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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892042601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi Weekly Interior VOL. XX. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. DANVILLE. Journal NO. 17 STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. APRIL 26.1892. CRAB ORCHARD. DEATH'S DOINGS. & Mr. James L. Yantis, who was shot Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Nichols are visitGive.ns. It is with a deep and sinTin rii!is nr llftvlll- - the broken last week, Is thought to be improving cere feeling of sorrow that we tecord the of tlm pub- ing friends in Rockcastle this week. rock removed from the centre Mr. nnd Mrs. Peter Cillcher have ' slow I v. death of Mr. Sowell W. Givens, which lic square ami placed on the tets. The church Hiipper on Friday was occurred at S a. m, yesterday of Bright's ices will be held Ht named their twin boys Ralph and Ru- -' Coiiiinunloii sen HAVE- the grandest success yet. The proceeds disease, of which he had long Buffered,) tlio Presbyterian churOh next .Sunday. dolph, ' will be $00. Miss Mattie Duke writes her father. were about but which did not assume an acute form The usual preliminary herviees -- Mrs. Lucind.i Stephenson fell Suntill Wednesday last. Mr. Givens was held on Thursday nnd Friday evening. Col. Win. Duke, that hail stones as large ' Ernest, the youngest eon of Thomas as lion egs fell last week, at Lee Sum-- day morning ami fractured her hip. It in his "2d year and was the last of the Is feared she will have a right serious family of brothers and sisteis, all of, Ball, died Saturday morning anil was mlt, Mo. time getting well on account of her ex whom were excellent citizens and chris-- j A base ball game between the Ceil-buried in the Lancaster cemetery Sunday afternoon. The services were con- tre College nine and the Danville nine, treme old age, she being up in the eigh- tlan people. In early life lie was mar- ried to Miss Mary Carpenter, who sur-- 1 ducted by Hev. Amos Stout, of the Bap- played Friday, wna won by the Danville?; ties. OF.1 to 0. Mr. S. P. Tatuiii visited his Bister at vives him, and a number of children Bcoro tist church. "Spanish Peasants" is a beautiful Corbin, returning home Saturday. Dr. blessed the union, of whom the followThe recent cold weather, together with preparation for farming, have kept picture in water colors by Mrs. W. L. W. S. Beazley came home from Corbin, ing are living: Mrs. Green Lee Surber the people of the country ftoui coining Welsh. It is on exhibition in E. II. Sunday, where he'had been during tho and Misses Ella, Gatewood, Flora and pant week practicing his profession. Mr. Bird!0, and Messrs. George C, Woolfork, to town to Inspect the spring goods nnd Fox's show window. Mr. J. K. McUoodwin started to Will Beazley went to Corbin Friduy Luther B. and B. W. Givens. To them consequence patronize our merchants, In of which business is dull. We look for Martinsville, I ud:r Saturday, to try the night to relievo Mr. Will Pettus in tho aud to the companion, who for 60 many better things when the sun peeps out baths therv for rheumatism. He was ac- store. Mr. Pettus camo home Satur-'da- years Bunred in his joys and his sorrows, wo tender the sympathy of the public, from under the clouds and the real companied by his brother, Mr. Eugene Ever seen here. We The Crab Orchard band was out which held the deceased in the highest McGoodwin. spring-timarrives. Allen, of Missouri, John Jt.iughman. the colored man Saturday night and all the ladies in esteem. e do not suppose that a finer Iteprcsentative refened to in Tuesday's issue, was tried 1 States ville were treated to music rich gentleman, a politer, more upright and Illustrates the frailty of political of ii railroa coach, by telling of a before Judge McFerran and a jury, found and rare. Not only did we have music honorable citizen ever lived than Mr. weather beaten American citizen, who to be of unsound mind nnd sent to the by the band, but the vocal music was Givens. Ail who knew him speak in very much enjoyed and we were a little his praise and his neighbors and closer was standing on the platform while the Anchorage Asylum. Mr. Win. F. I,ambert, well remem- astonished to kuow our young gentlefriends are unstinted in their commentrain was running about 50 miles an In this paper, so Btaud on the platform," bered as n popular clerk at tho Gilcher men sang so well, as we never hear any dation of him who filled every walk aud hour. "Can't "What in hades House several years ago, was married of them sing in church. Come now, requirement of life as befitted the true said tho conductor. are platforms for, any how?" asked the Thursday evening last in the parlors of boys, and when you go to church, which man that he was. For years a member .A-nsriD man. "Platforms are not made to stand St. Charles Boddomeo church, Louisville, you always do, bo sure to sing. By the of the Christian church, he walked in on," replied to Miss Mollle Gambrell. Rev Father way, we now have a nice lot of young the footsteps of his Master and the welon; they are made to get in Ratio performed the ceremony. men in town and in spite of the saloons come plaudit, "Well done, thou good the conductor. C. F. Algood, a railroad detective, our boys have determined at last to let and faithful servant," has fallen like It is reported that Col. Hill Shaw sweet music on his soul. He was for "was never known to disagree with any- was held for further trial on the :harge people know they will be gentlemen. Your correspondent had a very years an elder in Givens Church and body or with anything that was snid." ot maliciously shooting John Butler, a lie would make an available presiden- .negro, at Faulconer's Station, some pleasant visit to relatives in Indianapo- was ever foremost in every good work tial candidate for any political party. mouths ago. Algood claims that he lis an Ediuburg, Ind. Struck Indian- and deed. He amassed quite a a large j The statement has been made that when thought Butler was stealing coal at the apolis during the big democratic con- fortune, but the good name that he' Henry Clay heard of the nomination of time of the shooting. The bond was fix vention and if all the men who were in leaves his children is more to be prized j May they attendance were good democrats, then than earthly possessions. Janus K. I'olk, he wild lie (Clay) would ed at ?100. Has a Complete Stock of Mr. Hamilton Headley is at home Indiana will bo sure for Cleveland, for emulate his bright example and meet be beaten; that nobody had ever heard noth- again, after upending tho winter at although Gray is nn Indiana man, Cleve- him in joy around the great White of Polk and could therefore have and San Antonio, Tex. Dr. Fay land seemed to bo ahead in tho conven- Throne. The funeral services will bej ing against him. Strange as it may seem, : : men have the better etto Dunlap has returned from Coving- tion. The flood in Jndiana has been held at his residence, Richland, the Its records ton, whither he went on professional very disastrous in some parts between at 2:30 v. m , after which the remains ' running qualities they often postvM. WALL Jack McHoberta and Bister, Mr?. ousiness. .Mrs. uavls, ot ht. Louis, is Scottsburg and Franklin on the J. M fc will be brought to Bufialo Cemetery for Dunn, spent Sunday In Lancaster. Will visiting her daughter, Mm. C. H. Rodes. I. railroad, looked like a river nearly all interment. Mr. James Cover, who recently Dunn nnd John llaughman, of Danville, Mr. JamcB M. Harbison, of the West the way and we learned that anv Miss FlorEnd, a clerk in the treasury department, nmouut of stock had been drowned, went with ht9 family to live in Montana, ' were over Sunday afternoon. ence Jenkins, of Dantllle, has returuou is soon to be married to Miss Slaughter, One man told us he had IS head of sheep returned several days since with his twin and four cows drowned and that a num- - boys, whom he took to their home, after a pleasant visit to the Mioses of Washington City. Mr. Charles II. Rodes, of Danville, ber of his neighbors had been as unfor- in Pulaski. His wife, who was a Currey. John Farra, John loty, Jim daughter of Mr. Cy Claunch, died a few Currey and Claude Wherritt attended has concluded to become a candidate fori tuuatu. Promptly and in first-clas- s leaving a little style. the return party riven at Harrodsbiirg. deli gate to the Chicago convention and H. L. Steger will have her weeks ago iu child-birtof Cincinnati, was here has Bent out a circular to the voters of epriciK opening of tiiilltuery next Friday baby, which will be cared for by Mou-taSam Joseph, STENGRAVING on all goods sold, free of charge. Old gold and relatives. Sunday. Miss Bessie Bush has returned the Stli congressional district auiiounc-jn- nj Smunlav, 2!Mi and 30th, aud fir' silver taken in exchange. Miss Mary Litiahan, daughter of Master Tom ing his intention. He is a pronounced tends a cordial invitation to the ladies home from I.ouUville. waA X. employe at Cleveland man and his candidacv hiay to aUt.ud. s,,e v Hacker, of Richmond, is visiting his ge i,er utm08t en. Wm. Linahan, an L. Rowland, died Sunday night of consumpter, Mrs. Joe Cnrr. Mrs. Jim Dillon is be regarded as a demand of the Clove- - Jeavors to please and will guarantee of the district. Xo better se- - ifaction to all who patronize her. She tion and will be buried at the Spratt Miss Jennie Burn-sid- e men visiting in Stanford. burying-grounthis morning. is visiting Miss Kate McGrath, at lectiou could possibly be made. 1M paired a competent assistant in the (LATK ALEXANDER'S HOTEL,'. -J- ames Rowsey, a son of the late Cam Bryantsville. Casey Owsley, of Centre department and solicits all I)..., U.M.I.. Tlio ITn.rmkkiirir Hiimn. ; UA3L n... Alio lluuuauui(, t...w1 fllT-T . r T" - CT X College, was home Saturday nud Sun- Rowsey, wh also tried before Judge Mc- - cnstom in that line. V UY JJ. crat reporls the meeting there of reprc XHUIiU UlXtlJj AiNJJ Ferran on a charge of detaining Mrs. day. sentatives from the towns named to form session Jerry Owens, with intent, Ac. After a CHURCH AFFAIRS. Day. Tho Legislature has been in $2.50 the Blue Grass League. It will Le for four months and the headlines In the lengthy trial, in which the Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Housof Hairodsburg, Danville, Rev. A. V. Sizeirore will preach at Times of April 20th areas follows: "Hard wittuses' characters generally were LOUISVILLE, KY. Stanford, Versailles and either Mt Xenia at 3:.'i0 next Sunday. work this is. Country members aban- prettily thoroughly riddled, the warrant Rev. George O. Barnes aud family Shelby ville, Georgetown or Lexington. W. R. LOGAN, Manager. don the House nnd leave no quorum. was dismissed. On a trial for a breach A. W. Jones, J J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. diligently and ac of the jwace, growing out of the same are en route to Kentucky via the river Clubs are prohibited from employing TIiomj on duty labor and any club route and will likely be here in two over two complish nothing." This sounds strange transaction, Rowsey was lined $10. breaks this mle will be expelled1 weeks. that Mr. McCarty, of Frankfort, a deputy In view of the fact that a board, creajed It is a little late, but as it i nevei from tho league, the guarantee of the ofespecially for