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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892040501 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. LONDON, Journal NO. 11 - THH - STANFORD, LAUREL COUNTY. KYM TUESDAY. APRIL 5. 1892. HUSTONVILLE. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. ston-ron- CRAB ORCHARD. .M The of T. Cnrrey anil lr. Joe Melviu will on April Jth sell Province lecelved u wry For Nile Pair nine brown mine unpleasant April foul. It wusu't u boy. Ikillou it Guinea art receiving fresh hishouseand lotan.l household-- furnij mules, .A,M, mutch, broke ami rea.lv j for tore in Cmb Orchard, Tliu wife of Jake GeNer, hotel keep eoHt of paint. use. S. II. limit. fcuui Boysturt, of col r. w.n tln.d Bev. Amos Stout was called to his unit Colony Bernsludt, died Saturday 0. L. Crow, of M Kinney: sold to bffirf Juilvr-- Hemphill welling homo in Lancaster bv a teiesriiin to Kiunainl, of Taint Lick, hii night. .01 McOHr- the funeral of .Mr. I?ftti?, who obi trotter by Sour Mash, for? 100. John T. Hatcher, the toiisorinltst, whisky to ("eorge McCurlcy. ban been nyido town marshal of bin- - ley was flue J j.'i for being drunk ami died then- Sumiay. Hifitonviilo po.fcs,es one of the two disorderly. Mrs. Laura Moore spent ieveml days three story building in Lincoln count v. ,lon. ' Dr. Tom Hood has joined the r. in Danville. Mnce her arrival liome she It h the Christian Co1I...h htiildiu ami Butcher Charles Girnburt, to tte hU whiskers eently OrgiuiUed hint ImiihI. Now look has been busy waiting on her biti own language, has "oil I'en besides the most lotty is one of out. 11 uoe. makeH fis .rent a success uingtou, who ho been ipiite sick. shaved." Is the. the lin.tin tho county. The hop at Mr. Slaughter'. wa3, as John H. Carrier has been nronml in the Land s be does at dentistry he The remains of Mr. William ship-- ' We noticed man were interred in the cemetery iiere this week taking the llet of town propel-t- y will leave th other boys in the shade. usual, very much By the way. the baud Is progressing a number of young Lancaster people Friday. The deceased died ami ia now Almost through. in Boston I don't see how failed to mention llncly, despite the predictions of uumei-o- u over. There will not be. another hop till lat week of BrishU disease and was in Vro.iketV that it w mid fall Friday night week. In the city, embracing all the newest weaves. that A. L. Keid was grunted license to his 07th year. He was the father of Mi. Mr. Tom Napier lost a valuable linre F. L. sliinmnn, well known here. law at the late term of the com- through. practice See our line of I'laids at 50 cents. All-woThe ladie- - of the U. 0. T. V , have the taller part of the week. He had driv. Bedford Cords mon pleas Court. Mr. I. F. Steele, who recently failed, It was such a like day "Sunday all of cM.tblislud at the .store of Ballon it en it to May wood ami it seemed en- is trying to etlect a compromise with his in black and all the newest shades at 75c; can not be duplicated anythe voting folk und lols of the old ones Gaines a "woiii.iim exebanae," that is tirely well, but immediately on taking city creditors. He has made an otler to where. were 011 enjoying the beauties of the they will, on every Saturday afternoon, it out of the cart on his return it laid sett'e b paying them !0 cents on the A very large stock of White Goods and Kmbroideries at prices to have for hale, pie, cakes, salads, sand down and died. scenery and among the evergreens iionnr. u ue succeeds in doing so tie suit the times. Mr Spiter, of Kus.m, bought the will likely engage in the 1'ied .erkcr, unwise, wan Htruek by witches, Ac, or anything "extra" one They met farm of Mr. Fred Kruger, at Ottenheim, business here again. Another lar'c invoice of Kind-son'"Men's Shoes, acknowledged by tho train ThuMday night, near the resi- would wish for Sunday. with u.Kl success Saturday. The the price paid being tI.OoO. Mr. Kru lience of A. L. Keid and will probably Kev. Charlie Powell preached a all the best in the market. 30 dozen Ladies' Oxford Ties and Slipdie. He was drunk and went to sleep proceeds will lx used for the benefit of ger will move to Mt. Vernon, where he splendid sermon at the Chiistian Oliurch pers. Complete stock of Shoes. the 1'iiion. has a lime kiln, from nhich he expects Sunday. He will likely be called to on the track. Nice line of Ladies' Spring Wraps just opened. Ueputy.sheriir Janus Usttis died to supply this section of country. A braketnan on a freight train had Bev. V. L. Williams during the Mr. John Melviu has mined his present year, that gentleman's ill health An entire new line of Men's and Hoys' Hat.-.- . bin right thumb mashed so badly while Sunday morning at '' o'clock of constuup Kine goods a specoupling cars Sunday, at I'ittsbuig, tliat tion. He leaves a wife und four Hiuall family from Oweimhoioand they willou-eup- having made it impossible for him to cialty, the Mlair hoitbe near the depot till his pulpit on every Loid'sday. he was brought here to Pis. Caldwell children to mourn bis loss. The funerRemember we aVe headquarters for Dry Goods, Notions, Carpets, and Pennington, who amputated it just al services will take place today at 2 Mhcs Jean and Maggie IJucliKiiun went C. B. Beld is here bidding his frienda &c. o'clock, conduited by Bv. J. l, Teioy, to liuisville Thuisday. MUs.lf.in will farewell piior to launching into above the lower joint. the Sc, alter which the remain- will be inter- nccompiny her sUtei, Mr. J. A. liable-ma- n, training business. He has connected Matt K. Pennington is here to Honda, ami Miss Maggie will himself with the Bashford-Mauo- r his brother, Ir. Pennington. Miss Nel- red in the Lancaster cemeteiy. lie was eta-- ' lie Pitman is on a viait to Manchester. a member of the Knights of P thins have charge of Mis. Hiildcmau's hoit'e hies, of Louisville, and will "make" the while sIih i.s gone. To ue a stereotyped local of the Ml. and the local lodge will attend the fuvarious racecourses dm mg the piesent i RJ y 7'X E"Ssairfi The basket supper that was to have season. Vernon Signal. "Col. George W. Huter neral in a body. His stable, contains Borka, ,. . 0 Mips Kntee, of Muy.sville, who Iuh been given by the ladies of the Chiistian Cuntntriie, Ignite, Gascon was in Mt. Vernon Sunday." and many J.T. Brown, Dr. It. T. Itatimey and been the guest of .M!bs Maggie JeuiiliiL's church last week was postponed on ac- other good ones. Fred Drown are at the pool near Mr. J. returned home this mniuint:. Misses count 01 a failure to get the baskets, but Cnristiau College is enjoying the T. Brown's Cane Creek farm on a llsh llessie Mnrksbury and Delia Hughes the suppei wnl be given on Thursday mest successful session of its existence. ' Has a Complete Stock of r .;!..II.. I.:.. ing excursion. Dr. K.unse) aeiunomea spent Sunday with Misj Faniue Swope night, April Ttii Kvery one is cordially wv ins iiuuriiiK energy Ttr .u. v. i ro. Mis. V. J. l.nndraui is invited to attend, and they would be glad Thomson lias built ITi pound gobler Friday evening and a at Hubble the school up to a sack full of lish, Col. Alex Bolton, of visiting henhughter, .Mis. V. (J. Dun to have .some of the members from d point where success is a certainty and : attend, as they deMic to make as that he has gained the confidence of UnSublimitv.aaa in I.ondon hist lhiit- -l up. at l amp .Nelson. .Mrs. . J. Clem j erson is in Louisville thi- week. .Mr. much ss feeling that .something people of this county is evinced in the day. Mr. James Frances, father of Alex Tom Uoyd, who was telegraph openitor has to be done fo WALL the chinch i.t fact that he ha- - over 100 pupils IK) of j them being boardeis. Francis, en well known bete, was in here for a long time, has been appointed this place. Mi ttreeu Lindsay died on Fiiduy London Friday on his return from chief ti.iiu dispatcher on the i. X. I. k aturday was the tegular Woodbine. Mr. Fiances bad been out P.. road. John Miughtnau and Will night at the home of his mother, near day, but owing to the inclemency of the bunting a borne that bad been tohn Woodcock, nf Danville, weie heie Sun- town, ot consumption. Mr. and Mis. weather only a small number were ex-- ! from him. Alex ha I met the thief in day. Clyde Herring, of Louisville, has S.uu ochi.ni were called on to give up diluted. The crowd in attendance was the road and captuied him with the been here for several days. Mr. mid their only child, which 'died Wednesday. also small and it was deemed best to Mi.s. Joe Carr have moved to the new They have been horpe when Mr. Francos got there. extremely unfortuuate declare the "show" oil' and set auother s Heniy Ikuker, a colored plasteier, houe of C'apt Dilliou, on York street. in having up their children, this day. Next Saturday was the day dePromptly and in style. was arrested here Sat unlay chaiged Mr. J. It. Marrs and family have moved making the third one to die in about cided upon and if tho day is anything Old gold and two years. We hope they may be able like fair, some good ones may be ex- fcaTICNGRAVlXG on all goods sold, free of charge with burglary at Manchester and taken to Danville. It is claimed that Paris is th Moron to real ire that Ood does all things for pected. thereby Deputy Sberill Theo silver taken in exchange. town in the State. This may or the btst and although it i hard to give Judge H. C. Camnit. and his estiSunday. He left that place the morning ). N. MENEFE after a citUeu'a a tore had been broken may not be Hue. Whistling as a general them up, tiny ate at rest, while we still mable wife liave given up the manage- V C.SIXE riilu is a uuisiiice that ia not confined to have to battle with life's cares and troument of the Veudome Hotel and will in opeti and suspicion fell upon him. He a few days .start into the (piiet life of denied his guilt and refused to cat u bite any one loc.lity. The whistlers are on bles during the'--' I honi- - he was in Jailer every street corner. There are w lustier They have made the MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. to right ol you, whistlers to left of you. I loST Veudome a vctitahle haven for tho wea ell's custody. ry traveler and will be sadly missed laMr. T. M. Farnsworth, of Harrod-burSenator Kdward Parker has intro- whistlers in front of you and whistlers in . duced a bill in the Legislature to repeal the rear of you. Thi-- is intolerable, but and Misa Annie Montague, of Lex- the commercial tourist and others who tin. net allow iiii the Swifs colonists in the worst 01 it is the iiality of the mu- ington, are to be married on tho L'lst. have sought refuge under their hospitaIjiurel to sell their native wine This sic they iulhct upon th public. They Mr. J Frank Meese and MU.s Clara ble shelter. Tiny will he succeeded by usually conrlne their periormauces to It. I'rown were mmricd ut the residence Messrs. Jonathan Russell k Co., formeris the main source of revenue for a large Rough and Dressed Lumoer, Lath, Shinjjlo, Mouldings, brackets Swig settlers who live on melodies that are the product ol some of the bride' father, Nel-o- n number of S. Brown, ly of the Core House, Junction City. musician, who scarcely Sunday afternoon. This is Jim Allen ami Jim Goode have re- and Verandah Work. the jKKiresl land In the county and it the third marwork a great batddhip on them. knows one note from another and that riage ot the groom, his second wife hav- turned from an unsuccessful tishing would have been worn threadbare by constant ing dieil They are nearlj all democrats about four weeks ago. His bride trip to v count v. "The weather it rained, the wind it blew ami the blamed Prmlei A. W. Hoggins, who is now repetition. Another bad feature is the is just IS. and lie is !