, the couits have awarded it. Bully for! McCall! Co., The flour mill of J. G. I'atton it Catlettsburg. largest of the kind in the j '.IV. another trotter that w.n Big Sandy section, was binned to the Suie given a low lecord by that gentleman ground and Charles McCov, the miller, attended eouit yes A good, crow perished in the Haines. The los3 is alout horse show being the attrac terday, the ioO.OOO, with no insur.inci , .. H ery mile trading was done and The breach betweeu the nghteous t.on. .l Mr the uniwdlv Mr. Unav' business as a general thing whs uuii. i irreconcilable. The pre-i- - Capt. Bottom reports about PJo cattl is said to bo isrepoited to have declared that he the market and about half of them sold dent brought will retire rather '.ban accept,! uayV ,jc- - ' s calves weighing W) pounds SJi).r, a lot of S00 suul Slo tation in Pennsylvania atr.iirs. for a pinion and 11 head of -- rub calvus at ill.T'i. In refusing the petition Bladi , l'lua horses sold at from j3 to Ss; agel of the editor of the Blue Gni serving a sntenc of () days in mules $70 to --'. who is W. T. Coultei and D. G. Hlllott ea.l-- , thfi Paris jail foi criminal libel, GovBrown says "Herrois of law were com- ed iu yesterday to .isk us to aiiuoume milted to the prejudice of the substan-- ' that on Saturday, the&'tl, there will be tial rights of the defendant, a plain, le- -' a hore, jack and bull show at Middle-ga- l remedy w.ts and is available. His i,UI. nu. cornet band will be on hand: olfetiEo was a terrible accusation in his j to furnish music ami everything will w newspaper against the "Paris Christian done to make thoe who coin have a church," a large bodv composed of as j.00,j time. Lincoln ami other counties refutable manhood and womanhood aH,allJ eMc6cialrv invited to send their anvin the United Mates. J'egHrding stock for exhibition. J. C. Coulter aud his conduct as inexcusable, I decline to s'peius Fisher will be masters of cereuio' nits. Island inore's the pity. 40 years since P. node a democratic governor, the had EASTER GLORIES rMAKE' of richest S)leil(lor. Jh'CI'y (ll'l iclv ill OIL)' lower than any othev JIousg dare ojfcr. St Ore SClU 11$ (it 2o to ?L 0 The Louisville Store QUOTE THE LOWEST PRICES And lead, the .7 7,7 veco$thipd fact that Wti ( . I Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoe and Carpet Business in Stanford, line of White is now larger l-tiCy splendid, line of ail styles Plain, Striped.and Plaids, wliieh are showi 10c and upwards. We have just received o will sold for oc. a complete line of now uingha.ms, ranging in pn- in addil ion oar and viure complete than ever. We front 5c Gentlemen will jind. it to their interest to call and exanune oar new Clothing, JJats and Furnishing Goods. Spring stock j THE 1 LOUISVILLE .. STORE .Main Street, Stanford. ('JtlUXSlCy, Proprietor. i ' I ARE YOU GOING TO PAINT uur House This Spring J . . Hurri-onan- LION tjhc 1 s the best nwitie. one-hnl- WW retniti ftt glosi longer, i over 1 PAINT satisfaction more pnc thnn fttiy pntitt ini.v-- il in th ordinary wny ttncl is gwnmiitecd to f It is. - - der the per. Manufai.turcd by the LIOX PAIN! S: COLOR CO , I.KXINC.TOX, KV., St.uiforii, Kj . K. 1'cnny, Drtiytjist, .Xgc-nt- , A. m.d Mipt-risio- m.idc by the Intent fniprovwl tnnchincry of a practical jwinter. Accept no unMib-stitttt- c , j Go " ...! to J. B. FOSTER, leu- - I j - j FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. I New York Seed Potatoes, Onion Sets, A lien do not make a specialty of the SEEDS OF ALL KINDS, In Hulk.'aiKl Package, And SICICI) OATS. te J". ! B. FOSTER. tr ,.,,. , toat-Iu-attc- -- , 1 hJe,f ,.,,, ( bus-he- Turnersville. Ill Septuuilx't-un- l the record iu Augit-t- . For Sale Pair nice brown mare October eauio the molting season, LadicH mule-- , good matehes, broke and ready and in NovemWr ami Decemlier the pullets to lav. Tho following is Anl I oln Count) In rail anti r4min llir hjm!i.itl ail il.r4ri nn of WA1.I PAl'fR . H. Bout. for use month; nil fractious of nf tinril Kruti cky oil nil lo thr S. H. Baughrnan solil to Serojgan ft record of ea-jack by dozens are carrietl into the next mouth: of Louisville, a .'year-ol- d Bros , At3A. E. GIBBONS', DANVILLE, KY. Dot. !!M Peyton Kmbree for i'00. .V! Aui;ii- -t Jatiiinr) .. the 1' A IN Is, Otis, IU cjii aUofiitin li whalttak Ms)s, , , atkwi-anj- r U :uu,iulMir H M. F. 1'lkin bought of Geo. Vaughn Kebniury I'tuple ilrtimig 10 tin llieir own wrl to nl4v do lie nr vrttink; 4lvi.r ichii to OctolM-iin hmie in llii- Suit of Mis. John Al.iMh a lot of fat cows at He and ' jiracli al man and NiiieiulH-rApril j 4ii exprtienfcH J "S IIcii'IuImt. . . May . O. Xeal a lot of same at 'Jlo. 41 uct your uomDinauons uompietc ana save money. Jilllf The cattle shipments over t.ie .SKI S3 July. Tutu I Kansas & Texas on the Mb were 1 told oOS doun at an average price of HO ears or over o.OfV) head. eighteen cents. I also sold seventy tur-- ! Van S., a short horse, won a lace at keys for Thanksgiving and twenty cockI Cilonchester and the Covington pool- - eiel.s and kept some" for I family use. have just re have on hand 100 liens. looms figure a loss of 40,000. ol Men's, Hoys' and ceivedono of Mann's bono cutters, which One of the largest and most complete stock cow, Foil Slb. Ho sle does the work to perfection. J. V. Chile . Children s gal- , y fc yearn old, nice form and will give R N . VV W l.v.l - nun ...til. .. .1... :..l. nun " v t ions oi .1 'I In- - I.ali'.t 'I IiIhc In silo.. on, iiiwonviiie. At tho Veimont dair men's stiiw i.u l..lU-- ton Httis with .lambs. lion last moiiiii ',,'" ti""1'1 conveii-1U' iiiiou Imelr. All VOIIII-'- - No e ...- WHO C'ltuni""" broulu to tlu- hast hud of the county. Also a lare ami well silo building. Stan- - the latest impioveineiits in Call on or address me at He said that the latest wits to make assorted stotk of Custom Aladp and Kastcrn lord. Stephen Burch. a single lioard wooden silo; inateUed J. K. Bauglimaii sold to Cecil, of Cal- liuiilier put upi grooves and tln-- e ifornia, two aged jacks for tl.'.tOO. Mr. filled with paint. Thee lxuiuls are Cecil has shipped them to Oregon, where nailed on to studding -' by (i, set sixteen Call and camine our stock before inches from center to center, with a For both ladies and gentlemen they will make the present season. square stick of of Flunk foundation of purchasing your Spring Goods. Win. Moreland bought timber lieddel into tho earth and Hunn, ") hogH, aveiaging BiOpouiidHat trenched in. The door is made by siw-:i'e; of Win. and I'orter Sandidge (i0( ing down iK'tweeu two studdings. A weighing --'00 pounds at ?:5.S.'), and of cleat is then nulled on to the studding, and then eoal tar paper put mi so as to Uave Klliott a lot of butcher cattle. old iness against the ensilage, then nail . m.i via MVrbiiue bought 10 lua llr) Inmds hvii, two thirda mates cleatsoii tliestm ldiiigaud put thelHiivrds , t - o'i.:....,....L- - ?it 47'.i(l Aln nflback. One board is taken olf at a time i ensilage .V as i...nuii.. maret!, intlthe tllM lIlMll is used,'. so as to keep the 10 . I iMViil IllM KllHlllll'l. I. U. Vnndivier if ' ". sliiir"' '.. HV hands high, at Busilage is best put in cut. up, but if J all one put iu Whole it must W put iu Sayings. shall keep constantly on