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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892041901 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. VOL. XX. Semi Weekly Interior STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. APRIL 19.1892. DANVILLE. w-apet, Journal NO. 15 K Y eter, whicli, it began to bo thought, had LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. A daughter is a latu arrival m ti... Tho tloctorB wlio nro going to rum ironi tho namulo case of tho1 Thu porch recently added to his V. the sanitarium were hero Friday. They homo of Mr. James 15. Caldwell, tills IlJ of John Robinson's great t llwt,,mK bY J- - T lirawu is handsome in- -' arrang-memm iieeii county . jhIiow, who had boon tho guest of the naui mai every I .. i deed. limn... .. Mia Jennie Cowan lina made and they would open May 1. turned to """w low imys oelore. Wiieu Jim We have au old lady living in Crab her home in this eounty after umtbseuce and Sam reached tho .'Jd floor they found j T,lurf W1I o a wedding here short-th- e ladies of the house perched on tables ' 'J V'nt '" surI""iso n good many of tho Orchard by the name of Adams, who of several ycats in Illinois. HAVIv A w'dow will be married to claim to bo 10:1 years old. She hn all C.ipt. T. I). Kngliah, of thi coiiulv, chaire, anywhere to her faculties perfect, except hearing will go to Atlanta next week to conduct cape the fangs of the forked tougued na-- Homubo,1' "aHi ofl'" Sho lives with her daughter, Mrs. Itob- - a bit: real estate sale for Samuel V. tive of tlte tropica. The they T ,)eU'cl,v Anderson, of Somerset, found coiled in the hall and after a se- - arriveJkru Sunday oveniug with the A Co.. of that city. Goode ra. -- Uncle Willis Tiadale is very hick at, -S- enator Itreokinridge informed the vere battle he was dispatched. When noior'OU3 Craig Gragg, who has several 8 maloa Mrs. Moore's. Hu lias the grip ntitl thisi I.stkiiioii Joint mai. Monday that he now measured lie was found to be full 121 "ni the jnil here. He VI inches long. lom l,, wmttr did not expect to be i nan no ooiiDt Itev. J. v. wmi ms age win iiiiiftn 11 very uuui-uuhut that Case county rci no, lor nun 10 recover. .Mr. win naiuiueis' would lie in the new l.lil judicial dis- - Lynch, of the; Haptist church, had just u all longer than a week this time al returned from a lishing trip to Green the fartherest. and wifi are in Crab Orchard hincu Iii4 trict. -- GeorgoS. Calloway, of this place, In the county court Monday the Kivor, briugiug with him a valise in trial Mrs. T. A. (Jreahain went to and Miss Lucy Litton were married at Rockcastle river Saturday and will take b.iVardy prosecution pgainst. Sam .Moore, which were the clothes he wore while Car--pet- s, a general visit through tho mountuins. (Jr., was dlMinmod )m motion of the iHhing. It is now thought the serpent East Bornatadt at the residence of the Tho phantom ball was a grand mie-- i col,n'y attorney, it appearing that the crawled into the valine while Mr. Lynch bride's father. W. H. Litton, Sunday. t'""'1 horn in Lincoln instead of win on the liver bank and that he The happy couple came in on the evencewi. All who wore masked formed in '5obrought it home with him when ho re- ing train of the E.inie day. Best wishes an adjoining room and came in tho ball"'; "'"Moss, aged about r0 years, turned, as the partly open valise was for happirn-si- Ac. grand inarch room and went through the ' John E. White, of Manchester, and of White O.ik, in the deposited near the spot where the Miake Kvcr seen here. Wc to infection, then formed a quadrille ,,ic'1 at ''' knou N'Won of this county, Friday was ilrst Foen. Hon. J. A. Craft, of Louisville, were here and bv tho time it was completed, nil after nearly a year's illness, Sunday. Mrs. Matson, who was recently ui'Mi mo warm they had to take oil their LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. his friends were in town unsuccessful in the suit of the Matson o " masks, ami although the spectators wero , dilTorout ones in thep.ir- - '"day, raising money with which to Commuuiou services were held at heirs against her, for Dr. Matson's propertlioy knew ty here, left laet Sunday night for her old the Methodist church Sundav. they found that thy were mlxtaken lmi' m8 funeral expenses, Mr. A. (!. Kennedy, who has been It is said that a $20 bill looks as big home in Ih'oing Sun, Intl., to stay for the in luauy instances. Some of them looked Hi tore. In tli is paper, so that it was enough to Mll l"e Central Kentucky Carriage Co to n millionaire as all out of doors. mi ghost-likMai riHgo licenses liave been issued lor several yuus, lias taken temporary The total production of maple sugar frighten one, and Mr. Slaughter's young est child, little Hazel, would go away employment with Maker Hros , ol Lex- in this country last year was :i'J,9."iL,,027 since April to the following parties: from home to sleep, saying she did not ington. Hon. Jordan Owen, of Mart pounds. This must hnve been entirely John Warren and MargaietScalf; C. W. want to stay in the house with "them county, n member of the State board of consumed, as thoro appearj to be none Ilnverly, aged L'O, and Lillio Taylor, lo' equalization, is the gue.t of Mr. J. W. in the market at present; at least, an ar- years old; J. A. Cox, aged 2:1, and Jen-- 1 w v wv r IIUOI V 411 l,sa iMfJ WWII nie B. Wyatt, 10; W. C. Guins 19, &n,i ticle that is iiuadulteratc.l. tj rest nnd get ready for Green Hrhir on Murgenn, of the Went End. 1$. Tibbs nnd uora Kuders, M; George S. Calloway and Col. Hooze i9 lecturing on temperLizzie Green, Mr Slaughter announced Saturday. that the hack would call for all the ladies "o colored women of Danville, made ance in Kansas. If ho is reilly "llooze" Lucy Litton, W. F. Tubbs ami Demie Hilton. n .mu .: i railroad committee and li' ki'i'tn th.ii u at 8 a. t. and the gentlemen would have speeches licfort-'thii i... lime, lilt) i ,. O. The of J. 31. Ins3eII. at to furnish their own conveyance. l'ioinpt-- 1 ' Frnnkiort against the separate coach jieiMoimi apjieanince ougut to be a better lyat S Saturday the wagons Marled '''" Mki Tibbs is a daughter of Ben temperance lecture than he would be Faris Station, was broken open Fritlav i i TIM..l... i. night and about jl'00 worth of goods and ill "'oaroer. aiies likely to deliver upon the stand nroiiiiui.io .t up .i p.mjr nun mien ine $5 in cash taken. SaturdayJWin. Shol-wginghams aud dainty ' Green i.s a stepdaughter of Spencer TlioXew York Legislature Is about au array of pretty Has a Complete Stock of while out squirrel huntingjdiscover-e- d . to make a congressional district L'30 miles Min bonnets one hardly ever himm nnil Holmes a stranger who represented himself The will of J. W. Higgiubotham wns long. Tlie Mh district of Keutucky is the trip to the Spriug- - wa made merry by the young ladies, who felt tree to aim j admitted to record Monday, The wil' about I,"0 uii!en long and might proper- to be a peddler hiding tho Roods in the : : nud laugh as loud as they wished The was made before his wife' death, when ly be called the "Shoe-strinDidtriet." woods. Shotw ell captured liini, but he everything was given to her She dying .Vow York is odly a hundred miles ahead nnde his escape, leaving the goods be-- I only gentlemen in the crowd were the' hind. He had a fine set of burglar's drivers and Master Joo New hud, who before her husband, the will of com so is of us. WALL We understand that Judge Morrow tools on his person. played thu gallant by asi.stiug th young ,a nullity and the property goes to his las decided the contested' election case There waapubli ,hed in the Louis- y The estate, real and ladies In anil nut of the wagon, when heirsat-law- . for jiolice judge between J. 0. Hemphill vil'0 Times a few davs ago a rstatement . p",a'. will amount to wanted to walk mid gather tlowi-rs''' FranKfort correspondent that H. Workmen will begin remodeling and Walton E.ton in faorof the latter The Springs were reached about H and by one vote We also learn that Judge M. Jackson was a leading candidate for din-' interior of the TutMlay in the music being ready, the spacious ' s will make it much more Hemphill will take the case to the Court delegate from this, tlie llth, district, nnd SIC' :' was turned into a Now Bob deserves not only the position thoM who enjoyed dancing were sup- - convenient for our citizens, as well as of Appeal, t M'- - Van Pelt and his iiKsistnntJ. Fob night about 10 o'clock Urn as delegate, but anjthing else that the Saturday Promptly and in plied with good music and prod hall, s style. democracy could give him, but he is not s a list of adveitised letters for was di.4coveied in the basement of while thesw who did not dance played on all -- ood.s sold, frceofchar restaurant, arid for awhile it looked a candidate, and not only that, but ho is Angraui, Mrs. Amery; to their lllia Old gold and roqtiot, ten pins and ,,,n. W Alice; Cum, Mr. l!ubit, Ktne- - as though the hand.-om- e : new building forGreen Denlum once, twice, three delight. silver taken in exchange. tho dancers, At 'IM Emev Mclia, colored: would be consumed, but by tho good times and al! the time for that place and were invited to vacate the ditiiiiv-rooin- , Mr. Sam M.; Fennelly, Mrs. work of our tire department the UameB so are several others in tlii? county. n, wlillv dinner was put on the tablc, for, :1 were extinguished. Mr. Slaughter had taken besides bis Harriit; Haitsville, Mrs. Mary; M ?. H ki i.m a cm MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. cf Tlie Philadelphia Inquirer" thinks f ' nm ntm&M waiters, Muniegar; Lister, Mr. Anna; Xalte, cook, an array of dining-roo(LATE ALEXANUKK'S HOTKL.' and before wu could hardly realize we Charles; l'enny, II. L.; l'ritchett, Mies there - no impropriety in lawyers and , Mr. Andrew Turner nnd Miss Urildy were out of the room, the bell called us llie-- Joggers, Mr. Mike, rj; Shinger, doctors advertising. Certiinly not, if Wren were married last week. RENOVATED AND they conliue themselves to a simple card r 'pIhoii'. back to dinner. To siy we were sur- -' Tlie after cards of Mr. and Mrs. Uidi Mr. J. W. Howeri, the popular clerk notifying the public that they are pracpriced but faintly it, for nltho'--. ard Downing Norwood say they will be Day. S2.50 w were expecting dinner at his expense " A. M ICirig, the druggist, will not ticing their profession and when and at home to their friends after .May 1, in Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Hous- e we had no idea of such a spread, but ev-- 'cave lMnville, as has been rumored, where they may be found, lint their pic Lexington. LOUISVILLE, KY. orythlng to suit the mo-- t delicate wns0'" "'" remain in his present .situation, tures could be dispensed witli without Mr. G. It. VVashburne, of the Wine ' serious injury to their professional stand- and Spirit to be had and was served in an elegant ''Idlip Foley returned to St. Mary's W. R. Iiulletin, and Miss Mary 11. ing. A. W. Jones, J J. Sullivan. I. L Marshall,LOGAN, After all had dined there was, 'l'ge Monday after a visit to the home Clerks. will marry on the 27th, at the Moore A special term of the Garrard cirenough left to have fed us many more, folks. Messrs. 