(. Someiset TIk best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. woikingon UrotherSHuipsonV paper at iullictiou ol the nuisance upon people at Tins was a mighty good chance full wouldn't bite a bit." Mr. and Mr- -. Haibonrville, waa hero Saturday ami in- all hours of the day and night. If their for the boys to in a charivari, which Jake Bose, of Junction City, spent Sun- Ofllcc day witlt Mr. J. T. Bose and familj. forms me that he will slait a democratic exercises could be limited to some Hpe- they seem to have neglected. district cmi noiirmj nun me ptiunc Ultglll he t.,n,..r fur the 1th coiuire-sionIhe Pies is authority Mr. Ail Taylor, of Uwensboro, was here this place in about four weeks. He warned and have time to get out of the for the announcement that Mr. Bichard Sunday to see a lovely young lady, who at way, the evil would to some extent be .iys he has the assurance of a subscrip Norwood, of the wholesale grocery linn spends the better portion of her time at As it is, however, all that 2,(KK) to begin with. lessened. Mrs. K. C. Walton ot Curry, Tunis A Norwood, of that city, Christian College. tion list of nt least can be done is to grin mid bear it, as visit I am for a democratic paper anywhere ami Miss Naunerle Campbell, the attrac- has returned hone after a week Large and Fresh Stuck of and every when, but I am very much there seems to be no lawful way in tive and accomplished daughter of Mr. to tier old home. Dr. W. S. Drye con which it can be suppressed. afraid it wont pay in a one paper town F. J. Campbell, proprietor of Bock Cas- tiuues at the point of death. .Mis. The time will soon arrive when the Miss like I ondom tle Springs, will be married at tliat'popu-la- r America Bailey is improving. candidates from judge and CommonApiil ll The Press takes Mary Lusk, of Daughters College, Har- resort V,KMM.. The people of Stanford are wealth's attorney down to constable will occasion to pay both of the young people rodsburg, is visiting her mother, Mis. themselves on the be prancing mound soliciting the Vutes congratulating Alice Lusk. d very high compliments and of Mr. Onion Sets, Means, I'e.us, &c , in bulk. All kinds of package seeds; of having 'street cats at an early ol the sovereigns .it the ensuing NovemFrom a standpoint of linan say- vessel o the also Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks, Shovels, licks, Grub Hoes and The Baleigh, tlie tirst day. If our neighbors will take tho ad ber election. In complins in with Home eial eligibility tliete an- few better catch- new navy to lie mini complete uy inej of the people of Itichmoml they will of the contests that will ha waged over vice es in the city. Besides this Mib4 uitiid government, wus launcl.eil at onoik, leave them entirely alone They aienot the position of justice of the peace, the Collars, Haines, Collar I'.uL, Trace Chains, Hridles, Halters, &c. Mr. Norwood is a Friday. The Baleigh has a length of or of lesUhan foi CongioHS and the presidency recommendation, trnggle needed in cities young man who has many) noble (piali-tie- .".00 fefct on thu load watei line, and in ' population. In Itlchmond, where will dwindle into insigniiiounce. Kvery has tin- finest ol honor and extreme hredth is l'2 feet. At her mean Mipulation is moie than double that candidate will be expected to mount the the possesses those innate elements that will J normal draught of Is feet of sea water, stump and tell all lie knows favorable to of Stanford, they area most fearful owner personally po m jt jrjr k W her displacement is about .S.IMJ tons, the and there have Iwen repeated hiiiiiclfaml unfavorable to his oppo- evet make then 1 ?! : (...!.. I.. .:.... ...., id i....f h n track. On Main nent. He will be required to give his uinr V. S 1 US 1 fc..' tbicats to tear up the v: VJ - V JitiSJf'i JlV. ,4i..Ai. d JrfS of eugiues, and A dispatch says that the burial of Shu will have two sets stieet they obstruct tralllcand make rid - yievs upon tho attain) of the nation as (LA IK M.KXAMIKK'S llOl'KI . with twin screws, it is cbtimated that' or carriage an abomina- well as those ol hi neighborhood. As Mrs Jonathan T. I'stiil, who died in the im? in buiruies without any compensHling auvau- - the iucstioii of national politiu cuUm Lexington iisvlum, took place in the inr eiiL'iues will ileve on 1U.UUU tion RENOVATED A IST I) tiesteiuii oie.siiie of largely into the duties of u circuit judge, Bicbnioml cemetery. She lost her mind oowiT with lugos. They are supposed to run to a candidates for that ulllce will be expect when George O. Barnes visited hero and pounds. This will drive the ship ut Day. pots for the benefit of travelers, nut $2.50 to meet n Ham ed to ventilate fieir views upon the tar-il- had never heen.re-jtoredfellow depends on them Mrn. Ketill is Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-HousItfllfl .. the silver bill and reciprocity. Tins the mother of Mrs. hew Francis, wIiobo 1. til In AtMl fcvot tliu KtttiL-itt- u will ...... tint iru iwu ifw iiij ,...v he will get left four times out of live. LOUISVILLE, KY. Neighbors of Stanford, if you mo contem- is re.isou.iblu and right, for iiow could a husband, a believer in Scliwuiufuitb, (7d tons, and with this supply she can W. R. LOGAN, at lull power, or 10,000 judge be expected to dispells justice or was buried the day before. This is two steam l,f0U miles plating htreet cars, listen t us. Don't. W. Jones, J J Sulih n., I L Marshall, Clerks. 10 knots, her most economical speed. enforce the laws unless ho is wo'.l deaths of Schweliifiirth's followers with- at Biehinond Begicter. We believe you ara light as a geueial posted in all ipifstioiis of public, policy'.' in the last four day. Mrs. Francis, who The main armament consists of one brechdoading rille. ten thing. But with us the matter is diller-- 1 Party Hues will 110 doubt be. strictly is a "monomaniac on tho 'subject 01 guns, eight bi.vpouiider 'our line is to connect two towns, drawn, especially in the election ol con- Schweiiifurth, was puzled 118 to what to nt. which is a big feeder of tho oth- - stable, for no one occupying Unit digni- do vyth her liusbiiid's body and tele- rapid tiring guns mounted, four on. ol mounted, two gailmgs mount fied position could srvo a warrant for graphed to the "Christ Triumphant" nt r. ..--- ed in the tops. Tlie ship will be lighted who could not bo aide to show Unit Boekford, asking what eho .should do u ilJtU Pi .lagoguo How many .puirla nuke there should be no tarill 011 pumpkins with it, and he answered, "put it in tho by electricity. It is estimate I that her peck, .Johnny and "Jinipson" weeds. It is a danger-oil- s gtoiiud for the present." It is believed cost complete, including armament and a That depends. Due quart can make tiiuu for candidates for high posi- that Mrs. FrauciH will go soon to Bock-for- equipment, will bo Sl.t'lLV'l.'i. Thu tic of trouble, if it's a quart of whisky, tions, for tliu friends of those weight of the ship when hum bed peck miming where she will reside permanently tual of tons of quaru w bile it tukea thousands tons. was for magistrate in their anxiety fop suc- with "God," or as long us her funds Mlairodsburg, failing to prolit by to make n peck of uoUL cess would not hesiUtu to swap oil' a last. experience, i.s about to build Jtule burned to candidate for judge, Congress, or oven Joseph Lytle, an old man and a Stanford's The steamer Golden for presidency, if they should deem it member of the G. A. H , was taken troui a creamery au 1 cheese factory. All tho just as the the water's edge at Cincinnati stock of $10,000 has been taken and tho cs.iunt1.1l to tho achievement of a victoOrleans. M.sa his cell at Findley, O, for murderously Colic, Onntlwtlon, she was leaving for New o, get ready for the fray, and ry. milk from oOO cows ami 100 goats is "C5t orl U so irell adapOsl to cbililren that Piarrliivt. Maloney and several deck hands whether tlieie are any ciopa raised or assaulting his divorced wifo and two guaranteed, this cumber to be increased I ncumiii(nil ItaJ iurIor to anj' prescrlflloa Molbo Js?ji, and iiromolex 01 iCtuitnrlcumi works of the not, let the election go on und tho poo daughters with u hatchet, and hanged to H..A Ancnt.it, M. D., Vnowo to me " lost their lives. The upper as the demand giowa, ineilicAtion. steamer plo who do the paving make the iuot abridge. Justus he was shoved oil", Ill So. Oxford St , llrootljn, N, Y. wharlboat were burned audltho Deputy Collector C. M. Bandall somebody shot and the ball cutting the Tho Golden Itulu of it. Tk Ccntaur CoKPAsr, 7! Murray Str?t, X. Y Mwiwood caught lire. but and posse captured 'four inooushiueis, 2fi.00, and the ,0Q0 to dipt. Pink Varblo, a noted Hte.ini-bo- idpe. tho old man fell to thu ground, sec- destroyed 13,000 gallons of beer in Uar- was valued at given a less will man, died in Louisville, of paraly- lie was quickly heied and cargo at $o0,000, The wlmrfboat lau county and Jcutoyed several stills sis'. ond chance to die. also be heavy. Mr. Ba 1 f fr Stock of Dress Goods - "four-year-prea- - j SEVERANCE & SON, - j 1 Largest 46-inc- h & Best Assorted ol s la-.- t u3-Bi- st y vi-iti- - j W.B.)MOBERTS, Druggist and Jeweler, - - I ' j Slim-for- DRUGS, BOOKS, PAINTS, - po-Mb- sio-tai- PAPER, hoi.-e.sho- w i -- Jewelry & Silverware. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired first-clas- - a. v3 1 c wliis-tlinge.- house-keepin- g, MENEFEE. DBALSaS SESIi DOORS MP BLINDS. & WOVE1T SINE t ' ,' ! aip-hcadc- d Ca-e- WIRE A1T g-- and Yard Ilcpol Street, ... SLAT FB1TOB. Stanford, Ky. 1 al JUST RECEIVED. Wl GARDEN SEED FrlHHIS Ar -- ' 1 pro-pect Noi-woo- "A !. - 15,-IK- -- s, - ' & HAHDIJSr. A nui-sinc- I. yirI rrr im ii ,I 1 if n AI1B e, 4 - 11 SiTH0R0UHLY t IMPROVED. 11 : Rates Per l, . Manager. six-inc- h live-inc- h ?. H rapid-firin- g one-pounde- rs As ".' fx" T .'ta f iX t H 1 1 1 -- Infants and Children. Knu-iaiion- , i : ,ltu at 1 -- - , t i ':. a, A , ip$ rU- - N..., tr3r A - '. :. - Semi-Week- ly ,' - nr e -- The total indebted ners of the city of Cincinnati at the first of the present ArRU. 5 , 1392 year wag 24,r2S,im Stanford, Ky., Dennis McCarthy has been eentenc ed to death at Louisville, May" 1.1, for P. the murder of his wife. Walter Cook, colored, was hung at OH FRIDAYS. Fairburn, Ga., Friday, for murder, in PAPES IS AN THIS the presence of 10,000 persons. N. S. Householder, a Daviess eounty Mb. Cleveland is aking a hand in tobacco grower, ban 51,500 burned up in the Rhode Island campaign with tolling his trunk ou the Golden Rule. ; : : : atunlay at Provieffect. He ("joke Gov. Campbell has challenged Gov. was most t dence to a va-- andienre and MeKinley to debate with him iu Rhode His speech enthusiastically received. to close Island and he will probably accept. to was principally devoted to the taritr The Kentucky Republican Conven- SLUCC. and these excorps from it art' but a samtion only "recommended" its delegates ."V0. 1. 1 OS' to close ple of the splendid whole: "If hypocrisy to vote for Harrison and did not instruct virtue, reciJV0. 