During the year 1S9J Owing to the fact that the show con- way and not fuhhou"u fashion, or it will stock of t Huston ville, the rot. The is to biro an engine hand a full aud complete way flicted with the one at Shelby City horse and jack show was ami have it out up, If this cm be done a reasonable expense. The kind of postponed "till Saturday next, Kith, at 2 at com lxst suited for ensilage is that e. m. Kverybody invited to come and which will do best in the pait of the bung horsea. country where the ilo is to be" built, aud ha.f J. M. Harlan bought Collins,an inter-es- t will attain a full development. Hoard' of Jack the fine jack, Joe iu Bulk, Junction City, for l,000. Board Dairyman. My stock of A Hussell bought Monday about .j()0 Plant trees 011 bare hillsides this lambs for Mav .' at Co and about .00 spring to make sliaoe uy anu,ny lor Uemocrat. for July at will also It. H. Crow' baa sold to T. I) Craig, vour live Htock. The trees htalhon, keep the land from bilking out brown in js larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers of of 1'arK Texas, his H. C. T record 2:27, lor ttWa Mr. August. After you plant the bushes prompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas Traynor, who gave H. O. l. lus marlf, protnet them till they get ao large lock J Dalton in charge. A. R. PENNY. says he promises to bo even faster than cannot nesmjr innia. Is-ga- I Five i' WANTED.from Stanford & Clcntlciiian Thousand c C -! - - ! , I an-- l . Mis-sonr- i, .,... -' JUST RECEIVED, ... '. 1 i CXOTHING, - Ti- I cr di-ea- id-- u , I ; 1 -'- 1 W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. i I I I A R PENNY DRUGGIST AND JEWELER 1 Iw-s- Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. HuH Toilet Articles Glass, Books, WATCHES, CLOCKS ! & JEWELRT & fV l! . .A' K i r r K f i r ! f f ... -wt Vkby little was done in the county Tim 16th anniversary of Hope Lodge, Semi-WeekInterior Journal ! iu No. 19, K. of Hv will occur Friday,April court yesterday. The. resignation of J. loth, 1602. There will be two initia- - G. Jenkins as constable was received. lie Fine link of toiletsoaps at A. A. War tions, addresses, At. The presence of has moved from the Highland district, BiAXFOKD, KV., APRIL 12. 1892 ren's ModclUrocery. every member isarnestlv desired. By iu which lie wbb elected, and that Is the reason he resigned. Liquor licenses Wa.ntvu. Jowls, shoulders, sides, order of the Lodge. A. A. Warren, were granted D. A. Twaddle and J. W. hams and country lard at II. K A W. II. The men buy a I Wearen's. H.T. Now,, Esq, a member of the Carrier each at lowland and J. Huseell good lawyer and a lino A Co., at Hustouville. MEANS IUSIHESS, Skkouf Oxfordn iu blacks, grays and Lancaster bar, a thiH issue On warrants sworn out by Hnylor whites. largest and best lints ever peen Rcntleman, is nnnounced in Wall I'WKitnnd paints nt W. 11. for circuit judge. He was here yester- Holtzclnw, (ieorge and Cal. Welch and A; Son. lieie. Severance day shaking hands with our people, up- Tandy digging are in jail to answer lor Enokavinu beautifully nnd nrtiatli-allfor sale privately uiy residence, on whom he created a most favorable robbing his store at Walnut Flat, the As well as the ladies? Hefore cither make their selections they should Oi'kek dono ut A. It. Penny's. Uuy Votir books ami school supplies of one of the most desirable locations in impieebiou. night of the big now storm in March, come and see some of the best and cheapest i;oods ever brought to all kinds irotit A. H. Penny. Stanford; price nnd terms reasonable. We can suit both young and old. Ladies who want a Tiic candidacy of Judge J. W. Hughes, report of which we gave at the time. Stanford. eedn, in II. Kkksii Lnndreth Harden h Wenren. He tracked the hoix' to their house of Mercer, for Commonwealth's attorpapers and in bulk, at W. l. .McKob-ei- ti List oi.n Loim.k, No. tK), will meet in ney, is announced in this issue. He is a next day and since then has caught them selling articles that they stole. popuHae vour wHteh, clock and jcwciry stated eominunicatinn Monday night, fine advocate aud a repaired "at A. U. lVnnys. AH work INth. A full attendaure it desired. lar gentleman, calculated to makefrieuds Their examine trial will occur warranted. Work in thtM. M. dnjjree. Geo. , Pen-n- wherever lie goes. He was hakin before Jud o Carson. Kkmkmiieh that nil silverware, watches, ior Kaster don't fail to come and see our stock. Or if you want hand with our people yesterday and W. M. Hup, Ac, lou.ht at A. K. 1'enuy h wil. Two heav frosts and freezes have charge. away jrutty well satistied with his went be engraved free of played havoc with the small fruit buds A i;iLi(iiir train ran down two hotses day's work. ami they an- killed, according to reports, belonging to Jan. on the railPERSONAL POINTS. Dn. CAiii'K.sTKiisaytj tli.it as a member from ;0 por cent, to all. Peaches fared road back of I. M. Itruce's lotf, near J. T. 11 ai.us Is out, after a severe pell Uowlatui and knocked them deader than of the board of health it is made his du- fully as badly and the prospect is very or Table Linens or Lace Curtains or Shoes don't fail to come to the t of fever. ty to present all cises of illegal prac- glocmy for any kinds of fruit. All mackerel. is ipiito ill of grand-ju- ry tice of medicine or ojitiiw to the Mt.S. A. HtTUiieoN vegetation has been nipped aud pneumonia. and that the other doctors were ful- the young leaves and plants look as if The is getting in his work . ISTIE-Mil. John Ki.usi up from Lawrence-burAdtitn Pence is the is- -t to sillier to the ly in accord with nnd riidy to back him they had had hot water poured on arto see his family. in nil the charges He says ho was ac- tlipiu. The wheat is not injured much In the Coffev House. This the only place to buy the new IRISH extent of 20 or more. The shot-guMm. Jknmk DrSN, of Monticello, gument is the most effective in these ra- tuated feoleh for the public good and however, aud we may have a full sup- POINT LACK. j pent Sunday with her parents. not through envy or jealousy as he gets ply of the substantiate if wo ate denied ses anil we leeornmend it. all the practice he can do. Mn. K. II. Staluti, of Louisville, Is the luxuries. Tiie V. A. M. Society of the College visiting his mother, Mrs. S. S. Myors. Kl'kU'M.vn. J. K. Pasjtnore of Cahave had new and pietly pins made. Thk Central Kentucky Medical AssoMit. Tim W. Hmoiss, of Louisville, is They are of gold and in the shape of a sey, has sworn out warrants in the ciation will meet iu Stanford on Wedvisitini lib nephew, Mr W. II. scioll, with tin- initials of the Society S. Court, under the kukiuic hw, for the nesday the Inst , at 10:.I0 o'clock a. arrest of Uev. J. N. Holling, Albert i. Difccufc-io- n Treatment of Typhoid went up to beautilully engraved on ihem. Mit. ani .Mm J.C. Havs Wells, Jeir Short, James Fogte, (Juince Fever, by Dr. II. C. Cartwright, Junction Saturday to visit her pal'aint Lick John II. Cimki iM Son, with ilrowning, Jones, Hill Hntter, John Ve.t, Henry City. Hepoitof Section on Obstetrici rent. Kin? A Co., New York, and Wanamnkcr Taylor, John Tilford, Clem Wheat and un(i Gyuechology Dr. Fayette Dunlflji, Miw.ua Li .IB ani Nannik Dunn, of A ilruwu, Philadelphia, oiler to the God by. alleges