1. J Hreekinridge nnd cuit court was held First Christian church, Louisville. in this place SaturTho crowd was just large enough and It. I. Mm, candidates for circuit judge, day, the Kith. P. M. MclloberlH, Jos. S. Wright, of Junction City, Esq., uvcrythiug was enjoyed, even the plant- and Messrs. Hughes, of Harrodsbiirg, of Stanford, was elected special judge and Mis. Shivcll, of Lebanon, ing of the Mower eed in which Mr, nnd Owsltjy, of Stanford, for Cominon-w.idth'- fl mid disposed of the cases ami sister that wore call- brother-in-lawere , attorney, wen- miximr with tin Slaughter had evir)btnly assluf. All ur- ed promptly and satisfactorily. He makes married in Cincinnati Thursday. A disThe two two flrt- - a most excellent judge rived hoinr t'nd, but feeling that it was i voters .Monday. and if the reptibrj patch from there wiy.s that live years ago a Ijrtght day sjh nt in life's history. Jnauietl geutlemen wer U) speak, but of thb. district should take a notion to Mrs. Shivell lot Iwr liuslmnd bv an ae- coneludcl not tn until lifter it was defl- plnco him ruiftuenUy on the bench, ri'lmitnn an L. .V X. bridge. Mr. Wi.ght. Furnlnst Thompson For Oclcgnlu. rnt'Iycnown what count im would com- tlwy would haw oniusn to regret been ii suit for damagf. Meantiiue bis ' ttlrmo;r(itJiof KHtiUioky want n.jlM,w'diiitHe. it. w ife died. The In win it w tedious and An Mr Jo Tarkingtoti, .if this cimn-JolMiss bVssia VhcrriU, who is visit-in- only Hill man in duguiwutCliieag'i.Xeitiiei 111 a ritnil reeenti end--.judgment a riding iilong the pike near bis friends in IxxiUville, will return ofiis,00for Mis K , Old I'lill or Young J'uii. ,Big tv. T ra"Ct fr "ilM Trto hivell. The ma;- -, MlKBBf I'hil or Littl IMill, uo are known to U htw. ,,Bt Thnrwlsjr, bf foan.l a eoloml ThunwUy. Mr. John 15. Ilnwer, now of liage wm appait'iitlv the natural result nm for tht Krtntm sppuvmty Newport, wm hero for &vral tUyp sliak- - frin tlieirlong assocmrion in ightiug for Mm and York boss. Xotbitit but iujf"" agony. She begged Mr. Tark- - Inhand. with bw ,.uiiu.ron. friend., j lhoMWi8iH, taw,llit straiht-ou- t ClarL0il man . wil j "Cnttorl(s so wet! Adaptl tori, illrvn that Catorln niivs Coll Constipation. V $ . ,:lkt,ierwW William, liicliiiioutl rfiden of Mr. II. A. U. Mrkiibttry, . I liai..... t Kfi ill Si ivcommi'iiil it. superior U)ntiyrirtscripticn 'i'ucksr, u solorwl iohii who Hughesaml Mr. Frank Mai ksbury, went A plan was agreed upon al a meet-- , KiUS VOrii3. i'lV4 s'. i ni.,1 Tiie auiniitiT af lhTboiMiinii8 Vnovtn to tna "' F.....ftH .! II. A. Atuiit k, M. I)., (jest in n Mrs. Ulancho lug of the Indiana democratic State com- 1J. H helped Ur in Lis to 1'arryville Friday. and eyen llv,, Mr. CleeliKl i lit So. Oxford St , rtrouLljrn, N, Y. lUiout iujuriou3 incilJcatloa. SvMne)', who has been quite sick, con- - mittt. which, it U lxlicved, will ssure tfWr. CrlWe werolhe choir of Ken-- ' rocksway and proceeded towels Tue Cusriua Couei.w-- , 77 Murray Street, X. V wbsYh is exiwtlingly doubtful, it ,M'rt !t Krt alter ity. Uutthealucri- - tinues to improye. Judge Jacobs, of harmony between the Cleveland and Cirriy men in the Slate convention. wnien lie prociMSUeil wan not Danville, wa in tow n Saturday. be widl to nl houm- otlmr ronrw-- j li By wonkl 0TaiI2S2CII3 The Cincinnati Coinmeroial Ciaaettel the agreement Cleveland is to be santative otitt who, would vot riftht 'alaeriourt" enougli for before tlmJTunk. think the republicans m the ed, but Gray is to be imported, huumu when Crlilo dropa nut JoAuunfiie er iiifiuimm wu cache. I thn-fljulu weroin the vchiclr, tin- colored South do not amount to much. Refer- - if deemed expedient, A. C. SINE Journal. J N.MENEfKK woman having incweased tlte world's ring to Kentucky it says: id rii The I'enittsitiary CoiiHiiisflionern Sunator Mulligan ihmiea that be "I'lio Kentucky republicans utter their are in favor 01 building itX) new cells teaching Mn deovoring to get to tho Chiraigo com en population by one. tion as friend of Hill. Sneaker Mooio. Tucker's residence, Mra. Tucker ivftwd protect agaiubt tho hoe and unlimited nilli iuU wiIl prolubly be done. The Z ,?..,. . coinage of ailvur. The woist thing has given up the hopejewj job of making to.permlt Mr. Tarkiugton to unload his that Slate is the free and unlimited a0lll tunated cost of the 400 cella 1, WJ,000, ZiT nun t know what in thu ocratic vote." In referring to tho selec- - wnil tl,e ,:03t ol ;,or' would bo about the riille gainst tho Clove'aud crlrent,clrSonn,, llu . 'tarnation" to do. The colored womau tion of delegate to tho National enliven- There are now about 100 aud John It. Thompson Iihk nkuriit calls occupied by two prinoners wich, so Hi other suggested another place, but she wuh tion it .says. oil to Washington to consult "lu republican States the democrats! that immediately on the completion of refused admission then- aud it was only Louim-illI'hil about the mtiirition. are making as big a parade in tho selec- - tho addition over 100 after the fourh ell'ort that people with cells will bo occu- Times. tion of delegates to their National con- Rough and Dressed Lumber, Lath, . Mouldinijs, brackets Thu Hon. John U.' Thompson, of Har- ououglt humanity were found who were volition as are the republicans iu solid pietl. nnrl Vi.pt.wl.iK willing to hUu cam of; tho poor crea deaiocratic States." mhh " .l.llll.lUt WiilK. rodsbiirg, is out in a card, announcing The Now Nation says: "If a small himself a candidate for delegato to the ture. A3STD B1UA.T There was considerable excitement boy should bo found witli a roll of 51,000 Chicago convention and declaring himin the Clemens House, Friday morning, iu his possession thu presumption would self for Mr. Carlisle, or "some othorgood The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. democrat." Mr. Thompson should read caused by the supposition that a boa lie that as he could not possibly have Ollice thu papers. Cleveland men will go to constrictor had broken loose and taken earned so laigeu sum he must have stoand none others need apply. refuge in tho upper Btoiies of tlie hotel. len it, aud ho would be immediately takChicago This little plan to thwart tho will of the Mr. Thorel was reading Jin ;the ollice en by tho coat collar and mutln to give people will make no votes for Mr. Hill, when a series of heartrending screams an account of how ho came by tho monnor friends for its promoters. Anderson coming from above startled htm. Jim ey. We respectfully submit that when Glowgower, the ollico boy, waa immedi- a grown mau is found with $1,000,000 iu News. ately dispatched to ascertain tho cause his possesion, it is equally safe to as Large and Fresh Stock of The Nebraska democratic couvou-tio- n of tho tumult. Ho hail .scarcely reached sume that he did not come by so large n indorsed Cleveland for president, tho.higher region whenjhe came tumb- sum by any proper means aud that soci-- l but the clause instructing thu delegation ling down to tho grouud;tloor, pale an a ety should therefore take him by tho j to vote for him was stricken out. A ghost. "There is a Mtakel up there '20 scull of tho neck nnd make him give an free silver resolution caused an uproar yards long," shrieked Jim. Reinforced account of how he secured what he has. antl was defeated. iy omu xiruuuieiu ami armed Willi a We undertake to say that no man can Onion Sets, Heans, I'eas, &c, in bulk. All kinds of package seeds; A cyclone visited Virginia, being spade and a hoe, Jim again went up justify his possession of $1,000,000 on also Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks, Shovels, Ticks, GruU How and particularly severe in Dinwiddle, csuaty. stairs to put thu snake U death. la the sound ethical grounds. It is u much Two women were killed, a .sailor is re- luean time pandemonium reigued. The mit n( tlin tmu'pr nf it irivkwn mini tn fiiir. Mattocks. ..... T. A ported lost and much valuable property screams contlaued and men who had lveiirn tlmtamn in it is hflvnn.l 1. - ,ifi i:r.dm nf 'I'irtm II.T -- !.....-iV.V.Vin . " .:.."'", 1.". ....",,'" 0 -. Collars, I lames, Collar Pads, Trace Chains, Hridles, Halters, &c. unueu atatci " I7i" Vl?""' "" destroyed, In Brunswick county two faced thaaetny from Bull Kun to boy'- - power to earn the thousandtb part . ToTiT, ...w .Ui.UCln..u., . ... ...... . to approach the mon- - " ,. pr more were killed. 10a wall meet. New Vnrt" ! Vil,t-'ti-f?- CRAB ORCHARD. ni j . '" SEVERANGE & SON 4- - rn.nntel-plece- s, , 1 i THE LARGEST STOCK . "' '" -' -' Dry Goods, Notions, &c, , lie ; 0'ir, 1 Sat-surdo-ty- Have not Time or Space to Give Particulars i e 1 CODVCE JJSTJD SEE. J i W.BJcROBERTS, - "! store-hous- u i. , ell Druggist and Jeweler. . n i DRUGS, BOOKS, PAINTS, per-the- fm -- Jewelry & Silverware, Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired first-clas- PAPER, 1 ing-ha- ll ball-roo- I j '"ig -'"-'"iiu- I'bb-coe- 's fcan-NGRAVIN- Couip-lieart- s' 1 r' I I I riniorii7 JL MJ3Lli ww n j J THOROUGHLY upiees Rates IMPROVED. 1 , Per '' 1 Manager. j in-la- - - ) i -' in-Ti- m g ! 'l'-'f- c m ,Tr ? WHWfciBiTt T Xr ! nttf. well-know- ojt. y: Bnfants Children. . 1, n V. ' :,?,J toj'w" , li, llr. X il Hor-tnrk- y, - "" ssaLaaaEKHSTsjasjjj indors-&eumst- o r 1 Kx-Go- - j j 11 -- SINE & ' XJEXiElRS MEN EFEE, Slii-Hes- . , "h 1 i le.-.s- SESH, DOORS RED BLINDS. ri. WOVEN WIRE PE2TOE. - j y. j I and Yard Depot Street, . Stanford, Ky. JUST RECEIVED. I POWDER Absolutely Phi - GARDEN SEED FJLHRXS & HARDXST. I V-- ;- '-- "-'- "" - V "!. AM. X V it - Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal April- 19, 1892 - Stanford, Ky., W. P. WALTON. THIS PAPEB IS AN ON FSIDAYS. to I ;v t ( t ,f" te ", . V ihi. - u - i. , Wi Thk legislative committee appointed to investigate tho Georgetown scandal, treated tho Hon. Mr. Mclucrney to a beautiful application of whitewash. The fact that he drove over with a friend and "two ladies" to Georgetown nud by to registered in the names of other bo ot the Legislature, ani their to keep in wives is considered .by the committee of the nature of a joke. Ho was simply out for n little fun and the committee thinks it is no part of tho business of tho Legislature to inquire into it, even if it had been questionable. Mr. is given a certificate of good character, "the ladies" also came in for commendation and everybody and everything are made to feel lovely and serene. When the report wus read Mr. Myers objected to its approval, but was willing to simply allow it to appear on the journal that it had been received and succeeded in preventing the former. This incensed Mclucrney and in violation of the constitutional provision, ho attacked Mr. Myers afterwards, but the latter treated him with the withering For a great contempt he deserved. moral reformer, who was to shut up pool rooms, stop the dissemination ol NEWSY NOTES. , obscene literature and play hades gen(To the Editor Interior Journal.1 erally, the libertine and bully from Kenin Stanford, and Hail large enough to kill hos and As every ton is peculiar. He bus disgraced the chickens fell in South Carolina, Fri- miKt .ill nntiiiilH as to that matter, in body, which has likewise disgraced it- day. Lincoln county, reads your paper, J self in its manner of dealing with him. The Clnrke University for colored should like to use it for a short while to !a few suggestions, facts and figures us can testify that we students, near Atlanta, was burned; loss offer Thosk who know 5100,000. in addition to those yon made sometime are as mild a mannered man as ever cut a TJie New York House passed the since in regard to the establishment of a tulfPS 1. .not rf nnuMlml fl oil in !iml fllflt it in the city of Then to allow a coal expense for 1,000' . .....