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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892050301 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. 19 STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. MAY 3.1892. w GRAB ORCHARD. -- THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Mer&rs. Kugenu and J. K. Meljood-wi- n Mr. Edmiston otlered a bill to ex- -- 5 Tlui church tit Harmony, near Knenn Mr. It. II. fironnugli and family are havu returned from Mnrtiiinville, rejoicing over the advent of a new boy tend the time allowed for enforcing a tledleututl lint Suiuluy. Vista, was Sumlnv was h hcnutiful tiny and Intl., their rlieuiiiHtliu uiuch henellted at their home, while Mr, W. A. Carson lien for building materials from (50 days spring tlrt'HSi'B ami huts were iiumcrou. hy the ImiIih. and wife have a nice little girl, born Sat to six months. - HAVE Tiuwluy iiiKht Uev. Dr. Worrnll will urday. Communion services were lielil nt It is estimated by a Frankfort calcucon be installed at the LMI'resbyteriau chinch Tho well at the depot is out of re- lator that of the $125,0000 expended on tho Presbyterian church hh a jirofessor in the Theological h'etnin pair and the people in Crab Orchard can the General Assembly so far but $30,000 ducted by Ho v. J. U. Torcy. ary, which will cIohc its present term hardly live; but it will only be a few has gone to pay for needed legislation. Scr far vu have been tumble lo nscer days until water will How freely and all whether or not Garrard county will Wednesday, tniu The resolution to cut circuit judges' llefotu Judge McFcrran, last Satur can be tilled. havu a Htock fair thifi eummer. The salaries to $2,400 a year was rejected in Sunday being May day, everybody the Senate, but that would be big pay previous exhibitions were Miccevifiii in day, Euguiit Owens was tried on two every respect and it seems that all nee chargwt of carrying concealed weiipons was out in their new suits and as Rev. for a number of the judges whom we - OF esBary now Is for some enterprising citl- - ami one of diaturbiug public worship Amos Stout preaciied at the Baptist could name. Like sensible men, lions. 1). H. Ed- zen to bike hold of the matter to insure and win acipiitted on all but one of the church, they all had an opportunity to ,lrsl two- On Ibis ho was lined f 'J5 and dieplay their lovely bonnets and Prince iniBton and Lewis Y. Leavell voted to n good fair thla year. Albert coats tax private corporations, like individuals Mr. John Uaushiunn nnd family, of sent to tho worlfliouae 10 days. Judge MeFerran has about cleared The Keeley Institute opened Mon- or firm. Hayseed Hay, of Uoyle, wants Richmond, are visiting at Mr. K 1. Mor-- ' rowV. Col. W. 0. llradleyand Mr.Thos. his docket of tho misdemeanor cases day. I'art of the physicians came Satur- them to be discriminated against. The Carroll amendment to the revWalker attended rourt at Richmond to- - transferred from the circuit court. Three day, the rest Monday, and they expect day. Miss Juliet GUI is expected home cases only remain, two against Win. to soon have many patients, They cure enue ami taxation bill, allowing persons this week from a protracted visit to Mrs. beltzinan ami one against Kate Leo for drunkenuefv, the opium habit and also to deduct their debts from their credits Ever seen here. We o chewing and smoking tobacco. Send on in listing their property for taxation, Dr.Elkin in Atlanta. John Kirby has rellhiK whisky, IivIhk sot for next he has tlay. iSeltzman's defeiiHe, it is said, will thocigarette dude at once; ho can be cur- was rejected by the House 00 to 20. to Andercon county, where The Carroll amendment to the revbeen assigned as storekeeper and ganger bo thitt he lived in Casey county at the ed for $0. were sold, if sold at Miss Mtwgie Buchanan came home enue and taxation bill provides that pri nn.W rVilWtnr Hiirnniii. Walker Lull- -' time the dram has also accepted a Mmilar position all, and therefore the Uoyht county Saturday, accompanied by Miss Jean vate corporations shall be Uxed as indiHruco Haldeman, who will visit her viduals or limited firms waB rejected 47 in Madison couuty. Mrs. I). M. Lackey courts have no jurisdiction, A Kama of base ball between the Mrs. M. A. Fish has to 20. The hayseeds are dead "agin" haareturnetl from a visit to George- -' In this paper, so town. A. T. Nunnelly, of Stanford, was State College nine of Lexington, and the had a severe attack of tho grip. Miss corporations. Only 03 of the 100 membera of the hero Saturday. Mrs. Daniels, of Vor- - Centre College nine of Danville, Satnr-mIII- Kate Napier, of May wood, is visitinjfher y Frankfort House were visiting Mrs. I). M. Lackey day last, resulted in a victory for tho brother at this plnce. Mr. W. T. is absent from -spent Sunday in Louisville. Mr. this morning. Now don't shoot the Mrs. Frisbltutnd son, Fred, have return-- J C.C. nine by a score of S to 0. The Lexington 'fellers" came over in big W. A. Urooks spent Sunday at home to 32 who were present they were, doubted from Louisville. style, with firio uniforms ami a baud of complete the May-dadisplay of cuta less, all sick or broke and couldn't get Sir Robert Rail, F. R. S , says that tho sun will endure millions of years, music. but the raco is not always to the waj.s. Will is always ready to help his away. Louisville Times. In the State Senate Judge Lindsay more can be stated with reasonable- cer- - swift nor the battle to the strong, and native home in making a display. refused to vote for a bill under discussHut thouish the term of the we met tho enemy and they are ours, talnty. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. ion on the ground that it is about the o sun's energy is to be far pro.onued into etc,, Ac. Mr. Joseph W. Irvine, who lived tho Indelliiito future, its duration cannot C. Hill sold to O. P. Huffman same as is now found in the statute John books. He read the Legislature a raspbe eternal. The facts known and proved about live miles out on the Lebanon 3 yearling heifers at 2jc. fit) go to show that It h possible to calculate pike, died Saturday evening, aged L. II. Nunnelley sold to Fields, of ing lecture on its waste of time. with approximate correctness the times years. The cause of death was Hright'a Boyle, S butcher cattle at 2Je. Has a Complete Stock of MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. when the tires of the immense planet 'disease. Ho leaves a widow and several William Gooch sold to James u !) 2 year old mules nt $115. nhall be extinguished, when its furious' children, all grown but two. The Two Cincinnati girls married China: every ersl services weiu held at Caldwell's : shall Iibvo ceased and when Joseph Cofley sold to a Uourbon men last week. Monday and the inter-ahn- county party a 'J year-oland vegetable, nieetiuk'-housvestige of life, animal Miss Mary, daughter of Judg3 W. filly for $225. have vanished from the earth. This ment at Danville cemetery at 3 i M. the Fou Salk. Ono yearling and one 2- - S. Pr or, was married Saturday to Mr. WALL may be true, and doubtless Is. but it fur-- same day. Services by Revs. K. M. .l A. O. Sandford. of Tallapoosa, Ga. bull. It ft & K. P. Woods. - Green and Lapsley McKee. nishes no occasion for alarm to this iseuMiss Lilly, third daughter of Editor J.C.Huston was indicted during someDan Stagg sold to W. II. Traylor Henry T. Duncan, of tho Lexington oration, or those that are to follow for a 75 hog, weight about 155, at 3.S5. the February and March court for carryr considerable space of time. Pony Beazley. of Garrard, bought Press, was married Thursday night to A writer in the Texas Iaud News lug a piettd concealed. The case, with of Jones Bros, two geldings for George Otis Draper, of Massachusetts. Mrs. Mattie, widow of Joe Kimbrough, Bays he has tasted, drank ami encom- other misdemeanors, was transferred to $375. passed beer in every citv, towu and tno Quarterly Court for trial and where Reports from Montana show a loss was married the same night to B. F. hamlet In this broad land, but not until It was disposed of, Judge McFerrau of over $100,000 worth of colts foaled this Coughliu. s Promptly and in style. he blew the foam from a glass of the iludiiig the defendant guilty ami tlxiug spring. Mrs. Elizabeth, widow of Ben fiSTENGRAVING on all goods sold, free of charge. realize what his punishment at $23 lino and 10 days Lone Star beer did he Old gold and A. T. Nunuelley took his pacer to Now Mr. Verkes, America was capable of In this direction. in tho liarrodaburg Sunday to place him in Spalding, died in Lebanon, aged 7S. silver taken in exchange. and Win. C. Muse, late night news ediMost assuredly tho wonderful experi- tho defendant's attorney, "ho up-Crit Davis' hands. tor of the died at the ence of the writer would mako him a prays an appenl to the circuit court, M. F. Elkin bought of T. M. White s which is granted, so the case lands again residence of his father in Jackson, Tenn., competent judge of beer, but the a lot of hog at 3Jc and of aged 31. are that when he reached .San at tho point from which it started. John Ramsey a fat cow at 3c. Mrs. Dr. S. C. Perkins, of Bee Lick, Kate Lee ami Maine Harris, the colthe Lona Star Autonio and discovered E. I). Kennedy will stand Charley concluded that ho had found ored women arrested and taken to Samlidge the remainder of tho season at died yesterday of consumption, after an beer, ho DKALEK IN- the object of his search and determined Frankfort, last week, by Deputy U. S. his stables at the low price of $10. See illnees of several months. She was Mies Mollie Albright and formerly lived nt to permanently locate and spend tho re- Marsha) McCarty, have returned. They ad. of sy they were tried before a L. S. ComBrodhead. Mrs. Perkins leaves besides mainder of his days In the enjoyment J. N. Camden, Jr., sold 230 head of eon. beverage, shouting, "Long missioner and acquitted. Murphy, one sheep to Robert Crutcher at $5.75. J. her husband a his favorite Irvine I. Green, father of Francis Klug Gamblnus and his favorite of the detectives who helped get up the A. Coheu bought 00 hogs at llvo NEATLY AND PROMPTLY DONE. WoodMarion Green, of the Richmond Regisresidence on the banks of the spukling cases at llrst, last November, in the po ford Sun. 6yAH work warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty. 1:.. ....... i...... ........ ..,.i ... r.....i.r.,... .. ter, died List week, aged SO. It is stated San Antonio!" Evangeline, by Director, with a Mr. Green had been married 50 against the women, but as that I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods Wk siucerelv appreciate these kind a witness record of 2:19, was sold by J. D. words from tho editor of the Mt. Vernon they produced a paper which Murphy Creighton, of Fayette, to A. II. Moore, years and that his is the first death to occur in his family In that time. That he Signal. Wt were grieved to learn while admitted signing, in which t was admit-i- n of Pennsylvania, for $1S,000. was a good in in and a inod-j- l father is Slnnford Monday of the serious illness ted that all his previous statements were Wadsw orth won the Distillers' Stake KM of Mrs. W. 1. Walton. Ono cannot but false, tho commissioner gavt no weight at Lexington, Saturday, beating Ethel, evidenced in tho fact that he raised such ru--i worthy sons to up aud call him admire tho apparent cheerfulness with to his testimony. the favorite, 10 lengths, Newton 3d. bleesed. Chris Stoll, a tailor, who lives in the which Editor Walton pushes his work Distance 1 10 miles; time 1:50. while his very soul is racked with sutler-- 3d story of the old Central House, con I lor. G. W. Richardson, of Meade Reports received from all over tho Ing ami distress. e beg to join with eluded Sunday evening that ho would countv, lias just set, perhaps, tho most State show that the watermelon acreage their thousands of friends in extending commit suicide Ho had been drinking extensive orchard in tho State. It con in Georgia this year is about 20,000. The our sympathy mid in hoping for Mis more or less and was discouraged over a siits of 20,000 trees and covers 400 vines are in fine con lition and the crop scarcity of money, a big family ami tho acres. Walton's speedy restoration to health. will probably bean early and good one. fact that ho had been garnisheed for a Fully 50 fanners accepted the invi At tho usual acreage the total producbill, printed in $2 05 butcher bill. Ho was on the roof An old restaurant Richmond, In January, 1MH, givts tho of the house trying to jump, with his tation to t.iKo some ot ttie seca corn tion will be about 9,000 car loads. and for e prices in Confeder- wife clinging to him screaming, when JHuntbv lion. D. H. Edmiston to this of- Tlie State we ither service reports a following lu'e lor distribution and all promised to great improvement in all cropi, though $o.."0; ate tnouey. Soup, ?I 50; chicken, Messrs. 1. Maunini and S. G. Harlan CtLKtnrla cures Colic, Constipation, """ aZ "CattorUU so well adapUd to children that Sour ijtomocli, DLarrhn'.a. Eructation, report results. ,Z2 wheat, in place, li is n it fully recovered roast beef, S'.l; ham ami eggs, $:t; went to her assistance and brought the I recommend It oj superior to any prescription Kills Worms, ghes sleep, and promote diThe hog market is on u down grade, from thetlauMging olleds of the heavy $2; collee, 2; bread jind butter, man down. Dr. Bogle, who attended II. A. Ancntn, M. D known to mo." gestion. prospects not good bv auv means. rains early in last month. g Without Injurious medication. 111 So. Oxford St., UrooUyn, N. Y. $1.50; u bottle of champagne, $f0,n drink him, thinks ho is much to be pitied ami with is under full headway and with fa of rye whisky, '; a bottle of ale $lt docs not doubt the genuiueness of the Hardin & Beauchatnp shipped 100 head Tub Cntacr Compant, 77 Murray Street, N. T this week ami 8old them at 1.30. Leb- vorable weather conditions the crop will ami a cigar $2. attempt at anon Enterprise. all bo in the ground within the next A large number of young people, Spreckles cleared It is said that Clans Corn planting is the order of the week. Tobacco plants- - are reported to of his competing chaperoned by a number of older folks, day now nnd the work is being pushed io.000,000 by tho be very plentiful, but are small for tho went to Llnnietta Spring, Saturday, to refinery to the sugar trust. A more imwhile the sun shines so pleasautly. A season. J. N.MEJfEFKI A. C. SINE indulge in an "egg hunt." Near tho portant inquiry is, what will tho people few farmers have finished aud all ought end of tho procession, leaving Danville, AGeoiigia Itkm. The Widow Jones gain ? They may rest assured that they to be the last of the week. who has buried five husbauds, has purpay that $5,000,000 was a barouche in which were Mr. Dawill bo compelled to D. J. Curry & Rue bought 25 head vid Dunn nnd Misses Neville ami WilIT and more; elso tho great trust would not son, of Caldwell College. of mules at an average of $100. They chased a lot near the cemetery, where Down near cottape. She have advanced tho money, n'to bought this week, from Danville she will soon erect a neat where tho steam pump, which forces mules is an enterprising woinsn. parties, seven head of 2 year-ol- d The Chicago Herald says that good tlio water from a spring to the D. & I). I larrodsburg Democrat. 572.50. tit There is much truth in the remark of roads are of so much importance that Asylum Is located, tho horses scared and Milton Young has 00 foals and 05 one who "The worst thing a method to suggest went over tho side of the pike, n wheel the man who has due and no losses so far. His obout the grip is that you are sick with do well to Btump his State, and broko and tho barouche upset. All more Rough and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Brackets would colts generally average 1,000 per head it so long after you get well." if necessary to carry tho matter into were thrown out and moie or lees and Verandah Work. $100,-0Misses Neville and Wilson at public auction, or an income of politics. What better platform could a bruised. Lexington Gazette. on the whole. candidate for governor desiie than one were both severely cut about the head. Win. Moreland bought of D. G. Elcountry roads? Physicians who attended them say that which demanded better hog at 3Jc; of Hunn The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. their Injuries, although painful, are not liott 00 Every ono may not kuow that the eerious. Blain 140 of same at same price; of - Office Bank of England notes are made from Emmett McCormack 14 butcher cattle at cuttings never from of same at same The grand jury at Paris bus indicted 3c and of Will Cloyd 5 new white linen anything that has oeou worn. So care- C. C. Mooro for publishing two slander- price The Louisville Critic sayn that out fully is tho paper prepared that oven ous articles about the Christian church; the number of dips into the pulp made W.S. Marshall, of Lexington, for print- of the large number of entries, but eight by each workman is registered ou a dial ing the Blado with tho articles in it; horses will start In the Derby to be run week, Bashford, Craddock & Remington, of tho Paris nt Louisville by machinery. Large and Fresh Stock of Kentuckian, for publishing a communi- Azra, Phil Dwyer, Low Weir, The Hero, kingdom of Poland there was In the cation saying Mooro was in the asylum; Gorman, Farady and Irish Chiof. Tho formerly a law according lo which nny W. T. Ficklen, for giving Moore inform- Critic thinks that either Phil Dwyer or person found guilty of slander waa com- ation about tho church members and Lew Weir will win. pelled to walk on nil fours through tho Win. Remington for pulling Ficklen'n William Stigall, of this county, has Btreets of tho town where he lived, ac- nose for giving the information. sold to It. Duval!, Richmond, Mo , the Onion Sets, Beans, Peas, &c, in bulk. All kinds of package seeds; companied by the beadle, as a sign that jack, "John Morgan," for At Burlington, !. J., a priest stop- fine also Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks, Shovels, Picks, Grub Hoes and he was unworthy of the name of man. ped his prayer and drove a member of $1,200. George Cogar has bought durmonths about 1,250,000 A Cream of Tarter Unking Powder Highest o( Mattocks. The republican convention in Ala- Ids congregation from the church with ing the last two Latest United States nil in leateninc strength Collars, Hames, Collar Pads, Trace Chains, Bridles, Halters, &c. two factions and sent a revolver. fhe member had incurred pounds of hemp at from $3.75 to $4.30 Government Food Iteport. bama divided into displeasure by allowing a per 112 pounds-- . Ho has been snipping ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.. to Minneapolis. Both the priest's two delegations too Wall meet, New York. protestaht youth to court his daughter. it to the East. Advocate. are, however, instructed for Harrison. SEVERAME & SON - THE LARGEST STOCK Dry Goods, Notions, pets, &c, Car- II i ' - Jjatui-Kon- red-goo- Have not Time or Space to Give Particulars grand-paren- ts. Mat-tingl- roll-ca- ll COMB &.2KJD SEE. , y - W.B.acRDBERTS, j , ' Druggist and Jeweler, Mc-Carl- fun-actio- DRUGS, e ll BOOKS, PAINTS, 1 ear-ol- PAPER, j i Jewelry & Silverware. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired first-clas- work-hous- e. " Courier-Journa- l, prob-bllitie- 200-poun- d ROBT. FENZEL -- WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY REPAIRING ' 3c K n i i 1 wrnnmnMHHHWVrmHa 1 on I war-tim- Infants Children. 1 raw-oyster- Corn-plantin- $'-- on. SINE & DEALERS MENEFEE, I SBSBL DOORSJMD WOVE1T BUMS. ob.-erve-d, 1) iT. 00 200-pou- nd t RpYAl WIRE AUD SLA.T FE1TOI. :i and Yard Depot Street, . Stanford, Ky. JUST RECEIVED. i i- POWDER GARDEN SEED F ARRIS & HARDIJNT. -i .1 ' Absolutely Pure r K 5 t T By the overturning of a boat on Chicamauga creek, near Chattanooga The annual meeting for the election of a Miss Blanche Barr and Wcndall Sauders Office opposite Coffey House, and Hoiird of Directors for Knob I.lck Turn, pike Co lll be held at the Kim National Hank were drowned. in StQfoid the firl Sntuidav In May, igoj, and May Stanford, Ky., Representative Charlton, of Louis stockholders are hereby notified. CLlVTON FOWI.KR.rrei. 1; ig 6m ville, is playing for the labor vole by of fering a bill to have all prison made W. goods so marked. Tqe annual meeting of the (Inctklmlilcr of the The jailer nt Paris has been ordered rh annual meeting if the ttockhcMett of the Sinlonl Haiti C.apTurnpiU Ki.ad Co. for tho Turnersvllle, Mc Kinney & ColTcy'a Mill Turnpike to keep Editor Moore in a cell and not Koad Co. will be held nt McKinney first Saturday election of a I'rraiitcnt and Hoard i.f Dlicctnn for in May, 1S91, at p. m. for tho purpose of the ennilne year wilt he held at Vamluetr allow him the freedom of his house and ti.re a President and lloanl of Directors for the electing In Stanford hrst Saturday in Ma, iJ.,i, at p m cmuinir It F. (JOODK, Pre. yard, as heretofore. 17 rr. On last Friday an old man and J. K UNN. I'rei. Odd Fellows are warned against one little boy were seen plodding this E. W. Mitchell, who is working lodges way over the road from New York Hunting with a bogus letter from tho The shareholders if the Hanging Fork & Green ton, W. Va., lodge. River Turnpike Htd Co. will mc t at Ware' to this place. Noticeable about Lincoln Circuit Court. the firThe Paris Kentuckian is authority them was the old man carrying a John r.C.uh.Rc, l'altitilT,nt:alnt J M Sibold. itorent McKinney onor electing Saturday In May, President and io, er the purpose the ensuing a year, ilnrd id Direct. hi for for the statement that tho Blue Graps Ily vlrtui- of a judgment of taltl court, rendered ? Vhen asked by In the ntxne large sack. J. W.filVKNS !' Blade will be issued no more, but that very ttyied cate at the March wrm, iki, a passer-bwhat that oig sack was I wlllun seems to be immaterial. In tlieir last National platform the reThk most elaborate preparations are May 9.I1, 1892, At Nelson, O , Miss Neilio School, a for, he would only look and smile; publican promised one ceut postape, being made to entertain tho editors by high school teacher, was driven to suiI he stock holders ol the Hush llranch Turnpike along with other fallacious tiling- Those an answer would he give. At t o"cloclc p. m or thrreaUmt it being the mi t Hubble tint Saturday in city of Lexington nnd the occasion cide by poison by tho vile slanders circu- never day of tho May term, iSgt, of the Lincoln caunty !f ""',h,-,,- ' confi- the who were foolis.i enough to put lw. llat publu Ai'ttiun to the highest bidder suing. jear to elect a Hoard of Directors for tho en. The little boy was inclined to tell, before the promises to even eclipse the hitherto un- lated bv her jealous rivals. G. C. GIVi'NS. Pre ,7 dear in Slanlntit, Ky., the dence in it are now claintnoring for the following described .ituatvd in of Owensboro. The J. H. Matherly, who poisoned, old but a look from the old gent soon oi Rowland. Lincoln propel ty Ky., being the town fulfillment, hut the Cincinnati Commer- beaten record county, two lot meeting begins on tile 10th and will last man Holliday, is to hang next Friday at stopped him. In talu tnwn. which are hounded tluit Hr it lot cial Gazette siys the cry is unreasona-hiU bounded thus, lhvtnulnj; at a itakp In riouh three days, each hour of which is to be Springfield. The prisoner has been in ide of an a lot and corner to SayrM, that it would cause too great a de filled in Curiosity overcame one of the thencoN alley W Iftpolet 14oflinU to.,ld Male, cor- .Mill rurnplke''u " VAhv w"'l"nvltl. & CoOey-- i a 3',i with some greater enjoyment tho Louisville jail since his sentence. Co. meet Dr ' ner tr me; thence N. ioj.polr; thence N. $7. off.ee In Hu..onvllle firt SaluHay ficiency, &c. The reduction of postage t many people passing along, and W s poles 13 linka to the beginning containing p. lit to elect a PrwIJ.n, The New York republicans indorsed VrDlrtort Bd per cent , is than the one before. It is not likely at ttiid time, one hundred one acre. The second lot coulaint about U rr. fur ensuing year .;. C I.YON, Prei. 17 that we will be able to attend, but if we Harrison but failed to instruct for him. following him, they noticed he and adjoint the lot of Thcmas Hall on the southimpracticable and therefore unreasonaeast. m. Chanpell on the east and James and Y ard absent in body we shall be present Depew, Hiscock, Piatt and Miller were went to the ble, but the cry is not. When a great f. Ilattinoo the north and eitandan alley on spirit wishing the boys a good time selected as delegates-atdargMeeting-themth. The Hrst lot described will be told to Minneand moral party makes a promise for in first and II that docs not bring a sum sufficient to and congratulating the blue grass city on apolis. pay plaintiff' judgment and costs, then the last purposes the people have '.r?.r.e,.,n':of ,,ie Kocfcholdrri. of the Stanford named lot will bo sold for that purpose ft Milledgevllle Turnpike for the election of a the complete success of her big under The president has appointed T. Jef n right to cry for its fulfillment andcurae bale will be made on a credit of lx month, Prcw(.ntand Hoard of Director for the ensuing taking. bonds required of the purchaier with a p proud year will bt heid at McCcrmuck. Mar feraon Coolridge, of Massachusetts, to be at J the makers when it is not done. The . security payable to the Commissioner, hating the " W.W envoy extraordinary and minister pleniforce and effect of a iudirineut. retaluint- - a lim republican party is the party of pretext Youno H. H. Smith, of Hardin, better upon the property wild until all the purchase mon Bnd keeps the word of promise to the known as the D. F. politician with an potentiary of the United States to ey is paid and bearing interest at the rate of tin percent per annum from date until paid Said France. ear to break it to tho hope. ambition that far o'er leaps itself, has tale will be made to aatisfy a debt of Ji'.oStth The stockholders ol the .V HuMonvllls The people of the country have setsix per cent. Interest from March 11 iSoi. until Turnpike In will hold theirManlord annual election for a announced himself a candidate for Con P id and $jo protabte costs of this action Bigned the reapporGov. Flowkr has 1'retidrnt and Hoard of Dirctora at tled the Question, and there is no need at U M IJAVIbllX, and proposes to ruritrsllle alipm first aturda In Ma..iSs. tionment bill and New York will hereaf- gress in the 4th district istd Master Com'r l.lmoln Circuit I ouit for further argument. It is Cleveland F. CASH. IW J. Montgomery, to ter be fairly represent e I in'the Legislature the present incumbent, nowhere. Frankfort Dropped his sack on the floor and leave it to Hardin county which shall first and tho rest and in Congress. By the most shameasked for a chair, all the while race. This is a rather cheeky Capital. ful of gerrymanders, New York, which make the A mob attacked the jail at Nashholding tightly in his hand a paproposition, which Montgomery will not is a democratic State, sometimes by a broad daylight nnd taking of course accept, but whether he does or ville in the per, which he would continually majority of 192,000, has had a republirapist, therefrom, hung which of the two is elected, is Eph Grizzard, a can Legislature foi years and of a conse- not, or him to a bridge and riddled his body look at and smile. One of the & not of great importance. One is about quence two republican Senators, until salesmen asked him what he wish- Ard Lincoln Ceunty to call and cxamlns the han Wome.l ami cheipcst lino ol WALL with bullets. as good as tho other and the other is PAPKK ever the people could stand it no longer and A Washington rumor has it that ed. offered to the pco.)leof Cettril Kentucky His reply was: ''Mister, I about as bad as tother. Neither is a fit corrected the injustice themselves by friends of Cleveland will propose that At A. E. CIBBONS', DANVILLE, KY. electing a democratic Legislature in spite successor to the Hon. J. l'roctor Knott, both Cleveland and Hill be withdrawn want all this," at the same time He can also furnish you the best PAINTS, OIL, VARNISHKS. showing one of our of tho gerrymander and then choosing Ac. allow., any wholesale The G. A, It. at Lebanon demanded from the presidential contest in favor of home m the Stale People desiring to do the.r ova work can a ars do belter by getting advUe frm Frank that every soldier be pensioned who is Win. C Whitney. David Bennett Hill senator. in experienced and practical man, and Hiscock will go in lS93a!soto make room entitled to be. Everybody will siynmen of Montgomery, The court of claims Get your Oombioations Complete and Save Money. for a democrat. to that, but the trouble is there are like that of several other counties, so many living oil' the government garded the constitutional limit and fixed Biier. Fox, of the Danville Democrat, are not entitled to be clothed nnd the poll tax at f.5. The bonded debt of says he has not changed his opinion as that fed in that Tray, men who never knew Montgomery is $171,000. to the availability of Mr. Cleveland. He tho smell of gunpowder nnd never did a At;.Middlesboro J. II. Blankeuship, is as much convinced n?ever that he is a day's service in their lives. Nobody white, quarreled with a negro named not the proper man to nominate, though objects to liberal pensioning of deserv Bloom over a game of oontz and BlanV-- ' Advertisements of last week, which he fears he will be. Brer. Fox may not ing men, but it goes against the grain of enshin tmot and killed Bloom. Blank- - he had cut out of this valuable pahave changed his opinions, but he has to have to work for men enship flVd, but was captured. per, saying it took him all this been mighty charry in expressing them the who were as worthless in war as they Six members of the "Devils Auc- time of late and acknowledges he would not to get here, and hoped he in peace. tion" Company were burned to death in do 60 now except for the frequent pub- are destroyed the Grand Cen- was in time for the extraordinary the fire which lic and private twittings that he has un The peach growers' bill before the Philadelphia last week. We are sorry we added to the Legislature in New Jersey provides that tral Theatre at dergone. A man nnd two boys are missing. weight of the brother's woe. Let him a peach basket shail measure ISA inches J. N. Blnudon, who has been a "hoy .lay low and we will not disturb him at the top and be of a rapacity to hold preacher" about Florence, Ala., for four BKa'njust half a bushel of fruit; each basket to or five years, was given 100 lashes by a The republicans in Ohio indorsed Har- bo stamped "Standard N. J." It is hop mob and ordered to leave. He had made rison, bnt did not instruct for him. The ed that an amendment will be adopted insulting proposals to a young lady. And examine the Studcbakcr. Car-loaThe smile on his countenance just received. j old fight between Sherman and Foraker prohibiting the bottom from taking up Ambushed robbers fired upon a stage when his request was complied was renewed and the result was a dog-fa- ll more than half the space iusidu the bas- near San Andreas, Cal., killing a young in the selection of delegates to Min ket. woman and fatally injuring the driver. with, as bargain after bargain was neapolis, Foraker and his man Bushnell The people's party, which was going The express messenger was also wound- bought, induced the manager to being named and Sherman's men, Gov. tp play such hades in Louisiana, cast less ed, but took tho reins nnd escapee! with offer to the public for McKinley and W. M. Hahu. The plat than S,000 votes, while the democrats the stage and money. form opposes free silver coinage in the came up smiling witii lL'o.uuu. Fifteen years ago Milt Young kept a lne remost direct terms, which taken in con- publican vote waH scarcely 40,000. The cigar stand, and his uncle, John Young ) nection with the action of the Colorado South is solid and will continue to be as Brown, a law office in Henderson. ToDuring the year 1S92 I shall keep constantly on republicans shows that there is but little long as the negro question remains day the latter is governor of the grand hand a full and complete stock of unity in the party on that question. old Commonwealth and the former pro JC?v-.j'prietor of a SoOO.OOO farm in Fayette The editor of the London Echo should count v. Hfou Muluolland, tuj handsioie at Paducah, not bother his massive mind with the aad dashing Among tho new enterprises in the his been sentenced to a year in the pen- abstruse questions of tariiT. The man South noted by the Baltimore Manufacitentiary for stealing the money from a who can not be taught that the tariff is turers' Record of the 29th are a 5100,000 registered letter. He has appealed and a tax, with so many object lessons pre- mining and milling company nnd a will lie in the Louis. yille jail until it is sented daily, is not likely to tumble to $200,000 wheel manufacturing company My stock of : decided. He bejotjgs to a good family, argument no matter how plainly and at Covington, Ky., and n $100,000 iron bit made the mistake of joining the re- comprehensibly made. fence manufacturing company at Louispublican party and attempting . to imiIs larger and better selected than ever at.d I assure my customers of If our World's Fair lady commission- ville. tate some of its shining lights; but he ANDSome members of the Legislature prompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas s stole too little and now a felon's cell and ers are as pretty as the Dalton in charge. pictures make them, they are as worthy headed by Senator Dave Smith, have A. R. PENNY. a felon's stripes await him. called a meeting of frijnds of Senator representatives of Kentucky beauty as : Carlisle, to be held nt Frankfort, next Conoreshman Bland and Senator they are of her splendid womanhood. Thursday, "to consider what action, if Pagh, a couple of crank on the silver We tender our sympathy to Bros any, Mr. Carlisle's friends in Kentucky question; profess to believe that the failHavens and Cassity, of Mt. Sterling, in should take toward presenting his name Special No. i: Choice of 25 ure of the bill for free coinage will break their loas of a valuable printing office by to the national democracy for the presi- Men's Wool Suits, ranging in price une 01 the largest and most complete stocks of McnV, Hoys'Jand tha Solid South, which of course is the dency." merest bosh. The silver business will fire. Children's Ferdinand Ward, who swindled from $10 to Si 2.60. Special price cat about as much figure in Kentucky NEWSY NOTES. out of his money and who $8. Gen Grant as in any of the,, other Southern States, Tho Cincinnati Musical Festival will aided Fis'i to ruin the Marine Bank of and no man will say its cut will ber per Special No. 2: 14 Men's New York, was released from Sing Sing be held May ceptible here. Si 8. Ever broughtto the East End of the county. Also larsrc and well In as many negro rov.s in Louis- Saturday. His term of 10 years was cut tra fine Suits, former down to 0J by good behavior. He work- Special price Si 3. 