that they Danville. Address by the mesident-elecDanville, Hre guests of Mrs. H. S. Haugh trade 2..MX) foreign and domestic fabiics Kph went to his hotiv, near Libcity ami took Dr. Carpenter, of Stanford. Ifjou iinuifin men's clothing. Suits made to or- a keg of whi'ky Intm him and threatenhave a "voluntary" send its title at once Kanxfls City, der. , of Mm. Sai.i.ik ed to hang him. The gentlemen had to the secretary, Dr. Steele Bailey. EnIns been at Judge M. 0. Sautleys for tertainment at Green's Tavern J,by the Thk Centre College Imse isdl club reason to believe that Pafstnore was several days. the prohibition law and wanted to profession of Lincoln. LouisHon. V. l. KamsKv, of IaiihIoii, was can't play even a little bit. The And we can show as nice an assortment as the propk have teiielijiim a !eion. I here a few days attending to biislnesx in ville defeated it '.' to 1, giving it that 1 no leaves ami blosonis of the plants one for encouragement. After the the e'reuit court. H yoll are beginning to swell and oik-- and the WllKHK TO I0 THIS Sl'MMKK. went to tres learn how to play some, the IN Mb. John 1!uk. iit and wil contemplate taking a trip this summer bees are starting forth on their stiminor Jot'itNM.ri will do them up even Mnldlesboio Sumlay to ec Mim Luelln lcineinbn that the nut delightful jilace lalwr. Work in the apiary will lKgin iu Old beekeej)ers well know the Mri than they were done lnt week. ll'ight, wlio is ill. in America ix Old Point Comfort, Va. airiie-- t. itnpoitniico of eleaiiing tho hotifco the Mm. It. - Ks.i.icvjn lias returned Powell, On Tuesday, July ".Villi, the Chesapeake very Hist thing, and they will bo about Mr. C AxoTMKiisroiiK. roin .i visit to her daughter, Mrs. J. S. All Styles and Colors of noted in A Ohio Railway will run its annual ex- their work in .good season. Ten or fifwlne riMHOVHl to this place we Hundley, at Springfield. cursion from Lexington and the HIuo- - teen minutes' work will Minlce for this, ii"MJe. has Hegun the erection of our iHst Mil. V. I". SiiKiuitAN', chief train diswill and the dead Isjes, wax litter and other A trip to Old Point One- Uegion in the Miller extension, who ha been init sick, is a Moie-roopatcher, cost you less than to any otln-- place on accumulations should be swept out and neai John Mershon's blacksmith shop well enough to renune his duties. carried away. The movable bottoms stock of general account ol the extremely low rates made will show tin'ir convenience now, for and will open out Mn and Mit. L. C. Auoi:s and Mr. by the Hygeia Hotel and the railway it is ompletcd will lessen tho work considerably. Home-Spun- s. Mary S i'axton, of tre'iihuri!, are here, merchaitdiir as soon as company to parties taking advantage of this i. vim. ..I' ili.i vtmr i tint tiiim for Tim Presbytery, at en route to the this exclusion. Full .uticulars will be 1mStl ,..,. ...... .,, u,iu beekeomng to A iiki.m.ation from the grand jury adveitised shortly. Cha. L. Brown, G.i ...,. tli., linil;,. L. M. Ijifley im-Mesi-- . p. W.Carter, e ' Smiikui; J. JoiiNwiv and Mr. uar-encsido from lite cost of bees there is licv to P. A. this T. Iliniftiman, called at Owens, of Merrer, were up with J. little u.teiisu in starting an apiaiy in a members Not being able to Cim t n Cot'KT. making ask that the timnks of all the Good colonies can bo se Judge J. YV. Ilughji yesterday kiuall of the jury be tendered Deputy Sherill a jury in the Saunders case Friday, cured tor alsjut (!. The cost of tho friends for him. Sain W, Meiiefeefur the faithful and from the men summoned in this county, other things needful will he a smoker, Mit. A. M. 1'km k aud family leave toin winch he waited on Judge Morrow ordered the sherill to $!; bee veil, . cents; honoy extractor, 111., wheie they prompt tnaiiuer day for Tayloi-vlll- e. the bod , by executing its have U) from liarrard here by Si a. m. $10; uncapping knife. Sl.M; now hives j. will remain for cventl months. Mr. anil attending to its other oidei. We can Saturday. The case of Cicero Singleton for s arms. i each. All that is needed iVuoe shipped his hordes yesterday say this for the Jifry. It did its duly well was next willed and it wax tried, result- then is pluck and energy. Every farmer will make the oheuit with them. more bees wo that and thoroughly and fuund no indictments ing in a verdict of against him for should ieiiietnler will the distribution be the Mil. Koiit. I'. Wiiitk, of Middlesboio have the greater save tho?e it wss snlislied could be mis shooting F. S. Gooch. As he did not of the fructifying pollen, and the greater Pelt Line, is visiting his mother, .Mt.iined in court. have tie money to liquidate and could will tw the vield of all ulaiits. It is an UKALKK tN- ill. Williams. Mr. White Is just back get his board andS2 a day by serving it :.i..iI..inir .m.wtii.M fli.m In rmmifler. 'from a meeting of the railway agent- - at Thk boys who want to play silly .m start PJ.'i days w,Tiir,.t,i,y"tok;i,L;l Jacksonville, Fla , and reports . delight- pranks ought to try to get onto some- out in jail, he decided to do small npiarv this spring? JnniesStrahnu Mr. Owens For carrying conceal ful tune. thing Ircfih. The old idiocy, inaugurat- with in American Cultivator. Jk., of Stanford, ed by Adam's boys, of throwing goods ed weapons F. S (iooeli, the man shot, (km. T. Mt ItoiiKKis. DONE. AND was acquitted. and K. L. lirook. d Copper Creek, loxesout in the street, changing signs, SKW AUVJiRTIXKMKXTS The grand jui adjourned Friday with-"All work warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty . have lormed a partnership in the hiw tut ning buggies over and othei as stupid finding mote indictments than those Charlie McKoberts, of etloits, which was done under cover of out mill business. I will take old jold or silver in exchange for goodtS already noted, '( in number. The effort Munford, has luen in our midt Sunday night's darkness, is unworthy of Dr. J. S. Appleman, Dr. M. "L. to indict late iutpiuved carpet stretcher. the onth of this Aa and generation. It K Goldstein for unlaw-- , Signal. centuries, be. Bourne, and Dr. might have been funny in Hrodhead Cor. fill practice ol medicine aud optics ptov- - j fore Chriot, but it is too chestnutty now ed abottive and those gentlemen get a, CITY AND VICINITY. to provoke rrett a sickly mile. good advertisement without paying for, Tu k city council Hiteceeded in straight. it. We learn that witnesses testified Is-of .eiglrr hoe- just leeeiv N'kw The best Chilled Plow made. euing itself out Friday night, after fail-i- fore the jury that Appleman and others ed atS. II. shanks. Patent-Point- . No strain on point-bolt- ; made of Braced Mold-Boartn iln ho tlu niidit before. Col. W. had given them great relief after other putting up Jonks A Hi.wKENsnieare MoKintiey refused, doctors had failed, ami the jury was not O. Welch and A. A. the best material. a large shop baek of the depot. on account ol Unt much other business, inclined to be a party to keeping them meinbeis uwuv. Xkw line of carets, matting and oil- to ipialify aud the rest of the Out of the (to men summoned from Sevcloths received la't week. Severance A began to try lo till the vacancies. Garraid, the lest of the jury to try W. eral person- - were chosen, who