- - ,ini . n ten- - ' woman's suffrage bill 09 to 31, but the graded common school " fmm f l. . IrSIl It '" l"l"'U Cnnnlo While the question has not bushels per year, adds not less than f 125, Stanford. orof bur wav. In fact, we are as meek A couple of Georgia duelists Bhot at been thoroughly canvassed with every making n total outlay of ?:t,5(V5, leaving as Job, as as Moses and ' . pitinn! in t lift Ian ' each other 115 times without drawing white citizen in the proposed district, a balance of over 100 per year to go into Your I louse This Spring ? nil v. i...f has the sinking fund, with which to pay off' blood and then made friends. yet 60 far aa it has been done there guage of the ancients, stand oer tiling, -- G. I Combs, Perry county superin not yet been found a single man or wo any bonds that might be sold, in order , m;n tnn Smith, of tho Is the best made. Will retain its gloss longer, .i ...... w. Riitftr f.Ul. H" irom ain- - man, who lias either uronerty or chil to get ready money for building pur-- ' Aft I'nrnnn Siimal With IlialteU ilflire- bush and probably fatal y wounded cover one-hal- f more space than any paint mixdren, or both, to offer tho slightest ob- poses. Ah, which would not be noes-- ' thought and evil prepense, has referred -f- he Lebanon Gas Works were bad- jection, provided, however, that tho es- sary should the combination of which I to an erudite and thoughtful editotial, ed in the ordinary way anil is guaranteed to I My 'Imaged by tiro and the citizens now tablishment of Eaid proposed school i above "poke be consummated. recently published in this paper, aa footing Immigration to our If e would invito put upon such a sound and sun.' - " .iiiMreiiiiHi.i.vSi , Wolfi' a o ......v.. ......... ..nimiiAntD." :inrt t hat- ' The time city and county, if we would be abreast ' gjvc satisfaction, It is made by the latest improved machinery tin- The superior court Iirs decided that ingas will iuBure its succet-s-. We do i is the cause of our wrathful ire. man's mother-in-la- w is part of his has already come when the citizens of with the nge in which we live; if w' ' dcr the personal supervision oi a practical painter. Accept no not permit the editor of any hebdoma-- 'l and that he must support her. Stanford, historic as it is, situated at the would do u thing commensurate with stitute. by the refer to us or our articles in ffllu'; dal sheet to Mountains, our ability to do; if w would leave a) - foothills of the Cumberland a.f,es were crac ked in CampLION PAINT & COLOR CO., LKXINGTON, KY., such a contemptuous manner and by the night, but the robbers which form a picturesque background, heritage with our children and our' Vellsville holy grits Editor Smith has got to fight A. R. Penny, Druggist, Agent, Stanford, Ky. ' le han --' their trou- - while the rich Blue grass makes a broad, neighbors' children which cannot be or withdraw his offensive language. We e e as luxurious as is found taken from them through any game of front, apron-likdemand an npology or gore, and gallons ' . .. The L. & N. is having Kentucky anywhere in tUe State, inhabited by a chance, or unwise speculation, then e l Central painted out on the cars an that people who are not only able to educate, cannot longer afford to defer thi imr Old Cash Clay insulted the prohibi-- j roadand Louisville & Nashville substi- - but whose offspring bio as ambitious to portant matter. If we are not very tionists during his speech before thej ttited. be something, to know somethiug and much mistaken it will be but a short & world, as while until, on account of the progresMrs. Kirk and her daughter, Zella, to make a reputation in th Legislature against the separate coacn Lincoln County to call and examine the hindsomet and cheapest line ol WALL J'AI'KK ocr Ard bill by drawing a bottle of whisky from wero killed by a C. & O. passenger train will be found anywhere within the sive spirit which has seized our people, cfltrrd to the fopl ef Ctutrat Keuttidy his inside pocket when he got hoarse nt Huntington, W. Va., while walking of any State in the Union, when our a street railway will connect us with At A. E. GIBBONS', DANVILLE, KY. and taking a big swig, declaring at 'the the track. girls and" our boys demand an education our suburban village, Howland, thereby He can alio furnish ou the bet PAINTS, OILS, VAKMSHKS, Ac, aslowasany wholesale batwas no prohibition and from our affording easy aceesato same time that there The Senate has passed a bill to uive which will fit them to successfully 1'rople desiring lo humbuggery about him. The old man free mail delivery to all towns where the tle with the difficult problems of life. proposed pchool grounds. Then tho houvein lh State practical man, and do their own work n a!ays do belter by getting; advice frsm in experienced and gits more reckless as he grows in years. gross postal receipts of the previous year For these and many other reasons we water works is bound to come, which Oct your Combinations Complete and Save Money. A long time ago he is said to have laiu amounted to So.000. will give us a bountiful supply of water connot afford longer to defer. p var,i 0f Magoffin county, is two horse pistols on tho stand in front of j We all know that many an intellect, from the St. ABaph spring, as pure and him when he was about to make an abo- - announced as a republican candidate for naturally bright and active, is doomed invigorating as ever qnenctied the thirst lit,ion speech, but those weapons were Congress in the 10th district to Biicceod to inactivity for want of proper oppor- of savage or civilized man. There are mere child's toys to the one he drew at t,e jjon j. v. Kendall. tunities to develop the natural capacity. parties from the South and the Ka6t Frankfort. It has slain its tens of thous- - j Our rural Kentucky exchanges are In this age of progress, rush and making inquiry almost every week amis and will slay as many more, uuless pretty unanimously of the opinion that five months, which is whether or not Stanford has a graded j)00in i,Hve now the outside limit of the public term, free school; men want to bring their the prohibitionists succeed in hastening tjie peaci, crop anj tne u the millennium and the year of jubilee. ueeu killed. Louisville Times. is far too short to meet the requirements families among us, but tho advantage of .. Near Hernando, Fla., Robert Ste- - of the times. Then, too, the common educational Jfacllities is a cond ition of . ... , , ' veuson, a paymaster, and iiik cruel war wnu iwijr in uici, school curriculum does not embrace the too great importance to overlook. lomatic relations have once moro been re Payne, were murdered for their money. higher elements necessary to a complete 'Tis true wehavn tint class Female . is again hanging Stevenson htored and the 7 had $1,800 on lis person. . . education, even in English, to say noth- College, presided over bylan able faculT. from an a t tud na point. The United The post offico appropriation bill, as ing of the classics, which is so much de ty; a good male seminary, but those who pay $2o,0J0 for the States has agreed to completed by the House committee, car- sired and also required by those who ex- attend and reap the advantages to be obmembers of the Matia killed by tho mob at ries about $80,000,000. Tho department pect to enter almost any respectable pro- tained therefom must be financially New Orleans, and as that is some is not sustaining by $10,000,000 a year. fession, whereby a reasonable compe- able to pay the usual tuition charged for more than they are worth, Italy is more Suit has been entered at Knoxville tency from the same ia to be expect- such advantages. But should wo estabthan satisfied. We might have peace to enjoin the Richmond and West Point ed. lish a graded free school, free to all with-iAnd examine the Studebakcr. Car load just received. now if this was not presidential year and Terminal Company from its bounds, be they rich or poor, then including the But as the late lamented Jas. B. Beck did not havo to maintain a E. T. V. Harrison fi G., in its scheme of reorgani- used to say, "Let us deal for awhilu in the masses would soon uecoino educated, jingo policy for the delectation of the zation. figures as well as facts." Supping the thereby giving to every widow's son or gallery gods. miles circuit-ousl- y daughter, as well as others, tho opporRjjah, an elephant from the West boundary extends 1 or Thk HopUnsville Now Era is for leav- Indies, within a half inch of 12 feet tall, tho public school building- -it tunity to attain to the highest round in from ing the silver question in abeyance un- or two inches taller than the latu lawould be safe to say such a boundary any profession when' educational attain- One of the largest and most complete stocks of Men's, Hoys'Jand 1,000,000 woith ments are required. So, it being alwayB til after the November elections, and mented Jumbo, arrived at New York, would include at least Children's not less than 200 true that education banishes idleness of battle on the Friday. throw down the gauge of taxable property and For killing her luxbaml at Tavaste-huus- , polls. Now put the property tax at the and to a great degree vice as well, builds reform of the iniquitous tariff'. Don't endanger this great cause, it says, by the Finland, the courts have sentenc- low rate of 25 entsou each $100 worth up a free and independent populace, we obtrusiou juBt now of any other issue, ed Anna Saiuio, years of nge, to be of property in tho district and we have aro very much inclined to the belief even if it is an important one. With tar- beheaded and ordered that her body be $2,500. Add to this II pew poll and we that the time has fully come when StanLvcr brought to the hast hnd of the county. Also arge and well iff' reform as the issue and Grover Cleveburned. have 2,700. Then the State's per capita ford should establish and maintain a Custom-Madassorted stock of and ICastem XlcC. of the party s graded free school. land as the standard-beare- r There wero lauded from one steam- for each pupil in the district to say the democrats will bo invincible at the er in Baltimore last week 2,493 emi- nothing of immigration that will naturpolls next November. grants from Bremen, the largest num- ally result will be uot leBS than $700, It will be oflntcreit lo tho conlempUlltiz g in the Northwetl, lo know thjt the ber ever arriving at an American port at making a total annual income of J3.400. reanJ timber land in Wltcouiln are iribut Ik it took the united effort of the Call and examine our stock before one time. Besides this, it seems to us very safe to tary to thn Vicouin Central Linei. Selllerf on For both ladies and gentlemen. advantages ol healthlut publican party to save little Rhode Is-At Newark, N. J., James Abbott, estimate the tuition from those outside thee linn have all the abundance of fuel purchasing your Spring Goods. market land, that had not elected a democratic j who has been married to seven wives the district, who will send their sons and climate, i;oodmaterial, facilities