2. Choice id the homage vice pays to to close as stated. procity may be called the liomajre proWorks blew SO. 75. Thk Xewpoit Journal opposes the The Sterling Dynamite inline hibitory protection pays the ,W0. o. early polls closing because it would shut up at Bessemer, Ala., killing four men. S SO. lo close tsritr reform." "Our optnuents must, out a lame number of its citizens, who Nearly all the windows of the town were Shoe $2. $2. GO rein the coming national canvass, settle work in Cincinnati, from voting, .unless shnttered. duced, to of tarifl' go accounts with lis on the isue they lose the time themselves. This is Mrs. .Klinbeth Floumey. sitter of reform. It will not do for them to say bad, we admit, but it is not worse than Senator Blackburn, died at Greenville. to us this i.4 an old anil determined con for the employer to be mulcted four Miss., aged 70, and was brought to Franktention. The ten commamimenis are hours' time for every in he has in his fort for burial. thousands of years old, but they and Herviee to enable him to vote. A half Here is another case: Miss Kmma Ve A the doctrine of taritl' reform will be day otl'for your men will not be as great Fox, of Altoona, Pa., shot and killed hermankind and taught and preached until MUs Birdie a hardship as the Kentucky employer self because hsr love for the republican party shall heed the in- Bit Hers under the proposed law. In this Boate was not returned. The young wo- we we junction: Thou slult not. steal." The otlice alone we would lose about three man was of good parentage. democrats of Little Hhody are in high days, if the men were to claim it on elecCapt. J. A. Jackson, of Mayslick, feather and claim that she will be re- tion day. Let the polls be closed at 4 writes the Maysville Bulletin that on the deemed next Thursday, but the odds are o'clock and your Newport men will find forenoon of May IS, tfsitl, he planted heavy against them. a way to vote, if they wit tit to. corn, and in the afternoon rode into sleigh. Mayslick in a "SpeS0.5 to bury Congressman It cost 52,1 Senator Ulackiil'kn payB it would be be Calico, Kentucky raises by local taxation black, "Commissaries and miscella- suicidal to nominate either Cleveland or Kendall. go addition to the 7 TJiis week neous items" foot up S21S.91, which ot Hill, especially Clevelaud, no doubt. nud subscriptions, in State fund, about $740,000 a .year for the course meaus for champagne and other The Senator dislikes the so drinks. The man who fur- much that be would feel like commit- support ot its schools, or about S1.0S for in the nished the carriage and hearse from ting felo de se if he were nominated and every pupil, white and colored, West Liberty got 5iil4, elected, for his school of politicians State. Mortsbead to The New Orleans steamer Main was enough to buy the whole outfit. The would be left away out in the colli. burned at sea, and it is feared that the undertaker comes in for SOW, about six I. MAJYES, fu40 passengers and seamen aboard per Wk heartily endorse the suggestion times as much as he earned. These prove that Gen. John 1. Castleman be made ished. Her cargo was valued at i'LVi,-00neral junkets sent out by Cons.'iesa chiefly consignments from New to the XaHattie Blevins, a ntulatto cyprian, a shame and a diVgrace. It costs much one of the dele merchants. bury the average Congressman tional Convention. He has done k gteat who has been frequently before the po more to occurred in Ohio lice court, was again there Friday mst. Two lynching than he is worth, lteform is badly need- deal of hard and telling work for Unwhere She had gone to the rear of Joe Goin"s nt Miller-bured. Let the wine- - bibbing fcflicis he dis- democratic party, which would honor last week, the last negro was lynched merely barfer shop, on 21 street and called Joe ..ON.. itself by sending ho worthy, tried and ah unknown pensed with. because his presence was offensive. No al ilank yellow --on of a blankety blank t true a man to represent it. A "11"" 71 VT negro has ever -- utrered such a penalty amd broken several panes of gla-- s with, 11- -Thk Rhode Island republicans refea H 11 JM . MeKinley against Campbell Thk Ohio Legislature is about to VJJI "- - fused to pit for so slight a caueiu the South. J,IJS A A Nfl ''L The glass eut her he rounfttir r the congressional districts so wiitsa challenged to do so, but proposed A seven story building at Chicago, hand and arm severely and she soon In hulk atul package a joint discussion by MeKinley as to give the democrats only six out of the home of laborers, was blown down came to have along .Mam street in aml'liced anauM Cleveland and Camp- 21. A message from President Harrison by a severe storm Friday. Three per- -a- rch of a After receiving stir-- ; .A OrllCI'll Seed PotutOOS, Oil Wll Bl'UUd bell, on a night that Mr. Cleveland was inveighing on the meanuess of the ger- sons were killed, five are known to bo in ideal aid she returned to Uncle Joseph'- Mock Of Coods, lIoCS, ItciltCS, SlHldilKt knowing full rymander is in order, but it will not be billed to speak elsewhere, the ruins and eight more were fatally in- ami raised more sheol. he police lock- AVii-AMOVCls, I MllUoctX, well that the appointment would not forthcoming. It makes a diilerrnee, al- jured. Other- - were more or le?s hurt ed her up and hen she wa brought in-- ! . , c l,rub It was a square back ways, whose ox is gored. priHilmt; Hues, &c. .See our guarantcci! solid steel Hoe becaucelled. The damage will reach hundreds of to court next marniin.' she wait very lor Most .mythim' you want in .Shelf II.lrthv.tri down under the state of case. MeKinnenitent. uckmiwlede-- d all she wa- Tnuv are getting out of the way of the thousands. ley doesn't want to meet Campbell. He New Orleans charged with and begged U be let off stock ol There were two tires in Wagon, Stock ami Ki.liu Whips bought di- "bullgine." Senator Cullum says he is has had that honor before with disasSunday, one in the cotton district, de- lightly. Shtf got ;'J0 and the costs with net from factory satisfied that the people want Harrison trous results. stroying four compresses and SO,000 bales the understanding that no capiiu would and he therefore withdraws from the of cotton, and the other in the residence Monday and iu the The Jessamine Journal s.iys that a contest. Tins is rather- a useless pro- portion of the city, burning over four be issued until mean tune she would have an opjMrtu- number of democrats of that vicinity ceeding. The Senator never was in the Squares and destroying all the houses on nitv to make hei?elf scarce. I'p to! have declared themselves for Hill and light, except iu his eye. them except four. Three firemen were Monday noon she had not been eeu by have signed a petition to the Louisville Hro. Dknham, of the Williamsburg injured by a falling wall. The toss is the ofllcers. Times requesting that paper to stop its Newp, speaks of Ivlitor Dyche, of the nearly three millions. The bist ChiJlctl Plow made. opposition to him. That settles it. The A fearful tornado swept Kansas London Keho, as "the most harmless Times will hoist the Hill Hay. now. It Nracctl Mold-HoarThifrbday night, killing ."0 or mote perTO Patent Point. No strain on point-holntntlc of usually submits to dictation and accepts and unsophisticated republican ever produced in all the Sunny South." This is sons and wounding hundreds of others. I the best material. i'i j. cut for 1 he O iitr.il Kctmi. ky lltJ.-an com-e- t the opinions of any little crossThetownofTowanda, of l,t(K) inhab Feme I .. ' I and offer tli rvn' iX the most unkindestcutof all. roads set as more worthy of consideraliterally wip"d from the face bum mytelf .mil the Company to the citien ofl itants, was Lincoln O'inty. .mi cry thankful for the lilr-ition than its own, which are made after The Vermont maple sugar makers will of the earth, 27 persons being killed and pAtroii4i,e re. mnl jitd hope )y Itir delin to thorough study of the situation. get $1(X),000 bounty merit continuance farmer m ruts! of a wh a mo3t on this year's crop, 40 or more wounded. Several were fciiiv miiI hut! tur at the Mnci lloun inSiautord money wrung fr m the other people of killed at Augusta, seven at Wel'ington n ra n ,iuiny v.on ..h M RkhckknckaJ. H. McAlister. 1). H. Stagg, J. . McKinney, ,; cm Honoiis seem to have been evenly di- the country for no excuse .,i;m.5a. m Ijeclc, Chas. Dawes, JclT Mill, Howen Givens, Frank Ilayden, whatever, ex- and great damage was done at Atchison, and Denny in vided between Hnidley cept that might was right with the Ho lis Carrier. John Cash. K. II. Jones, Jas. Ilibb, A. C. Cowan, H. Josqdi and Leavenworth, Lawrence, M. the selection of State electors. W. (J. Congress. C. Drye, Howen (.over, Geo. Hencdict, etc. Kansas City, Mo., suffered heavily. of the latter, For sale by a brother-in-laDunlap, Texas and Nebraska a'so suffered terriforTHE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. and W. A. Morrow, nephew of the bly. The loss all told reaches many Xc.vt Davs mer, are the young roosters chosen to a A bill has been introduced to have tnillions. . they When crow for tiie p.rtyat-largot lor Mill i'l Jt net ily the rutin DANV.LLE. attempt to spread themselves over this all the hangings iu the penitentiary, as I Steele, of lo. k ol 2il ol is feared that they will be in Ohio. great State, it Juries cot the Commonwealth of All the old board of Hustonvillc, - - Kentucky, drawn somewhat thin in places, though Kentucky last year the magnificent sum were re elected la- -. Saluiday. inlrm.11 they are pretty sharp youngsteis. of S2S.'S,7.SS. I.aclic A: Senator Breckinridge returned to Afternoon sessions have been abol- Frankfort Monday after a brief visit to Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing-v.onniy iiKu ii.,x4,ninetli Thk Louisville Times says of one of "r" haHa..me.t ami ihctpett me ol W AM. 1'Afr.k ever filet, it to the pinplc.f On ...I Keiit.cl.y Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps the cleveiest republicans in the United ished orj the alleged ground that it inter- his family. Sonny Fields llm.lAure. Move, anil imv.irr. liroccrii v Jvl Clarence Mates: It is a g joJ thing for us demo fered with committee work and retaided At A. E. CIBBONS', - - - DANVILLE, KYI up" on the streets Sunday and are not more John Yer-ke- s progress. "cut crats that there All who are imMifil t Mr Steele will plc.e lie CM li.. I.irm h .i the!.! I'AIN'lS. (Ill- . . ..... ikvikiii.. . .. Mr. I'Mmiston's bill allowing sheriffs were sent to the e two dnys come forward 4lt cttl thiir .iliuuiiK, a the hou hi hi' St.ite I eot.lc ileiirme to ii ,l,,,r own w rk republicans iu the State. There is n jl h a , , ,.,, ilv j,ti.w a.!.r .tM.lnei mut itwinl ui' compensation for conveying witnesses each, Monday morning in eMTiein.el jn jratl al man, and bomething almost irresiatably winning KI'tt'AKH AI.COKN, lruU'ul 1. K Steel Martin I). Hardin, a -- on of Hon. 1. noout the manly courage, tempered with under arrest from one comity to another Get your Combinations Complete and Save Money. W. Hardin, of Frankfort, and a Centre gentlemanly defierence and marked al- passed the House. The McCain tobacco bill is now rea- College student, won the prize at the ways by the liberality of a broad mind, which he presents the republican dy for the governor's signature. It re- Uieorgutown oratoiical contest last week. with duces warehouse charges and is .supposBide of a case. "Woman's Will" was presented at h W lill.I.ION AM) MARV c. mu.io.v, ed to be in the interest of raisers generV.x (.'arte. the Opera House, Saturday night, by an T'n petitioner. luothUUy filed their petition The Minnesota democratic convention ally. company from Lexington. The in the Icrk'oilticeor natil court, aakiiic' that ..ii.l One of the larjist and most complete stoiks of .Men's, The Senate, iu obedience to a very amateur Hoys' and t for Cleveland, and was enjoy, Mary C. Dlllion be empowered were good looking people, j ml convey for ner own hcnWit to uc,propttrly .ell he Htiy Children's vote and work for him narrow prejudice, parsed the separate performers ed its delegates to 10. A separate car for the who played there roles very well, but dmy cmn or acquire, free trom the dubta r.r tlitino of her huhaiid, to liiike ionlr.ii.tt, ue ami Ix s long as there is any reasonable hope car bill, IS to drunken white men is much the play was rather inclined to be weak ihh1 a a tingle woman, traile in her own niuiic anil his nomination. They all do it but 'or dioi'ol her iropert) ly wille or itdeed. .