75. If Mr. Harrison is nominated nnd ville five persons were killed Sunday. assorted stock of Custom-Mad- e an J Eastern elected, and that "if" is a very long, Paris has 105,000 electric lights, a ed in the printing office nnd never even Special No. 3: 75 Men's Cas crooked letter, the question arises will largely greater number than any other received a reprimand in that time. -- The Register says the county court simere Pants, former price he retain the "cheap clodings" man, who city. A Congressman was fined SI for go- made the followlnir agreement with Jailraised the $400,000 corruption fund in price S2.10. For both ladies and gentlemen. Call and examine our stock before de1S8S, at the head of the ing to the races without leave of er Wagers: Said Wagers may work such lapartment, or will he again put the office county pi isoners ns are sentenced to purchasing your Spring Goods. Special prices on up to the highest bidder? If the latter. Four negroes were lynched near bor, free of charge, on condition that he Goo llettsville, Tenn., for rape on a clothe said prisoners comfortably, carry will Wanamaker another bid ? se all paupers having permits to the white girl. It is hoped that if the democrats "dee Avers is the name of a new nnd have graves dug and haul nnd cide to come West" for a presidential in Whitley county and Jos. Mead-or- s see to the burial of all paupers In the cicandidate they will not even think of As we have too many and our is postmaster. ty limits. John M. Palmer. He is a back number The World's Fair buildings require The introduction of n resolution in- Special Sale includes some of the -and is too old to be considered. Should 75,500,000 feet of lumber and dorsing Harrison's administration causJITbest bargains ever offered. a Western man be named, it seems that pounds of iron nnd steel. ed an uproar in tho Colorado republican Gov. Boies is the most availably. At The Boston Herald estimates fjhat convention nnd the resolution was deany rate, he is the only man who isatnl! Mr. Cleveland will get 737 of the THE BEST feated by a vote of 023 to 2. Tho platlikely to carry his own Stafb. to the Chicago convention. form demands tho free nnd unlimited ChilNew York City has 377,755 alien noinase of silver and directs tho delegates Kentucky G. A. H , which met at The of any man Lebanon last week, made the usual howl population, that is to say, people who to oppose tho'notnination owe no allegiance to tho United States, for president who does not favor unlim- for more pensions, which seems to bo At Lawrence, Mass., ete Eno, char iled silver coinage. Just received 50 styles of Men's tho proper caper since the concern was Shupard Busby was hanged at Fort Straw Hats in all shapes. ged with murdering his wife, committed organized for that purpose. Gen. E. H. of a deputy U.S. The Hobson beat Collector Scott two to one suicide by hanging in his cell at the jail. Smith for the murder Also bear in mind we are lead O. Graves, of Montgomery marshal. He talked for a half hour on Colemnu commander, T. E. Live for department ottertho scaffold, making out a case of self, ers in low prices in our Dry Goods, zey was nud county, won the medal for oratory ed by Chancellor L. II. Blanton at Cen- defense. The old hangman, Maledon, LION PAINT will cover one-hal- f more space than any Paint mixShoe and Carpet Department io on. men from tral University. who has hanged his ed by hand and is guaranteed to give satisfaction. Accept no substiTnE Louisville Commercial speaks of Tho steamer Itaidon Mnru was sunk tho same beam, did not execute Busby , tute. Good Agents wanted. Manufactured by ECA.-3TSthis paper as the Standard Journal, in a Japanese harbor by floating ico and on nccount of an old friendship between LION PAINT & COLOR WORKS, LEXINGTON, KY., a decided compliment from a worthy 10 people drowned. Another steamer them, llulf a dozen women wero witStanford, Ky. Manager. A. R. Penny, Druggist, Agent, Stanford, Ky. source. Now is the time to subscribe. 6truck a rock and 37 people drowned. nesses of the execution. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal Aftrh hobnobbing nnd banqueting P. WALTON. THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE. with Senators nnd Congressmen who Mr. Cleveland's nomination, be cause of his rueged honesty nud official 3, 1802 integrity, Mr. Wattereon blows his bazoo again an' tho notes fall in double to le.ids in yesterday's Courier-Journeflect that Cleveland, although the the admittpd choice of an overwhelming majority of democrats all over the conn try, must not be nominated because tho machine of New York is against it. In other words, wo are to throw overboard the only man who can win other States into tho democratic column simply because Tammany has willed otherwise. Let Mr. Watteison come home; Washington "society" doesn't agree with him. It mixes 'em too much. op-posal o DR. J. A. AMOXT, 9 Turnpike Election. Presl-rte- nt FOUND. Stanford, Kentucky. Turnpike. Election. Turnpike Election. 1 i ' '' Commissioner's Sale. - Turnpike Election. -t y Monday, court-hom- e Turnpike Election. J nti-e- t - e Turnpike Election. I )tj "b S. . e Stockholdcra' vote-catchin- g Louisville Store, McKm-RldK.t-rc- Turnpike Election. schoU-hoii- WANTED. Five Thousand Ladles Gcutlciunn from Stanford di-re-- j SPE61ALSALE tax-pay- er j Do You Need a Wagon ? VSiaKLaa - BARGAINS I! CALL AT J. B. FOSTER'S d -- d. This Week Dloflrinj A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER gijijlfv Drugs and aN04?wlxl Toilet Articles Paints, Oils, Glass, Books, & Stationery. & I I Special WATCHES, CLOCKS JEWEI.RY -- Courier-Journal'- HAT SALE. JUST RECEIVED, ex-pri- ce 24-2- CLOTHING r9 post-olfic- e nb-sen- poor-hou- post-offic- Boys' and Children's Clothing, W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. . theIian W -- OOOdei-egat- es I Special Prices On Men's, Boys' nnd dren's Hats. . IS PAI NT Best is the (west d r, four-scor- o A.. I p, ntir" 1" A-.- . wm&Hm WWPP'jaPI'fJlr'EjESaSli V' -S- emi-Weekly Stanford will soon be abend of nil her sister towns, with water works, electric light), ice factory nnd street cars. But Bon.v, to tho wife of Mr. James Gasti- - wo O.U.IFOHMA peaches below cost nt B. won't be proud tho' with all of neau, who lives on the Danville pike, a them. Even a Lancaster man will be .MAY 3. 1892 K. & V. II. Wenreti'fl. Stanford, Ky., LADIES AND GENTLEMEN: boy. treated with our ariistomed civilitv. Plants of all kinds, early cnbbngoand " See Bice Benge, my agent in Garrardi If you would dress well and for little money, read the list of new li c.wALTON.Bus.ManQKer tomatoes. 0. J. Newland. Tiik report comes from Somerset that before you sell your wool. Ho will pay Tom Scott slipped uj behind Editor things now in stock at the new store under the Coffey House, Wc New and novel assortment of Glass- more than anybody for it. A. T. Nun-- n Bucker and knocked him down with a have MEANS IUSINESS. ware just received at A. A. Warren's. el ley. lNTERioRjouRMBL!r,S:or,,'OM,a" r"e'v' 3 Cashnxt photographs at Earp's at 15. $1.1)9 per dozen up till May ATTENTION, FOM tp ol O V Wall i'.u'uu mid paints at W. B. 0 dono at A. It. ronny'H. the rock pile. Buy your books mid pcIiooI supplies of T. B. Walton sold to John M. Hail 10 . all kinds from A. H. Penny. "i shares of stock in the Farmers Bank & Tiik weather for the pait week is a FitEsit Lnndreth Garden bvvfo, lob-ens'. Trust Co. at SI 21. forcible reminder of that which Solomon pnpprsnnd In bulk, nt V. B. Mel enjoyed when ho sang his wonderful Uwe''y Foil Bent. House and lot on upper Song. See 2d chapter 12th vere. Havic your watch, clock Penny's. All work Main. Has S rooms, good well and cisrepaired at A. It. warranted. tern. B. G. Gover. I will buy all tho wool, feathers and . Himkmiier that all flllvenvare. WHtclie, bacon sides that I can get in exchange ... rhiRfl, Ac., bought at A. It. Penny b A. T. Mautin,- - the May wood cheap for dry good, boots, shoes and clothing . bo enttraved free of charge. man, is selling lota of goodsand deserves at the highest market price. John S. it, as he is selling lower than anybody in IltlgllCH. PERSONAL POINTS. m Knuravino bvnutifully mid nrtietlcnlly Mu. B. G. Alkohh has been allowed a Looan Cofkey, colored, was lined ;10 pension of $12 a month, with SltJO back by Judge Carson Saturday for whipping his wife. Ho will work out the fine on - policeman's billet hccnu(t he published that the grand jury had indicted him for some of his numerous offenses. We hardly think Mr. 'rott could have been guilty of so cowardly an act, but if he is the law should put hitn where he won't be able to nvkult anybody efce soon. TfYTnrc JUJCllLJLM'JLJCJti 7C g, ij Shanton Pongcs, Satin Chenna, Magnolia Mulls, Mulhousc Indias, Printed Indias, Challics, Percales, French and Zephyr Ginghams, Henriettas in Silk Warp, and Wool-FillinWhip Cords, Armenian bcrgc, Mohairs, cotch Homespuns, Camels Hair SuitHenhy Dauoiikuty, h young man em- ings, Bedford Cords' in cotton and wool; Crcpons in Black and Colployed in Louis Bumsey's paint shop at ors, China Silks and every new weave that is out. In Laces Lexington, was fatally burned- - by the All-Wo- f Mnt. W. G. yesterday. Wku-i-i went to Louisville this section. Pktk Hampton is so enthusiastic over the water works and electric Hghtt that are visiting nt Sclenco Hill. he secured the pen that signed the conMn. K. W. Hayhen, of Providence, tract and will ureserve it as n valuable has been on a visit to relatives hero. reminder of the dawn of a new em in Mn. Boiikht McAlibtkk, of Jewamine, Stanford. His over winding up his business here. The Altnmont and Manchester railMiss MattikOwslkv hns gone to Loube treated for a throat nllec-tlo- road, projected by Col. CassiuBCrooke, is isville to being graded and at least 10 miles will Lexington, hns be in operation by November. It heads Mn. DIU.K Ciiahj, of Wen on a visit to his sister, Mrs. Capt. northeast througli Clay, Perry, Breathitt, Ac, and goes through the finest coal VcsL And wc can show as nice an assortment as the people have John P. Haley's residence at SomMrw.T. M.Goodksioht, of fields hi Kentucky. Piior. ASi) Tiik IXTKition Journals have joined $2,3$), with no inGras-- League. Les Wilson will erset was burned; lo3 Frankfort, are visiting nt Mr. A. I. An evangelistic tramp, who gave his tho Blue Boot's. with them again and Manager Bice surance. name as tho "Bev. Paul Bugley," held play Green Lewis got a judgment against Mm. II. C. Butoiir and Mr. W. C. forth