iprklinc dnnk-inpure and and building water and other important benefitt which can governor for 40 years, where will it be and who has twice been convicted of daughters to a graded free not bn enjoyed on the prairies ol the Weil. No when it tries to spread itself over tho en- bigamy, has again plead guilty of tho school when they can get tho advantaco droiifthtt, nocyclonef. no granhopper plague anil no fever and ague. Nnw ii the time to elect tire country? It lookB mighty like same charge. considerprices, Wiiconun of the languages, as well as the more or- choice lands allow prosperous Stale in ithe Union the tnot we've got 'em on the run, and as tho instruction, will not ed one ofdirectly on the Wisconsin Central Lines The State executive committee of dinary hianches of Located of Burlington, New York World would say, "Come on are the the Georgia alliance has ordered allian- be less than $60 per month, or $000 per in this State Fond du thriving cities Neenali, Lac, Oshkosh, Waukesha, keep them so." democrats, let's Waupaca, Stevens I'olnt, Marshficld, Chipces that have indorsed the third party annum, thus making a grand total of $4," pewa Falls, Eau Claire, New Richmond and annual income. Ashland. Thk Frankfort Capital makes the cap- movement to rescind such action or sur- 000 as an mans and lull informaFor tickets, Then shonld there bo a consolidation tion, apply to time tables,I'ATTY, U, P. A., ital suggestion that the newspapers give render their charter. T. S. J Chattanooga, 'lenn. At St. Louis, Low Batch and Jen of all other white Bchools. in our city, Or to Blade and us a rest on the JAS. C. POND, O P. fcT, A., Chicago, 111. .sssssssssssW shall keep constantly on During the year 1892 I graded free school, afits editor. The public has had more Geng, two christian Chinamen, were with the proposed hand a full and complete tssssssssssssssssssssHLsV stock of ter the present leases aball have expirthan a hiitlicient quantity of both, but shot and fatally wounded by a add a sufficient amount of who, it is said, intend to kill nil ed, it would you can't shake your gory locks at us J funds to furnish all necessary additional and say we helped to do it. This paper christians of their race. Tho University of Pennsylvania has school buildings for the- accommodation referred to the incarceration as K of news and then only u line 1,701 students and 207 teachers. Har- of all who might wish to attend. a matter Highest cash market price 'paid vard has 2,038 students and 25:) teachNow, on tho other hand, let us Ree or two. for ers. The University of Michigan has what the probable outlay would be. My stock of THK Glasgow Times tententiously 2,022 students and 145 teachers. be froin the Btart not less There would remarks that Mr. Cleveland is the choice Judge W. M. Beckner has brought than four nd possibly six teachers. By of the democracy of to- suit in the Clark circuit court againBt A. paying!thc principal $1,000, 1st, assistant of ,&c, at probably be the choice of tho J. Asher, ol Pineville, for $18,240 for leday, will 700, 2d assistant $5.00, 3d assistant $500, Is larger and better selected! thai, ever and I assure my customers of and is as certain- gal and other sevices growing out of the 4th assistant $500, the total teachers' tenth other . prompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas ly the next president aa that he lives sale of about 15,000 acres of land in Bell salary will he 3,200. Add to this 0 per A. R. PENNY. STANFORD, KV. Dalton in charge. and Harlan counties. cent, for collection will make $240. SS tyr asd the democratic party lives. j , mem-member- s Me-Inern- There wore thtce Incendiary fires at San Antonio, Texas. Saturday night, destroying $100,000 worth of business property, including two newspaper offices. At Durham, Ga., 125 convicts disarmed their keepors and fortified thom- selves, but wero brought to terms when fired upon. They have been complaining of bad food and ill treatment. horse show at Danvil le, yesterday eclipsed anything of tho kind ever seen there, tho horso men tell us. It also eclipsed everything olso and inado business of all other kinds very dull. A meeting of republican leaders in New York is reported to have agreed to oppose the nomination of Mr. Harrison Mr. F. D. Jvtotswood, editor of the and to have decided upon Gov. McKin-le- y as the moat promising candidate, Hnrrodsburg Democrat, is mentioned for delegate from the 8th district to tho Chi- with Cornelius S. Bliss for cago convention. Sound on democracy, At Lincoln, Neb., Fred Herdlin shot earnest in support of Mr. Cleveland and the issues he advocate, and in every and seriously wounded Mrs. Fred Miller way worthy ami deserving of the honor, and Mrs. John Lockhardt, who attemptthe district could not commit its trust to ed to Interfere in a quarrel between safer hands. Herdlin and his wife. A child was also Herdlin was dangerously wounded. Thk editor of the Frankfort Capital caught and terribly beaton by neighhas stopped parting his name in the bors. middle. Leastwise it now appears in In trying to arrest Bill Murphy, the his paper as simple "Polk Johneou." North Carolina desperado, who killed What's the matter with the K, Polk? one of his brothers mid three other men, Deputy Sheriff Charley Hay, of THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Monroe county, Tenn., was killed nud On motion of Senator Breckinridge Sheriff McKean wounded. Murphy and redistrictiug bill was mide the spe- two brothers who were with him, esthe cial order for caped. Petitions from the miners in Laurel GRADED SCHOOL. and Jellico for an assistant inspector of mines were presented in the Senate. The Cost and Advantaucs Set Forth by One Who Has Investigated. Owing to the illness of Hon. John M. Atherton he has been forced to retire from the race for district delegate to tho National Convention, and his running mate, Hon Boyd Winchester, has withdrawn, leaving Messrs. W II liable-ma- n and W. J. Abraham a walk over. It is to bo regretted that so able and accomplished a pair, who are so in touch with the peoplo on their presidential preference and party issues, will not represent them at Chicago, but their intertts will not stiller at thtt hands of Messrs Haldeman and Abraham, both of whom are for Clevelaud, tariff reform m am The vice-preside- nt. to-da- TO THE PUBLIC. -- As Manager The Louisville Store hope people ofr our aim and dealing and prompt attention fairhold the already established, gain the confidence of the trade. In the future .it will as before always a full line Clothing, Shoes, Dry Goods, Notions Furnishing Goods, Priees in the Reaeh of EverybodyRespectfully Yours, --- y. Thanking our friends and patrons for past in the name of the old management, and ashing for a continuance offavors the snmvfor the new, I am tax-jnye- r Main Street, Stanford. irl r. JL 13 J "" 1 ' long-sutleri- n ARE YOU GOING TO PAINT n-f- f " ! I - J '"" LION PAINT 1 1 ( : I TT8 I j WANTED.from Five TliouNnnd Gentleman Iulics Stan ford eon-fin- es Do You Need a Wagon ? . Mail-Carrie- ,...': I r CALL AT J. B. FOSTER'S n 1 J JUST RECEIVED, e '-'2 first-clas- Land-Seoker- s. jr choleei-farraln- 1 c first-clas- s W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. Me-nab- A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER 1nanoc! Qnrl Blue-Gras- s high-binder- s, - has-oul- y Paints, Oils,' 8c Stationery: ToiletArticles Glass, Books, Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, nine-tenth- s watches, clocks :n & jxwxianr M.F. ELKIN&C0., ft. I Vr ' .1 - 'J- i L Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal , Fin linb of toileteoaps Ht A. A. War ren'B Model Grocery. Nkw The south-boun- d ed n valuablo Jersey passenger train killheifer for Mr. E. ' I VKW AnVF.RTISKMKNrs. Tin: weather has been warm and sultry for a day or two nnd all nature seems Danvii.i.ic hns asset h to the amount of springing into life in earnest. $0,165.11, besides $3,.W.'-'-0 in bank. i5.o.wxikTON, iT'will be remembered that Tom CarMas. M. Buiik-rs-, on Upper Main, has ter, who was killed near Lexington Suntwo rooms for rent nnd will tako day day, was convicted of throwfngthn club MEANS IU8INESS. boarders. Cnll on her opposite Femalo from a train that struck Alex Wnlker nt AV. B. Wai.i. paper ntul riaintB College. and Inid him out for so many days. The .m Tub Luilien' Christum Aid Society governor, however, pardoned him on .Knoiiavino beautifully nnd ifono at A. K. lVntiy'". will, on next Saturdav, April ".'Id inst., condition that he would cease living so lluv your bookri and rfhool tttijiplieri of open an exchange opposite the Coffey reckless a llfH. nil kiiitlH from A It. Penny. l I'liKsii Imlrcth Harden SYi'cIh, In House. All donations will he thankfulThk Kentucky State Medical Associ- ly received. imperii und in bulk, ut W. JJ. iMcItobation, of which Dr. Hawkins Brown, of urtH'. Attention Lambs' Come to our Hustonville, is president, Dr. Steele IIavk your watch, clock nnd joweiry Bailey, of Stanford, secretary, and Dr. repaired nt A. II. Punny'ri. All work opening this week and see Uie new J. B. Kinuaird, of liucnster, treasurer, warranted. things arriving every day. You will be Kkmkmiikh that all silverware, watches, surprised at the beautiful things Rnd the will meet in Masonic Temple, Louisrinpi, Ac., boupbtnt A. It. Pcnny'ri will ville, May The railroads have nam ' low prices. J. S. Hughes. bo engraved freu of charge. ed n H rait for the round-trip- . ; John Ham; celebrated his 10th hi ' PERSONAL POINTS. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Friday night by giving a parly to his young friends. All the lads and Mips Annik II.u.k ia vinitlng Mlsa Kev. A. V. Sizemore will preach at were present and enjoyed a big supper Logan's Creek church next Sunday at .'