(. lion be w than otherwise. more needed. taitl It i now ordered that not New York and she would have done iii'K.pHper Mr. J. J. Bust, who keeps puMifchcd in the Interior Juurnal, While The Senate adopted an amendment by her pnhlKhiil in Stanford, Ky , lor ten day; herself more credit had she stood the first toll gate at this end of the (iivcn nil Jer mv hanil thuiytli day of March, liver brought to the Kat ICnd of the county. Also a large and well only really great statesman, instead of al- to the bill providing that elections on loJAS I'. IIAII.KV, Dike, was riding a horse and iS.,7. cal option shall only be ordered on petiassorted slocU of Custom Made and Kastcrn ( It rk I nicolii ir uit Cn.irt 7 which is nearly allowing. Tammany, tion of a third of the voters of.the town, leading another last Saturday morning, ways wrong, to have its way. the one he was leading fell down and county or precinci. writes an interDr. Woods offered a lesolulion jerked the second and third lingers oil Col. Sam M. esting letter about the lo wa political e tiling upon the auditor for'in formation of his right hand. Dr. Dunlap rendered in as to the amount of incidental expenses the necessary attention. lor both ladies and guntlcnivn. Call and examine our stock before situation to the Courier-Journa- l, The board of trustees of Centre Colis very in the various State offices ami the auwhich he shows that the State purchasing your Spring Goods. 211. President Young made Aa Aioigni'i' kir the hencfit of the crrdipit. of J fctrong for Cleveland, who would carry it thority for such expenditures, which was lege met Mar. condition ar.d Mat. I'hilipi, I nlfcr fir ale privately a 'I ract ' f adopted. a statement regarding the if nominated. If the democrats nomil.;iml in I.imoln county. It will be bad if the bill introduced prospects of the institution, showing nate Cleveland and Uoies the concensus 315 of oDiuion is that Iowa will be made in the Legislature, disqualifying a juror that in respect to the number of students, Ihis Karm la well improeil and well waterid ceitainly and permanently democratic. from serving in tho circuit court more condition of linances, .tc, the College GO TO. than once in two years, becomes a law. was never more prosperous and never The dwellinu' li"iic ti commodious and will lunlt. I would Iteini; Miici'phble of an eaty had U more encouraging outlook for the in parcel., line par el .niitainlni; iv urre, mi The editor of the Blue (Jra.s Blade The professional jurors and hangers-oilwilllnjj huine situate, The report of the treasurer which the on which the Improvement and llnxithir future. was lined $100 and given til) days in jail won't have any show at all. arc nut mi K5 acre-- , iiImi orlei ler ..lie the A bill to amend the .statutes so as to showed that the income of the College gmid. forlibeliug Kov. J. S. Sweeney and the & TaVW r' fl K iMK B .BllH ' M' HBI Paris Christian church and he is now make the firing of deadly weapons at had doubled in the last four years. In Brick House and Lot in Lancaster nerving his term. Considering the gray- - random, or the selliug of .such weapon further enlargement of the work of the Now nccupiet hjr It K. Mi Knliei a. a iIiiik ktele and Hy of the charges he seems to have got- to a minor, punishable in the same de- institution it was determined to erect at "Model Grocery" for ten oil' quite lightly. The newspapers, gree as carrying concealed weapons, that once a new building for the Scientific Two Vacant Lots in Same Block, to $100 fine and 10 to .".() days in Iiepartment. Fund were set apart for exception, h far as we have is without On huh the hiim(.H weie recently luirned. I'm this purpose and a building committee Min ol (lie vaunt lot- - given inimediatoly on teen, coudemu Moore's course and think jail, is before the House. with ternmit iale. The bill allowing persons going to was appointedjto superintend the erec- complianceyear, lint the puicha-e- r he houve i n I villi he nilitliil fur thli his punishment deserved. and from church, school children going tion of the elitice, which is to have the to the rent Imm tune ot ptmhaM-of tlm Lincoln Cotintv Karm will lie The Columbia Spectator asks "Why to ami from school, funeral processions most lpproved equipments and apparat- given nl ol Septimhi r ni xl. ; the remaliidcr lne.n.i Term": virtually been seand Flower?" Because the and ministers to pass s free of us. The plans have not Carlisle inonlht, bearine 6 pi r cent Inttiillmi'iit of 0 and and netntialile. have declared that Grpver Cleve- charge, passed jthe House with an amend, lected and the work wjll begin immedipeople M. C SAUKLKN. Seeds land must head the ticket in this good ment making it operative on Sunday as ately. The foundation will probably be Alio about 5 barrets or CORN, two Ma. ks of )1 A V and S 11 OATS for aale priyMtely, to persdns going, to and from church. year of our Lord, 1892i well on the way by commencement. if InteriorJouknal W. WALTON. E. P. Smith, h leading Tammanyite, writes to a gentleman in Louisville that he believe that a preat majority of the democrats of New York are for Cleveland, but they sat stilland allowed Hill to secure the machinery. Says lift "Our delegates will vote for Hill on tho first ballot, but will find the Cleveland sentiment so strong that they wilt" quickly change and on a second ballot go to Cleveland. Hill did much for the party in this State, and we all feel grateful to him, but he made a mistake in his method of seeking the nomination, and, in mv opinion, is 'not in it.'" This teems to be the beginning of the prophecy of Judge Durham, to whic'i reference was made in our last. May it be fulfilled. The Hill boom seems to be already dead, or fast becoming defunct. NEWSY NOTES. Extra Bargains this Week in all Department:. Our buyer has returned from New York ami reports that he has bought an immense line of Clothing, Shoes and Dry Goods. SPECIAL SPECIAL SPECIAL Department all 7o, In our and $2.50 shoes have been 2 in all styles. Our genuine calf and kangaroo shoes at 8.25. offer And instructed, us make room for the coming pair men's pants worth $2 at $1.10. of 75 men's suits all worth 813.25 at Boys' kneejmnts suits worth. $3.15 SI. out special lines 111 uar zuaranxeea snoe :;.jo ana our doluison's celebrated hand turned $1.50 shoe can give you any style desired. Hem in ember FOR THE LADIES. special valves in fine shoes. fine custom mada button shoe are headquarters on WHITEGOODS LACES AND EMBROIDERIES and, two-hors- e Our prices as usual always the lowest. And our last but not least cial will our entire line of including Indigo, blue ' fancy all at 5 cents per yard. only. high-pric- ed THE t LOUISVILLE J jf STORE Manager. Jluin Street, Stanford. Or-tea- .ates-Rt-lar- ge -, us g, "WE ARE RIGHT IN IT" A di fi-- f v VJ o "VIVll pX i11 mmm man-lun- dcx-tor- . j 1 Sled )S.s" j'eiO J.,,.. Jjc ire Hny, - . MoKIlTlTE"Sr BEOS. -- The Vulcan Chilled Plow, d, THK FARMERS. Lam-ter- , 1 t; c 1u.s latest Improvements. eed, Satisfaction guarant- billio- n-dollar w Assignoo's Sale. Tliirtv C'a-h . For llic 1 b :k. & w, i(, wrcAiisra w I , couiu-ilmi-- 1 , WANTED. Five Thousand (ieiitlciuau I from Stanford Biirn-idea- nd I , . work-hous- f.-- -t Lincoln Circuit Court. JUST RECEIVED, CIILTIBlIN(Gr9 red-ho- t- ill-br- Per-rvvil- le C ASSICITEE'S SALE REiSLL ESTALE. Acres Containing W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. divi-lo- I 1 1 M. M. mr m " ( i-'- G I m-k- . N. Y. Seed Potatoes, Red and White toll-gate- Oni-thl- rd ca-h- - tntt-res- t 0-- lf Onion Sets, Landreth's and ferry's Garden in and Packages; also Hoes and Rakes. Bulk fv. ': J- - R&ma Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal - V.nte:. Day boarder and have fur-niphfil room for ono youiiK man. Kate tndderar. 1 Dkittv Siiekitp Tom Walker placed , FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. '. ; Stanfohd, Kv., o. walton, MEANS Avmu 5. 1892 Siibiuy City will have a horeo chow nex' Saturday afternoon, says a dispatch from Mr. 1 Mrs. in jail here yesteiday Martin Baker, colored, charced vfith burning the cabin of George Lewis, eotne months npo. j W. H. Murphy sold to J. K. Baugh-mn- u a Silver Kiug for -- Col.T.P. Hill A .son told to C. C. bub, Manager IU8INESS. paint at W. B. Wui rrEitand Cut. Jim DoVoiak wa fined il at Pittsburg for swearing at a fellow named ninpfn l.tv..!.. k.inln1 till iflCiiliinnA ' xnoiiipson, wno reiiiseu 10 get on his ' train tiMititl. 110 not iill.in!..! in nflrrv Ant v.al.lrk one of the most UCnilllUlI Inilfltlntlu IJIJ JUUUHtJUO to be pietty This seem Stanford; nrico nnd terms reasonable, pagseiincrs. I Shelby TevH. 1 ' B. K.Wcaren. - A. E. CiiniioNH, iMnville, Ky., has his K.nokavin(i beautifully and artiolUMtly nice line of wall paper and paints now tlt'iiu at A. K. I'enny'B. l!i vour bookB and euirlies of open ami ready to serve his customers oil kinds from At K. runny. and friends. en-- '. vifit. Lh.k Bei.by lia enlaced with A. W. Carpenter and will handle his trotters and saddlers. Mils. Ai.uk NkwuAMi, of Ciab Orchard, spent Saturday nnd Sunday with Mm. Joe Colley. J t Ddi: Stephen Brian and family have moved to the Helm huiiee on Danville Avenue. Miss Baihki. Allison, of Lexlnwton, is the Kiiest of her sister, Mrs. .IiuIkhi Stephen Burch. Miih ILK. lJwuiow will permit any pcrnou to liMi in her pond who will be llAVKyouruateh, clock and jeweiry have and not trespass on her property, We have had more wind sinie April repaired at A. K. lVmiy'e. Ail work until the-- 1st of Mav. came in than during all of March. The warranted. weather otherwise has been pleasant, Kkmkmiikk that all silverware. watcheH, Onk member of our linn is in the though, and vegetation is liiinipinir itriiiijs, Ac., bounht at A. It. Penny h wil! eitTes buying iroods. Many have already self. The peach be encraved free of chnrge. tiees are blooming and arrived. We will Imvc a stock second to the buds cenerally are alive. PERSONAL POINTS. none in Central Kentucky. Severance & Son. The State Hoard of Ktjualuation noti-- . Mien A.s.nik Mi Kiv.vky is quite fick. lies JidIku Varnon that it did not raite Mil. J. H. CoiUKii returned from C01..JV. II. Di'DUKKAicays the street Lincoln county s aessment a cent. yeterday car and water works talk have helped Boyle uot u i eduction of 'JO per cent, on Mu. and Mns JoiinT. Linn, of tliinm at Rowland, where he has milil land 11 11 J 1') on lots nnd received the are at Mrs. W'roy three lots to Ben Martin, John Payne credit of beiny the highest ases-e- d counMies An- and Mr. O'Uear, respectively, forfsOO. Md-SfiiiK V.luh is ty in the State. nie Wr.iy in her millinery store. B. I'axton, administrator of B. Van-- 1 J. A NEoiio named K1 Buster, while drunk Mwi. Maky M11.I.KK axd Mlssea Mattie Ais lale, has sold his late residence, ad- Satuiday held up his hand and saying to Owsley are in Louihville. and MnuKio vertised in this