the purpuso o( preparing U. S. marshal, came hero Friday and ar print n good thing, we will fending club to be forfeited to the other, a revision of the statutes, had been at rested Kate Lee, Maine Harris and John too late to meeting of Fisher for helling spirituous and other give Rev. W. L. Williams' sermon on clubs. Each club is compelled to put up work for months before the a guarantee of $25 ns a manifestation of the Legislature, so as to s ive time w hen liquors without having p.iid the govern- - Easter in full in our next issue. The new Stewart Robinson Memori- good faith. The schedule will be made it assembled by having simply to rend ment tax. The wonieu he leleased on, al church, in Louisville, was dedicated up this week by the bo ml of directors and adopt the same, with such amend- their promise to appear in Frankfort to-who will have a meeting in Danville, at ments as they thought proper to make day, Monday. John he loo'c With him. Sunday aflernoou. Much of the furniwhich time a president, secretary aud law, ture of tho church was given by descenThese arrests grew out of the prosecu-It would seem that a doz.n good treasurer will be elected bv the directoor busiuet-- tious Inaugurated last Xpvenibei'Mu the dants of Dr. Robinson. yers, or practical funnels, The A morican BAptist Year Book ry. No manager of u club will be elimen could have transacted all there was police court by Edwards and Murphy, gives the total Baptist member- gible to the presidency of the league, to do and adjourned in 00 days. As it the great detcctho.. Soon after their just out. ship last year as 11,101,227. The total this which will insure impartial dealing with and for is, tho prospect of nn early adjournment first arrest the woman named and other league persons implicated paid the government year is Il.'JtW.SOo", an Increase of 10o,o"i). all of the clubs. The regular is exceedingly gloomy. will be opened Tuesday, June 7, to Caatorla cures "Cat! orl . ExSecretar of War Proctor, thinks tax and, they my, received assurances The number reported baptized in 1S00 6Csion of i clubs may play exhibi- - I recommenda U m well adaptedanychildren ttuit Sour Stomach, Colic, Constipation, , . Eructation, prescription Itaa superior to he Kills Worms, given sleep, and promotes dl make hotter soldiers that the U. S. would not trouble them. was H0,0oS;in 1S91, 100,217. Tho total but any country yout.is to mo." A. Archek, 21. D., II. "liou game-anv tune previous to the known 1S90 were Without injurious medication. Ill So. Oxford St., UrooUyn, N, T. than city recruits. Most of the old offi- John never p ild a government tax and contributions reported in opening of the league race ordtiriug the total in lSUl,Sll,SSfl,53S. of the Mexican and late war are of if this benoticer.t and paternal govern- cers Th CKiTica CompaiT, 77 Murray Street, K. Y season, provided that the games do not the opinion that young men who have ment is made to understand that he has interfere with the regularly scheduled FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. been raised in towu.s and cities Maud served -- 00 davs in the games. All visiting clubs are to leceive than to tho satisfaction of the police court the hardships of tho service better M. F. Elkin has bought of various a guarantee of $20 for each game played. , ---. those raised in tho country. They give judgments, it may be the government parties a lot of hogs at 3Jc. cJ N'.MENEFEE E. as a leason lor this fact that tho boy in will let him slide, especially as he is not Dr. S. H.Tal'cott, superintendent of A m. Rue A. It. McKinney sold to country has tlxed habits; goes to bed a notorious whisky dealer and only A Son, of Boyle, a the mare for the State lunatic asylum at Middietown, when tho chickens go to roost, passes made the sales first complained of acciX. Y., has declared his conviction that 3. tho night undisturbed, gels plenty of dentally. A. T. Niinnelley has engaged about babbttllisa homeopathic cure for lu-- j T sleep, rises at daybreak and performs his pounds of wool at from '20 to 21 nacy. The following amusing and gratifying 30,000 accustomed way, eat W. Va. drunken miAt Fairmont, dally labor in hjs cents. ing" wholesome food with regularity. noto came to hand yistorday. Mr. ners quarreled and iu a fight which folFlour is now being made from banTho youth of the town, with 6omo rare Owens used to live in Stanford and many anas in Central America nnd is found to lowed William Tracy and Dan Casey were killed, n tramp was fatally woundexceptions, have no fixed habits; they of our citizens remember him with be very nutritious. ed and two others were sariously hurt. retire at all bourn; eat all kinds of food; much pleasure. Let others imitate lib Rough and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Brackets John M. Hail sold to Tate & Cat- The survivors were arrested and 200 mihave no regular time for sleep and tho brighjt example: mules for and Verandah Work. ron, of Pulaski, 3 (To the Editor Interior Journal.) consequence is that irregularities have ners threaten to lynch them. AuofhTA, Ga., Apr. 211. In those days $200 and two brood mares at $37.50. ellect upon their power of lio visible Fon Sale. 100 ewes with iambs, The sleep, the food and tho came Sam Jones the Evangelist, preachlife are not ing to 10,000 people daily in Augusta, one. Southdown buck. All young. No The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. comforts Incident to soldier converting hundreds, saying therefore disease. Call on or address me at Stanall uniform anil the result is tho recruit pay ye your honest debts. Behold six ford. Stephen Burch. Office from tho country sutlers from causes tnighty dollars. Make Crit Davis has entered Vaboth, the ineholidnndseud no noticeable effect upon the that have the In'tkiuok Jochnal for six months, horse owned by Mr. M. S. Baughman, in towu boy. caroof the Arlington Hotel, and I will a $1,000 trot nt Maysville. That horse has already shown quarters in 29 May 12th, next, will witueBS the meet you in the S. E. Owens. Yours, celebration in Memphis of tho formal Mr. John H. Miller is back from a HulViitil,-r- -l to tratllc of the great railroad opening Large and Fresh Stock of Charles "W. Heed, one of the Iawyeis eevernl months' stay in Georgia, hand- - j Mississippi River at bridgo spannlug the who defended Giteau for the assassina- ling mules. He sold 84 good farm and; iu May, 1541, the exact apot where, Spanish tion of President Garfield, died iu Balti- timber mules at $100 to $175 nnd eaya he j Do Soto, tho intrepid more than he gave for them. He gold and more. "soldier explorer," In search of The talk of a race war this time is operated principally at Montezuma and emerged with his the fabled El Dorado, in Pennsylvania. John Bentley runs a Ashburu. ambitious aud fearless followers, high-tonequally Onion Sets, Beans, Peas, &c, in bulk. All kinds of package seeds; billiard and is stated that there aro yet 11, at upon Ohicka from the primeval forests alin also Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks, Shovels, Picks, Grub Hoes and in which negroes are uot 000,000 pounds of hemp unsold and sighted tho stream 6aw Bluffs and first lowed to play. Saturday night a gang the hands of the producers south of .the . AlMoliitely i ti... "HU'or of tho Holv Mattocks. wuicu ne uuuicu romantically caueu the of blacks took the proprietor to task and Kentucky Ulyer, nud that the crop now A Cream of Tarur Bakinjr Powder. Highest ol Collars, Hames, Collar Pads, Trace Chains, Bridles, Halters, &c. Ghost," since he shot one of them in the head, with being broken is the finest produced in all in lcaeninz strength. Liteit United State of Waters." "Father no result except the flattening of the years. Itia now Belling at $4.23 and Government hood Report. POWDER CO.. ROYAL BAKING The Fiulucah council has put a tax bullet. too Wall meet, New York. $4.50 per 112 pounds. I doga of $5 ahead, pay or die. on s 5EVERMGE & SON - ' 1 1 THE LARGEST STOCK -- y. Dry Goods, Notions, pets, &c, ticulars Car- e plat-for- 1 Have not Time or Space to Give Par- -' ooimiie see. m M V2 a H j W1MQBERT, 1 Druggist and Jeweler, Cor-slca- na DRUGS, to-da- BOOKS, PAINTS. i ( PAPER, Jewelry & Silverware. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired grand-father'- --- h, na ti sat-lan- d d tlress-maki- ng - THE WIJLLA IB . com-poe- d I Rates lii Al T" Per lMrllU T-- T- w - pro-ecuti- ng Nicho-lasvill- e, e, proh-Siionol- '"-1 1 Infants Children PLan-lia-a- tl $11,-213,57- 0; at work-house- .' j jm - i I SINE & MENEFEE, DEALERS -- r I S&SH. DOORS END BLIMDS. WOVEIT ". two-year-o- ( WIBE A1TD pOYAt and Yard Depot Street, ... SLAT FEITC. Stanford, fty. J sweet-byo-and-by- e. sec-oud- s. JUST RECEIVED. " Her-nand- o gt GARDEN SEED FARRIS & e pool-roo- m -- -It POWDER Pur V ' . T ... , t HARDIN. ' .' ' Si ? s t' -- , v. ifr'u Cijlt w! "H'.uij WHiffig '" ' IJ .w " Semi-Weekly Interior Journal April '26, 1892 Stanford, Ky., In response to 'requests from many in half hour for somebody to corao In, friends Editor Frank D. Spottewood has the body adjourned without having announced his candidacy for delegate to done anything at all, except to hear a the National Democratic Convention number of bills read." This Is tho caso and in his card expresses his conviction that Graver Cleveland is the strongest possible candidate to nominate, because lie is the people's choice and is peculiarly the representative of those principles that are the inspiration and hopu of the party. Iu his convictions Mr. Spotts- wood is in exact accord with the people of this district and as he is worthy and well qualified and does not seek the office for sinister motives, we hope and believe the Harrodsburg man's ambition will be gratified. as in tho l often. Let there be a House. The Senate bus passed a bill eo amending tho law in regard to text books for the public schools that the school book trust will not have the monopoly it haj enjoyed for bo many years and tho parents will get tho books re quired by their children at greatly reduced rates. The House, after a considerable effort to prevent it by certain of the members, adopted Mr. Shouse's resolution to call the roll every morning and have the names of the absentees noted on tho journal. Tho object is to euro the evils of absenteeism, which has become more and more pronounced. Speaker Moore, who is absent a good deal himself, voted against the resolution, and so did May, Tribblo an' Welch. roll-cal- The Louisville Store SPECIAL BA.KC3--A.IiT W. P. WALTON. THE ff7,''al9rW PEOPLE'S CHOICE. THIS PAPES IS AN ON FKIDAYS. THIS WEEK 03Sri. crop at Owenton. The Odd Fellows of Somerset will celebrate their 73d anniversary on tho 29th in becoming style. The Senate haB voted to increase the close we Goods, pensions of disabled soldiers of the MexGoods, ican war from 5S to $12. One of the two negroes who assassiH-Arysnated Postmaster Kaufman at Reiael, Texas, has been lynched. Wk have not heard from him on the The greatest number of emigrants subject, but wo take it for granted that 3,43o landed on America's shore iu ane Barber considers it safe to turn them Gov. James B. McCreary will be a canday, reached New York Friday. over to the civil authorities. didate to succeed himself as Cougrei-maThe Louisville Custom House Is at As near as can be found out -- and from this district. His constitu- last ready for