on the streets here Friday for an is corresponding with Boone, who' playthe city of Somerset for $150 for injuries visiting at Mrs. J. will Price, of Danville, are hour or two, but failed to get even the ed with the Louisvilles last year, and ' K. Fnrris'. received on a bad plank walk. likely engage him. him, consequently A post office hns been established at Hcplky weut to Mariou loafers to listen to Miss Minmk All Styles and Colors of collections were scarce and the old man We desire to say to our customers Jay, Bussell county, and Charles a HamSaturday to visit her Muter, Mrs. Dr. moved on to more inviting fields. whoso accounts are past duo that while monds appointed Hourigan. wo have been very lenient iu the pat, The threatened labor troubles in the Mips Asnik Alcoh.v ha returned from Tin: democratic county committee hns Miss Pox Pennington been called by Chairman J. B. Paxton to tho time has now come when we must Old World promised for Mav day didn't a month's visit to have our money. Prompt payments will occur and there was no serious disturbnt Mlddlesboro. meet hero next Saturday to decide on Aance in" this country. Mips Kixa G hay, of Danville, who has the manner of selecting delegates to the save costs. Sine Menefoe. Home-Spun- s. Mr. J. L. Logan, son of Mr. Janus been the guest of Miss Minnie Uupley, State convention. A mass meeting at IlKCAi'SBofa slight reduction in tie B. Logan, formerly of this county, lost went homo Saturday. on the 14th seems to be price paid for digging coal tho miners at tho court-hou- e his' residence in Jessamine by fire. Loss Bev. am Mns. J. M. Bkcce and little the idea of motof the committee. the various mines in Laurel went on a $4,000; insurance $2,300. arrived yesterday Lnvorno, strike Saturday. It is thought that tho Pulaski Beteie Guile, a The City Council, which has hereto- strike will last a good while, os both to visit Mrs. N. A.Tyref. any wheto it could, has rented sides are determined to make no con- girl, ran oil to Lexington and entered a Mim. ni.un Owbss and col. win. fore met hoiihe of prostitution, but was rescued, bster went to PomerM't yesterday with the rooms iu the rear of Odd Fellows cessions. by an oHicer and returned to her par Hall, a very pleasant and convenient view to buying a place. Mad Doos have been playing havoc in ents. Mt. Sterling was damaged, by fire to W. ALiort.v and Misses Mary place. It has also hnd some neat staMiia.J. fu the West End. Mr. C. T. Griggs and a Bruce, Pearl Burnsiilc and Knto Alcorn tionary printed and proposes in the the extent of $30,000 Sunday. Nine ture to conduct the otllce with the dig- colored man named Jim Green, both of houses were completely destroyed, will go Louisville and Mr. nity nnd decorum that befits the grow- Hustonville, were bitten by them and a among them being the t Miss Maiiy Clay Thomi-sonumber of sheep and hogs have also will lead the Germnnat ing town. Adolph Schmidt About oilice and the been bitten. Tho work of extermina- one-hathe Gait Houso next Monday night. the los is covered by insur The LndleB' Exchange again met with ting them begun Saturday and during ance. , Mit. L. U. Edklin-- the Buell boot and most gratifying success, Saturday, nnd a the day four mad dogs wore killed. Tho Princess Opera house and six ahoo hustler, wbh hero yesterday nnd nice little sum was realized. It will be ' fc stores, comprising an entire block at sold a big bill to McBoberls open again next Saturday, beginning at The following young people formed a Winnepeg, Man., wero burned to the Is Receiving His 11 a. M. The ladles subscribed $100 leap year fishing party, yesterday, and ground and nothing whatever of the of Garrard, chapMiw. J. P. Roiiinbon, towards a parsonage for tho Christian spent the day uear Dudder.ir's mill: l'S houses in eroned a pair of beauties to Louisville, church and the "exchange" was adopted Miss Clara Lackey, W. N. Craig; Miss contents saved. Sixteen or all were destroyed aud the loss will be Friday Misses Mary Bobinson and An- as n means to raise it. Let everybody Ophelia Lackey, Dr. J. M. Craig; Miss very heavy w'ith comparatively little nie Wallace. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Gie me call. give them aid and encouragement. MissGeorgie Wray, Carroll Bailey; Miss insurance. Mn. II. C. Biuoiit was hero Saturday, Nettie Wray, Dr. A. S. Price; Miss BesReturning from Old Virginia, where he tick?EW ADVERTISEMENTS. The Q. C. will sell round-tri- n sie Beid, Frank McKinney; Miss Annie hail a good Undo in buggies and other ets to Atlanta on the 3, 4, 5 nnd 0 on acAlcorn, J. G. Denny; Miss Mary Alcorn, vehicles. of the General Baptist Association Gabe Lackey; Miss Sue Baugbman, Warabout count Mn. II. 0. Gann was badly hurt Travelat ono faro for tho round-triren Hocker. They were chaperoned by the face and head by his team running ing Passenger Agent J. S. Leith was hero Mr. and Mrs. The best Chilled Plow made. My ItLACK MARE was taken from my taWo J.T. Lynn. against a tree and throwing him violent Saturday conferring with the Baptists lust oaturaay nieni ami mhcc n:i urn uccu m'.nu of. She i leu year old, li'arclooteil and a S'txJ Braced Mold-BoarPatent Point. No strain on point-bolt- ; made of ly to the ground. cry Any Information and setting forth the advantages of his The water workB and electric lights MdJIer. thankfully received leading to her Gkoiiok L. Willis, the Ixmisvillc road overall competitors. He is n very contract has been signed and everything will be the best material. JOE McALISTEH, Stanford. la it Times and Danville Advocate's splendid fine representative of a verv fine road. now points to an early completion of legislative correspondent, has gone to both enterprises. Mr. B. J. C. Howe, Europe for rest and recreation. While tearing down iiis houso Mr. E. who seems the line business man that OfaUVIruS Mn. James G. Givkxb, oi Loutsvnie, is T. Pence met with nn accident thatcame he is recommended to be, tells us he exReferences: J. H. McAlistcr, D. B. Stagg, J. B. McKinney, isiting his brother, Mr. yillinin Glv- - very near costing him his life. He was pects to go to work at once and by the Made and Set Up in All Parts of Wm. Beck, Chas. Dawes, Jeff Hill, Bowen Givens, Frank Hayden, th6 Country. ens. We are glad to report mm nnicn at work in tho feeond story when all at last of July have everything in running Adyorate. employed Hollis Carrier, John Cash, E. H. Jones, Jas. Bibb, A. C. Cowan, H. No Agents improved In health. once the wall gave way and tho ilooring order, though the contract gives him For sale by of Springfield, Mo., weut down with Mr. Pence, badly bruisC. Drye, Bowen Gover, Geo. Benedict, etc. Mu. J. II. IIockkii, SON, six months to finish the job. He will W. ADAMS & Lexington, Ky. visit to his brother nud ing both of his arms and cutting an ugiy No. 41 Uroadwny, is here on a build a reservoir at the Bpring which 19 6m child-re- n sister. Ho tells us ho has eight gash in hia forehead. His son, who was will hold a million of gallons or more nnd now and that when he takes them assisting him, made a narrow escape. use tho direct pressure system now used all with him ho has to charter n car. Mr. Pence was tearing his houso down In all the large cities. The council has A first class saddle horse Mu. U. E. Wooltolk, editor of the preparatory to putting up a new one on agreed to extend a street out to the and a No. i breeder, will Danville Advocate nnd one of the dele- the same site. stand the remainder of the company will put works and the railroad present season at my place gates to the National Editorial Associabeyond tho end of the The Ladies of Trinty Church, Episco- in a switch just said be many a slip this year in San Frantion, which meets to At Ten Dollars Danville, will gie an entertain trestle. There is cisco, will leavo with his wifo for the pal, of twixt tho cup and the lip, but it would To Insure a Living Colt. ment at Walton's Opera House on the Golden Coast the last of this week. take more than a Doubting Thomas to Pavable when the colt ts given at evening of the Kith, for tho benefit of At tho Odd Fellows' banquet believe that tho undertaking will fall foaled. He was fired by the great premium sadhonor of their the rectory lund. Uie cnurcti lias re through this time. We are satisfied dle Million, Second Jewel. Dam Rowena Wcbli the Middlesboro Hotel in Russell, ono of the bet mares on earth, by Funk s purchased n homo for Bev. V. Y. 73d anniversary, B. G. Pennington re- cently jits open- Sumpter Uenmark. &c ladies are helping to that it will not aud that with feet, full ish Charley is a bright bay, with sponded to tho toast. "Middlesboro Sheppardand the in Stanford will .re- hands high, fine carnage and goes all the calls to pay for it. They gave thesame entertain- ing up all Interests - D. KENNEDY, Lodge," C. W. Metcalf to "Bell Lodge' thing certain, it set perfection. llusionvuie, jvy. iQ.im in Danville to a full houso and it vive. There is one And the wool better. Dip your Sheep just after shearing. 0. V. Blley to "Tho Ladles" and E. W. ment greatly enjoyed. Admission 50 tles tho question of the retention of the all Lin- was Jones to "Good of the Order," Bhops at Bowland and that of itcents; children under 12, hnlf price. railroad Two and a half gallons of Dip to ioo gallons of water will dip 150 coln men by b'rth or marriage. Bufiicicut to put laurel wreatliB Tickets on sale at W. B. McBoberts' self is Sheep. around the brows of tho council that has drug store. CITY AND VICINITY. . worked the matter to a successful issue. stand I. out the v.w nve of toiletsoans at A. A. War The following Knights and their ladies All honor to them and congratulations Hisiiitrbouffhtthwilrugsist,Jewelry s'llug ot Mock out lam McRobcns, attended the banquet of the Bynn all around! new Grocery. at reduced rales to make r.'m f'Tim entIM ren's Model r t at Danville and report n grand Hue .GO TO. All gonds artbtualh Mr. Howe has made tho first payment Com- Bk.nt. Pour rooms in tho Mayor D. "W. Vnndeveer and for tho spring and the couple of acres Fou time: . fatn l f.Aiittm Misses Mattio and Nannie Vnndeveer, S. of land and has organised a stock comnrtrciai uoiei. .m ww"" m 9m Xr ft M. Owens and wife, Dr. L. B. Cook and pany with an authorized capital of S100,-00M. F.Elkin. wife, James Milbum and wife, Sherman tojio known as tho Stanford Water, ) ) The depot at Crab Orchard was rob- Nappcr and wife, W. B. Holly and wifo, Light & Ice Company, with the followworth other night and about $30 bed tho B. L. Martin and wife, M. F. Hulet and ing Incorporators: B. J. O. Howe, A. B. of freight stolen. Miss Lizzie Davison, A. B.Penny, G. B. Penny, J. N. Menefee, I. B. Foster, J. 