deebned Son. murder of Judge Stagg, J. B. McKinney, J. II. McAli.ster, 1). to serve, but at the earnest solicitation T. Saunders, for the Hargain by 11 a. m. SaturWm. Beck, Chas. Dawes, Jeff Hill, Bowen Givens, I'rank Hayden, Vr. J. K. VauAisdale Kgbeit, was secured Takk your eggs to the Cash of tho cin.eiis, Mollis Carrier, John Cash, K. II. Jones, Jas. Bibb, A. C. Cowan, II. get 1:1 cents for them. II. K. and .Mr. John S. Hughes accepted the day, and the trial began after noon. The Sion-anMcKiuney, C. Drye, Bowen Cover, Geo. Benedict, etc. For sale by Junes A Co. trust and were swotti in, the board bing jurors are as follows: J. J. Pep-now completed, with them and Messrs Milfordllall, J. II. Wheeler, J. 0. Ww.Cooi.vr was not indicted for the 1). Under-ccr HikIivsI ol A Cti'Jin of larttr 110 mz I' W. Vandeveer, Dt J F. IVxton, I. pies, Itcubeti Naylor, James I nl'i Slate .ill in tt.ivcninc sit. . tli bbooting ol Warren Atherton, who failLi. Hocker and J. W. wo'id. M. K. Mason, U. W. Myers, Mick (io irnint ill M. ltrttce, l'r. S. Itep.tt. ed to appear against hlin. K 1IAKINO TOW 1H K CO, Ki Haydeti, making, we think a capital Pel kii.s, J. C. Ilryant, Oeoige Lawson all hlrHt, New ork. iik 15. V. Jennings. The llrst four are and Tut How land and lnrbiii base ball board, and one which will try to do its from this count) and the others from i ,a i,,iv.. ukMiml contracts to play a duty to all parts of town alike. The llrst im T. ""i"' " of a Oart.ird. The piusectttion is assisted by game of liall forfl(X) a side m July 1st thing iu order was the selection Hgain confer-le- d K. C. Wairen and W. 15. Hansford,' U.i Cindl.Utr ti rtit. u Judc' Ol thi ijtli mayor ami that honor was ot inr parti tu ll.iMiller nnd on Mr. Vandeveer, who lilts (he po while Messis. W. O. llradley, Fihhini. Tu ki.k. ror tlionehl joinieu Itothwell and F. K' Mort rods, reels, basa lines, tloatc, minnow sition most acceptably, lieoige L. Pen O.vsley, J. W. IIL'GHES and minnow buckets, go to W. 15. ny was elected clerk, P. M. Mcliobeils, llobbitt represent the accused. wineAltorm-In Mrs A. M Kgbeit. Mrs. W. M. Hig- - Ik u C.imliil.Ur lur Comiiixnnt-aith'Ksip, attorney and A. A. McKiuney McltoteitH. tlii.llii' i, Hi Jmlirial Ui.trp t, .nt'ioct lo In bulk and package. gins and Mrs. W. T. .Mephenson sit with ol tin- Drill. nri The meeting then adjourned did not exactly ad- treasurer. JiMKiK Mohiiow the prosecuMon all the time. Mr. W. to the night of the Kith. Sets; Seed join n court yertterday to see the horso C. Kgbert, sou of the murdeied man, is Goods, .Hoes, Stock of Hhow, but he was a little slow in calling Cuaii OiiiHAHD SeiUM.a are now the also present. Mrs. Saunders is not hero subject of a good deal of newspaper no- but a number of other ladies sit on that I can Mipi'l' it" fmnilie ot Stanford ami ucin-tt- y it to outer. r ioo pound: willi home intuit' ke nt iniilv tice. The New York Herald says: Alas side. Mr. Saunders is iu a much hetter See ouc guaranteed solid steel Hoe le.s iIikii tint amount at one cent per pound, and Grub and Sprouting Hoes, &c. We have juut opened tho finest line of for the iconoclastic touch of time' Crab physical condition than hefore and his manufactured Ice at 7 ent pr mo pounds or ' for 25c. Most anything you want in Shelf Hardware. ten iltdivcred vwty i.arasolH ever brought to the city, and Orchard Springs, in Kentucky, for til) appearance does not create the sympa- cent for iinallTiitaiiliMM. I cull moriilni? attention to Hie Jnlin Erc- - Large stock ol Buggy, Wagon, Stock and Riding Whips, bought dihave added immensely to our Irish point years the most famous of Southern wa thy that it did when he last stood trial mer Itrewim; C ' CVlebr.itfd I., for or wlncli aui agent. Will furnUh in cithi-- kf rect from factory. laces. The newest trimming out. J. fc. , W rite for prices. the favotite resort not only for his life. liottle K IIKr.MKK, Stauford, K)Hughes. beauty, am) chivalry, but of it took until 10.:0 yesteiday for the ,lf Hoard of Initialization reduced of the wealth and fashion of the South, prosecution to linish iu chief, w lieu Mr. Dcuralle Karm of io Thk UK fioin 1. lAcimon Miller. I70J county's assessment fioin au has been sold to a syndicate to be con- Saunders was put upon the stand ami piVf, 4 iiiili-- llhiNStanl'onl. W. H.Crub Orchard .GO TO. Garrard of gold sanitaridetailed the occtit rente about as he did of 4 on land to 2 per cent, verted into increase and lots remain as "befoie, tlxed at a ie- um. In the halcyon days before the war before and which with the other te.sta EGGS I percent. Crab Orchard rivaled Saratoga as it sur- niony we published at the time. ductionof rrom passed White Sulphur in the throng of The testimony was all in by l::'.0 yes- Cochins lite lolloulnc mridanl :metlcs While MitchelUstrainJ; White i'lj'inotli Kocks .p.... ....ml keener iu the Kast Kud of fashionables that gatheied there every terday evening aud the instructions giv- 'Hawkins .train. White l.fKhorni (Knapps d dogs ... liye . Kowl mp.tralily yarded; etu warraHt-eLouisville has ftlled l,ir. season. Year after year, before the cal- en to'the jury. Court was to hold at traln pule. Trice Si per i'tlint;of i,;. keeper nere count gei A nond ...n..ti.B W. M. Slll'li KS, l.uncatei, Ky. amity of war had turned opulence into night and listen to the arguments. Kight "Model (irocery" for :i, .Iv.t until v in h month amn penury, the rich planter of the fair South speeches w ill be made and the ea'je will never be missed. came with their retinues of slaves, aud not get to the jury befoie noon to day. ' they would Prosecuting Attorneys Win. Hermlou iuuiiliy of the aud- girls who went there as children returnIn response to the LegisU-tur- e ed as lrelles andjatcr as matrons, so that ami J. U. Paxton say tho caso for the n the My store at Kortland" ivas brnkiti into itor, who was called on by the considerably niht nf the'.toth and gwid W the amount ul 450 number of crimiual there arose a recognized aristocracy Commonwealth has been to state the tu:ooto!en, 'Ucli nrlothlllK halB, hoe, pocket among the guests. The rebellion chang strengthened this time, but the consen- knlCes.raaoiiiand iewelry. mil give a rewanl prosecutions filed iu Kentucky in 1801, attor-ney- s of and cniolction and return of 15 felony ed an mat, nut ot late years the spnngs-- sus of opinion exptcssed by the jihU Tool" were found in th house cnulrtlng Mr. J. P. Bailey, clerk, reports have had a renaissauce, as it were, and for the defeuse is thai it is about of.inc ratchet brate, two bit, 't each, mu firmer Seeds and 'M misdemeanors for Lincoln county. cliUfl, one inch, and on firmer chisel, ' inclu th- now, at last, they have come to the b:ie the same casoiw uwde 0l,t hefore, possi- The tool ll old ec-punu. much less uumuer tuuu hhj , , ISAAC li AMI I.IOX. uses of curing drunkards. bly better for their client. keo street potatoes at Karris & Har- - ly He-port- WHY NOT ,"j -i K.o.wa.lton, bus. Manager NEW : SPRING : SUIT NICE SPRING DRESS j 1 whole-soule- d, to-da- y -- m m - Laces, Embroideri&s, Hosiery, Gloves, Towels, W -- for-wan- hen-robbe- r y CASH STORE, J. n 1 m S. HUGHES. Hig-glH- I. el - m m SPRING CLOTHING ! IS i Pas-mo- ie t, - Mn-ttK- OUR STOCK COMPLETE vio-ati- u Ever Seen in Stanford. - - r Cassimeres, Worsteds and Please Examine and Price Them. W . Itieh-iiK-n- d. l i,,. se-cu- ie subpo-nasan- M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. -- ROBT. FENZEL REPAIRING NEATLY PROMPTLY WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY 1 I intto-iluri- ua R0YAL -- The Vulcan Chilled Plow, d, -' -- '.tl ni Ifdl ! Has Latest TntprouemeiUs. Satisfaction guaranteed, Rkim-ukxcivS- POWDER Absolutely Pure I . I u J. '& j J 1 j II. NOEL "WE ARE RIGHT IN IT" I Dis-ttic- l. miIiji-c- i - n j - .JOHN - i' J G AMDS2N SB33B3BS j ICE ANT BEER. mh-Uj- Northern Potatoes, Onion Brand New Rakes, Spading Steel Forks, Shovels, Picks, Mattocks, I I , ' 1 teiiug-places- i - Hlue-gra- ss 3oK22T2TX? I s e FOR HATCHING. . JL M WARRE Onion Sets, srr 500 REWARD. I N. Y. Seed Potatoes, Red and White in Bulk Landreth's and Ferry's Garden and Packages; also Hoes arid Bakes.' 