! Adams in Danville p. si. MibmMamik liBAKLKr Ih visiting her and a good time generally. Mister, Mrs. Porter Snndidge. Mrs. Vonholtz and daughter, Miss Woou 100,000 jKiunils wanted and at Mit. C. II. lir.ow.v, depot omental How Ida, have just closed n four weeks' meethighest cash market price. Will have ing at Mechanicsburg, O., in which then I.unl, h visiting nt New Ilnvon. agents at Paint Lick, Lancaster, ItKV. AND MlW. A. V. SlZBMOHK will were 100 additions to the church and 150 and Hustonville. Sco them bemove to the new parsonago conversions. fore yon sell. A. T. Nnnnelley. While kneeling at prayer in his Mil and Mm. M. F. Elkin ami family went to Lexington to visit Mix. Salter. To Jiisticks. Judge W. K. Varnon church at Angesota, Spain, Fathei;Marte Mibb Ammioxia Tiiomab Is studying has called the justices of the county to was cut to death by a lunatic, who then telreranhy under Agent F. L. Clifford. meet next Saturday, 'SUl, to fix the fatally shot n woman in the congregation Mitn. Mary V. Bowman, of Lexing- county levy and poll tax for the present and made his escape. TheChristian church was thewnly one ton, in tbo guest of M re. ForestiiH Iteid. year. This has been postponed by the Miifl. Tom MrrcAi.rlfllll at the home tardiness of the legislature in pausing decorated in commemoration of Faster and it was very appropriately and handof Mr. John Mctcalf.Jcfigiiinino Jour- an enabling act somely ornamented. Uev. W. E. Ellis nal. Tin: Dr. Miles Medical Co., of sermon on "Christ is Risen Indeed" was Mn. S. II. Siiankb went over to LexInd., is the mo6t nitifactory to do a fine ellortaud the music was a decided ington Sunday to see his daughter, Mien busincFM with of any foreign advertiser featutc. Fannie. The Board of Church Extension of Mr. T. J, Footkk went to Jrcgntninc on our list. It has good remedies to ofSaturday to see her daughter, Mr. Tom fer, pajB promptly and never raises n tho M.E. Church South finished its row when it sees a paper doing iU best Metcnlf. at Ixnnsvillp and adjourned. The Mitfl. Ci.Ank" Hky.noi.D8 and dauuhter, to live up to contract. board distributed 530,000 in donations Miss Kllwi, of Waynesbnrg, have been Tim trustee of the jury fund, Mr. B. and $28,000 in loans, assisting congregaKtiefitanf Mrn. (irau Mcntuou. (i. Alford, tells us that tho cost o' ju- tions in 2S States and the Republic of Mexico. Mn. J. 0. Fi.oi:n.sTK, M. of T. of the K., rors at tho late term of the circuit court C. G. it L., wrh here for n Hhort time re- wag TheChristian Evaugeiistsays: "El$S70, and that it would not have turning from a visit to his brother in der 'A. T. Sweeney has labored for about greatly exceeded $"00, but for sending 20 years at Columbus, Ind., and has held Xelnon. toCiarrard for the Saunders jury ami the Kiev. V, K. Aiinoi.i u meeting each year. His first meeting mine over from reconvening of the gran J jury. since his return from Constantinople Bourbon to attend tho Mr lCendree quar terly meeting, hut as he is wtill unwell, i GiiAPzn School. Supt. W. F. McCIa-r- y wa still in progress with 22" additions, he will return in a few day contributes a thoughtful article on when last heard from." The Richmond Kegister says that Mn. L. 1). PAMraov, editor of the the graded school question. He figures Herald, was on Saturday's that a tax of 26 cents on the $100 will the Transylvania Presbytery, Northern, train bound for Louisville. Ho s.ty he run the school nnd leave money for a which met there last week, lesolved to s is doing oven better than he expected sinking fund. If so all the belter, but spend $1,000 a year in building in the mountains for the estabwith bin paper. we must have the school if it requires a lishment of Church schooN. Congress Mim Mattie Thompson, the Hnrrols tax of 10 cents. was asked not to grant any more money burg "wanly, will nail in n few day for Somk :U)or 40 lovers of the sport met to tho World's Fair unless the sale of lifor Kurope with Mr. Pulitzer, wife of Saturday quor on the grounds is prohibited and the editor of the New York World. She at the Myers House parlors night and organi7cd a base ball club for the gates closed on Sunday. Harrods-ber- g will remain u year and perfect herself in the present season. T. A. ltice was elecwas selected as the place for the fall the French language. secretary and meeting. Mil. J. A. CARrKNTKK, for n long time ted manager, Jack Turner mainthe clever nnd accommodating depot Joe Smith treasurer. The club old name and the LvrmtioH FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. agent here, is said to be slowly but sure- - tains its JouiNAiJi will be beard from whenever Jy improving ia Wealth. He in in the George Eubanks sold to Catron, of for mercantile and undertaking busintusj they cross bats. Tho club is open Pulaski, a lot of fat heifers at 2jc. challenges, Guthrie at Perryville noWj with S. J. P. Bush bought of Henry Heater will) XKWMAN MlMM ItOWIMT ANI W. F. SiiKiiiliAN, train dispatcher, says ter a pair of mules for $200. are canvassing for a valuable book, are that Mr. Adam Pence gave him till FriWill Moreland bought of Carter A at Miss Floreuca Trueheart's. Mit-- day to get the palace car (or his stock Bobinson a of extra hogs at '.! .Newman is a daughter of Mr. K. V. and that as it had to be brought from to 4c. N'nwinan, the noted Washington corres- Chicago, it could not have gotten here Fok Sale. A corn plantpondent who writfx oer the nom de earlier. He used ever effort to get one er in good condition. A. Camenisch, plume of "Savoyard." nearer, as a pile of dispatches will show, TurnerBvillc. Miss Ada Simos, Judge Alcorn's ex- and he would have bad one here on the Jones Bros, bought of Dan Bright a pert stenographer and typewriter, baa day agrceW upon if Mr. Pence had, not jack for $m0 and one of Isaac Pearson, our thanka for newspapers. She comes countermanded the order. of Mercer, for $350. of a family of newspaper folks, an uncle W. II. Tr.iylor bought in Garrard thinks that it is county 60 hogs at from l Thk being n lending editor in Indiana and to 3Jc. They others of her peoplo being connected probable that our courts are growing averaged 160 lbs. with the business in that State and Flor- blind, instead of Lincoln county growJ. A. Cohen bought in Lincoln couning better, as suggested by the fact that ty, for 1). L. Moore, 500 head of hogs, ida. at Msr.. It. C. Waruk.v, Win. Hera- - there .was ofno felony convictionmay its weighing from 100 to 125 pounds, at M. be, circuit court. That don, K.S. l.ytle and K. 0. Walton went last term Woodford Sun. be present at the but it hcems from this point of observato Somerset Sunday to Foil Sai.k. llolstein-Jerse- y cow. opening of circuit court yesterday. Capt. tion to be more of carelessness than of years old, nice form and will give I gali, bliudnes. There are a number of men lons of rich milk n day. W. W. Lyllerdon says there are threo murder many felonies and misdeineannr that might have been tried and given on, Hustonville. at that court, had any galore to dispose of during the two their , Foil Sue. 100 ewes with lambs, special effort been made. weeks' term. one Southdown buck. All young. No i Mk. B. 11. DaNks has bought out the disease. Call on'or address meat StanCITY AND VICINITY. jewelry and repairing business of Mr. ford. Mepheu Burch. The horse show at Shelby City was It. Y.hw W. B. McHoherts'and will continue it at Fok fiuitsof any kiud go to he bakes cake to the same stand. Mnce Mr. Danks was rather a quiet affair. Only about 10 mer. Kemeinber chat employed in the same store, lie has at- stallions weio present anil the crowd order. tended the Ameiican Horological Insti- hardly justified that number. Mattie II., 2:23, formerly owned by Bokn, to the wife of Capt. It. 1). Thorn-so- tute, Philadelphia, where he secured dion Friday, a girl, weighing 10 ploma and credentials in engraving. He Abe Smith, of Boyle, will be driven th is po'nnds. is an expert in repairs, as all who have season by George Starrs, the m:ui who . gave Direct a record of 2.00. Skk James Frye at Hustonville and tried him can testify, nnd being steady Abe Smith has bred hit. famous is F. M. Wan- at McKinney before you sell and popular, he sine to make a suc- mare, Ella Hopkins, the dam of Geneva cess nf the business. He will begin at your wool. A. T. Nunnelley. . once to dispose of the present stock at S., Mattie 11. and Quinine S., to Axtel have heard of no corn planting reduced ratea to make room for the larg- and a phenomenal may be expected. Wk There iB still Borne of the seed corn yet, but as tho dogwood hasn't blossom- est and hnndsomest line of jewelry ever as brought to Stanford. See his ad in this sent to this office by Hon. D. Edmiston ed nnd the white oak leaves are not for distribution, left. Those who want largo as rabbit ears, the farmers are not issue. to give it a trial can get a quantity by much about it. bothering themselves HoititiiiLK Death. Tom Carter, of calling for it. John H. Ciiaio Son, with Browning, Rowland, brakeman on the Cincinnati Partridge, the plunger, is said to King A Co., New York, and Wanamaker Southern, fell from a train near Lexing- have made over 1500,000 by the break A; Brown, Philadelphia, offer to the ton, Sunday, and had both legs and an in wheat in Chicago Monday. He is trade 2,500 foreign and domestic fabrics arm cut off. The surgeons attempted to now regarded as the controlling influfor men's clothing. Suits made to or- relievo him by operation, but be died ence in the market. during the night. His mothet and wife der. Jack Chititi will not have the joe of went over and yesterday returned with starter at the Garfield Park, Chicago, prevail that it is ilTiu idea seems to the corpse. The deceased was a this season, at $100 a day, as advertised. legal to dun a man on a postal card. clever fellow, but whisky near- George Hankins has turned him down Such is not the case. There is a ly always had the better of him and is is exceedingly wroth with him against making threats and using said to have caused the accident. He and Jack and M. Lewis Clark, both of whom he words calculated to wound or injure the was formerly employed on tho L. A N., ' tender feelings of a debtor, but you can but had not been for some time. He characterizes in bitter terms and against whom hemakeB direful threats of damage dun him as much as you please on a leaves a wife and several children. A dissuits, &c. postal. patch says that not one man in a thout The plant of the Cumberland ValSunday was a lovely Easter day, but sand could have stood tho six or seven had kept hours of agonizing suffering with so ley Spoke Co., at Burnsjde, was burned. the previous bad weather fortitude as did Mr. Carter. His Bpring hatB out of the minds and off the much MlleB' Nerve and Livers PHI majority of the ladies and legs and one arm were amputated and Acton a new principle regulating the liver, heads of the by the Burgeons, when ho ap- stomach and towel thronh the nerves. A new tboBowhowoie them to church wero dressed cure Dr. The parently recovered from the shock and ditcovery. tsute, Mile' Pills speedily constipation. torpid liver, piles, bad tho exception and not the rule. likely bring for a time promised to survive. He was Uoequaled for men, women, children. Smallest first Sunday in May will Fifty doses 35 cents. Sample surest a perfect specimen of physical manhood. mildest, Penny's. at A. R. them out in full force. Stakkoud, Kv April 19. 1892 ed at K. H. .Shanks'. link of Keigler hIiohs juot receiv- IM Bremer Fridav. i iZAnPETS! The UfH" of Stanford aud Invited (o call nnd ve? our fit ARETS! t in I d BU8.Mana(er ounly are sp.ay ol i'n TheGreatOpening Will take place at the New Store under the Coflev House . m CARPETS IN ALL GRADES, from an lugrain tn aa Kn;llh Wilton, with border to rnatrh, Alxi it lraiitifut lino of Ruc 'I hew git'h to In- - fbuud only at Ihp ( ah Ilupain NorcatwhutVMleprlev JONES.frR. 5 ' tH'. nrtir-tirnll- MYdq Notice Having h i.),t Mc IE7 ol V II. THIS All-Wool 1 -- One of WEEK the- g 'ki j '"i T m m nt line rlncl Robert, theilruggUt, o'linc out MoV ratea to m ike room d t an rntlic new All jwls artistically I "it the Jt!n m ftand FINEST DISPLAYS Of Dress Goods and Trimmings ever opened, consisting f Jlack Goods in Silk Warp; and Wool-FillinHenrietta-- . Whip Cords, Striped Bedford Cords, Cheverons, Crcpons and everything new, both in Wool and Silk mixtures Wash Goods of every Weave! Irish Point I. aces, Tinsels, Jets, Braids, Passamentaries and Lining Silks in :,i Engraved FreeofCharge -0. rth-da- y Ivd-di- n ay-st- s Watches, Clocks t.i p y f ' In All the New Shades.. The Jadics should not fail to see our. Wash Goods and the gentlemen will do a great wrong in not looking at our stock of Clothing, Shirts, Hosiery, Shoes, &c, and for ladies and children's Shoes vc we are now headquarters. Come before the stock is broken. ' ' Mc-Kinn- Jewelry Thoroughly Repaired on Shortest Notice. to-da- JT. B. H. DANKS. Commissioner's Sale Valuable S. HUGHES. SPRING CLOTHING,! OUR STOCK F.Ik-har- t, l: ::i Town Property. Garr ,nl Circuit W'adr 11 la-bo- ra suit, At Plaintiffs, agalntt Pattic 1rnll, c , DtfiniUntu Ily virttioof a judgni nt of the Garrard Circuit Court at lt term, iS.jj.ln thialovp Mjltd Ac . Wilkir'a Widow, furt IS .COMPLETE "; m I 111 on And we can show as nice an assortment as the people have m Wednesday, Juno ! 