pap'r, to John P. Jones, his companions, "See me put a hole thro to keep Mn. Ouu-- Moiut, who u-for 31,700, Mrs Sallie VatiArsdalo dis that," filed. The lull went in the hand hotel here, is up from Franklin n n liosint'of her life interest for 7: between the third and fourth and j Lou-ibville, s ng s ed rnksii l.nndrclli (iiuilen SitiIp, in refers and in bulk, at W. B. Mc Bob- - Brown, of Tennessee, HO yearling mules at about j'jO. W. J. Hodman, of Hubble, sold to The men buy a Funk, Anderson it Co. GO barrels of corn at Advocate. J. M. Carter, Jr., has had Iuh fine tfWh. stallion, Wedgewood, registered under Tim news comes from Louisville that two rules. His number is 4X. Mrs. Thomas II. Saunders presented her There will be a horse show at Shelby As well as the ladies? Before either make their selections they should hubaiid with a tiirl last week, wiio has City nextN.ti.rday afternoon, !th, when come and see some of the best and cheapest goods ever brought to been named Jennie May Lucille. Mrs. some splendid stallions will be on exhib- Stanford. We can suit both young and old. Ladies who want a Saunders was MN Bessie Harri-- , dauL'li ition. J. J. Chapman ha engaged between ter of Luwvvr II. T. Harris. WHY NOT NEW : SPRING : SUIT NICE SPRING DRESS tinkers The Danville AdviKiite says of one of unfortunately passed out without breakour advertisers A. K (Jibbons has made au improving change in the inteiior of , moving the ollicu back-this the rear and giving room to show paper, A:o. The outsido of the building has been painted pure white. store-roomo -- ing a bone or hurting him much. street other's heads and yesterday couple of Stuiiv evening a planks over Main merchants broke each another drew a hatchet on a liveryman, which, however, he failed to use. They are letting, to be a ferocious set and we fear The M( troMiitan National Bank, of KansisCity, Mo., Mr. B. W. Hocker, that rocks will have to bo tied to their president, declined its usual quaiterly coat tails. per cent, ami its stock dividend of Tiik story telegraphed from Crab Orholder here are -- miling over the re- chard that much sympathy was aroused MlMLS N IXM AM) KlTTlK llAl'MIIMAN ceipt of checks to cover it. The bank in Lincoln over the treatment of Kditor went to Danville, Friday, to visit Miss has a capital stoek of j7")0,000, flJiS-vVJMoore at Paris is without foundation in DauKhiuan. 0-- loans and discounts, ;U,.S1!)'J: surfact so far as we can ler.rn. A veiy few Mim Lettie Hkim has pme to Dan-illplus and deposits fl'.l'w.OlO 1J. of ids way of thinking may sympathize to remain with her -- ister, Mrs. J. F. Walton, a month or two. The Cincinnati Iniiiror of Saturday w it li him. but the rest of the people w ho .Mn. Jons A. Mi Hobkkth, of Oorbin. iiad an item from Walton, Ky., saying think or know- anything about it are utstopped over Minday with his undo hero, that a woman giving Iter name as l.atn-ili- terly indillerent, except in a general way returning fnm uoiiiniI1-- . HolS'tnaii ami claiming that she had to want all oHeuderH punished. The ... erv truly says', Mm. .M01 IE no. Kb huu ho.. w.i ..-- rir,, IM,r,.IllH , Xit oil the Paris Kentuckian Lexington for a iw days, tho tn,i ,j,rre Fridav evtming and while "The arrest ami prosecution of .Moore over from being taken to a hotel gave birth to a is not on accountoi his prohibition views. (neMMn.Hr. huh .u i" Mr. o. V. Ilti.EV i.iine iiown irom buby in th buggy. She said shu was in Most of tiie men who are against him Pineville Stnrda and returned with searcli ot her busUind, who left her here re tempeience men. It is ti tight his wife to that city yesterday. three weeks ago to buy a farm in Boone aninst the publication of slaudeious arThe lamilv of the Bev. Strother Mk. and Mas. t.. H. IUmkev, of Lex- - county. ticles on cbiistinn people, and when the temperance fanatics attempt to set theii Cook, of Harrodsburg, whu has been a came home with Mrs. W. F.I ington, Lti.e, who was reteutly cause up against Christianity, morality missionary in frici for .several years Uhuiecv. who had been on a visit to, Mn. B. hurt by the C . caii at Somercet. has anil common decency, thev will Ioe the fear that he has died at sea or been ship them. C. respect and cotinucruv of all goou peo- wrecked. It has been learned that he Mns John S. Gill and daughter, Ma- seeuruil 57- dnmsges from the i compsny, besides receiving $'J." a week ple." B. Kiniwird, of sailed for home, ill of black fever in Febry, and Mrs. Dr. J. y. for nearly three weeks from the I. S ruary, and nothing has been heard of pawod through to Imisvillu ister, DriiiMi the recent heavy snow a fine him suite. Accident Insurance Co, in .which ho looking fellow giving his name as Kingto Mid- - held a iMiliry. As the J. M. Bobiu-o- n Miss Annie An ok.n went , S'KW AIIYER1TSKME.YIS. .Mies Foxie i Co. did not dock Mr. Lytic for Iops of man and claiming to represent Denun-r.iodlesbnrg Niturday to visit the Louisville fruit dealer, drove S. Wells aceoin- -' time., he conns out considerably the Pminuigton. Mr. John i nr, tlioiigli tli accident cauted him from Danviljc to this place in a ponied her. fie sleigh and "agonized" consideragivut suilerlng .Miss LiriuTinwKLi,tl bly. He took orders from several of the wns here Friday, for the rlrtt time for a Skvkkal tunes situe Christmas the nieichauts here and mailing them signed year, looking bcttcrand handsomer than s'.ore of Mimcs Naomi and Belle Jones, the names of the gentlemen who wanther friends ever aw her. returned from at Mt.Siileui. Inn been robbed, but the ed the .ood. The giods came up all Miss NirrriE Wiu has identity of tiie thief remained a m.vtery right and on the same day the "slick Louisville a full fledged stenographer tillTlniMdny night, when the clerk, Dave duck" also show ed up. Ho visited Fur-ri- s having graduated at the and Bille, caught a negro named Ja. Clnyd i: Hardin, K .iiuiner, McKinney Bryant .: Stratum Business Collet. He heard him reiuov- - Bios., and A. A Waricn nnd stated that llMOUipilllleil dead to rights Dll. J. U. (AIIPKNTKK inthe window and allowed him to get ho could save i the trouble of sendMrs. Max Manes to Paris yesterday, in in before he ordered him to halt, which ing in a check by paying him then and rder to see that she was not injured 'he did vety quickly, although aimed there. They did fo and now they le- aiy more than necessary b the trip. pistol. with a gret that tlic did. Mr. Zimmur seemed linn F. P. Mum UN, of the to be tin easiest victim and lie was Close Call. While Mis. Woody Hale Son, architects, contractors of Milburn by Kingman to identify him at and builders, was liere Sunday, and de-- was at church Friday night, Little Kd tin; bank, where hu had the checks eided to locate. He built the Casey and Hale was taken with the tooth ache and cashed, also one of iJilcher it Bro., of rumaging around in the pies-- , found s in Kentucky. other .Nittuday a second bill came u some chloroform, which betook. When Danville. Hon. Sii s Aimmh piswil up to to the various gentlemen who had A Crram cf larler ll.il np I wtlcr Hihrkt of Mrs. Hale returned, he found him aphsmsburgMinday to see after bin tet I ni:nl Sulci bought of Kingman and an accredited .ill Hi U4tmiii; trentli lj..lTIIIIUlll .i Ucptlll. fences in Whitley. He says parently d'M.I, ami dispatching John for came also. This gentleCO. KOYAI I1AKINO I'OWUl-began to upplv such repiesentative Mill in the Dr. Peyton, h he ts going t'irej.rvsent the ir. id' Wall tieci, Ne man states that Kingman h.nl no eatth-l- y lemedie- - as nbe could in herexcited connext Congress and we hope he will. with Denunio and that connection dition think ot. The doctor soon ai rivMn. J.S. l.Eiru.T P. A. of the J he was now in search ot him. Our n wiw li..n. Frid.lV III the lllteient of ed and after several houirt' hard work, ineichants here state that tney will not .i,.!,.,t"..,l fellow was icstored to conscious- ... - tr .IinMih Krelilm thelittli JI1H Iinni nil" ii I will drliv.r tr,. pay their bills again ami a law suit or fiy in.i.ii!' in si.iiili.nl n . very close cull and Kd m un nt h r K..w land t tme i nt h r u,l f,iK. f of Fariston. through to Low- I II j two will hkelv lollow. liullilr.-All J ' lil Uuc l4st'rCMCh ini.nlh f ell, Mich via his splellditl vestllllllOl win imn.iy uy 111111 Mini 01 uiiHiiieF' JA.MEP IlUsll, stpnfLfd, r again. Tiii; election for city judye Saturday train. daugh' resulted in a big victory foi the ptesent Miss Ktk Lmku, youngest T.w i iik Dim.s. Befeiring to our de- siim-later of lien, w j. i.anuni.n, m w...e..ii., m m(, fo(. n ,,,,,.... MlWR0 fiu.,0ry ()r n incumbent, who has held that or a ollico for moie than a quarter of a or m itliii; 'ithr lirundy "r hil.y Tubs, siilU is " ,,0J. tHJC i, nnd sister to Mrs. Win. tll)J uiHunond Begister Itr.KKINti, five mw century. .Indire V. J. Ciirsuu icceived anil Wotiui;iMil a iner o 1. rMUKton pitr l'ot-oli attending a commercial college. ( jUh i(W mile Ht'.ttl l.aiK the city an, rej.n,tt11, in ml Wt.. e Marktbury, K). .m.. m xm dty ,t MyH .,,f a (k);, found l'JS votes. Thomas A. Itice 11 and L. M .Miss Limlnim is one oi i.aueas.er . laisley I. In justice to his competitors, cor, Lex. diariiiingoungLdi-swu,,oll,lllllteUlonl u tx.uid co.lai howevei, it must be said that they with-die- EGGS around his neck he is instantly killed. While caih in the action, leaving the old rum llie tollowine sumUnl arielif Tins olllco was honored with a call The tax is il per head, ami it is the only CodiiriH Miti hells Mrain, White iliuotIi K ticks Hon. Fuituinu Fox Bobbin way to pi event hydrophobia and keep judge a clear track. There was not IIkinv strain. White (Ktuppi fnhorn Friday from forcouncilincn, theold utriiin I'owlv t.H.itaifly yanleil; ejc warrant-tand his handsome nieces, Misses Lelui the dogs irom multiplying and tillingthe iiiucbsif a contest iniri" I'n. e Si rer totlini; ot il with the exception io .i M sIlU VKi, I..iu ater, Ky Kngleinan Hays and Belle Fontainu whole cai th." Kxactly. We hope the board being of two, who resigned Home time since. seeing Sigler. After an hour spent in new council will have the courage to follows, the first seven how the I. J. is made, the party left for pass such a law for Staufoni. The keep- The vote was as lining cluscn to the council tor the en Miss Hays is visitCrab Orchard, where M) tore ut Koulaiul n tirktn iuti on the ing of a ihg is not a necessity, and those Dr. J. K. Peyt.0" i UW, night of the 3 th and j:''d to llu amount til $450 suing two year ing Miss Sigler. who persist in it, with no other appar .iuI.iIiiiii; hat", hoe, pocket ti$vxkt.iltn, tuh I. M. llruce. Us, D. W. Vandeverr, Kt; knives. ia..r and fewclry I will tltve it lewaid out object than to worry their neighbors, anel rd in tlif hu AND VICINITY. McKinney, 112; J. W. Hayden, .U; t.rSlooforl'ie were ( itn.l uhiikiioii and riturii nf CITY A. A. j;.m1 .inltinB Toils ought to pay for it. ic nt' linn, r bif, Col. W. G. Welch, PJ!, Dr.S. O. Hocker, nl one rttchet hra e. t ihnfl, one me and I'll) fiiiner I'Mchiel, i inch, ol .eigler shoes just iccoiv-eNew link The Ciab Oicliard Springs Company 7S; Dr. J. . tarpeuter, 70; A. II. Penny, Th.i tiKil au all d xct pt thf , IS VAC HAMILTON'. at S. H. Shanks'. has disponed of that property to syfeis, a.'!, .J. S. Hughes, IM; J. .1. McKobeits, III; II. D.uigherty, Scientific American Jowls, shoulders, sides, McBridu ei Webster, of Indianapolis, for .1. M. Hail, .!!; Wm. Wanted. 