occupancy aud the e fully satisents, proud of his record and the public probably never will find tut was moved to it Saturday. fied that he is the best man in tlr (lis the total stealings of Jaeger, the In Lawrence county, Noah Mead 11 1 .; &. t cashier of the Berlin branch of News has a trict to represent them, are determined was stabbed to death at a wedding by The Middlesboro SI,- -' THE BEST article against John Henry Wilson, to keep him in his present branch of Henry Davis, who had not been in- the great llothchild House, exceed 000,000. charging that ho is a failure as a con- Congress as long as he will serve them, vited. vr T At Park City, Utah, Mr Tmttuuinn gressman and as a man. It thinks he or until he is promoted to a seat in the Three were killed and four injured shot and killed Miss Grace Fuelling, his has been rewarded much beyond Jjia de other end of the Capitol, as he is sure to ."W three probably fatally by a falling Vl fatally wounded himself. ' and longly forTbv spme day serts and calls loudly court-houJoneaboro, niece, and then at wall in the li.lU ' if, A7.,fn.r l'ICJ lit .Wit ltll.ULM(U The girl was out walking with A youug . somebody to advance to the front and MHoa-LThe Pinevillo Messenger man is such Tenn. with whom she had been forbidden beat the stuffing out of hini this f.Ul. Thirty soldiers, together with their man matter-of-faindividual that he would to a.ociate. That 48 easier attempted than done. a The recognize a joke if he were to meet captain, were drowned in tho River Friends of Senator Gorman in BaltiJohn Henry is nothing if not a shrewd not He is the only ed- Claire in Annam by the foundering of a more asM-r- t that he is an active candibig road. manipulator and the man who beat? oue in the sloop. date for the presidential nomination. day and itor who took in dead earnest the little him will have to get up before LION PA1XT& COLOR CO., LEXINGTON, KY Later estimates place the number of between Editor Smith and ourThe men who secured the indorsement dark each day till work till long after entered Oklahoma at 00- ,A. R. Penny, Druggist, Agent, Stanford, Ky. selves and all because he didn't take ' boomers who of Cleveland bv political clubs in Baltithe election. time to fiud out from his dictionarv 000. Nearly everyone entered the lands more are said to be for Gorman. The Indiana democrats, after declar what hebdomadal meant. Editor Smith before noon. Gen. Grant has been dead and burThe South Side ot the public ing for Cleveland first and Gray second and we are too good friends to light each ied for nearlv six vear. ami this week Henrietta, Texas, was burned, for president and adopting a sound and other, oven if either could be induced to square at Harrison goes to New York to entailiug a loss of $200,000. It was the President vigorous platform, nominated Claude fight anybody. c lay the cornerstone of the Grant monuwork of incendiaries. Matthews, a native Kentnckian and a ment. Judging from the beginning of Aol Lincoln Cunty to call and vxamlnMli htn'bomcM ami chtiprtt line of WALL PAPER The report that the editor of (he At Petersburg, in(.t graduate of Centre College, for governor monument and tho complecifcml to the poplt of Ontral Kentucky Louisville Times was to be taken to James Lavelle was sentenced to the pen- tho Grant on the first ballot, with Mortimer Nyo of the Washington monument, the tion Anchorage no doubt grew out of the itentiary for eight years for burning tho At A E. CIBBONS', DANVILLE, KY. of the for lieutenant governor. Mr. Matthew man who will place the following, which we take from the Daviess county TAINTS, nLS, VARNISHES. Ac, atkwaian? of the canlIeaniUournih )outhtt got more votes than the rest hWtalt former hain't yet been born. Times. Courier-Journa"Mr. Emmett G. LoT. H. Sherley, Boyd Winchester, houie in th Stale J'ple deiirin; to do their own work cat; a'a,iJi belttr by gcltinj; adricc from didates combined. The rest of the tickCa'ifornia has suffered another sehas bought a Ed McDermott aud Judge Toney are of in experienced and practical man, sod et is composed of good men and the gan, editor the Times, Anchorage earthquake. Several persons were inand spoken of as candidates against Con- vere handsome residence at Get your Combinations Complete and Save Money. party is in good trim to redeem the State by falling walls at Winters, and at about a month." gressman Caruth in the Louisville dis- jured out this fall, and it is confident of doing so. will move good there in it is believed that the place will Dixon news to his friends to trict. It will be destroyed before tho shocks cease, is not as bad as was are con- be The authorities of Boston The Danville Democrat, which started know that the case only two or three brick buildingn being sidering a plan to secure a water supply out to kill Cleveland, whom it character- thought. safe. TheStatf Capitol at Sacramento a mugwump aud other bad from the Deerfield river, 00 miles dis- was cracked, and at Esparto every brick ized as Editor Casey, like the fellow who tant, at a probable expenditure of things, is laying mighty low since it sees building was thrown down. The shock whistles as be goes through the gravethe drift of public opinion. Brer Fox yard to keep his courage up, exhorts the was felt as far east as Keno, Nev. The governor has pardoned John von belongs to a wily family of animals, Judge Morton in his charge to tho scoffers to mark this prediction: "If Grundy, the councilman, but he got ofT on his wrong foot when David B. Hill is not nominated by the who killed a man ard was given live Bourbon grand jury suggested that the he attempted to stem the Cleveland abuse of the privileges of the press be democrats at Chicago in June he will years in the penitentiary. He had serv- looked into and said that "the good peotide. He was smart enough, however, who is nominated. Thin to see his mistake and come in out of the name the man ed three years. ple of this community who, believing may sound a little unreasonable just at Martin Irons, the man whose hasty themselves wronged by Charles Moore wet before he was entirely drowned. this stage of the game, but if the proph and acts precipitated the great Senator Vilas is on the right track. esy fails to come true you may have our southern railroad strike of six years ago, through the columns of ids paper, and appealed to the law for the protection of He is Mlid to be endeavoring to get Mr. new silk tile forn foot ball. is in jail at Jackson, Mo., for living in their character and reputation, have Cleveland's friends in New York to Tub committee on foreign affairs will open adultery. anti-Hiconvention done a great service to this people, by State abandon the Conemaugh, with a The And examine the Studcbakcr. Car-loajust rccciwd. appealing to the law for the redress of hoped that he will be success- present a resolution asking the presiand it is cargo of about 0,000,000 pounds of flour their wrongs." can only widen the breach and dent and Secretary Blaine to show by ful. It and SS.OOO pounds of rice and other proHalletAIsop Borrowe and Edward make Hill's friends initnical to Cleveland. what authority they paid out 525,000 to Itur-sia- , settle the Italian trouble. It seems that visions for the famine Bufferers of Fox fought a duel Saturday on the BelIf let alone they may realize in ample sailed for Itiga, Russia Sunday. Two shots gian coast, near Ostend. time that their man is out of the race they have no warrant in law and that A man and woman are working of tho people having made a botch of tho effort to fired by each, when they declared were and fall in with the rest elecmake political capital out of the inci- North Vernon, Ind., with a reputed their honor satisfied and left the field. for the j dent, they were anxious for any kind of tric mineral which they say will make a Fox's coat tail was pierced by a bullet, burn a year. They quart of coal-oCovington Post has a sensational a settlement of the matter. The The During the year 1S92 I shall keep constantly on but Borrowe was untouched. have found quite a number of suckers. cause of the duel was the selling the of hand a full and complete dispatch that State Geologist John It. stock of J ,1a A Cleveland Clud, 300 strong, with Procter has been found to be, short in A Bristol, Tenn., dispatch sayB in correspondence which his accounts and that he is no longer a Hon. Milton J. Durham president, has the mountains of Kentucky Mrs. S. Har-ve- involved Mrs. Drayton's honor by Fox Over SUte official. It also says that the com- been organized at Lexington. burned up her husband and child to the New York Sun for a large Bum of considering the question has there, like nearly everywhere else, the and started to elopo with A. Brady, her money. mittee agreed to report a bill to abolish the of- rank and file are for Cleveland first, last lover, when a mad bull attacked them, fice, which has cost over half a million and all the time. goring both FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE PEOPLE. dollars, with a large area of the State Severe frosts havo destroyed the My stock of THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. not having received any attention. vineyards in the Bordeaux and Cham- The Monon Route Makes a $5.50 One Way and $11 Round Trip Rate From Neither chewing or smoking is now pagne districts of France, but as long as Editor Smith, of the Mt. Vernon Sig- allowed in the Senate. Louisville to Chicago. do not fail, the California grape harvests nal, says he is crazy and wont fight. With the usual liberality for which Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure mv customers of A bill has been introduced to pre- supply of "imported" lrench wines will That settles it. We accept the apology vent the sale of cigarettes in the State. the Monon Route- is renowned, they of- prompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas meet all the demands of this country. and spare his life for the good ha has Senator Wortham introduced a bill A. E., PENNY. At Cheyenne, Wy., Charles Miller, fer the public a rate of $3.50 one way and Dalton in charge. Barring the confessed crazy allowing persons on trial for libel or done. Chicago. the boy murderer, was hanged. He 11 round trip from Louisville to ss streak, jvhich he so candidly acknowlBlander to both deny the statement and died like a dime novel hero, singing on These rates entitle passengers to .GO TO. edges, he is a mighty good fellow and is to assert the facts said to have been conpassage and give them the privi the Bcaffold n song which ho had liim- usually quiet and tractable. veyed in the slanderous language im- self composed for tho occasion. Philip lege of the elegant Tollman Vestibuled puted. Baker suffered the Bame penalty at New Sleepers, the superb Pullman ralaco p Laurie Blakklv explains that "It 5 Buffct Chair Cars and the latest improv-Hig- h A bill to make 2 cents a mile tho Orleans for murder. bas been E liuiiuated, Brer Walton, Back, Flush Seat Coaches, which rate for passenger traffic on wtJrWf) Amongthenew enterprises in the ESHBl from the name of the boss druggist and maximum railroads has been presented in the Sen- South reported in tho current number of are UBed only bv this line. The entire fellow in Kentucky," but a glance best are a $100,-00- 0 trains, leaving LouiBville daily at 7:80 same Parker atthe Frankfort Capital will convince