15, 1892, high--- school-house- outbuilding; and pptetidid ail kinds Tract No. a contain i Acre. Tract No. t contain 157 Acre. 'Ihc thte.' Tract will Tj' tirt nlferial separately and then a a uhol and the bid or bid accepted that will ifaUif the rtrn- -t mom Aim at filename time and place the following l.ot No. lotnlu KirLsNllle, Madlon loutity, Kv upon which three Is u i cuntaiaiuc iy, A dwelling houw with Kni splendid of all kludi A re, upon which there I Lot No. a contain houfc a Inrcc ti-tur- y Lot No cuntulns j Atre Trm The s.ilc will b" rnjdi on A irrTMtotC and ia months, tl i purchavr bi Inj required to exyable to the ecute bond with approved security Master Cortmlnlonir, having the force andrffect of n judgment, upon which execution may lxue If not paid ut maturity, and bcurinc o per cent Inter-e- t from da of sile until paid and with a lien retained upon the property u udditlnnal vctirlty for R. A. 11URNMDL, tho purcnao' money d Master Com'r l.arrard Clrcut Court. with Rnod one-sto- of bidder at publl' Wadoll Walkrrin Oarrard Countr, Ky.thofol-lowiu- s Tract i of Land and Ton Projxrty, viz. Tract No I containing zj; Acre, upon which y brick dwelllnc-houithere i an el cant iipw two-tore, oMnclc v m r IliexraUiut m11 to the ""tcr at the lito home-tea- d t Ever Seen in Stanford. All Styles and Colors of t 1 1 r'. Cassimeres, Worsteds and Home-Spun- s. ''f3 ' '1 Please Examine and Price Them. M'ROBERTS -- & dealt:k in- - HIGGINS.' 15-t- $500 WANTED, At 8 Per Cent. Interest, On a note due In an months, sisni-- and Indorsi'd by real estate by three Kid farlie and worth three times the abose amount Will di. 8 per cent on his count no that partv can male 14 uione) Inquire at Interior Journal office. . WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY ""All work robtT fenzel , s car-loa- d REPAIRING NEATLY AND PROMPTLY DONE. warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty . I will take old gold or silver in exchange or goods a 1 two-hors- e For Salo 6 I Twenty Building Lots In the corporate limits o Rbwhnd. HI. DARST. Rcwland Courier-Journa- 1872. 1892. The Vulcan Chilled Plow, The best Chilled Plow made. Braced Mold-Board, Orchard, Lawn, Garden. Immense stovk of Fruit and OiiumciiUl Trees, Prices small Fruit. Shrub. Vint and Plant low, We have no aent and our profit cease where theirs becin Ueneral aud Strawberry Catalogues 011 application to II. V If 1 I.KNMEYFR, LexinKton, Ky 7 1 Patent Point. No strain on the best material. v point-bolt- ; made of . '. Has Latest Improvements. Satisfaction guaranteed, '$ y - cas-'c- IFREE. e Rei'kkkxcks; J. H. McAlister, D. B. Stagg, J. B. McKinney, Story of nj Win. Beck, Chas. Dawes, Jeff Hill, Bowen Givcns, Frank Haydcn, This delightful Journey from the BALTIC to the' Hollis Carrier, John Cash, K. H. Jones, Jas. Bibb, A. C. Cowan, H. DANUBE Portrayed in 38 Chaptorsj C. Drye, Bowen Gover, Geo. Benedict, etc. For sale by . and 12 Graphic Illustrations, by T Charles Augustus Stoddard. ftiSXFl V A n, "WE ARE RIGHT IN IT" L)sN a H - i t Rnnnrl In Rlrh Cloth.' 4 i Decorated with Gold Eagles.' FREE to Every New Subscriber toj -t- hei i I NEW YORK OBSERVER, Z In bulk and package. Northern Seed Potatoes, Onion Sets; Brand New Slock of Steel Goods, Roes, Rakes, Spading Grub and Sprouting Hoes, &c. See our guaranteed solid steel Hoe .' for 25c. Most anything you want in Shelf Hardware. Large stock ol Buggy, Wagon, Stock and Riding Whips, bought di rcct from factory. 1 .1' 'the foremost Family Religious News'J $ JOne book and one new subscriber, Two books and two new subscribers, , paper, r lorlts, Shovel's, Picks, Mattocks, !l in $3,00. j ; $5,00. SlUiCIMKN COI'IES I'Rl'.K. JNEW YORK OBSERVER,; 37 and 38 Park Row, NEW YORK. MoZZXTZTX? BROS. .GO TO 1 ji ' f ;' good-hearte- d, Scientific American Afcney for M iVi ".',1 pro-visio- n sH isV JiH T sm w' W km U' sm.i M ' "Model Gioccry" for v . BiiiiiiiK "?Va For information and free ITandbook write to MUNN A CO- - Ml HltdADWAT. NW YOHK. Oldeat bureau for securing patent In America. Krery patent taken out by na la broiif ht befnro Ibe public by notice cUea free of charge la tuu DATiari, niaina aiTkvTJ enrvmoHTi. ate. H N. Y. Seed Potatoes, Red and White Onion Sets, 'Sii 1 . bilious-nes- s, Larcest elrruUtlon of any celentlflc paper In the world. Splendidly Illustrated. Mo Intelligent man ahould ba without It. Weekly, S.Htt year; IL66 alx months. AddreM MU.N.N X CO, tCMUBHUis. JQ Broadway, New York. Landreth's and Ferry7 s Garden Seeds in Bulk ana ra?.kaes; also Hoes and lialies. K , ' - ( . . 1 1A.4- - . x "Li. -. u Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal T FOR THE BENEFITOF THE PEOPLE. Published Every Tuesday and Friday The Monon Route Makes a $5.50 One Way and $11 Round Trip Rate From Louisville to Chicago. 0L7 With tho usual liberality for which the Monon Route is renowned, they ofpant $2,50 still be chargedIO fer the public a rate of $5.50 one way and sTWheil n.it $11 round trip from Louisville to Chicago. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. These rates entitle passengers to flret-cl- as passage aud give them tho priviTrain leases Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning lege of tho elegant Pullman Vestihuled at 3:10 p. m Sleepers, tho superb Pullman Palace L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Buffet Chair Cars aud the latest itnprov-lligMtil train going North (1 ja Pm Back, Plush Seat Coaches, which " ," " South ,34pm Etpress train " South titam are used onlv bv this line. Tho entire " North 235 am trains, leaving Louisville daily at 7::0 Laeal Freight North 6 5Qam South- 511pm a. m., and 7:40 p. M., run through solid , The tatter trains also cutty passengers. The above iscalculated on ltindard time. Solar from Louisville" to Chicago without ont. ,..... time it about jo minutes faster, IIUU JU.Q DUVII UUM i;UIUt. iW li.ia ntTiira filtr.it rvrtrtil Ub gives as low rates commo(lation8; no line QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. or quicker time than the Monon. Now Trains pass Junction City as lollows: South Hound No, 5 at u 38 a. m. ; No 1, u 40 is your chance to get a cheap trip to the p. m.; No. 1, ; 07 p No. . local, arrises at World's Fair City by the beet line. For 157: p. m. North Hound No S leaves at j'to a. m. ; No. 4 further particulars call on or write to local 3:20a. m ; No 1, o; p in; and No. a at V. G. Crush, Dist. Pass. Agent, Louis3:40 p. m. ville, Ky. S3 PJOR VJS,YU IX uX v li T I 111 1 For Boils, Pimples scrofulous sores, eczema, and all other take blood diseases, carbuncles, Ayer'sSarsaparilla It will relieve and cure dyspepsia, nervous debility, and that tired feeling. A New York girl says ot tho waltz: No one wnltz, oven 'when danced with the same partner is exactly tho .same. It is always a new sensation. Tho music is not in the same key, and the waltz does not touch the same chords of one's soul. If I dance 20 waltzes in the evening I have '20 different thrills of pleasure. With one partner, it is a io't, in sidious measure; with the next, a leng and!', languorous movement; with the third, more of a hop, that gently jars the Has Cured Others will cure you. :. ' t ffflrOT Office A. S. PRICE, SURGEON DENTIST. McKoberti ' f on Mam street, o'ter V. D. . DriTg Store, Stanford. brain into a delicious, dreamy forgetful-nes- s; while fourth cavalier, with heroic tread, bears you away with strong and vigorous rhythm into still another world. The lights of this go out, you loe consciousness, but you feel no dread as you lie within those herculean arms, like a chi'd rocked to sleep in his father's embrace. Your feet aro no longer on tho earth. It's a cerestial rotation out into space, and when lyou alight on earth acaiu you feel liko a tired bird stopping from a long flight. posed to auy distiositiou I might chooso to mako of my own effects, nnd rprtnin. ly I have a right to cousider my body my own." "Science, common sense, tho public welfare and every consideration of duty to osterity," remarked tho man with tho cigar, "point to cremation as inevitable. It is as buro to eoino somu dnv as" "Gentlemen." broko in n man who had been standing by tho stove, "1 can't keep silent any longer! If von havo no regard for tho body that has been the abiding placo of your own immortal soul don't ontrapo all tho feelings of thoso who have! Don't lly in tho face of sacred usage. Would you have our cemeteries turned into corn fields, brickyards or howling wildernesses? In tho name of all that is hallowed, tender and time honored, do not, I beg of you, gentlemen, do not encourage an idea so horrible and revolting ns that of cromation!" "Who is he?" iunuired tho man in tho mackintosh, after the last seakor had gono out. "Don't you know him?" said the man with his feet on the table. "That's tho tombstone manufacturer." Chicago Tiibuno. Gar-linghou- your friends are not." "My friends are mostly persons of I don't think they would be opsen&e. agent for Tho Central Kentucky Hedge I a Candidate for Circuit JudKe in tba nth Fence Co., ol Lancaster, and offer the services of object to tin action of Undemocratic party I will deliver Ice every morning in Stanford and cremation." both myself and the Company to the cititeotof "Just a? lief bo reduced to a haudful Lincoln county. I am spry thankful for lhr lib?, Rowland at one cent per pouud or uty cunt per hy lair wvk. of ashes, put in an urn, set on tho mantel- - al patronage received and hope in need dealing to hundred. All accnuuts due Jlast of each HUM!, Farmers of a good AM EM P. merit a continuance me at the Myers House in Stanford pieco and labled, would you?" inquired fence will find Stanford, Ky, fa a Candidatn lor Commonwealth's Attorney on each County Court da . 