1 j ijoofi-rthearies- t - ai-- t . think, Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal A S.T Published Every Tuesday and Friday $U PKH YKAU I IV -arVDVa-VaVCK- . si XVheu not to paid K. 32. 50 will be tharged.-'S- 0. LOCAL TIME CARS. 7.00 a. m., Train naves Rowland at at 5:10 p. m, L. returning & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. u f e S 0. do-- Transient Custom vdicltetl Messenger etud of B. F. I'owell, hail a cian, Manlnrn. Ky. iy J W CsRIilKK. Prop One of the largest and finest displays full share of admirers. Buciclln'8 Arnica Salvo. Trains pass J unctUn City as follows The other horses shown were Mesof horses ever seen in Stanford ocamed The best sah e in the world tor cuts, brutes HOTEL AND SALOON No 11 40 No. at 11 jia ores, uliers, salt rheum, feier sores, tetter, chapuia Hound Bros, it Hub- ped Xo in No ,, foci, arrives at here yesterday and was witnessed bv a senger, owned by Eubanks hands, chilblains, corn aid all skin crup 37P AT HOW WD no- n. m psy requirtions and tremendous crowd, which included ma- ble; Brilliant, by W. T. Currey, J. Hue, ed. It is positively cute pile, or no satisfactioc, North Bound Xo S leaves at 310 a tn Xo guaranteed to mi perlect locil 5.10a in j X) ', 91 p iu , and ny ladies. Then- was no accident and by Tom Yeager; Chancey Denmark, by or money- relunded I'rico aj cents per bo. 3 4 P. m. everything passed ofl'in the most ple.it-n- Luther Underwood; I'erchin, by Bice Kor sale by A K. Pennr, Suntoed, Ky. I offer for sale privately my frame II tel and Benge. and Adot, by Harry Del'auw. manner. Saloon at Rowland, which are now renting Ht Sn$ Good Look. month The splendidly bred Doreey Golddut tlcwd looks ate more than skin deep.depending It tier business, It is centrally located and a fine pointOur reporter used extra ell'orta to jiet being at a terminal roiul on a disislor upon a healthy condition of all the tital organs. It has good well, stable coal names of hot sea and exhibitors and if he lo,0.VJ attracted much attention and if the liver be inactive jou base a bilious look, il lull of the I .mMtmWmmfLWmWkM vour stomach b discrdervd ou hasc iljspcpuc house and other necessary outbutlJinri. AJdim missed any it was unintentional. There his owner, Mr F. Beid, was ever proud look and if your kidne be affected aou base a heartburn, MRs MAR C H URII.L, suaford pinched look Secure your health and you will were about 50 horses showu, as follows, of him he certainly was yesterday. sick Is the great Steele have good looks. Klectm Hitters thec siul or A beautiful pair indeed are J. the pedigrees of most of which w ill appear and tonic, aits directly on of and all Cures Carpenter's Wallace Denumrk and son, gans completion Soldblotrnes, K ooii. antiiiisesa in Friday's papen Penny's dn-good at A Dealer in Ocneral Merchandise, liver, George Dictator VSii', son of the great Lexel. No finer saddle horses can be store, jo tents per bottle Lumber and Shingles. Dictator, sire of Jay Eye See, I'hallas, found and Mr. Carpenter is doin- a hi:. and bowels, Guaranteed Cure for La Grlppo. floods sold for cash only It me p'ejinrc mm ' a a as many omer last ones, maue business with Ihem. adsertiteililriicgisttoseU you U state to the public in general gises I am doiug ami We authorize our a. A tint Dr. Kiiik's New Dicoviry for Consumption, nicely under the Cash S)tem and that the people Capt. T. A. Elkin'atwo horses, Aithnr S Uctincirt!G j a fine impression and Mr. M. S. Baugh- If )ou arc rapidly catching on to the tact that it is the Coughs and (.old., upon this condition l man oookeu a number of maies for his Sims and Wyandotte, were exhibited are jfiltctid with La f.nppeand will iiscthit rem better sjstem, both Inr the buyer and srller. I hey are edy according tn directions, gistng It a fair trial also know that ell aend fur about A third less service. His saddle stallion and Nor and were very favoiably spoken of. See audexpennce no jou in) return the but than mv competitors w ho do credit business Ite m ike TsjBBfV MX tleandh.tse -- our money relunded Weof Dr member that keep constantly on hand a splenman html, Braumont, also won much their pedigrees in Friday's issue this otfer bscauie of thi.wondcrful sucvess did assortment of Dry Goods, tltoi cries, Cloth ' S. T. Harris did not show bis Onward King's New Dlsioiery during last seHon' favor for themselves. Hoots, Shoes, Hats and the like Call In and i ing, and most popular hu-.1.1 ..s heard it .. A.. .1..1.. .1.111 ,.J aiuwM, i.i..i. l K. P. Faulcouer had his string comMessenger and for some reason J. M. I'ry it Have bottle of ngiav inK w Pennj faileu. .... ....... .huh ..Hl.l'lcill.lll.1 .IIIIU.I Ky ' drug free at A ritl if. ION Rowland, J II medicine for JHH be here with bis store Laigc sue soc and Si posed of lecturer, Silver Chimes ami Carter, Jr., failed to family Nailer on exhibition. They are all fine Wediewooil 4!ft. NOTICK rt I UK rorwir lie edur ot the llurliiigtun Jun. lion. Mo., Ptt has ben subject to cramp colli or htsof highly bred horses. His I.ectiner, by J. Dealer" in fur bouts and him C'luis Both, the man who hanged Indlgi stion, which prottnt'.-PUBLIC. Orders for Cattle, Ihcabotc and Hoga Electioneer, was the subject of much unlilted luni for buxiliess, for two or three da Sheep Mr. Surratt for alleged conspiiacy in Kor the runt sear he ha'fbeen ulng Lowell, favorable comment. Solicited Stotk faille and Sheep a up. islts Celic. Cholera and Dlarrhita llemcdy whetieier gone sudden- occasion rioirid and it ha invarub y gisen him Lincoln Slot k Farm, .1. I Crow pro the murder of Lincoln, has I han rpi.v-- d jn connevtM n with it i Haiti, the Persons basing any of the a'Kite dc nlud for aaleiir wishing iu pun base same, will wr ly crazy. Ho ha been for 20 years been prompt reliel j. and in cent boub-- fsrialeby GO TO prietor, was represented by Belmont lecallMiiir address me An esperlrme 4iu III. M I Boutne, Dnugi.t and Optician, lifteeti ageut bet ween Grand B.ipids, Mich., Seats III It, ,i tmiu- - ba. I.. . n f profit to ie and mail K) Chief .4589. son of Belmont dl, ami I think I .aumalre It profitable Hi both to Ike buyer and viler O addons Stsnftwd, Ki. Arttic son of the kingly Sultan. His and Jackson and made the latter place km Omci it the M).r. Mouh bis headquarteis. The other night he A To have your photographs made You will find private stallion, Sumac, by