1. SevAgency for lard at B. K it W. II. an alleged consideiatiou of 100,000. The O. Karris, 10 and Pete Hamilton hauiH and country right in Kentucky for the eral of the men voted for declined beforefirm owns the Wearen's. treatment of inebriates with the Keelev hand that they would not serve, if elect of gold cine, and it will turn ed, but their liieiuls perited in voting Cikcuit Couiir has liot been in session Binco last Thursday, but it is hoped it tliu famous summer rcsoit into a mam-nnt- for them. According to the rule that sanitarium. Theie is no doubt baa prevailed heretofoie, Dr. . I. I'. Peywill get dowli to business CAVKATS. THADR MARKS. about its being the best location in the ton will he mayor, he having received DE8ION PATKNTB or the best jointed State for it, but the thousands of people e. Fishino Tai ki COPYRIGHTS, ate. the largest vote, but that of comae iH rods, reels, bass lines, tloats, minnow who have for years spent eithei the sea- with the council, which will likely reKtir infornitlon anil free Handbook wrtte to CO itll BltoAUWaT. Arvr YORK. MIAN A heines and minnow buckets, go to W.B. son or a few days at Crab Orchard, will elect Mr. Vaudeveer. It will be obsciv bureau Oldft patent iorarcuiins patents In America. Kery taken out br ' ' brought before McBobeita'. experience deep regret and sadness that ed that the board is composed of men, ibu public by notice given Uto uf charge In lbs it will be changed to other uses. The every one of whom hve. east of depot I iiak juetTpened a full line of spring new company will open up on the 1st street, leaving the West Kud of the town and Bummer millinery, einbraciug the prox. It is said that three physicians unrepresented, but that oughtn't to make Irrejt imitation of any adenllflfl pPWlnthe nlomllrilv Illustrated. No Intelligent latent novelties. The ladies aie earnestoild. from the Illinois cure wilt administer any diflerence with those having tho inman ihould be without lu WeeklT. S3.W a ly invited to call ami examine. Annie cart ill niotitha. Addrea MUNN X CO, tho treatment. I'CBUSHiua. SGI Bioadwar. Ntw York. terest of the whole towu at heart. Wray, Lancaster street. I Dc-ire, - a 1 1 1 UtL-nMe- .. 7,000 and s.000 lambs in Woodfor.l and adjoining counties, at " to 5.00 for June delivery and 4.7o for July. A. II. Moore, of the Cloyerdale Stock Or if you want Farm, mar Philadelphia, has bought lor Ka.stcr don't f.iil to come and sec our stock. '1 17, sin of Direct, Director, for an alleged consideration of j7o,000. The Harrodsburg Democrat says that John and Meiritt Sallee have two mares left at their house by Morgan's or Table Linens or Lace Curtains or Shoes don't fail to come to the men that are now :V yer.is old. They have to be fed on bran. Next Monday will be horse show day at Stanford and from all we can In the Coffev House This the only place to buy the new IRISH heai they will be here from the Kat anil POINT LACE. the West and the North and the south. It will be worth coming miles to see. Secretary Tipton has received 02s Futurientries to the Kentucky ty that closed March lo, William Bus-se- ll Allpn ntered 10 mares, a larger number than w.is named by any other breeder. The Bardstown Fair Company is trying herself this year. They are improving their track, adding to their grand stand and building more stables. They bang up ten trotting and pacing purses of ; 100 each, per cent, to nominate and start and 4 per cent, additional deducted from each of the three monies. The And we can show as nice an assortment as the people have stakes are liberal and entrance fe, s small. blanks, Stakes dose May 2. For entry write to Ben Johnoii, Secretary, Bardstown. It Hambletoiiian still leads as a sire of His dams of standard performers. daughters, have produced 7.5 trotters and one pacer, which mukfs a total of 74. All St)les and Colors of Mambrino "utchen is second as a 6ire of dams, his daughters having produced 50 trotteis and six pacer-- . Alniout, :!.'i comes third. His daughters produced Id trotters and three pacers. American Home-Spun- s. Star mares produced 4 "r, .eorg Wilkes mares produced 2 ami idue Hull sired the lams oi 41 standard performer. Laces, Embroideries, Hosiery, Gloves. Towels, isnzrw cash store, J. S. HUGHES, SPRING CLOTHING ! OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE Ever Seen in Stanford. :4 Cassimeres, Worsteds and Please Examine and Price Them. -" M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. . yes-1rda- two-ho- le, pom 11311 ROBT. FENZEL -- i)i:ai.i:r in- - WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY REPAIRING NEATLY AND PROMPTLY DONE. fcaAll work warranted, l'ine Watcher a Specialty . I will take old fjold or silver in exchange for goods ' Trl type-write- r, tlu-ii- r1iwt H.g.RUPLEY,-- s y.?- i 4 well-know- n 1 i POWDER Absolutely Pure I V r) Is Receiving1 His Goods Warranted and a Perlect Fit Guaranteed. A - I4 a t . court-huu-e- ion-gresion- -- Spring & Summer Goods Gie me call. vV ICE! ICE!! 1 1 1 -- - - I I 1 t" 1 ,,-t- Go to J. B. FOSTER, 1 r For SalcA IJislillery, m I I lo-i- OK- - Mcl-arlau- 1 I h New York Seed Potatoes, Onion Sets, w rier-Journa- l. FOR HATCHING. I I d SEEDS OF ALL KINDS, lit Rnlk aiifIPackns;e, And SICEI OATS. O". V S500 REWARD. -- B. FOSTEB. o J d ':!; A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER During the year liu;- -' hand a full aiul complete 1 - h to-da- jjmJIE f -, bh all keep constantly on stock of Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. My stock of Toilet Articles Glass, Books, cictrtific H-'- O JEWE3DRY meicfltt WATCHES, CLOCKS & assure my customers of I and better selected than ever and Is larger prompt service, low charges and courteous treatment, Mr. Thomas A. R. PENNY. Daj.ton in charge. f?J t, . v ' v.' r- - ?'l The member of Hie Cynthiann Baptist church have let the contract for Published Every Tuesday and Friday the erection of a $10,000 building. r I.ev. W'.A. Broadhuret, pastor of the SS I'Kli YKYlt UN" ADYAKCK. Midway Christian church, died Friday. was with not sopaid $U.SO III be ihirg;ed.'ra Mrs. A. 0. Hopkins, his Bister, him In.iifl laM moments. I.ev. LapMfy McKeo will preach ut K. ... LOCAL TIME CARD. the Methodist church next bunday Rowland a: ;.oo a. n., returning Train, morning at 11 and in the afternoon at .1, at 3:10 p.m. the latter for the sju'cial benefit of tlo L. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. children, all of whom are invited. -- The largest heathen temple iu the pra .t Mail train going North South t34P world isSeriiighani, and it comprise." n tijam F.pre train" South " North ' .15m square, each side being one mile in -- ..6.0 am local Freight North - supta length, inside of which are siv other South. The latter trams also carry passengers. squares. The walls are "5 feet high ami The above if calculated on standard tin S. Solar five feet thick, ami the hall where pil tine it about ao minutes taster. grims congregate is supported by 1,000 QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. pillar, each cut from a single block of stone. 1 rains pass Junction City as follow a. m ; No .. No. s at i South Hound According to the Baptist Year Book local, arm cm at Na p. m., No ISO' p. in No. 4 mere were tsi (teams among preuciier sleaves at yio a ' North Bound: No No. sMtll,,. t ,.,,.,,. f Imrii .,.. cjr .17 rf'oiviit ft nm .. ... local j:ioa. in i No o, or p ml ..v .. v... rn other denominatipnsi there are -- orphanages and charitable institutions, 157 colleges and universities, 1,K!' associations. LM.SOO preachers, oo,S90 churches, neuralgia, lGf,247 baptisms tluring the year and Of Sunday-schoolmembers. and there are lS.vS'.), with ltf.O.'tt otlicers can always bo and teachers and l,:U)7,0"s students. 111 1 Semi-Week- ly it l Interior Jodrnai CHURCH AFFAIRS. 5ntlsrj,ctrllj Squire. Oskcv.h (to KTpJnlnml. Land-Seelcor- s. ..... ,. . 1 RHEUftSAT S M sciatica successfully treated and timber lands In Wisconsin are tribut ern cuke) tarytothe Wisconsin Central Lines. from my son liihcrin't sound like him. thcsClines have all the advantages of Settlers on healthful It's too kind .f slurp and pointed like. climate, good market facilities, abundance of furl and litiiiiUng material, pure and sparMing drink. Haven't you made soaw mistake? important can ins Operator Oh, Uinta ali right! You not water nmiotner the prairie tenents which No ot the West. bo enjoyed on draughts, 11.' eye .ones, tiu srasshopper plague and see, our wires are down west of here, no feser and ague. Now Is thf time to select and we have been working about sixty choice lauds at low prices. Wisconsin is consular miles over a barbed wire fence. Puck. l one of the most proipermsStatcs in the Union. Located dliocllv on the Wisconsin Central Lines m this State are thp ihtlxlne cities of lluriinjton, (null' In ORtce. lu I.ac Oshkosh, Neenah, Visitor (to the oftice boy) Please ask Waukesha, Kond Mtvnf Point. Mmshfirld, ChipWaupaca, pewa l'all, Kau Claire, New ltichmond and the editor if he is too husy to see me. Ofliee J toy (a moment liter) Yes. He Ashland. For tickcls, time tables, maps and Inlt Infiirm.i says he is too busy T. S. PATTY, I. 1. ., tion. apply to Chttaicaa,Ti'nn. Visitor Very wejl; toll him that I Or to C. POND, O P. S. T. A , Chicago, III. JAS will call again nest; year. I wanted to pay my subscription. Boston Post, ami ceitaimy of - cures havp The promptn-smad.. I hnntherlain's t.niuh R.medi fuiuu, It itayllsht AtirAd. is intended especially for cough-- , colds, croup and most wtM,in Bingo Wasn't the servant girl un- knr.wn fur ccutli and is the n andeffectual remedy so cnt Kittles then usually pleasant thin morninp? for sale ly Dr M. I. Ikiiirue, Dmsglst and Uptl Stanford, K. Mrs. Bingo Yes. Her Iwau called cum, last night. Bucklln'd Arnica QkIvo-ThBmgo See if you can't gvt him to best sahe in the world lr cuts, bruises ;ores, uken, salt theutn, feser soros, letter, chapcome hero and live. Life. ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup tions and positisoly cures piles, or no piy requirNntlrrd by llntli. Kits Miss Bleeeker(of Xew York) What a ed. It is guaranteed to PricK pertect satulaciioc, aj cent per bos, or money refunded hang-doKy. look that man ha: Kor sale by A. R. Fennv, Miss Kmirson (of Boston) Yes; I obNow Try Tula served his .suspended canine expression 1U nut fly oou It will t jou tuithini: and before you spoke. Jud;. if sou base a mush, cold or any trouble with rih1 l)r Kins' New IH.cox-crthront. chest or luncs l Cold All That Coul.t It Asknl. for Consumption, Cougli to K1,r reltet or numes will be paid back "Is Barlow a good shot?" found it Just the thing Sufferer from La lrip 11 Itdi-is- -j g operator in .westthis 'ore telegram It wi'l be of Interest to those contemplating set g limp in I he Northwest, to know that the choices-farmin- TRE SEELT0S HOUSE. ROWLAND. KY. This House has been refitted throuihjat -- J. S. OWSLEY, JR, ; has Is a Candidate for ComrronvsealUr Attoniey sih Ject to the action of the Democratic patty in any judicial District to which Lincoln county mar be assigned A LIVERY ATTACHED. Transient custum solicited J. W CARKIKR, Prop. vy ca.s:e3: Ilfghcst cash market price for &r., at i :P'd HOTEL AND SALOON AT ROW I AND Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, M. 3S .oOer for sale prhatcly mv frame ItMeltind Saloon at Row land, which are now renting at Vj '"""i" . is iciiiraiiy ioc ilea ana a nne poll p1 business, heine nt lor lerminal cmut on 1 dii ion or the I. S. ' It has uod well. I.i'l. coal house and other outbutl Jitizs. Addrpss a MRs. MAR C Kl RRM L. Stanford 1 nect-ss.ir- L ELK IN & CO., K ivr MANIOltD. J. h. :rLToir, bst3 cr-- y 1 suar-antee- d s "He nevor gets any birds." 