'Model Grocery" for i Mc W. Hayden and W. G. Welch. It is esSkb James Fryo at HnstonvlUo and Samuels, John V. Carrier, W. B. 100 timated that it will cost S 13,000 to 0 F. M. Ware at McKinney before you sell pherson and Fred St. John. Over did the to get the three plants in operation. sat down to tho table, which wool. A. T. Xunnelley. your regulation "groaning" under its load of Tho Howe Pump & Machine Co. retain Mn. J. H. Millkk says that in all tho cood,thlnRS. The Commandery confer all the Btock but $10,000 and thatamount Shortparts of Georgia that he has been it is red the distinguished honor on our will bo placed with local iuvestors, tho Thoroughly Repaired on est Notice. first, tho rest no where. cent, interCleveland townsman, Mr. A. B. Penny, of electing company guaranteeing 7 per - Seeds White Moun- - him Eminent Commander, which was est. Mr. J. W. Hayden, tho secretary urney Bkfriokratoks, surprise to him and a gratifica- and treasurer, is authorized to solicit a n Freezers, whitewash brushes and both subscriptions. tion to his friends. at McKinney Bros.' corn planters Miw. Mips Amiiuohia Thomas went to Louisville Saturday Mits. J. S. KtsimicK, of Somerset, is with Mrs. J. W. Alcorn. Mits. Phil Sonus is still ill, but wae pomewbnt better yesterday. MipsAmck Howiks, of wanvine, is vipitiiiR Miss Martha Bout. Mk. ANiiMim.S. P. Staoo have from a visit to Casey. It is very probable that Hustonville will have a fair this year. A good deal of the stock has been taken, but the date has not yet been decided on. Sink & Mkski'ek will commence in a few days the erection of two cottages on the lot on Lower Main street they recently bought of Mr. J. M. McBpberts, Sr. J. J. J. Beldle-ma- n n. explosion of a pot of varnish, which he was heating. Ho was 'from McKinney. The Press says his entire body wns dreadfully burned. His hair was charIrish Point, Point de Paris. French Vals, Torchons in red nnd his fnce was a horrible sight to machine made. Big stock of Embroideries, Handkerchiefs, Wool. 100,000 pounds wanted and nt look upon. IIi-- eyebrows were entirely Gloves, White Goods, &c, &r. Our highebt cash market price. Will have burned oil' and the skin had fallen away, exposing the naked muscles of his face. agents at Paint Lick, Lancaster, e His left leg was 'burned to the bone, and Hustonville. See them while all the other parts of the body you sell. A. T. Nunnelley. were mistered and exposed to tne open And Gents' Furnishing Goods are all complete and Mk. I. M. Bul'ce has been appointed air, his clothes being burned ofl. have the largest stock of Parasols and Umbrellas ever in the agent for the Standard Oil Co. hpre. By Come and see the immense stock before it is broken! Not Auvisaiile. Mr. A. A. McKinthe way, this place has been made the ney has shown us a letter from the JT. distributing point for this section. Andepartment saying that the star other enterprise Stanford is proud of. route proposed and petitioned for beHoi'sb Pai.nti.no and Dkcoiiatino. tween here and Hustonville via McKinJesse C. Bamsoy takes contracts for all ney is not advisable and therefore rekinds of pnintingand guarantees satisfac fused. The letter states that mail mattion. Prices to suit the times. Orders ter can go from here to those points in a left at A. It. Penny's will receive prompt day by railroad, but can and doing are attention. different things. Unless the train on The Louisville Times ought to get after O. S. is late, the statement of the depart . the'bagg.ige-mastersThey take the bun- ment is untrue. The only train that dle of papers for this place by entirely too carries local mail on that road is due to often. Tins last time was Saturday night, leave Junction City for the South before train on this road arand the Times was not read till Sunday's the rives. Courier-Journ- al was due. Mc-Kinnbe-or- We Have Everything New hand and Hosiery, Clothing, Shirts, Shoes first-class. We m city. post-oilic- e S. HUGHES. SPRING CLOTHING ! IS OUR STOCK COMPLETE north-boun- d cl 1 . s Ever Seen in Stanford. post-maste- r. m Cassimeres, Worsteds and Please Examine and Frice Them. M - M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. to-da- Sentinel-Democra- po?t-oilic- e. lf , Hig-gin- s. trM mfamfH3$ttttw4t & Spring Summer Goods ' ' n , 1 t p. STOIE1T. The Vulcan Chilled Plow, d, m n-c- MONUMENTS Has Latest Improvements. Satisfaction guaranteed, Bo IK. & Wo Mo WJE ABIENT. Charley : Sandidge, 'I - 41 jfej& && Cures Scab and Itch, Kills Ticks and Lice, Makes Your Sheep Healthier MoKHTNEY BROS. !- DM You Notice If? Com-uinnde- ry m. L 11 att-Ptt- t Engraved Free of Charge 0, Watches, Clocks M M r A w tf r $30,-00- Jewelry N. Y. Seed Potatoes, Red and White Onion Sets, m B. H. DANKS. in Bulk Landreth's and Ferry's garden Paohages; also Hoes and Bakes. and r1 . w.,1 ... Jii-- t i- - Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa -A- CHURCH AFFAIRS. Publlsbod Every Tuoeday nnd Friday 62 PlOU "VJCYK, ire VlDVVrs'ClC. O-Wh- cn T- not so paid $2,50 will be charged TT K.u. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train nases Kowland at 7 00 a, returning at i'.to p. m L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mill tram going North South Eiprett train ' South ' North Lcal Freight North..... u ja pm 134pm iijam 6 Jo South. The latter trains also carry passengers. JiS'tn am siapra a :.? ; ' i k V J r Office South side Main siieet, in office recently any affection chest' The panorama of "Christ Crucified" used forconsumption, of the throat, lungs or lungs, ' rscated by Dr. L K Huffman, Stanford, Ky, intnmmauou ol the such as A LIVERY ATTACHED. In Dealer in Vienna, was burned by incendiaries, bronchitis, asthma, whooping cough croup, etc , QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. , It is pleasant ami agreeable to the taste, per. supposed to be anarchists, because it had etc safe and can alwas be relied upon lnal FOrClCfll fitly and Domestic Fruits, Transient custom solicited V CAKKIKK, Prop. oSoiy j Trains pass Junction City as lollows bottles free at A R Peun's drug store South Bound No, jatu ,S m , No a 13 40 a religious intluence over the common Confectioneries,. Vc p. m.; No 1, 3 07 p m , No 3, local arrives at people. Morlt Wins. 150: p. m. SALOON lias with him a first class baker and ran lurnish Kev. V. J. Stuart, pastor of the M. North llound No Slcasesat Vioa m : No Wedesireto say to our cttlieiis that for ers ne read, Cakes and the like 011 short notice. local 3:20 a, No 6, 07 p in; and No. 3 at E. church at Port Norris, X. J., who was have been silling Dr King's New Discos erj for AT ROWLAND 346 p. m. Consumption, Dr King's Sew Life Tills lliuk. accused by a spying old maid of taking len's Arnica Salve and Klectric Hitters. and hase Falls Branch Jellico Coal Oo. ties er handled that sell as well or a plump young sister into the church af hasegisen suchremedies sal satisfaction. We the do miner isisssVH Miners and shippers of the GENUINE Wl7 VI I offer for sale privately mr frame Hotel and not hesitate to gunrcntee them e cry time and u e ter dark, was honorably acquitted. ataiid ready to refund the purchase price if Saloon at Rowland, which are now renting at Tho Methodist church extension results do not follow their use These per month It Is centrally located and a fine point great popularity for business, being at a terminal point on a board in its quarter century of work has remedies have won theirPenny, Druggist purel) Try it We are the sole agents for Stanford and of the L. & ' their merits A. K It has good svell. stable coal Rowland Otlicc corner ot Depot street and railaided in the building of S,000 churches. house and olher necessary outbuildings. Address in blood, road crossing a MR MARY CKLRRILL, Stanford Rofroahlng' Retroats. of the whole This is nearly 6 HIGGINS AJWATTS is Summer dns.nro fast approaching nnd ti and number of houses of worship owned by me liino inui eii.uriiui.ii, 'r nuu sportsmen should figurvDut a mute for their um- , I that large denomination. mtrsacatlon. In tlulng so. tne uiignttuut cool The Kev. Dr. Bolton declares that summer and fishing resorts tocnttd along the W. Dealer in General Merchandise, among sis idls to Central "one of the best things that happen to cousin are Vox Lilies come Lake Ilia, slew. Muck, III , which Iike, III . Lumber and Shingles. lile, Neenah, WaupaJLots a minister is to have a fire in his study wanago, Wauk-h- a, Cellar Ashland. WI Wlsctill Goods sold for cash only. It gives me pleasure ca Utitld, ltettemut nnd to state to ihepublk in Lcntral that I am doing every ten years which will burn up ev- sin has within the last fiseear become the ci titer In the corporate limits o Rowland nicely under the Cash Stf-- and that the people more hutittiThe ery scrap, manuscript and sermon he of attraction torany otlupleasure In the Union an.l are rapidly catching en to the fact that it Is the and rotate fithermin than H I. DARST. Rowland 6 better system, both for the buyer and seller, 1 hey increxx'- has." The doctor ought to have fixed tach Iit landscapes the desltv tit Hg.ilu wthe also know that I sell aoods for about a third less charming breathe tho balam fragrance than mt- comnetitors who do credit buslnex It that is a part in the Insigomtlug ntimnphere, wan the limit at one year. speedy, 187a. I892. did that I keepDry member constantly on hand a splenof stately pints and The Methodists, who are estimated dor through the oilonuailvs with a hand made rlv assortment of Goods, Groceries, Clothhook the speckled beauties effective of all ing. Hoots, Shors. Hats and the like Call In and at 4,9S0,240, are the largest Protestant or- stcFor pamphlits containing snluahlc Vmformattoii, see my stock, which is replenished almost daily A . D to , appl T i. PATTY. blood-purifier- s. ( nattauoog.i, lenu ganization in the United States. The or J II. HILTON, Rowland, Ky, JAS C. POND, General Paenger and lu Vet Immense stock of Fruit and OrnmentI Trees, Baptists come next, with 4,292,291. In Agent, Chicago, 111. small Fruits, Shrubs, Vines and Plants Pines NOTICE TO THE low. We have no agents and our protits cease the world there are 23,000,000 Episcopa- Dealer in the above will you. The infant industry of manufacturing uhere theirs begin Ocncral and btra berry Catalians, IG.0,000 Methodists, 15,200,000 Hill sentiment in tin" South is sadlv in logues on application to Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs H. r HILLENMEVER, Lexington, Ky 7 Solicited Sto4k Cattle and Sheep a specialty. Roman Catholics, 11,100,000 Presbyteri- need of "protection." Atlanta Journal. LVl?,n ""'"j "r "f lh ibove descnbc.1 stock A. S. ans and S,G00,000 Baptists. or wishltu I., purchase same. .,11 ds well I have opened in connection with my Hotel, the In nlmoit esery neighborhood throughout the The Lexington convocation conven- West there is some one or more persons whose Aneir.rlcn.e SURGEO.V DENTIST. At. .n .?.r.'ldrr,, '"u been of profit ffineen lives hase been sated by Chamberlain's to me and A. ed with the church at Versailles last lludera and Diarrhara Keinedy, or who haveColic, Office on Main street, over W. D McRobertt .1iIc"n.,,nAV' ,.,,P'f""'' b"tl loth, buyer been Ll address Msnfocd, Ky. Drug Store, Stanford. 100 preached cured of chronic diarrhcra by ft Such pcrsors take veek. Key. W. Y. Sheppard Office at the Myers House especial pleasute In recommending the remedy to of the sermons of the occasion and others 1 he praise that follows its introduction one .A until min oil Mi) 3,11, makes scry 35 and 50 cent R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. gave an interesting account of his work and use for saleit by Ur.popular liourne, urujgit forIllds will be recelsed lamps far the ensuing )ear, FirHt-Clas- s John II Cattleman A G Lsahaia lighting the street M L.. bottles the right to ttrmluate the the (ouncllre-orsln- g at Stanford, Somerset and Danville. The and Optician, Stanford, Ky contract at au time DENTIST. And offer the services of it to the public Ilrand I). W. VANDEVKI II, Masor next convocation will ba at Trinity new vehicles and fresh blooded hones male my G L Pi:NNY, Clerk IsniOMng to the Higgins otlicc, Lancaster street. .takt ......... .....1. ' 'i.ui. WIU1.4IC mm Nitrous Oxide lias given for omnless attracting. church, in the latter town. G. O. Barnes: KENTUCKY. blA.tUKU, To All Friends of Bro. Tho Boist In tho Country. me a call. Gi I have consigned to me a few copies of When Baby was sick, we uare her Castortv AflPETS ARPETS! P W GRLF.N, Proprietor Credulity," "Credo Bro. DR. M. CRAIG, and a Barnes' of copies and his "Gospel When al.e was a Child, the cried for Castoria. AL IJURNS. Manager of number of Grace and The Two Salvations" the When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria. Hoinoopathlc Physician, 1 he ladies of Stanford ami Lincoln county are. former at $1.25. the latter at 50 cents. Whcn the bad Children, she care tbem Castorla. lusited to call and see our grand display of .- STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Persons desiring to purchase them will CARPETS IN ALL GRADES, Office Hours 10 to is a. m.; t to 3 p. m.; 8 to please call on me or at Mr. A. R. Penrpm an Ingrain to an English Wilton, ssilh bor. ny's druji store. Whatever profit arises s'p. nt. a beautiful line of Rugs der to match. Al BAK1SEE&CASTLEMAN Office on Lancaster street, opposite Tlievj goxls to l found only at the ah Itargalu from sales will bo of course to Brother STANFORD, KY , of the Grand Arm$ bo) s may be Interested "tore at wholesale prices ij It r JO.M.S.CR. Barnes. Mrs. V. G. Welch, Stanford, in Some following from Alex It Pope, A D O, MANAGERS, the ' Kv. Commander Dep't lenn aul Ga, lie sas, "We cough here of whooping Commerce Building, Louisville. , Mrs. Welch has received a letter hase had an eplderrlc Chamberlain's Cough RemeStewart, lenn ) and medicine that has done any from Rev. George O. Barnes saying that dy has been the only danger Agents throughout the South I can supply the families of Stauford and vicinI am agent for The Central Kentucky Hedge This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, is now from vrlioopmcou.-l-i ity wild home made Ice at 60 cts. per 100 pounds: he and family and Will and wife will good," There is t a I intend to conduit it so as to Fence Co., when this remedy Is freely given It completely both myself nt Lancaster, and offer the serTiccs of In my charge and less than that amount at one cent per pound, and and the Company to the citizens of not only maintain its high reputation, but to add controls tlit; disease 23 manufactured Ice at 75 cents per 100 pounds or leave New Orleans by the Mary Hous- sale by Dr M, L. liourne,and jn cent Utiles for Lincoln county. I am vers' thankful for the liber to Us long lilt ol friends Special accommoda- W. Druggist and Optician, A. TRIBBLE, LocaI cents for smaller quantities, ice delivered esery al patronage received and nope by fair dealing to tions for commercial travelers and fine, rooms for If the boat makes the usual aianioru, ivy morning I call special attention to the John Bre- ton Farmers in need of a good thcdlsploy of samples. merit a continuance ' Celebrated I. X. L. Ileer, for mer tlrewing C. STAMOiMl KV fence will And me at the Mjers House in Stauford which I am agent. Will furnish in eithe' keg or time they will reach Louisville on the on each County Court day Br A bottle. Write for prices. M W.JOHNSON. 13th, come here on the 14th and on the FOR 11ENT. SS- E- CKraarbm0,cfh.r45 E. IIREMER, Stanford, Ky. i3tf And IMLLIARDand POOL ROOMS attached. 15th, Sunday, Mr. Barnes will preach, pike, a miles from Stanford W. II Miller (70j jT.tf JOSEPH COPrKY NATIONAL BANK after which it will bo decided whether MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, "LOCUST GROVE" OP STANPORl), KY the meeting will go on indefinitely. Will nnd his wife are uti rou'e to Covington. and. I am Agent for the elebratcd At 8 O Bi Corner Main and Depot Streets, We have received from John Y. Capital Stock Deering : Harvesting : Company, FOR SALE Kentucky. Huber fc Co , he Philadelphia publish- And offer their Machines to the people of Lincoln On a nolo due In w months, signed and Indorsed' Stauford, Surplus unexcelled and their b) three good parties and iMcured b) real etate 18, BOO Their Hinders The finest farm and richest in Lincoln co , Has just returned from the cities, where she ers, a handsomely bound, beautifully county. and Mowers sunaie the highest ol any in worth three times the abose amount Will dls Reapers Land, situa bought an cligaut stock of Spring Goods, which printed copy of "Glimpses of Heaven," the market Also keep all kinds of fixtures on count so that party can make 8 per cent on his comprising 430 acres ot ted wttnm two miles of Min.orit. the county seat .... sho is justly prend to show. She invites all the . miKltf ia Atlnitnn nff Inquire at Interior Journal office Office at Hrst money 14 me before purchasing hand " " ."V ,u .l of Lincoln, fronted by the Shclbv Cllv lurrnlke .s... ,kT. i. .ki in ladies to see them, whether they buy or not No by Rev. W. II. Munnell, of Louisville. National"ce Hank J H HAl'GHMAN, and acce.s.ble to the Stanford and Danville turn- - Under the p 'he N. ion, Rank" Acl trouble to show goods Ky. suggests, give real Sttnford, It does as its title This Is one of the best Stock harms In the denositora are .eruiJ mi nni. hln,J t,,p'U, in a h.gh stale of culii TTOTT glimpses of the house not made with ,hJ stnit .1 iW ". tvation Abundance of water fir all p,p.es ..Stunleoua hands and ia a charming unfolding of the Soil is ferule and is suitable for the "ns,i?untn 1, ng of rVi .!t"0" . ... That hen tobacco, com ud svheat T he land I. so VIV, ?tXeml Imrn... hidden meaning of many events, symr lo.aled so that it can be div.ded and two fine KY., HUSTON V1LL-E"uaV.eaVh ih. harms made I he improvements are a large and ment and s asset, toare bols and parables of the Old- and New e..in..l Ul.f . ?T"nDealer in Groceries, Hardware, Testament. It is and cath-- ' JON Kb, Stanford. h As the creditors of Thl, m.t.tution, on.na.ly established a. the Queusare, Glassware, Cutlery, table and olic in the broadest and most pleasing Mat. Assignee I fir the benefit ofprisatels a Tract J Keeps the nicest the best and latent variety of matU., apply to of Philips, oifer fur sale Deposit Hank of Stanford In iIjS. theu A v pocket, Harnessand Confectioneries ..,, Y .' sense. The low price of $1 ought to Land in Lincoln count) a, n( iunford In " Fancy Goods, Fruits, Also handles Aloline Plows, Chilled and Steel Cul- .. scam re,hf Nallona as Iink Mm N. mil tU. andi 11. i nrcanued the tivitnrs, Double Shovels, Corn Planters, llucke)c place it in the hands of all seekers after Candies Nuts, Cigars Stanlord in iba, has had practualfy an uninter- -, Mowers and Hinders Give him a trial 7.1m 315 the truth. HUSH, rupted esistenceof ij years It Is letter supplied And Tobar-inow wuh laciluie for transiting: business prompt in the city well watered This Farm Is lue very remarkable statement is The dwelling In well isimprcsed and and ssill t.uilt I) and liberally than eser before in its long and use commodious : SALE. LAND tisnerable career At counts made that Crosby, who is known Jlunjf 8ll,Ctptibie of an eas) division would AGENT ciarics, firms and Individualsof respectfully solic- -j (REAL corporatirns fiduDON--T one panel nlinih mnsir. ia Lonrl frnm in parcels, dwelling nuse(.nmainini; IS" acre, on ted l which the ntunte aud the , Ky. Sixtv five Acres ol Splendid Land, situated atj . That he also keeps the cheapest stot.k at The Director) ol this Hank is composed 01 lier "l'asa me Not, O Gentle feaVIOr," 18 165 acres, on sshlh the Improvement aie n t ki miles from Stanford, on Shelby City turnpike, me nt the author of 3,000 hymns. It adjoining Mrs. E. have quite a number of FARMS for sale el the r. J. Foster, of Stanford; Jones. Apply Jto The mostJKwa ioffcrfisieth sery best II Landsin Lint oln county. Firestus Resd, Lincoln county. famous of her rt'litrions sons was writ- - Brick House and Lot in Lancaster ioj HUGH IlEID. Stanlord, Ky These I anus are alt uell improved and good V. Hayden, Stanford; rich lands, running in sue from 30 10 500 Acres ten 23 veara a''o and since that time she Now occupied bj K L M. Roberta S It Ilaughman, Lincoln,-M.Ja" ilrugtre, ezetable. &c . and that he exchanges .all kinds Considering thus locality, their richness ami fer. EGGS has continued to reproduce them with of goods for liacon, Lard, Duller, L'ggs, Potatoes, tility of soil the cons ctiieuce ?f turnpikes and rail- nnd Miller, Mt Vernen; roansu inai nring markets ru'iu to osir tloor. ih. . . " . S. T Harns, Lincoln; unremitting industry. She lives now in Two Vacant Lots in Same Block, etc , for whlt.li he pays the 1110 aie ciicucr nmail .u.. iinilt ui. anv oiner inn.lv in From the following standard sarietles' White . . ... .1... c... ' J.S. Docker. Stanfard, ine Juic iiicicM.,Hiici4 ISTIDIII tne cssstn " ; White PI) moth Rocks New York and iaOo years old. Cochins Miuhells No other On which the Iuiuhs Market Prices. Pos t) nser smiles from a derot weie recently burned G A. Lackey, Lincoln, Knapps (Itiwktus strain. White Leghorns The county is checked with turnpikes running striln) Kowls separately yarded, eggs warrant writer of hymns, not even Dr. Watts, Klon of the vacant lots glsin Immediately on Goods delivered .inwhre in the city and his daiT P. Hill.SUnford I hi re is not a public rood en i compliance with tcrmsofiule The houe inesery direction ! ed pure, mce ' per seltini; ot ij ly trip made to Rowland has been so prolific, tho' Dr. llobt. Lotv-rW. G Welch, Stanford, leritii; the count) seat that is not Macadaimml fur this year, but the purchaser will be entitled W. M. SHUOARS, Lancaster, Ky i am., We hase the Knosvilli! llraneh of ih.. I. s v the lent irom time of purclxo. W P.Tate, Stanford of Plainfield, N. J., is said to have to Poueslon of the Lincoln Count S?V--" will be dividing the county from Last to West and th- K. Farm OFFK KKS POSTED. C S K K from North to -- outh. the K C. k K glseu ist of September next produced several hundred. It was ho I Mocker, President; from this place to Cincinnati, crossing the C. A. O cash: the remainder Inoiua! Ttrms at Winchester, gising full acess to the markets of This notice forewarn, natters, fishermen and who wrote "Shall Wo Gather at the installments of 6 and n months, tearing 6 percent John J. Me Roberts, Cashier; the whole world. Dcsules, we have three large n it to tresptss on our in Js without per. and negotiable. interest ilhirs A. A McKinnc, Assistant Cashier Mission, as all stiwh will be prosecuted to the full- Hour Mills in the county thatgiscus a market M. C SAUFLE. t extantof the law. Stoned Also about co barrels of CORN. tn stacks of Highest cash market price paid for all our grain right at home, and tne dcselonThe D.tuville Democrat, a sjiaukini; HAY and SIIOATS fi.rs.ilopnsately. C. M.SPOOAMOORE mcntoi tne mountain regions ot Kastern and 34 for Kentucky bv isilroads and the outJ. E. HKUCE. Is good paper, too, went into the Cleveland THOMAS C. BALL. let Sonth by rail;oads has created such a demand Co. HAI LEY. Killing business on a lare scale n sliort for nil kin lsof cereals and tirovemlcr that weean STEELE scarcely retain enough lor home consumption. A. M. FELAND time ago, but the move was undemocrat'I he people ate prosperous, generous and kind, B. W.GAINES. OF STANFORD, KY., believing in Christianity and education. There JAMES GIVES'S. ic, as well a unright, and the editor of is not a neighborhood in the county but has a Is now fully I. S. PHILLIPS. organued aid ready for business with &c, at Town Fropirly, Vakabls Lands the Democrat also found it unprofitable, ANTON RENACKF.R. gcod church and CLARK REYNOLDS. Stanford, the county teat of Lincoln, is a pros- - Paid up Capital bo he has corked up hK vial of wrath of M. LACKOWITZ $200,000. & CO., M. F. t'cfuii Mine ,n ui iiuuui i5o' innsiUsiaiils auu it T D. NEWLAND Garrard Circuit Court and set it aside for future reference. You tne icai uoorwuy irom the North and North-- i SUrplUS, W. W. HAYa. 19 000 can bouth ami from the .Northwest to .Southeast, II Walkir's Widow, Ac , Plaintiffs, against JS tyr STANFORD. KV. MH.l...... ...s, .. . were honest, Brer. Fox, but you let your Wade (t. C. I.i ON. PattU Tcrrllt, Ac , Defendants UNCOLN NATIONAL. o.n of the undeseloped mountains ofSoulheasiern aUCCESS9. nJ temper get the better of your judgment. , Ily sirtuo of a judgment of the Garrjrd Circuit OK Kentucky backed up by the whole lllue Grass The best way to handle those kind of Court at Its Iebru.tr) terni, iSj, In the almost) led region of the Slate with railroads running through Nowcloslnz uni with the same 3...1. .n,i ..,!.. I.B J will on it to all points of the compass, makes it naturallv ' the same management. things is to think like blasts and never suit, Df the best located 8towns in the South for' My provisions of its chaiier. itmomn,. iF. B. R1LBY, Proprietor, r. .. protected as aie depositors in National mannfactures and other enterprises of magnitude ""; say a word. When you put it that way Juno 16, 1892, - - - Kentucky. stater works are now ueinif agitated and right ,","." narenolileri being held Individual! a. Ion, we are in the boit with you. No "ref At n o'clock a. m or therealiout, sell to the high aboue the town ahouti of a mile liable to the extent ol the amouut of their stock est blddirnt public outcry at the l.ito homestead of there could be erected Water Works with sery snerein at tne par value thereof, in addition to the Owens-bor- o noved to my new Hotel and am better erence to allusions," though. little cost that would supply a city of 130,000 in- - amount invested In such shares. It may acta Wade II Walker in Garrard County, Ky , the than ever to accommodate the public. Tractsof Land and Town Property, vU nauuauis who ine iiuresi ami oesi water in the executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully at Inquirer. an individual, has been newly I. very attached and every convenience world. Our little The above is calculated on standard time. Solar time it about jo minutes faster. dav. the liver, Her. Boa Holm will preach at Kowstomach nod bowels through the nerves Anew Isa Candidate fer Circuit lu.lit. in i.. . ..1. 'm. . ..t-- . discovery Dr Miles' Tills speedily cure bilious ...ui.... . "" :. . land at 7:45 Sunday nff?ht next. tneUeiniKralic party ""'""'lr'' '" .1 atnon 01'..i-nest bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Untqualed for men. women, children Smallest Tho Southern Baptist Convention tram now till May tjth mildest, surest rifty doses 15 cents Sample XV. next Friday. will convene at Atlanta at A K Penny's ' AT : $1.99 : PER : DOZEN. AtGmcey, the Presbyterian church l a Candidate for CominonwFaltli'a Attornev In this the ,,11, judicial Uistrict, subject to Remember f Is my regular price. Come now was almoit totally destroyed by a cy1 1 Hon of the IJeiiiocracy nnd take adsamage ot tne 10 rates Bucklln'a Arnica Satvo A J KARP, Stanford clone. Much other Jamajro was done The bent al e in the unrlil tnr rtitt. ttrutti to property. tores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever Vres, tetter, chap- - ' S. OWSLEY, I will cry miming ped er all Tho Christian churches of Lincoln tionshands, chilblains, corns and no skit, crup - HOUSE AND LOT FOR RENT. Kowlanddelisone Ice esp.r xiund or in Stanford nnd n( cent mats cents er Is a CandMalo for Cow n enwcalth'n Attorney, sub and positive!) cures piles, or pay requirhundred All accounts due hist f nch week county will meet with the Mt. Moriah ed. It is guaranteed to mvi perfect satisfaction, ' ject to the action of the Democratic party, In any f JAMB'S P IIUMI, Judicial District to which Lincoln county may be church on the 14th for tho purposo of or money reiunueu rnco 35 cents per 001. ofter for tent the House and Lot belonging to Stanford, ky assigned For sale by A K Penny, Stanlord, Ky. the estate of Capt Gaines and adjoining in evangelical work. Maiifnro, Owslee.on Hustonville lr J It hn right looms, gitod wellstreet, necessarj A Safe Invostniont K nnd The Hew J. W. Lambeth, of NashTHE SHELTOK HOUSE. guaranteed to brine )Oii sans- outhouses. Is one whlah ville, Tumi , since 1S54 miisionary of the factors results, is in case ot taiiure. .1 return 01 DR. Vf 13. P M.McKOHKRIS, Agent. or KOWLAND, KY. tS it Stanlord. K this site Methodist Episcopal Church, South, to sour purchase prn.e. Un druggist a plan sou can I)r bottle of buy from our ndsettued ' China and Japan, died in Japan Fri- - King's New Dniosery for Consumption It s new principle-regulating- I)r M. L. Heurne, the druggNt, desires us to publish the following testimony, as he handles the remedy and belleset It to be tellable "I bought a ftoc bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm nnd applied 11 m my umos, wuicn nae wen mulcted wiiii rheumttisni at inters als'for one year At the time I taught the Pain Halm I was unalde to walk. 1 can truthfully a that Pain Halm has completely cured me K H Farr. II dy wood, Kan Mr A II Cox, the leading druggist at Hoi) wood, ' touches for the truth of theabose statement 1 WILL MAKE Mllos' Norvo and Live r a Pill Acton a II. T. NOEL CABINET PHOTOS 1 -- . ' JOHN HUGHES o-- iy ICE! ICE j J. JR., ti-t- 1 11 - guaranteed t bring relief in every case when This Hsusc has been refitted throughout ; has PENNY, Dentist. HOTEL AND 7 1 FOR SCROFULA scrofulous humor the ulcers, catarrh, consumption, use silts-facto- ry , Original Jellico Coal. FOB. SALE. J. B. HIXaTOlT, divis-io- n 111 one-thir- d I i)iiMiui.-ievKt- For Sal Ayer's Sarsaparilla most economical, safe, and Twenty Building - n - Orchard, Lawn, Garden. r Has Cured Others cure PRICE. WILLIAM 3IOREUND, TRAVELING PUBLIC. To Xiiglit City Lamps. Bids Wanted. MYERS HOUSE, UveryStablc, 11s JOHN .... c c ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. Insurance Company, court-hous- 39-'- y f ! g gfjFFEY HOUSE ICE AWTB BEER. 1 TO THE FARMERS. JOSEPH COFFEV,Pro'r. to-da- Ayat,. I 97-o- FirstClass!Saloon Jlilliiier Dress Maker To Farmers, C I $500 WANTED, FIRST Per Cent. Interest, S T i CK TA M --- --- $200,000 I . Illue-dra- ss f Sr-t- iS-i- W. C. GREENING, , ASSIGNEE'S SALE DON'T .K1TOW oiVi vr '"'? - ' JESSE li. WEAKEN h.llm non-sectaria- n Containing 1 FOR ... Acres. 1 i ""' Pln-v- ll, ,d an 11, -- i tlH-- r FORGET II. T. ESTATE Stanford, ss I -I Staple Groceries, And Provisions, Highest 1 FOR ;if ATCIIIXG. str-si- . 1. I " , rent-is- y, Oni-thl- rd ?" I CASH ELKIN 11 I J- - 9-- tf - South-easter- n Commissioner's Sale Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, Farmers Bank&Trnst ai school-hous- e. ... j fJ RILEY HOUSE. Wednesday, A 6 STANI-ORD- - three-fourt- Tract No. t containing 217 Acres, upon which y brick dwelling-housthere is an elegant new with good outbuildings and splendid improvements of ail kinds Tract No. a contains 13S Acres. . Tract No. 3 contains I57,!r Acres The three Tracts will be first offired separatily FIRE AND STORM and then as a whole and the bid or bids accepted that will realize the most moue) Also at the same time and place the following lots In KIrksslllo, Madison county, Kv.: Lot No. Acres, upon wnlch there It a 1 coutalaliig Representing dwelling house with good imsplendid provements of all kinds Having removed my barber Snop to the Com Conn., ord, of Lot No. 7 contains ! Acre, upon which there Is mercial Hotel, I am y houe a large of Manchester, Lot No. 3Coti tains 3 Acns to Accommodate Ladies isylvania Terms Tho sale will be nude on a credit ol 6 and is months, tho purchaser btltig requited to exas well Gentlemen, " America, j. m ecute bonds with approved security paablototho Coleman Blackburn, a negro who Master Commissioner, has lug tho force and effect Id anything they may wish in my line. Chll-als- o s Companies. I would bich are of a judgment, upoti which execution may tauelf waited on. Call o me. d to wait on my friends in this line, Pol. was hanged at Fayette, Mis?., April 20, not paid at maturity, and bearing 6 per cent internptly issued. Will insure against torna-- d for wife murder, and who was pronouncest from day of sale until paid and with a lieu restorms and lightning Lightning claus-.tained upon ed dead in 30 minutes, is said to have thepurcUase the property asK.additional security for without additional charge, money. A. HURNSIDfc, . como to life. Master Com'r Garrard Clriut Court. In. Commercial Hotel. it First National Dank, Stanford. i5td do-is- e me a call. FRANK RILEY, II. BAUGIIMAN, URANCE AGENTI Eng. Fire, Philadelphia, of North first-clas- lester, Hartford, The democrats certainly cannot kick about Harrison's administration piling up a surplus this campaign. The fact is it has taken some very fine book-kee- p ing to show that there was any surplus on hand at all. If there is any virtue in keeping the money in circulation the republicans want the benefit of it, for it's all out most of the time; or, to speak more accurately, the moat of it is out all the time. Richmond, Ind., Item, IJ'jp two-dor- e, oue-sto- tJ two-stor- Prepared as nl JESSE THOMPSON, the last few year and its business houses ard res idences will compare with larger cities of greater pretentions. Our merchants and tradesmen arc all prosperous aud doing well We hase two banks with a capital stock ol $400,000 that are prosperous aud in a good condition We have splendid schools. We have a Female College, a large brick building, with over too pu oils in attendance and under the prlncipalshtp ol Prof. J M, Hubbard, is in a flourishing condition. We also have a Seminary that is a good school, with Prof II F. Illakcmanat its head We have one of the octt Public School buildings ic this section of the State, with over 100 pupils in attendance, and with other good private schools, you sec our school facilities are excellent We have elegant church bullniugs, representing every denomination, with a full corps oi ministers of fias .class talent And are doing a better business than any class of men in the city, I have tried to make this statement as facts, without anv exaggeration or coloring, as those who know will bear no out, and those who wish to buy pleasant homes at fair prices and locate among'a kood people with all the best surroundings, would do well to call and see me before pur haling elsewhere city rebuilt id o muse wno entrusted their bulslness to us while mnairinp (he I.lnnln Vnmn.l i Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and irusi suey win continue to transact their business with us, offering as a suaranlee for nromnt atten. tion to same, our twenty years' experience in .. nni banking and as liberal accommodations as are sistent with sound banking, con- J.J. dikkctokj: Williams, Mt. Vernon; J. M. Hall, Stauford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S J. Kmbry, Stanford ; J. K I.ynn, Stanford; A. W, Carpenter, Mllledgcvilie; J. K, Ilaughman, Huttonvills; J. F. Cash, Stanford ; William Gooeh,1,Slanlord, Ky. .II. Shanks, President J. B. Owsley, Cashi W. M. Bright, Teller. . 93- -' , s - Cj'1 &