Sultan, was failed to tin ow oil' the mail and an inthat he will always treat you right and she you not exhibited. First-Clas- N Belmont Chief has . G .sa bans Remember he makes picture of all satisfaction I4lvery2Stnble, John II Last.ein,,, gave her CaxtorU. When lUbr J different sires, even from the smallest photo, proven a cre.it sire and a number of hi.s vestigation found bint 111 the car the crayon, water And offer th servicrs of It to the publir graphs up to a life site portrait llrand bags, staring wildly at When alio was a Child, he cried for Castotia. by the new i chicles and fresh lioolrJ h re. u,sc in) will more than likely be put colora ami pattells. If you hue a picture you Miss, alia clun to Castoria, vacancy. stable ipmparr with When khe wint enlarged, it ill py you 10 see him belore away down in the list thi.s year. contracting with any one to have it made, as he is As telegraph service is restored in When h9 bid ClilHren. h 6re ttetu Castorta. Tho Bost in give located here and will always be here to Country. has never made a sen-o- n here, v A J EAKP, Stanford, Kv Glie me a ssll. but has some fast ones to his credit in the flooded districts of the South, it Is P W GRKrN. Prowiulor learned that greater lo?- - has been sufuK .sianager i. Falls Branch Jellico Coal, Co, California thought. Twenty D. M. Bowman, Jr , of Meioer, fered than at first subject to io or u tiumbfr of s.em base Miners an shippers of the dKNlMNE persons are now known to have been brought up his flue Guardsman, full but attacks ot tnrlamnistory iheiiniatisin, which drowned at Columbus Miss., and iVOO gemrnll) lasted abut twe months. On the hot brother to (Quartermaster by A ley month va uiti.lrd in the knee and refugees are in that toun bomelesi and of thi severely Ifor two ne, and .Mambrino Clurk, by Mainhri-nda, svhen procuteil a Trv it We are tin sole agents for tauford and . Twenty-fiv- e penuilt-ssfamilies of ne- Ixjttleof Chamberlain's Pain I'alin ami it reliesec Rowland O1I1 e or.ier ot Depot street and ntl-- rj Dudley. Both horses were the subtherefore most cheerfully almost intnntl SIANrOltD, K id crossing. and it is ine it t those who are stmilarl) aliliclid jects of much complimentary mention groes aie among the HIGGINS AJWATTS 6 N D. Wbitley, MartiiutaW. where M N (.KKS, perished. The ctery iSS Mi K Whitlc) I. a sery prominent man. Feb. and Mr. Bowman returned to his home believed that all have sets widely is enor- In this place and his dieae property Iocs in bridges, c, Commerce Building, Louisville. much pleaded with his day's wotk. l known. a he sutlered such sesere piin.- 3 Houston .V Co , merchant, Martindale, N C. Hits Hotel, renovated and reii.rnisheJ. is now J. II. l'epples", Jr., showed Set earner, mous. Agvats krohut the South bcltles for ale bs Dr M L. Itournr. Druglt imd in my charge snd ititriid ti condu t it so as to I)ejlr In Optician Stanfold Ky Jr., his fine saddler. He is a well bred not only maintain its huh reputation, but to add A. S. to Us long list o! friendi Special a lommoda-tio.Foreign and Domestic Fruits, horse and moves like a top. for HHtLV SURGKO.V DKNTIST. Alton Miles' Kervo and Llvera Pill liter, thedisplo)lommcrcul travelers and nae rooms for W. A. TRIBBLE, Local Ayoat, ofssmple.. .xici reary, 1. if. xvaiicer owner, as n a new principle -- regulating the Confectioairlei.Ac. Otbce on Main street, over W. McKoberts MANFOIID KY A new stor.iicb and Uiwel. through the nerses saddler was much complimented. A Drug Store, Stanford. Mai with him a first class baler .lint can furnish discoiers. Dr Mile' Pills speedily cure bilious Breeze Wilkes, the line l'etosky stalS7 nrs bad taste, torpid liver, piles, iotitipation. Aid llll.LIAKDand POOL ROOMS attached. read. Cakes and the lie on short notice. iualleil Unriual:d for uieii, women, children lion owutd by Mr. Charles Dunn, wet, JOSKPII COI LY mildest, irest R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. at A R I'euny s rifty doe ij cents Sample NATIONAL BANK greatly admired. His dam is the dam SALE. LAND "LOCUS GROVr' of Maud Messenger 2:10, and he is f)I SI sSHIRD. K l' DENTIST. Acres ot Sp'endid Iind, situated a'4 si fa- -t mover. Is mown: to tha lliggins office, Lancaster street. mile.1 from Stanford, on Shelby City turnpike, DR. W. Mclioberta. the 101 hands bay stallion Nitrous Oxide Gas Risen for painless estracting. Apply ito me t adjoining Mrs. K. II. June Capital Stock STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FOR SAI.K of George K. A'lord, attracted his share HUGH KKII. 101 Stanh.rd, Ky. of attention and Mr. Alford trot the 18,500 'the finest rarm and richest soil in I m Iu in , Surplus I Laud, situa- South side Main street, in otbce recently comprising $o acres ol lllue .ra promise of some mares which L1CCIE BEAZLEY, MISS let) witnin two milts nl Mamoril, the couiilt seat vacated by Dr. L F II urTnian, Stanford, Ky. Atteution pf the pubh. i. insiled to the fac ofUncoln IronledbylheShelby City turnpike will gix-- him a test a a breeder. and accessible to the Stanford anil Dansille tutu- - 5h'.,hl ' ,h'" u",r s",n"' ,ilnk In ManforJ E. ". Woods' splendid lookiug Kagle provision. l the National Hank Act pile. This is one of Ibe best Slock Fatms in the Under the are secuted not ouly by Ihe capital Corner Main Mid Depot Streets, region and is in a high state of cultt depositors of the great Kini: Kagle, was Kird, son the st.Kkholdets liability lor Abundance lor all purtoie. M. CRAIG, sation fertile and is of water for Ihe growing of ,uck' but bv to the .lock, so that depositors an DR. -In the cors.ar.ite limits o Koatand. Kentucky. shown by Uoy JJe.tzley. amount equal ol Stanford. Soil Is suitable He moves Institution are secured by a fund of Soo,ow heir p. tobacco, corn and wheat Ihe laud Is v. ,.!jl II I DARST. Rowland. S6 Homeopathic PhyBlcIan, M,fe w1om slateinenla cif tbeconditieii of the bank Has just returned from the cities, where she likv a top and Iihs already proven himlocated su that It tan be disided and two fine t made each srano tho I uited Stales luuijht an elegant stock of Spun Goods, which he improvements are a large and Farms made S1ANF0RD, KEXTUCKi. sue L justly prowl to show She 'unite all Ui self a fine breeder. dwelling, a convenient stock barn. t"'-- t and It. axels are esamined at stated times ladies to e them, whether they buy or nnl No "; government agrnts, thus securing addititona ,Xc , the t ol fruit of all kinds, tic The tine black Cnstellor stallion, Ed torinlur a i.; to 3 p. in., Ito mat Ui. apply to Othce Hours 10 to nd perfect safel, to deposiiot. trouble to show K'ods. L II JONKS. Stanfiinl Barlow 'J'.7o, property of C. M. Spot' This itiitittitinn, originally e.tablished as the ,? m on l.atiesstrr streetlopp4sitecoiut-hiue- . " J D JONHS Omee I Deposit Hank of Slanlord In .' Pinevilkthen O V RII.F. more, won additional laurels and that . ieo i the National Hank I l Stanford iu taoj and sgam re organledas tinirst National Hank ol gentleman will, beyond doubt, make Staiilurd In iSat. has had ptactually an timnler- F! RE AND STORM HVT'aiW bis; season with him. riiptrd etlitrnceof year It is better supplied sow with laillitirs Inr transai ling busiue.. prompt The handsome. Saddler, Adouit?, was ly and liberally than ever belore in its long and 3 A loiints REAL corporations, fidu AGENT honorable rjtrrr individual, of respectfully toileexhibited by his owner, F. F. Sandidgc. 