ate. Iu thebill to tyody Mr. railroads in- the Manufacturers' Record Atlanta, Ga.; a. m., and 7:40 r. M., run through solid "Model Grocery" for require troduced a to quarrying company at him it has been rEinstated. Polk is too fence Chicago without the tracks. a $10,000,000 iron company at Covington, from Louisville to give up any. fond of hisee to After listening to an almost inter Ky.; a foO.OOO browing company at change. No line offers such good acTimes is doing the Stale minable speech from Hon. J. S. May, Louisville, Ky., and a $100,000 fctove commodations; no lino gives ns low rates The Louisville or quicker time than the Monon. Now good service by publishing a list of each the Capital says that Dr. Woods took oc- works company at Newport, Ky. absentee from tho Legislature. casion to audibly remark that he never captured Wyoming cattlemen is your chance to get a cheap trip to the day' The The solona are very Busceptible to that before realized the force of the poet's have arrived at Cheyenne on a train World's Fair City by the best lino. For kind of medicinond will do a great deal line "December's as pleasant as May." guarded by soldiers and with a pilot en- furtherparticulars call on or writo to A dispatch says: "The Senate had gine sent "ahead for safety. The men W. G. Crush, Dist. Tass. Agent, Louisto keep their names out of print in that no quorum this morning and after wait- - will be held by the troops untfl Gov. ville, Ky. conuectlon. f short-haire- d it. There is nothing new in it, the distinguished editor sticking closely to his former text that neither Cleveland nor Hill can be nominated with the present factional fight in New York. Both must bo thrown overbomi and somebody else nominated, Carlisle if Mr. Watterson's preferences are considered. Cleveland, he says, cannot carry New York and Hill cannot carry any other State, but the great editor may be mis taken in his first proposition, as he has often been before. In connection with the interview his letter to Gov. Hill, written in 1S90, is given, to fehow the political sagacity and foresight of Mr., Watterson and it mu6t be confessed that the predictions made in that have nearly all been fulfilled, including the most of this: "Outside of the' State of New York, there is a well nigh unanimous demand among the rank and file of democrats for the nomination of Mr. Cleveland. This is too strong for the partv leaders and managers to resist. I think I have some influence in Kentucky. Buton that point I should be overwhelmed in a State convention." The prediction inthelastsentence will also be fulfilled in about a month from now. red-ho- Mr. Watterso.v has "submitted" to n interview for the Washington Tost l has eagerly and the Courier-Journa- teil June 3. The New York World says that it is a Paducah's fine new hotel, the Pallittle bit difficult to understand why the mer House, has been completed at a cost Legislature should potter away time ev ery year over bills to grant suffrage to woman, seeing that no bill of the kind can alter the fact that the constitution of the State limits sufirage to male citizens and that no act of the Legislature can alter the constitution. One reason may be in the fact that the legislators cannot resist the blandishments of the females, who are anxious for other women to unsex themselves like thev have. of 5170,000. his Elisha' Cobb fatally stabbed a fight over a tobacco brother, Nat, in The Louisville Truth ought not to he so hard on an esteemed contemporary. It should remember that Bro. Bennett Young has too much on his mind to make everything consist. Savs the Truth: The Louisville Evening Post is, herhnps the most amusing newspaper on the face oftheeHrth. A few weeks ago it was Hill organ in the South. the NEWSY NOTES. Yesterday it was out and out for Grover In California many people are sleepCleveland. In a few days we should be at all surprised to find this nmia, ing in tents for fear of more earthquake not ble journal actively supporting Hnny shocks. Stephen It. Hite, the Louisville Vane Millbank or Douglas Sherley for murderer, has been sentenced to hang president. red-hotte- st In overhauling our immense Shoe Dcpart'nent we found a number of one and two pair of a style and have concluded to close them, out as ODDS IN OUR SHOE SALE. Ladies' Fine Button Shoes $1.25 per pair, former vrice $1.75. " " ' " " " 1.G5 " 2.25. Ladies' (t a a 3.00. Ladies' fw. htJ .- Children's Shoes at Bargain Prices. Our Men's Shoe Department has some special values to close at this sale. 25 pairs Men's Shoes at SI. 75, worth $2 to $2.50. 1G pairs Men's Shoes at $2.90, worth $3.75. The last named style are in Bals. and Cong, and genuine Calf. Try them. Also complete new line of Edwin Clapp's Celebrated. IFand-Mad- c Shoes, at So in Kangaroo and Cordovan Stock. Every pair warranted. 4 can make you Don't forget that Clothing and Carpets. nishing prices in Dry Gents' Fur- Main Street, Stanford. .a.- - n post-offic- confi-denti- al I'UPKmi!: IS ( se . Paint 1 gp i'u7W L?jmffliMim coi mwr&E&Wk mUWl yy j mmr Jtl-!- ct Best iSTHE(!!ERPE5T'Sg by-pla- y r WANTED. Five Thousand Ladies Gentleman from Stanford tor er cap-ston- e court-hous- e. l: Do You Need a Wagon ? $20,-000,00- 0. CALL AT J. B. FOSTER'S d 1 ll A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER il Drayton-Borrow- e ll Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. Toilet Articles Glass, Books, WATCHES, CLOCKS & .XWEI.RTr first-cla- m Skf) 21; wr i N. Y. Seed Potatoes, Red and White Onion Sets, Landreth's and Ferry's Garden Seeds in Bulk and Packages; also Hoes and Bakes, , - kv Semi-Week- ly girl, liquid. A nimble paga sprung to the A second child -- nn eight-pouSmith, of thu Mt. Vcr-- . non .Sijrnnl, was here yesterday nnd uo was addvd to the family of Mr. John rescue, picked up the pieces and mopped the floor, IJut the eceutof tho rosea ono for nn Instant suspected that ho was M. Stone, .Sunday. hung round it still. Wo believe Mr. Smith ia foolinK crazy. . 26. 1802 us ou this point and if he !b, woo be Wool -1- 00,000 pounds wanted ami at SrANroitu, Ky., LADIES AND GENTLEMEN: MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. hlRhest cnah market pncp. Will have unto him Dn. S. O. Helm returned from n visit agents at rami uck, Frank A. Chandler obtnined license If you would dress well and for little money, read the list of new 12 CWAtTON.BUB.MQnaRer them be- yebterdny to marry Miss Ludema John- things now in stock at the new store under the Coffey House. ' Wc to his ulstern, Mrs. Frank Walton and Kinney and Hustonville. See T. Xunnelley. son, on the 27th. Thev live in the East have MisiLettlo Helm, at Danville, yester fore you sell. A. MEANS BUSINESS. day, nml tells ua that the report hero rain End. 8Kveiial davs of cessation from i and pnlnta at W. D. Wall Blanche King, aged 15, was married that bursars had tapped the banks Jnnj bemitifursunahlno have made the tv m -., e mi m there is without tho sliRhtcbt founda-- whole earth smile in irladno",. Yoster-tio- n. in St. Lotti?, last week, for the second y. y&i artistically Exohavinci beautifully and ' day and Siiudav were na lovely as ever time, having ben nnrried nnd divorcdone nt A. It. I'enny'H. mmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmm Mulls, Mulhousc Indias, came In spnnR, even if the wind was ed in lsyo, when she whs but 13 years Shanton Pongcs, Satin Chenna, lvx your booka mid school miprlles of CITY AND VICINITY. old. all kinds from A. U. I'enny. Printed Indias, Challics, Percales, French and Zcphvr Ginghams, set from the east. Cinrden Seedc, in Fkesii Senator Martinez deltodn, a Spanish 'Whip Cords, and Wool-KillinFine line of toilet Boaps at A. A. War The Lancaster court wa3 a dull one for nobleman, and Mmc. Francisca Do Bar- Henriettas in Silk Warp, papers and in bulk, at W. IJ. Mcltob-eru- '. Armenian Serge, Mohairs, Scotch Homespuns, Camel's Hair Suitrun's Model Grocery. business yesterday, but Judge Saufley rels, widow of the lata president of the IIavh your watch, clock and jeweiry candida- Republic of Guatemala, were married in ings, Bedford Cords in cotton and wool; Crepons in Black and ColNew link of Zeiler shoes just receiv- made n speech announcing his repaired at A. K. Penny's. All work ors, China Silks and every new weave that is out. In Laces cy that awnkened tho nntives and put Xew.Ynrk. ed nt S. 11. Shanks'. warranted. thinking that ho ia a mighty I). F. Priehnrd, 17, was nnrried nt ltEMKMiicit that all silverware, watche. them to riiiKS, Ac, boiiRhtatA. It. Penny's will See James Fryo nt Hiihtonville nnd good man for tho nlaro he seeks. Los Angeles, Cal., last week, his ninth be enprnved free of charce. t F. M. Wnre at McKinney before you sell time. His other wives nil got divorces ..man , "JOFI.V Iji your wool. A. T. Nunnellev. on the grounds of cruelty, but it was Irish Point, Point de Paris. French Vals, Torchons in hand and bold letters, appeared on the PERSONAL POINTS. We hr.veoj)ened the finest stock of silk, Coffey House register one day Inst week. easy enough for him nlwnys to find fresh machine made. Big stock of Embroideries, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, dupes. Mit. 1). X. Williams, of Mt. Vernon, Gloria, Henrietta, ratteen nnd gingham It certainly was not the big bruiser or Mr. Cook Hnmline, n Montgomery Gloves, White Goods, &c, &c. Our was in town Friday. parasols ever opened in the city. J. S. we should have heard of his getting on a recounty widower, was so enthused nt the M. and Mks. Fohestl-- Heid hnve " Hughes. biling drunk and mnking the usual hogprospect of getting married that ho imturned from Louisville. gish fiend of himself. A La.masteii man cut tils throat bibed too much ou the morning of the Josh Jones and Sam Meuu'eo nro in 9 from ear to enr Sunday night, but he Pulaski on a fishing tour. Writino from Buffalo, Wyoming, Miss day of his nuptials. .His fiance, Miss And Gents' Furnishing Goods are all complete and We Mna. Geobob Buyan, of Wllmore, la and his friends nro so ashamed of it, Mnttie Paxton says the whole country is Brown, heard of it nnd refused to be- have the largest stock of Parasols and Umbrellas ever in the city. they nsic us to withhold his name. visiting Mr. Jns. P. Bailey. undergoing a reign of terror. The "rus- come his wife, showing what a sensible Come and see the immense stock before it is broken. hj recovering from Mna. T. P. Hill tlers" nnd thu cattlemen's war is waged woman she is. Mit. Sam Holman, who is in charge of JT. Cincinnnti girls are doing themquite n severe spell of sickness. a ferocity that can hardly bo imagtho Crab Orchard Springs grounds, tells with Miss La fit a McAnally la back from n ined by one not on the ground and busi- selves proud th's year. One of them ua that nil preparations are being inadu hna refused to marry n count; aud .anothyislt to her mother in Knoxvlllo. of till kinds is at a standstill. for tho opening of tho place as a sanita- ness Miss Alice Wiikiiit, of Hustonville, er, by sitting In a chair over a hole in rium uext week. The Kentucky State Weather Service her father'a sidewalk, has prevented the is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. P. W. connection, with tho L S. Depart- planting of a hideous pole for electric LaWSrcon. Mna. Nkllie Owens, daughter of the in ment of Agriculture, reporta that Inst wires in front of her home. Mit. A. A. McKinney, Jr., left