1110 man wmi tits teot on the table. this tho 13th Judicial District, subject to the aiin M W.JOHNSON. lion of this Democracy "Certainly. What difference would it Salc-- A mako to me? When I ntu done with my Branch Jellico Goal Co. Douy l m done with it. Tho sooner it is ror m4kinK either brandy nr hisky. Tubs, hulls and Worinx mm.) n.. Miners and shippers of the GENUINE T. I. reduced to iU original elements tho bet five Lexington pike, f'ost Is a Candidate for Coin rronwealth's Attorney, sub m,rle,r.e'l,! ter. Tlunk of tho horriblo" Marksbury, Ky. jectto the action of the Democratic parly, in any l0.im Judicial District to which Lincoln couuty may le consider wliat is duo to tho liv Assigned ing, interrupted tho man in tho slouch Try it We are the sole agents for Stanfoid and Rowland Office corner ot Depot street and railhat. "If you aro indifferent ns to what becomes of your woru out hulk it nmv lw roadb crossing. KOWLAND, KV. IIIGGI.NS AJWATTS I am Di-trl- Tn Ofitcomei of n DUrutslon. "So f.tr as I am concerned," observed tho man In tho mackintosh, "I bellevo In 2 TO THE FARMERS. "If ICE I ICE 1 1 II. T. NOEL JOHN W. HUGHES S. OWSLEY, 9;-6- For Falls Distillery, J. JR., "uut Original Jellico Coal. THE SHELT0S HOUSE. lis. a yxivmm7ma Dealer In Tills House has been refilttd throughout; has Dll. W. B. PENNY, Dentist. A LIVERY ATTACHED. Transient custom solicited oSoiy J. W CAKKIIR, Prop Foreign and Domestic Fruits Confectioneries, Ac first-clas- OrSce South side Main strmM, in oflice recently vacated by Dr. I. r" Muffiuan, Sunford, Ity. s baker and ran lurnish lias S; read. Cakes and the like on short notice. with htm a HOTEL AND SALOON AT ROWLAND LAND FOR SALE. Suty five Acres ol Splendid Land, EGGS FOR .HATCHING. I offer for sale privately rar Iramo Hotel and situated tty miles, trom atanioru, on Shclsy City turnpike. Saloou al Kowland, which are now rentine at Joj Apply . to me at per month. It is centrally located and a tine point adjoining Mrs. K. Jones lor business, being at a termini point on a dlvis-io- n of the I. KN Stanford, Ky HUGH ItEII) Ithatgood well, stable, coal house and other outbuUdiiif .. Adtlrrta 1 Mk.x MAKYcVkRKILL, Stanford FOBS1A.LE. J. H. HXLTOIT, From the following standard varieties White Cochins (Mitchells strain; White riymoth Kocka strain; White Leghorns (Knapps Jlawkins strain. Fowls separately yarded; eggs warranted pure. Price $1 p er of i) W M..SIIUC.AKS, l.utater, Ky i. Dealer in General Merchandise, XiUmoer U IlSI J f 'ZsgHgsstssstststssl ana umngies. GO TO. EABP, ASi'ue AHTJST, photo-graph- To have jour photographs made. You will find that lie will always treat you right andcltc ou satisfaction. Remember he makes pictures of all s the different sires, csen from the smallest up to a life sire portrait in crayon, water colors and pastells. If you have a picture sou want enlargrd.it will pay you to see him betore contracting with any .tie to haxe it made, ns he Is located here and "ill always be here to gU satis y A J KAKP, Stanford, K). faction ui-i- Goods sold for cash only. It gives me pleasure bi state to the public in genersl that I am doing nicety under the Cash System and that the people arc rapidly catching on to the tact that it Is the better system, both for the buyer and wller. They also know that I sell aoods for about a third lets than my comp.tit.rs who do credit business lie member that I keep constantly on hand a splendid astottmentof Dry tioudt, t, roperies. Clothing, Hoots, Shoes. Hals and the like Call in and see my stock., which Is replenished almost dails 57-i- w19sssngssssssPltttWtSSS;' J II. HILTON, Rowland, Ky. NOTICKTOTIIK . . rr ' ; V v j fc.t K tr .."' v r ? , J. Faster, nfStaaforl; , a number f r AKM-- i . r th. Laods.u Lsjm jin Karkt Raid, Lmceln voanly j arm, ar all (U mituvd ccuis.. r aud good J W. HaaaVai, at.aai4i Rtake the leaultsof tho next presidential richlanuN, lunmez iu ic rtotn 501050a Ataaa. Urijargs CoiMd.ii I hats kv.aUiy. their rschaa.a sststf r loven her? the iwue so strongly ed l'i i Boticv furewirnt h.incr, fishermen ami eloption of soil Utecnuvetuencnol turnpike, aastiaal, JMtnar.ll, VeSSl1 other-- Oat to trespai.. on our lauds without roads that bntis; mark.t. rlsjht Io our deor, that Urixg-Ho weut nhopphig with her. in the democratic ranko & that of T Hams. Ltaealsu as all an. b will be prosemted to the full11 aay 01 Uar ai cbcapcf than th j. 8. tlack.r tlaafattst est e t. ut ot the law nae silver. 1 here is a diingtjr signal in -Ihe Mate Tbarc i. siarctly a rurm iu the coun-ia CM. SPOOVAMOOHR ty aver s mlla. frusn a darot A Lackar. UMrist; M tho fort tlfut republicans want this as u I In Lounty is chucked I J. It. UKUCE. rr 3 ! lili turnpikas riutMsui TltoiiMei 15. Sjialtliniz, tin oid and I' P. IMI.Staaftvd. TilOMASC. BALL. me. try direction There 1. nni a iMie rmtd to campaign Uestion in order to avert the wealthy eitlzfii of STKHI.E BAILEY. W. O. Wsskk, Stanford. .Million, is leriiiK tl e couaiy seal that not MsMtusstaasi. A.M. PEI.AND certainty of defeat that would attend a W. haw the Kncxsilla Hraii, li of the . A N. R lW.P.'rta, Staafatd V. OAINKS. It. K. dividinti the county frasn Kaal to Wswt atid tfsa .ytmitfw. Miiore light on the tariff ieMie. KUotrlc Utttera, Delroit lAMrGIVKNS. c h. K K frcHst Nonb to ."suuife. the K. C. Jt. R. 1. S. PHILLIPS. 'flu-- , remedy is becominte trom this olarf. tft Cinntiii.ti ...i..iin iSiaH a. r i Hack or, fteststaai; vell known uidto Free Preen. ANTON KONACKr.K at Wincli.Msir. giving lull to th asarketial John J. W.Uobens, Cashier; fiopuiar a. to nej.d no special inentiosi All who REYNOLD- CLARK the whole world Itcoid.t, we have thraa large Klec trie Hitter hiok the same .ohi; A. A McKianrv, Assskam Casklcr Mi-- s Majigie I)oiiiior, a young lady cV prnisv A purer medicine dues not exist ami it of I'laur Mills in the that give is a market is I r.rl our ruin right at hoatc, and Wie desataa-mento- l HU.'iraiiteod to do all that ,ii cltHmwl l'.lectnc Shelhyville, Ind., who has hcen Iivin Hitters will Cure all the mountain regions ol Kast.rn and ilie.iss of the Liver and K Kantucky bv will remove Pimples, lloils. Suit Uheuut and on do flesh for several months in the and the out-- ct South hy railroads hat created such a demand other affections cnused by impure blood Will hope of thereby curing consumption, .arise .Malaria from the system and present a .ill kinds of cereals and nrosemler thai w.ean F. U. RILEY, Proprietor, .art(y retain enough lor hooicvonsttHiptlsn. all Malarial I'orncureol died of the a few day ago. This well as cure Constipation and Indigestion '1 he people are pnprous, generous and kind Headache, OK S1AMOKD, KV , tr) likc-tri- c - - believitt 111 ChrisiMttiiy and educatioi I'here lesiiltheeniB to show the iueilicacy of Hitters Kntirc su ti.f.iction ifaur.inteed or is nat a ueiahtiorhood in the county but lias a la new fully organised and muney refunded and Si per bottle ready for busmen with one naunMting prescription, but I ho be- A It Penny's druKstor u gnoa ssi. rui ami scnooi 1 have moved to my new Hotel and am bettei Stanford, the county seat uf Lincoln, is a prosprepared than ever to accommodate the public. lievers in it pernio that the patient did Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. perous little illy of about 8,so inhab.tauls and is .Good Livery attached and every cons enience de- not CD AWondor Worker. resoit to it goon enough. the great drway fiom the North and Norlh-ea- .t Surplus, . sired. Glte me a call. 19,000.' Mr Prank Huffman, a young in.iu of Hurling South and from the Northwest to .southeast FRANK RU-E.77 ton, O., stltes that hsrh.id been under the care ol and standing as it does gaiing right into the Itos-o- sX'CCKSSOIt to .2. Tjo hoys at Janesville, Wis, have two prominent physicians ami used their treatTIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL of Ike ..rules eloped iiioiintailis of .Soiitl.ej.tern HANK OK SrANr-OUHKentucky backed up by the wholn llluetlravs been notified that a lease for !)!) years ment until he wus not able to get urouijd. 'I bey prououiued his cae to bv Consumption and Incuregion ol the Mute with railroads running lliroiiih Now. hxiug upl with Ihe same astelsatid under given by one of their ancestors on cer- rable. He was persuaded to try Dr, King', New hi. same management. 11 to an points ot t tie compass, makes il natural!) I y provisions or its Discovery .Vsul one of the best located towns In the .South for A"L. chatter, depositors are a, tain property in Harlem, X. V., i,as L.x. andut that for Consumption, Coughs and Colds fully protected as ai depo.ltor. in National time wa not able to walk across the fT -rj manufactures and other enterprises of magnitude Water Works aie Mow being agitaiid nnd right Hanks, its shareholder, being held individually piled and that they are now entitled to street without resii.ig. He found before he had TrI used half of a dollar nottle that lie was much betabout Ihe town about ' of a mile liable to the e.teni of the amount of their stock C Ky" i . the property. Its value is estimated at ter; he continued to use it and is enjoying there could be erected Water Works with very therein at the par s alue thereof, in addition to the . i ' HI tie co--t that would supply it rity of lyi.noo ingood health. If you have any tliro.it, lung or imount invested in such share, It may net tc.ooo.ooo. chest trouble try it. 'I rial bottle free at A R nmi.tr-tu- r. habitants with the purest and best witter in the ""tee, Ac, .fully sn mdiwdual Penny sdrug store world Our little city hit been newly rebuilt in Tti those who entrusted their buitmes, Ihe last few yearsand Us business bouse, ard resrora number of yeiirs I have l.m suoi.-c- t to sio to us I or years the editor ol tliu Iiurlington idences will compare with larger cities of greater SrJrU miuinK he Lincoln National Hank ol Junction, lent attacks of inflammatory rheumatism, Our merchants and tradesmen aie pretentions Benerajly lasted at.ul two months. On thewhich Mu., Post has been subject to cramp colic or fits of ' we !Te ,le,e tt'"lerour many thtnks and all prosperous and doing well We have two trust they imiigesuon, wmen prottruieu nun tor Hours and continue to transact their business of thi, month I was attacked in th knee und il unfitted him for banks with a capital stock ol $100,000 that are with us, as a guarantee for prompt attenthree days. severely for two when I orocurl .. For the past for business been two orChamberlain's tion to same, our ..... . year he has prosperous and in .1 good condition. using bottle ol Chamberlain', Pa'ln' llalm and i jv... r.i,ti relieved Colic, Cholera and Diarrhua Remedy whenever Banking and as liberal accommodations as ICIICC m We have splendid si hools. We base a female me almost muintly. I therefore are m.t chwrfullv occasion required and it has invariab'y giseu hint HKEANOSTOK.M wuh sound banking. College, a large brick building, with over 100 pu recommend it t.i those who Am similarly afflicted ,. 1. us in attendance and under the prliu .palslup ol rellel. aj and jo cent bottles for s lie by froinpt ?'rof. J M, Hubbard, is in L.Hourne, Druggixt and Optician, StanlltKtCTOKS: i flourishing condiKb. 18S8 Mr Whitley is a very prominent man ford, Ky. J J. Williams, Ml Vernon; tion. We alo have a Seminary tlut is a good ii this place and his dlMa.c , ery . tchool, with Prof II P lilakemanal its head We known, u, he, ulTered such severe paln.