1 h.it Representing .urirs, linns and He is a daisy sure enough and there are ted Ky. '1 he Direr lory id this Hank is nnipmed ol D. Harttord, of Hartford, Conn., those w ho agree w ith Mr. S., that he is I' J Kostcr, ol Stanford; have ;.itc a nuuibcr of tr VRMS lor sal, Manchester, of Manchester, Eng . the finest saddle stallion in Auieiica. il.r & Farestus Kesd, Lincoln county , I. in. Inn Lincoln county Keep, the nuot i' e bcit and largest saileiv of scry best II Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, Ifea.ley Bios, it Havs as usual reeeiv- 'I'hesc are all well improved and J W, Ha) den, Slaufatd; rich lands, running in sire from 50 to 500 Aire. Ins. Co. of North America, " ed showeis of compliments on their tie- S II ttaagliman, Lincoln Fancy Goods, Fruits, Considering theiv locality, Iheir richncsa and tcr M.J Mille-- , Ml Vernon; turnpikes jnd railantly hied Silver Tip. Asa parker he Candies Nuts, Cigars tilily of soil, the convenience cf lo our dour, they All ofwhich are fmt uiass Conitiauiev I would roads that bring market, tight S T. Harris. Lincoln, I'ol. is perfection itself lie pleated to wait mi Irienils in this line. and no fault can bo of any other ivunty arc cheaper than the: ' ikics nronintlr issued. Will insure nzainst lorna- Ai.d ol ar n in the it) J.,S lloeker Stanfard; Thrtc-i, uiged against him as a saddler in auv of a Farm in Ihecmin the State sramlt s, wind storms ani HziitniiiR Lightning Uns-G A Lackey, Liucssln tv over miles from a deist cs iitacrieu vrniotiii auuniuii.ii ,.ii,.ic 'Ihe iouiiI) is checked with turnpikes runntug 'I P the traits. QUEEN & CRESCENT.flOUTE. - .650 en ....,s up tn South.. The tatter trains also carry passengers. The abort it calculated on standard time. Solar time is about 20 minutes faster. Kilt train joins North " " " South Eepress train " South North I.Jcal Freight North ti la pm 134pm 1 ... ..attain 13 n m ' preparins him for the show and had him It will be of intercstto those cnnteotnlttinc set in fine trim. ttinp in the Northwest, to ktinwthnt the choices- Grawl Display or Equine Beauty and S. Baugbman, of Boyle, showed farming and tiro her lands In tsconsln are tnbut J. tarj to the Wisconsin Central Lines. Settler on Blood. Bed Fox, a tine son of Young Jackson, these linei havo all the advantages of healthful climate, eood market facilities, abundance of fuel by Stonewall Jackson. He moves well and bmluing oiatrml, pure ainl sparkling diink-iiiwater and other importani benefits which can for a young horse and Mr. BauKumau not beenjosed on the prairies et the West No In this eountv dronithts, no eye. one. 110 graashoppcr plague and will do some business no lever ami n?ue. row is me time 10 select with him. choice land Hi low prices. Wisconsin is considerF. B. Kenuedy's Bed Fugle, by Bed ed one of the most prosperous States in the Union. Located ditccth nn the Wisconsin Central Lines Squirrel, is a horse of spleudid build in this State nte the thriving elites of Uurhncton, Waukesha. Kocddul.se OshVesh. Neenah. Me- and handles himself perfectly. nasha.Waunaca. Stes ens Point. Marshticld. Chin- ofipe Kails, K.iu Claire, New Hichoiond and lord Clifton, the blue tie saddler .sniana, G. A. Lackey, is in fine trim audshoued KortiCKets, time tables, man and lull infurmi S. l'A l V . t. P. A.. tion, apply to ofl in tine shape. Or to ChttanePf'iTenn JAS C POND, (i P. til' A , Chicigo, III The young etallion .Itso Wilkes, to A. T. Traylor. was not iu the promptness and ceitainty of Its cures hair It made Chamberlain's good shape, but showed himself to is intended csprdnlly Coush Kemeds famous. and veiy for couhs, colds, cioup whoopim; cotigh una is the moil eft.ttual reairdv b a very good mover. known for these i and jo cent bottle English Huuter, the tiue Abdullah atid Opti HORSE SHOW. Land-Seekers. j I ? fa a Candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney, sub jecttothe acticnof the Democratic party, hi say t wllldetiter Ice every teoralng tn Stanford and Judicial Dutnct to which Lincoln county may If per pound or sutv cents per tsslgned Rowland at one hundred All accounts due last of each week t I! J. S. OWSLEY, JR., ti.ir JAME-SPBUS- Stanford, Ky For Sale A Distillery, Post-ofluio-i- CASH Highest cash market price for I paid For making either brandy or hiskv Tubt, stills and Worms good as new. I. I. HtKKlMr, lite e miles west ot Lancaster, on l.sxltigton pike. Marksbury, Ky, 1 THE SRELTOH HOUSE. ROWLAND. This K Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, sic, at M. F. Ji ivr It. ii, e has been refilled througho it, has ELKIN & CO., KY s for sale by Dr .M.I. Itournr, Druggist A LIVERY ATTACHED. S1AMOKD I i - - nt I ror Bilious Attacks headache, disorders the stomach, m . I J. H. HHiTOlT, - My6r ' rlllS the safest, surest, j 1 I ic 1 1 Or, use. C. Ayer & Co. Mass. 1 WII.JLIAI NOKEUND, .i-i- TRAVELING . s Man-ler- 3ABF, ARTIST, 111 Sul-marc- MYERS HOUSE, the slck.-w- Sul-mar- satis-ficti- ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. oi-t- Insurance Company, I I I Original Jellico Coal. U:'--M, THE GOFFEY HOUSE o I 1 mi-si- ng BAMJEK&CASTLEMAN C 33 v. JOSEPH COFFE V,Pro'r. I ii PRICE, 11 I FirstClass!Saloon I t I jT-- I FOR FIRST him-Hel- Stxtv-liv- e K PENNY, STOCK FAP.M j well-bre- d e Milliner and Dress Maker ---- For Sal Twenty Iluildiug)!0" Dentist. $200,000 I I JOHN laiUf-Ura- i I us -- S7-i- 1 1 J. II. BAIGH3IAN, .y''r - 1 i tj. INSURANCE AGENT, a- -H DOIT'T TOV KNOW JESSE WEAKEN Hni ", ESTATE Stanford, ss - 11 - ! W or - Mb I i I V ' 1111 I " 111 s ! OiTice at First National Hank, Stanford. w. o. gheeithtg, , Little I such a good 111 1- thf horse that proved breeder when M. S. U.iugh- I 111 I DCWT FORGET That he ilso eeps the ctieape.t strsi k ol ) HUSTONVILLE, KY I Dealer in Groceries, Hardware, (la$swaru, Cutlery, tabic and pocket, Harnessand Conlectiuneries Also handles Aloline Plows. Chilled and Slirl ( u'- nv.itor.. Double Shovels. Corn I'laiitrt Iliickese Mouirs and Hinders (its e him a trial ; I872. Immense: stock of Fruit and I892. I Orchard, Lawn, Garden. reea, small Fruits, Shrubs, Miiev and Pluuts. Prices low. Wo hue no Jents and our profits cease ' where theirs bein General and Straw berry Cau- tn lrunel 011 aunlication ,...... .. . i." ... .M 1.1 r K, t.esington, rvy Jl. 1. 11 1. 1 1.1-.- POSTED. f This tiatlce forewarns huiiterr, fisheruisn und Other lo trespass 00 our lands without per mls.ion, as all siuh will be preset. t to the fullest extent of'lhe law Sinned C. M.hl'OONA.MOORK nl lU-c- fe 't s$ J. K. BRUCh. IHO.MASC. HALL. Sl'RKMillAILbYj. A. M. KKLAND IS. W crAINKS. JAMI-SGIVKN- , , I. S ANTON KONXCKER CLARK REYNOLD PHILLIPS. THE F. RILEY B. HOUSE. London, BILEY.Proprletor, - - - Kentucky. man stood him here, wasshoun by I. M. l I .'