yester-di- y late Gomalia Drummonds, has been alrv Heaviest ever reA couple, who loved in youth, but to visit his uncle, James I. McKin- lowed a pension of $1,310 30. It ia tho week rains were the corded, the nvenuie fall being A inches. were parted by cruel ney, Aln. parent', has just nmount she would have drawn in monthgreatly hindered Mil. W. J. HooANnnd wife, of Hryanta-vill- ly payment! from her Infancy to her 10th Fnrm work hns been been united at Washington, Pa., nged 74 The serious and veiretation retarded. have been tho guests of Mrs. John year. and 73 respectively. Both found o'her results of tho recent frosts nro more ap- partnera in early life and raised large BiuRhmnn. CoNDfCTOit Dan O'Mallky's house at parent and reports indicate that all fruits families, Mhh. Maikiie Hit van nnd daughter, but true love never dies and And we can show as nice an assortment as the people have Itowlnnd caught fire from a defective except apples are badly damaged. finally conqueis, though in this case it of JoHonmino county, are gucsta of Mrs. was mighty long in doing so. Hue Saturday nnd for awhile It looked J. P. llalley. The Ladies Exchange proved a pleasant Mr. and Miih. W. E. Clelland, of impossible to save it. The roof was bad nnd a much more profitable undertaking XKW ADVEKTISEMENT. Mercer, nro guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. ly burned nnd tho furniture was consid- than its originators expected. All of the erably damaged by removing it. G. Eastlnnd. of edioles were disponed of and nnd some S. II. Korrand wife, of Hustonville, of needle and The ltyan Comuiatidery, K. of T the beautiful specimens willing purchna-ors- . rpent eevernl days with his father, Mr. found Danville, will confer tho Ked Cross de- other handiwork All Styles and Colors of The nnnua! iPfftinj; of tlie trv'hMlers of th Joe Itout, nt Rowland. A neat little sum was realized and 1UII Gap turnpike Rd Ct. for the tanford gree on several candidate Thursday rlectlon 'f a 1'rMiilcnt 1L JJ. Mahony, of Columbln, nd Hoard .if Plrectnrs fer Hev. the ladies are greatly encouraged. It Trill h enyns Vandeieer Teun., joined his wife and daughter at evt'iiiiik', after which a bampiot will be will be open again next Saturdny nt the thrMAnfcrd rear aturda held Msv, ifuJ. ntipJlnre in m in enjoyed. All tho Stanford knights, their Ji LYNN, Prei. 17 J. Mr. A. It. Penny's yesterday. same place, the rear of the On. Lke F. Huitmin, of Lexlnstou, wives and daughters, will ntteud. for which even larger pif partitions will was over Sunday to few his sister, Mrs. Home-SpiiB- S. MNAOBit Kite has selected quite n bo made. W. P. Walton, who continue very ill. The Hneleholder ol th Stanford .V Hnonvllle pretty uniform for the Inte'iuoiiJoi'unai. Turnpike ( wi.l hold their arm tat election for a The negro, Hendeison Perkins, who I'tRMiiPtit and Iwwrd of Wrrt'r at Mu. Jok Sevkiianck, Jit, who is atat imso ball club. "The shirt and pnuta will "blowed"on liis puis in the shooting of Turnmvillp at a a m it vaturdar In Mav, :lo. tending the Itililo College nt Lexington, bo black, the cap, stockings and ' belt yel- Jomes L. Yautis, says thnt while Green 17 J. F CASH, Pre fcpent n couple of days with his homo low and the initials, "I. J.,' embroidered Mullins and tho other negro were pullfolks, In yellow on tho brents. Keep your ing off the plank of the smoke-housMies Ellen Owsley, one of tho pret eyes on the cmck amateur club in k Thp ltrwVholdrri oi the Itush Rranch Turnpike Mr. Yantis appeared and thnt he, Per- Vtf tiest girls in this State of pretty girls, is Kentucky. Saturday in t at llubo.e Pklns, fired up in the air to scare him. arnitified tit eject a Hoard o( Diriitcn I'oi the ua M , iSj, guest of Misses Mngglo anil Mnttie WW? tho G. C. GIVLNb, Prvs 17 immediately fired at sulnirjear.. Owflev. The pay train ran into the caboose of Green Mullins Mils. (Viitih, who has been visiting freight 30 in tunnel Xo. 8, Friday morn- Mr, Yantis nnd It waa his shots that hersloter, Mrs. Turner, nt Mr. A. W. ing, disabling tho enitinu considerably took efiect. As usual it is the meanest A Cnffey't Carpenter's, returned to Ixiuhsvilla yes- nnd damaging tho caboose to some ex- rascal that turns Mate's evidence nud he TV it.KrWhi.tderseltho Huitonvllle Dr. ltrown' Mil. lurnpik Road Co. will mtvt at Thu pay train was running ns the and the whole kit in this business de- office In HuUunvllle first Saturday in May. 1(92, at terday. tent. Dn. J. A. Amon has hung out his shin- second section nnd may hnve gone n lit- serve the most condign punishment. a p. in to elect a President nnd Hoard of Directors DEALER IN- ti. C MON.Pre. fur entuitis yeai 17 gle hero and can bo found Ht his olllce in tle too fast. After nn hour's work the We are told thnt there is considerable opposite the trnrk was clear nnd tho trip was resum- dissatisfaction with Judge Stephens for the Williams puttlug tho bail so low, f"00, as it is eaid . CofTey House. ed. A mettincof the Mockholder") of the Manford they can cuily give it, after th6 exciteMcKinnky and Mrs. Mus. Uettik C. Mayoii Vandeveeh made a' lengthy ment over the crime has in n measure ft .Mi!ledgeille Turnpike for the election if a AND PreMtleut and llxtrd if Directors for th,e etnuing W. M. Bright went up to Richmond year ill be he.d at McCormack Hay 7. ify, at 9 Friday to spend n fow days with Mrs. speech before tho county court, allowing subsided. Mr. Yantis is doing well and a. m McKITl KICK, Pre. U. W. 7A11 work warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty . the necessity of tho county providing il lockjaw does not supervene, he will James Phelps. for two tiro plues on the public square bo out in n few weeks. I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods Mica Annie Shanks joined Misses Ida ami the proposition to pay $100 for them nnd May Adams yesterday and went Tub justices met with the, t county Tlie. annual meeting of the itockholdera oi the waa pvaed unanimously. The court alwith them to their homo at Grays to reTurners i.le, McKinney & Coffey's Mill Turnpike so ordered that water pipes be laid into judgo Saturday and after full discussion Road Co will be held at McKinney nrat Saturday main n few days. of electing May, 1801, at 2 p. tho jail. Tho county makes by tho ope- of the question fixed the poll tax at In President and Hardm.offur the purpose the eniuinp Directors for a d Mrs. It. G. Hail is nobetter. Her 11. r. ouuufc. rre. $1.50, same as last year, and the ad va- J ear. ; ration, as it rfets protection from firo and is up from Somerset nnd it has The best Chilled Plow made. n largo amount of additional property to lorem at -- ! cents, an increase of 2J been decided to send for Dr. Johnstone, cents. The latter is to be divided as tax in the water works. of Cincinnati, to see if nn operation la made of Braced Mold-BoarPatent Point. No strain on point-bolfollowK 2Jc to pay interest on bonds, Green The shareholders of the lUnsinc Fork & Ware's necessary. Henry I 00 an, tin iityro who hns been V2 for ordinary expenses and 7 for a River Turnpike Itoad Co. will meet at the best material. Dn. Clarence E. Tate ia back from in jail hero for a year or more for the sinking fund. The object of the increase store at McKinney on the firt Saturday In May, 1891, Icr the purpose of electing a President and tho Medical College at Philadelphia for shooting of Louis Gibson, hns just com- is to get the county on a cash basis, that Hoard D.rectutl for the ensuing rear J. W. i.IVENS Tres. ,7 the vacation. Ho paid his sister, Mrs. pleted his term anil doe-n- 't oeem to be n is to pay tho claims against it as soon as C. H. Paine, of Boston, n visit before bit glad of it. Ho has been n "trusty" they are allowed, instead of requiring returning home. References: J. H. McAlister, D. B. Stagg, J. B. McKinney, , and during his time in hoc assisted Jail- its creditors to wait two years as at presCovington Pest prints n picture of er Owens for the election ef a Presi- Wm. Beck, Chas. Dawes, Jeff Hill, Bowcn Givens, Frank Hayden, The w!' in his duties, frequent- ent. It is said that it will only require The annual mtetinp for Krcb Licit " and Hoard r Little Bettio Beddow, its ly carrying the keys, and is mj proud of the increase this year and next to pro- dent Co will be of Directors Fim National Uank Mollis Carrier, John Cash, E. H. Jones, Jas. Bibb, A. C. Cowan, H. held at the "nowB girl" at Danville, who, It says, dis- it that h tiu.i otlored to work for that vide a fund euflicient to meet all de- in Stanford the first Saturday in May, 1652, and C. Drye, Bowen Gover, Geo. Benedict, etc. For sale by stockholders are hereb notified pones of n bundle of papers as largo as gentleman free of charpe. The oiler mands, after which the old rate of taxaCLIFTON FOU'LER, Pre. i7 JBo IK WJESAM1ESKT. she Is every day. has of vouroo been accepted. tion can be resumed. It will save the Mus. T. J. Fostek brought her daughcounty many a dollar to pay its debts Altiioi'uh the committee reported in ter, Mrs. Tom Metcnlf, of Jessamine, and the court acted favor of tlie seating of Xoyee, the repub- when they are due home with her for better medical treatbeusibly in the matter. The delinquent ment. She has nearly lost the sight of lican in tlie contested New York beat, list was sold to Sheriff Menefee for 550. 140 to OS contin r one eye from the elfects of neuralgia nnd the House by a vote of $50 a year for two Hand ued the sitting member, Rockwell, in of- Tlie court also voted Hilnt;bou?ht out the Jewelry seUInc ot V IJ. ON out- Mock thu other ia so sensitive it cannot bear McKoberts, the drucsist, I am placed on court square. fice. The debate took in Cleveland and fire plugs to be nt reduced ratif to make rouin for an entire new the slightest light. nrtistlcally line. All souls nnd Chairman O'Farrell, of VirginJailed. Capt. Ritchey, proprietor of ,Piiof. B. F. Blakkman has fully de- Hill, ia, got so hot in the collar that lie ompared the Fifth Avenue Hotel, hnd Brooking termined to give up school teaching afthe former to a lion and the latter T. Harding and his bride arrested for obter thia term of tho Stanford Academy. In bulk and package. to n fox, adding that he never did have taining board at his hotel on false pre Ho studied law a year after leaving particular love or admiration for the tenses and lodged in jail, but after reany Echool, nnd ho will tnko it up ngain in Sets; Seed maining in all night the city court disvacation, expecting to get license to latter animal. .. Goods, remark that it practice In September. Piiop. Huniivnu tells us that the com- missed the case with the collector. Harding was Mna. E. T. Rochester, who with her mencement exercises of Stanford Female was not a debt Grub and Sprouting Hoes, &c. See our guaranteed solid steel Hoe daughters, Lula nnd Grncie, hiu been In College will be held June 2 nnd 3 nnd as originally from Campbellsville, where for 25c. Most anything you want in Shelf Hardware. the lepublican party held him in high Dallas, Texna, all winter, returned yes- usual at Walton's Opern House. The T. profeehor is making an effort to have Dr. enough esteem to instruct for him for terday, bringing with her Mrs. John Large stock ot Buggy, Wagon, Stock and Riding Whips, bought diHe afterwards removed to Httlo children. Tho Rivera, tho noted Louisville prencher, Congress. Gnno nnd her threo rect from factory. of thelnttcrrecently born wna named