'No but he never shot his do? vet." -B- "First raH." rooklynLife. and under It use had a speedy and perleit teens and ert. Try a sample liotlle at our expense Trileurn fot yoiirselt iut how imd a tluuR It I torc. UirKc al bottles free at A K. Penny's dru slae jo cents and u Coods sold fur cash only It gisesms !esnrc t" state to the public in general that I am dome nliely under the Cash and thst the people aie rnpidly catching on in the tact that it is the better system, both fur the Im )pr and seller. I hey also know that I srllanod fornhoul a Kurd less than my comp titers who do credit busmcs Re member that I keep constuntly or. hand a splendid assortment of Dry Woods, .. roc cries; Cloth ins, Shoe. Hats and the lue Call in and re my Mock, uhlcli is replenished almott dull r J 11. 11 11. vi.-,- . uouni. Ky Dealer in General Merchandise, Lumber and Shingles. li.t. 1 NOTICKTOTHK TRAVELING PUBLIC. :-- a fiv o BV it it U 'V it ru Spoclmen Casoa been InroinHtcnt. with S II Clifford. New Cassell, Wis., was troubled Wife- -I am ready for olmrfb nnw I have opined in connection w.tti mt Hotel, the from with neuralgia and rheumatism, lit stitinai h as What are you swearing disordered. In her a atlectesl to an aiarmuuOhriatinasvilie, a email town in West Dear me! redecree, appetite fell away and he was about? Tennessee. The story goes that James rtesha.ld atrenijih. Three Mtle of TVT AT-Husband I can't find the Bible. N. ducedin Hitters cured him AAV W OA4, j Klectnc A euro Cook wooed and won the airections of Y. Herald. I. .!....,. s:,,.ni-r- .l tt.irtislviirr. Ill hail a run nin sore on hl leg el eight year' ttandms t'sed Miss Lula Carter, but shortly.aftenvanls Is to follow Ihr.e bcttlesof Kltitru- llitten. and seven Thi P.ptort Courteous he left for the West tc make his fortune ol lluckleu' Armc.i Sahe and hi leg i sound First-Clas- s "Hullo, old boss," (.aid tChapple tho and well John Speaker, Catawba. Ohio, had before consummating bis nuptial vows. Hullo, young ass," returned rowler. five lanse (eser sore on his ln, iloctsir said hf AndofTerthe services of it to the publu. Brand X 3lssWsl use of One otlle Klectric llliters and now clucle. and (rc.li blooded turves make my via incurable Hi pretty promised wife vowed con Jury. onel-i- x lliicklen's ArnliahaKc cured him cnttte stable compare with HI MOREL AND. A stancy, aud Jim was as happy as a king! ly. Sold at A. R. IVnny' driit;tr. 'smpenatlnn. Tho Bost in tho Country. m Iiealer m tf e aove the morning he depatted on his long "Dogs are more faithful than ment" (iivr me a call. I'iw visjr th'etlibr ol Iht KmllniitiMi Jurstns). Oners for Cattle, Sheep and Hog3 for the uncertainty of journey. Alas P W. C.lvtlV, I'rosvr elor "But men have bank account." Mis., Iist Ikis l'U subject to cramp colli or htiof Al. HURNS. Manager Solicited Six Cattle an. Jsbeep a Spoialty. IndlRcstion, which piostniMsJ him for limits and will euro you. this life. Shortly after the chosen suitor Life. Persons laving a v 01 the a'lst r,t or tlnee das for two m 1 1 unCttml him fer for salenr wising i purchase same, will d took his departure, a gay Lothario namc,i For the ist sear h has been MslniCluimberlaln's A TtlOlM.HTKm. lit SHAM). t.'CatluU rir addli ss me An evpeneti e riifteeu Cealic, Cholera and Dlarthna Itrssscily whenever ed Tip Simmons laid siege to the pledgsear III Ibis husiums has - not profit iu ueand him siveu occasion required nd it ha. invariably for I think I . an make U prahta'lc built sale bv prompt relief. lo lue '.us-- r j and jo cent battle ed heart. Finding that his game of love The andseller P O a.ldrss bt,nw. j, Ky. Dr. M L. Routne, Drn:it and Oatiesan, StanArtistic OrTict! at the .Myer Hornmaking would not win, Simmons interford, Ky. SIANKORD, K , 'o. will find cepted the letters from the girl's sweetTo have vour photographs made. that hs will alay treat you right andlve sou COFFEY.f satisfaction. Remember hemal.es pictures of all heart and soon succeeded in estranging NATIONAL BANK s the different size, even from the smallest the lovers, and in a few days thereafter up tcia life sire portrait in crayon, water OF sr.VM.iKt, K ou got the girl's consent colors and pastells. If you have a picture and they were 'IhlsII lei, renovateil an I rnt.l e.J, ,. rkivr Whn Bby was atck, wo cto her Castorta. want enlarged, it mil pay yon to see him before in tuy charjc and I intend to coniu tit n a to Cton-WlieFinding life miserable When iho was. a Child, tha cried for contracting with any one to have it nude. as he is quietly married. not only maintain its hleh reputation, bat to add located here and wilf always be here to eive satis- without his fair enslaver or eome word In Its ra; Int el friend Speia at c imsiudj. Capital Stock oho became Miss. bs clung; to Cattoria. A J. EAUP, Stanford, Ky. faction. tions for oimercial travelers iiJih room for from her, Cook returned to his old home, Whjn tin hid CtiUiren. she save thorn Castori. theditplov of sample-.. Surplus 18,500 Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co. arriving the next day after bia promised First-Clas- s A Saloon bride's marriage to the shrewd scoun Attention of the jviS:, invited t the fie Mineronnd hipiers of the (JEN (TINE And IHLLURDand POOL ROuMs attached. thai this is th only National llaak in Stanford drel, Simmons. Not in the least abashIOSKIM. tOF.KV Under the plot ition u the Natiwal Hank Act 37.11 deposiloi are setureil not only by the capital ubicct ! vio !nr a Hum be of viii's I have ed by this announcement, Cook went to " stock, hut bv the tkhildrr inflammatory rheunuitism. which ' liability lor an lent attacks . :.-. ..11 vs-.-- i .1. WMJS.ii amount equal I, the ttiMk.so that depositors of yiTiernlly lasted atxiul tw months. On the tir Try it. We are the sole agents for Manford and mi' iieviiv iiuiue lie uuu vaviuiut:ii iu I was attacked iu thn knee aiic' vnl- ihls iatlilution are set ured by a fund of Jjtsj.toj nf this month Rowland. Ollite corner ot Depot street and railto her, and she now announces that she s. rrM.I mtitr.lt' fnr tun it. vs. vvhfiv I ttrcveuml a ' Five sotn siateracnu of Ihecon Juion of th bank . road crossingarc uuderach ) ear to the Uuited State t bottle ol Chamherlain's Pain Halm ami it relievesi 232 Acres of Splendid Blue-Gras- s will accompanv her real lover to the HIGG1NS WAITS 6 chrpifully and Us assets are esamlncd at stated tunes therefore null tne almost inst.iutlv "How did you get in"" Vest, marital ties or no marital ties.by tovrrunteui agents, thus Land, it tu those vvho .irv slmilaily illllcinl .Idilitoui perfei t safety to depositor "I wanted to .see if the jce would bear everyvvhen R D. Wlnl'e), Marlindnle, N V , Desirably lecal.d on turnpike Ovvensboro Inquirer. trom tnd Thi invlitutiuii, oriKinslly established as the hitlty Is a very prominent man i Slaulord le Milleilxeville, l.ir. uln t!.. JifiJ Ky,6 Feb. uP4 Mr me and my wife, and" unly, )t posit ll.nV nf Stanford in 1J5S. then was sery widely mue and his Inthisplace nnm Matitotti, 4 miles u Hustoiivlilr, i oed a the Nation-t- Hank n Stanftitd "Where'is shcr' Dealer In 1W3 ami known, as he sullen d su h severe pain. W M from Danville. It is much easier to start au evil report uulrs from Juti'lum City and Martind.ile. N C. "I'm standing on her. How the deuce llonton A Co , within 14 miles of Morelaiid a station mi the C team re orcanurdaslhc Pirst National Hank ol than to stop it. Even after a rumor has could I keep my head Stanturd in 1SI1, has lud piaclually an unintcr fo saleSv Dr M J.. Itourne, Ituk.M. and S R R The Farm has uprn Foreign aud Domestic Fruits, been proven false, it an rlecant and abovr water to bottle 11 Ills better supplied brick ri.frue, (tin roolLall rupted esistrnceol fur )ear spacious the harm it has done yell for help if I didn't?' Harper's Optic an Stanfotd Kv now with laciluies traritattiu' busine prompt nnibuihling and an ahtmdanc. I fruit ly and liberally itecettar Confectioneries, Ac. re-sod canuot always he undone. Bcfote trera of almost every variety. Much of the land honorable career than ever before iu its long fiju Bazar. Anoint of corporation, is strain sail, well Umbered, absilidantlv watetesl first class baker and can lurnivh ating a bit of gossip, it would he well A. S. . cii"c. firms and Individual respectfully soli-- , ami nrarlv all well set In Tha Irishman-- Tretat. S; short, a led llrcad, Cakes and the like on short notice. V No Farm in every respect. to ask ourselves thenc questions: First, Sl'ROKO.V DKNTIST. An Irishman jiieked up a round bit of 1'be Direclory h this llaaV is c'SttpfC.I ot KW le. also, 16 Mule 1 vears ' st Snrinj "fu if trll,.S" C.n.,,.,,,1 "I., t MiwISII tin in the .street. It looked like a coin, llhce on Mam street, over W. V, McKoberts ,l( P W LOO AN I'. J. Poster, of Slniifnl; SALE. LAND Drui Store, Stanfard. Third, "Is it necessary?" This practice and he walked into the nearest saloon FoiesKis Kessl, Llixnlts essssal) , "LOCUST ..R.iVF and ordered a drink, putting down tho J W. Ilaydess, Stisalaxst; Land, situated aJ4 would he sure to save us from many bitAcres ol Splendid S.H IliMttsmna, Llncola: disk when he had finished. lurnpike. ter moruories and regrets. Stanford, on Shelby miles froui M. J. MilWr. Mt Wssis Apply to me at adjoining Mrs. b. II Jones "Here!" said the barkeeper; "this is R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. pious Philip of Neri was once visTht 5 V Harris I.itct!n, tin." HUGH REID. Ky Stanford, FOR SAI.L ited by a lady who accused herdelf of DENTIST. J. S. Hosier Suaiard; "Tin, ii it?" said the Irishman. "Thin O A. Lackey, latecoln. slander. He bade her go to th market, kev wan yuresilf." Judge. I moving to th lliecins ntlice, Lancaster Street The fiMst I aim and richest .nil in I. inc.. la e., T P. IIiU.Kussrord. I.iNd, Nitrous Ovide lias :ni for psinless estractiD. comprl.ins so acres n d buy a chicken just killed and MU cov BEAZLEY, MISS LICCIE mile nt Sumord. Ih'; county sstut withia l STANFORD, KENTUCKY. W. 0. WeVtli, Sunfard, With Intent tn tlprpivn. id Liacoln. FrsMlrsI l,y the- Shelby Cily tSHrssIl ered with feathers aud walk a certain W.P. Tale, .Stanford She (as they entr the ballroom aacl accessible to the Stanford 4 DanvtHe IstrN distance, plucking the bird as she went. again) Now, for your own sake look I'ike. This is nne tsf thw heat SHsck Faissm in the DR. r. B. Depot Streets, Coruer Main and J Hacker. rtsrati an.1 i In a tuck slate of rsslti The woman did as she was diiected cheerful, so they won't know I have reAbuadance of water lor all ptiriasfe. John J. McKeaberl.. Cashier; Kentucky. aud returned, anxious to know tiie mean- jected you. Stauforcl, Soil is ferule and is suitable for Uh ;mvvtic f A. A aUKiuaev, A.Hst.hl Casbltr hen p, tobacco, corn and wheat The fand It so ne I wish I ootiM, but I can't. frjm the cities, where she ing of tiie injunction. so that it can he divelej anil ls C Has just returned OlSee SoiitS side Mam street, in oihce recently located arms mudc 'I he tiepravntnent ara a lare asvil houirhtan elegant tiKk of Siirin,- Goods, which Mic (generously) -- Well, ill look as "IJetrace your steps," said Philip, "and seated br Dr. L K Huifiuan, Stanford, Ky. ahp is iustlv nrrud to show She invitex all the commvdlms dwelhn;- a costsratent stock ham. unhappy as I can, and they'll think I Ac. the Iseai ( fruit of all limes, vie For laiie to sea them, whether they buy or not. No gather up one by one all the leathers Co. have accepted you. N. Y. Herald. Sj.iyr U II JON F.S, Stasifntd. aiiplv lo to sh'ivv Kid- trouWf you have scattered. " J D IONKS, iM. -m CRAIG, II V Rll.r.V, Pinesill, Dfi. Orritt Improvements. OF STAMDUIl, KV , 1 ca- -t me learners cjireles.