.... it. 1... IIH.S ..!. Ul UllillU umi una year. s.1 hor-- e He i a and owners of should look him over before they breed. The model saddle stallion of M. M. Saudidge, (Silt Kdge, by Second Jewel, -? prowd as that he is a great horse in his line. Matt Snndidge showed bin ntul it is needli'M to say that it was well . S done. Star the 'ixiutiful dark liy & H.iddle horsr belonging to Mr. J. K. Baughmau, was one of the mot popu-U- i horses here. His movement is perfect stud lit is as pretty as a picture. A. W. Smith, of ISoyle, exhibited Quinine S., and (iranvilli Smith. The ' &Q-- 1 V", former is a full brother to Ueneva S 2:191 and MnttlV II. :.;, Mambrino .Startle, tlambonito and Gen. JJoyle, pioperty of Win. Jftiu iV: Son, made n nice btiingand were highOn' account of 'the ly complimeoted. 1) hard timesAhe firstn timed horse will rr-L-nl nuke tho present season at $.")(!. a very row price for such a line breeder. The combined ata'lion, Lexington llavinir removed my U.trber Snop to the .., 1. It, .........l-n, ,. I.,,.-.-. l,n...s. in III 'I'- I'Clllilill liuiliu in Xl.ivtltr n inercial ilulel, I am owner i3 I.S. To VW, WHS a pic- frs ArPrssnrr,ndar ture ol beauty, lie 'is u handsome as well as Gentlemen, blood b.iv and liiiudkM himself with tb IS 1111 well-bred . ' I Staple Groeerlcs, And Provisions, cget..hle, ol goo-I- v good-mare- s etc .lor i4c and that lie e bnugea all kinds for lia-- ' n, Kit !, Putter, hggs, Pol.itic, hi h be pas the .- ial O 2 5 : ST (r.iiiN delis ered inysslu're in the city and bis trip made to Rnsvland nigncai muiaui rnuua. it y ! ASSICITEE'S SAILS u REAL ESTAI.E. As A'-ignthe Len'-f.- ' of ilie crediton of I Mai Pliiliji- - I .ildr nlr ptivaleli a 1 r nt f I usd in Line 'In coiinls lr Containing 315 Acres. Farm is wed improseil and well wati red c i iouinioiln.il, .mil well l.ii It. lie ing susceptible uf an divlMon 1 would ell in parcels, one panel cuiitaining iy .h rtc, mi which tin dwelling hu- - l itunte. and tli.'ntlii r In, acrei, on svhich the impnneiiients are nui j;ied I alsu uifci lir aletli 'Ibe ilwelhiiirb 'I hi Brick House and Lot in Lancaster Now ncmpied by 11 1 L. Mi Ri.lier e a nnd ilui.' liiri- - Two Vacant Lots in Same Block, Com t)u wblib the I1..1W. weu ricenllr burned Jw id the vacaut lot. given iminediutel) uii compliance witii terms nf ale I lie bmie Is ietn-e- d fur ibis )ejr, but the piiubeer will be eiuitl.sl to the lent Hum tune of pun In-.n of lite Lincoln County Furni will lal id September next, Tinn cadi; the renniiider l installmeiits i.f r, nnd 11 monllis, bismng T interest mid lf M. C.'SAUFLK. Also about 50 bar rids f CORN, two Micks of , SHOA1 S br ale prlvmrl, HAY and --. l'v-eslllOne-third lni-.tia- 11 lllf-J- . J I have moved to my new Hotel and ni better prepared than ever to accommodate the public Good Lis cry attached and every ronvenieuce di tired. Uisc me a can. 77 rni'M nf 11 Kills,. ' they I" an)ttnnK .., FRANK RILEY. r.ncsson, Jr., 1:0119111 to Maud fc'., rec ived his sharo of couiplimeuts. Mr. K S. Powell has spared no time in 't..J, . wish in my line, (iilnuriiM. Clt 1 Ji:SSE THOMPSON, In;Commerclal Hot' There not a public rad en inevcry dinction seat that is not Maiadamitctl leriug Wr have the Knusville liralich ol the I. A N It K, dividing the lounty frimi Kusl lo Weil and Ihe s. S K K from North to Nmth, tle K C R. K Irom this plate 10 Ciniiiinati, the C. O at XX'iucbevti'r, giving full acitss to the markets ot whole world. IIcmiIcs, we haVe Iblis- - lane the Flour Mills III tin touitty that give us a market for all our gram right at home,-anthe dcvikip ment ol the mountain regions ol Kuvlern and Soutli eastern Kentucky b milriHidsarid Ihe out- letSonth by railr.-ad- . ha. created such demand lor all kinds ol cereals and ntnvtnder that wrcan smnelv retain enough lor I lie people are prosperous, generous and kind, btlievlng 111 C'hristisiuty ami etliiiHtioii. I here is not a iieuiilHirhnod in the count) but has a gcml church and sihool-lieiisStanford, the comity seal of Lincoln, is a prosperous little city ol about , von nihab taut and la thegreit dunrwa) from the Ninth and North east South and from th Northwest lo southeast. am! standing as it does gailig right Into thi Ik. oin of the undeveliipcd mouuUins of Southeastern s Kelituil.) baikid up by the whole ' region nl the Stale wilh railroads running all minis ol Ine , iidu.s, make it iiututalh it Iik ated town, in the Sosill. (er one of iiMiiiifactbres and other enterprises nf m.ignnude Water Works are now being agitated ami right ' II,1.. !- .- ....... ..I ....r.- ,,,... .. nf - ,,,,ruutriii "lit .,,. i. ..,,,m.i It,.,. - Tni,.!,theic could be erected Water XVorL with very little col that would supply . I city of I ...Mio in habitants with Ihe purest and best Writer in the wntld Our little cits ha. been now ly relmilt in few the I flu bu.intss housi. ai d re jiience. will compare with larger cities n grcilu are Our ineriJianl and prcleiisiiins, XYe hnve two all pruspefus and doing well d $,00,000 that bisuks wit ll I CHplUl stoit i nil in u good ruiidilinii X c have kpleuilul We hast- - a Female bonis College, a large bru k building, vsith our inn pu nils in attendance and under the prlie ipalslup nl Prof J M llulih.ird, i in a flourishing condiWt also have a Seminary that is a good tion school, with Prof li I Ill.it tin. in at i beud. We have one ol the ne.t Publn schooT buildings it this section of the State, with over too pupils tn attend nice, and wilh olber good piiv.ile schools, jou sec our school faeillties ire ,"T ellent XVe have elegant chiiri b builiiiligs, icprescntiiig every denomination, with a full iorp nl ministers ol lias .class talciu and are doing a bettor business than any class uf men in the city. I have tried to mafcu Ibis statement as facta, without auv exaggeration or ciiioring, ai those who know will In ar u e out, mid those who wish to buy pleas mt homes at lair prices nnd locate atnong'a good people with all the bast surroundings would tin well lo call and see ine before pur basing elsewhere cri-itiir ' W Ol J Hill.Manford. G Weigh, Sunferd, W I' Tate, Stanford Ulr-K.- , llx.ker, 1'ietiileHt, John J XL Roberts, Cslinr. A A MiKiui.iv Ailent Ca.hiet . ' J aFlTierS D(ift&(X. I TUSt UO. KX , OF SIANMIRD. e. Is now fully organized ami teady lot business with Paid up Capital of Surplus, lllue-l,ra.- thr-aig- Hit-bes- -- it tradi-siui-- ,UCCF.SSOII t.. IIIK LINCOI N NATIOVAl' HANK OK SIANlDKl) ' ,' owcJusmig up; Willi the same assets and uudei ibe same Fly provi.iofis of its i baiter, depositors arc as lully prnttLled as ai ileposimrs in National Hanks. Its sh.irtbolder. tieiiiL- In, lit i,,l,, ,.!.,. II. liable to the estent el the amount of their unrt ... ...... , therein at I lie ur value Ihcieol, in tdduioii to the """ imesirn in ni i snares It may actas executor, administrator, trustee, At. as tuny at an iniliviuuai lo those wbtv entrusted their bulsihris to us while mnagmn the I.nuolii .Vational Hank ol Minfoid, we we hen lender our many thanks and trust tin y will continue to transact their business with us, oXleiing as a guarantee f.r prompt attention lo same, our taenty years' eapenence in banking Hildas liberal m (oiuuiiidations as are consistent with sound banking iiiiiai-.-fii.'rit - ..... - - $200,000. 19,000. I'lKriToKs,: J J Williams, Mt. J. M Vtrnoii; Hall.St.utord; J. S. Owsley, Stanford , S J. Lmbry, Stanford ; J li Lynn, Stanford; A. W, Carpenter, Milledgevtlla; J. K.IIaughman, Hustonville; J. F. Cash, Stanford; XX'illlam Gooch,'.Stanlord, Ky . 11. Shanks, President. J., II. Owsley, Caihia W. M. Bright, Teller. N -- -