who was his preceptor, come and deliv- Williamsburg and a few mouths ago one MoKISTlTIErZwho claims to be a uieco for its deceasod father. on Shorter the addrer.3 to the graduating class, married a la.ly af- Thoroughly Repaired The CouricpJournnl says: "Ono of which will bo as follows, if they succeed of Congressman Wilson. Some time est Notice. marriage Harding went to Louistho latest npplica'uta for tho World's in passing the examinations: Misses ter his Fair lndy commisaionership, ia Mies Ophelia Lackey, Siibie Lasley, Ella ville to establish himself in his profesMary E. Varnon, of Lincoln county, n Wright, Essie liurch and Annie Mene-fe- e sion, he says, and put up at tho Fifth Avenue, where his board bill had run One of the largest and most complete stocks of Men's, Boys'and daughter of Hon. Thomas W. Vamon, Ho gave a draft on the conto $100. Children's deceased, for 10 ar 12 yearB n member of Thk Spriso. Before leaving for his gressman and it was returned protested, 3 tho General Assembly. Misa Varnon The couple enters tho list with strong recommoada-tions- . home Mr. B. J. O. Howe agreed with Col. hence tho legal proceedings. Dealer In Welch, who is representing his sister, are both stylish looking people and and at court cre- Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Dn. L. B. Gillette, ngeut for tho larg- Mrs. E. T. Rochester, on a price for the their presence in jail Spring, from which tho sup- ated quite a sensation. Harding issaid Ever broughtto the Hast End of the county. Also a large and well Confectioneries, Ax. est alien land owner in Kansas, will sail Logan Fort ply for the water works is to bo obtained. to be pretty slick with cards, but his and Eastern assorted stock of Custom-Mad- e for Europe next week to coufer with his Hat with him a first class baUer and can lurntsh S7 read, Cakes and tho like on short notice. five mouths, The figures aro $1,500 for the perpetual luck may have deserted him antl put chief, nnd expects to be gone money during which timo Ida wlfo will reinnln use of the spring and about 1 acres of him in the strait of drawing for Falb Branch Jellico Coal Oo. with her slaters here. The Kansas Leg- land, the compauy in addition agreeing whero he b(d no claim. to put water in the residence and barn. Miners and shippers of the GENUINE islature baa been trying to pass a law for For both ladies and gentlemen. Call and examine our 'stock before That wna rut awkward incident in Ten days wero given Mr. Howe to take own-somo time requiring all alien land chamber tho purchasing your Spring Goods. figure, but it is likely that ho the United States Senate ere to dispose of their property within it at that a distinpuished senator It. We are the sole agents for Stanford ttnd Try Is day, when five years, but it has not been nblo yet will not requiro ao long. He expected other Rowland, Olhce corner ot Depot street nd rail- Inmhirnln timft in (.irrn Mia cnnlrnot rg n.irranilnL' his COat taU3 and let rocrossinu. doctor represents over to do so. Tho HIGGINS SWATTS. flask filled with familiar . lau a pint with tho town weunesuay nigut. acres of such lands. Interior Journal Ai-air- Editoii E. 1). nd "", ATTENTION, JBUJM IL ol 3 .c pai-ei- Mc-Itobe- rts'. 1 K r;ir?j mm B.9Sf) g, !ISft rr...- - t , All-Wo- m , We Have Everything New , s m Clothing, Shirts, Shoes first-class. S. HUGHES. SPRING CLOTHING ! IS ,f e, OUR STOCK COMPLETE m m Turnpike Election. .11 fii-i Ever Seen in S tanford. -- post-offi- ce, Turnpike Election. m i tchoel-hia- e 1-- Cassimeres, Worsteds and Please Examine and Price Them. e, Turnpike Election. . rrt fi- -t M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. Turnpike Election. ROBT. FENZEL -- More-roo- Stockholders' fleeting. w. WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY REPAIRING NEATLY PROMPTLY BONE. 1 Turnpike Election. -' hub-ban- The Vulcan Chilled Plow, d, ' Turnpike Election. 11I t; Turnpike Election. Has Latest Improvements. Satisfaction guaranteed, jirt-utl- urn-pik- e fivo-yeni-o- & Wo Mo DiuYoo Notice It? - "WE ARE RIGHT IN IT" Northern Potatoes, Onion 1 -c- Engraved FreeofCharge QAffllEN SEEDS Stoch of Steel Forks, Shovels, Picks, Mattocks, Watches, Clocks Brand New Hoes, Hakes, Spading Jewelry BROS. k B. H. DANKS. JUST DECEIVED, OILOTI BONG. S33 VJXMMMMa kf w Original Jellico Coal. C0,-0- 00 W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. i"i -- JihA;&? 2&J 1istfiifrfai'ifrrV . tf iftjAff V w9WKJlf;H' 'J Rofroahlng Retreats, I I Senators and Silver. NOEL. feurumer dajsare fast approaching nnd now is ARPETS ! ARPETS! When nt the convention of last May the time that excursionists. nud Is a Candidate for Circuit Judge In tie nth Disroute for their Senhtor Blackburn, upon tho boastful spartsmen should figure out n the delightfully summer sucatlon. In doing so, t will deliver lee every mwnltii? In Stanford nnd trict, subject to the action of the democratic party cool ol Stanford The ntid fishing Rowland one ent per (sraiid Published Every Tuoadny and Friday plea that Kentucky was the maker and summerCentral Lineslesorts located toalong the Wis- Iulleilladles and see our and Lincoln cutity are hundred. atAH accounts due lastor sixty cents per to call grand dlplay of ivldlr of each week. nmonir AT interpreter of national platforms, com consin an- Fox Lake, come Lake Villa, view, Muck. W. which III . I. III., J AM KM'. tftf CARPETS IN ALL GRADES, Wnupa-c- n Cedar Lnke. S2 1PJSR, VKAU I2C ADVANCE. mitted tho democracy of the State to the waiiAgo, Wanke-hManford. Ky. From an Incraln to an English Wilton, with bor. Is a Candidate for Commonwealth's Atternev In rifield. Itettoruut and Ashland. Wis. Wlscoii malih. this the tith Judicial District, subject to the acimpolitic policy of free and unlimited sin has within the lnt five )eiir become the ctnlir der to goods to Is)Also n beautiful line of Rugs 3Vhcn not snpaid $2.50 will lie charged.TTn found only nt the ah Iktrgalu tion of the Democracy of attraction tor more, pleasure seekers hunters and Tliev Sale--- A silver coinage, he merely illustrated the fi.hermeu than any other State In the Union mid More at wholesale prices 15 F JONT.S, ."K. a fall. In- enchUit incrvRv-- the desire to ngaln ee the fact that pride comes before charming landscapes, breathe the balsam fragrance S. OWSLEY, K.u. LOCAL TIME CARD. for making either brandy r whukv Tubs, Stills ten that is a part 01 the iuslgoniting cluding that of Indiana wanand Worms good as new. T.I. HERR1NU. the der through the colonnades of Matetv pines and Is a Candidate for Comnonwealth's Attorney, sub miles west of Lau. aster, on Lexington pike. Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a, m., returning States have announced their platforms liclk the specklsl beauties with a hnud made liy. I am agent for The at 3:20 p. m. Ject to the action of the Democratic party, In any Marksbury, Ky. Kentucky Hedge For pamphlets containing valuable information, Fence Co.. of Lancaster,Centralofer the services of and chosen delegates to the National etc., apply to Judicial District to which Lincoln county may be and T S. PATTY, D. V A., assigned. both myself and the Company to the citircns of L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Convention and not one of them has or Cnattnnoogn. Ten Lincoln county. I am very thankful for the liber(" JAS PM, General Passenger and Tkket al patronage received and hope by need dealing to THE SIIELTOE HOUSE. relafair Mailtrain going North l ? pm adopted "the Kentucky idea" iu Agent, Ihiragu, III. merit a continuance of a wood Farmers in South 14pm ROWLAND. KY. tion to the bilver issuo, and all but two For a number of years have licen subject to s 10 fence win hud me at the Mjers House in Stanford Express train ' south 13am DR. W. B. on each County Court dav. SJnrtSi If m of them have indorsed the Cleveland lent attacks of intlammatory rheumatism, which M W, JOHNSON. Lscal Freight North ..65911m generally lasted about two months. On the first This House has been refitted throughout; has South.. ..5 up m Administration, which was in pronounc; of this month I was attacked In the knee and sufThe latter trains also, carry passengers. fered severely for two days, when I procured a ..GO TO.. ed opposition to that idea. Office South side Main street, in office recently A LIVERY ATTACHED. bottle of Chamberlain's I'aln Halm ami it relieved The above is calculated on standard time. Solar racated by Dr. L F Huffman, Stanford, Ky. However, the senior Kentucky sena- me almost instantly. I therefore most cheerfullv time is about 10 minutes faster. ASuIe to who are similarly Transient custom solicited recommend tor, thouch somewhat disfigured, is still everywhere. it R. thoseWhitley, Martindale, afflicted oJoiy D. N C, J. v CARRIF.R, Prop QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Feb. iSSS. ring. In a letter of the 4th Inst., In this placeMr. Whitles Is a serv nromlnetit mAii To have your photographs made.! You still find in the and his disease wns very widely that ho will always treat you ritfht andglse ou Trains pass Junction City as to Mr. V. T. Clore, of Oldham county, known, as he suffered such severe pain. W AI saimatiioii. KtmcmDtr ne makes pictures 01 an Hound; No, 5 at 11 33 a. m. , No a, 12:40 SALOON Houston .V Co., merchants, Martindale, N C. ,W the different sites, esen from the smallest photo, "You will re- bottles for sale by Dr M. L. Ilourne, Druggist and graphs up to a life sire portrait in crayon, water p. m.; No. 1, 3.07 p. m ; No. 3, lo.aI, arrives at Senator Blackburn says: no: p. m. AT ROWLAND Optician, Stanford, Ky colors and pastells. If you hate a picture sou North Hound, No S leaves at 310 a. m. No. 4 member, probably, that I was chairman want eulargrd, it will pay you to sec him before local 3:20 a. m j No 6, :o; p. iu.; and No. a at of the Committee on Resolutions in Ken contracting with any one to have It made, as he is Bucklin's Arnica Salve. S-A.I3:46 p. m. ocated always be here to gie satis, tor Ihe best salse tucky's last democratic convention. Al- sores, ulcers, salt in the world sores, cuts, bruises faction. here and will A.J. EAUP, Stanford, Ky. rheum, fever tetter, chapI offer for sale prisately tuy frame Hotel and though it required a fight to do it, I put ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin crup Saloon at Rowland, which arc now renting at $03 tions and positively cures piles, or no pay requir per month It is centrally located and a tine point into that platform the broadest free coin ed. It is guaranteed to invs. perfect satisfaction, lor business, being at a terminal roint on Am... age of silver plank that the English or money refunded. Trice 25 cents per box. lenof the L. & ' It has good well, stable coal For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. house and other neicssary outbuildings. Address mny retain language enabled me to draw. I would a MRs MARY C. FLRRII.L, Stanford Step. Tho First put the same plank in the platform at its youthful color, Perhaps you are run down, can't eat, can't Highest cash market price paid Chicago nest June." sleen. can't think can't do anything to your at and beauty, wn.it for Times is informed that Senator isfaction, ana you wonder you are alls you You The taking the first should heed the warning, it daily Dealer in General Merchandise, Blackburn will be on hand at the con- step into nervous prostration. You need