-- W. Kepreienting J. Al Hall, Slanlord; ( Havintr removed my Karber Snon to the Com haveone uf ihe oc,t Public School building, it. Hou.lon .V Co., niirchantj.Mattindale, X. C. .C merctsj Hotel, I am J. S, Oivslvy, Stanford ; this section of the State, with over ioq puptl, in D Conn., of Opl!f?aKSf7rdDKyMattendance, and with other good private schools, S.J. Kmbry, Stanford ; t you see stir school facilities are excellent. Accommodate Ladies Manchester, of Manchester, i B. Lynn, Stanford; We have elegant church biiilnings, representing When Bab waa ilck, wo ca?e her Castorla. as well Gentlemen, A. W. Carpeuter, Mllledgevillej every denomination, with a full Corps 01 i.ilnl.ters nuckUn'a Arnica Salve, When sh waa a Child, ahe cried for Castorla. offias class talent and are doing a belter business J. K.Haughman, Huitonvillej Co. of Ntarth America, " la anstVncg they may wisk la my line, Chil- - OMCubk.M,?tln. lUe 'r0''11 l0r tli"- than rsasy oJas 0,1 men in the city. Wsvtn aha became Miss, sho clung to Castorla. J. K. Cash, Stanford; also waited on. Call name. I have tried to make this chapas teuer. ped hands, chilblain... mm. or". i, -Companies. I would without nnv exaggeration or statement a, facts, All of which are William GoochA.Stanlord, Ky coloring, When she had CUliirea, tdio gave thorn Castorla. tion.and posittvely cure, pife.r'oo be pleased to wait on my friends in this line. Pol. who know will bear nu out, und thoso who thosa .11. Shanks, President. wish ed. ItisKuaranteedto srivt perfect .ausfactioc" icies promptly issued. Wilt insure against tornato buy pleasant home, at lair price, and locate or money refunded, does, wind storms and liithtnlnj Lightning claus- nmong'a good people with all the best surroundJ. H. Owsley, Caihl InJCommerclil lintel. Vor tat. ' A. R. Penny, StfnlVrd, A" P es attached without additional charge. W. M. llright, Teller ings would do well to call and see mo before pur Office at First National Hank, .Stanford. hating elsewhere I s J n K Castle A Tub Way to Smash the Thims. If l.tuhtm Fancy Goods, Fruits, And offer the services of It to the public Congress is in earnest in its warfare Ilrand Nuts, Cigars new vehicles and Iron blooded hnrtet make my Candies ' against trusts, it can settle the hash of stable compile with DENTIST. Aud jSa'co in the ity' sugar trust in short order by repeal-in- s The Country. in Is mown? to the Higgins office, Lancaster street. the Nitrous Oxide Gas given for psinless ettracting, the duty on refined sugar. Thi duJWe me a c.l. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. P W (.RI.hN, Proprietor f ty of cent a pound goes into the A I. HURN. Manager Thtt he also kre; s the che.ipevt stock ot iiockets of a baker's do.en millionaire M. CRAIG, and is of no use to anyone else. If it is DR. repealed there will be real competition LIVERPOOL. Homeopathic Physician, in the sugar trade and the Go,000,000 of ' STANFORD, Vegetables, &c , and that he exchanges all kinds KENTUCKY. of goods for llacoo, Mutter, Iiggs, PoUtrxrs, American conMiiners will get the benefit Office Hourselt. , lor width he pays the STANFORD, KV , io to u a m.; to 3 p, ni.; 8 to of 13AUBEK&CASTLEMAN the competition. As it is now they m. ,'p. Olhce on Lancaster street, oppoilecourt-hoiise- . pay the t duty on every pound Highest Market Prices. MWAC.KKS, A Map r CIiIviiko. of sugar used for the solo benefit of th Goods delivered anstshi're in the city and his daiCoramerce Building, Louisville. Chicago Lady Wero you ever in Chily trip made In Rowland. few holders of Bugar trust certificates. Tint Hotel, renovated and refurnished, it now cago? Ageiits throughout the South In tuy charge and intend to conduct II so as to Congress will make no mistake in legisLittle .Miss Gotham Xo, ma'am, but not only maintain lis high reputation, but to add lation for the Go.OOO.OOO insteads of little I've seen a map of it in my g'ography. to its long lilt ol friends, bpecial accommoda, I can supply the families of Stanford and tions for commercial travelers midline rooms fur wilh home made Ice at k cts. per 100 pounds; groups of sugar millionaires who could Chicago Lady Ah, yes, of course. W. A. TSIBBLE, Local theditpluy of samples, less than that amount at one cent per pound, and - manufactured Ice Was it a largo mat)? all assemble in a very small room. at 7s cuts per mo pounds or i STANFORD. KV A cents for smaller quantities. Ice delivered every Philadelphia Times. Little Mis Gotham Xo, ma'am, je morning. I call eclal attention to the John Bre' a little round dot. Good Xows. 1.. Ileer, for mer llreMing C Celebrated I As Aignre fur the beneht of the creditor, of J And IIII LlARDand POOLROOMS attached. which I am agent. Wilt furnish in eithc keg or JOSKPII COfKKY Mat. Philips I idler for sale private!) a Irit j( Tiik Latest Kxccse for a 1.ensio. v rite lor price.. itsst .bottle, Land in Lincoln county A KeislUt. NATIONAL BANK ' t3tf E. JIRKMKK. Stanford, Ky Charles Gengold, 'residingon the moun-tiiLOCUST UROVK' mrmv Kraheck 1 OK STANFORD, K near Middletoirn, has been awarded postoflico order,say, old chappie, got a 315 eh? a pension of $72 per month during the 'I his Harm is well improscd and well svaten-Grapir AchI hero my mother sends MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, well remainder of his life, with back pay of me 200 marks and 1,000 kisses. I should The dwelling house is commodious and wuuldbuilt Capital Stock- mII ik ing susceptible of an rnsy divllon, I FOR SALE $20,770.40. This is the largest pension havo been a thousand times better in parcel., one parcel containing lyi acre., un Ihodnelling huuie Is rltuale. and the other 1 lie finest Farm and richest .ml in Lincoln co , Surplus Corner Main and Depot Streets, 18,500 that we know of that has been given to pleased if it had been tho other wav which 105 acre. n which the Improvement, arc not ut comprising .so acres ol Land, situa- K'xl I .iKi otfer lor Hilethe any veteran in this section. Gengold is about. Lustigo Blatter. icu witnin two miles ol Mtmord, Ihe county seal Kentucky. Stanford, of Lincoln Attention of Ihe put.ln is invited to the fac Piotitrd by thn Shelby City turnpike a lunatic aud his mental derangement is tho only to hianford ami Rank tuiti- Brick House and Lot in Lancaster and accessible onethe the best Stock Danville tn the! thai this is provisionsNational Nationalm Stanfoid Has just returned frum the cities where she The Altnntu;; of l liotl. Wke. This is Lnder the of of the Katm. Hank Act bought an elegant stock of Spun, (ioods, which stated to have resulted from a shock and is in a bih atnl of cult! depositors art seemed not only hy tht capital Midtreas V.. MrRoherts as a dnig .tore, never saw such a fearful Now occupii I by resion shois justly preml to liow. She mutes all the caused by the death of his father, who looking kitchen. How do you manage sution Abundance of water lor all purtxiies slock, but by the stockholder, liability lor an ladies to sec them, whether Ihey buy or not No and Soil is fertile and is suitable for tho growing of amount equal te the stixk. ta depsutors trouble to show goods. was shot war at his son's side. to accumulate o many dirty dishes? henp, Two Vacant Lots in Same Block, IncMSed tobacca. corn and wheat. Tha land It K, ,! . institution . are setuicd "" athat of tii.R--of fund ; . . taihst u can bj divided and Iwonne rive .worn statements nlthecnditL.,i r !.. l,.i. 'hi'B'.er. X. Y Xewa. Cook Sure, mum, H10 young leddies Farms made 1 he imprstemenU are a large . ml trt iiLdetMchyrartathe United States governOnssbuti the lioua was just aftor showing 1110 as how thoy w i.in of the i.niHt lot. resnffy liurnol P.i. rawmtpillcois dwelling, a ciiuumcni stock barn, ment and ut awels are taoiirdat staled times cHen immedUtt'l) 011 People who arc putting up a continu- roasts u potato at their cooking schools. conipllsm e with termi f le The Immi" irntit Ac the bait of fruit of all luids. etc for by.eiivernment ssrnt., thn. smuiui; addittlona ml perfect .afrly to d.tWMtsira. aa.pl to It II. JONKS. Stanford. HUSTON V1LLE, KY., eU for this )ear, Iwt the ptuclwMf wilt b eillttli-ous howl for free silver and nioro money Harper's Bazar. This institution, oric'n.llr Ii JONUS, J. lh ri nt time "I purvhav. li p,MM.iinIrora the Llttcnln County rnrsn will l)epoit lUtHkaf Sl.Biur.' us ..labll.hed s. the O V pJtl.KY, Phvilt would do well to turn over in their of then Dealer in Groceries, Hardware, f . an,l ' Ntinal Hank ol sunford m given tt ol September siest .! " Apropos tlio .bollt.ilrc. minds the assertion of the rshinaelite, a the lirst Nnimaal Hank r, I Terra. ctudi; tb rearaliidet In eqntl (Juecnsw jre, l.laswaie, Cutlery, table and Massltm! its isli, has had practically so installment, of i .in. w months. baanssK Jennie Is there any tot hy which vno Ueorgia paper, that if thu money in the u.ii.i.i pocket. Harnutsatid Confectioneries Ut'SSff. ruttltd esistcs.ee of )eai- - It is better sopph.J inlei est and m Butuil'lc. can acortain th geuuiueutss of a d Alo handles .Melme I'lciw., Chilled and Stec-- Cul- country amounted to hundreds of g B""ifa,irt M. C SAUPLBY. 1 rif L. . . tivator-. Double Shovel. Corn Planters Iluckcye withont cutiulting a jeweler? Alsy of millions, the man with uothintr AGENT hovwsfsttl. areerwh ..rr 1,(1ofits iu loug and j barrel ( CORN, two atsveka of REAL (me him a trial in Ac, mint, Mowers and Hinder rornaratna. .,.. Aliuiiiw Cousin Bob nays j on can ilnd HAY und n SlIOA I S for ato pHv.itely. sane, arms sad iniiivul...l r..un..,.- r ' ' led leirable Parm of io to exehangB for it would still fret noth- out by soaking it. but never thought to Ky. T?rD T1i1ArP . Acre, on Crab Orchard ing without stealing it. . Jb lliiN The Iir, tory al this Bjnk is cetapasx al ask him in what. lndiHnnnolu Jonrnstl. 11 Miller. (70 pikg, 4 mikyi from Stanford. W. r. First-clas- R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. one-hal- JOHN - .... v It takes a great deal to disturb thu even tenor of certain well ordered and sereno minds, in illustration of which the following incident is given: An old lady living in a certain New England village was going down a flight of back stairs when tho fell and went rolling to tho very bottom of tho stairs, where sho burst open tho door and came rolling out into tho kitchen. Her servant girl, Jane, screamed in affright, and various ntemlwrs of tho family camo miming into tho kitchen, breathless with alarm. Before any of them could 6peak a word tho ohi lady lifted hors-elto a hitting position on tho tloor and, holding one Gnger up warningly and sniiiiug at tho nir, said calmly: "Jane, tin biscuits in tho oven aro burning and I know it!" Wide Awake. f Serrultj-- , TRAVELING I DON'T TTOTJ That KNOW latest satiety of PUBLIC. Orders for Dealer tti fie at.e Cattle, Sheep Solicited II 1 . a WIJLI.IA.1I MORELANW, and Hoes ." har opened in conneclun with my Hotel, the JESSE . WEAKEN MYERS HOUSE, . A Keeps the nicest, the best and fcth and JeJlir S..mAW" l1"0"'.-"''-Slsnfofd. to Ih, buyer K. Olficr at Ihe.Myet, House ? Stck and .7l.CC I) ipeculty. r .... .......fc . uiinrauove Uescnlx-.- Uncli rrinai nstti mj..tss ocallouor address in e An esperletice .f fifteen i'lhi.kVh',i.b,,,i"'. ' I''""' to d ""'" IJveryStablc, the I DON'T FORGET Best ROYAL OF Insurance Company,, Staple Groceries, And Provisions, THE GOFFEY HOUSE 11 half-cen- JOSEPH COFFEV,Iro'r. 1 XCE &3TP BEEK. icin-it- y ASSIGNEE'S SALE REAI ESTAX.X;. Acres. Aont, 'I First-Class!Salo- on .( n FIRST Containing: STOCK FABM! lllue-(.rass Milliner and DrcssIaker ----- S200.000 It-- i 1 11 IHc-(..ra- 87-i- in-th- c . a W. C. GREElTIlTa, tvi-r- r , tulnr-matK- l V . I I Oro-thi- rd I II. T. S'iit I I I !. 1 dlu-mon- thou-Min- ds a'-o- 7- -J Ult I I 1 ESTATE Stanford, .i. ..,.. ., 1 have POSTED. Sit-ne- It would be th folly 'of madnesH to . iion ' I'ruof Coiintii.lsei. Do yon thJnk that Roblnaon , very ,1111c i l t'. 'I he tft-nli- sn op-j)os- Clrk Rvlw. ctt-aat- -r ' ( t ace, THE RILEY HOUSE. (oiiih-easter- u di-ea- se 3 London, Kentucky. B J, " W cs iiltils lr Farmers Bank&Trnst Co. Pr-ce5- oc 1 " iSr$ iue. m . fc. ErStsiGL IT it J'. 1 three-fourt- to-d- iuf-feie- J. II. HAlTGIIMAN, off-ri- ng iiin. V con-tistc- ut 8 INSURANCE AGENT, Hartford, Prepared to lUm' ,.i as l" Eng. Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, Ins. Hartford, JESSE THOMPSON, .; " . ,,?. S 95-i- yr i - 'i