-i- y away, B.1VGU3IAN, "We are going to accommodate our said the woman, "and the wind carried Is now fully organized and rraJy lor I isiuc with Homoopathlc Physiclnn, passengers better," said the president FIRE AND STORM them in all directions," IU KKNIUCKV. STANFORD of a street ear line to reporter. Paid up dapital of - - $200,000. "Well, my child," replied Philip, "so "Uolng to put on more cars, I supas.; to 3 p. m ; 8 to REAL a Ofliee. Hour 10 tt AGENT Surplus, . 19,000. it is with slander; like the feathers pose?" ,p m Representing . OtJu-nn l.anratter strcut,ppssiteestsirt.house. which the wind hai "iS'o; wi! are goitig to hang four more they have SUCCKSbOR to THK LINCOLN NATIOMAI. Ky, ivr HANK OK MANFORD, been waited in many directions. Call strap-- , iu each ear." .Ittry. Harttord, of Hartford, Conn., Nowclosinj up) witn the same assets and under Desirable Parm of 140 have Kite? a number f F Vlt.Ms..r.a ;t the Manchester, of Manchester, Bug. them back now, if you can. Ho sin no l lie tame management Acre s Crab Orchard vtrv best II Mukiuc mm user. I. an ils in Llntoin ..hi. t lly f are as Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, more. are all well nniiruvr.l and cnn.i ful- '- pmvitistns asits chatter, l.miitor. National These He Well, how is Mr. .Tones getting pike, giitihs from Staaford, W, H Miller. I70, proticled aie depositors in to ricu lanna, ruunii'eI. irom 30 1... too A, re Hanks, it sftareholdei. bein Co. of North America, " held Individuallv Ie3. u .1... .l..u A O II. I)r. Harcoiirl, of the Grace Metho- on since his accident? stoc V '"""r" ""tier- tneie.n tar par ol the amount ' r """''"'7 ami ran- iiaiuctasitae eatrulvalue thereof, in of llisir to the .She They say lie doesn't seem like Jidin Cistlenan .it. r .l addition Allofwmch aro tmtV.an Companies, I would dist church, Baltimore, in a .sermon last our dK,r, ihey i mou lit invested in such sharr th. hrms market, rlttht !.!. himself. It may a t,i he pleased to wait on iny friends in thi line. Pol. , ouaty ,a are chl-than the I.ail. of , icies promptly issued. Will murc against clau-e- s Sunday pioved to his own satisfaction at He Well, Hint must lo a comfort to the Mat. Ihere is.rarcel) a larm m thecoun. ...cutor. admmo.ti.tur. Ini.lew, Ac, as fully at saiadividual wind storms and liithtninj l.i,'l,tninj tv iiiti miles Irom a ilerot lea-shis wife. Hoston Ileaeon. that Adam was no gentleman, lo those who entrusted their hulsuiess to til attaehcl without additional uhirse 'I be . oiiiily is checked with turnpikes running while mussing the Lincoln National Hank ol OfTi:j at First Nati'Vial Hank, taniorc. lie tried to exenso his own sin bv inevery direcllnn llnre i. ihH a publu road en Stsnf.nl, we we heie leader our many thanks aud A .Scli'litltt'a Opinion. lerini; the count) scat that i not Ma ailauiuisl nicy in taeo hiding behind a woman. And thi.s rei.i us, nttertiigcouunue in irausaei promptbusint.s Mrs. Musiemad Doctor, why is it that e iiavu the KSMII llraiicn ol tke I. A' N It Ith a. a guarantee for P disidinK th rnuniv from al Wist and the suwe, uur nrHl years' epcrieice m minds us that that same unueutleinauly all the great pianUts have btieh long, S It It froui North to rsHilh, the K ('. R. R 'anknsgandas libaiiilnccwiiiininUtstus as are con-Ipnu this plaic to Cm ilinali, instinct of Adam has been handed down bushy hair? HUSTONVXLLE, KY . the C A O Kin ivith Miurwt suakiTkit at Winchester, giving full access lo the tsusrkeisot Prof. Savage (rcfivctively) I pre- pretty well. Hev. T. A. Delia, wlio is on OF Hesules, s tiiPuhole ucrld. have thrss. taig4 itl k ii rM Dealer in Groceries, Hardware, trial before ids church in Maryland, for sumo it is to keep off the dies while Klour Mills im the county thatijiv. u. a market J William, Ml Vernon, fur all our jjrain riehl at hoiniv and tne deveiop they are performing. Puck. Cutlery, t.i 'le and .s J. M Hall, alanfarsl: tiiiKinware, ore that the woman made incut ot the mou n am regions ol nt4 picket Harntisa-v- Confectioneries Kentucky and th BARBKKiSrUASTLEMAN let Sonth by railroad, ha.be silrouisRastern sssst. Naturally. J. S. Ovv4y, Manforcl , C11 - the first advances on her return homo Also handles M dine Plow;,. Chilled and Stetl created such a d.asaad S.J, Kmbry, Staiifivril;j "And what is the name of your PI mter, ISiu keye the same night she got religion by throw-intlur all kind of cereals and uruvi'iuler that wacan tivaior.. Do hie shovels. Corn : MASAOIiRS, J E. I.)su, Slanl.rd; (live him a trial vcarcdly retain cnousrb tor hoMcctinaunsiiliari. Slower ani Hinic-tI he people aie her arms around his neck and kitiand klasl. A. W. Carpenter, MUltst jevtlie; sirous, education. Thre "Smith." Commerce BUllding1, LOlUSVllle. Wkvmx m Chr.iiHily and ng iiiiu .limit! and again, and followed J. K.lbtHKlusvin, HusttHivillr; a iiiMiiiMriiuHi ih ine ciuaiy eui naa a "Oh, dear me! Mow d you tell him wi.i J892. it uj by going to his room that nfuht from 1872. J P. Cash, Stanford; ijend chun h and s Axttnls ttrt i. rollout the South all the rest of them?" WilMnm Osxcb, SlssalsHu, Ky Stanford, the county seat of liicolh. ta a nreM- over ins protyst?, and getting in bed with "lly his first name. It is John." pan.us little city ul about a, son inhah tnuls ud I . ILSluiiiics, Pretident. awnway Irani ine .sortn aust him. Which story would hardlv do to Life. J R. Oasley. t'a.hie iiVVijaJaJUia, i.0Cai XiaCnt, ea.t South and from the Noribu,.t to Southea.t, W. M. Ilrtclst. TUer i ami sianunii; a ii una. xaing nuni int tno oca-htKk of ft ut and Ornamsutul Troes, tell to the maiines, certainly not to ordiInuteass Dear Little Itoy AN KJltM KY ,i iv Price nary, every day Dm of the undevvbincd mountains nf beulheaatern im and I'lunl small Fruits, Shrub., church deacons. "Willie Wilkins is u generous littlo Kentucky bai k.d up by the whole lllueGnis. low. We have no J'iit, and ur profits feaie e gum ol tne Male uh railroail running ihroHSh and Strawberry soul," fiitid Tommy Tompkins' mother. vvheie tiirtirs box in General it to all uoiats ol the coinpasa, make, it naturally o anplkation to Tickets will be placed on gale at re- "He had only light attack of measles, .,,,.. Al,!.. ..., In, m.... !.,... 1.. ...q CnaL .toil . .... ... K. ...,, n it,,,.,, I.evlnctoa, Ky . If. F .' K.. h aaHHM V .1 j duced rates by tiie queen ei Crenent but he gave it to cjvory ono of my four DDJN niannfactures and other civterpri.es of magnitude A Jt OXJ Jk.JLN1 if Water Work are now being agitated aud riathl children." .1 uilge. itoute for the occasions noted below: uliuue the town .iliouti throtfourths of a n.U POSTED. that be erected Water Work with ve?y tbcie could National llnr.se Breeders' Association, A Natural Ouery. little ojat thai would supply city of isti.ooo ItiM tsetico forewarns hunters, fiafeitriiien .mil Louisville, Apiil " with the purest and bt-- t water in the JESSE "Man,"s;ild the actor, "becomes what on our lands without iur others list ti lrespa world Oar lttil . ily h been nealy rebuilt in Meeting of the Ke,ntnc,ky Fish and he eats." mission, as all tt..li vvill list ptxnecutect to the fulllie la.t leu ea':iliil it hiisine.t lionets, aril Signed' est eicWrnt of the law. will compare uh larger lino o greater variety uf (.tame Club, Frankfort, April ll). "You diet on hum. tlicnV" asked Fabe, Keeps the hi il.e .rtfest C. M.SPOONAMOOUK Our merchant, ami trndtNsseii are pretension i ' J K. ItRUCI We huv twe all protueious and dolus; well Women's Keluif Corps of tho G. A. II. tljo critic. Ilrooklj-- Mfe. " IIOMAS C. HALL Fancy Goods, Fruits, banks uith capital "IkIi ol tioo.iH.o that are ' of Kentucky, Covington, April ni'il in Too lla.l. Candies Nuts, Cigars pruspemus snledida iodriiditinn. ban- a enuli A. M. j schools. We We have Annual Meeting of Association of MiliV ('.AIMS. It "rreddy," asked his teacher, "what t,niieee, a large nricK uuiniine. vvitn imi pu A.. J I nHar n m tt e i! i. i.mi;si;ivis. tary .Surgeons of National Guanls of the does leap-yea-r incu ami under the priu ipaUiup mean?" ' I. s PHILLIPS, Ipilsui J iluint Hubbard, i in n llourishing Aondi-ol- i M ,,... u a iro,,il "One extra day.of rchooJ." answered Pnited States, at St. Louis. Mo.,' ipril ANTON RON CKKR tiou. .i' e also have a i ..i...... CLARK KR NOLI)' Freddy sadly.- - Harper's Young Peochonl, with Prof II t. Il'akemauatils head We' s Ihaveone of the bost Public School builJni: IR ple. 'I hat lie .live ke.ps the cheapest stoi k nt Grand Arch Council of the Phi Kappa Mill section of the Slate, with over iou puptl. .n llavini' remove, my Harber Snop to the Con attendance, ami with other trood private liotris, insrcial ilotol, I am 1ULEY HOUSE. J'si Fraternity, at Ctncinuati, O., April A SiKVesiful (illmi. you eu our school facilities arc est client We have e Irs nut chun h I, mining. leiirescnlini; Forty years ugo a man came to MilP. B. HILEY, proprietor, every denomination, with a full corps m ministers Prepared to Accommodate Ladies waukee without friends or brains. He ol ha lass talent ana are uoiug a belter buslneav as well as Gentlemen, Yi'getabb s, isr and that be rx li.iujnj all kinds At Weem'a Junction, Ala., a Geor- now has a few friondh. Peck's Sun. any cl.i uf men m the city. London, - - - Kentucky. n( jtoixlsfor Kai on, lird, llntier. Kegs. Potatoes, than have tried to make thi l ittmrtit a facta, Id anything they may wish gia Pacific passenger train from binning-Juetc , for vviilch he pays tha in my line, Chil- without anv exoneration or coloring, a those am bettet A rmvnrli Jlsi!alnel. also waited uti. Call mi me. Ihave fvored to ray new Hotellandthe p.iblict will he.tr ne out, and thnvu whu wt.h to Atlanta, was hoanied by masked ever to accominodatu prepared than "They say love is blind." to buy. pleasant home at lair prices and locale Hlghost Market Good Lircryattacliotl and every convenience men and a eack of regisleied mail stolen, .imong'a cood people vith all tins best virround-iri- s "Tltat'a tho reason it goes begyinf; so Goods delivered anvwhere in the city and THOMPSON, Gvvmo.ca... duwould do wtll to i til and ce me before pir with about $0,000 in it. much, 1 fancy.'' Life ly trip 'mails to Ronlind Ii sing elsewhere In Commercial Ayer's Sa rsapariila suro persistent this medicine romance iu real life has ju- -t reported to the Kastern papers A jfERS rsAsrTrw, I . - les UvcrylStablc, WILLI .s. Has Cured Others i(.rrcrz ! ss dc-- . , , v ARTIST, photo-graph- THE (50FFEY HOUSE JOSEPH b- . - Pro'r. FIRST r- -f n 9-- iy S200.000 . Original Jellico Coal. - 1 - 1 1 as Hl mw.,m --- 7r 1.1 t FOR SALE. I.I gotere-mtn- 1 - ie rl I'-i- l 4 111 tivtv-vlu- p Hasvi-ithhim- a FOR fflRt PRICE, n 1 I Sixty-fiv- stock: faum lllue-l.rattssa-teIHue-Or- Milliner and Dress Maker ----- PENNY, Oeullst. (!,' I - lalar-matk- Farmers Bank& Trust J. II. JOHN 1 INSURANCE AGENT, 11 .... 1 i- II. T. SII, ESTATE Stanford, -s 111 ' rUl 'lMrl I I , s .l.-l- i. a a . s - i - lortu-dae- t e ROYAL LIVERPOOL. I r , c W. C. GREEXT.I2TC, Insurance Company, attea-tttv- n I C Cro-sil- 1 i.:as-ar- e, I South-easter- n neai-rou- s hool-hous- e. Orchard, Lawn, Garden. Cata-lozu- 1 WA tni-nrt- J Si i IIII.LF-NMKYK- 11 a T c-- t m m b J - ..- - . f.i- s. rx n a. I. WEAKEN I .1 . vv I n I I i l'J-L'- I FKl-AN- or - I I sfr:v ws tpmi. -I Jl. sttOKTT FOKG3ST v -- ' -- THE 'JO-J- J. Staple Groceries, And Provisions, , ' i . I I Prices. 111 who-kno- JESSE Hotel. " , t i rsAZi