a nerse tonic and Electric Hitters Lumber and Shingles. vention next month with that same old remedy for restoring your you will rind the tobest with nersous system its Goods sold for cash only It gives mc pleasure normal, healthy condition Surprising results silver plank, just as Senator Voorhees t state to the public in general that I am doing follow the use of tins Nerve Tonic and Alterative. &c at nicely under the Cash System and that the people built very much iu the Blackburn style Your appetite returns, good digestion it restored, arc rapidly catching .n to the fad that it ts the resume User is on hand and the bottle. and Kidneys cents at healthy action. of Queen Anne architecture A. R "Penny's better system, both for the buyer and seller. They Price jo a Try M. F. It & CO., also know that sell auods for about a third less but drug store at the Indiana convention than my competitors who do credit business He humors, scalp, the corncracker statesman is uot likely STANFORD. KY. member that I keep constantly on hand a splenJJj yr A Llttlo Olrl's Experience In a Light did assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries, Clotha to meet with any better success than the House. ing, Hoots, Shoes, Hats and the like Call in and and keepers of T Mr and Mrs see my stock, which is replenished almost daily. Hoosier Senator met with. The people Gov. Lighthouse Loren Trescott are Mich., and the are at Sand Ileach, new growth J II. HILTON, Rowland, Ky. and they are blessed with a daughter 4 years old. Last April have taken time to think she was taken down with measles, followed with a of hair no longer looking to the Roaring Wind dreadful cough and turning into a feser. Doctors NOTICETOTHK. her, but in MOKELAND, of the Bluegrass orthe Tall Sycamore of at home nnd at Detroit treated she was a vain; mere Ayer she grew worso rapidly until Dealer in the aU.se Dr In the corporate limits o Rowland Then the Wabash for leadership in the mat- "handful of bones." after theshe tried o and King's a half use of tv Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs New Discovery and Lowell, Mass. Louisville bottles was completely cured. They say Dr, 6 ter of national finance. H I. DARST. Rowland Solicited Stock Cattle and Sheep a specialty. King's New Discovery is worth its weightin gold Times. hac opened la conoettion with ny Hotel, the Persons having any of the above describes! stock vet you may get you a trial bottle free at A K Semi-Weekly t ijpumi 'Tf rW7T?W XKV-tp;- o? A Interior Journal Dlensiiro-soeke- rs c c ICE ICE! II. T. - IIU.-I- a, Nis-ua- JOHN HUGHES For Distillery, ic-i- m s to-da- y, ntum-phei- e, TO THE FARMERS. J. JR., Post-offi- 11. 1 1 1 A 97-o- PENNY, Dentist. BABP, ARTIST, follows-Sout- HOTEL AND 1 92-- ty JFOJEl L, IE. That Your Hair fullness, dress cas':h: ELKIN i J. H. HTXTOIT, Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, Ayer's Hair Vigor cleanses the cures stimulates to-da- 1 For Sl 57-i- Dr. J. C. & Co. Twenty Building Lots 1S72. ! TRAVELING PUBLIC. WILLIAM ' Will sell tickets nt reduced rates on acOffice on Main street, over W. B McRoberts count of the following occasions: Drue Store, Stanford. Forty-fiftImmense stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Annual Conclave of the When Bab7 was aide, we gave her Caitoria, small Fruits, Shrubs, Vine and Plants. Prucs Grand Commandery of Knights Templar When sho was a Child, she cried for Castoria. low. We have no agents and our profits cease R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. of Kentucky, at Covington May 2 aud 3. where theirs begin General and Strawberry Cata When sho became Miss, she clung to Castoria, logue, un appotaiion 10 H. F hillk: Kentucky State Medical Society, at When she had Cbiliren, she gare them Castoria, 7 DENTIST. Louisville May 6. Is moving to the Higgins office, Lancaster street. Nitrous Oxide Uas riven for painless estracting. Annual Meeting Loyal Legion, CincinSTANFORD, KENTUCKY. nati 0., May 4. Supreme Lodge Knights of Honor, at For years the editor ol the Burlington Junction. 8 I'Cr CClll. llllCrCNl. M. CRAIG, Charleston. S. 0., May DR. Mo., Post has been subject to cramp colic or fits of indigestion, wntcn prostra'ed mm tor nours and Homeopathic Physician, For further information call on ticket unfitted him for business for two or three days. On a note due In ao months, signed and Indorsed For the past year he has been parties and secured by agents or address D. G. Edwards, G. P. Colic, Cholera amLDiarrhtra using Chamberlain's by threw good times theabose amount real estate, KENTUCKY. Remedy whenever worth three STANFORD, Will dls-required and it has invanati y giseii mm count so that party can make 3 per cent on his occasion Cincinnati, 0. Office Hours: to 3 p. m.j 8 to A., 10 to is a, m.; prompt relief. 35 and 50 cent bottles for sale by money. Inquire at Interior Journal office 14 Druggist and Optician, Stan,'p. m. Dr. M L. A correspondent of the Rural New ford, Ky. Bourne, Office on Lancaster street, opposite Yorker puts thf question of the farm"rOTT-KNOers' grievances very neatly and pithilyi ..That., as follows: The farmer labors under too many disI can supply the families of Stanford and vicinD. Hid. will be received till noon April ar for the ity wilh home made Ice at 60 cts. per too pounds: advantages. Let me mention a few. If franchise or privilege to furnish electric lights for less than that amount at one cent per pound, and the city of Manford, the Couucll resersing the' manufactured Ice at 73 cents per too pounds or he waters his milk he is a fit candidate right to reject any or all bids. Keeps the nicest, Ihe best and largest variety of cents for smaller quantities. Ice delivered esery D. W. VANDEVEER, morning, I call special attentioti to the John Bre- for the State prison, and a sojourn there Mayor City of Manford Fancy Goods, Fruits, G. L. PENNY, Clk mer Hrewing Co.'s Celebrated I X L. Beer, for would serve him right; but the railroad which I am agent. Will furnish in eithe keg or Candies Nuts, Cigars bottle. Write for prices. man waters his stock for the same purK.11REMKR, Stanford, Ky. i3tf And Tobacco in the city t pose (to get something for nothing) and Xaigh.t he is a fit candidate for tho United States MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, Senate. The farmer issues his promise That he also keeps the cheapest stock oi to pay, and pays the interest on it'. The v 1. . -. for the street Corner Main and Depot Streets, promises to pay and get the lighting reversing Ismus for the ensuing sear, banks issue their - UrOCCriCH, the right to terminate the round! Kentucky. interest on them. Real estate paj-- an contract at anv time.W. Stauford, D. VANDEVEKIt, Mayor of all G I. PENNY, i lerk. it Has Just returned from the cities, where she outrageously large disproportion Vegetables, &c , and that he exchanges all kinds which State taxation. bought an elegant stock of Spring Goods, If tho farmer is in debt of goods fur Uacon, I.ard. Ilutter, Eggs, Potatoes, sbo is justly preud to shoiv She Invite! all the etc., for which he pays tnc ladies to see them, whether they buy or not No on his farm he is taxed for the full trouble to show goods. 8tyr SA.L3U amount, while the man who holds the Market mortgage often gets off scot free. Goods delivered anywhere in the his h 4-- jSRd A. S. PRICE, The Queen and Crescent Route t'ennysurug store. 1892. SURGEON DENTIST. Orchard, Lawn, Garden, iyehs First-Clas- house, UveryStnblc, wivsvisat for sale or svlshiu, to purchase same, to call on or address me Aneiptrlence scars In this business has brtnof profit I think I cau make It profitable both to and seller P O addre.sStsnford.Ky. (JfT.ee at the Mjers House 11. ill d wU of fifteen tome and the buyer too s John Cattleman A O Lao ham And offer the services of it to the public. ! nUbl? compare with iim,is. Ilrand uui trs utssoass in j $500 WANTED, in The Boat Give metho Country. a caii, AL. I1URNS, Manager P W. ORF.F.N. Proprietor ROYAL Insurance ' Company, OF LIVERPOOL. ' JOHN ... 10-2- 2. Al THE GOFFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY., 1 BAHBEE&CASTLEMAN MANAGURS, court-hous- ICE AND BEER. IDOIT'T JOSEPH COFFEY.Pro'r. is now la ray charge and I ititend to conduct it so as to not only maintain its high reputation, but to add to its long list of friends. Special accommodations for commercial travelers and fine roams for W TO CONTRACTORS. This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, Commerce Building, Louisville. Agents throughout tnc Sauth j JESSE WEAKEN 1 the dlsploy of samples. W. A. TIUBBLE, Local Agtnt, STANFORD ' A Flrst'ClasslSaloon "LOCUST GROVE" KY To City Lamps. 1 And MILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached. JOSF.PH COFFEY ,".f FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD. KY , Milliner and Dress Maker -- Bids Wanted. DOSTT FORGET S T And Provisions, Prices. O CZ Blue-Gra- ' 8 c, Olist- F A R, M ss FOR SALE comprising 4,0 acres ol ted within two miles ol Stamord, the couuty seal of Lincoln. Fronted by the Shelby City turnpike and accessible to Ihe Stanford ami Danville turn- This is one of the best Stock Fatmsinthe region and is in a high state of culti vation. Abundance of water lor all purposes Soil is fertile and is suitable for the growing of berrp. tobacio, corn and wheat. The land is tt, located so that it can b divided and two fine Farms made The improvements ire a large and commodious dwelling a convenient stock barn, Ac, the best of fruit of all kinds, etc For infor K II JONES, Stanford mation, apply to Hue-Gra- ss The finest Farm and richest soil In Lincoln co., Land, situa- Capital Stock Surplus S200,000 18, BOO ASSIGITBB'S H3SA3C Highest W. O. GREENI1TG, , HUSTON VILLE, KY., Dealer in Groceries, Hardware, Queens ware, Glassware, Cutlery, table end pocket, llarnessaod Coutect.onerie Atso handles Motine Pluwt, Chilled and Steel Cultivators, Double Shovels, Corn Planters, Buckeye Mower and Hinders Give him a trial LAND FOR SALE. Sixty-fiv- e AcrM of Splendid Land, situated miles from Stanford, on Shelby City turnpike, Apply J to me at adjoining Mrs. E. II Jones. Minister Sow, my dear hearer, look with 'me for a moment at the character of David. In him we see a man of brains and courage and resources! A powerful politician! A skillful leader and organizer of men! Mr. Xosittj (edging toward the door) Here, let me out ! I can't stand that man's praise of Hill ! Puck. A correspondent in an Alabama toun sends the Constitution a "poem," on the mnrgin of which he asks the following ESTAUE. J As Assignee for the benefit of the credit, rs of Mat. Philips. I offer for sale pnsatc.y a Tract Laad in Lincoln county, if 1 - m yi 2 ly trip made to Kowland. city and dai -- i& I. D O V JONES. RILEY, PineviIIe Containing 315 Acres. This Farm Is well improved and well watered The duelling house is commodious and well built. Heing susceptible of an easy division. I v oold sell in parcels, line parcel containing ijo acres, on which the del!!ug house is situate, and the other 163 acres, on which the Improvements ate not k Kd. I alo offer for sale the ii Brick House and Lot in Lancaster Now occupied by U E. McRoberts as Stanlord, Ky. uj HUGH HEID. EGGS FOR '.HATCHING. White From the following standard varieties Cochins (Mitchells strain ; White Plymoth Rocks (Hawkins strain,; White Leghorns (Kuapps Fowls separately yarded: eggs warraa;-eipurstrain, Price $1 per setting of 13, :o!m. W. M. SHUGARS, Lancaster, Ky. e. question: "Do you Think i will Evor maik a Ritur? You may. But you are liable to have a bad spell of it. Atlanta Constitution. o 11 m and adtugstore, w --s 44 , Two Vacant Lots in Same Block, On vshlch the lintm were recently burned. Pu,. seesion ol the vacant lots plvtn immediately on compliance with terms of sale. The Iwrtise Is rent-e- d for thlsje.tr, but the purchaser will be entitled to the rent trom time of purchase, i'iisis.lim of the Lincoln County Farm svlll be glsen 1st ol September next. Terms cash; the remainder In equal installments of 6 and ta months, bearing 6 percent Interest and negotiable. M. CSAUFLEY. Also about $s barrels of CORN, two Macks of HAY nnd 24 S1IOATS for alo privately. tf ' The most common and frequent favors the rising of the sun, tho recourse of the .seasons, the coutiuuance rius notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and of life, enjoyment of health, protection others not to t re.pt ss on our lauds without per. from dangors we commonly reganl hut mission, as all suh will be prosecuted to the fulllittle, and consequently seldom return est extent of the law. Signed: C. M. SPOONAMOORE due thanks for them. Barrow. t J E. BRUCE. POSTED. of God SI" h-- & 5 5 5 'fiJ C?3 THOMAS C. DALL. M. LACKOWITZ. T D NEWLAND. W. W. HAYS, CLARK REYNOLDS. STEELE BAILEY. A.M. KELAND. II. W.GAINES. JAMES GIVENS. I. S. PHILLIPS. ANTON RENACKER. The following meta's are of more mon ey value than gold: Caesium, calcium, barium, cerium, didymium, gallium, indium, iridium, lanthanium, lithium, niobium, palladium, rhodium, ruthemium, strontium, terbium, titanium, uranium, yttrium, zirconium. m Commissioner's Sale Valuable Lands and Town Property. THE F. RILEY B. HOUSE. Kentucky. FRANK RILEY, RILEY, Proprietor, London, ''.) - - ' ' , pre , Go sire. r Livery attached and every convenience me a call. id than ever e moved to my new Hotel and am better to accommodate the public. Ebony is said to bb so abundant in some parts of the State of Tamaulipas, Mexico, that it is used as firewood by the jeople and the Monteroy & Mexican Gulf railway uses it for fuel. m Garrard Circuit Court Wude II. Walker's Widow, Ac , Plaintiffs, against Pattle Terrlll, Ac, Defendants. By virtue of a judgment of the Garrard Circuit Court at its February term, 185J, In the abos-- styled suit, I will on tw O r . lSSSBSBSSf r.v- - 1 Wednesday, June 15, 1892, J. II. BAUGIIMAN, FIRE AND STORM To find the relative distance of tho sun and stars, suppose the earth and sun but 0110 inch apart. At the eame relative distance the nearest fixed star would be just 11 miles away. 1 INSURANCE AGENT! Representing i (ord, of Hartford, Conn., theater, of Manchester, Eng. nsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, Jo. of North America, " is about the only name for a girl that is not thought to do as well with tho soft sound of the "ie." It is said that Belle j i The promptness and certainty of itscuies have made Chamberlain's Cough Remedy famous. It Is I' tended especially for coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough and is the most effectal remedy known for these diseases, aj aud 50 cent bottles which ravfiMtlasi Companies. I would forsalobyDr M. L Bourne. Druggist and OptiPol. cian, btanford. Ky. ted to wait on tar friends in this line. torna-ntmptlr Usue4. TrVill insure against claus- d storms aud IlghtalnB. Lightning Cholera is spreading in Persia and heJ without additional charge. Afghanistan. Stanford. at First National Bank, At it o'clock a. m or thereabout, sell to the highest bidder at nubile outcry at the late homestead of Wado II Walker in Garrard Countr, Ky , the following Tracts of Land and Town Property, vU: Tract No. i containing 217 Acres, upon which y brick dwelling- theru Is an elegant new house, with good outbuildings and splendid Improvements of all kinds. Tract No. a contains 15S Acres. Tract No. t contains 157! Acres. The three Tracts will lie first offered seoarat.lv aud then as a whole and the bid or bids accepted that will realise, the most money. Also at the samo time and place the following lotsln Klrksvllle, Madifon county, Kv : Lot No, 1 coutalaing Acres, upon which there is a splendid duelling house with good Improvements of all kinds. Having removed Lot No. j contains Acre, upon which there Is mercial Hotel, I am my Harber Snop to the Com a large houso. Lot No. 3 contains 3 Acres. Accommodate Ladies Terms: Tho salo will be made on a credit of 6 aud is mouths, the purchaser being required to exwell Gentlemen, ecute bonds with approved security, payable to the Master Commissioner, having the force and effect In anything they may wish in my line, Chil- of a judgment, upon which execution may Issue If also waited on. Call u me. not Dald at maturity, and bearinz 6 ner cent, inter. est from day of sale until paid and with u lien retained unou the property as additional security for R. A. BURNSlDE. tne purcnase moucy. d Master Com'r Garrard Clrcut Court. In'Commercial Hotel. two-storone-sto- i, two-sto- Prepared to as ai JESSE THOMPSON, i5-t- The Directory of this Hank is eompotcd ot have ijuite a number of FARMS for sale of the T. J. Foster, of Stanford; Foresrus Reed, Lincoln county ; Lands in Lincoln county. verv best II These Farms are all well improsed andgsssMij J W. Haydess, Stantwd; rich lands, runping in site from jo to 500 S H llawghmaa, Lincoln; Considering thets locality, their richtiesa anl fer tility of soil, the convenience of turnpikes and rail- M.J. Miller, Mt Vernons ' kuJi that bring markets rltfht to our door, thoy S. T. Harm, I.lnotvln; are cheaper than the Lands of any other touaty.in J..S. Hocker Stanferd; There is scarcely a Farm in the conn- - f the Stale G A. Lackey, Llncln; ty oser 5 miles from a der.oi. ' The county is checked with turnpikes runaing T P. Hill, Stanford. There-i- s not a public road eii direction inevcry W. G. Welch, Stanford; tenni; the county seat that is not Maca4amiied. i' We hast-- ihe Knoxsille Branch of the L. A N. It W.P.Tate, Stanford R, dividing the county from Kast to West and the OFFICERS: C. S. K K from North to South; the K. C. R. R. J. Docker, President; from this nlace to Cincinnati, crossing the C. ft f) John J. Mc Nolens, Cashier; at Winchester, giving full access to the markets oi ' the whole world. Ilcsidcs, wo have three large1' A. A, McKtuney, Assistant Cashier, Flour Mills 111 the county that give us a market for all our grain right at home; aud Ihe develop. memo! the mountain regions of Eastern and Kentucky be lailroads and the out- -' T D fY T r let South by railroads has created such a demand H and uroseiuler that wecan for all kindsof cereals scarcely retain enough for homcconsumptlon. The people are prosperous, generous and kind, OF STANFORD, KY., belies ing in Christianity and education. There is not a neighborhood in the county but has a Is now fully organlred aud ready for business with gcod church and school-housStanford, the county seat of Lincoln, is a pros- - Paid up of - - $200,000. til afv,nt , , IMI inhah.l.titl ..id ,. nj.,r.,t litlta. .. I. ... ...... ..j ,.b,W.. .....w - - - the great doorway from the North aud North-- I OUrplUS, 19,000. east South and from the Northwest to .southeast. and standing as it does gating rigni into tne nos. sUCCESSOR mTiiv LINCOLN NATIONAL om of the undeveloped mout.uin. of Southeastern A."sK OF STANFORD, Kentucky backed up by Ihe whole Illue Grass region ol the Stale wilh railroads running through I Now closing up) with the same assets aud under (he same management, it 10 all points of the compass, makes it naturally fjy provisions of its chatter, depositors are as one of the best located towns In the South for mannfactures and other enterprises of magnitude. I Ju"y protected as aie depositors in National " shareholders being held individually Water Works are now being acltated and right I to the extent of the amount of their stock of a mile I abouethe town abouti could be erected water Works with very J herein at the par value thereof, in addition to the there uuuui lime cost tnai wnuiu supply a cuy oi 150,000 in- executor,mvcsica in sucn shares. It mr rt administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as habitants with the purest and best svater in the world. Our little city hss been newly rebuilt id an individual, To those who entrusted their buislness to us Ihe last few years and its business houses anl res. idenccs will compare with larger cities of greater while mnaging the Lincoln National liauk ol pretensions. Our merchants and tradesmen are atantoril, we we here tender our many thanks and all prosperous and doing well. We have two trust they will continue to transact their business banks with a capital stock ot $mi,ooo thai are with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years' experience in prosperous aud in a good condition. We have sple. did schools. We have a Female banking and as liberal accommodations as are conCollege, a large brick building, with ot er too pu sistent with sound banking. pits in attendance and under the principal. hip ol DIRKCTOKi: Prof. J M. Hubbard, is in a flourishing condition. We also have a Seminary that it a good J.J. William,, Mt. Vernon , school, with Prof. 11. F. Ulnkcmanatits head. We J. M.Hall, Stanford; have one of the Dest Public School buildings ic J. S, Owsley, Stanford; this section of the State, wlth'over 100 puptlsin attendance, and with other good private schools, S.J. Embry, Stanford; facilities are excellent. you see our school J.K. Lynn, Stanford; We have elegant church builmngs, representing A. W. Carpenter. Mllledgev-illt- ; every denomination, with a full corps 01 ministers offias class talent and are doing a better business J. K.Daughmaa, Huston villi ; than any class of men in the city, J. F. Cash, Stanford; I have tried to make this statement as facts, William Gooch,1;Stanford, Ky, without anv exaggeration or coloring, as those . H. Shanks, President. who know will bear ne out, and those who wish to buy pleasant homes at fair prices and locate J. B. Owiley, Cashl umong'a good people with all tne best surroundW. M. Bright, Teller. ings would do welt to call and see me before pur I ss I -I , South-eastern f?-.-..j II. T. BUSH, REAL ESTATE AGENT Stanford, Ky. stock, but by the stockholders' liability lor an amount equal to the stock, so that depositors of this Institution are secured by a fund of Joo,coo. Five morn statement, oftheconditien of the bank are tuade each yeario the United States government and Its assets art esamlncd at stated limes by government agenu. thus securing adduitona and perfect safety 10 depositors This institution, ongtnsily established as the Deposit Bank of Stauford in ilsS. then lied as the National (lank l Stanford in iWj and as the First National Bank ol again Stanlord irt iSSi, has hd practically an uninterrupted existence of i years li is Mter supplied aew with lacllitles for transacting business prompt IV and liberally than ever before In its long aud honorable career A' counts of corporations fiduciaries, firms and indisiduals respectfully solic-te- d Attention of ihe public Is invited to the fac that this is th only National Hank In Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital V i U"Wu nffllKW AiUOtUsJ. 1 e. ., -- Capital threc-tourt- hs ,""" -- hajtur eliewhere ' 95-i- yr '